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Infiltration bid is Pakistan's desperation to fuel unrest in Valley ahead of polls: Army

Srinagar/UNI: The infiltration bid that was foiled on Friday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla indicated desperation on part of Pakistan to fuel unrest in Kashmir Valley ahead of general elections, Army said.

'India Zindabad': Pakistani crew rescued from hijacked Iranian vessel thanks Indian Navy

New Delhi: The Indian Navy on Friday successfully rescued an Iranian ship that had been hijacked, along with its crew comprising 23 Pakistani citizens, in the Arabian Sea.

Indian Navy rescues 23 Pakistani crew members after intercepting hijacked Iranian vessel

The Indian Navy on Friday rescued a hijacked Iranian fishing vessel, which was carrying 23 Pakistani crew members while responding to a pirate attack on the Arabian Sea, officials said.

CAA- A boon for persecuted religious minorities in Indian neighbouring states

On March 11, 2023, India’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) notified the Citizenship Amendment Rules, 2024.

Pakistan govt to seriously contemplate the resumption of bilateral trade with India, says FM Ishaq Dar

New Delhi: Pakistan's Foreign Minister Muhammad Ishaq Dar has revealed Pakistan’s intention to carefully contemplate the resumption of trade relations with India, which have been inactive since August 2019, media reports said.

China's claim on Arunachal Pradesh ludicrous: Jaishanakar

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on Saturday rejected China's oft-repeated claim over Arunachal Pradesh, days after Beijing opposed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the northeastern state as "Ludicrous'.

BJP wants to settle Pakistanis in India with its CAA move: Arvind Kejriwal

Attacking the BJP over the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) before the Lok Sabha election, Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal alleged on Wednesday that the BJP has opened doors for illegal migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan, which is very dangerous for the country.

Another two extremist Pakistanis charged in a Dutch court for calls to murder far-right leader Geert Wilders

Reuters reported on 28 February that a Dutch court had said that it had charged two Pakistani nationals over public calls for the murder of far-right anti-Muslim leader Geert Wilders, who aims to lead a new government after his party won the Dutch general elections in November last year.

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.