FO spokesperson says it must be clear that relations between India and Pakistan are linked to resolution of Kashmir dispute.
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"India has vitiated the atmosphere with its illegal, unilateral measures in occupied Kashmir and continuous belligerent rhetoric."
Says India's objection to Pakistan's political map at the SCO meeting was rejected which caused embarrassment for Delhi.
"Important that partner countries take an objective view of the issues of peace and security in South Asia," says FO spokesman.
At least four other persons were seriously injured due to the "indiscriminate and unprovoked firing".
Pakistan condemns Indian defence chief's 'belligerent rhetoric' about Pak-China military cooperation
"India’s defence capabilities have been embarrassingly exposed to the world not [long] ago," says Foreign Office.
“Indian representatives are deluding themselves by asserting that they will remove Kashmir from the agenda,” says Munir Akram.
US, UK, France, Germany and Belgium blocked the request to list 2 Indian nationals as global terrorists citing a lack of evidence.
“We have an excellent relationship [with the army’s top brass], I think it is the most harmonious relationship," says the premier.
"The BJP leadership must realise that it is directly responsible for the illegal actions of Indian occupation forces."
"The world knows well as to who benefited the most from the Pulwama attack and drew electoral dividends," says FO.
FO also rubbishes Delhi’s "malicious" propaganda against CPEC.
FO rejects India's 'unwarranted, irresponsible' comments on joint press release of China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ Strategic Dialogue
"India’s self-serving claims regarding Jammu and Kashmir, including parts under illegal occupation, have no basis whatsoever."
Mazari proposes pursuing the model of ‘Good Friday Agreement’ in 1998.
Indian PM claims his soldiers gave a befitting reply “from LoC to LAC” to those who attempted to transgress India’s borders.
The tit-for-tat continues as the world moves on.
Committee members urge government to take rigorous actions to counter illegal Indian moves.
Maj Gen Iftikhar says India's defence spending and budget compared to Pakistan's is affecting the region's conventional balance.
Military's media wing says various targets of "hostile intelligence agencies" are being investigated.
Politicians urge international community to take heed of the precarious peace situation in South Asia.
"They are restricted and locked up ... but minds and hearts cannot be locked up," says foreign minister.
Both Tilak and Jinnah, if they were alive today, would have been deeply distressed at the current state of India-Pakistan ties.
FO spokesperson Aisha Farooqui says Delhi’s newly acquired Rafale jets can be modified to deliver nuclear weapons.
Two AJK women had sustained serious injures due to "indiscriminate and unprovoked firing" by Indian troops.
"The Indian govt [...] has no locus standi to comment on elections in GB," says the FO spokesperson.
"We also vehemently deny presence of Chinese troops in Pakistan," Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar says.
"What happened in Mumbai, they wanted to do the same [in Karachi]; they wanted to spread uncertainty."
"The quadcopter had intruded 850 metres on Pakistan’s side of the LoC."
FO demands cancellation of certificates which locals believe are part of the move to disturb IOK's demographic profile.
Says Pakistan is concerned about the tension after clash in Ladakh region, in particular about getting dragged in.