Tag: Pakistan

Maoist attack: Chhattisgarh police trying to trace missing jawan | India News

RAIPUR: Bastar police are exploring all possibilities to trace the missing CoBRA jawan who is suspected to be held captive by the Maoists. After an...

India-Pakistan dialogue must continue, say peace activists at virtual brainstorming session | India News

BATHINDA: India and Pakistan peace activists came together for a virtual brainstorming session, trying to find a way forward for the peace movement, how to...

No trade with India under current circumstances: Pakistan PM Imran Khan | India News

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan decided that Pakistan cannot go ahead with any trade with India under the current circumstances after holding consultations with key...

Pakistan may lift ban on Indian cotton, sugar imports, sources say

Pakistan is considering lifting a nearly two-year old ban on Indian sugar and cotton imports, as Islamabad tries to keep soaring domestic prices in check,...

Imran seeks conditions for result-oriented dialogue as Pak looks to reopen trade | India News

NEW DELHI: While there was no confirmation of any meeting between the Indian and foreign ministers Tuesday at the Heart of Asia conference in Dushanbe,...

Onus on Pakistan to create conducive atmosphere for meaningful dialogue: FS Shringla

India desires good neighbourly ties with Pakistan and is committed to addressing issues, if any, bilaterally, but any meaningful dialogue can only be held in...

India’s import of arms decreases by 33 per cent, says SIPRI

India’s import of arms decreased by 33 per cent between 2011-15 and 2016-20 and Russia was the most affected supplier, according to a report released...

Indus Commissioners of India, Pakistan to meet in New Delhi on March 23-24 | India News

NEW DELHI: The Indus Commissioners of India and Pakistan will meet here on March 23 and 24 to discuss a host of issues, including Islamabad’s...

Around 200 terrorists active in J&K; another 250 in launch pads across LoC: DGP

Around 200 terrorists are active in Jammu and Kashmir while intelligence inputs suggest that another 250 are waiting in launch pads across the border, Director...

J&K Police averted Pulwama-like suicide attacks in south Kashmir: IGP Kashmir | India News

SRINAGAR: J&K Police on Wednesday claimed to have averted a series of potential Pulwama-type terror attacks planned by Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad after arresting seven newly...

New game in Afghanistan: Fulfil strategic ambitions of imperial powers and facilitate loot for their corporates

Peace in the war-torn Afghanistan would remain a distant dream, as foreign forces are unlikely to exit any time soon and external influences would continue...

Pakistan asks India not to shy away from talks

Islamabad, Pakistan has reiterated its offer for dialogue and table talks to India, asking it not to shy away from negotiations on the issue of...

US, Russia warships dock in strategic Sudan port

A US warship docked in Sudan Monday a day after a Russian frigate arrived in the same key Red Sea port where Moscow is planning...

India tells Pakistan to stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism | India News

GENEVA: India said on Tuesday that Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, should stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights...

Recovery of ‘sticky bombs’ indicates initiation of new phase of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir: Officials

The recovery of ‘sticky bombs‘ from Samba sector in this region last month has set alarm bells ringing within the security establishment in Jammu and...

65% low, lower-middle income countries slashed education budgets after Covid-19 outbreak: Report | India News

NEW DELHI: Education budgets were cut by 65 per cent of low and lower-middle income countries after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic while only...

India’s 88 industrial clusters present a bleak picture of air, water and land contamination, says CSE report | India News

NEW DELHI: An evaluation of 88 clusters, identified by central and state pollution control boards (CPCB and SPCBs) as polluted industrial areas, has thrown up...

Pakistan continues in FATF ‘grey list’ despite intense lobbying

Pakistan did not exit the ‘grey list‘ of the FATF at the endof the anti-terror financing watchdog’s four-day meeting on Thursday as a number of...

Trust in almighty and self-confidence has kept them going in corona times | India News

DAOKE (AMRITSAR ): Surrounded on three sides by Pakistan, the residents of Daoke village are braving with the coronavirus pandemic with almost nil transport and...

Disengagement a win-win; strategies in place to deal with pending issues: Army chief | India News

NEW DELHI: Army chief General M M Naravane described the disengagement at Pangong Lake as a “win-win” for both India and China, stressing that there...

Pakistan unlikely to exit ‘grey list’ as FATF meets to decide its fate: Report

Pakistan is unlikely to exit the ‘grey list‘ of the FATF as some European countries have taken the stand that Islamabad has not fully implemented...

Pakistan’s foreign debt & liabilities continue to surge

Pakistan’s foreign debt and liabilities increased by $3 billion or 2.6 percent during the six months period ended in December last, the country’s central bank’s...

Effective response to Pulwama attack showed India can take strong decisions for its troops: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday said by giving an “effective response” to the 2019 Pulwama attack, India set an example that it can...

FATF to question Islamabad on LeT, JuD and JeM funding

New Delhi: The FATF plenary meeting which begins on Monday is expected to examine Pakistan’s representatives on funding of proscribed groups Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jamat-ud-Dawa and Jaish-e-Mohammed...

Twitter complies with govt request, blocks 97% handles | India News

NEW DELHI: There were signs of a thaw in Twitter’s tussle with the government after the social media giant took down over 97% of the...