It seems that Pakistan’s messages of conciliation continue to fall on deaf ears, says Pakistani ambassador to US.
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"There are some reports of Indian reluctance and creation of problems for the Yatrees," Dr Faisal says.
Foreign Office spokesman rules out ‘any deal’ on the issue of spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Pak-India friendly ties termed vital for regional peace.
Even in times of extreme tension, certain steps can help melt the ice.
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman's plane was shot down by the PAF over occupied Kashmir in February.
"India of today is not India of Gandhi and Nehru," says the foreign minister.
Judgement failed to uphold demands of justices, shows minorities are not safe in India, says FO statement.
Dr Faisal says pilgrims won't need to carry passports and will not be charged fee from Nov 9 to Nov 12.
Salim Saifullah says after filing the appeal with the ITF the PTF will decide about a neutral venue.
Kartarpur Corridor will be inaugurated on Saturday.
Pakistan's tennis ace Aisamul Haq Qureshi says he is heartbroken over the ITF's decision.
"The content of media reports in question is part of a malicious propaganda campaign that cannot be condemned enough."
New maps issued by New Delhi depict parts of Gilgit-Baltistan, AJK within the territorial jurisdiction of India.
International Civil Aviation Organisation says flights carrying national leaders are considered "state aircraft".
Foreign Minister Qureshi says the decision has been taken because of Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.
Many Indian troops were injured and their bunkers destroyed by Pakistani forces since February tensions, says DG ISPR.
The Chief of the Defence Staff post was announced by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his independence day speech.
"Under the agreement, the corridor will remain open seven days a week from dawn to dusk," says FO spokesperson.
The signing ceremony will take place at Kartarpur Zero Line.
"We should be all prepared for war," he says.
Foreign diplomats taken to Neelum Valley to debunk Indian army claim of destroying 'terror launch pads'
No official from Indian High Commission joined the foreign diplomats' team, says Dr Faisal.
It seems that the Indians are attempting to promote a psychological warfare campaign against Pakistan.
Military's media wing announces it will take foreign diplomats, media to AJK to disprove Indian claims of terror camps.
"Pakistan is all set to open its doors for Sikhs from all across the globe," premier announces.
"He is welcome even as a common participant," says Qureshi.
Foreign minister says New Delhi is building up nuclear and conventional military forces.
"Pakistan has the right to respond," says Dr Faisal, when asked about Modi's comments.
"We've requested a change in venue and ITF has promised to get back to us by Nov 3," says AITA secretary general.
"Statements provide insight into BJP mindset — extremist ideology, hegemonic ambitions, and obsession with Pakistan."