Kartarpur corridor: India says it has asked Pakistan to reconsider decision to levy $20 service charge on pilgrims
Addressing media in New Delhi, External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that India had gone to hold talks with an "open mind" to resolve all issues.
Sam Pitroda's 'can't blame Pakistan for everything' remark a new headache for Congress ahead of Lok Sabha election
Pitroda, who is part of the Congress’ manifesto committee for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and is considered a senior ideologue of the party, sought a dialogue with Pakistan as he said that the neighbouring country can't be blamed for every attack carried out by terrorists in India
Pakistan has 22 active terrorist training camps including nine JeM bases, says senior Indian official
Pakistan is a "global epicentre of terrorism and it needs to take verifiable and credible steps against terrorist organisations and terrorists", said the official on condition of anonymity.
Rajnath Singh says temples and cows not electoral stunt for BJP but 'integral part of cultural life'
Addressing a press conference in Alwar district's Bansur, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that temples and cows were not an elections stunt for the BJP. Meanwhile, he said that Congress leaders start offering prayers at temples when elections approach
Begum Jaan, which is the story of a brothel owner, will not release in Pakistan.
India has reportedly decided to expel three journalists from China working with Xinhua news agency following “concerns” flagged by intelligence agencies.
In their first match of the 2015 World Cup, India beat Pakistan by 76 runs at the Adelaide Oval -- a scoreline that belies the even easier nature of the win.