Pak India Ties
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.
It is commendable that the government has taken the matter as seriously as it has, and delved deep into cyber investigations.
Says it is up to India and Pakistan to decide when the time is right for Saudi mediation.
FO says evidence of India’s state sponsorship of terrorism against Pakistan has been shared with international community.
FO urges international community to "hold India accountable for systemic and blatant human rights violations of minorities".
FO says Pakistan will continue to support peace process and development in Afghanistan.
Blinken calls foreign ministers; US wants Pakistan, India to not allow their rivalry to further strain tense situation in region.
New Delhi once again blocks Pakistan's effort to participate in a UN Security Council debate on the Afghan situation.
FO's condemnation comes after Modi government declares August 14 "Partition Horrors Remembrance Day".
"The Indian allegation is just another manifestation of its baseless propaganda and smear campaign against Pakistan," says FO.
Urges world to redouble efforts to revive stalled Afghan peace process.
Information Ministry launches "Deep Analytics Report" on "Anti-State Trends" on social media.
“Obviously, we do not expect fairness from the Indian presidency for Pakistan,” says Ambassador Munir Akram.
Indian authorities had been asked to allow the group to travel via Wagah-Attari border crossing due to unavailability of flights.
The journalists were to attend a session of Legislative Assembly of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.
Delhi urged to put its house in order before making such claims.
“India will obviously use its presidency to promote its own narrative on various issues," says Pakistan's UN envoy.
Despite many wars and many near-war situations, neither country has been able to achieve its objectives through war or violence.
FO says Indian state and media remain busy "concocting baseless stories against Pakistan".
"Keeping a clandestine tab on dissenting voices is a long-standing textbook ploy of the RSS-BJP regime," FO spokesman says.
FO reaction comes after Indian foreign ministry spokesperson described the alleged abduction as “very shocking”.
Alvi expresses concern over world's silence on illegal uranium trade in India in meeting with Turkish commander.
Says evidence gathered during the investigation of the blast points to "Indian-sponsored terrorism".
Fawad says over 300,000 tweets originated from Ahmedabad within minutes during TLP protests.
NSA says he is not concerned by contacts between India and Taliban, stresses that the Taliban are also "not stupid".
FO says Pakistan will continue to oppose Indian attempts to change the demographic structure and status of IOK.
Calls upon the UN Security Council to fulfil its responsibility to ensure implementation of its resolutions on Kashmir.
The Pakistan-India relationship is an incredibly complicated one.