Pakistan has prepared a new dossier about alleged militant activities of Indian prisoner on death row Kulbhushan Jadhav and will share it with the UN and foreign envoys stationed here, media reports have said.
Police in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir claims that they have arrested three suspected Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents for their alleged involvement in anti-state activities, according to a media report on Saturday.
India, Pakistan, China and Russia and several central Asian countries today deliberated on the situation in Afghanistan at a conference in Moscow, a day after the US dropped the “mother of all bombs” in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province.
Indian high commissioner in Islamabad Gautam Bambawale will be meeting Pakistan foreign secretary Tehmina Janjua in connection with the case of retired Indian navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been given death sentence+ by an army court there
To deny “operational space” to the ISIS, the US dropped its biggest non-nuclear bomb, GBU-43, on a series of caves in eastern Afghanistan used by the terrorist organisation.
Pointing out at the irony of Pakistan sentencing Kulbhushan Jadhav to death and claiming itself to be a peace-loving country at the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said Nawaz Sharif makes such statements due to the Pakistan Army?s control over him.
India on Tuesday warned Pakistan of serious consequences for their bilateral relationship if it executes a retired Indian naval officer convicted of espionage and sabotage.
Pakistan may not get the remaining USD 350 million of the USD 900 million coalition support fund from the US as it has not done enough against the dangerous Haqqani terror network to get the required certification from the Defence Secretary, officials said.
Pakistan said on Monday that a military court has sentenced to death former Indian navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav for allegedly spying and stoking violence in Balochistan
There has been a lot of speculation on India’s nuclear doctrine since Vipin Narang, a nuclear strategist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said, “There is increasing evidence that India will not allow Pakistan to go first,” at a conference on nuclear policy hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for Internation Peace, a Washington-based think tank.