Pakistan appoints Munir Akram in place of Maleeha Lodhi as Permanent Representative to the United Nations
In a major reshuffle of diplomats, Pakistan removed Maleeha Lodhi and appointed Munir Akram as the country's permanent representative to the United Nations.
Imran Khan, Pakistani delegation return to New York after jet given by Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed Bin Salman develops fault
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his delegation were forced to return to New York on Friday after the special jet given to him by the Saudi government developed a technical fault
Pakistan's permanent representative to UN Maleeha Lodhi goofs up in tweet, calls UK's PM Boris Johnson 'foreign minister'
In a major goof-up, Pakistan's permanent representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi called British prime minister Boris Johnson 'Foreign Minister' on Twitter.
UN chief concerned about escalating tensions over Kashmir issue, wants India, Pakistan to resolve issue through dialogue
The comments of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres came as India and Pakistan clashed at the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva over the Kashmir issue
After UNSC meet on J&K, China says members concerned about human rights situation; India slams Pakistan's 'alarmist' approach
Both India and Pakistan were not among the attendees at the informal UNSC meeting, which was meant only for the five permanent members and 10 non-permanent members.
Pakistan's Maleeha Lodhi says UNSC closed-door meeting nullifies India's claim of Jammu and Kashmir being internal matter
During a closed door meeting of the United Nations Security Council in New York on Friday, Pakistan's envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir may be locked up, with their voices not being 'heard in their own land'
India slammed Pakistan for raising Kashmir issue at a UN General Assembly session, saying it has become Islamabad's habit to misuse any forum for petty political gains.
Roots in Kashmir has written a letter to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres regarding "issuance of fake stamps by Pakistan".
Pakistan should not indulge in 'polemics', must work to eradicate terror and violence from South Asia: India at UNSC
India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador, Syed Akbaruddin, said about the Jammu and Kashmir dispute that Pakistan is "regurgitating a failed approach, which has long been rejected, is neither reflective of pacific intent nor a display of pacific content."
UN report on Kashmir 'not even fit for consideration by the Human Rights Council members', retorts India
Reacting angrily to Pakistan's reference to a UN report on Kashmir at the Security Council, India has said the "so called" report reflects "clear bias" and was not even found fit to be considered by the members of the human rights body where it was submitted.
Pakistan has said that the UN Security Council must end "selectivity" in implementing its resolutions, especially long-standing 'disputes'.
Pakistan raises Kulbhushan Jadhav's case at UNSC, asks India to look at its own record of 'subversion'
Pakistan raked up the issue of Indian death-row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav in the UN Security Council after it was accused by India, the US and Afghanistan, for providing safe havens to terrorists.
There are no terrorist safe havens in Pakistan, a senior diplomat told the UN Security Council during a discussion on the security situation in Afghanistan.
Pakistan links Kashmir issue to Palestinian crisis at UNSC, says Kashmiris suffer 'horrific' human rights violations
Pakistan has raked up the Kashmir issue again at the UN Security Council, linking it to the Palestinian crisis
Pakistan has again tried to sneak the Kashmir issue into a UNGA debate with no relevance to the topic, but India refused to be drawn into a "distraction".
Maleeha Lodhi's UNGA Gaza war victim photo gaffe: Pakistan dodges question, blames Indian Army over use of pellet guns in Kashmir
Pakistan on Thursday dodged a question on the recent photograph gaffe by its top diplomat in the UN General Assembly
General Assembly president Miroslav Lajcak has said that he will "certainly think" about how to deal with erroneous use of pictures.
Sushma Swaraj at UNGA: External Affairs Minister should have diminished Pakistan on global stage by ignoring it
And while we are accustomed to seeing the best in whatever External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj says and does — often deservedly — this time the plaudits being given to her are not commensurate with the lack of vision on display. Swaraj missed a golden opportunity to bolster India's standing by focussing so much on Pakistan.
At UN, Pakistan's Maleeha Lodhi shows Gaza war victim's photo as face of Indian atrocities; draws flak
Pakistan received flak on Sunday after its UN envoy Maleeha Lodhi showed a 2014 Gaza war victim's photograph as a "pellet gun injured women from Kashmir" at the UNGA
Pakistan terms India 'mother of terrorism' at UNGA, exhorts international community to halt New Delhi's aggressive acts
Pakistan on Sunday accused India of adopting a posture of that of a "predator" and said if the international community wishes to avoid a dangerous escalation between the two neighbours, it must call on New Delhi to halt its provocations and aggressive actions.