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Pakistan says Karachi-bound ship intercepted by India on suspicion of nuclear cargo carries 'commercial merchandise'

Islamabad: Pakistan asserted on Sunday that the Karachi-bound vessel intercepted by Indian agencies in Mumbai was transporting "commercial" merchandise, not machinery intended for a nuclear programme.

India intercepts Pakistan-bound ship in Mumbai port on suspicion of carrying nuclear cargo: Report

Mumbai: Security agencies halted a ship bound for Karachi from China at Nhava Sheva port in Mumbai over suspicions of carrying a dual-use consignment potentially linked to Pakistan's nuclear and ballistic missile programme, a media report said. 

Indian-origin author Nitasha Kaul, who was deported over 'anti-India views', claims 'all lies'

New Delhi/IBNS: Indian-origin British academic Nitasha Kaul, who was deported by the Indian government over the weekend after landing at Bengaluru's Kempegowda International Airport, has hit back claiming that she was denied entry as she is "married to a Pakistani... a pawn of China... a puppet (of the) West..."

Cross-border terrorism emerging from Pakistan being given befitting response: S Jaishankar

New Delhi/IBNS: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar  Monday said cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan was now getting a “befitting response”.

Top Pakistani poll official resigns over 'wrongdoing' in elections

Islamabad: A top Pakistani official resigned from his post taking responsibility for all the ‘wrongdoings’ that occurred in the recent general elections with the involvement of the chief election commissioner and the chief justice of the country, media reports said.

Pakistan elections: A split verdict despite accusations of mass rigging has made the military establishment more vulnerable

Pakistan’s delayed general elections that were held on 8 February have thrown up more questions than they have answered, and alarmingly for the country’s all-powerful military, most of the difficult questions are yet again directed pointedly towards it.

ED arrests three Kashmir residents in money laundering case related to MBBS admissions in Pakistan

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrested three Kashmir residents in a money laundering case related to MBBS admissions in Pakistan.

Indian Navy's warship INS Sumitra rescues 19 Pakistani sailors kidnapped by Somali pirates 

Indian Navy's warship INS Sumitra has successfully rescued 19 Pakistani sailors from a fishing vessel which was hijacked by Somali Pirates.

'We understand actions countries take in self defense': India on Iran strikes in Pakistan

New Delhi/IBNS: India Wednesday said Iran's missile attack on Pakistan is an issue that concerns only those two nations.

BSF nabs Pakistani national near International Border in Jammu

Jammu/IBNS/UNI: The Border Security Force (BSF) Tuesday nabbed one Pakistani national from along the International Border in the Makwal area iin Jammu.

'Infringement, objectionable': India protests British High Commissioner's visit to POK

New Delhi: India on Saturday lodged a strong protest over the visit of British High Commissioner Jane Marriott in Islamabad to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK), terming the visit “objectionable” and “infringement on India's territorial integrity”

PM Modi snubbed Imran Khan's call: Ex-diplomat reveals how India secured pilot Abhinandan's return from Pak

Former High Commissioner to Pakistan, Ajay Bisaria, has revealed some untold secrets about the return of IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman from Pakistan where he said that India's message was loud and clear that if Islamabad doesn’t return Varthaman (now a Group Captain), New Delhi will escalate the situation.

BSF thwarts smuggling attempt by Pakistani smugglers, recovers 3.2 kg heroin during search operation

On hearing the sound of a dropping of some material, Border Security Force (BSF) Punjab troops on Saturday launched a search operation and recovered 3.2kg of heroin wrapped with yellow adhesive tape, from the village Daoke in this district.

'No bilateral extradition treaty': Pakistan on India's Hafiz Saeed request

Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistan Friday said it received India's request for extradition of the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the mastermind of the Mumbai terror attack Hafiz Saeed.

India must initiate dialogue with Pakistan to resolve matters, says Jammu and Kashmir's former CM Farooq Abdullah drawing reference to Israel-Palestine conflict

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President and member of Parliament Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday warned that India could meet the same fate as Gaza if a solution is not found through dialogue with Pakistan.