Threat from terrorist groups emanates from Pakistan: US

 The threat from terror groups, particularly Haqqani network, continues to emanate from Pakistan, the US has said, dismissing Pakistani national security advisor Sartaj Aziz's remarks that the dreaded Afghanistan-based outfit has been almost wiped out from the country.

'Pakistan talking out of its head, should remember its defeats at hands of India'
'Pakistan talking out of its head, should remember its defeats at hands of India'

Issuing a strong condemnation of Pakistan defense minister's inflammatory statement, an Indian defense expert has lambasted Islamabad for spouting war threats despite its defeats at the hand of India.

US cautions Pakistan over brandishing of nuclear status

With Pakistan brandishing its nuclear status in the wake of cancellation of Indo-Pak talks, the US has cautioned that such statements would not help reduce tensions between the two countries. The US also asked India and Pakistan to resolve their long-standing issues through constructive dialogue.

This is how India plans to tackle Dawood Ibrahim and Hafiz Saeed
This is how India plans to tackle Dawood Ibrahim and Hafiz Saeed

India may not have managed to hand over to Pakistan dossiers on Dawood Ibrahim and Hafiz Saeed during the now-scrapped National Security Advisor-level talks earlier this week, but the government has prepared a strategy to tackle the D-company and the network of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks mastermind.

India, Pakistan reach out to Western media on NSA-level talks

The NSA talks may have been called off, but India and Pakistan are actively seeking out the influential Western media to put forth their respective points of view -- with an eye on the UN General Assembly next month.

PDP to press Centre to hold talks with Pakistan, separatists: Beg

Ruling PDP in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday said it will press the Centre to hold dialogue with Pakistan and separatists, days after the scrapping of the NSA-level talks between the two countries.

India's response to Pakistan's nuke threat - `Lalu bomb`
India's response to Pakistan's nuke threat - `Lalu bomb`

Days after mimicking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has now tackled Pakistan's 'nuclear' threat at his wittiest best.

'300 terrorists waiting to infiltrate into India from PoK'

Around 300 terrorists belonging to outfits like Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad are waiting for opportunities to sneak into India from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) where 17 terror camps are being run with active support of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI and Army.

Pakistan NSA's remarks immature and irresponsible, says Rudy

Union minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Monday said Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz`s recent remarks were both immature and irresponsible statement.

After NSA-level talks fiasco, India, Pak military talk in doldrums
After NSA-level talks fiasco, India, Pak military talk in doldrums

After the cancellation of NSA-level talks, proposed meetings between top military officials of India and Pakistan are now unlikely, a media report said Monday.

Indo-Pak deadlock: Eventually dialogue will happen as it's the only way, says Shabir Shah

Dubbing the cancellation of India-Pakistan dialogue as "sad," separatist leader Shabir Shah on Monday asserted that the nations will eventually have to have talks as it is the only way to solve issues.

After NSA-level talks fiasco, India-Pakistan military talk in doldrums

After the cancellation of NSA-level talks, proposed meetings between top military officials of India and Pakistan are now unlikely, a media report said on Monday.

Sartaj Aziz's veiled threat to Narendra Modi, says Pakistan a nuclear-armed country
Sartaj Aziz's veiled threat to Narendra Modi, says Pakistan a nuclear-armed country

Days after the NSA talks between India and Pakistan were called off, Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz has accused “(Indian Prime Minister Narendra) Modi’s India” of acting like a regional superpower.

Post cancellation of NSA level talks, Pakistan threatens India

Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz has accused India of behaving like a "regional superpower" and said that Pakistan possesses atom bombs and knows how to safeguard and maintain itself.

Break through the barriers of hostility: Pakistani daily

The challenge for Pakistani and Indian leaders is "how to break through the barriers of hostility", said a daily here on Monday after national security adviser level talks between the two countries were not held.

NSA talks axing: Disappointing, don't repeat mistakes, say Indian leaders

There were mixed reactions from Indian political leaders on Sunday to Pakistan`s decision to call off the NSA-level talks with some calling it "unfortunate" and "disappointing" while some warning against similar tactics in any future engagement.

Indo-Pak DGMOs meeting to go ahead as planned: Sartaj Aziz
Indo-Pak DGMOs meeting to go ahead as planned: Sartaj Aziz

A day after calling off Indo-Pak NSA-level talks, Pakistan on Sunday said the meetings between the DGMOs of the two countries and representatives of Pakistan Rangers and BSF will go ahead as agreed in Ufa.

Pakistan stands exposed by skipping talks on terror: BJP

Pakistan stands exposed in the global arena on the terror issue after it pulled out of NSA-level talks, BJP on Sunday said and refuted Congress' charge that past gains have been dealt a setback.

NC 'non-serious' about Indo-Pak talks: PDP
NC 'non-serious' about Indo-Pak talks: PDP

 Ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday hit out at the opposition National Conference for its "childish and non-serious" approach to serious issues like talks between India and Pakistan.

Cancellation of talks by Pakistan is unfortunate: Rajnath Singh
Cancellation of talks by Pakistan is unfortunate: Rajnath Singh

 Cancellation of NSA talks by Pakistan is "unfortunate", Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Sunday and made it clear that the possibility of any future dialogue will depend on the neighbour.