Pakistan

Hurriyat Used To Play Bloody Game On Pak Directions: Dilbagh Singh

Blaming the Hurriyat Conference and other anti-peace elements, Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbagh Singh said that they used to play a "bloody game" in Kashmir at the behest of Pakistan.

The Failing China Pakistan Economic Corridor

In April of 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping and then Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif signed a bilateral project named China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) worth $46 billion. Dubbed ‘The project of the century’ by President Jinping, for Nawaz Sharif CPEC project was to propel Pakistan into an unprecedented era of growth and development by

Asia Cup: How Unheralded Sri Lanka Won The Championship

On Sunday, Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan by 23 runs in the final of the Asia Cup to lift the championship for the sixth time. This is the third time Sri Lanka has beaten Pakistan in the Asia Cup final. Batting first, after losing the toss, Sri Lanka scored 170-6 in their 20 overs and then

How Pakistan Pipped Afghanistan To Send India Out of Asia Cup

Pakistan squeaked home by one wicket against Afghanistan in the ‘Super Four’ match to qualify for the final of the Asia Cup 2022.

THE NEW INDIAN EXPOSE: Wiki’s Own Admin ‘C Fred’ Points To Pak Role In Arshdeep Case: Part of MeitY Letter

The New Indian has accessed the letter from MeitY to Wikipedia explaining to them how an anonymous user from Pakistan had used a particular IP address to alter Wikipedia’s feature and Wikipedia’s page on Arshdeep Singh.

India Hands Over Terrorist’s Body To Pakistan

The body of a terrorist who died of cardiac arrest while undergoing treatment at the Military Hospital in Rajouri was handed over to Pakistan on Monday. Tabarak Hussain was caught by security forces while he was trying to cross the Line of Control a few days back. Hussain was injured in the firing before being

Asia Cup: How Pakistan Got The Better Of Arch-Rivals India

The New Indian looks at 5 important factors which tilted the scales in Pakistan’s favour in their Asia Cup tie against India.

Pak Floods: CPEC, Chinese War Moves Unsettle J&K’s Environment

Let’s not forget that the current havoc in Pakistan is on the western edge of Jammu and Kashmir – although it has affected areas far beyond. The disaster stems largely from glacier melts in the part of Jammu and Kashmir controlled by Pakistan. Indeed, the heart of the havoc is Swat, which was once considered

Asia Cup: How India Pipped Arch-Rivals Pakistan In Cliffhanger

Indian team avenged their last year’s defeat against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup by edging their arch-rivals by five wickets on Sunday in the second match of the Asia Cup. India chased down the target of 148 in 19.4 overs to clinch a five-wicket victory in a humdinger. The New Indian looks at five

‘Dhoni’s Head To Gambhir-Akmal Spat’: 5 Thrilling Moments In Asia Cup

As India prepare to take on their arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday in the Asia Cup encounter, The New Indian revisits five thrilling and tendentious moments from the tournament’s history which created ripples – 1) Gautam Gambhir vs Kamran Akmal: The Asia Cup 2010 match between the two nations remains arguably the most high-octane affair with a