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Editorial: Modi government’s stiff attitude towards Pakistan risks embroiling the region in further tensions
Despite the government’s utmost efforts, India has maintained its cold attitude towards talks.
Protest staged at Attari railway station against New Delhi for disallowing train from Pakistan.
The two shook hands and exchanged pleasantries during their interaction on the sidelines of the summit.
Despite Pakistan granting India permission for Modi's plane to fly through its airspace, India decides against it.
Pakistan had fully closed its airspace on Feb 26 after an Indian Air Force incursion near Balakot.
A White House official made these remarks while talking to Indian journalists in Washington this week.
There seemed to be a brief thaw as the foreign ministers exchanged pleasantries in the Kyrgyz capital last month.
Imran felicitates Modi on assuming office for a second term; New Delhi says meeting between two PMs not expected at SCO.
PM Imran and Indian premier Modi are scheduled to attend Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
FO also lodges protest against "harassment and maltreatment" of guests at Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi.
Foreign Minister Qureshi questions patriotism of the two legislators.
Modi’s previous stint in power witnessed a militarised response to Kashmiris’ yearning for freedom.
Post-Pulwama confrontation discussed at an event about Pakistan’s nuclear journey.
The enormous mandate the Indian voters have given to Modi’s BJP could not have come about by accident.
According to media reports, Pakistan is understood to have decided to protest against the harassment.
Prime Minister Imran Khan may meet the Indian PM at the SCO summit in Kyrgyzstan next month.
PM Imran expresses desire for Pakistan and India to work together for betterment of their people.
"She (Swaraj) had complained that we sometimes talk in a bitter manner so she brought sweets today," says FM Qureshi.
Pakistani authorities had set over 350 Indian fishermen free as a "goodwill gesture" last month.
FO says there is no backchannel between Pakistan, India for bilateral lifting of airspace ban.
FM Qureshi was briefing parliamentary Kashmir Committee on the govt’s efforts for highlighting Kashmir struggle.
The An-12 aircraft was intercepted by two Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jets after it deviated from its scheduled flight path.
Fishermen’s Cooperative Society warns of agitation if its demands are not met.
Aasia Bibi has left the country, confirms FO spokesman.
Modi and BJP have used anti-Kashmir and anti-Pakistan sentiment to pivot away from his economic record and other issues.
When it comes to nuclear warfare, words matter.
Indian army's targeting of innocent civilians along LoC reflects height of cowardliness, says AJK PM.
Foreign minister says SBP governor, FBR chairman shown door over their performance.
Indian FM's statement that New Delhi wants Islamabad blacklisted confirms FATF is being 'politicised by India': FO