Free Press Journal
  • Pak to file counter rejoinder in Jadhav’s case by July 17: Report

    Islamabad : Pakistan is expected to file its counter rejoinder on or before July 17 in the ICJ relating to the case of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pak military court in April last year on charges of espionage and terrorism, a media report said on Friday.

  • Pakistan to file counter rejoinder in Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case by July 17: Report

    Islamabad: Pakistan is expected to file its counter rejoinder on or before July 17 in the ICJ relating to the case of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court in April last year on charges of espionage and terrorism, a media report said today.

  • India has not responded to queries on Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistan

    Islamabad: Pakistan today said India has not responded to its queries on Indian death-row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav’s passport and details of his service, calling it “regrettable”. Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal said that Pakistan arrested “serving Indian Naval Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav”, who confessed to his involvement in numerous terrorist incidents in Pakistan.

  • Pak rakes up Jadhav case in UNSC 

    United Nations : Pakistan raked up the issue of Indian death-row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav in the UN Security Council after it was accused by India, the US and Afghanistan, for providing safe havens to terrorists. Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN Maleeha Lodhi was responding to Indian Ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin who said Pakistan needs to change its “mindset” of differentiating between good and bad terrorists. India urged the

  • Protest outside Pak embassy against Jadhav’s family treatment

    Washington : A group of Americans of Indian, Afghan and Baloch descents has protested outside the Pakistani embassy here against the “inhumane” treatment of the wife and mother of Indian death row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav during their recent visit to Islamabad.

  • Kulbhushan row: Indo-Americans, Balochs chant ‘Chappal chor Pakistan’ against mistreatment of Jadhav’s family

    Washington DC: A group of Indian-Americans and Balochs held a protest by the name ‘Chappal Chor Pakistan’ outside the Pakistan embassy here, over the misbehaviour meted out to former Indian Naval Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav‘s mother and wife. The protestors also donated used shoes to the embassy saying that ‘protest is in solidarity with Jadhav’s family.’

  • India on Kulbhushan Jadhav video: Pak continuing practice of putting out coerced statements

    New Delhi: India on Thursday dismissed as “propagandistic exercise” that “simply carry no credibility” a video released by Pakistan of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav saying he has not been tortured in custody. Stating that this had not come as a surprise, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said: “Pakistan is simply continuing its practice of putting out coerced statements on video.

  • I have not been tortured in Pakistan: Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday released a video of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav who says he has not been tortured in custody and that he saw an Indian diplomat “yelling” at his mother and wife after they met him last month.

  • Pak releases another ‘confessional’ video of Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Islamabad: Pakistan today released another video of Indian death row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav purportedly confessing that he was a commissioned officer of the Indian Navy and that the diplomat who was accompanying his family for the meeting yelled at his mother.

  • Indo-Pak NSAs met in Thailand: Pak official

    Islamabad : National security advisors of India and Pakistan held a “secret” meeting in Thailand where the tone and tenor of India’s NSA Ajit Doval was “friendly and positive”, a senior Pakistani official said on Monday, reports PTI.

  • India, Pak exchange 27th list of nuke installations

    New Delhi : India and Pakistan on Monday exchanged, through diplomatic channels simultaneously at New Delhi and Islamabad, a list of their nuclear installations and facilities for the 27th consecutive year, a statement said.

  • India awaits consular access to Jadhav: MEA

    New Delhi/Islamabad: India awaits consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav and other Indian nationals in Pakistan’s custody, the external affairs ministry said today, as it exchanged with Islamabad the list of civilian prisoners and fishermen lodged in each other’s jails.

  • Pakistan’s army: A stumbling block

    It is a manifestation of the mutual distrust and acrimony that exists between India and Pakistan that a move that should have brought them closer has resulted in heightening the climate of discord. The visit of the mother and wife of Indian death row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav to see him in a Pakistani jail has led to shabby treatment by the Pakistani authorities and scathing Indian criticism of Islamabad’s lack of grace

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav row: Is it time to declare Pakistan a rogue nation?

    What is the definition of a human being? What is the definition of a civilized country? What is the value of a human life? These are not random questions, but questions which need answers in the wake of treatment meted out by Pakistan to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is languishing in the Pakistan jail for the past 22 months on charges of spying, espionage, and terrorism. Jadhav has been given a