Imran Khan's remarks on CAB blatant interference in India's affairs: BJP
"Imran Khan's comments on India's legislation constitute blatant interference in India's affairs...India is protecting minorities you (Imran Khan) failed to protect. With your views similar to the Congress on Article 370, CAB, etc, Tehreek-e-Insaf is looking like a new partner of Cong-led UPA," BJP spokesperson G V L Narasimha Rao said.
Threat to Pakistan from India increasing due to anti-CAA protest: Imran Khan
Khan in a series of tweets said that under the Modi government, ...
In balancing act, Pakistan to host Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Feb
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who had alleged that Pakistan skipped ...
Pakistan on hiring spree for US lobbyists, appoints third firm to push Kashmir agenda
China’s favoured lobbying firm — Brown Lloyd James — is believed to have been hired by Pakistan in the US to build up support for its Kashmir case. The firm in the past ran campaigns for erstwhile Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi, runs campaign for Qatar and has a branch office in Doha.
In concession to Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to host OIC meet on Kashmir
In a move that could impact ties with India, Saudi Arabia has agreed to hold a special foreign ministers’ meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) devoted to Kashmir after it persuaded Pakistan to back out of an Islamic summit hosted by Malaysia last week.
Pakistan government files review petition in army chief's extension case
A three-member apex court bench headed by then chief justice Asif Saeed Khosa on November 28 granted a six-month extension to Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa after being assured by the government that Parliament will pass a legislation on the extension/reappointment of an army chief within six months.
Gandhis not allowed to enter Meerut
The two had requested that they, along with another Congress leader, be allowed to meet the families, but were denied entry, Congress sources in Delhi said.
Indo-Pak ties in 2019: From brink of war to corridor of peace
The outgoing year solidify the fact that the mistrust between the two countries is deeper than perceived.
BJP slams Navjot Sidhu for praising Imran Khan
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra criticised Sidhu's remarks praising Imran Khan and describing him as the king of hearts. Sidhu had said, "Sikandar (Alexander) had won the world with fear and you won the heart all over the world." Patra alleged that by making such remarks, Sidhu sought to show Pakistan and Khan on a higher pedestal than India.
Protect rights of minorities, India tells Pak Prime Minister
MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar gave a befitting reply at the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva saying, “Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again peddled familiar falsehoods at a multilateral platform to advance his narrow political agenda by making gratuitous and unwarranted remarks on matters entirely internal to India."
Pak should focus on its minorities rather than commenting on India's internal matter: MEA
MEA on Imran Khan's remarks on CAB: Pak should focus on its treatment of minorities rather than commenting on India's internal matter.Pak sh...
Congress spreading confusion over CAB: Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Senior BJP leader and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan charged the Congress with speaking the "language of Pakistan" on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. The BJP leader asked those who were opposing the CAB, where will Hindu minorities in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan go for life and honour other than India.
Watch: Imran Khan inaugurates Kartarpur corridor on Pak side
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated other side of Kartarpur corridor on November 9. The corridor was inaugurated from both the si...
Watch: Navjot Sidhu reads love ballads for Imran Khan in Kartarpur
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on November 9 went to Kartarpur to attend the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur corridor on a special in...
Why has Pakistan indicted Hafiz Saeed, India's most wanted, now?
Saeed's indictment comes amidst growing pressure on Pakistan to rein-in terror groups and bring to justice terror group leaders. The indictment comes less than a week after Islamabad submitted a report to the FATF, which, in October, had kept the country on the Grey List, asking that it take more concrete steps to avoid being put on the Black List.
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