Remaining an inactive observer along LoC will be "difficult" if Indian military attacks continue, says Imran.
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Pakistan rejects 'mischievous portrayal' by India of isolated incidents as minorities' rights issues
Summons senior Indian diplomat to protest such moves; Indian authorities asked to "focus on putting own house in order".
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However, there should be no illusions, unless the core issues affecting the Pakistan-India relationship are addressed.
“Remarks are reflective of the extremist mindset that has permeated state institutions of India,” says FO spokesperson.
Kashmir has been reaffirmed as an internationally recognised dispute, says Foreign Minister Qureshi after UNSC meeting.
Forum reviews evolving security situation in the Middle East with reference to the US-Iran stand off.
Shahzad Arbab and Syed Mustafa Kamal also join session titled "Another Local Government Law".
"Pakistan Armed Forces are fully prepared to respond to any act of Indian aggression," says military's media wing.
Ambassador Munir Akram says signals from India of "aggressive intent" towards Pakistan are "unmistakable".
India had alleged that Gurdwara Nankana Sahib was "vandalised and desecrated" in altercation between two Muslim groups.
"The RSS-inspired BJP government has absolutely no credentials even to pretend that it is a protector of minorities."
We are taking back with us good memories of Malir jail, says a released fisherman.
FM reiterates Pakistan's willingness to play a role in maintaining regional peace during call with counterparts.
"Difference between Nakana incident and attacks in India is that the former will find zero protection from the govt."
“Cumulative effect of a series of actions, including what happened in Kashmir. We seem to know we are isolated."
Conflict suits no one, least of all two countries armed with nuclear weapons.
"Pakistan's diplomatic efforts have exposed the Indian govt's agenda for promoting Hindu nationalism."
Pakistan rejects new Indian army chief’s ‘irresponsible statement on pre-emptive strikes across LoC’
Foreign Office says there should be no doubt about Pakistan's "resolve and readiness" to thwart Indian aggression.
366 Pakistanis are languishing in Indian jails, while 282 Indians are in the custody of Pakistani authorities.
"India's viewpoint always overshadows that of Pakistan in America which affects American policies," says the premier.
FM says LoC violations by Indian forces are an effort to divert attention from agitation against the citizenship law.
Imran Khan says he has informed COAS Gen Bajwa of the Indian threat and he has told him that the armed forces are ready.
In response, Pakistan Army troops damage Indian post and kill three Indian soldiers.
Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa says Pakistan's "quest for peace must never be misconstrued as weakness".
The premier's remarks follow a recent statement by the Indian army chief who had warned of an "escalation" at the LoC.
Indian army chief's statement an attempt to divert attention from protests against citizenship law: ISPR
"Pakistan armed forces shall befittingly respond to any Indian misadventure or aggression," Ghafoor tweeted.
Shah Mahmood says "extreme measures are being taken [by India] to suppress the rights of the Kashmiris."
Document shows the US understood the need to use the fighter jets, but was not happy with the decision.
Indian pilgrims normally visit Katas Raj twice a year where they celebrate their religious festival Maha Shivratri.
Controversial legislation passes just after midnight following raucous scenes in parliament, protests in country.