New Delhi, Sep 25: While it became clear that Pakistan had stage managed the abduction and killing of the three special police officers in Jammu and Kashmir, reports now suggest that the next target would be the urban body and Panchayat polls.
New Delhi, Sep 22: The unfortunate killings of a BSF jawan and three special police officers derailed the foreign minister level talks. India made it clear that with such intentions there can be no question of talks with Pakistan.
New Delhi, Sep 24: Pakistan has broken all levels of decency and indulged in a couple of barbaric acts over the past one week. A BSF jawan, Narendra Kumar was shot and his throat slit recently.
Islamabad, Sep 22: Pakistan has gone on to glorify dreaded terrorist Burhan Wani. Pakistan has released a series of commemorative postal stamps glorifying the slain terrorist, Wani.
New Delhi, Sep 17: The arrest of Qamer uz Zaman, a Hizbul Mujahideen operative originally hailing from Assam has led investigators to probe a pan-India network of the outfit.
New Delhi, Sep 7: At the Indo-US 2+2 dialogue there was a major development relating to Dawood Ibrahim. The United States agreed to help India track down Dawood Ibrahim, who is currently hiding in Pakistan.
New Delhi, Aug 27: India is likely to raise the issue regarding Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar with the United States during the 2+2 dialogue to be held on September 6.
New Delhi, Aug 21: As the new dispensation took charge in Pakistan, Indian agencies have warned of attacks from Pakistan, especially from the sea. The Intelligence Bureau warning suggests that Pakistan army would look to keep the Indian Army busy in Jammu and Kashmir and the bordering areas, while it launches a sea borne attack.
New Delhi, Aug 20: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had written to Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, offering his congratulations, but there was no offer for dialogue. Pakistan’s foreign affairs minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi had claimed that Modi had written to Khan expressing interest in resuming the peace process.
New Delhi, Aug 20: For the last rites of former prime minister, Bharat Ratna, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, a host of foreign dignitaries including some from Pakistan had come down. Among the five delegates from Pakistan was one, Danyal Gilani, who is the half brother of David Headley, the Pakistan American terrorist, jailed for his role in the Mumbai 26/11 attack.