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Pakistan arrests 17 Indian fishermen
Pakistan has arrested 17 Indian fishermen and confiscated their three boats for allegedly straying into the country's territorial waters.
Imran welcomes truce, says onus to make further progress rests with India
In his first comments since the militaries of India and Pakistan jointly announced on Thursday that they have agreed to strictly observe all agreements on the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and other sectors, Khan said Pakistan remains ready to move forward to resolve 'all outstanding issues' with India through dialogue.
US, UN, EU welcome India-Pak ceasefire agreement
The United States, the United Nations and the European Union have welcomed the announcement by the militaries of India and Pakistan to strictly observe all agreements on ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and other sectors, and hoped that it would lead to greater peace and stability in South Asia.
Pak continues to remain on FATF 'Grey List'
The global agency said there are "serious deficiencies" on the part of the country in checking terror-financing and it lacks an effective system to deal with it.
Pak, India can resolve Kashmir issue through dialogue: Imran
India has said that the onus is on Pakistan to create an environment free of terror and hostility.
India, Pak agree to 'strict observance' of ceasefire pacts
India and Pakistan have agreed to strictly observe all agreements on ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and other sectors, according to a joint statement on Thursday.
India desires normal neighbourly ties with Pak: MEA
'We have always maintained we are committed to addressing issues, if any, in a peaceful and bilateral manner'
No let-up in troops at Pak border after ceasefire: Army
There will be no let-up in troop deployment or Army operations along the Pakistan borders to fight terrorism and infiltration, military officials said on Thursday after a ceasefire agreement was announced between the two armies which they called a step towards regional peace.
Army orders probe as soldier found passing info to Pak operatives
The Indian Army has ordered a probe into an alleged case of a data breach in the northern command after a soldier was found to be passing data to Pakistani operatives.
De-escalation in Ladakh still a long way to go: Army chief
He said there were no signs of an "overt collusion" between China and Pakistan during the Ladakh standoff but India also caters to a long term strategy for not a two, but a two-and-half front war. With the half front, he was referring to the internal security.