US Congressman Ami Bera says India must not lose secular democracy, expresses concern over Kashmir, anti-CAA protests
India has witnessed massive protests against the citizenship amendment law which seeks to grant citizenship to non-Muslims who came to India from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh facing religious persecution.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi asserts Kashmir to remain 'cornerstone' of Pakistan's foreign policy, says dispute over Valley must end for stability in South Asia
It has categorically told the international community that its move to scrap Kashmir's special status Article 370 was an internal matter and has also advised Pakistan to accept the reality.
To do a textual reading of Donald Trump’s comments on Kashmir during his meeting with Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is to credit his words with meanings he may not have himself intended to
Britain's Labour Party's U-turn over Kashmir issue reveals growing clout of Indian diaspora that supports Narendra Modi's policies
The Chair of the Labour Party, Ian Lavery, issued a letter on Monday acknowledging the 'sensitivities' that exist over the situation in Kashmir.
'Biggest diplomatic blunder' say critics of Centre's invitation to EU MPs; India's stand that Kashmir is internal matter could be compromised
Two major debates have emerged from the Centre's decision to invite a delegation of European Union parliamentarians to Jammu and Kashmir, with the purpose of having them assess the situation on-ground after the abrogation of Article 370, which provided the restive region with a certain degree of autonomy.
'No point talking to India', says Imran Khan after US, China, France, Sweden ask Pakistan to hold bilateral talks over Kashmir
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said his country is no longer interested in a dialogue with India
Pakistan to take Kashmir dispute to International Court of Justice after abrogation of Article 370 in Valley
Pakistan said on Tuesday it would take its dispute with India over Kashmir to the International Court of Justice over revoking of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir
'Restive Kashmir not in your interest' Omar Abdullah tells Centre as uncertainty prevails; Kashmiris stockpile food as NIT students, pilgrims leave Valley
With locals apprehensive of a major crackdown, or a conflict situation resulting from any unpopular announcement the central government may be planning to make, the residents have been stocking supplies of essential commodities like rice, flour and other eatables.
Congress' remark on Kashmir 'mediation' uncalled for; attempt to pit Modi against Trump will only fuel nationalistic fervour
Congress and its friends should realise that the nation is willing to believe the strong rebuttal issued by the foreign ministry on Donal Trump's Kashmir mediation remark and that Opposition's aggressiion will only end up helping Modi in further generating nationalistic fervour
India should react calmly to Donald Trump’s 'mediation' in Kashmir; bilateral ties more important than POTUS’ rants
The India-US ties will survive Donald Trump’s idiotic statement on Kashmir. It is a symbiotic relationship where both nations have much to gain from each other. Let not a “genius” in the White House derail that trajectory.
S Jaishankar confirms India didn't ask Donald Trump to mediate over Kashmir amid Opposition uproar in RS
S Jaishankar on Tuesday categorically stated that prime minister Narendra Modi has not made any request to the US president Donald Trump to help 'mediate' between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue
'Why is Narendra Modi mum over Donald Trump's 'mediation' claim in Kashmir?' Congress, CPM, NC slam US president, ask MEA for clarification
The Congress on Tuesday asked why Prime Minister Narendra Modi is 'mum' over US President Donald Trump's claim that the Indian leader asked him to mediate on the Kashmir issue.
Sonia Gandhi issues statement condemning Modi govt for passing RTI (Amendment) Bill, says, Centre 'hell-bent on subverting law'
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said in a statement that the Centre is determined to subvert the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005. Her reaction came after the Lok Sabha passed RTI (Amendment) Bill, 2019 on Monday. The bill proposed to give the Centre the power to set the tenure and salaries of state and central Information Commissioners.
Imran Khan rules out chances of bilateral resolution of Kashmir dispute; claim follows Donald Trump's 'mediation' remark
Buoyed by Trump's offer of mediation on Kashmir, Imran Khan on Tuesday said that the contentious issue between India and Pakistan can never be resolved bilaterally
Donald Trump's clumsy 'mediation' claim over Kashmir gives Pakistan chance to link progress in Afghanistan and dialogue with India
There is no doubt at all that the question on Kashmir was planted among the Pakistani media present at the time, and that POTUS rose to it like a fish at a bait. But here's the thing. Nothing has really changed. First, the whole backpedalling exercise has already begun
Congressman Brad Sherman calls Donald Trump's Kashmir mediation claim 'delusional', apologises to Indian envoy
Calling the US President's remarks on Kashmir issue "amateurish" and "delusional", Sherman said that anybody who understand South Asian foreign policy would know that such a request was not only impossible to come from India, but also that Trump's comments were embarrassing for the United States
'Modi will never suggest mediation between India-Pakistan': Democrat Brad Sherman slams Donald Trump for 'amateurish, delusional' remark
Democrat Brad Sherman slammed Trump for his "amateurish and delusional" statement. Taking to Twitter, Sherman said, "Everyone who knows anything about foreign policy in South Asia knows that #India consistently opposes third-party mediation re #Kashmir. Everyone knows PM Modi would never suggest such a thing. Trump’s statement is amateurish and delusional. And embarrassing."
Donald Trump offers to mediate Kashmir issue during meeting with Imran Khan, claims Modi requested intervention; India denies claim
US President Donald Trump on Monday offered to be the "mediator" between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue as he met Prime Minister Imran Khan at the White House where the two leaders discussed a host of issues, including the Afghan peace process.
Farooq Abdullah says this Lok Sabha election will decide whether Jammu and Kashmir will remain 'part of India with dignity'
Farooq Abdullah accused Modi of 'flaring up' tension with Pakistan to 'hide his misrule', and sought an inquiry into the Pulwama attack.
Lok Sabha election in Jammu and Kashmir all about Hindu versus Muslim vote, retention of article 370, 35A
In the Lok Sabha election, the BJP is contesting against the 'alliance' of the National Conference, Congress and PDP in Hindu-majority Jammu, while the three are locked in a contest in Muslim-majority Kashmir.