Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kartarpur corridor on Indian side today; SC to hear plea against Delhi govt's odd-even scheme; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Narendra Modi to inaugurate much-awaited Kartarpur corridor on Indian side today; IMA calls for 24-hour shutdown in Karnataka to extend support to striking doctors in Bengaluru; and more
Pakistan’s Khalistani agenda over Kartarpur corridor is clear; India has sleepwalked into a national security nightmare
Addressing the religious sentiments of Sikhs over a sensitive issue such as Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara is understandable, what isn’t is the unseemly haste with which India acted on this project that has crucial geopolitical and security ramifications
Indian Sikh pilgrims visiting Kartarpur Sahib need passport, says Pakistan Army: defies Imran Khan's 'just a valid ID' remark
Snubbing Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's assurances earlier this month that Indian Sikh pilgrims coming to Kartarpur will not need a passport, "just a valid ID", the Pakistan Army has ordered that Indian Sikh pilgrims visiting the Kartarpur Sahib will need a passport to use the Kartarpur Corridor.
Pakistan blacklists, expels Asia coordinator of Committee to Protect Journalists; group's executive director calls move 'baffling'
Pakistan blacklisted and expelled the Asia coordinator of global press freedom group the Committee to Protect Journalists, the group's executive director said Friday.
BJP MLA Thakur Raja Singh Lodh allegedly copies Pakistan ISPR anthem, changes words to dedicate to Indian armed forces
Two days after the video posted, Pakistan Army Major General Asif Ghafoor and the director general of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), claimed that the original version is the official song of the ISPR and that Lodh had ended up copying it.
Pakistan govt, army must get their stories straight to prove they are serious about acting against terrorist groups
The first and foremost step Pakistan — and we mean both the army and government — must take is acknowledge together the presence of terrorist groups in the country and not feign innocence when the world blames it for the attacks in Kashmir.
Twitter users share military aircraft details online putting at risk national security, pilots' safety, says report
With open source flight tracking websites, bloggers and aviation enthusiasts putting out live movement of IAF aircraft in social media, national security stands threatened
Pakistan must stop making provocative statements against India; misinterpretation of signals could escalate situation
It's time for Pakistan to stop the bluster and inject some sober reality into statements against India; this is about war and loss of lives, and somewhere, someone may blunder
'They keep lying': India dismisses Pakistan's claim of shooting down its army quadcopter in Bagh sector along LoC
The Indian Army has dismissed the claims of the Pakistan Army that it had shot down an Indian quadcopter in the Bagh sector along the Line of Control. "They keep lying on these issues. No such incident has taken place," Army sources said in Delhi.
The appointment of Lieutenant General Asim Munir as the new ISI chief is of relevance to India as Pakistan's spy agency is believed to run intelligence operations in the country.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party has accused Imran Khan of reaching the Prime Minister House through the support of the powerful security establishment
Why Pakistan should not celebrate Defence Day: The story of a journalist in exile who took on the military
The first step towards normalisation of India-Pakistan relations may be knowing the truth behind days like Defence Day
'Campaign of fear' drives Pakistan's journalists to self-censorship as pressure mounts ahead of General Election
With the Pakistan General Elections just a month away, journalists in Pakistan claim a "campaign of fear" is being run "against anyone criticising the establishment" especially the military
Pakistan army general says there is no space for war with India, insists that willingness to negotiate peace to not be taken for weakness
Pakistan's Major General Asif Ghafoor said that there is no space for war with India. He said that their willingness to talk peace was not to be taken for weakness.
As India ups ante against Pakistan along LoC, fears of retaliation forces Kashmiris near border towns towards nomadic existence
The escalation has prompted fears of retaliation from the Pakistani Army, which has often proved deadly for the civilian population living along the LoC.
Indian Army commandos cross Line of Control, kill three Pakistani soldiers in retaliation to Saturday's Rajouri attack
Indian Army commandos crossed the LoC on Monday evening and killed three Pakistani soldiers, two days after four Indian Army men, including a Major, were shot dead in an ambush in Jammu and Kashmir
Indian Army jawans on Monday crossed the Line of Control (LoC) and killed three Pakistan Army soldiers.
Three Pakistani soldiers were killed on Monday and one was injured in cross-border shelling by Indian security forces along the Line of Control
Nawaz Sharif’s dismissal strengthens Pakistan Army’s control over country's polity, economy and society
While the Nawaz Sharif government got embroiled in one political and corruption controversy after another, the Pakistan Army steadfastly strengthened its grip over the country's polity, economy and society
Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is "analysing" the evidence against Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death by a military court