Pakistan vows to respond to any Indian aggression in Kashmir
Prime Minister Imran Khan warned India on Wednesday (Aug 14) that Pakistan was prepared to respond to any aggression in the disputed region of ...
Pakistan has also expelled the Indian ambassador, halted bilateral trade and suspended cross-border transport services. However, analysts said the actions were unlikely to move Delhi.
Earlier this week Khan lambasted the international community for failing to challenge India and said turning a blind eye to the spread of Indian Hindu nationalism was the same as appeasing Hitler, a comparison he made again on Wednesday.
Millions were uprooted in one of the largest mass migrations in history, with experts estimating at least one million died in the communal violence unleashed by partition that continues to haunt the subcontinent to this day.Read more: CNA
Indian-controlled Kashmir under strict lockdown for 9th dayAn unprecedented security lockdown is keeping people in Indian-administered Kashmir indoors for a ninth day Tuesday. Indian troops patrolling the disputed region had allowed some Muslims to walk to mosques to mark the Eid al-Adha festival Monday and shops had been opened briefly on previous days. Witnesses
Malaysia cabinet to discuss residency of controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir NaikMalaysia's cabinet will discuss the permanent residency of controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday, said a minister who ...
Indian cricket great Dravid cleared of conflict of interestIndia's cricket board has cleared batting great Rahul Dravid of conflict of interest charges after he was made head of the national cricket ...
Malaysian ministers say Indian Islamic preacher should be expelledMalaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday, with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation. Naik, who has lived in Malaysia for about three years and faces charges
Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits Kashmir as tensions boil with IndiaMUZAFFARABAD, PAKISTAN (AFP) - Prime Minister Imran Khan travelled to Pakistani Kashmir on Wednesday (Aug 14) where he was expected to issue a fresh challenge to India over its recent power-play which has sent tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours soaring.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Kashmir curfew to be eased after Thursday: GovernorRestrictions on freedom of movement in the Indian-controlled part of Kashmir will be eased after Independence Day on Thursday, the state governor ...