Surgical Strike Mania continues in Indian media, reports Russian media - Dispatch News Desk

Islamabad, Pakistan: Indians are celebrating first anniversary of self-assumed, self-proclaimed and imaginary “Surgical Strike” over Pakistan on September 29, 2017, reports Russian media. Russian media reported that one should appreciate systematic ...

Surgical strikes: A Goebbels' tale - Pakistan Today

A year after the Indian army claimed to have conducted “surgical strikes” across the Line of Control on alleged 'terrorist launch pads” in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, it has failed, beyond point, to substantiate its claims. More than a year ago on ...

Pak Throws Delhi Off Balance - The Day After

India's unsavory knee-jerk reaction says it all. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's maiden speech at the UN General Assembly has left New Delhi reeling. Stung by scathing criticism, India exercised its 'right of reply' to make a repugnant retort ...

Russian, Iran provide weapons to Afghan Taliban: Mattis - Pajhwok Afghan News (subscription) (blog)

KABUL info-icon (Pajhwok): US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has accused Iran and Russia over armed support to Afghan Taliban info-icon , a media report said on Saturday. The Pentagon chief blasted Russia and Iran's continued support to Taliban jihadists ...

Indian troops kill 2 civilians, soldier in Kashmir: Pakistan army - Press TV

Indian army soldiers take up position during a gun battle with suspected militants south of Srinagar, Kashmir on March 28, 2017. (Photo by AFP). Pakistan says at least two civilians and a soldier have been killed as Indian forces opened fire on a ...

Kashmir fake photo: Fallout from the UN speech by Pakistan's Maleeha Lodhi - BBC News

When Pakistan's permanent representative to the United Nations, Maleeha Lodhi, held up a photograph of a scarred girl at the United Nations last weekend, she said she was offering proof of "Indian brutality" in Kashmir. But the photo turned out to be ...

Indian firing kills Pakistan soldier, two civilians: Pakistan's army - Xinhua

ISLAMABAD, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- One soldier and two civilians were killed overnight by unprovoked Indian forces' shelling across Kashmir ceasefire line, Pakistan's Army said Saturday. "Indian troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation along LOC ...