Pak talks tough on border firing by India


Sialkote, Aug 29: A day after nine Pakistani civilians were killed in Indian border shelling, Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif Saturday talked tough and warned India that it would suffer more losses than 1965 war as his country is an atomic power and its forces are professionally trained and well equipped.Speaking to media representatives after visiting injured of unprovoked Indian firing here, Asif said the Indian government ... ...Read

Pakistan has national consensus on Kashmir: Basit

Rising Kashmir Desk

Srinagar, Aug 29: Pakistan High Commissioner in New Delhi, Abdul Basit Saturday said there is a national consensus on Kashmir in Pakistan. ... Read

UN team visits Sialkot village to observe damages in Indian firing


Islamabad, Aug 29: A three-member observer team of the United Nations (UN) visited the Working Boundary at Kundanpur village in Sialkot on ... Read

Farooq calls for end to border shelling

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Jammu, Aug 29: Calling for an immediate end to shelling from across the border, opposition National Conference President Farooq Abdulla ... Read

18 army men injured in army camp blast

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Srinagar, Aug 29: At least 18 soldiers army men were injured Saturday when an explosive went off accidentally at an army camp in Khrew are ... Read

Govt couldn’t do much for flood victims: Altaf

Irfan Rashid

Srinagar, Aug 29: Ahead of the first anniversary of the devastating floods that hit Kashmir last year, Minister for R&B, Syed Muhammad Alt ... Read

59-day Amarnath Yatra ends

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Srinagar, Aug 29: Over 3.52 lakh pilgrims paid obeisance at the cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas this year as the 59-day ... Read

G M Bhat elected Jamaat Amir

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Srinagar, Aug 29: Ghulam Mohammad Bhat was Saturday elected Jamaat-e-Islami Amir.Bhat was elected Ameer after securing 61 out of the total ... Read

Mirwaiz asks UN, HR bodies to help probe enforced disappearances

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Srinagar, Aug 29: Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Saturday stressed upon the United Nations and international human r ... Read

Peerzada Ashiq joins ‘The Hindu’

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Srinagar: Senior journalist Peerzada Ashiq is joining the Jammu and Kashmir bureau of reputed newspaper ‘The Hindu’ after quitting ... Read

Pak bans ISIS


Islamabad, Aug 29: After repeatedly denying the militant outfit's presence within its territory, Pakistan on Saturday banned the Islamic St ... Read

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