The MP asked if London’s “actions match the rhetoric”, with reference to occupied Kashmir.
Labour party’s Sarah Owens urges UK govt to take a position against Kashmir’s illegal annexation.
Foreign ministers Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Mevlut Cavusoglu and Jeyhun Bayramov participate in second round of trilateral talks.
Rights activists say financial incentives have led to extra-judicial killings of innocent people.
Under a policy started in 2020, Indian authorities have buried scores of individual they say were "militants" in unmarked graves.
"This is a continuous battle and we will have to fight it collectively," says FM Qureshi in Senate session.
Dozens of Kashmiri activists rally in Islamabad to urge UN to ensure Kashmiris' right to self-determination.
PM Imran says Pakistan observes Jan 5 as a reminder to the United Nations of its unfulfilled commitment to the Kashmiris.
Pakistan has also called upon the UN to urge India to drop all fabricated charges against Andrabi, her husband and her associates.
India cannot be allowed to kill innocent Kashmiris at will and justify the crimes by labelling them militants.
The People’s Alliance should publish a black book of repressive laws.
Aasiya Andrabi is the founder of a Kashmiri rights group called the Dukhtaran-i-Millat, or Daughters of the Nation.
Pakistan calls for independent inquiry under international scrutiny into the "extra-judicial killings".
Says country was prosperous under Nawaz government.
A captain of the Indian army and two others have been charged with killing three labourers and passing them off as militants.
Nehru and Gandhi became nationalist icons in popular reckoning and the peasants the spoilers.
Charge sheet states the Indian army captain had killed the three labourers in a staged gunfight and passed them as militants.
"The RSS-BJP brand of ‘democracy’ only means the muzzling of the Kashmiri voice and will," the Foreign Office says.
Alliance wins 112 and BJP 74 out of the 280 seats; Congress gets 26.
Regional parties surged ahead in Kashmir while the BJP kept an upper hand in the Jammu region.
Pakistan’s UN Ambassador says the world body has reaffirmed Islamabad’s legal, political and moral case in support of Kashmiris.
Criticises decision to arrest opposition workers before Multan rally.
FO says the “baseless allegations” illustrate tactic of “virulent anti-Pakistan tirade” that RSS-BJP govt has often employed.
It is obvious that narratives are changing within the Muslim bloc.
Body also adopts a Pakistan-sponsored resolution urging the UNSG to initiate a global dialogue to counter rising Islamophobia.
Observers say only small numbers braved the security, Covid fears and snow-covered terrain to elect local council members.
FM Qureshi appeals to OIC countries to use their political influence to prevent Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan’s request for a meeting of the contact group on the issue also declined.
Council will discuss issues facing the Muslim world with particular focus on combating Islamophobia, Palestine, Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan reserves the right to “act in self-defence” against India’s unending aggressions, warns Pakistani envoy to UN.