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Calls on international community to take immediate notice of Indian state-terrorism in IIOJK.
FO spokesperson says "myopic attitude" is rendering a valuable platform for regional cooperation increasingly dysfunctional.
Army spokesperson says speculation of deal with Nawaz "absolutely baseless"; talks with TTP "on hold" as operations continue.
Hindutva fears harmony. Period. It thrives on parochial strife.
India Charge d’ Affaires summoned to Ministry of Foreign Affairs to convey the govt's "serious concerns".
His chest-thumping and war-mongering is nothing but further evidence of India’s irresponsible behavior, FO spokesman says.
Decision taken on on an exceptional basis for humanitarian purposes; Afghan FM thanks Pakistan's ambassador to Afghanistan.
"India has no locus standi to even feign concern for minorities elsewhere," FO spokesperson says.
Calls Indian media report "factually incorrect, baseless and laughable".
Anurag Thakur says "the situation there (Pakistan) is not normal."
More than two dozen pilgrims visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib through the visa-free corridor.
FO demands that violent attacks against minorities in India be stopped, ensuring their safety and protection of places of worship.
Pakistan to host OIC's Council of Foreign Ministers summit in March, OIC delegation's report on Kashmir to come under discussion.
Emphasises the need for the provision of humanitarian support and assistance to the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir.
"The world has unfortunately kept its eyes closed and isn't talking to India as it should," he says.
The offence, if proved, carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.
Incident raises serious questions about the well-being, safety and security of Pakistani prisoners in India, FO spokesman says.
The school management expelled the teacher after screenshots of her WhatsApp status celebrating Pakistan's victory spread.
Says Pakistan and India can live as civilised neighbours if Kashmiris are given the right to self-determination.
Expectations that the recommitment to the LoC truce would pave the way for normalisation of ties have not been realised.
CPEC authority czar says US and India continue to “make attempts to manoeuvre Pakistan out of" China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Calls for boycott in India evoked by recent killings in occupied Kashmir; BCCI insists national team cannot withdraw from game.
The deteriorating security and human rights situation in occupied Kashmir is a matter of grave concern, FO spokesperson says.
Shootings and raids by Indian forces on rebels' hideouts in the valley have increased since Kabul's fall.
"While Pakistan is a peace-loving country, we will spare no effort in resolutely thwarting any aggressive designs," FO says.
Forum says "meaningful engagement, sustained support by international community" imperative for peace in Afghanistan.
Pakistan Hockey Federation secretary says Indian government is using delaying tactics over the issuance of visa.
India is the principal perpetrator, sponsor, financier and abettor of terrorism in the region, says Pakistani representative.
In Washington and UNGA, Modi-led diplomats lobby for "more careful examination and monitoring of Pakistan's role in Afghanistan".
FO summons Indian charge d’ affaires.