The strong rebuttal came after Imran Khan spoke about India's internal affairs, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, at the high-level General Debate
The final stage of the peace process which has begun in Doha could quite easily collapse if the Taliban exposes it to intransigence and continued violence
Pakistan and Khalistanis in a sort of 'abusive marriage': Terry Milewski, author of paper on Sikh separatists
The paper, titled 'Khalistan: A Project of Pakistan', supports the longstanding belief that support for a separate Sikh State is part of the Pakistani strategy to 'bleed' India
Without naming Pakistan, Jaishankar said international pressure has compelled a country complicit in "aiding, abetting, training and directing" terror groups to "grudgingly acknowledge" the presence of wanted terrorists and organised crime leaders on its territory
Islamabad has claimed that the assertions made by some sections of the media about Pakistan admitting to the "presence of certain listed individuals" are baseless and misleading
The Islamabad High Court recently ordered the Pakistan government to give "another chance" to India to appoint a counsel for Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a military court
Hariri verdict, a Russian-owned ship and Hezbollah-Israel animosity: Conspiracy theories abound over Beirut blast
In the Lebanese cesspool of corruption and mismanagement, the actual reason for the Beirut blast or the identity of men behind it may never be known
NIA files chargesheet against 6 persons for helping JeM terrorists infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir
The persons were charged under relevant sections of the IPC, UAPA, Arms Act, Explosive Substances Act and Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act
Two militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district in the early hours of Saturday, police said
Army chief MM Naravane says people in Jammu and Kashmir are fed up with militancy, credits locals for recent successes against terrorists
Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday said the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have had a lot of successes recently as people there are fed up with militancy and want normalcy to return to the Union territory
India, Australia sign seven agreements, decide to allow reciprocal access to military bases in Narendra Modi-Scott Morrison virtual summit
India and Australia on Thursday elevated their ties to a comprehensive strategic partnership and signed seven agreements during a virtual summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison
In its majority-bashing multiculturalism and whitewashing of all crimes by minorities, the western liberal establishment is willingly looking away from dubious forces.
Three militants stormed a hospital in Kabul soon after 10 am on Tuesday, shooting new mothers dead before the newborns in their arms had even seen the light outside the hospital.
Editors Guild slams J&K enforcement agencies' action against journalists Masrat Zahra, Peerzada Ashiq, demands withdrawal of charges
The Editors Guild of India on Tuesday expressed concern over the "high-handed manner" in which the law enforcement agencies in Jammu and Kashmir used prevailing laws aganst The Hindu journalist Peerzada Ashiq and freelance photographer Mazrat Zahra
Delhi court sends Davinder Singh to one-month judicial custody; ex-J&K DSP was arrested while ferrying terrorists in Srinagar
A Delhi court has sent to one-month judicial custody Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Davinder Singh, who was arrested while ferrying two Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists in a vehicle on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway earlier this year
Special Ops review: Neeraj Pandey's meandering spy thriller lacks the thrill and emotional heft of his earlier work
Special Ops is a fictional eight-episode limited series about a two-decade-long manhunt to nab the mastermind behind the 2001 Parliament bombing.
Communal riots in India are playing into the hands of Islamic State's jihadists and realising their dystopic dreams
There is little doubt Indian communal politics is reaching a crossroads — but there are many paths from here, and all but one leads to perdition
Delhi Police arrest two suspected militants of Manipur-based outfit, duo was in National Capital to raise fund for organisation
Two alleged terrorists of a banned Manipur-based organisation were arrested from Burari area, police said on Monday.
US 'realistic' but sees opportunity for Afghan peace, says Mike Pompeo after America signs historic deal with Taliban
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is “realistic” about the peace deal it signed with the Taliban, but is "seizing the best opportunity for peace in a generation"