25 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Hardening its stance further, India has once again virtually rejected Pakistan's latest invitation for talks on Kashmir, saying it is willing to discuss cross-border terrorism which was its "core concern".
23 Aug 2016
United Nations: Three of the nine places cited by India as addresses of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan have been found incorrect by a UN committee, which has removed these from its list. One of the addresses which have been dropped by the UN Security Council's Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee was found similar to that of a residence of Islamabad's envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi.
16 Aug 2016
London: England dropped struggling batsman James Vince for their one-day international series against Pakistan, it was announced today.
17 Aug 2016
Islamabad/New Delhi: India on Wednesday rejected Pakistan's proposal to hold Foreign Secretary-level talks on Kashmir and asserted that it would discuss aspects related to cross-border terrorism which are central to the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
12 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the government was ready to address "grievances" of all sections of people in Jammu and Kashmir as per the Constitution but made it clear that there cannot be any compromise with the nation's integrity.
01 Aug 2016
Islamabad: A three-day conference of Pakistan's envoys to key multilateral institutions and countries, including India, began on Monday to deliberate on a host of issues like the Kashmir situation, Indo-Pak ties and relations with the US.
19 Aug 2012
No request for asylum has been received from the Hindus who have recently crossed over to India on pilgrimage visas, the government on Sunday said.
03 Aug 2016
Birmingham: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has urged his top order "to go big" in the third Test against England at Edgbaston starting today.
02 Aug 2016
Birmingham: Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur is desperate to see a greater return from his top-order batsmen in the third Test against England at Edgbaston starting tomorrow.
17 Jul 2016
New Delhi: In the midst of his bitter fight with the Centre on a range of issues, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today accused the PM Modi dispensation of turning its ties with Delhi government into an "India-Pakistan" type situation and said absence of obstacles would have helped him achieve four times of what has been done so far in the city