18 Aug 2016
New Delhi: India's efforts to have "closer and broader" cooperation in South Asia often faced roadblocks due to "unique challenge" from Pakistan which tends to use terrorism as an instrument of policy of diplomacy, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said.
06 Jun 2016
Islamabad: Pakistan is not desperate to resume peace talks with India, a top official has said. There was no restlessness on the Pakistani side for a dialogue, Sartaj Aziz, the Adviser on Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, was quoted as saying in a news report today.
03 Sep 2016
Islamabad: India has created "an East Pakistan like situation" in Pakistan's restive southwestern province of Balochistan by helping the separatists active in the resource-rich tribal region, former interior minister Rehman Malik has alleged.
07 Aug 2016
New Delhi: 'India first' is the central point of NDA government's foreign policy which is aimed at protecting the country's strategic interests and ensuring robust economic growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.
17 Jul 2016
Lahore: LeT chief Hafiz Saeed today demanded Pakistan government to immediately suspend foreign and trade relations with India in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
20 Sep 2016
New York: Pakistani establishment seems to have developed severe paranoia of everything Indian since the Bloody Sunday unleashed by the terrorists harboured and nurtured in the safe havens set-up by them.
05 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Tightening screw on Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation, the central government on Monday took a stern action by restricting foreign funds to the organization without prior permission.
12 Aug 2016
Panaji: It is up to India to decide what position it wishes to take vis-a-vis the ongoing South China Sea row, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday.
28 Sep 2016
Islamabad: The 19th SAARC Summit to be hosted by Pakistan in November is likely to be postponed with four of the eight members of the South Asian grouping deciding to pull out.
15 Aug 2016
Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday invited India for talks on Kashmir, saying it is the "international obligation" of both the countries to resolve the issue, notwithstanding India's insistence that it would talk on "contemporary and relevant" issues in Indo-Pak relations.