"The world must also seriously consider the safety and security of India's nuclear arsenal in the control of the fascist, racist Hindu supremacist Modi government. This is an issue that impacts not just the region but the world," Imran Khan tweeted.
The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) circulated a letter dated Aug 14 on Wednesday announcing the ban. Pemra said that it already withdrew the permission for airing Indian channels and content on the directions of the Pakistan Supreme Court in October last year.
Addressing a special session of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's (PoK) Legislative Assembly in Muzaffarabad, Khan said that if a war breaks out between Pakistan and India, the world community will be responsible.
Poland’s backing of a bilateral solution to the Kashmir dispute comes after Russia, a UNSC permanent member, underscored Saturday that India’s move was carried out “within the framework of the Constitution of the Republic of India”.
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Actor Imran Khan is currently holidaying with his wife Avantika and their daughter Imara in the US. The couple's Instagram feed gave us major holiday goals, as the duo along with their daughter is seen to be having lots of fun.
Prior to the release of 'Katti Batti', a special screening of the Kangana Ranaut-Imran Khan starrer was held in Mumbai on Thursday (September 17) which was attended by Sonam Kapoor, Richa Chadda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Rajkummar Rao and director Nikhil Advani.
This week we look at the importance of the Kartarpur corridor between India and Pakistan, why you should pay attention to the revelations from Implant Files and what the Maratha reservation could lead to.
On Monday, India came out strongly against Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tweet condemning the “killings of civilians in Kashmir”. Raveesh Kumar, spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs responded saying Khan should first address Pakistan’s own issues.
At least 21 people were killed when gunmen armed with grenades and Kalashnikovs attacked a university in Pakistan, but the death toll that could “have been much worse” according to PTI chief Imran Khan.