Two soldiers martyred in Indian firing across LoC

RAWALPINDI: Two soldiers were martyred as Indian troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations in Dewa Sector along the Line of Control. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations, Pakistan Army responded and target those posts which initiated fire. There have been

NCOC briefed on COVID-19 testing facilities, SOPs violations

ISLAMABAD: National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), the nerve centre for the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, was apprised that 102 laboratories were undertaking COVID-19 tests in the country. A meeting was held in Islamabad on Tuesday to review short-term

Indus Water Treaty violations

Amid escalating tensions and increasingly deteriorating relations, the Indian government has been finding new ways to hit back at Pakistan. India has been using a new weapon by threatening to cut down the water flowing to Pakistan violating the historic

Pakistan protests LoC ceasefire violations by Indian forces

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office on Friday summoned Indian envoy to lodge a strongly-worded protest for targeting civilians in unprovoked firing along Line of Control (LOC) yesterday. Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal summoned the Indian Charge d’ Affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia and

FO again summons Indian diplomat over ceasefire violations

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Friday once again summoned the Indian envoy to protest against unprovoked and constant ceasefire violations by Indian forces along the Line of Control. According to a statement, Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal summoned the

LoC violations: FO summons Indian deputy commissioner

ISLAMABAD: The Indian deputy high commissioner on Thursday was summoned to the Foreign Office where officials strongly condemned the Indian violations of the Line of Control ceasefire (LoC). Pakistan registered a strong protest with Indian Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia

Kashmir under strict lock down for past 51 days

SRINAGAR: Life in Indian occupied Kashmir remains paralyzed for the 51st consecutive day on Tuesday. The normal life in Kashmir remains to be paralyzed. The shops, businesses and other facilities are closed in the Valley. India’s Minister of Home Affairs

India’s unprovoked firing at LoC claims two lives

RAWALPINDI: At least two civilians of Azad Kashmir, including a three-year-old girl, were martyred and three others injured by India’s unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC) on Tuesday. According to the statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations