13 Nov 2019
Pakistan might change Army Act allowing Kulbhushan Jadhav to appeal
Since 2016, Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav has been denied justice repeatedly by Pakistan. An army court had in 2017 sentenced him to death for espionage.
08 Nov 2019
India dropped bomb at Kartarpur Sahib: Pakistan tries instigating violence
The Kartarpur Corridor was supposed to give Indian Sikhs easy access to the Gurudwara, situated in Pakistan. But the country is using it to further its propaganda and fan separatist sentiments.
06 Nov 2019
Did Modi commit a big mistake by green-lighting Kartarpur's inauguration?
Days before the inauguration of the Kartarpur Corridor, which connects two shrines in India and Pakistan, Islamabad released a video aimed at welcoming the pilgrims.
14 Oct 2019
Before FATF decision, US asks Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Saeed
Pakistan is going through a tough time as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will soon decide whether it will keep the country on its greylist or downgrade it to the dreaded blacklist.
07 Oct 2019
FATF notes Pakistan's actions against terrorism haven't been enough
The global-watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) gave Pakistan months to act strongly against terrorism, but the country failed to do so.
18 Sep 2019
Kashmir may not be 'major topic' during Xi-Modi meeting: China
Recently, China dragged the Kashmir issue to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), lending its support to Pakistan.
14 Sep 2019
Pakistani minister admits country spent millions on terror outfits
It's a well-known fact that Pakistan breeds terrorism, but the country was left humiliated when its interior minister admitted to the same in an interview.
13 Sep 2019
Imran Khan to hold mega rally in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir today
Amid brewing tensions between India and Pakistan, the latter nation's Prime Minister Imran Khan is all set to hold a "big jalsa" or public gathering to "express solidarity" towards residents of Kashmir.
03 Sep 2019
Kulbhushan Jadhav under pressure to repeat Pakistan's false narrative: India
Kulbhushan Jadhav, a former naval officer of India, is under extreme pressure to parrot Pakistan's false narrative, the Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
02 Sep 2019
Abhinandan Varthaman flies with IAF Chief: Details here
Wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who brought down an F-16 of Pakistan in February, flew with IAF Chief BS Dhanoa from the Pathankot airbase for some 30 minutes on Monday.
23 Aug 2019
Another embarrassment for Pakistan, UN backs its Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka
In yet another major embarrassment for Pakistan, the United Nations has refused to take any action against Priyanka Chopra, who is the body's Goodwill Ambassador.
22 Aug 2019
Mika fights with journalist when questioned over his Pakistan performance
On Wednesday, singer Mika Singh got engaged in a verbal duel with a journalist who raised questions on his performance in Pakistan, earlier this month.
20 Aug 2019
Tough situation, tweets Trump after talking to Modi, Khan
The situation in Kashmir is a tough one but conversations with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan were "good", tweeted US President Donald Trump on Monday.
16 Aug 2019
UNSC to hold closed-door talks on Kashmir today
The United Nations Security Council will take up the Kashmir issue and hold closed-door talks on Friday, said reports. The meeting has been facilitated on China's request.
12 Aug 2019
Amid strained Indo-Pak ties, DTC cancels Delhi-Lahore bus service
On Monday, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) canceled service of Delhi-Lahore bus, after Pakistan took a similar decision last week.
12 Aug 2019
Karachi: Mika performs at wedding of Musharraf's relative, invites criticism
Amid strained India-Pakistan ties, a performance by Bollywood singer Mika Singh at a wedding in Karachi has sparked a controversy.
09 Aug 2019
Let them come, we'll deal: Indian Army after Pakistan's threats
The Indian Army is determined to defend the country's borders, and will thwart all attempts of Pakistan to disrupt peace in Jammu and Kashmir, Chinar Corps Commander Lieutenant-General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon said on Thursday.
23 Jul 2019
Kashmir dispute can't be solved bilaterally: Imran after meeting Trump
After India denied seeking mediation help from US President Donald Trump to resolve the Kashmir issue, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said the matter can't be solved "bilaterally".
18 Jul 2019
Despite favorable ICJ verdict, Kulbhushan Jadhav's family is scared
In what qualifies as a huge diplomatic win for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Wednesday directed Pakistan to suspend Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence. ICJ also said India should be granted consular access to Jadhav, who is imprisoned since 2016.
14 Jul 2019
India-Pakistan Kartarpur Corridor talks: Pilgrim's safety, connectivity on India's agenda
Officials from India and Pakistan will meet on Sunday in Wagah to hold the second round of talks over the Kartarpur Corridor for Sikh Pilgrims.
