Pakistan shot down an Indian fighter plane over the disputed territory of Kashmir on Wednesday, the latest salvo in a decades-long conflict between the two countries. But while Pakistan announced on Thursday that it would release the captured pilot, tensions continue to simmer on social media in both countries, turning Twitter and Facebook into a second battleground. India launched an air strike in Pakistan this week, allegedly in retaliation for a February 14 attack in which a Pakistan-based militant group killed 40 paramilitary troops in Indian Kashmir. Pakistan retaliated, shooting down an Indian jet and capturing its pilot. Videos and photos from the region where the pilot was captured flooded social media, including misleading and false images. Many Pakistanis celebrated the capture of the Indian pilot, organising large demonstrations in Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
'Imran is a puppet of the Pakistani military'
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Wherever I went I felt this humiliation and anger in people. It was humiliating because an American president announces it, not our president. And because it was the American military, not our military, which this country has given great sacrifices to nurture, that killed him. Khan stirs his cappuccino angrily. The world's most wanted man was living a mile from Pakistan's military academy, not in some obscure cave.
Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram for latest news and live news updates. Home World. Pak army using minority women as sex slaves: NGO. In a prayer-cum-demonstration held at the UN, it said the Pakistani army is taking minority women away from their families, raping them and then using them as sex slaves. Referring to the December attacks on Christians in Lahore, the organisation alleged that attacks on minorities in Pakistan were increasing.
Journalist Reham Khan , who was married to Imran Khan for eight months, has not returned to Pakistan after her controversial self titled memoir was published. Reham Khan kicked a storm for its scandalous allegations of drugs, sex, corruption, and illegitimate children, inviting law suits, trolls and personal attacks. It has not been published in Pakistan.