May 25, 2022 03:05 (IST)
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India slams Islamic nations' group for 'unwarranted' comments on J&K delimitation exercise

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Monday slammed the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for its "unwarranted" comments on the delimitation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir.

National Commission for Minorities raises concerns over killings of Sikhs in Pakistan

New Delhi: Chairman of National Commission for Minorities , Iqbal Singh Lalpura, raised concerns over the killings of Sikhs in Pakistan and urged the Ministry of External Affairs to take up the matter with the Pakistan government.

India registers strong protest with Pakistan on killing of two Sikh people in Peshawar

New Delhi: On the killing of two Sikh traders in Peshawar on Sunday, India said it has registered strong protest with Pakistan on the continued targeting of members of the minority community there and called upon the Pakistani authorities to sincerely investigate the matter and take strict action against those responsible.

BSF shoots down Pak drone in Amritsar sector

New Delhi/UNI: The Border Security Force (BSF) on Monday shot down a drone that entered Indian territory coming from the Pakistani side near Amritsar in Punjab.

US-based Pak Jamaat fronts weaponizing human rights issues to exploit Indian democracy: Report

New Delhi: DisinfoLab, a non-profit organisation tackling disinformation and calls out fake news and propaganda, said in its latest report that human rights issues were being weaponized by the United States-based Pak Jamaat fronts to exploit Indian democracy.

Balochistan: CPEC's Achilles heel

On April 26, 2022, at least five persons including three Chinese nationals, their Pakistani driver and a security guard, were killed when a women suicide bomber blew herself up near a van transporting Chinese nationals from Karachi University (KU) hostel to the Confucius Institute in Karachi, the provincial capital of Sindh. The three deceased Chinese nationals were identified as Confucius Institute Director Huang Guiping, and staffers Ding Mupeng and Chen Sa.

America's USCIRF chair colludes with Pak-backed Islamist groups to defame India, says media report

An Indian digital publication has revealed that United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), a US federal government commission, has been colluding with well-known radical Islamist groups with Pakistan links to stigmatise India.

Centre blocks 10 Indian, 6 Pakistani YouTube channels

New Delhi/UNI: Using the emergency powers under the IT Rules, 2021, the Centre has blocked 16 YouTube news channels for spreading disinformation on India's national security, foreign relations and public order.

Gujarat: ATS, Coast Guard apprehend Pak ship with Rs 280 cr worth heroin

New Delhi: The Indian defence authorities on Monday confirmed a Pakistani ship was apprehended on the Indian side of the Arabian sea near Gujarat, with the consignment of heroin worth Rs 280 crores.

Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistani Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist killed during Kulgam encounter

Srinagar: A Pakistani Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist was killed in an ongoing gun battle in Kashmir's Kulgam district, officials said here on Saturday.

India condemns US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's visit to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir

New Delhi/IBNS: India on Thursday condemned US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's visit to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Pakistan gives more time for Indian aid to Kabul

Islamabad: The Pakistani government has granted India's request to extend the time period for overland transportation of humanitarian assistance from New Delhi to Afghanistan.

Pak PM Sharif raises Kashmir issue in letter to Modi seeking 'peaceful ties' with India

Islamabad/New Delhi/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has penned a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing his desire for peaceful ties between the two nations that he said could be best achieved through peaceful resolution of all outstanding disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir.

As it grapples with challenges inherited from Imran Khan, the focus of Pakistan’s new government should be on regional peace

A historical event in Pakistan’s political trajectory was witnessed in the wee hours of 10 April, when after much dramatic fuss and needless political wrangling and feet dragging by the then Prime Minister Imran Khan, the no-trust vote against him was finally held and yielded a narrow Opposition victory.

Peaceful settlement of outstanding disputes is indispensable: Shehbaz Sharif in 'Thank you' note for PM Modi

Islamabad/New Delhi/IBNS: Pakistan's new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday returned PM Narendra Modi's greetings on his selection as the country's leader, mentioning its "sacrifices" in fighting terrorism and that disputes over Jammu and Kashmir should be settled peacefully.