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'Time to hold Pakistan to account, not let them abuse UN platforms': India hits back at Islamabad

New York/UNI: India strongly hit out against Pakistan for its “desperate attempts to peddle falsehoods” against New Delhi by “abusing the sanctity of multilateral forums” and asserted that it was “time to hold Pakistan to account and not let them abuse UN platforms for spreading disinformation, hate and incite violence”.

BSF members seize 6.440 kg of heroin from Pakistani smuggler

Jalandhar/UNI: Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday seized six packets of contraband suspected to be heroin from the Punjab border.

Captured Pakistani LeT terrorist asks handlers to take him home

Uri/IBNS: A Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist, who was caught by the India Army during a live encounter in Uri sector, has asked his handlers in the neighbouring nation to take him back to his mother.

PoK activists demonstrate in London against Shah Mehmood Qureshi arrival

Activists from  Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on Monday demonstrated in London against the visit of Pakistan's  Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Kashmir: Infiltration bid eliminated in Uri sector, Pak terrorist captured

Srinagar/IBNS: A Pakistan terrorist was captured after an infiltration bid was eliminated in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir Tuesday.

India and Russia have same goals in Afghanistan where Pakistan pulls the Taliban strings: Experts

India and the world knows without official acknowledgement that the main problem in Afghanistan is not the Taliban but Pakistan while there is a scope for the Asian giant to do better in the present situation where Russia and China would not want things to go out of control, according to experts at a recent panel discussion. 

Country that uses terrorism as a tool should realise it is also a threat to them: Modi gives strong message to Pakistan at UNGA

New York: Indian PM Narendra Modi addressed the UN General Assembly on Saturday when he gave a strong message to Pakistan and said those using terrorism as a political tool should realise that it is also a threat to them.

Pakistan is an arsonist which is disguised as firefighter: India hits back at Imran Khan

New York/UNI: India on Friday gave a strong reply to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tirade against the country at the UN General Assembly and slammed Pakistan by calling it a nation which is an “arsonist disguising itself as a firefighter”. 

Pak minister blames India after Kiwis abort tour over security threat

Delhi/IBNS: True to its habit of pushing baseless propaganda against New Delhi instead of taking credible and verifiable actions against terrorism on its soil, a Pakistani lawmaker has said a threatening email emanating from India prompted the New Zealand cricket team to abruptly cancel its tour of the country.

Snakes in the Backyard

Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management

2 Pak agents arrested with 1.5 kg RDX, had plans to blow up bridges, railway tracks: Report

New Delhi/IBNS: The Special Cell of Delhi Police has arrested two terrorists, linked to Pakistan's ISI, with 1.5 kg RDX, according to media reports.

High alert sounded in Punjab after 'Pakistan-backed' terror module busted

Chandigarh/IBNS: A high alert was sounded in Punjab after the arrest of the fourth alleged member of a terrorist module that tried to blow up an oil tanker last month, media reports said on Wednesday.

Delhi Court sends two Pakistan-trained terror operatives to 14-day custody

New Delhi/UNI: A Delhi Court on Tuesday ordered 14 days police custody to two accused arrested, in connection with the case related to Pakistan-ISI coordinated and organized terror module that has been closely managed by underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's brother Anees Ibrahim.

India slams Pakistan at UNHRC, says does not need lessons from 'the worst abuser of human rights'

Geneva/New Delhi/UNI: India on Wednesday slammed Pakistan for misuse of the UN Human Rights Council platform to propagate its “false and malicious propaganda” against the country, and said that it “does not need lessons from a failed State like Pakistan which is the epicentre of terrorism and the worst abuser of Human Rights”.

Delhi police bust terror module, arrest 'Pak-trained' terrorists: Reports

New Delhi/IBNS: In a massive multi-state operation, the special cell of Delhi Police has busted a terror module and arrested six terrorists of whom two had recently returned after training in Pakistan, media reports said on Tuesday.