Following ICJ ruling, Pakistan to grant consular access Kulbhushan

Pakistan has announced that it will grant consular access to the death-row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav, a day after the International Court of Justice directed Pakistan to immediately inform Jadhav about his rights and provide him consular access. Read More
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Mission Shakti: US expresses concern over A-SAT space debris

Taking a note of India’s A-SAT test the US has said that it will continue to pursue its shared interests with New Delhi in space and technical cooperation, but expressed its concern over the issue of space debris. Read More
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China gives evasive answer about its position on Azhar

China had been blocking the move to designate Jaish-e-Muhammed founder Maulana Masood Azhar as a global terrorist for years on behest of Pakistan – its all-weather friend. Read More
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Indian air strikes in Pakistan: New Delhi informs world capitals

India informed the envoys of all major countries about its air strikes deep inside Pakistan, including the one on the Jaish-e-Muhammed’s biggest terror training camp in Balakot, on Tuesday, just a few hours after the strikes. Read More
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China urges India and Pakistan to maintain ‘restraint’

In a reaction to India’s “non-military preemptive strike” on a major Jaish-e-Muhammed terror camp in Balakot, China said that it hopes for the two countries to maintain “restraint” and “do more to improve bilateral relations”. Read More
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Reuters journalist denied entry into India for violating visa rules

Cathal McNaughton, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who works as a chief photographer with Reuters news agency at its Delhi office, has been denied re-entry into India for allegedly violating visa rules. Read More
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