• US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    The United States reminded India and Pakistan on Thursday that nuclear capable states do not threaten to use atomic weapons in any conflict.The US government also categorically said
  • Indian worker hangs himself in Qatar

    Indian worker's suicide in Qatar raises concern over stranded migrants

    The death of an Indian labourer in Qatar who had complained about not being paid and later committed suicide on a building site has focused attention on migrant workers struggling amid an economic downturn in the Gulf state ahead of the 2022 World Cu
  • US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    The United States reminded India and Pakistan on Thursday that nuclear capable states do not threaten to use atomic weapons in any conflict, Dawn reported on Friday
  • India Cancels Beating Retreat Ceremony at Wagah

    India Cancels Beating Retreat Ceremony at Wagah

    Indian on Thursday cancelled the Border Security Forces’ (BSF) beating retreat ceremony at Wagah border on Thursday.The ceremony was scheduled to be held in the evening, however, media reports
  • Katju's vitriolics on Bihar invites Nitish's wrath

    Katju's vitriolics on Bihar invites Nitish's wrath

    Former Supreme Court judge Markanday Katju's comment of offering Kashmir to Pakistan on condition that it should take Bihar too drew sharp criticism here with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar ridiculing him for trying to become 'Mai-Baap' (guardian) of th
  • Revocation Of Indus Treaty Would Be ‘Act Of War’: Pak

    'India cannot unilaterally separate itself from Indus Waters Treaty'

    As India reviews Indus Waters treaty to put pressure on Pakistan after the Uri terror attack, Pakistan on Tuesday said that its neighbour cannot unilaterally separate itself from the agreement and insisted that revocation of the treaty can be taken a
  • Pakistan Army has never blamed anyone without concrete evidence:DG ISPR

    Has never blamed anyone without concrete evidence: Pakistan Army

    The head of the military’s media wing said on Tuesday that Pakistan Army had never pointed fingers at anyone without concrete evidence.DG ISPR Asim Bajwa made the remarks while speaking to journalists
  • India granted MFN status to Pakistan in 1996, a year after the formation of WTO.

    India to review MFN status given to Pakistan

    A day after reviewing the Indus Waters Treaty , India has now decided to review the 'Most Favoured Nation' Status given unilaterally to Pakistan.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a review meeting on September 29.
  • Pak demands international probe into Uri attack

    Pak Demands Int’l Probe Into Uri

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz has demanded international probe into the terrorists attack on the Army Brigade headquarters in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, in which 18 Indian Army soldiers were killed.
  • Residents photograph the launch of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)’s PSLV-C35. PHOTO: AFP

    India successfully launches eight satellites into two orbits

    India on Monday successfully launched multiple satellites from one rocket into two different orbits.The 371-kg SCATSAT-1 launched within 17 minutes of takeoff aims to study oceans and help in weather forecasting,
  • Rahul Gandhi was riding in an open top vehicle when a shoe came flying at him in Sitapur.

    Rahul Gandhi Blames BJP-RSS After Shoe Attack During Roadshow In Uttar Pradesh

     Rahul Gandhi targeted the BJP and the RSS after he was attacked with a shoe during a roadshow in Uttar Pradesh on Monday. The shoe missed him narrowly but the attacker was arrested.
  • India weighs Brahamdagh Bugti’s asylum request

    India weighs Brahamdagh Bugti’s asylum request

    In an indication that the Indian government is serious about the Baloch cause, the home ministry has said that it had received Baloch separatist leader Brahamdagh Bugti’s request for an Indian identity card and travel papers and was examining it,
  • Triple talaq has no place in secular India: Centre to tell SC

    Triple talaq has no place in secular India: Centre to tell SC

    The Indian govt. is set to oppose the controversial triple talaq divorce route for Muslims during a hearing in the Supreme Court next week, ditching a neutral stand on the politically sensitive tradition that the government says has no place in a se
  •  A Dassault Rafale fighter aircraft takes part in a flying display during the opening of the 50th Paris Air Show at Le Bourget airport near Paris June 17, 2013. PHOTO: REUTERS

    India signs $8.8bn deal to buy 36 French Rafale fighter jets

    India signed a formal agreement Friday to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France's Dassault for a reported $8.8 billion, one of its biggest defence deals in decades.
  • The Russian troops will be in the country for two weeks from Sep 24 to October 10 PHOTO: ISPR

    Russian forces arrive in Pakistan for joint military exercise

    In a first, Russian forces arrived in Pakistan on Friday to participate in joint military exercises.“A contingent of Russian ground forces arrived in Pakistan for first ever Pak- Russian joint exercise (two weeks)