ISPR says 9 Indian soldiers killed, several injured and 2 Indian bunkers destroyed; Indian charge d'affaires summoned.
New dates for visit yet to be worked out; reasons for delay not specified.
"Statements provide insight into BJP mindset — extremist ideology, hegemonic ambitions, and obsession with Pakistan."
Royal couple meets President Alvi; Duke of Cambridge thanks the president for the warm welcome and hospitality.
The Foreign Office regrets the closure of the Afghan consulate in Peshawar and hopes the decision will be reviewed.
The focus of PM Imran's visit is to discuss the security situation in the disputed region of Kashmir and economic ties
FO urges Indian side to permit UNMOGIP to play its mandated role as per UN Security Council resolutions.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang receives Prime Minister Imran at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
"It is important for the FATF to ensure that the process remains fair and unbiased," the FO press release states.
The prime minister will meet separately with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.
US delegation meets with AJK president, premier; expresses resolve to remain engaged for Kashmir dispute's resolution.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, are due to visit Pakistan from October 14-18.
The funds will address the "most pressing needs" of around 3,000 people, says European Commission press release.
Delegation discusses regional situation, Afghan peace process and other issues of mutual interest.
Three civilians were injured, one woman killed in yesterday's ceasefire violation by Indian forces from across LoC.
Arrangements being finalised for Taliban delegation's meeting with Foreign Minister Qureshi: Foreign Office.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari laud Lodhi's services to Pakistan.
"Kartarpur corridor is an important project, the prime minister has a personal interest in it," says foreign minister.
"In spite of security issues along [the] border, Pakistan will continue to support its Afghan brothers," says FO.
"Pakistan will not engage with the 'Butcher of Kashmir' until and unless" India lifts the siege, says foreign minister.