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Geneva, Mar 15: At a time when relationship between two nuclear armed nations- India and Pakistan- have deteriorated over the Pulwama attack and the subsequent incidents, experts assembled on the sidelines of the 40th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva said the support given by PM Imran Khan's nation to terror is creating a worrying situation in South Asia. more
China again blocks move to blacklist Masood Azhar as global terrorist, India disappointed

 New York/New Delhi, Mar 13: China on Wednesday  blocked for the fourth time a move to designate as global terrorist Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed's chief Mas ...

China willing to play constructive role to ease India-Pakistan tensions: Senior diplomat

Islamabad (Xinhua/UNI): China was willing to play a constructive role to help ease the tensions between Pakistan and India, and called on the two sides to refrain from taking any actions ...

Will India's diplomatic blitz bring Pulwama mastermind Masood Azhar to justice?

Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar is so "unwell" that he "can't even leave his house", Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Friday in an interv ...

UN rights chief ‘strongly condemns’ attack on Indian security forces in Kashmir

New York: The top United Nations human rights official has strongly condemned the suicide bomb attack against Indian security forces in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on 14 Februar ...

Kashmir of India enjoys more freedom than Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK), says US report

Washington: US-based independent democracy watchdog organization Freedom House has asserted in its 2019 report that the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir enjoys more freedom than Pakist ...

Iran warns Pakistan of action after suicide attack leaves 27 members of IRGC killed

Tehran: Amid killing of 27 members of the country's elite security force, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief has warned neighbouring Pakistan to initiate crackd ...

Pakistan: Hindu temple vandalised, PM Imran Khan orders "swift action"

Islamabad: As reports of vandalism of a Hindu temple emerged from Pakistan's Kumb town, country's PM Imran Khan directed for a 'swift and decisive action' against the perp ...

Pakistan calls talks between Taliban, US a "major diplomatic victory"

Islamabad: The Pakistan government on Sunday termed the recent negotiations held between US officials and Taliban as a "major diplomatic victory".

UNGA president Maria Fernanda Espinosa to visit Pakistan on Jan 18

New York: United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President Maria Fernanda Espinosa will visit Pakistan from Jan 18 to Jan 22, confirmed UNGA president spokesperson on Saturday.