For the 22nd day in succession, the Pakistan Army today violated the ceasefire on the LoC by resorting to unprovoked firing in Poonch district, prompting Indian forces to retaliate strongly.
India has asked Pakistan to return all personal belongings of Sarabjit Singh, who was killed in a Lahore jail a few months ago
Undeterred by continuous mortar shell blasts and rattle of heavy machine guns aiming their posts, Indian jawans brave bad weather and inhospitable terrain to keep a 'hawk's eye' on the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector
The Pakistan government is expected to release 365 Indian fishermen from its custody on August 24, a Gujarat government source said.
Amid escalating tensions along the border, the BSF today said it had foiled an attempt by a Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) to attack a forward post along the Line of Control
As clashes continued along the LoC, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said he was looking forward to meeting his Indian counterpart in New York to turn a "fresh page" in bilateral relations
A message beamed by a Pakistani news channel featuring Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif calling for a "new beginning" in ties with India has turned out to be remarks made before the general election in May
India today gave a clear indication that killing of its five soldiers on LoC by Pakistan Army will delay the Indo-Pak Secretary-level talks, asserting that dialogue can only proceed in an environment free of violence and terror
Amid heightened tension on border, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire twice today targeting Indian forward posts along the International Border in Poonch and Samba districts of Jammu and Kashmir
Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh has pulled up the commanders of formations deployed in Poonch sector of Line of Control in the wake of two major raids by the Pakistan Army special troops in Indian territory in the last eight months
The Obama Administration is not seeking to broker talks between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, a top American official has said
External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said India will have to take a "calibrated" approach towards Pakistan and work to ensure that its mindset vis-a-vis this country changes for the better.
A chain of recent events has soured ties between India and Pakistan forcing India to put on hold the tourist group visa pact. India also took a strong stand against Pakistan Parliament's resolution on Afzal Guru's hanging. Here are recent incidents that soured Indo-Pak ties.
Trying to fish in troubled waters, Pakistan's parliament today passed a resolution condemning the hanging of Afzal Guru and demanded the return of his body to his family.
"The group tourist visa facility under the liberalised visa regime agreed by India and Pakistan will not be implemented from March 15," a home ministry official said.
Trying to fish in troubled waters, Pakistan's National Assembly today passed a resolution condemning the hanging of Parliament attack convict Guru and demanded the return of his body to his family.
Reacting to Indian Home Secretary RK Singh's comments, Pakistan's Foreign Office said it "strongly rejects" the remarks.
Khurshid maintained that the visit of the Pakistani Prime Minister was "not an official" trip and it was a courtesy extended by the Indian government when Ashraf desired to visit the Sufi shrine in Ajmer along with his family.
Pakistan has always been the ideal client state for big powers because it is permanently antagonistic to India. It is a country in denial of its own history.