ISLAMABAD: Pakistan army chief spokesman Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor lashed out at India for making false claims of existence of terror amps inside Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Taking to Twitter on Sunday, General Asif Ghafoor urged India to grant…
ISLAMABAD: Defence analyst Zaid Hamid responded to DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor's tweet urging him to stop spreading disinformation.
A video tweeted by Federal Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari on Sunday showed Indian Army troops cutting down fruit trees to starve Kashmiris.
India's Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat said on Thursday that their army was ready to take action in Azad Kashmir, as ties between India and Pakistan deteriorate.
SRINAGAR: Pakistanis have trolled to no end a video of an Indian police officer playing cricket with a couple of Kashmiri kids in an attempt to show all is right in India.
Pakistanis erupted with joy as the armed forces conducted a successful test of the Ghaznavi surface-to-surface ballistic missile, on Wednesday night.
RAWALPINDI: Another army jawan embraced martyrdom due to unprovoked Indian firing across the Line of Control, stated DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, on Friday.
Pakistani actor and anchor Hamza Ali Abbasi fired back at Indian journalist Arnab Goswami, claiming that he was an ISI agent in response to allegations by The Republic host.
Pakistanis couldn't help but troll Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman with hilarious memes after the Indian government decided to honour him with a Vir Chakra, on Wednesday.
The Indian government on Sunday night placed former chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah under house arrest as the crackdown ensued.
ISLAMABAD; PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari condemned the use of cluster bombs by Indian Army in occupied Kashmir, on Saturday, terming it outrageous.
AZAD KASHMIR: People shared images of a burnt house located at Neelum Valley on Tuesday and claimed that unprovoked Indian shelling had destroyed.
DG ISPR Major-General Asif Ghafoor's vicious reply to an Indian Army major's trolling had Twitter in stitches.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Singh Modi admitted during a rally in Maharashtra that the Balakot 'air strike' was a lie told to boost the morale of his armed forces.
The Indian Army mistook planets Jupiter and Venus for Chinese spy drones for six months, according to a BBC report.