US leader speaks to Modi, Imran on Kashmir situation
Rajnath's statement interpreted as an "unmistakable" indication of change in India’s nuclear policy.
A Washington Post editorial reminds Modi that he is "playing a dangerous game".
Members call both countries to resolve issue through talks in accordance with UN charter amid New Delhi’s resistance.
The consultative meeting has been called on China’s request to decide whether the UNSC should hold an emergency meeting.
In his Independence Day message, Secretary Pompeo also mentions "the enormous potential" of expanding bilateral trade.
Maleeha Lodhi urges all peace-loving nations to help defuse this dangerous situation.
State dept spokesperson describes Kashmir as “certainly an important issue” that the US continues to “follow closely”.
UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary General António Guterres on Thursday called on all parties to refrain from taking ...
Tensions heightened in April last year when a US diplomat ran a red light, killing a motorcyclist.
The UN Fact-Finding Mission will present its final report to the UN Human Rights Council in September.
“We are closely following the events in the state of Jammu and Kashmir," says State Department spokesperson.
The intensity of the need for a third-party intervention was felt in Washington this week.
Sources say if the Doha talks lead to an agreement between the US and Taliban, Trump may visit Islamabad.
US president says he has good chemistry with Imran, hoping this will help resolve the Afghan issue
The US president said that his aides were also “working on a deal with the Taliban right now.”
State Department stresses need for Islamabad to fulfil its obligations to FATF.
WASHINGTON: US special representative Zalmay Khalilzad is coming to Islamabad for consultations to encourage direct...
Official document points out that Pakistan, US traded $6.6b worth of goods last year, setting a new record.
Pompeo says that Washington had a simple message for all Afghans: "We want them to take their country back."