MADINAH: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi met a man from Pulwama who complained to him about the situation in occupied Kashmir, on Friday.
PULWAMA: Indian troops gunned down freedom fighter Zakir Musa, a close associate of Burhan Wani, on Pulwama district on Friday.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj admitted on Thursday that no Pakistani soldier or citizen died in the Balakot strike.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that said better chances of peace talks might prevail with India if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) again hits victory in the coming general elections.
A total of 26 Kashmiris including one child were martyred by Indian forces in Indian occupied Kashmir last month (March).
Bollywood producers are scrambling to have patriotic movie names registered as tensions rise between India and Pakistan following the PAF's retaliation.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday expressed “deep concern” over rising tensions between Pakistan and India and called for restraint and de-escalation.
The full text of the Indian foreign ministry was released by the Indian government on Wednesday in which it claimed that Pakistan had targeted military installations in the country.
India seems to be in a pickle after it denied a three-member Pakistani team visas to take part in the shooting world cup in Delhi and may be staring at international isolation.
ISLAMABAD: Contest polls based on your performance, not on enmity with Pakistan, said information minister Fawad Chaudhry, referring to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday.
Two Indian colleges on Tuesday admitted that they were under pressure to give assurance that Kashmiri students won't be granted admission from the next season in the wake of Pulwama attack. "We had to do it under pressure from a mob of…
Prime Minister Imran Khan's policy statement on Pulwama attack. A few days ago, Pulwama...I should have responded immediately, as Pakistan was blamed for it. However, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia was visiting...attention would have been…
India has given a 48-hour deadline to Pakistanis visiting the country to leave Rajasthan in 48 hours after relations soured between the neighbours in light of the Pulwama attack.
Prime Minister Imran Khan told India bluntly that if it attacked Pakistan, the country would have no choice but to retaliate. Twitter was full of praise for the prime minister after he made the speech.