While intelligence agencies warn of Pakistan’s attempt to create more troubles in India, BCCI officials couldn’t find a better day other than 26/11 to hint about building India-Pakistan cricketing ties which were broken in the aftermath of terrorist attack in Mumbai on 26/11 in 2008 which killed hundreds of Indians.
For China, apart from the ideological confusion about the term ‘terror’, the issue is rather complicated due to its policy of ‘mutual respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,’ born out of the Panchsheel doctrine. In any case, Beijing needs to do some homework and clarify to the world what it considers as ‘terrorism’.
Enraged by Pakistani-origin Canadian writer Tarek Fatah’s critical remarks about their country, two Pakistani writers today walked out of the inaugural session of the Indore Literary Festival.
The US has slapped sanctions on a Pakistan-based group and its affiliate in Dubai, which have ties with terrorist outfits like the LeT and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, for laundering money for criminals and political activists.
Hafiz Saeed’s Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation are the other wings of Lashkar-e-Taiba, the notification said. This is for the first time Pakistan has admitted that JuD and FIF are other wings of LeT.
The nature of the integration of Muslim minority communities in their host societies has emerged as a much debated topic in recent times all over the world including Australia, Europe and North America
A massive earthquake of 7.7 magnitude rocked different regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan today, leaving at least fifty-three dead and several others injured. At least 53 dead after strong earthquake hits…
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The answer to earlier question is, India has no rational reason to accommodate Pakistan, more so given Pakistan’s open support to terrorists that commit acts of violence in India
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.