25 Jun 2019
No one, not even families knew: Balakot pilots
In February, Indian Air Force pulled off an impossible task- the jets penetrated Pakistan's airspace, bombed terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed's camp, and returned safely.
24 Jun 2019
20 years of Kargil war: IAF recreates Tiger Hill operation
20 years ago, the valiant Indian forces fought Pakistanis to reclaim our territories which were captured. Yes, we are talking about the 1999 Kargil War, which once again proved the valor of Indian officers.
18 Jun 2019
"How many wickets?": Bihar Health Minister at meeting on encephalitis
The fierce outbreak of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) in Bihar has left many worried, but apparently, state Health Minister Mangal Pandey couldn't be less bothered.
21 Apr 2019
Pakistan frowns on India's 'unilateral' decision to suspend cross-LoC trade
Pakistan today deplored India's "unilateral" decision to suspend cross-LoC trade and rejected the allegations regarding its "misuse" by elements from across the border to smuggle weapons, narcotics, fake currency, and foment terrorism.
24 Mar 2019
J&K: Pakistani-troops fire along LoC in Poonch; army personnel killed
An Army personnel was killed in firing by the Pakistani troops today along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, officials said.
16 Mar 2019
Pakistan should return Dawood to show stand against terrorism: Govt-sources
If Pakistan was sincere in tackling terror, then it should at least hand over to India Dawood Ibrahim, Sayeed Salahudeen and other terrorists who are Indian citizens and residing in that country, government sources said today.
12 Mar 2019
Pakistan insists they will deal 'firmly' with terrorists: Trump's adviser
Pakistan promises to crack down on terrorist groups attacking Indian rule over Kashmir, United States President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton said yesterday.
11 Mar 2019
PCB to take legal action against BCCI for politicizing cricket
Tensions between India and Pakistan are high following a deadly terror attack in Pulwama last month.
10 Mar 2019
India postpones tour to Pakistan for Indus River basin inspection
Amid heightened tensions between New Delhi-Islamabad, a reciprocal visit by the Indian team to Pakistan for inspection of projects in Indus river basin this month has been postponed, senior officials said today.
08 Mar 2019
Team India pays tribute to armed forces with camouflage caps
Team India, on Friday, paid tribute to the armed forces by wearing special camouflage caps, during the third ODI against Australia at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi.
07 Mar 2019
Abhinandan Varthaman was choked, beaten in Pakistan during captivity: Report
The first 24 hours of captivity in Pakistan were terrible for Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman as the officials from the other side of border tried to extract crucial information from him regarding "Indian troop deployment, high-security radio frequencies and sensitive logistics," reports HT.
05 Mar 2019
Amid escalating tensions, wedding between Pakistani-girl and Indian-man called off
A wedding between an Indian man of Barmer district in Rajasthan and a Pakistani girl of Sindh province was canceled as the former couldn't reach the neighboring country due to prevailing tensions.
01 Mar 2019
"Woke" Trevor Noah jokes about Indo-Pak tensions, angers many
Comedian Trevor Noah, who hosts The Daily Show, made a crass joke about the prevailing Indo-Pak tensions irking netizens in India.
01 Mar 2019
Indian pilot's release by Pak 'very much welcomed' step: UN
The release of an Indian pilot by Pakistan would be a "very much welcomed step", spokesperson for UN chief Antonio Guterres said yesterday, stressing that the message to India and Pakistan from the world body and the international community is to de-escalate tensions.
28 Feb 2019
2 Pakistani jets attempted to enter Indian airspace, foiled
On Thursday, two Pakistani jets attempted to enter Indian airspace in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch area but intervention by IAF forced them to return.
27 Feb 2019
India rejects Pakistan's claim of "shooting" down jets, "capturing" pilot
Minutes after Pakistan claimed it had shot down two IAF jets and imprisoned a pilot, India rejected the theory, and said "all our pilots are accounted for".
26 Feb 2019
Pakistan will respond: Imran Khan speaks on India's airstrikes
Hours after Indian Air Force conducted a successful operation across the border, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday "condemned" it and said his country will retaliate "at time and place of choosing".
21 Aug 2018
Pakistan's new Foreign Minister extends hand of friendship to India
Pakistan's new Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi extended the hand of friendship to India after taking the oath, by offering uninterrupted dialogue to resolve all the outstanding issues, saying it's the only wise course as the two countries cannot afford any adventurism.
04 Jun 2017
India-Pakistan cricket rivalry in numbers
The most awaited cricket match of the year, India versus Pakistan, will be played at Edgbaston in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.