Posts Tagged ‘Pakistan’

Indian Chief Minister says Pakistan ‘should be ready to lose occupied Kashmir’

   Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday warned Pakistan to stop supporting terrorism and added that it should be ready to lose Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir (PoK). “Article 370 has been revoked. Now, Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) too is ours. Pakistan should be ready to lose PoK. For fulfilling the dream of united India, we are ready to […]

India will eventually take control of Pakistan Kashmir, Indian FM predicts

The region of Kashmir currently administered by Pakistan “is part of India and we expect one day that we will have physical jurisdiction over it,” Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar told a news conference on Tuesday. He added that India faces a “unique challenge” from Pakistan, accusing Islamabad of “openly” using terrorism as part of its […]

‘Putin is a big voice in the world’: Khan hopes Russia will get closer to Pakistan

Khan told RT’s Paula Slier that although Moscow and Islamabad were on opposite sides of the barricade during the Cold War, it is time to put the past behind and start anew. “The world has changed. We should develop a new relationship – and I hope we do,” he stressed. I hope now Russia would […]

Pakistan denies Indian president permission to enter airspace

Prime Minister Imran Khan approved the move in light of India’s treatment of people in occupied Kashmir, Qureshi told Pakistani media, adding that the state’s concerns about Kashmir would be raised with the UN’s Human Rights Council. India’s President Ram Nath Kovind is due to travel to Iceland, Switzerland and Slovenia next week as part […]

India’s move in Kashmir sowing seeds of war: Pakistan army

Pakistan says India’s behavior regarding Kashmir is a bad omen for the region that jeopardizes security. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the disputed region of a status that granted it autonomy in August. Pakistan called the move “illegal.” The spokesman for Pakistan’s armed forces, Major General Asif Ghafoor, said in a televised news conference […]

Pakistan ‘most dangerous country’ in the world with ‘fastest-growing nuclear arsenal,’ says Mattis

Having spent decades in the military before serving as Trump’s defense secretary from January 2017 to January 2019, Jim ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis made the worrying statements about Pakistan in his new book ‘Call Sign Chaos.’ Throughout the book Mattis, a former top US Marine Corps commander in Afghanistan and later head of US Central Command, […]

All aboard the crazy train? Pakistan’s railways minister threatens India with mini nukes

Railways minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, who is in charge of his country’s choo-choo trains and not of its nuclear arsenal, has announced that Pakistan has developed nukes that weigh as little as 125 grams. And there’s some more bad news for India: According to Ahmad –who clearly knows what’s he’s talking about– these miniature marvels […]

Shia Muslims celebrate Ghadir festival across Pakistan

Muhammad Toori Press TV, Karachi Fireworks, lucky draws and children painting contests, these celebrations in the port city of Karachi are for the day of Ghadeer, the perfection of religion day. Across Pakistan Shia Muslims are celebrating the historic occasion of Ghadeer when Prophet Muhammad PBUH appointed Ali Ibn-e-Abi Talib as his successor. This […]

Kashmir is "nuclear flashpoint" says Pakistan army after India’s commitment to ‘no first use’ policy remark

   A day after Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that India’s commitment to a ‘No First Use’ nuclear policy is subject to future circumstances, Pakistan army described the Kashmir issue as “nuclear flashpoint”. Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor on Saturday said: “Kashmir is definitely a nuclear flashpoint.” Ghafoor further said […]

Kashmir is ‘definitely a nuclear flashpoint,’ Pakistan Armed Forces spokesman warns

“Kashmir is definitely a nuclear flashpoint,” Major General Asif Ghafoor, chief spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces, said on Saturday. He added that Pakistani armed troops are ready to repel any time, describing the dispute as a long-term struggle. Ghafoor’s remark comes just hours after reports of another fatal exchange of fire along Kashmir’s Line […]

Pakistan’s Black Day of Awakening — Eurasia Future

One of the primary differences between developing and developed nations is that developed nations are defined by the accomplishments of their past whilst developing nations are defined by their present day struggles. Since 1947, Pakistan’s primary struggle has been to unify occupied Kashmir with the rest of its western territories. […] The post Pakistan’s Black… via […]

Khan claims Pakistan ‘doesn’t fear death,’ as Modi maintians stony silence

In recent days, Khan warned the Indian government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that “no force can stop” Pakistan from achieving its goals, adding that India will “fail miserably in its attempt to smother the Kashmiri liberation struggle.” Also on rt.com India vowed not to use nukes first, but that may change one day – […]

Pakistan observes ‘Black Day’ as tensions with India over Kashmir boil over

Pakistan has observed a “Black Day” to coincide with India’s Independence Day celebration as tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors boil over the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. More than 1,000 people marched through Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir on Thursday. They held black flags and shouted slogans against India’s rule over the Muslim-majority region “As long […]

India rejects Pakistan army’s claim of 5 Indian soldiers dead in border clashes in Kashmir

Islamabad also said that three Pakistani soldiers had been killed after a cross-border exchange of fire. Later on Thursday, Indian news agency ANI reported that India denied any casualties among its military. On Wednesday, Pakistan reportedly summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia over alleged ceasefire violations along the LoC. Also on rt.com Gunfire exchange […]

Pakistan’s Incomplete Independence Day

By Adam Garrie Source The profound Choudhry Rahmat Ali was not only the inventor of Pakistan’s name but in great part he was the inventor of Pakistan’s purpose. His seminal 1933 work Now or Never; Are We to Live or Perish Forever? also know as the Pakistan Declaration outlined the supreme necessity of a south Asian homeland […]

Floods and rain leave 26 dead in Sindh Province, Pakistan

   Monsoon rain and floods in Pakistan’s Sindh Province have left at least 26 dead, according to Sindh’s Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA). PDMA said at least 16 people died in Karachi district, which was one of the worst hit areas. Heavy rain and flooding damaged buildings and inundated streets. Deaths were caused electrocution from […]

‘Imam of peace’ tells Pakistan to ‘be honest’ about Kashmir belonging to India

Australian Imam Mohamad Tawhidi tweeted that “both Pakistan and Kashmir belong to India,” adding, “Muslims converting from Hinduism to Islam doesn’t change the fact that the entire region is Hindu Land.”  Tawhidi, who calls himself the “imam of peace,” said that India is older than both Islam and Pakistan, and called on Pakistan to “be […]

The Pakistan-India info-war and the Israeli X Factor

Agha Hussain Posted originally to Regional Rapport on 12 July 2019. Regardless of how weak India’s media propaganda might be, Pakistan still has much to do in gaining the upper hand against it. The vast difference in the size of online presence of the two countries’ populations factors in here as much as Pakistan’s lethargic, […]

Pakistan cuts last remaining transport link to India over Kashmir dispute

Pakistan has suspended a bus linking Lahore to India’s capital in reaction to New Delhi’s revocation of the autonomy of the disputed Kashmir region. Arshad Ali, tourism officer at Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation that runs the Pakistan leg of the journey, said on Saturday that the government had issued directives that meant the bus, […]

Pakistan halts final rail link with India in Kashmir dispute

Pakistan has decided to suspend the last rail link to India in reaction to New Delhi’s revocation of the autonomy of the disputed Kashmir region. “We have decided to shut down the Thar Express as well,” Pakistan’s Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed said at a press conference on Friday, in reference to the weekly service […]

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