On December 4, 2019, the Union Cabinet approved the draft law that seeks to grant citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan if they faced religious persecution there. Watch this video to know all about the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Singer Mika Singh has apologised to the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) after the association banned him from working in India, following his recent live performance in Pakistan. The singer got into a heated argument with a journalist during his media interaction and dragged Neha Kakkar and Sonu Nigam's names into the controversy. Watch video for details
A bitter Twitter war broke out between tennis star Sania Mirza and Veena Malik after the Pakistani actress questioned the sports icon over parenting. How did the Twitterati react to this episode? To find out watch the video
While Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were applauded for their stellar performances during their India Vs Pakistan match, Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed was slammed for many reasons! Watch this video to know more
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs via Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-interrupted match at Old Trafford to maintain their unbeaten World Cup record against their arch-rivals on Sunday. India has now won all their 7 World Cup matches against Pakistan. Watch the video.
Will India beat Pakistan in the World Cup match on June 16? Here’s an open letter by a true Indian cricket fan to army man MS Dhoni! Watch this video to know more.
While India is scheduled to play its next world cup 2019 match against New Zealand, the momentum is already building for the mother of all clashes, India vs Pakistan, which is scheduled to take place on June 16, 2019.
Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan's Twitter account was hacked by a pro-Pakistan Turkish hacker group, Ayyildiz Tim and his profile picture replaced with that of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday night. The hackers also slammed India in one of their tweets. Watch this video for more scoop
From riots breaking out at the Eden Gardens to Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer's death, and other controversies of Cricket World Cup shocked the world. Let’s revisit the topmost controversies from the previous editions of the tournament in this video.
IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman will be released by Pakistan on 1st March. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan decided to release him as a peace gesture. Abhinandan Varthaman was captured by the Pakistani Army on February 26. Watch this video to know more.
As per reports, Indian Air Force jets crossed the Line of Control and destroyed a major terrorist camp in Balakot sector. Reportedly, terrorist launchpads in Balakot and Muzaffarabad were completely destroyed. Watch this video for full story.
Several Bollywood celebs saluted the Indian Air force after they carried out aerial strikes at multiple terrorist outlets in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Stars like Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Ajay Devgn and several others took to twitter to express their gratitude to the Indian Air force. Watch this video to know more.
As veteran Bollywood star Dilip Kumar turns 96 years old today, we take a look at some interesting facts about his life that you probably didn’t know. The actor is best-known for his performances in films like Mughal-e-Azam, Shakti, Naya Daur and Ram Aur Shyam among others. From a young boy hailing from Pakistan to becoming one of the biggest superstars in the Hindi film industry, here’s a look at the various facets of his life. Watch this video to know more.
In 1947, Britain′s Indian Empire was partitioned into two new nations: the Dominion of India (later the Republic of India) and the Dominion of Pakistan (later the Islamic Republic of Pakistan). The two nations were ideally born on the same day, but do you know why Pakistan celebrates its Independence day on 14th August? Did you know that Bangladesh was a part of Pakistan in 1947 and was called East Pakistan until 1971? Indian money was still used as currency in Pakistan until 1948. Watch this interesting video to know all the unknown facts about Pakistan’s Independence day.
A news reporter from Pakistan took his job too seriously when he reported live from his own wedding. He gave a fair background about his wedding before camera panned towards his father, wife, 'sasu ma' and mother whom he interviewed. Watch the funny video here
It seems opposition to Pakistan and Pakistan-led terrorism is turning global. While Pakistan is leaving no stone unturned to prove its innocence at the ongoing 72nd United Nation’s (UN) General Assembly Session, one or the other incident from across globe comes up to contradict the former’s claims. In yet similar incident, a group of Pashtuns removed Pakistani flag from the ‘Durand Line’ on Monday. The action taken by enraged people from Afghanistan took place in Jaji Maidan area of the Arab nation’s Khost province
Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat, on Monday asserted that surgical strike conducted by India along the Line of Control (LoC) will be repeated if adversary does not mend its ways. General Rawat said that the terrorists on the other side of the LoC are ready to infiltrate in India and so is the Indian Army to strike them down. "Surgical strike was conducted to send a message and if adversaries do not understand, it will be repeated," he said. "We are ready to receive the terrorists that come this side of the LoC and will send them to their right place, their graves," he added. General Rawat was speaking to the media during a book launch event in the national capital
In a strong reply to Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's emphasis that Islamabad was not prepared to be anyone's scapegoat, India's First Secretary to the United Nations Eenam Gambhir said that Pakistan has now become 'terroristan'. Gambhir said that the quest for a ‘land of pure’ has actually produced the land of pure terror. Further slamming Pakistan PM’s statement, Eenam echoed that the world doesn't need lessons on democracy and human rights from a failed state. She also said that Pakistan must understand that the state of Jammu and Kashmir is and will always remain an integral part of India. However much it scales up the cross border terrorism, it will never succeed in undermining India's territorial integrity
Baloch National Movement (BNM) leader Hammal Haider said that after torturing Baloch residents, Pakistan is attempting to silence their voices at the international level. Haider reiterated the demand for international attention to the burning issue of violation of Baloch residents by Pakistan. Dr. Paul Stott, Scholar, University of Leicester, reiterated similar sentiments and said that United Nations (UN) and Switzerland Government to focus on the matter.
In yet another incident which proves Pakistan’s unending support to terrorist activities, its Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif refrained to answer any question on his nation being accused of sponsoring terrorism. The Pakistan Minister dodged a question on terror asked by an ANI Journalist and went away.