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J&K: Militant arrested on return from Pakistan

Nisar illegally crossed LoC in the year 1999 and joined militant training camp at PoK.

Why Trump will accommodate India’s stance on Pakistan terror: Key facts

Why Trump will accommodate India’s stance on Pakistan terror: Key facts

Trump had been mindful of the problems emanating from Pakistan, but if he does take a hard stand on the issue this time, New Delhi would be perhaps in a better position to gauge Washington’s priorities for South Asia.

Pakistan violates ceasefire twice in J&K's Nowshera

The Indian Army is retaliating strongly and effectively to the firing.
 

Pakistan deploys 15,000-strong force for Chinese security

Pakistan has been battling Islamist and nationalist insurgencies in mineral-rich Balochistan since 2004, with hundreds of soldiers and militants killed in the fighting.
 

J&K: Seven persons feared dead as gandola cable snaps in Gulmarg

J&K: Seven persons feared dead as gandola cable snaps in Gulmarg

Gulmarg is the only ski resort in the restive Kashmir region, with tourists also visiting in the off-season for the views.

 

Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC in J&K's Rajouri

Pakistani army on Sunday again violated ceasefire by firing from automatic weapons and shelling mortars along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district.

Panama Papers case 'a joke', says Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif

Panama Papers case 'a joke', says Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has described the ongoing case in the Panama Papers Leaks case as a joke, rather than as an effort on accountability.

 

J&K: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Naushera sector

Commando operation continues for about 20 hours now. Terrorists are hiding in DPS school near Pantha Chowk. Pakistan breaks ceasefire in Naushera Sector, Kashmir.

China asks Pakistan and Afghanistan to meet halfway to improve ties

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during talks with Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz yesterday discussed a range of bilateral issues as well as the situation in Afghanistan.

At least 140 killed, over 100 injured as oil tanker explodes in Pakistan's Bahawalpur district

At least 140 killed, over 100 injured as oil tanker explodes in Pakistan's Bahawalpur district

At least 140 people were on Sunday charred to death after an oil tanker overturned and burst into flames in Bahawalpur district of Pakistan's Punjab Province.

123 killed, 100 injured as oil tanker explodes in Pakistan

123 killed, 100 injured as oil tanker explodes in Pakistan

Six cars and 12 motorcycles parked in the vicinity were also severely damaged.

Death toll from Pakistan attacks rises to 73

The death toll from multiple attacks in Pakistan rose to 73, officials said Saturday, a day after the bomb and gun assaults in three cities shook the country as it prepared to mark the end of Ramadan, Islam`s holiest month.

Pakistan mourns attack victims; Army launches crackdown on militants

Pakistan was in a state of shock after weeks of relative peace as terrorists struck at three cities, killing 62 people and wounding over 100, prompting the army to launch a countrywide crackdown on militants.

UN chief's meetings with India, Pak PMs sign of his commitment to Kashmir issue: Aide

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres' several meetings with Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan in the six months since he assumed charge is a sign of his involvement and commitment over the Kashmir issue, according to one of his spokespersons.

United States ends role of special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan

A senior State Department official told AFP that acting special representative Laurel Miller left the post without a replacement being named.

Pakistan Border Action Team member had carried headband camera, dagger to mutilate Indian jawans, record terror attack

Pakistan Border Action Team member had carried headband camera, dagger to mutilate Indian jawans, record terror attack

A team of Pakistani special forces had on June 22 sneaked 600 metres across the LoC, killing two Indian soldiers while losing one of their men in retaliatory action.

Priorities and nature of ties with India, Pakistan different: White House

Priorities and nature of ties with India, Pakistan different: White House

"We realise that the pace and scope of that relationship is going to be different in each case," the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity said in response to a question on concerns in Pakistan with regard to increasing ties with India.

United Nations chief condemns separate bomb attacks in Pakistan

Dozens of people were killed and more than 100 were injured in the two separate attacks.

 

Twin blasts at Pakistan's Parachinar: Blasts death toll rises to 25, over 100 injured so far

Twin blasts at Pakistan's Parachinar: Blasts death toll rises to 25, over 100 injured so far

The explosions targeted people shopping in the area and those heading out of the city ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, local political administration officials said.

Pakistan's concept of Sharia has nothing to do with Islam, says rights Shiraz Ahmad

Ahmadiyas were declared non-Muslim in 1974 by the government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and were further deprived through an Anti-Ahmadiya Ordinance in 1984 promulgated by then military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq.