China Will Conduct 3-day Military Drill in South China Sea

China rejected the ruling by the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration, in a case initiated by the Philippines, and refused to take part in the proceedings. China's Foreign Ministry later said Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen had told Li that Cambodia would uphold a "fair and objective stance" on the South China Sea issue and work to maintain friendly China-ASEAN relations, according to a statement.

Pakistan stands firm with Kashmir, says PM Nawaz on 'Black Day'

The Indian army has resorted to martyring 48 innocent Kashmiris ever since protests erupted. India has stated that the crisis in occupied Kashmir is its internal problem. The Pakistani envoy was informed that the UN Secretary General was concerned about the situation in Kashmir and was ready to mediate peace talks between India and Pakistan provided the two neighbours accept his good offices, the statement said.

Protesters raise Pakistani flags in Indian Kashmir

Asserting that Kashmir is a distant dream for Pakistan which will never get fulfilled, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said that Islamabad should forget about Kashmir as it is an integral part of India.

Duterte won't trade PH's territorial rights to China-US senator

The suggestion comes despite the Philippines' refusal to enter into talks beyond the scope of last week's ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague. China has rejected the court's ruling and has said it will not abide by it, raising the specter of continued tensions in the region. Meanwhile, a navigation alert issued on Monday on the website of China's Maritime Safety Administration said military exercises will be conducted from Tuesday to Thursday in designated waters ...

Kashmir unrest: Curfew continues for 11th consecutive day

Kashmir unrest: Curfew continues for 11th consecutive day

Police said four other persons were injured in the firing incident. Jaitley refuted Congress' charge that the state government had mishandled or failed to handle the bloody unrest triggered by the July 8 killing of 22-year-old Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, the social-media-savvy poster boy of new age militancy in Kashmir.