Millions in the Himalayan region will be able to receive service messages from Wednesday.
"The closure of the mosque has robbed me of my peace. I've been subjected to spiritual torture."
Condemns Indian govt's siege of over 4 months, demands an end to "gross abuse, atrocities" being inflicted on Kashmiris.
For reasons of history and geography Arab nations (and Iran) look west and seldom bother about developments in the east.
Shireen Mazari says the Foreign Office has not kept pace with change.
Foreign Minister Qureshi says Pakistan wishes to see the peace process lead to "inclusive intra-Afghan negotiations".
The Aug 5 move has so poisoned the well that it is difficult to see a path to normal relations with India.
Four-member delegation of activists hold meeting with the wife of Kashmiri leader Mohammad Yasin Malik.
Bill urges India to ensure that any actions taken respect people's human rights and adhere to international laws.
PM to attend five-nation summit of Muslim countries in Malaysia, says FO Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal.
Minor boys held by police and threatened with further torture recount their experiences in custody.
The Swedish king and his wife are on a five-day visit to India.
Ahsan Iqbal and Naveed Qamar assail the govt for, what they called, running the govt through ordinances.
Aug 5 has transformed Kashmir from a longer-term diplomatic challenge to an existential challenge for Pakistan
There are no risk-free options to stop genocide, save Kashmir, and avoid war with India.
"I want to assure Kashmiris that we will fight your case. Let the whole world know any deal on Kashmir is unacceptable.”
The world begins "16 days of activism" to eliminate violence against women.
Tuesday was one of the region’s most violent days since New Delhi imposed a security clampdown there.
Resolution moved by Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib.
Police are said to be humiliating families visiting leaders at a sub-jail.
Brad Sherman, who heads a House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia, writes to State Department for the purpose.
Imran Khan tells US president he must continue his efforts to facilitate a peaceful solution of the Kashmir dispute.
Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it plans to sue the Indian government for damages.
HRW also points out that India has used "excessive force" to respond to protests by Kashmiris.
Text of the letter shows that it is the sixth such letter that has been written by the FM to UN officials.
"Imagine the fate of women in occupied Kashmir where such men wield power with total impunity," says President Alvi.
A US Congressional panel also endorses the Kashmiri demand for the right of self-determination.
Indian minister’s remarks that normalcy has returned to disputed territory rejected by FO.
FO says deliberations of the commission reinforce internationally recognised disputed nature of the Kashmir issue.
Army chief calls on PM Imran to discuss security situation, situation in occupied Kashmir and at western border.
Is this how a democracy — which India claims to be — behaves?