United Nations rights chief upset by attacks on Kashmiris, Muslims in India

We will have comment on it at an appropriate time says US president

We will have comment on it at an appropriate time says US president

"We are working closely with the Indian government in terms of getting to the bottom of terror attacks,"Juster told reporters ahead of the Aero India show here".

The participants agreed that Pakistan had sincerely offered an investigation of the incident as well as the offer for a dialogue on the issue of terrorism among other disputed issues.

The statement said Prime Minister Khan has authorised the armed forces of Pakistan to "respond decisively and comprehensively to any aggression or misadventure by India".

Sheikh Latif, a Pakistani citizen, moved the Lahore High Court on Thursday seeking complete ban on trade and exhibition of Indian films in Pakistan.

The meeting was attended by Army chief General Bajwa, services chiefs, heads of intelligence agencies, security officials and federal and state ministers for finance, defence, foreign affairs and interior. "The global community needs to play its part in resolving the long pending Kashmir issue in accordance with the United Nations resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiris".

In a statement issued after a key meeting of the National Security Council chaired by Prime Minister Khan, the country's top civilian and military leadership said the Pakistan government was "determined to demonstrate" that it is capable of protecting its people.

Mr Shuang said: "China will engage in relevant discussions in a constructive and responsible manner, and keep close communication and coordination with India and other parties concerned".

The meeting was convened in the backdrop of Pulwama attack in which over 40 Indian soldiers were left dead.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday urged the World Bank to take notice of Indian threats to stop the flow of water into the country.

Kashmir, a Muslim-majority Himalayan region, is held by India and Pakistan in parts and claimed by both in full.

"When completed, the entire water of river Ravi, which was flowing into Pakistan despite being India's share of water under the Indus Water Treaty, will now be utilised in the border districts of Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir and Gurdaspur in Punjab", he said.

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