- US-Taliban peace talks cancelled over Kabul bombings: Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump on Saturday said that a secret summit with the Taliban and Afghanistan's leader has been called off, abruptly slamming the door on a year of diplomacy to end America's longest war.
- Pakistan shamed againIndia fails Pakistan's attempt to raise Kashmir issue at UNICEF
This comes two days after India had failed Pakistan's similar attempt at the South Asian Speakers’ Summit in the Maldives, saying Islamabad should put an end to all state support to terrorism, which is the “biggest threat” to humanity.Kartarpur Corridor TalksTalks with Pakistan over Kartarpur corridor today, India plans to close gaps in pact
India will be holding a meeting with Pakistan officials at Attari border on Thursday to close certain gap over Kartarpur corridor, a report said.Pakistan embarassedKashmir Issue: Imran Khan embarrassed again, cannot move ICJ
In yet another embarrassment for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, their lawyer Khawar Qureshi at the International Court of Justice admitted that there is no significant evidence to back its claims of genocide in Kashmir.Consular AccessKulbhushan Jadhav under high pressure to accept Pakistan's terms: India
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said the meeting was recorded, but there was no restriction on the "language of communication" between Jadhav and Ahluwalia.Consular Access to Kulbhushan JadhavPakistan to provide consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav today
At a time when tension between India and Pakistan is at its peak, the latter will be providing consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian national in their custody.Islam by choiceAdopted Islam of my own will: Sikh girl after reports of forced conversion in Pakistan
Sikh girl Jagjit Kaur, who was reported of forced religion conversion in Pakistan ahead of her marriage to a Muslim boy, issued an statement saying that it was her decision to chose Islam.World War 2!Kashmir Issue: Imran Khan threatens situation like World War 2, this time under 'nuclear shadow'
After one week of issuing a statement that claimed Pakistan may opt for nuclear weapon against India, Pak PM Imran Khan has once again threatened saying World War II like situation is likely, but “under the nuclear shadow” this time.Not worthy RewardWoman receives $3 million for getting wrongfully jailed in a murder case
Cathy Woods, 68, will continue to seek additional damages from the city of Reno and former detectives she accuses of coercing a fabricated confession from her while she was a patient at a Louisiana mental hospital in 1979, according to her lawyer, Elizabeth Wang.World NewsPakistan must behave like a responsible neighbor: India
"We condemn the irresponsible remarks and tweets by Pakistani leaders on matters internal to India," said foreign ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, referring to Pakistani ministers making threats following the government's decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir and split it into two union territories.World NewsBreathing problems arises as Amazon burns into ashes
During the first three weeks of August, the Cosme and Damião Children’s Hospital in Porto Velho admitted more than 400 children with respiratory problems — three times the average, according to officials.World News200 flights cancelled as a young man walks through wrong door at Munich airport
According to authorities quoted in a news report, he had briefly left a passenger area to use the restroom and became confused when he returned and all the other passengers were gone.World NewsBrexit: Queen approves suspension of Parliament
Queen has approved the special request of UK PM Boris Johnson to suspend parliament from the middle of next month, which will restrict MPs' ability to block a no-deal Brexit.World NewsSpied: How ISI recruits people in India
Nazir Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Jammu and Kashmir, confessed to headhunting for the ISI. His revelations came in different meetings with an India Today correspondent. The process includes one-on-one interviews with Pakistani brigadiers and majors stationed in Pakistani missions across several countries, including India.World NewsPakistan snubbed again! Russia reacts on Kashmir issue
Pakistan has been trying all possible ways to make the Kashmir issue international, after India scrapped Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.World NewsPakistan set to escalate tensions with India, may close air space
The statements came after Pakistan failed to put a point against India's decision to scrap Article 370 of Indian constitution at the United Nation Security Council earlier this month.World NewsImran Khan threatens India off nuclear war
“We have succeeded in internationalising the issue of Kashmir, we talked to world leaders and embassies. UN for the first time since 1965, convened a meeting on the Kashmir issue. Even international media has picked it up,” claimed Khan.World NewsPM Modi, President Trump to meet today on G7 Summit sidelines: Discussion on Kashmir likely
The Prime Minister arrived in France's southwestern tip on Sunday evening from Bahrain on a personal invitation from French President Emmanuel Macron.World NewsFact Check: Old pictures of Amazon Forest Fire fuel online outrage
Old pictures of fire at the Amazon forest have created an outrage among the social media users, claiming that the lives of animals need urgent attention and help. While pictures related to the fire have flooded the social media, an AFP fact check on Wednesday found most of the images are decades old or not even in the country.
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