Imran said Pakistan was constrained by the need to build a legal case that would stand up in court but said Azhar had been driven underground and was 'ineffective' and unwell.
Balakot airstrikes and aftermath: Strange to see Pakistan's obfuscations given more credence than IAF evidence
The Balakot airstrikes and the aftermath occurred at a sensitive time when India was getting ready to hold its general elections for the Lok Sabha where Prime minister Narendra Modi is seeking a return mandate
Narendra Modi to News18: NDA govt's objective is not to let differences with China turn into disputes
Amid growing tensions with China following its move to veto at the United Nations (UN) on Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told CNN-News18 that both New Delhi and Beijing have accepted they have certain "differences".
BJP will fall short of majority in Lok Sabha by five seats, support for party rose after Balakot air strikes: CVoter survey
Narendra Modi’s BJP-led alliance will be just a few seats short of a majority in the Lok Sabha, bolstered by a rise in nationalist sentiment over hostilities with Pakistan, a survey showed.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi's claim about India planning attack on Pakistan 'preposterous', says External Affairs Ministry
In a strongly-worded statement, EAM spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the comments by the Pakistan foreign minister are aimed at whipping up war hysteria in the region.
Restrictions on Jammu-Srinagar highway leave locals fuming; PDP, NC organise protest marches in Kashmir
The Jammu-Srinagar highway restrictions have drawn widespread criticism, with both traders' bodies and political parties saying that it will derail the economy of the region
Pakistan claims India planning another attack in April; Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says Islamabad has intel on offensive
He did not elaborate on what evidence Pakistan had or how he could be so specific with the timing, but he said Prime Minister Imran Khan had agreed to share the information with the country.
Prakash Ambedkar says he will jail Election Commission if voted to power; case registered against Dalit leader in Yavatmal
A case was registered against Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh president Prakash Ambedkar on Thursday for allegedly making objectionable remarks against the Election Commission (EC)
From movement of security forces to snowfall, travel on Jammu-Srinagar highway comes with a slew of obstacles
Closing the Jammu-Srinagar highway to civilian traffic puts at stake the business interests of hundreds of traders who travel to and fro from Jammu to Kashmir and vice versa.
BJP's nationalism pitch is not without reason; shift in electoral discourse has buoyed ruling party's appeal over Opposition's
BJP chief Amit Shah's comment at Agenda India 2019 that “every election should be fought on nationalism” is indicative of his thought process, and the shift in popular mood after the Pulwama terror attack and the IAF air strike in Balakot, Pakistan
Pakistan appoints High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood as foreign secretary; diplomat to replace Tehmina Janjua
Sohail Mahmood was appointed as high commissioner to India in August 2017. He was serving as ambassador to Turkey when sent to India.
Narendra Modi slams Opposition for questioning timing of Mission Shakti, says Congress lacks basic understanding
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out at the Opposition for questioning the timing of the announcement of Mission Shakti being too close to the election dates.
A-SAT test ahead of polls bid to shift focus from bread-and-butter issues: PM seeks to benefit from nationalism debate
The EC will decide whether Narendra Modi's speech on Mission Shakti violated the Model Code of Conduct, but there is little doubt that the move was a political one.
India-Pakistan standoff after Pulwama attack boosts China's strategy of containing New Delhi, dominating Islamabad
For China, Pakistan is a borrowed knife to undermine or slow the rise of India in Asia as a competitor.
Narendra Modi's 'saboot vs sapoot' jibe in Meerut: For PM, those demanding Balakot strike proof are seeking evidence of jawans' valour
The 'sapoots' or worthy sons of the Indian Armed Forces, according to Narendra Modi, are the ones who risked their lives to quell terror that threatens peace in the Kashmir Valley. By using the word 'sapoot', the prime minister drew an inference from the safe return of IAF pilot Abhinandan Vardhaman and the courageous men like him.
Modi's Mission Shakti speech: BJP appears nervous, celebrating missile could be PM assailing his fears
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the nation announcing the successful testing of the anti-satellite missile on Wednesday encapsulates the essence of his political style
In the aftermath of Pulwama attack on CRPF troops, scores of Kashmiri youths have been arrested in night raids
Five days after the Pulwama attack, a large number of armed forces personnel carried out a midnight raid at the house of a labourer, Mehraj-ud-in Chopan
In Uttarakhand's hills, BJP's nationalism strikes a chord; voters downplay local issues, say problems can be solved later
Though locals in Uttarakhand's hilly areas — Kumaon and Garhwal — are upset with the BJP over unemployment, migration and lack of basic facilities, nationalism seems to be striking a chord with people openly voicing their support for Narendra Modi
Empowering Lokpal to oversee distribution of ex gratia to kin of Pulwama victims would be edifying for country
Overseeing the ex gratia to the families of the Central Reserve Police Force killed in the Pulwama terror attack would be an ideal start for our first Lokpal
Family of Sajad Khan, arrested in Delhi after Pulwama attack on CRPF convoy, still waiting to learn of his whereabouts
The family of 24-year-old, Sajad Ahmad Khan, whom Delhi Police claimed to have arrested on 21 February in connection with the Pulwama attack on 14 February claim they had gone missing from their rented home in Delhi since 16 February