Responding to Nawaz Sharif’s remarks on Kashmir issue in his address to the UN General Assembly, India today strongly hit back at Pakistan, asserting de-militarising Kashmir is not the answer for achieving peace but “deterrorising” Pakistan is as it uses terror as a “legitimate instrument” of its statecraft.
Amid Afghanistan government’s bid to take back Kunduz city from Taliban, a latest report says that the Taliban shadow governor was killed in Kunduz with a senior Pakistani militant.
The late President R Venkataraman had urged the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to give the status of statehood to Jammu, confer Union Territory status on Ladakh and deal differently with Kashmir, saying it was always better to limit the area of strife.
“In this avatar Ambedkar presents himself as a very cleared-eyed, hard headed realist taking a very clear eyed view of Pakistan unlike the starry eyed Congress leadership, which wanted to hold on to Pakistan at all costs.”
1965 Indo-Pak war golden jubilee commemorative exhibition was inaugurated today at the India Gate lawns. It is a six day long exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Indo-Pak war.
While the high level diplomatic talks between India and Pakistan were jeopardised by intemperate last minute posturing of Pakistan, it is a great relief that the DG-level talks between BSF and Pakistan rangers slated from September 10th to 12th have begun on a pragmatic note in New Delhi.
When Union Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore blasted a news channel for misquoting him on national security issue.
Pakistan’s Army chief General Raheel Sharif has warned India of “unbearable damage” if it tried to impose a short or long war on his country.
Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami, a Special Forces Commando of the Army who laid down his life while battling militants in Handwara on Thursday, had eliminated 10 militants in a short span of 11 days before making the supreme sacrifice in Kashmir.
Preparing to nail Pakistan’s lie, India has gathered substantial evidence, including the phone number and photographs of close relatives of LeT terrorist Mohammad Naved Yakub who was caught during Udhampur attack and is expected to ask Islamabad to hold a probe on that basis.
Pakistan no longer enjoys international support on Kashmir and is unlikely to get an approval for a referendum in the region from the UN Security Council, a former Pakistani envoy to the US has said.
Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan’s nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.