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Post-Uri, how does India neuter demented neighbour?

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) tryst with moderation has been extended from its angst over "gau rakshaks" (cow vigilantes) to policies on Pakistan.

Congress backs Modi govt's plan to declare Pakistan 'terror state', withdrawal of MFN status

Congress backs Modi govt's plan to declare Pakistan 'terror state', withdrawal of MFN status

The Congress on Monday extended support to India's stand to corner Pakistan over the latter's continuous policy of sponsoring terrorism.

China hopes India, Pakistan will address differences through dialogue

China hopes India, Pakistan will address differences through dialogue

China on Monday distanced itself from the reported remarks of its consul general in Lahore that Beijing will support Islamabad in case of foreign aggression and hoped that India and Pakistan will engage in dialogue to address their differences.

Amid tension over Uri terror attack, Pakistan calls off trade exhibition in India

The ongoing tension between India and Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri attack has got its first victim as the trade fair - 'Aalishan Pakistan', which was scheduled to be held in India this year has been called off. 

Militants target police van in northwest Pakistan, nine including four policemen injured

At least nine persons, including four policemen, were injured on Monday when militants targetted a police van with an explosive device in Pakistan's restive northwest region.

PM Narendra Modi interfering in Islamabad's internal affairs: Pakistan Foreign Secretary

PM Narendra Modi interfering in Islamabad's internal affairs: Pakistan Foreign Secretary

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent statement violates all UN and international charters against non-interference in internal affairs of other countries, according to a top Pakistani official

Appreciate strong words against Pakistan, now act on them: Congress dares PM Modi

Asserting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s strong words against Pakistan were not `new` to the ears as he had taken the same stance after the deadly Pathankot Air Base attack earlier this year, the Congress has dared him to turn his words into action and bring justice to the sacrifice of the 18 soldiers who were killed in the Uri terror strike.

Pakistan can fool only its own on terrorism, not the world: MJ Akbar

Pakistan can fool only its own on terrorism, not the world: MJ Akbar

Maintaining that Pakistan's argument has no takers at the United Nation, Minister of State for External Affairs MJ Akbar has said that Islamabad can fool its people but cannot fool the world on terrorism.

Sushma Swaraj to address UNGA in New York; strong response to Pakistan expected

Sushma Swaraj to address UNGA in New York; strong response to Pakistan expected

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is set to address the UN General Assembly on Monday with all eyes set on her speech in which she is expected to deliver a stinging response to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's "tirade" on Kashmir.

We will make all efforts to isolate Pak globally: PM Modi's strong response to Uri attack

We will make all efforts to isolate Pak globally: PM Modi's strong response to Uri attack

PM Modi said India will never forget the Uri terror attack and a day will come when the people of Pakistan will go against their own government to fight terrorism. 

Cornered by India, Pakistan says ready for unconditional talks to resolve all issues

Cornered by India, Pakistan says ready for unconditional talks to resolve all issues

India's External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said that India was "sensitising the world" about how Pakistan was sponsoring terrorism.

Pakistan left nervous by India? `F-16 fighter jets fly over Islamabad`

Pakistan left nervous by India? `F-16 fighter jets fly over Islamabad`

India on Thursday claimed diplomatic victory over Pakistan at the United Nations amid deteriorating bilateral ties following the killing of 18 soldiers in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir.

France strongly condemns Uri terror attack, says 'there is only bad terrorism'

France on Tuesday criticised the Uri terrorist attack that claimed lives of 18 soldiers, saying "there are no good terrorists or bad terrorists; there is only bad terrorism".

UKPNP urges UN to form panel to probe Kashmiri activist's murder by Pakistan's ISI

Members of United Kashmir People`s National Party (UKPNP) on Tuesday held a protest outside the United Nations (UN) office in Geneva, demanding the formation of a commission by the UN to investigate the killing of Aarif Sahid, leader of All Party National Alliance (APNA), allegedly by Pakistan for raising his voice for the Kashmiris in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

WATCH — Pak PM Nawaz Sharif evades question on Uri attack, says 'not ready to talk on issue'

WATCH — Pak PM Nawaz Sharif evades question on Uri attack, says 'not ready to talk on issue'

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday evaded questions over the Uri terror attack and said he did not to comment on the issue. 

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor illegal: Balochistan leader Mehran Marri

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor illegal: Balochistan leader Mehran Marri

Maintaining that Balochistan is an occupied territory by Pakistan, Mehran Marri, Baloch Representative at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), on Monday said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an "illegal" project.

Toll rises to 36 in Pakistan's mosque suicide blast

Toll rises to 36 in Pakistan's mosque suicide blast

Death toll of the suicide blast which hit a mosque in Pakistan`s northwestern tribal region of Mohmand Agency on Friday afternoon has risen to 36, an official report said on Saturday evening.

Toll rises to 28 in Pakistan mosque suicide blast

A suicide bomber targeted a mosque in Mohmand Agency's Anbar tehsil, leaving at least 24 people dead, including five children, and 31 others injured.

Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts

Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts

Pakistan, which conducted its first nuclear tests in 1998 is believed to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea.

Baloch activists protest at UN, highlight Pakistan's atrocities in Balochistan — Watch

Baloch activists protest at UN, highlight Pakistan's atrocities in Balochistan — Watch

Members of the Free Balochistan Movement protested in front of the United Nations Headquarters in New York to highlight the plight, atrocities and human rights violations on the people of Balochistan by Pakistan.