India to reopen Kashmir to tourists from October 10 Oct 09, 2019 0 928 12345 Srinagar: India has revoked an advisory telling tourists to leave the restive Kashmir region, state authorities said on Tuesday. The decision will go into effect on October 10, Jammu and Kashmir’s information office tweeted. Authorities issued the advisory after India revoked the mostly Muslim Himalayan region’s special autonomous status on August 5. (dpa) RELATED ARTICLES Dark matter and exoplanet discoveries win Nobel Physics Prize Oct 09, 2019 0 163 Macron vows ‘unrelenting fight’ against extremists after police killings Oct 09, 2019 0 783 White House blocks US envoy impeachment probe testimony Oct 09, 2019 0 1151 PAKISTAN PM IMRAN KHAN IN CHINA Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan (left) with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the Great Hall of the People in China on Tuesday. The prime minister arrived in Beijing on his third official visit where he is slated to .. Pakistan summons Indian envoy to protest killing of civilian in LoC truce violation Dawn.com Islamabad The Foreign Office (FO) on Tuesday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia to record a strong protest against the “unprovoked ceasefire violations” by Indian forces along the .. Italy parliament votes to slash number of lawmakers Rome: Italy’s parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved slashing the number of lawmakers, a move the left-leaning government hopes will help keep the far-right from power. The move, linked to broader electoral .. India takes first delivery in controversial French jet deal Paris: India received on Tuesday the first of 36 Rafale fighter jets ordered from France in 2016 in a multi-billion-dollar deal that Paris hopes will unlock more sales. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accused Congress ..