Pak India Ties
The failure of regional forums pushes states towards bilateral and multilateral engagement.
The fateful orders of August 5, 2019, are a blot on the constitution, which threaten to destroy the basic structure of the union of India.
The India-Pakistan conflict’s human toll is tragic and ongoing, and the impact of this attrition on individuals caught in the crossfire is relentless.
No access to govt of Pakistan account; officials term claim ‘baseless’ despite dozens of reports to the contrary.
Dawn has learnt that the ACC will also hold its meeting under BCCI president Jay Shah.
Permanent Court of Arbitration holds it is competent forum to mediate dispute over Kishanganga, Ratle projects.
Dispute pertains to India’s construction of Kishanganga and Ratle projects on Jhelum River and Chenab River respectively in held Kashmir.
All common problems can be confronted bilaterally and through the SCO, if India chooses to shun its rigidity.
Shehbaz, General Asim celebrate Eid with soldiers at border; FC salaries raised.
Foreign Office says his participation “illustrates the high importance that Pakistan attaches to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation".
Foreign Office summons Indian charge d’ affairs to register Pakistan’s protest, condemn incident, urges India to maintain peace along Line of Control.
Khawaja Asif says Biden should consider facts before feting "butcher of Gujarat"; FM Bilawal stresses major powers should not make the issue of terrorism a victim of geopolitics.
Pakistan’s suspension of trade ties with India was a classic case of emotions trumping reason, arguably a sin in foreign affairs.
The Hindustan Times quotes an ACC source as saying, "The Asia Cup model has been accepted by ACC and there would be no change."
Says he will try having it reviewed on becoming PCB chairman; IPC minister says decisions taken by interim committee after June 19 have no status.
Says Islamabad should not be pushed into a place where "we have to make some very hard choices".
Says for Pak-India ties to advance, New Delhi will have to remove obstacles hindering peace and reverse unilateral actions of 2019.
Directive says ministry has “no objection on participation of Pakistan football team in SAFF Championship”.
FO spokesperson says Indian agencies have "moved aggressively" to seize immovable properties of several Kashmiri activists.
Pakistan can import much from India and at far cheaper rates than from anywhere else in the world.
The nuclearisation of South Asia can be analysed from different angles.
Says it was a difficult decision to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting.
Foreign secretary says friendly countries’ decision to stay away from moot vindicates Islamabad’s position.
Says by taking such a step, "India's true face is coming forth in front of the world".
Deceased's family says he had left home to graze domestic livestock in the nearby forests along the unmarked dividing line.
Is the ‘old principled’ or the ‘new pragmatic’ view more realistic?
Fishermen detained in both countries called victims of "legal complexities, weak communication".
Calls it an attempt to "shift focus from the foreign minister's key message of conflict resolution through dialogue".
It appeared as if Jaishankar was speaking as the spokesman for the BJP instead of the Indian government
US scholar Michael Kugelman notes that FM Bilawal appears to have accomplished what Islamabad sought.