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‘Evidence of RAW involvement in Mastung attack not shared with Balochistan government’

Balochistan Home Minister Zubair Jamali admits only the federal government has evidence of RAW’s involvement in the Mastung bomb blast, and that it has yet to share it with the provincial government. Critics say that such accusations without proof portray Pakistan as powerless against external threats.

China, Turkiye boycott G20 summit as India ‘imposes’ peace in IIOJK

India has received backlash for conducting the G20 summit in Srinagar in IIOJK, as Egypt and China declined to attend. Others may follow suit.

India, Pakistan urged to release jailed fishermen

A cross-border peace group has urged the Indian and Pakistani govts to release this Ramzan and Eid some 750 fisherfolk prisoners languishing in jails on either side despite completing their sentences.

Pakistan awaiting Indian nod for consular access to girl arrested there

The Foreign Office on Thursday said it is awaiting Indian response to a consular access request for Pakistani girl #IqraJeewani who was arrested there in Jan. Her father appealed to both governments to expedite her repatriation on compassionate grounds.

6 Indian fishermen arrested for violating Pakistan’s territorial waters

Pakistan has arrested six fishermen for illegally hunting in Pakistan’s territorial waters, according to a spokesperson for Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PSMA).

Indian delegation arrives in Pakistan for the Asma Jahangir Conference

Asma Jahangir's legacy continues to unite the two nations even after her death.

MILNE DOU: 75 years and activists still fight for Pak-India people to people contact

By Rehan Piracha/Xari Jalil: "It is our governments that have to decide whether they want to keep it the way it is, or if they want a border with free people-to-people movement."

‘LoC ceasefire commendable, but may not lead to full diplomatic ties’

Foreign policy experts say the recent ceasefire may not lead to full restoration of trade and diplomatic relationship between India and Pakistan but is an opportunity to build up trust between both governments

Hope for peace

20 years after the Neemrana Declaration in 2000 where civil societies pledged to strengthen regional interaction, journalists Mandira Nayer and Munizae Jahangir speak across borders to Nandita Das, Mohammad Hanif, Syeda Hamid, and Salima Hashmi on whether the dream for peace can be realized.

Judicial body for cross border prisoners’ rights must be revived

Human rights activists and experts while discussing the plight of Pakistani and Indian prisoners in either country's jails, have called for the revival of the joint judicial commission on prisoners.