October 25, 2021 13:51 (IST)
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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi thanks 'lakhs of healthcare workers' for 1 billion Covid vaccination milestone | PM Modi, Amit Shah greet Indo-Tibetan Border Police on its Raising Day | Heavy firing in J&K's Poonch leaves three security personnel injured | Union Minister's son Ashish Mishra, accused in Lakhmipur Kheri violence, hospitalised | Lakhimpur Kheri violence: Three more arrested, say sources

Thousands protest against Pakistan in Bangladesh to observe Black Day recalling 1947 tribal invasion of Kashmir

Dhaka: Pro-liberation forces and liberal minded NGOs of Bangladesh, a nation which had sacrificed lives and faced tortures to gain their independence from Islamabad in 1971, hosted countrywide events to observe 'Black Day' on Friday to mark the brutal invasion of India's Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan over seven decades ago and the mindless atrocities committed on the people.

At UN, Pakistan Prime Minister urges ‘bold steps’ to prevent humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan

New York: Against the backdrop of what he called “a critical time” in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan said on Friday that if the situation there is neglected, “a huge humanitarian crisis” lies ahead.

We have right to raise voice for Muslims in Kashmir: Taliban

Doha/New Delhi/IBNS: Insurgent group Taliban, which has invaded Afghanistan, made it clear it would not stop only in the war-torn country but expand its activities in south Asian country India, which has a troubled relationship with Pakistan over Kashmir.

Pakistan's Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Sirajul Haq says Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is a victory for Islamic world

Lahore:  Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Sirajul Haq has said the "peaceful taking over" of Kabul by Taliban insurgents was actually a defeat of the US and a victory of Afghan people and the Islamic world.

No need for nuclear deterrent once Kashmir issue is resolved: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that there will be no need for nuclear deterrents once the Kashmir issue is resolved.

Take parliament into confidence on Kashmir: Pakistan opposition leader

A former Pakistan prime minister, now one of the prominent leaders of an opposition alliance, has called upon the government to take parliament into confidence and build a consensus about proposals for a solution to the Kashmir issue.

Sri Lanka cancels Pakistan PM Imran Khan's address to Parliament over concerns he may raise Kashmir issue

Colombo/IBNS: Sri Lanka has cancelled the address of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to its Parliament next week, apparently over concerns that he could raise the Kashmir issue in his speech, a media report said.

Jammu and Kashmir: GAD reconstitutes 8-member panel for Swachh Bharat Mission

Srinagar: The General Administration Department (GAD) Wednesday re-constituted an eight-member annual plan approval committee under the Information Education Communication (IEEC) and Capacity Building (CB) component of Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban).

Jammu and Kashmir: 2-day training programme on GeM begins at Kashmir University

Srinagar: Registrar of University of Kashmir Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir inaugurated on Thursday a two-day training programme for officers and officials of the varsity about the Government e-Market Place (GeM).

We did not let China play procedural games over J&K: French President Emmanuel Macron's Advisor

New Delhi: Emmanuel Bonne, Diplomatic Advisor to French President Emmanuel Macron, has said his country has never let China play any procedural games regarding the security concern in Kashmir.

Erdogan's Turkey plans to send jihadist mercenaries to Kashmir

Ankara: Seeking a lionshare in the Muslim world, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is planning to send its foreign jihadist troops to India's Jammu and Kashmir in an attempt to pan-Islamise the region.

Pakistan indulged in ethnic cleansing of local Kashmiris in 1947: CRPF official

Suneem Khan, a senior medico serving with Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Srinagar, has alleged that Islamabad was involved in ethnic cleansing in Kashmir during the Pakistani invasion of October 1947. 

Oct 22, 1947 should be observed as 'Resistance Day': activist Sajjad Raja

New Delhi:  Gilgit-Baltistan leader and activist Sajjad Raja on Saturday recalled the  invasion of Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan on October 22, 1947 and said the day should be observed as 'Resistance Day'.

'With China and Pakistan's backing, Turkey's Erdogan is eyeing Islamic world leadership'

Istanbul: With the backing of China and Pakistan, Turkey is aiming to achieve a leadership role in the Islamic world and oust Saudi Arabia from this place, according to an opinion piece published in a prominent news portal.

Twitter users slam Mahathir Mohamad over Kashmir remark

Kuala Lumpur: Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's remarks on the scrapping of Article 370 in Kashmir has earned flak from the Twitter users as he chose to keep silent on the inhuman treatment of the Uighur Muslims in China while attacking India which has fast-tracked development process in the Kashmir region after doing away with the stumbling block that was this temporary provision.