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Occupied Kashmir

India to re-open postpaid mobile phone lines in Kashmir from Monday

Nearly four million postpaid mobile phone lines will be resumed on Monday in the Indian side of the disputed Kashmir region with Pakistan, the Indian government official announced on Saturday. "Postpaid mobile phone lines will be resumed from Monday", the...

Pakistan PM warns India: “It’s time to give New Dehli a lesson”

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has said that the country is ready to respond to any Indian action in Kashmir, adding that 'it is time to give (New) Delhi a lesson'. He said in the wake of the tense...

Pakistan PM pledges support to Kashmir residents

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan clearly mentioned Kashmir issue his speech in conjunction with the country's independence day on Wednesday, to criticize India for its actions especially in the matter of dispute. India revoked the special status of the Kashmir...

UN Secretary General expresses grave concerns over humanitarian situation in Jammu and Kashmir

Antonio Guterres has expressed grave concern over the deteriorating situation in Jammu and Kashmir following India's decision to cancel its special status. UN Secretary-General stressed that the UN position on the settlement of the Kashmir dispute is subject to its...

Modi’s war madness: Another 38,000 troops deployed in occupied Kashmir

India has deployed another 38,000 troops in occupied Kashmir, causing panic in the valley. According to details gathered, the Modi government is in a dilemma following the US president's offer of mediation, deploying a further 38,000 troops in the occupied...

India irritates on Donald Trump’s remarks about Kashmir mediation

The Indian government irritated on US President Donald Trump's remarks on Kashmir mediation and said  that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had never asked Trump to help mediate with Pakistan over the Kashmir region, following comments by Trump that sparked...
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Microsoft bags another record breaking year with $60 billion in annual earnings

Microsoft Corp. finished yet another record-breaking year with more than $60 billion in profit and $165 billion in sales,...
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