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India at UN: Pakistan's 'one-trick pony' act on Kashmir has no resonance on multilateral platforms

"Single act plays have no resonance in such matters. Anybody can try and be a solo player. However solo players in a multi-lateral context have neither the past or a future," Syed Akabruddin said.

Imran Khan's 'haste' responsible for 'diplomatic debacle' with India: Pakistani opposition

"Too much keenness being shown by the prime minister showed weakness on our part. Giving them (India) too much reflects haste on our part to mend fences with India," former foreign minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif said.


Pakistan Army responds to Bipin Rawat's remarks, says 'ready for war but choose peace in interest of people'

"We know the price [that is paid] for peace. Pakistan's desire for peace should not be mistaken for weakness…." Pakistan Army spokesperson Asif Ghafoor said

Pakistan militants continue terror attacks in India: US terrorism report

The parts of India seriously impacted by terrorism in 2017 included Jammu and Kashmir, the northeast Indian states, and parts of central India in which Maoists remain active, the report said.

Rajnath Singh to launch first smart fence project along Pakistan border next week

The initiative is part of the CIBMS proposed to be deployed at these two borders by the Modi government as part of its decision to completely seal the two borders to stop infiltration and illegal migration.

No exchange of Eid greetings, sweets on India-Pak border

The immediate provocation for not exchanging sweets along the LoC appeared to be the killing of a jawan in Rajouri district’s Nowshera sector during unprovoked mortar shelling from across the border Saturday.


Unlucky in love, Pakistan man walks to Indian border 'to get shot'

Asif decided to end his life after twice being denied permission to marry her. His family and that of the woman disapproved of their relationship, according to his account.

Simmer down

A cycle of retaliation using higher calibre weapons is expanding to all sectors on LoC. Urgently needed: Restraint, statesmanship

J-K: Two BSF personnel injured in Pakistan shelling

The latest ceasefire violation comes after a lull of more than 36 hours. Pakistani troops had resorted to unprovoked shelling along the LoC in Nowshera sector on February 24 and 25.

Restoring ceasefire needs statesmanship, not brinkmanship: Lt Gen M M Naravane

Lt Gen Naravane said that by virtue of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor passing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, China has ‘willy-nilly’ become a third party to the J&K dispute despite India’s objections.