January 30, 2023 00:29 (IST)
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'Pak action forced...': India issues notice over Indus Water Treaty

New Delhi/IBNS: India had, on Jan 25, issued a notice to Pakistan for modification of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) of September 1960 following the Islamic country's "intransigence" on its implementation, media reports said Friday.

Delhi: Man killed, chopped to pieces on camera, 37-sec video sent to Pak

Delhi/IBNS: The dismembered body found in North Delhi on Saturday was of a 21-year-old youth, his murder accused told the police.

HRCP expresses concern over Pakistan flour crisis

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has expressed concern over the flour crisis in the country after several people were injured in different regions during a stampede over buying the food item.

'Won't allow terrorism to force us to the negotiating table': India's EAM Jaishankar in message to Pakistan

New Delhi/IBNS: India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has once again sent out a strong message to the country's hostile neighbour Pakistan stating New Delhi "won't allow terrorism to force us to the negotiating table".

Balochistan rises in revolt, reminds Pakistan of its Bangladesh loss

Fifty-one years on, Pakistan gets sharp reminders of its Bangladesh loss as yet another province, Balochistan, rises in revolt.

After Hindu woman's killing in Sindh, India calls on Pakistan to protect minorities

New Delhi/IBNS: India Thursday called on Pakistan to protect the minorities after the killing of a Hindu woman Daya Bheel in Sindh province of the neighbouring country.

Drone sighting along border with Pakistan tripled in one year: Reports

New Delhi: The India-Pakistan border is witnessing a three-fold rise in  drone sighting incidents, media reports said on Tuesday.

Indian Coast Guard apprehends Pakistani boat carrying arms, drugs worth Rs 350 crores off Gujarat

New Delhi/IBNS: The Indian Coast Guard (ICG), acting on the basis of intelligence input by ATS Gujarat, has jointly apprehended a Pakistani boat with six crew in Indian waters carrying approximately 50 kgs of heroin worth Rs. 350 crores.

Bannu Division: Terrorist Ferment

Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management

Jammu and Kashmir: Police unearth Pakistan-linked drug module, 17 arrested

Srinagar: In a major breakthrough in Jammu and Kashmir, police unearthed a Pakistan-linked module of narcotics smuggling by arresting 17 persons, including six policemen, and recovered drugs from twin north Kashmir districts of Kupwara and Baramulla.  

India-Pakistan should engage in constructive dialogue for betterment of people: US

Washington: The US said it does not want to see India and Pakistan getting involved in 'war of words' but engaging in 'constructive dialogue' for the betterment of the people of both the nations.

Comment against Narendra Modi: BJP workers protest against Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto

Kolhapur: BJP leaders and workers on Saturday staged a massive demonstration against Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Zardari Bhutto to express their anger at his objectionable remarks on prime minister Narendra Modi and burned his photo and Pakistan's national flag at busy Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk here.

World sees Pakistan as an epicentre of terrorism: S Jaishankar

New Delhi: Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar slammed Pakistan and urged the nation to be a 'good neighbour.

'Hosting Laden and attacking neighbouring Parliament...': Jaishankar hits back at Pakistan over Kashmir at UN

New Delhi/IBNS: India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has strongly responded to Pakistan's raising of the Jammu and Kashmir issue, the flashpoint between the two Asian countries, at the United Nations Security Council or UNSC.

'Multilateral platforms are being misused to justify, protect perpetrators of terrorism': S Jaishankar's veiled attack on China, Pak at UN

New York/IBNS: In a veiled attack on neighbouring China and Pakistan, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday said multilateral platforms are being misused to justify and protect perpetrators of terrorism during an open debate at the UN Security Council.