The Chinese men were working on a dam being constructed in PoK along the confluence of the Neelam and Jhelum rivers when the firing pushed authorities to move the workers late on Tuesday, Akhtar Ayub from the local disaster management authority was quoted as saying by the Dawn News.
The trade and travel between the divided families of Jammu and Kashmir and PoK through Chakan-Da-Bagh crossing point in Poonch had begun in 2006. It was considered a major confidence-building exercise between India and Pakistan.
The plea, filed by Delhi-based Maulana Ansar Raza who claimed to be a social activist, had sought “immediate investigation” and “arrest” of Farooq Abdullah alleging that he favoured Pakistan and insulted India.
National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah, who recently stirred the Kashmir pot with his “PoK belongs to Pak” comment, on Wednesday said Pakistanis “are not weak and are not wearing bangles. They too have atom bomb. Before we think about war, we should think how we will live as humans.”
"'Padmawati' was a great queen, why should people protest against the movie based on her life? It's the responsibility of the Censor Board. It should take a stand and shouldn't allow the movie to be released," VHP leader Pravin Togadia said.
"Farooq Abdullah saab bujurg vyakti hain, kabhi kabhi behki baatein karate hain (Abdullah is a senior leader, but he talks irrationally sometimes)," Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told reporters in response to a question.
Karot Hydropower Project: "With China's support and assistance, Pakistan's power shortage will very likely be solved by 2025, which means a main obstacle to Pakistan's economic development will be removed," Hu said.
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.