Pakistan is unlikely to respond militarily to Indian “surgical strike.”

Pakistan is unlikely to respond militarily to Indian “surgical strike.”

Washington, October 1 (NIA): Pakistan is unlikely to militarily respond to the Indian “Surgical Strike” across the Line of Control in Kashmir but the larger sub-conventional war against India using militants will continue, says Ashley Tellis of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a top American think-tank said. "I think Pakistan has its hands full right now, it is unlikely...

Pakistani-turned Indian singer Adnan Sami tweets support for Indian surgical strike against Pakistan

Pakistani-turned Indian singer Adnan Sami tweets support for Indian surgical strike against Pakistan

Mumbai, October 1 (NIA): Popular Pakistani singer Adnan Sami who secured Indian citizenship last year, much to the dismay of fellow Pakistanis, has tweeted admiration and support for the Indian army’s “surgical strike” against terrorist launch pads in Pakistan. “Big congratulations to @PM and armed forces for mature strategic strike at terrorists. Salute,” Sami tweeted. Sami's tweet soon went viral...

Indian film producer resigns from producers’ association protesting against ban on Pakistani artistes

Indian film producer resigns from producers’ association protesting against ban on Pakistani artistes

Mumbai, October 1 (NIA): Indian film producer Rahul Aggarwal has resigned from the Indian Motion Picture Producers’ Association (IMPPA) in protest against its decision to ban the use of Pakistani artistes and technicians till relations between India and Pakistan improve. Rahul who is the son of the IMPPA President T.P.Aggarwal and producer of the 2013 Sunjay Dutt starer Policegiri, said...

Love thy neighbor, even as a pretense, it helps

Love thy neighbor, even as a pretense, it helps

By, Shahzad Chaudhry Islamabad, September 30 (The News): Mathew 22:39. “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as yourself”. Except that both India and Pakistan are not largely Christian and therefore not bound by the second Commandment of the Bible. Their own respective denominations though are replete with the same sentiment about the ‘rights of the neighbour’, but for the moment only...

Pakistani exhibitors take off Indian films from screens following Indian ban on Pakistani artistes

Pakistani exhibitors take off Indian films from screens following Indian ban on Pakistani artistes

Lahore, September 30 (NIA): Cinemas across Pakistan on Friday decided to stop screening Indian films temporarily after the Indian Motion Picture Producers’ Association decided on Thursday to stop using Pakistani Artistes and technicians till India-Pakistan relations improve. The management of Lahore's Super Cinema has announced in a Facebook post that they will cease the screening of all Indian films in...

Indian Film Producers Association decides not to employ Pakistani artistes till India’s relations with Pakistan improve

Indian Film Producers Association decides not to employ Pakistani artistes till India’s relations with Pakistan improve

Mumbai, September 29 (ANI): In the latest development on the cultural front of the on-going India-Pakistan conflict, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) has “banned” Pakistani actors, singers and technicians from working in India till “normalcy” returns to India-Pakistan relations. A resolution to this effect was passed during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the association on Thursday. "We’ve passed...

Despite the military exercise with Pakistan, Russia will not dilute its traditionally strong ties with India

Despite the military exercise with Pakistan, Russia will not dilute its traditionally strong ties with India

By, Vladimir Mikheev Moscow, September 29 (Russia Beyond The Headlines): The Russia-Pakistan military exercises, under a peaceful name, ‘Friendship-2016,’ are unfortunately taking place in the wake of the unprecedented deterioration of relations between New Delhi and Islamabad. Caught in the middle of a nasty war of words raging from both capitals, Moscow apparently does not wish to be even collaterally...

Seven terrorist camps hit and 38 killed in Indian surgical strike across the Kashmir-Pakistan border

Seven terrorist camps hit and 38 killed in Indian surgical strike across the Kashmir-Pakistan border

Islamabad/New Delhi, September 29 (NIA): Although the Indian government has not mentioned any casualty figures yet regarding the Wednesday night “surgical strike” against terrorist camps inside Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, the Indian media has claimed that seven terrorist launch pads had been attacked and 38 terrorists were killed. The Pakistanis have admitted to two deaths. Meanwhile, Dawn reports that Pakistani experts have...

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