Pakistan

US lawmakers urge India to end occupation of Kashmir

The voice of the Kashmiri people, who have been living under siege since Aug 5 when India forcibly merged their land with the union, is now resonating in the US Congress where key lawmakers are urging
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

Pak PM demands UN peacekeepers, observers should be allowed in Occupied Kashmir

Pak Prime Minister Imran Khan has demanded that the UN peacekeepers and observers be allowed in Occupied Kashmir where India intends to carry out genocide of Muslim population.
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

Pakistan sensitising world on IOK issue: Pak FO

Pak Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal on Wednesday said the government was evaluating the possibilities of raising the issue of Indian Occupied Kashmir’s illegal annexation at all in
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

India keeps silence on water accord renewal

India may have finally provided Pakistan floodwater discharge data for the Sutlej River days after it released water from the Ladakh dam. But it is creating an immense headache for Pakistan’s water a
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

Pak PM Imran vows to raise Kashmir issue at every forum

Pak Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that the Indian government was trampling all the humanitarian principles and the international law, as it oppressed the people in occupied Kashmir.
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

Qureshi briefs Swedish counterpart on illegal Indian move in IOK

Pak Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday briefed his Swedish counterpart on the illegal and unilateral actions taken by India to alter the disputed status of Indian occupied Jam
PUBLISHED 22 August 2019

“If attacked, AJK to be turned into Indian forces’ graveyard”

Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masood Khan warned India on Tuesday that if it carried out a strike on AJK, the whole state would be turned into a graveyard of its forces
PUBLISHED 21 August 2019

Govt making efforts to mobilize OIC to raise voice against HR violations in IOK:

Special Assistant to the Pak Prime Minster on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said the government is making efforts to mobilize Islamic countries from the platform of Organizati
PUBLISHED 21 August 2019

India finally shares floodwater discharge data

India has finally shared data related to floodwater discharges in the River Sutlej with Pakistan, pledging to fulfil its responsibility under the Indus Water Treaty of 1960.
PUBLISHED 21 August 2019

Law ministry undecided on taking Kashmir issue to ICJ

As the federal government on Tuesday announced to take the Kashmir issue to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the law ministry has yet to give its opinion whether to move the UN top court.
PUBLISHED 21 August 2019
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Opinion
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MANY attempts have been made to establish and hold peace, reconcile and heal wounds during
Editorial
India must “work towards reducing tensions” in the wake of the abrupt cancellation of the ...
A CLOSED-DOOR, single-point agenda meeting that excludes the parties to the dispute from t...
ONE of the singular characteristics of a country’s drift towards autocracy is an increasin...
PAKISTAN’S Independence Day was a particularly appropriate occasion to express solidarity ...
India claims that it is imposing a blackout in Kashmir for security purposes and to ensure...