Formation of J&K and Ladakh UTs 'unlawful and void', says China; India slams Beijing, says bifurcation of state internal affair, stay out of it
India on Thursday hit back at China over its objection to the bifurcation of J&K into two Union Territories, saying the reorganisation is entirely its internal affair and it does not expect other countries to comment on such matters
Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Congress MLAs to meet ahead of upcoming Assembly session; yellow alert issued in Odisha; day's top stories and more
Here are today's top stories: Congress to hold meet in Bengaluru today to strategise on upcoming legislative session in Karnataka; IMD predicts moderate to heavy rain in nineteen districts of Odisha today, issues yellow warning; and more
Shadow of Pakistan looms large over this week's 'informal summit' between Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping
Pakistan has been the most convenient tool in the hands of the Communist rulers of China to create myriad security challenges for India
US, Taliban close in on Afghan peace deal: New Delhi must build on goodwill, increase involvement to protect interests
An increased role has to base itself on this goodwill that Delhi has not only in Kabul, but within some sections of the Taliban.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Saturday that China fully supports Pakistan in approaching the UN Security Council after India revoked Article 370
Pakistan not considering military actions, looking at political and legal options on Kashmir, says Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said he will soon travel to China to inform Beijing about the situation after India downgraded the special status of Kashmir
Taliban's cancellation of talks and potential US pullout from Afghanistan could leave Pakistan in precarious position
In what seemed like yet another hurdle in the Afghanistan negotiations, the Taliban was reported to have called off talks with the US, citing differences in the agenda among other things
Narendra Modi-Mike Pence meeting in Singapore ticked all the right boxes, but will Donald Trump play spoiler?
Narendra Modi would like to know how much money Trump actually puts on the table for infrastructure development in the Indo-Pacific region, particularly in the Maldives and Sri Lanka where Chinese 'debt-trap' diplomacy has been pushing these countries in Beijing's coercive arms.
Saudi Arabia may not be part of CPEC, but Pakistan set to use Kingdom to offset growing Chinese debt
Beijing continued to believe that Islamabad would remain loyal to China for the CPEC windfall without hesitation. This has become unsustainable now.
Imran Khan to be sworn-in as PM today: Several problems lie in wait for ex-cricketer's 'Naya Pakistan'
Without getting a simple majority, Imran Khan will have to depend on his seven partners to push through his policies
Islamabad's relationship with China and US not the same, says Washington, terms Beijing's investments in Pakistan essential
The US has appeared unperturbed that its suspension of security aid to Pakistan would bring Islamabad closer to China and insisted that the two relationships are different
China proposes 4-point initiative to improve ties with India, offers to mediate in dispute with Pakistan
On the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Luo said China has no intention to get involved in the sovereignty and territorial disputes between India and Pakistan.
There is a lot of frustration in India on the growing proximity between China and Pakistan
On 13 November, the under-development China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) became operational in the sense that the first convoy of trucks laden with Chinese goods traversing the CPEC’s 3,000-kilometre journey from Kashgar in China arrived at Gwadar
Pakistan's 195 million people should be praying that a recent Dawn report that spoke of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif issuing an ultimatum to the powerful military to stop shielding terror elements, is true to every word
Haven’t you noticed that, besides being a terror exporter, Pakistan has no recognisable structure, either that of a classic democracy or typical authoritarianism?
India’s worst nightmare situation of a military gang-up between Pakistan and China, the only two foreign countries which have fought wars with independent India, is threatening to come true.