The resumption of import of these goods will lead to a partial revival of bilateral trade relations, which were suspended on 5 August, 2019, following India's decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir
Amarinder Singh hopes Pakistan's move to downgrade diplomatic ties with India won't impact progress made towards Kartarpur Corridor
Reacting to reports of Pakistan's decision to expel the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad and to review bilateral agreements with New Delhi, the chief minister described Islamabad's reaction as 'knee-jerk and uncalled for'.
Pakistan appoints new envoy to India: Whether Islamabad's approach to New Delhi changes remains to be seen
The possibility of a new Indian government or a fresh version of the old one coming back to power has ostensibly resulted in Pakistan sitting up straight. The country has now appointed a new High Commissioner to India and is attempting to appoint an NSA.
IAF pilot to be released at Wagah-Attari border: All you need to know about the historical line between the two villages
As Wing Commander Abhinandan looks increasingly likely to return, the focus of the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan has shifted to the reported venue where the handover of the prisoner will take place, the historical Wagah-Attari border.
Imran Khan calls meeting of top decision-making body, NCA, on nuclear issues in wake of IAF air strike in Pakistan
The Pakistan government has also called a joint session of Parliament on Wednesday in to discuss the tension with India and formulate a national response.
Congress questions 'ridiculous' security lapses that led to Pulwama attack, asks Narendra Modi to 'walk the talk'
The Congress on Tuesday attacked the government over the Pulwama terror strike, alleging huge security lapses and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to walk the talk after having avoided directly attacking the government.
A BSF officer was grievously injured and then succumbed to his injuries in sniper fire from across the international border by Pakistan in the Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
Kartarpur corridor ceremony: Pakistan welcomes India's move to send two ministers for the inaugration of groundbreaking stretch
Pakistan on Sunday welcomed India's decision to send its two Union ministers to attend the groundbreaking ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor next week, terming it a "positive response".
Kulbhushan Jadhav verdict: Defiant Sartaj Aziz says ICJ ruling cannot override Pakistan's domestic law
Pakistan's foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday that the ICJ ruling cannot override the domestic law.
About 15 packets of narcotic, suspected to be heroin, has been seized from the smugglers besides some arms and ammunition.
ICC World T20: Pakistan is a dangerous team, Australia won't under-estimate their batting, says Peter Nevill
Pakistan may be down and out but Australia's wicketkeeper Peter Nevill today said they are a "dangerous team" and his side cannot afford to be complacent against them in their World T20 game in Mohali on Friday.
The resolution of the Sir Creek dispute between India and Pakistan is held up as a result of political, rather than legal reasons, said an article in Pakistan's Dawn newspaper.
Sixty one India fishermen on board 11 boats were arrested by the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency, a media report said on Friday.
In yet another ceasefire violation along the Line of Control, the eleventh in past five days, a civilian in Poonch was injured in an explosion of mortar shell fired by Pakistani troops, who targeted several Indian forward posts and civilian areas.
Pakistani troops again violated the ceasefire and fired at Indian posts on the Jammu and Kashmir border, an army spokesman said Thursday.
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.
Addressing a press conference, Khurshid said, "It should not be taken that brazen denial by Pakistan will be ignored or that it would be business as usual."
Coming out in support of Shiv Sena's protest against Pakistani players in the upcoming Hockey India League, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said the beheading of a soldier by Pakistani troops was an insult.
Interior Minister Rehman Malik said he would reiterate government's invitation to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to visit Pakistan during his trip to India.