Islamabad has turned deaf to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's cries for freedom, says Gilgit-Baltistan activist
Pakistan has turned deaf to residents of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit Baltistan, who have been calling for freedom against the illegal occupation of the cash-strapped country and its military establishment
‘Occupier’ Pakistan’s support to Kashmiris is synthetic, superficial, says Gilgit-Baltistan activist Senge H Sering
Calling Pakistan a hypocrite, a Gilgit-Baltistan activist on Thursday said that Islamabad is an 'occupier' whose support to people of Kashmir is 'synthetic and superficial' as they have been committing atrocities in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) from last 70 years
Any talks with Pakistan in terror-free atmosphere will be on PoK, says Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad
The BJP government has demonstrated 'boldness and decisiveness' in the first 100 days of its second term and if talks are held with Pakistan in a terror-free atmosphere, it will be on Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said
Days after ‘Kashmir Solidarity Hour’ turned to be damp squib, Imran Khan announces ‘big jalsa’ in Muzaffarabad this Friday
After his so-called 'Solidarity Hour' for Kashmiris turned out to be a damp squib, Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan on Wednesday announced that he will organise a "big jalsa" in Muzaffarabad, the capital of PoK
Pakistan committing genocide in Balochistan yet approaching international community over Kashmir, says Baloch leader Mehran Marri
As Pakistan continues to cry foul over Kashmir, Baloch leader Mehran Marri has exposed its hypocritical nature, saying Islamabad is committing "genocide and human rights violation" in Balochistan and yet they go to the international community with a "facade of caring about human rights in Kashmir"
'Forget Srinagar, save Muzaffarabad': Bilawal Bhutto Zardari lashes out at Imran Khan over Kashmir, says Modi has snatched Valley from Pakistan
Pakistan Peoples' Party leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan over his alleged failure in the Kashmir issue
Amid bilateral tensions, PoK suspends cross-LoC bus service; 42 residents stranded in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch
The weekly Poonch-Rawalakot bus across the Line of Control was suspended on Monday, following PoK's apparent decision to call off the service, an official said.
Article 370 scrapped: 'India is scared of those who speak Pakistan's language in Parliament'; Giriraj Singh takes jibe at Congress
Hitting out at the Congress party, Union minister Giriraj Singh on Thursday said that rather than Pakistan, India is 'more scared' of the people who speak Pakistan's language in Parliament.
Union minister Pralhad Joshi slams Congress for opposing legislations on Jammu and Kashmir, says party is speaking language similar to Pakistan
Abrogation of special status to Jammu and Kashmir is a step towards ensuring its development and correction of a historical blunder, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said in the Lok Sabha.
P Chidambaram says secession of Kashmir not an option, but supports people’s demand for more self-governance
Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said, "The offer of plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir had been made under very different conditions, which have entirely changed since then, making it no longer relevant."
Bid to develop narratives to alter public opinion in Valley, Pakistan using social media to influence youths in Kashmir, says Indian Army
Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh, said that the Pakistani army has been using social media to mobilise support among the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to stir them towards militancy.
The prime minister was accorded guard of honour upon his arrival at the Jodhpur airport. He also visited the Konark War Memorial where he laid a wreath and signed the visitor's book.
Centre releases fresh video of army's 2016 surgical strikes across LoC ahead of event's second anniversary, says 'footage is authentic'
The government on Thursday released a fresh video clip of the 2016 surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, two days ahead of the military action's second anniversary.
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh says Navjot Singh Sidhu's act to hug Pakistan Army chief was 'wrong'
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday ticked off Cabinet colleague Navjot Singh Sidhu for hugging Pakistan army chief, who, he said, was responsible for the killings of Indian soldiers on the border, even as the cricketer-turned-politician defended his action.
Congress calls release of surgical strike video political gimmickry; BJP hits back at party for questioning armed forces
Surjewala said the September 2016 surgical strike was “shamelessly politicised” by the BJP for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in March last year.
Pakistan leaving no stone unturned to instigate youths of Jammu and Kashmir against India, says Rajnath Singh
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said terror infrastructure in Pakistan continued to exist and the neighbouring country was leaving no stone unturned to instigate the youths of Jammu and Kashmir against India
Indian Army had various retaliatory options at its disposal as far as carrying out operations on the lines
Claiming UN support for its controversial One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, China on Friday rejected US criticism
China and Pakistan have agreed to strengthen anti-terrorism and security cooperation along a $ 50 billion economic corridor that links the restive regions of the two countries through a network of rail and road projects.
Sikkim standoff: General Bipin Rawat says incidents likely to increase as China tries to 'change status quo'
China is attempting to "change the status quo" on its border with India and incidents like the ongoing stand-off in the Doka la area are likely to "increase" in future