Tushar blames Modi's govt for undermining secular and multicultural traditions that his namesake sought to protect.
Police say 24 students have been rounded for allegedly defying government orders.
Says the cross-border hostility from India is "of a unique type" today; FO spokesperson says Pakistan "reviewing" New Delhi's SCO invite.
Jawaharlal Nehru University says "strict action" will be taken if the documentary is screened on campus.
Orders issued to Twitter, YouTube to block any uploads, links of the video, says an adviser to Indian government.
New Delhi tells two social media giants to block first episode; next installment to air on Tuesday.
Civil Aviation also fines Air India’s director of in-flight services 300,000 indian rupees in addition to the carrier’s penalty of 3m rupees ($37,000).
“The whole area has been cordoned off and a search operation is underway,” police say.
Says Pakistan "not interested" in cross-border operation in Afghanistan, both countries have to work together against terrorism.
BBC says documentary was “rigorously researched” and involved a “wide range” of voices and opinions.
"My followers know my tweets and they knew that it was a joke/satire,” the parody account’s owner says.
The proposal would stop social media platforms from hosting any information that the authorities identify as false.
According to a draft proposal of the country’s IT rules released this week, information identified as “fake or false” would be prohibited.
"We have collected 71 bodies so far. The search for the last one will continue,” top district official in Pokhara says.
Clarification comes after PM Shehbaz said he was open to holding talks with Indian counterpart Modi.
Both countries — along with Australia and US — are part of the Quad alliance of powers concerned about China's military might.
Kabul police spokesman says security forces have initiated a serious investigation into the incident.
Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch says FO has "zero tolerance" for misbehaviour and mistreatment, expresses surprise over timing of incident.
Authorities in Uzbekistan say 20 children died last month after consuming a syrup imported from India.
Official denies reports that blast took place when foreign ministry officers were holding a meeting with Chinese representatives.