New Delhi, Mar 30: Pakistan has yet again raked up the Kashmir issue and this time the country has linked it to the coronavirus outbreak.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office made public the letter written by its foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi to the UN Secretary General and the president of the security council. In the letter he describes as dire humanitarian situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
New Delhi, Mar 25: Pakistan is the only SAARC nation that has not contributed to the COVID-19 fund for grouping. The grouping has already received commitments to the tune of 18.8 million USD.
It may be recalled that the fund was created with an initial contribution of 10 million USD from India. This was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a video conferencing with the leaders of the grouping on March 15.
New Delhi, Mar 20: India would face an immense challenge along the Line of Control, with the number of coronavirus cases increasing in Pakistan. The number of cases in Pakistan rose following the return of a large number of people from Iran.
Nearly 5,000 of them returned to Lahore from a pilgrimage in Iran and this could have led to the spread of the virus.
New Delhi, Mar 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 9 Khalistan Zindabad Force terrorists in connection with the Punjab drones case. It may be recalled that several drones had been sent into Punjab from Pakistan with arms and ammunition last year. It was further revealed that the accused smuggled consignments of arms, ammunition, explosives and fake Indian currency from Pakistan.
New Delhi, Mar 18: The role of more Islamic nations apart from Pakistan have come under the scanner of the agencies, who are probing the Delhi riots. While the role of Pakistan was text book, the agencies now have under their scanner NGOs from Malaysia.
An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that the NGOs from Malaysia and Pakistan worked closely with those with India to spread a toxic propaganda. Money was pumped in and social media handles were activated for this toxic spread. The main intention was to incite the Indian Muslims to indulge in violence the officer cited above also informed.
New Delhi, Mar 17: The probe into the Delhi riots is now increasingly pointing towards the role of Pakistan. The role of Pakistan in the Delhi riots has cropped up at least twice during the probe conducted by the various agencies.
It was a mix of both internal and external elements that led to the Delhi riots, an Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia.
Union home minister Amit Shah stated that there is proof that the riots in Delhi was funded internationally and money was routed from other parts of the country to be distributed in Delhi
Bengaluru: Union home minister Amit Shah made a startling revelation when he exposed an international conspiracy relating to the recent riots in northeast Delhi. Shah said that the Centre has information that the money came from abroad and the rest of the country and was distributed in Delhi.
Several agencies have told us that the money came from abroad and from the rest of the country before it was distributed in Delhi before the morning of February 24.
The chatter that has been picked up suggests that a handler in Pakistan is cursing one of the organisers in India about the lack of crowds. According to former Research and Analysis Wing officer, Amar Bhushan, one cannot negotiate with a mob. Bhushan told MyNation that no amount of coaxing is going to work as these are a highly radicalised bunch of people.
Bengaluru: There was always a suspicion, but now there is a confirmation with respect to the Pakistan link to the ongoing protests in India against the newly amended citizenship law.
The Intelligence agencies have pieced together evidence of the Pakistan link to the protests based on the chatter that has been picked up. There has been plenty of chatter for the past couple of months and these have been very specific to the protests.
New Delhi, Mar 05: The Chinese ship that was seized recently by India had declared an autoclave as an industrial dryer.
The Indian authorities who detained a ship bearing a Hong Kong flag which was bound to Port Qasim in Karachi said that the vessel almost managed to get away. Had action not been initiated immediately, the ship would have got away and made its way into Pakistan.
New Delhi, Mar 01: India has pledged to build two new roads in a bid to signal its long term commitment of Afghanistan. The decision comes in the wake of the United States inking a peace deal with the Afghan Taliban in Doha.
The deal paves the way for the withdrawal of all foreign forces from the conflict ridden country in the next 14 months.