Pakistan government today challenged in the Islamabad High Court the rejection of the 2008 Mumbai attack case prosecution's plea by the trial court to form a commission to examine the boat used by LeT terrorists to reach the Indian coast.
How does gospel of Headley change the fact that reports based on investigations by government agencies concluded that Ishrat Jahan was killed in cold blood?
The collapse of the NSA talks raises some important questions and prime among them is whether the talk about the talks is always a facade.
In a turnaround, Pakistan on Monday asked for "more evidence and information" from India on the Mumbai attack case and asserted that talks cannot take place without Kashmir being on the agenda, barely three days after the two countries agreed to re-engage.
Narendra Modi will hold a bilateral meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on Friday - in a much anticipated meeting that could likely set off an improvement in bilateral ties.
When Prime Minister had a 90-minute bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ufa, Russia, on Wednesday it was their fifth meeting since last year. By now PM Modi must have got a fair idea of the kind of China Wall he is up against and what his predecessor Manmohan Singh had experienced from 2004 14 when China had upped its ante diplomatically and militarily.
India has sought the United Nations’ intervention over the issue of LeT commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi’s release from jail.
A UNSC committee has assured India that it will take up the issue of Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi at its next meeting, after India expressed concern that the LeT commander's release from a Pakistani jail violates the provisions of the global body.
Pak's Punjab govt challenges LHC decision to release Lakhvi, says the release has created problems for it.
LeT operations commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, the 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind, on Friday walked free from a Pakistani jail after spending nearly six years in detention.
LeT operations commander and 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi on Wednesday filed a contempt of court plea against the Punjab government in the High Court in Islamabad, challenging his detention under a security act despite the court's ruling to free him.
Pakistan on Monday termed as "irrational" India's strong reaction to a court's ruling ordering release of 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, but hoped that the issue will not affect the proposed bilateral talks.
26/11 mastermind Zaki-Ur Rehman Lakhvi will now stay in custody, even though the Islamabad High Court declared his detention order void and ordered his immediate release.
The timing of the Pakistan act has been provocative, as always. It is an attempt at cocking a snook at India and an attempt to internationalise India-Pakistan bilateral dispute.
In a tit-for-tat action, Pakistan on Friday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad, hours after India called in the Pakistani envoy in New Delhi to lodge a strong protest over a court order to release LeT terrorist and Mumbai attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.
A Pakistani court today adjourned the hearing on the plea of Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind.
Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, the 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind, on Monday challenged his detention under a public security act in the Islamabad High Court, saying that the government has detained him on "illegal grounds".
In a stern message to Pakistan, US President Barack Obama has said the safe havens of terrorism within that country “not acceptable” and that those behind the Mumbai attack must face justice.
LeT operations commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind, was on Tuesday summoned by a Pakistani court to appear before it in the next hearing on the government's appeal against his bail in the 26/11 case.