UN rights experts voice concern new laws may change demographic composition of disputed region.
Spokesman says Pakistan has been consistently supporting efforts for stability in Afghanistan.
By facilitating access, the governments of India and Pakistan can start to build trust and understanding between the two publics.
Defence analyst says Pakistani and Indian intelligence officials had been meeting for several months in third countries.
The back-to-back clashes began late on Saturday after troops cordoned off two villages in Shopian and Bijbehara.
FO says there cannot be peace in the region without resolving the Kashmir issue; return of Indo-Pak high commissioners unlikely.
Journalists say the new rules are meant to coerce them into not reporting.
Forum discusses situation along LoC, with a focus on the environment after recent ceasefire understanding.
Last week’s confusion over imports from India, according to sources, was an unexpected bump in this process of engagement.
"Given all our differences, they would be a good combination as interlocutors, or to oversee the dialogue," says Satinder Lambah.
Experts say US, China working to reduce violence.
Spokesman says Islamabad’s principled position on Jammu and Kashmir dispute stays unchanged.
The premier has instructed the commerce ministry, his economic team to take steps to facilitate the relevant sectors.
Hundreds march in solidarity with the freedom fighters while chanting slogans seeking end of Indian rule over the region.
“Pakistan’s position is anchored on the United Nations resolutions on the Kashmir dispute," says FO spokesman.
According to report, torture and cases of cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment were common in both countries.
Says if UN failed to resolve disputes and conflicts, there would be a huge question mark on its fate.
Says ceasefire agreement with India had been revived to safeguard the Kashmiri people.
Says he has dedicated his life to the freedom of occupied Kashmir.
Spokesperson says United States has “important relationships” with both Pakistan and India.
Official says Indian brutalisation will never be able to subjugate the Kashmiris.
'Sticky bombs', often used by Afghan Taliban, can be attached to vehicles and detonated remotely.
It is hoped that irritants to peace are eventually addressed in a frank and progressive manner by both sides.
India has committed over 13,600 ceasefire violations since 2003.
If India continues to be pampered and the Kashmiris’ plight ignored, peace in South Asia will remain a distant dream.
Shireen Mazari says 8m Kashmiris have been caged in one of the planet’s largest concentration camps.
Indian government took 24 foreign diplomats on a visit to occupied valley.
It was the fourth such incident involving anti-India fighters since foreign envoys arrived on Wednesday.
Say demographic change on a linguistic, religious and ethnic basis is under way in occupied valley.
In virtual address to UN moot, FM proposes global alliance against rise of Islamophobic, other violent racist groups.