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‘India, Pak Both Our Partners’: US After S Jaishankar Questioned Rationale Behind F-16 Deal

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, while referring to US argument that F-16 sustenance package is to fight terrorism, had said everybody knows where and against whom F-16 fighter jets are used.

27 September 2022

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai after the 26/11 attack

Country Seeking Peace With Neighbours Will Never Shelter Terrorists Of 26/11 Attack: India On Pak's Remarks At UNGA

India exercised the Right of Reply in the UN General Assembly on Friday to respond sharply to Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, who had raked up the issue of Jammu and Kashmir during his address to the high-level...


26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. (File photo)

China Defends Its Move To Block Blacklisting Of LeT Terrorist Sajid Mir

China earlier had defended its move to block the US and India's proposal at the UN to blacklist Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) deputy chief Abdul Rauf Azhar.


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Pakistan: Hindu Woman, Minor Girls Abducted And Forcibly Converted In Sindh

Two Hindu teenage girls were abducted, one of whom was forcibly converted to Islam, and a third married woman was allegedly abducted, converted, and married to a Muslim man in Pakistan's Sindh.

24 September 2022

Pakistan Floods

South African NGO Providing Pakistan People Bamboo-Made Houses That Can Withstand Floods, Earthquake

South African NGO provides bamboo-made earthquake- and flood-resistant houses to economically weaker areas of Pakistan.


Appointment Of Interlocutor Nothing More Than Time-Buying Tactic By Govt: Kashmiri Separatists

Hurriyat Finished In J&K, Pakistan Making Efforts To Keep It Alive: Police Chief

Hurriyat Conference, an umbrella body of separatist groups in J&K, which once enjoyed a dominant position in the valley, was made inconsequential after jailing of several of its leaders in the wake of abrogation of Article...

19 September 2022

Pakistan rupee notes

Pakistan Seeking Rescheduling $10 Billion Debt Owed To Paris Club: Report

Around 10% of Pakistan's total public debt is owed to the Paris Club. Pakistan is seeking rescheduling of debt repayment for the third time in the past 20 years from the Paris Club.

24 September 2022

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Pakistan Floods Impacted 16 Million Children, Situation Continues To Be Grim: UNICEF

The situation is extremely grim in flood-hit areas with malnourished children battling diarrhoea, dengue fever, and several painful skin diseases, United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef)...

17 September 2022

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16 September 2022
Climate Change Likely Contributed To Deadly Floods In Pakistan: Report

Climate Change Likely Contributed To Deadly Floods In Pakistan: Report

The report also pointed out underlying vulnerabilities driven by high poverty rates and socioeconomic factors, and ongoing political and economic instability...


15 September 2022
Can SCO Summit Be An Opportunity For India To Mend Ties With Neighbour Pakistan?

Can SCO Summit Be An Opportunity For India To Mend Ties With Neighbour Pakistan?

Indian PM Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Shehbaz Sharif will certainly exchange greetings at the SCO Summit 2022 but beyond that, a bilateral...


14 September 2022
Taliban Denies Presence Of Jaish Chief Masood Azhar In Afghanistan

Taliban Denies Presence Of Jaish Chief Masood Azhar In Afghanistan

Taliban's interim Afghan government spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid made the strongly-worded remarks after a section of Pakistani media reported about...


14 September 2022
Red Cross, Other Agencies Warn Of Food Crisis In Flood-Hit Pakistan

Red Cross, Other Agencies Warn Of Food Crisis In Flood-Hit Pakistan

Pakistan: The recent flooding in the country has led to an estimated USD 12 billion in losses has left about 78,000 square kilometres (21 million acres) of...


14 September 2022
Pakistan: Blast In Khyber Pakthtunkhwa Province Leaves Five Dead Including A Peace Committee Member

Pakistan: Blast In Khyber Pakthtunkhwa Province Leaves Five Dead Including A Peace Committee Member

Security officials said a roadside bomb attack targeted the vehicle of the peace committee member, Idrees Khan, who was an ex-Village Defence Council (Aman...


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11 September 2022
Book Review: Sympathy Has A Short Life

Book Review: Sympathy Has A Short Life

'The Whispering Chinar' paints a picture of Charbagh, village of the author Ali Rohila's own creation, set in the Pakhtunkhwa province. There is an unexpected...


10 September 2022
Indian Sikh Separated At Partition Meets Pakistani Muslim Sister

Indian Sikh Separated At Partition Meets Pakistani Muslim Sister

All eyes went teary as wheelchair-bound Amarjit Singh had an emotional meeting with his sister Kulsoom Akhtar at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur in...


09 September 2022
UN Chief Guterres Arrives In Massively Flood- hit Pakistan

UN Chief Guterres Arrives In Massively Flood- hit Pakistan

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's trip comes less than two weeks after he issued an appeal for USD 160 million in emergency funding to help millions...


08 September 2022
Modi's Push For 'Make In India' Policy Leads To Weapon Scarcity In Defence Sector: Report

Modi's Push For 'Make In India' Policy Leads To Weapon Scarcity In Defence Sector: Report

In 2014, when Modi came to power, he emphasised on building everything from mobile phones to fighter jets in India to generate jobs and reduce outflows of...


08 September 2022
Partners In Climate Change: Why Pakistan Floods Are A Wake Up Call For India

Partners In Climate Change: Why Pakistan Floods Are A Wake Up Call For India

Despite political tensions and cultural rivalry, India and Pakistan have a history of lending a helping hand when calamity strikes the other. In the face of...


16 September 2022
Partition Diary: A Serendipitous Tale Between Two Sukritas

Partition Diary: A Serendipitous Tale Between Two Sukritas

The writer, an Indian, talks about the warm familial ties with the lady who she was named after, who happens to be on the other side of the border


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06 September 2022
Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along International Border In Jammu, BSF Retaliates

Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along International Border In Jammu, BSF Retaliates

The BSF gave a 'befitting reply' to the firing in the Arnia sector of Jammu district. The BSF Jammu public relations officer also said there was no casualty on...


05 September 2022
PDP Urges Centre For Dialogue With Pakistan To End Bloodshed In J&K

PDP Urges Centre For Dialogue With Pakistan To End Bloodshed In J&K

PDP also demanded restitution of the democratic rights of J&K, while calling for a united fight to restore the dignity and constitutional rights of the state...


05 September 2022
Pakistan Says Taliban’s Allegations Could Affect Bilateral Ties

Pakistan Says Taliban’s Allegations Could Affect Bilateral Ties

Afghan Interim Defence Minister Mullah Muhammad Yaqoob had last week alleged that Pakistan was allowing the US to operate drones from its soil against the...


04 September 2022
Rahul Gandhi Accuses PM Modi, BJP Of Weakening India

Rahul Gandhi Accuses PM Modi, BJP Of Weakening India

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during 'Mehangai Par Halla Bol' rally at Ramlila Maidan New Delhi accused PM Narendra Modi, BJP and RSS of spreading fear and...


03 September 2022
Teacher Arrested In J&K’s Kishtwar For Allegedly Providing Sensitive Information To Pakistan Based Handlers

Teacher Arrested In J&K’s Kishtwar For Allegedly Providing Sensitive Information To Pakistan Based Handlers

Jammu and Kashmir: The officials said the arrested teacher was in regular contact with some unidentified people, possibly Pakistani intelligence operatives,...


01 September 2022
UK Sends Urgent 'Life-Saving Support' To Flood-Hit Pakistan

UK Sends Urgent 'Life-Saving Support' To Flood-Hit Pakistan

The UK government on Thursday said it is providing urgent life-saving support to Pakistan following devastating floods that have left a third of the country...


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