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Pak to turn up heat on Kashmir again: Report
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan seems to be increasingly upset over recent regional developments in the wake of US President Barack Obama's visit to India and has decided to forcefully internationalise the longstanding Kashmir dispute in a move which is likely ...
 Kashmir Observer9 hours ago
The Express Tribune
Pakistan to turn up the heat on Kashmir again
Govt decide­s to forcef­ully intern­ationa­lise longst­anding Kashmi­r disput­e in move which is likely to pertur­b India Govt decides to forcefully internationalise longstanding Kashmir dispute in move which is likely to perturb ...
 The Express Tribune22 hours ago
DNA India
Jammu and Kashmir: Two more Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commanders killed in a renewed offensive, this year
Two days after Jammu and Kashmir police unearthed a major nexus between militants and pro India politicians, the security forces gunned down two top Pakistani Lashkar-e-Tioba (LeT) commanders in a fierce gun-battle at apple rich town of Sopore on ...
 DNA India1 week ago
Army warns of attacks in J&K ahead of US Prez Obama's visit to India
Ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to India, the army has warned of attacks by Pakistan militants in Jammu & Kashmir. The army says that 200 heavily-armed militants are waiting in 36 launching pads across the Line of Control on the other ...
 APN News2 weeks ago
Top Army officer warns of possible attacks ahead of Obama's India visit
JAMMU: A top Army officer on Thursday warned of possible terror strikes in Jammu & Kashmir on soft targets ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to India for Republic Day celebrations. "We do not have specific inputs but there are incidents ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Livemint.com
Pakistan militants planning attack on soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir: Army
Lt Gen K.H. Singh says there are general inputs that terrorists might try to attack soft targets, including schools, religions places, army convoys and other civilian areas. Photo: Hindustan Times Nagrota, Jammu : Army on Thursday said there were ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Army warns of attacks by Pakistan militants in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Barack Obama visit
Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the country later this month, a top Army officer ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago
India Today
Obama visit: Army warns 200 militants trying to infiltrate
The Army on Thursday said there are inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
Militants trying to infiltrate ahead of Obama's India visit, says Army
NAGROTA (JK): Army said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 Kaumudi2 weeks ago
Rediff.com
200 militants waiting to strike ahead of Obama's India visit
The Army on Thursday said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit later this month. General Officer Commanding (GOC), 16 Corps, Lt Gen K H Singh said that 200 heavily-armed militants were waiting in 36 launching pads across the Line of Control (LoC) on the other side of Pir Panjal range and there is ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Militants may attack schools ahead of Obama visit: Army
NAGROTA: Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Possible attacks by Pak militants in J&K ahead of Obama visit: Army
Army Nagrota (JK), Jan 15: Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago
200 militants waiting to infiltrate into India; might target schools, civilian areas ahead of Obama visit: Army
There are inputs that terrorists might try to attack soft targets including schools and civilian areas ahead of US President's visit "Two hundred Pakistani militants in 36 launch pads across Pir Panchal range are waiting to infiltrate ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
Pakistan-trained terrorists may attack civilian targets during Barack Obama's India tour, says Army
"Two hundred Pakistani trained terrorists are waiting for an opportunity to infiltrate into India," said General Officer Commander 16 Corps Lt General KH Singh. Singh's comments came on a day when two terrorists were killed in an encounter with security ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago
Army warns of attacks in Kashmir
NAGROTA: Army on Thursday said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on soft targets such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago
Possible attacks by ultras before Obama's visit
JAMMU, Jan 15: Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the country later this month. This was ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago
Army countering all terrorists: ISPR DG
Maj Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa says Pakistan Army indiscriminately targeting banned outfits, terrorists Pakistan may soon ban Jamaatud Dawa (JuD), Haqqani Network and 10 other terror groups, says report Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago
Pakistan militants may launch attacks on schools, religious places ahead of Obama's visit: Army
General Officer Commanding (GOC), 16 Corps, Lt General KH Singh said that 200 heavily-armed militants were waiting in 36 launching pads across the Line of Control (LoC) on the other side of Pir Panjal range and there is every possibility that Pakistan might ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago
Obamas visit prompts terror alert in Jammu schools
About 200 terrorists are trying to sneak into India in a bid to attack schools and religious places ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit this month but security forces are fully prepared to foil their attempts, a top army official said on ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
About 200 Terrorists Planning Attacks Ahead of Obama Visit to India
World 12:15 15.01.2015 (updated 12:32 15.01.2015) 15 0 0 NEW DELHI, January 15 (Sputnik)— Terrorists are planning major attacks inIndia ahead ofa visit byUS President Barack Obama, a senior military commander said Thursday. "There are 14 to15 ...
 RIA Novosti2 weeks ago
Terrorists might launch attack ahead of Republic Day: Army
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The Army on Thursday warned that terrorists might try to carry out attacks ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to India later this month. Lt Gen KH Singh, General Officer Commanding (GoC) of Army's 16 Corps, today ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago
Terrorists might attack schools, civilian areas ahead of Obama`s visit: Army
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The Army on Thursday warned that terrorists might try to carry out attacks ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to India later this month. Lt Gen KH Singh, General Officer Commanding (GoC) of Army's 16 Corps, today ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago
200 militants trying to infiltrate, terrorists may attack schools during Obama visit: Army official
NEW DELHI: There are inputs that terrorists might try to attack schools, army camps, national highways and civilian areas on the Republic Day and during US President Barack Obama's India visit, Lt Gen KH Singh, GOC, 16 Corps, said on Thursday. ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Sify
Army warns of attacks by Pak ultras ahead of Obama visit
Nagrota (JK): Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the country later this month, a top Army ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
Militants may attack JK ahead of Obama visit Army
The Indian Army said on Thursday that there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit later this month. General Officer ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Army warns of attacks by Pak militants in JK ahead of Obama
Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack "soft targets" in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the country later this month, a top Army officer ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
200 militants trying to infiltrate ahead of Obama's India visit: Army
Representational image. Nagrota (JK) : Army said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
First Post.com
Possible attacks by Pakistani militants in J&K ahead of Obama visit: Army
Army on Thursday said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir. The post Possible attacks by Pakistani ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago
Possible attacks by Pakistan militants in J&K ahead of Obama visit: Indian Army
Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on 'soft targets' such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Ahead of Obama visit, Army warns of Peshawar-like attack
Speculating that terrorists might carry out Peshawar-like attack in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit, the Army on Thursday said there is possibility that Pakistan might try to divert fringe elements of the home grown ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
Militants May Strike Ahead of Obama Visit: Army
New Delhi: The Army Thursday warned that terrorists might try to carry out attacks ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to India later this month. Addressing a press conference at White Knight Corps in Nagrota Jammu, General Officer ...
 Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago
Army chips in with Operation Hausle Buland to reach relief to firing-hit people
Jammu, Jan 5: The Indian Army has joined the civil administration in Jammu and Kashmir to provide shelter to those who have lost their homes due to exchange of fire between the Indian and Pakistani forces in Samba, Hiranagar and Kathua sectors on Saturday.
 One India3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News
J&K polls: Terror-hit Uri gives a befitting reply to militants with massive turnout of 79 per cent
Srinagar : Just three days after serial terror attacks by Pakistani militants in the Uri region of Baramulla district, brave voters lined up outside the polling booths to exercise their franchise in the third phase of five-phased assembly elections in the ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
Govt asks BSF to step up vigil along Pakistan border
Following the recent Uri attack in which Pakistani militants killed 13 people including Army men and civilians, the home ministry has directed the BSF to intensify vigil along the International Border (IB) to check infiltration.
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India
Ahead of PM Modi’s J&K visit, militants unleash terror; 20 killed
A senior Army officer who is taking part in the operations said the exact number of terrorists that took part is not known, but they are believed to be Pakistanis.
 Times of India1 month ago
Three militant attacks in 12 hours in J&K; 11 security men killed
In multiple attacks two days ahead of the Prime Minister's visit to Jammu and Kashmir, militants stormed an Army camp in Uri in Baramulla district, killing 11 security personnel, including a Lt Col, and targeted a police party in Shopian while a top LeT ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Terrorist havens in Pak unacceptable: Obama
Ahead of his New Delhi visit, US President Barack Obama sought to put pressure on Islamabad to expeditiously bring to justice perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks and said that terrorist "safe havens" in Pakistan were not acceptable. "I have made it clear ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Police Links Infiltration to Possible Militant Attacks in J
SRINAGAR: The police chief of Jammu and Kashmir has linked infiltration of militants from across the border to possible attacks in the State ahead of country's Republic Day. Infiltration of militants from across the border is directly linked to ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror
Lashkar commander arrested in Kashmir
Lashkar-e-Toiba's terrorist has been arrested by Jammu and Kashmir Police in Sopore town of Baramulla district. The arrested commander has been identified as Zubair Ahmead Mughal @ Akhtar Hussain @ Amir Mawya, 24 years old, son of Abdul Rasheed ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago
Militant attacks fail to dampen rallying spirits
The deadly militant attacks in the Kashmir Valley that killed at least 21 people and injured several others has failed to dampen the election fervour, with all major parties holding rallies as usual on Saturday. Election campaigning continued ahead of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
InToday
Obama visit: Army warns 200 militants trying to infiltrate
The Army on Thursday said there are inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 InToday2 weeks ago
Outlook India
Possible Attacks by Pak Militants in J&K Ahead of Obama Visit: Army
Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror
Possible attacks by Pak militants in JK ahead of Obama visit: Army
Army on Thursday said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on "soft targets" such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago
Possible attacks by Pak militants in J&K ahead of Obama visit: Army
Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on soft targets such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack Obama's India ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
Army warns of attacks by Pak militants ahead of Obama visit
NAGROTA, Jan 15: Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the country later this month, a top ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago
MetroVaartha.com
Army warns of attacks by Pak militants in JK ahead of Obama visit
India Thursday, Jan 15 , 2015,21:50 IST By metro vaartha A A A Nagrota (JK) | Pakistan-based militants will try to sneak into India and attack soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir like schools, religious places and civilian areas ...
 MetroVaartha.com2 weeks ago
IndiaPost
Possible attacks by Pak militants in JK ahead of Obama visit: Army
NAGROTA (JK): Army today said there were inputs about possibility of attacks by Pakistan-based terror outfits on soft targets such as schools, religious places, military convoys and civilian areas in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of US President Barack ...
 IndiaPost2 weeks ago
Possible attacks by Pakistan militants in J&K ahead of Obama visit: Army
General Officer Commanding (GOC), 16 Corps, Lt General KH Singh said that 200 heavily-armed militants were waiting in 36 launching pads across the Line of Control (LoC) on the other side of Pir Panjal range and there is every possibility that Pakistan might ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago

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