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Pakistan condemns Indian army chief’s statement over Kashmiri ‘human-shield’

ISLAMABAD -UNS – Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria has strongly condemned Indian army chief’s statement over ‘human-shields’ in Occupied Kashmir. In a statement given by Zakaria, he observed that human rights watch has branded Indian army chief’s statement a cruel act. He said that a …

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Three BJP leaders charged for criminal conspiracy in Babri mosque demolition case

An Indian court on Tuesday charged a minister and two senior leaders from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party with criminal conspiracy over the destruction of a mosque in 1992 that triggered deadly religious riots. The trio were accused of inciting a Hindu mob to destroy …

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Pakistan calls for steps for better protection of civilians in armed conflict

UNITED NATIONS- UNS : Pakistan has voiced concern that non-combatants continue to be treated as “fair game” by warring parties in conflict zones around the world, and called for firm measures to end attacks on medical facilities and staff engaged in saving lives. “Any attack …

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India clamps curfew across held Kashmir on first Ramadan

SRINAGAR, INDIAN-OCCUPIED KASHMIR: India clamped a curfew across Indian Occupied Kashmir for the first day of the Muslim Ramadan festival Sunday and partially cut telephone services to thwart protests over the killing of the successor to Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani. The lockdown in the …

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Kashmir freedom movement and Abu Ghraib

The extra judicial killing of Sabzar Butt by Indian Armed Forces has added fuel to the already volatile situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Yet another freedom fighter has embraced martyrdom and his body was wrapped in Pakistani flag at the time of his funeral attended …

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Pakistan calls on UN, international community to stop bloodshed in IoK

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan strongly condemning killing of 12 Kashmiri youth in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK), Saturday called upon the United Nations and international community to stop bloodshed in the held valley. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs SartajAziz, in a statement issued here by …

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India may carry out attacks in Pakistan: US intel officials

WASHINGTON: Officials from United States intelligence has warned US Congress that India may carry out attacks in Pakistan. According to reports, the US intelligence officials – addressing US Senate Armed Services Committee – have stated that India may launch attacks inside Pakistan to stop cross-border …

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ICJ cannot acquit Kulbhushan Jadhav: Sartaj

ISLAMABAD -UNS : Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, said on Saturday that Indian steel tycoon Sajjan Jindal’s visit to Pakistan was a private one and it had nothing to do with Kulbhushan Jhadav’s case. Conducting a media briefing in Islamabad, …

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ICJ stays Jadhav’s death sentence till final verdict

The Hague, Netherlands -UNS: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has announced its verdict on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case today (Thursday) and held his death sentence until the final verdict. ICJ admitted that Pakistan has proven that Jadhav is an Indian citizen, and he did not …

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India eyes at increasing nuclear power capacity

NEW DELHI  – India on Wednesday said it will develop 10 domestically-built heavy water reactors to increase its nuclear power capacity, as it looks to ramp up clean energy generation. The federal cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the plan to built the …

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