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Thursday, August 15th, 2019


  Azerbaijan calls for resolution of Kashmir as per UN resolutions

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ISLAMABAD, AUG 15 (DNA) Azerbaijan has once again reiterated its principled stand on Kashmir that it should be settled as per the UN resolutions.   In a recent message on social media the Azerbaijan embassy made it clear that Azerbaijan’s principled position on Jammu and Kashmir issue is clear.   Azerbaijan always supports the resolution of Jammu and Kashmir issue according to the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.   It may be mentioned here that Pakistan and Azerbaijan share common views on a number of regional and global issues.   PakistanRead More

Protest rallies taken out to observe Indian Day as Black Day

HYDERABAD, AUG 15: Members of civil society burning Indian PM portrant  during black day protest. DNA

    ISLAMABAD/, AUG 15 (DNA) -Protest rallies were taken out across the country to observe Indian Independence Day as Black Day and express solidarity with the Kashmiris.   In Punjab, various rallies were taken out in this regard in which participants carrying flags of Pakistan and Kashmir and holding banners and placards inscribed with the slogans in favor of freedom struggle of Indian held Kashmiri.   In Multan, a procession was taken out by the staff of Nishter hospital in which the protestors wore chains to protest against theRead More

Thousands attend rally organized y Islamabad admin

RAWALPINDI, AUG 15: Members of civil society holding a rally to condemn Indian action
to change status of occupied Kashmir. DNA

ISLAMABAD, August 15 (DNA): Thousands appeared on Deputy Commissioner  Islamabad’s call to show solidarity with Kashmir on Thursday. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqaat earlier in his twitter  message had asked the citizens of Islamabad to join Islamabad Administration at D  Chowk to show solidarity with Kashmir on 14th August, he further tweeted  that we are doing this rally to show the world that we care for Kashmir  and no one can take Kashmir from Pakistan. On a very short notice people gathered in thousands at D Chowk. People from everyRead More

Moscow does not object to UNSC meeting on Kashmir: Russia


MOSCOW, AUG 15 (DNA) -Russian envoy to the United Nations (UN) Dmitry Polyanskiy has said his country does not object to the meeting called by Pakistan to discuss India’s move to revoke the special status of occupied Kashmir.   “Moscow doesn’t object to holding such a meeting, but the matter should be discussed behind closed doors,” Polyanskiy said while speaking to reporters.   The UN Security Council (UNSC) on Wednesday, granted Pakistan’s request to discuss India’s decision to revoke the special status of occupied Kashmir on Friday.   Meanwhile, theRead More

High Commissioner calls on FCO Minister Rt Hon Andrew Murrison”


  Islamabad, 15 August, 2019 The High Commissioner, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria, called on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Minister The Rt. Hon. Dr. Andrew Murrison MP today to discuss situation in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK), says a press release received here today from London. He briefed the Minister on the gross human rights violations in IOK, the threat to the regional security due to unilateral actions by India and simultaneously heating up of situation at LOC and Working Boundary. The High Commissioner highlighted the violations of UN Security CouncilRead More

UNSC convenes special session on Kashmir: Russia not to oppose resolution


NEW YORK (DNA). The UN Security Council has called emergency session of the Security Counil for tomorrow August 16, 2019. Pakistan had requested the UNSC President for convening of the session in the wake of recent developments in the occupied Kashmir. Meanwhile, the Russian representative in the UNSC hinted at not to oppose the convening of the session. Russian may also not oppose a resolution on Kashmir. The Council is composed of 15 Members: Five permanent members: China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and ten non-permanent members elected for two-year termsRead More