The minister recalled that the construction of one of the dams on Ravi river, Shahpur-Kandi, had already begun. All government-approved projects under this plan have the status of national projects, he added. The construction of dam has started at Shahpur- Kandi on Ravi river. Moreover, UJH project will store our share of water for use in J&K and the balance water will flow from 2nd Ravi-BEAS Link to provide water to other basin states. — Nitin Gadkari (@nitin_gadkari) 21 февраля 2019 г. READ MORE: India's Modi Vows Revenge for Kashmir Terror Attack Amid Pakistan Denying Role © AP Photo / Dar YasinAt Least 12 Soldiers Dead, 20 Wounded in Blast in Indian-Controlled Kashmir - Reports (VIDEO)The relations between New Delhi and Islamabad worsened after 14 February, when a car carrying over 100 pounds of explosives was … [Read more...] about India Threatens to Block Rivers to Pakistan After Attack in Kashmir
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Peter Oborne 23 February 2019 9:00 AM 23 February 2019 9:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Islamabad Six months into Imran Khan’s premiership and the new Pakistan prime minister has been plunged into his first major foreign crisis. Last week, a suicide bomber attacked Indian soldiers in Kashmir, killing more than 40 paramilitary troops. Simultaneously, another suicide attack massacred 27 members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard near the Pakistani border of Iran’s troubled Sistan and Baluchestan Province. Khan has spent the early months of his premiership attempting to strengthen links with neighbours. He stretched out the hand of friendship to India. He opened the Kartarpur corridor to allow the visa-free passage of Sikh pilgrims. He has warmed up Pakistan’s old alliance with Iran, while working hard to flatter her bitter enemy Saudi Arabia. In a series of whistle-stop tours of the Gulf, he has mended relations … [Read more...] about Who’s really to blame for Pakistan’s terror attacks?
New Delhi (Sputnik) — India is preparing a dossier to expose Pakistan's role in the recent suicide car bombing in Pulwama, in which more than 40 Indian security personnel were killed, Home Ministry sources told Sputnik. READ MORE: Pakistani Spy Stoned to Death by Inmates in Indian Jail Following Terror Attack … [Read more...] about India Preparing Dossier to Expose Pakistan’s Role in Terror Attack
READ MORE: India's Modi Vows Revenge for Kashmir Terror Attack Amid Pakistan Denying Role Last week, India recalled its ambassador to Pakistan in the wake of a suicide bombing on an Indian military convoy in the disputed Kashmir region that left over 40 troops dead. © AP Photo / B.K. BangashIndia Slaps Pakistani Goods With 200 Percent Import Duty After Kashmir Terror AttackThe Indian Ministry of External Affairs has accused Pakistan of having a role in the terrorist attack and demanded that it "ceases forthwith all support and financing to terror groups operating from areas under their control". The Pakistani Foreign Ministry, in turn, urged India to restrain from hasty conclusions and expressed readiness to cooperate in the investigation. Jammu and Kashmir is a region that has been disputed by India and Pakistan since 1947 when both countries gained independence from the … [Read more...] about Pakistan’s Foreign Office Recalls Ambassador to India in Wake of Terror Attack
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the decision withdrawing the "Most Favoured Nation" (MFN) status after the cabinet meeting. "The Most Favoured Nation status which has been granted to Pakistan stands withdrawn. The ministry of commerce will issue the necessary communications in this regard", Arun Jaitley, country's finance minister said in a media briefing outside the Prime Minister's Office in New Delhi. Most Favoured Nation status to Pak stands [email protected] pic.twitter.com/4IX7NrUvC4 — PIB India (@PIB_India) February 15, 2019 © REUTERS / Danish IsmailPutin Sends Condolences to Indian President After Deadly Kashmir BlastIndia had granted MFN status to Pakistan in 1996. MFN is a treatment accorded to a trade partner to ensure non-discriminatory trade between two countries vis-a-vis other trade partners. Despite frequent cross-border firing, bilateral trade … [Read more...] about India Withdraws ‘Most Favoured Nation’ Status From Pakistan After Terror Attack