India-Pakistan International Border Current Affairs - 2020

India Protests Election Announcement at Gilgit-Baltistan by Pakistan

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has stated that they have come across reports regarding elections in the “Gilgit-Baltistan” Assembly that will be held on November 15, 2020 . The ministry took a strong objection to it. Key Facts The Government of India also rejected the “Gilgit-Baltistan (Elections and Caretaker Government) Amendment Order 2020”. India Read More…

UNSC: Pakistan request to designate four Indians as Terrorists rejected

The United Nations Security Council recently rejected Pakistan request to list four Indians as terrorists. Pakistan wanted to add four Indian nationals under ISIS and Al-Qaeda operations. The request was backed by France, USA, UK, Germany and Belgium. The UNSC rejected mainly due to lack of evidence. Highlights The permanent members that backed India were Read More…

Pakistan’s new political map

Pakistan recently released a new political map claiming the entire territory of Jammu & Kashmir, and part of Gujarat including the erstwhile state of Junagadh as part of its territory. Background In recent times in the wake of the global pandemic when the whole world is fighting against the deadly virus in unison, our neighbours Read More…

What is Sir Creek Issue between India and Pakistan?

Recently at the WION’s Global Summit held in Dubal, the Pakistan representative, Minister Kasturi recalled Sir Creeek Pact. The summit was organized under the theme Theme: Navigating and Negotiating Global Imperatives What is Sir Creek issue? The issue between India and Pakistan over Sir Creek is the interpretation of boundary between Sindh and Kutch. The Read More…

India erects “steel fence” across Pakistan, Bangladesh border

India will erect non-cut steel fence in the sensitive areas of Pakistan and Bangladesh borders. The plan is being executed after security agencies have detected Afghan fighters along India-Pakistan border. Highlights The first steel fence is to be erected across 7-km stretch in Assam’s Silchar, the border across Bangladesh.  After erection, the border is to Read More…