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Send troops to Pakistan, demand angry Chinese netizens over killing of two nationals

Send troops to Pakistan, demand angry Chinese netizens over killing of two nationals

Social media users are demanding the Chinese government to send troops to Pakistan to seek "payback" for the killing of the two Chinese nationals, the daily said.

India, Pak, China, Russia discuss Afghan situation

India, Pak, China, Russia discuss Afghan situation

Representatives from the regional powers reviewed the peace process in Afghanistan as well as the security situation.

Pakistan says espionage charges against its official 'false'

India's decision to declare a Pakistan High Commission staffer in Delhi as persona non grata was conveyed by Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar who summoned Pakistan's envoy Abdul Basit.

Rajnath Singh hails BSF jawan Gurnam Singh's sacrifice, says 'soldier gave shining example of sheer bravery'

Rajnath Singh hails BSF jawan Gurnam Singh's sacrifice, says 'soldier gave shining example of sheer bravery'

"I am saddened by the demise of BSF jawan Gurnam Singh. He has given an example of bravery on the border and gave his life for the nation. I laud the sheer bravery and sacrifice of Gurnam Singh and offer my condolences to his grieving family," Rajnath said in a series of tweets.Gurnam Singh, succumbed to his injuries last night, after he was critically injured in an attack by Pakistani forces at border area in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.

After threatening Zee News, Hafiz Saeed says PM Modi, Ajit Doval staged `surgical strike drama'

After threatening Zee News, Hafiz Saeed says PM Modi, Ajit Doval staged `surgical strike drama'

On Friday, a video of Saeed surfaced in which he was heard threatening Zee News over its fearless coverage of Indian para commandos' surgical strikes across the Line of Control.

Has Pakistan Army selected `targets` in India?

Has Pakistan Army selected `targets` in India?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured the nation that the people behind the Uri attack would be punished.

Bangladesh summons Pak envoy over Mir Quasem's execution reaction

Bangladesh summons Pak envoy over Mir Quasem's execution reaction

Pakistan yesterday said it is deeply saddened by the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mir Quasem for the crimes committed before December 1971.

Miffed over PM Modi's plan to air radio programmes in Balochi, Pak bans Indian TV channels

Miffed over PM Modi's plan to air radio programmes in Balochi, Pak bans Indian TV channels

The PEMRA chairman said action against the dealers of Indian DTH would be launched with immediate effect.

After PM Narendra Modi's August 15 speech, Pakistan used chemical weapons in Balochistan - Watch​

After PM Narendra Modi's August 15 speech, Pakistan used chemical weapons in Balochistan - Watch​

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address from the ramparts of the Red Fort, almost reproached Pakistan for human rights violations in Balochistan.

UN confirms six of nine Dawood Ibrahim addresses, provided by India, in Pakistan

UN confirms six of nine Dawood Ibrahim addresses, provided by India, in Pakistan

Islamabad has all along denied Dawood Ibrahim's presence in Pakistan.

UK voting review blames Pak, Bangladeshi communities for fraud

UK voting review blames Pak, Bangladeshi communities for fraud

Evidence was presented of pressure being put on vulnerable members of some ethnic minority communities, especially of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background, to vote according to the will of the elders, the report said.

Reports of blackout of Rajnath Singh's statement at SAARC meet in Pakistan `misleading`: Govt sources

Reports of blackout of Rajnath Singh's statement at SAARC meet in Pakistan `misleading`: Govt sources

Home Minister Rajnath Singh today skipped a lunch hosted by his Pakistani counterpart Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan after the host himself left the venue.

Transgenders in Pakistan protest attack on member for 'refusing sex'

The transgender community in Pakistan`s northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province took to the streets on Monday to protest a murder attempt on a community member who was shot multiple times for refusing the sexual advances of a group of armed men.

Pakistan may seek India's help in curbing terror: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan may seek India's help in curbing terror: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi:If Pakistan does not have the capability to curb terrorist activity in its territory, it may seek India`s help, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said.

Pathankot terror attack: India awaiting response from Pakistan on NIA visit

Pathankot terror attack: India awaiting response from Pakistan on NIA visit

India is awaiting a response from Pakistan on a visit by an NIA team there to review progress in Pathankot investigation, nearly three weeks after Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar had raised the issue with his Pakistani counterpart here.

Pakistan: Gangrape case settled with 1,200 kg wheat as compensation

Pakistan: Gangrape case settled with 1,200 kg wheat as compensation

A gangrape case in Pakistan has been allegedly settled for 1,200 kg of wheat by local elders, highlighting the grave travesty of justice in the country.

ISI plans to spoil India-Pakistan relations

ISI has made a plan to spoil India-Pak relationship by arresting Kul Bhushan Yadav. Watch the full news story to know more!

Pakistan should have adopted Punjabi as national language: Hafiz Saeed

Pakistan should have adopted Punjabi as national language: Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Saeed, chief of Jama'at-ud-Da'wah (JuD), a front group of banned militant outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), has questioned Pakistan's decision to adopt Urdu as its national language in a country where majority of people speak Punjabi language.

Suicide bomber kills at least ten in northwest Pakistan

Suicide bomber kills at least ten in northwest Pakistan

A suicide bomber blew himself up close to a police checkpoint in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least ten people and wounding more than 20, officials said.