Pakistan okays plan to open Sharda Peeth corridor for Hindu pilgrims in PoK

Pakistan Government has approved proposal to establish Sharda Peeth corridor that will allow Hindu pilgrims especially Kashmiri Pandits from India to visit the Sharda Peeth,an ancient Hindu temple and cultural site in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The Sharda Peeth corridor when opened will be the second religious tract after Kartarpur corridor in Pakistan-controlled territory that will connect… Continue reading Pakistan okays plan to open Sharda Peeth corridor for Hindu pilgrims in PoK

Virtual SIMs used in Pulwama terror attack; India to approach U.S. for help

Indian government has decided to send a request to the United States to seek details from a service provider of virtual SIMs.These virtual SIMs were used by the Jaish-e-Mohammed suicide bomber behind the Pulwama attack to communicate with his Pakistan based handlers. In virtual SIM connection,one doesn’t need a local registered SIM card to get… Continue reading Virtual SIMs used in Pulwama terror attack; India to approach U.S. for help

France slams sanctions on JeM chief Azhar

France has imposed sanctions on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar.It will include a freeze on his assets and will help in travel ban on Azhar and his known followers. This decision comes after China had once again blocked a UN Security Council (UNSC) move to get the Pakistan-based Azhar Masood designated as a global terrorist.The… Continue reading France slams sanctions on JeM chief Azhar

Pak. Army eyes key role in developing giant copper & gold mine

Pakistan’s military is participating in the development of Reko Diq Mine as it considers it as a strategic national asset. However,the mine is facing problems due to (a)multi-billion dollar legal dispute with foreign mining firms and (b)inability to attract foreign investment as Pakistan is under economic crisis. Reko Diq Mine is one of the world’s… Continue reading Pak. Army eyes key role in developing giant copper & gold mine

Pakistan bans UNSC designated outfits; Delhi sceptical

Pakistan has enacted a law United Nations Security Council (Freezing and Seizure) Order, 2019.It was enacted in accordance with the provisions of Pakistan’s United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Act, 1948.It implements United Nations sanctions against individuals and organisation. The objective of the order is that the government will take over the control of assets and… Continue reading Pakistan bans UNSC designated outfits; Delhi sceptical

Iran threatens action against Pakistan-based terrorist group

Iran and India,which have both suffered deadly terrorist attacks from Pakistan based terror groups have agreed to cooperate in combating terrorism in the region. Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief has warned Pakistan to crack down on armed group Jaish al-Adl following a suicide attack in the border province of Sistan-Baluchestan. Afghanistan had also… Continue reading Iran threatens action against Pakistan-based terrorist group