Airspace reopened to civil aviation "with immediate effect," Pakistan's aviation authority says, following months of curbs imposed in the wake of tensions with India since February sparked by a suicide attack on Indian troops in disputed Kashmir.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking to boost the popularity of the Bharatiya Janata Party by harping on national security issues and decades-old disputes with nuclear rival Pakistan. Will it help the party earn electoral dividends?
UN blacklists leader of Jaish-e-Mohammad, based and proscribed in Pakistan, on its list of global terrorists as China lifts objections. India hails decision, but Pakistan says listing approved after Kashmir dispute was de-linked from the group.
In one case a father visits three graveyards to offer prayers for his son. In another, a broken tooth became the only way to identify a slain rebel.
India's strikes on Pakistan were expected to bring a boon for the Modi government ahead of the general election in the country. Has it worked out that way?
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says Islamabad has credible intelligence that India is planning an attack between April 16 to April 20.
Pakistan prime ministry sources said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on a phone call, appreciated the move by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to release an Indian fighter pilot captured by Pakistan a day earlier.
The dangerous escalation between Pakistan and India should not be swayed by the media frenzy that currently operates parallel to reality and its terrifying consequences.
Pakistan's top civilian and military leaders have rejected India's claim of striking "terror camps" inside Pakistan, vowing to disprove India's assertions and warning of retaliation over any violation of Pakistan's airspace.
Is the Indian strike inside Pakistan an escalation towards war or is it a move that seeks to satisfy the Indian public's demand for revenge?
Islamabad questions New Delhi's "intelligence lapses", says India accepted unverified social media content as "gold standard" to accuse Pakistan of role in last week's suicide attack in disputed Kashmir that killed 44 Indian soldiers.
Local media reports that Kashmiris were assaulted by members of Hindu right-wing groups in Uttarakhand state as members of India's minority community members face backlash over last week's deadly attack in India-administered Kashmir.
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