India put in ‘Shameful’ list of 38 Countries for Reprisals on Rights Activists by UN

India put in ‘Shameful’ list of 38 Countries for Reprisals on Rights Activists by UN

The annual report from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres included allegations of ill-treatment, surveillance, criminalisation and public stigmatisation campaigns targeting victims and human rights defenders in the countries. The UN listed 38 “shameful” countries including China and Russia on Wednesday which...
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After Jammu, India, Pak trade fire along Uri sector in Kashmir

After Jammu, India, Pak trade fire along Uri sector in Kashmir

After several civilian killings along the International Border in Jammu region, the armies of India and Pakistan traded fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri region of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district Wednesday night. An official said that Pakistan.....
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India, US conspiring to sabotage Indus Waters Treaty: Khawaja Asif

India, US conspiring to sabotage Indus Waters Treaty: Khawaja Asif

Pakistan has accused India and the US of being “involved in an international conspiracy to sabotage the Indus Water(s) Treaty”,+ reported Pakistani media. India is “also supporting the conspiracies being hatched by Afghanistan against Pakista...
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India, Pakistan trade fire along LoC, 5 civilians killed scores injured

India, Pakistan trade fire along LoC, 5 civilians killed scores injured

Five civilians were killed as the armies of India and Pakistan traded heavy fire along the Line of Control in Poonch sector, reports said. An official said that Mohammad Showkat and his wife Shafiya were killed after a shell fired...
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India, Pakistan to hold talks on Kishanganga, Rattle hydropower projects in US

India and Pakistan would hold three-day secretary-level talks on the Kishanganga and Ratle hydropower projects from April 11 in Washington following the “intervention” by the US and the World Bank, a senior Pakistani minister has said. Speaking on ...
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India, Pakistan must include Kashmiris in dialogue: Mirwaiz

Chairman of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today said India and Pakistan should “evolve a mechanism to include the people of Kashmir in the proposed composite dialogue”. Speaking to media persons before leaving for New Delhi...
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India, Pakistan to rely on secret diplomacy for Kashmir deal: Reports

India, Pakistan to rely on secret diplomacy for Kashmir deal: Reports

Indian representatives will use ‘back channels’ for in-depth discussions on Kashmir ‘Secret diplomacy’ will be the strategy that India and Pakistan are likely to rely upon to broker a deal on the long pending Kashmir dispute, a report i...
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India, Pak get back to the dialogue table, but people of Kashmir have little hope

India, Pak get back to the dialogue table, but people of Kashmir have little hope

India and Pakistan may have finally ended their diplomatic deadlock with the meeting of National Security Advisors in Bangkok, but the news has been met with little enthusiasm in the Kashmir Valley, where most people expressed pessimism about the future...
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India, Pak can’t move ahead without resolving Kashmir: Geelani

India, Pak can’t move ahead without resolving Kashmir: Geelani

Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani today asserted that any dialogue process between India and Pakistan would prove futile until the Kashmir issue is resolved in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of its people. He said all issues...
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India, Pak have no option but to travel path of peace

India, Pak have no option but to travel path of peace

Death looms large on the borders. The uncalled for manifestation of muscular power of the Pakistani army is visible in the ghastly sight of scattered bodies of women and children on either side of the international border. Without any fear of...
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