New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday attended the 12th edition of BRICS Summit where he made a veiled attack on Pakistan and said countries that support the terrorists should be held accountable.
Pakistan’s biggest single drug haul of 2020 was made on November 12 in the Pasni coast area of Gwadar District of Balochistan, when the Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) confiscated 751 kilograms of methamphetamine and heroin, worth an estimated PKR 20 billion in the international market.
New Delhi: India and the US have issued a joint statement where the nations have urged Pakistan to take necessary measures to end terror activities emanating from its soil.
Tucked away in a small by-lane in Changklan Road in Thailand’s northern city of Chiang Mai is a nondescript restaurant called ‘Al Hussein’ that sells the typical Indian fare of naan bread and curry.
New Delhi/UNI: Amid fresh security threats from across the western borders ahead of the Independence Day, senior officials in the security establishment have indicated that that Pakistani drug syndicates’ activities in Jammu and Kashmir has become a matter of major concern.
Islamabad/IBNS: When the world is battling a continuous war against COVID-19, Pakistan, which is itself struggling to contain the highly infectious disease, has doubled the number of terrorists waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir from its 14 operational launch pads, media reports said.
Mangaluru, Mar 9 (UNI/IBNS): Union Home Minister Rajanath Singh on Saturday said Pakistan will have to pay a heavy price if it continued to encourage, promote and shelter terrorists.
New Delhi/Washington, Mar 2 (UNI//IBNS) In a season when Indian's western neighbour has come under intense international pressure even from its trusted allies, a prominent Pakistani writer and a former ambassador of Pakistan to the United States Husain Haqqani has said that Islamabad's three-decade old 'strategy of supporting' militancy in J&K has failed.
Washington, Jan 30 (IBNS): A US intelligence report has said that terror groups supported by Pakistan will continue to conduct attacks in India and Afghanistan.
Washington/New Delhi, Aug 22 (IBNS): India has welcomed US President Donald Trump's speech where he spoke about his administration's new Afghanistan strategy and even attacked Pakistan for giving 'safe haven to agents of chaos, violence, and terror'.