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As part of Islamabad’s diplomatic efforts, New York State Assembly had passed a resolution on February 3, this year to observe February 5, 2021-Kashmir Solidarity Day as “Kashmir-American Day”. The day was observed to express wholehearted support of the Pakistani nation to the just struggle of Kashmiri people for their inalienable right to self-determination under the UN resolutions.
The EU DisinfoLab has exposed an Indian disinformation network to discredit nations, particularly Pakistan. It aims to reinforce pro-Indian and anti-Pakistan and anti-Chinese feelings.
“India is backing ISIS in the region. It is unfortunate that terrorists targeted Hazara workers in thinly populated area of Balochistan. It is a part of that wider plot hatched by India to destabilise the country," said Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Recently, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN Munir Akram handed over to the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres a dossier on India’s campaign to promote terrorism in Pakistan by pointing out that it was violation of international law, the UN Charter and Security Council resolutions.
By Sajjad Shaukat PAK VT Past experience shows that our political parties have worked on undemocratic principles like hostility for the sake of hostility and...
India will station its security forces in the IOK permanently, but New Delhi’s plan to set up CRPF permanent camps for its battalions will badly fail.
For years, India has been lobbying the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international watchdog, to blacklist Pakistan, accusing Islamabad of using the banking system to sponsor terrorism. Pakistan has been on the grey list of the FATF since June 2018.
The Taliban have welcomed Donald Trump’s Peace Tweet as a positive step towards the implementation of the US-Taliban peace deal. But is there a double game being played?
Due to the military clampdown, shortage of foods, medicine for the patients and coronavirus-affected, Kashmiris have been facing painful deaths. In order to conceal India’s state terrorism, Kashmir has been cut off from the rest of the world.
During Chinese National Day, the military parade in the Tiananmen Square in Beijing is followed by about 100,000 civilian performers. The nation’s newest military technology is on full display, which includes military tanks, helicopters, fighting aircraft and the DF-41-China’s new intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The media of China and Pakistan must counter the hostile propaganda of the US-led countries against the CPEC, as certain entities do not want to see development and prosperity in Pakistan or China or the region.
A positive change has occurred in Americans towards Islamabad, who know that after the withdrawal of the US/NATO forces from Afghanistan, stability in that war-torn country and the region is essential for American global interests. For that purpose, Washington needs Pakistan’s assistance.
Pak Army and Rangers have been boldly responding to India’s unprovoked shelling inside the Pakistani side of Kashmir. During street to street fighting, without bothering for their lives and by air-dropping commandos at the risky places, our forces made a great headway in disrupting the militants’ supply routes and links.
Former Vice President Joe Biden stated on June 26, 2020, “India should take all necessary steps to restore the rights of all the people of Kashmir.”
Indian forces have broken all previous records of gross human rights abuses by martyring tens of thousands of the Kashmiris through brutal tactics, pallet-guns and various kinds of torture.
Kashmir has been denied their genuine right of self-determination. In 1947, they organised themselves against the injustices of India and launched a war of liberation which New Delhi tried to suppress through various forms of state terrorism.
Since August 5, 2019 Prime Minister Modi’s government ended special status of Jummu and Kashmir to turn Muslim majority into minority in the Indian Occupied Kashmir. Following this, the Indian central government issued a notorious map on October 31, 2019, bifurcating Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories resulting in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.