PM Oli opens new fronts of Indo-Nepal disputes

Needling India further, the K.P. Oli-led Nepal government has started the construction of a helipad at a disputed site in Bihar besides beginning the installation of 360-degree CCTV cameras in a no-man's land near Uttarakhand along the India-Nepal border

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Pakistan FM Qureshi asks OIC to stop dragging feet on Kashmir meeting

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in an unusually sharp warning asked Saudi Arabia-led Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Wednesday to stop dilly-dallying on the convening of a meeting of its Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) on Kashmir

Pakistan will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with its Kashmiri brethren: PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday expressed that Pakistan will always be with its brothers and sisters in the "Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir"(IIOJK) until they get the right to self-determination through a free and impartial plebiscite under the United Nations as per the relevant UNSC Resolutions

Two more kidnapped Indian engineers freed in Afghanistan

India said on Tuesday two more of the seven Indian engineers kidnapped in northern Baghlan province in May 2018 had been freed and had returned to the country, the Hindustan Times reported

Investigation of Pakistani shelling completed: Kabul delegation

A high-ranking Afghan government delegation sent to investigate the recent clash between Afghan and Pakistani forces at the Chaman crossing in Spin Boldak said Tuesday that their investigations have ended, and the results will be shared with the central government

India rubbishes Pakistan's new map as 'obsession with territorial aggrandisement'

India on Tuesday slammed Pakistan, saying it is obsessed with territorial aggrandisement after the Imran Khan government issued a new political map which includes parts of Gujarat and the Union Territories of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir

Imran Khan unveils new map that shows Kashmir as part of Pakistan

On the eve of the first anniversary of the revocation of the contentious Article 370 and Article 35A, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan unveiled a new political map which includes the UT of J&K as part of Pakistan on Tuesday

Indian economic interests thwarted peace efforts between Islamabad, New Delhi: PM Imran Khan

Pakistan has exhausted all possible routes to amicably resolve its dispute with India but New Delhi's economic interests have barred Pakistan's efforts from bearing fruit, said Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday

Al-Qaida aspires to gain from Hindu-Muslim strife in India, says Europol

Al-Qaida is making an all-out effort to capitalise on tensions between Hindus and Muslims in India using its Urdu platforms, said Europol, an European Union law enforcement cooperation agency

Pakistan to mark Aug 5 as Day of Exploitation to protest abrogation of Article 370

Pakistan will be marking the one-year anniversary of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) on August 5, 2020, with rallies, protests, events, speeches and commemorations, declaring the day as "Youm-e-Istehsal" (Day of Exploitation), when the Indian government abrogated Article 370 and 35A and changed the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories

India asked to appoint defence counsel in Kulbhushan Yadav case in Pakistan

The Islam­abad High Court (IHC) on Monday appointed leading lawyers as amici curiae in Indian "spy" Kulbhushan Jad­hav case and asked Attorney General for Pakistan Khalid Jawed Khan to once again seek response from the Indian government and Jadhav regarding appointment of counsel for his defence

Afghan President Ghani discusses peace process with Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday received a phone call from Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and expressed hope that the next phase of Afghan peace process would start soon, leading to the peaceful end of lingering conflict in the war-ravaged country

India to bring back 700 more Sikhs from Afghanistan

India is preparing to bring back around 700 more Sikhs who are have been tortured in Afghanistan

Pakistan foreign minister calls Afghan truce a 'breakthrough'

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi welcomed the three-day Eid ceasefire in Afghanistan, calling it "a major breakthrough," and said the decision to announce a truce in Afghanistan was not an easy decision and that Islamabad played a key role in the announcement

Pakistan, Afghanistan trade barbs over border clash

Pakistan and Afghanistan have traded allegations over a deadly border firing incident that caused casualties on both sides, it was reported on Saturday

Islamabad, Kabul trade charges over Chaman clash

Pakistan and Afghanistan on Friday traded allegations over deadly border firing incidents that caused casualties on both sides

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