“Dire need to strengthen army because India never had the government it has today in the last 73 years”: Pakistan PM Imran Khan in...
In the viral video, Imran Khan stresses the need to strengthen army in the face of threat posed by the current Indian government
Pakistani journalist admits on TV that Pakistan trains and supports Sikh and Naga separatists against India
"You have used the Sikh and Nagaland faultlines and trained them against India", said the Pakistani journalist during his show
Shelling and firing by Pakistan has severely affected the people living in border areas forcing them to migrate.
On Vijay Diwas, watch rare footage of Pakistan Army surrendering to Indian Armed Forces after the humiliating defeat in 1971 war
The Pakistani forces in erstwhile East Pakistan, led by General AA Khan Niazi along with his 93,000 troops, surrendered unconditionally before the Indian forces. This historic incident paved the way for the creation of Bangladesh.
Anti-India sentiment is the ‘Churan’ that sells the most in Pakistan: Imran Khan’s party leader admits on TV
Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the anti-India sentiment is the 'Churan' that sells the most in Pakistan.
Separated from her family, kidnapped, converted to Islam and sold for an Ox: Story of Daphia who finally found her family in India
An old woman in Pakistan who was separated from her family during the partition, was abducted and converted to Islam, has finally united with her family in India over a phone call.
Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar claims he had turned down a £175,000 county cricket contract to fight Kargil War
Shoaib Akhtar revealed how he was ready to turn down a county cricket contract to fight for his country during the Kargil war
Read about the valorous tale of 1965 Param Vir Chakra winner Abdul Hamid – ‘The Tank Destroyer’ – on his birth anniversary
Abdul Hamid is remembered for his extraordinary bravery in the battle of Asal Uttar, one of the fiercest tank battles fought during the 1965 India-Pakistan war.
India to withdraw half of its staff from Indian High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan also to reduce staff in High Commission in Delhi by 50%
Two Indian officials working in Indian High Commission in Islamabad have gone missing reported news agency ANI quoting sources.