Pakistan says it has started building a fence along the Afghan border in areas where it says militants have launched cross-border attacks on security posts in recent weeks.
A new government report obtained by the Pakistani media has revealed that the major source of funding for terror and extremist groups in the country is crime including extortion, smuggling and kidnapping for ransom.
While addressing the passing out parade of the BSF academy at Tekanpur, in Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that India is planning to seal the international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh as soon as possible.
Pakistan may replace its top envoy to India, Abdul Basit, who has completed his three-year tenure in New Delhi. Basit, the Pakistan High Commissioner to India, was appointed in March 2014 after he suffered a major disappointment when he was sure of being appointed Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary but last-minute wheeling and dealing resulted in the appointment of Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry.
India on Thursday advised Pakistan to control terrorism emanating from its territory and maintain diplomatic decorum.
India today upraided Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit for his remarks on the Jammu & Kashmir dispute, saying they contravened diplomatic protocol to the point of being considered an interference in the country’s internal affairs.
The only issue of dispute between India and Pakistan as far as Jammu and Kashmir is concerned is the illegal occupation of PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan by Pakistan, the government today said. Union minister Jitendra Singh reiterated India’s demand that Pakistan should vacate illegal occupation of these areas.
Pakistan continues to allow its territories to be used by terrorists operating in India, Afghanistan and other countries and they have the “tacit and overt support” of officials in the host government
Ceasefire violations by Pakistan and casualties on the Indian side of the Line of Control and the international border have come down after the surgical strikes by India, the government said today
India’s most ambitious foray into missile development is the Defence Research and Development Organisation’s (DRDO’s) anti-ballistic missile (ABM) system, designed to shoot down incoming nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles fired from Pakistan or China at Indian cities. This technologically challenging and controversial programme has made steady headway. On March 1, an interceptor missile, fired from Abdul Kalam […]