Both UK and Pakistan are dealing with effects of a radicalised Muslim population
You can’t help admiring Sayeeda Warsi, born in Yorkshire, on March 28, 1971, to Pakistani immigrants, who became chairperson of the United Kingdom’s Conservative Party as Baroness Warsi, the first Muslim woman to serve in the cabinet from 2004 to 2014. 
China supports Pakistan’s efforts to nornalise ties with India
China supports Pakistan’s efforts to improve ties with India and settling their disputes through dialogue and negotiation, Beijing said Sunday in the joint statement released during the ongoing visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Delhi’s iconic 675-meter Signature Bridge was inaugurated
Delhi’s iconic Signature Bridge was inaugurated this evening by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. The 675-metre Signature Bridge, which will be opened to public tomorrow, is an eight-lane carriageway that will reduce the travel time between north and northeast Delhi and share the burden of the Wazirabad Bridge. 
J & K
BJP's J&K Secretary Parihar, his brother shot dead at blank point in Kishtwar , curfew imposed
BJP’s Jammu and Kashmir secretary Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet were shot dead at point-blank range by unknown gunmen at Kishtwar in Jammu division on Thursday evening.
India protests bus service via PoK from Lahore to Tashkurgan in China
India on Thursday reiterated its opposition to a proposed luxury bus service between Pakistan and China that would pass through parts of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan — territory that India claims — terming it “a violation of India’s sovereignty”, a day after it had summoned a Chinese diplomat to South Block to lodge a strong protest against the initiative.
Three cheers for women power
The empowerment of women occurs when women achieve increased participation and control in decision-making that leads to their better access to resources and, therefore, improved socio-economic status.
Alliance partners to decide next PM candidate: Chidambaram
 He insists that the party’s focus is on dislodging the BJP government and bringing in a “progressive” alternative.
Pakistan denies citizenship to 1.5 million children born to refugees in camps in Pakistan
On Sunday, September 16, Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that he would start “work immediately” on providing passports to the children of refugees born in Pakistan.