US president Donald Trump referred to the possibility of a strong response from India in the wake of the terrorist attack.
No, India is not planning to cut-off water supply to Pakistan; Nitin Gadkari is only claiming 'our share of water' as per IWT
Against an already vibrant backdrop of the outrage against the Pulwama attack, Union minister of water resources Nitin Gadkari on Thursday added the declaration that water of three eastern rivers flowing into Pakistan will be diverted to the Yamuna river, causing concern as to whether the historic Indus Waters Treaty would be broken.
The official website of Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs was reportedly hacked on Saturday. The foreign ministry spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said complaints were received about the site being inaccessible by users from several countries.
Following the Pulwama terror attack, India on Saturday raised the customs duty to 200 per cent on all goods imported from Pakistan.
Pulwama terror attack aftermath: India revoking MFN status for Pakistan won't mean much to Islamabad
Volume of bilateral trade between Pakistan and India was recorded at $2.03 billion in 2016-17.
Pulwama terror attack: Withdrawal of MFN status to hit Pakistan economy, says NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar
India's decision to withdraw the 'most favoured nation' (MFN) status to Pakistan will adversely impact the neighbouring country's economy which is already in "deep trouble", NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar said on Friday
Pulwama terror attack: India revokes most-favoured nation status to Pakistan, customs duty on imports from Pak may go up
Following the Pulwama terror attack, India Friday withdrew the 'most-favoured nation' status to Pakistan, a move which would enable India to increase customs duty on goods coming from the neighbouring country
India on Thursday said it will review the Most Favoured Nation status granted to Pakistan by it based on the security and trade interests, asserting that terror cannot be the commodity exported.
Dear Pakistan-based, Pakistan-trained, India-bound terrorist apprentice, I trust things aren’t really going well at your end...
The NDA government has upped the ante on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s declared intention to isolate Pakistan by examining the Indus Waters Treaty and boycotting the Saarc Summit due to be held in Pakistan in November.
The entire rigmarole of retaliation the Modi government has gone through since Uri creates the impression that cross-border terrorism is a new challenge for India
Going by the several rounds of meetings that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding with designated group of officers, it appears as though he is working on a multipronged strategic option to hurt Pakistan
Pakistan would grant India the status of Non-Discriminatory Market Access (NDMA) to facilitate enhanced bilateral trade, Commerce Minister Khurram Dastigir Khan has said.
Trade related issues such as grant of NDMA to Indian products are expected to figure in the bilateral meeting of Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif.
India has agreed to provide a level playing field to Pakistani traders and will give tariff concession on various products
The bilateral trade between the countries stood at USD 2.60 billion in 2012-13.<br /><br />
The government today said Pakistan has not adhered to the deadline for according the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India
US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Robert Blake caught everyone’s attention this week by saying that Pakistan's new prime minister Nawaz Sharif, is committed to granting MFN trading status to India.
All in all, Pakistan's new Prime Minister seems to have very little to offer in terms of concrete solutions based on even a rudimentary cerebral exercise