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Jawan Injured in Unprovoked Firing by Pakistan Along LOC

Jawan Injured in Pak Firing

SRINAGAR:Pakistani troops on Tuesday yet again violated the ceasefire agreement along the Line of Control (LoC)in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, which left an Army jawan injured.However, he is reportedly in a stable condition. Pakistani ... New Indian Express, 3 hours ago

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Afghan foreign ministry summons Pakistan ambassador, lodges protest over firing

Afghan foreign ministry summoned Pakistan's ambassador to Afghanistan, Sayed Ibrar Hussain on Thursday and protested over what it described indiscriminate firing by Pakistani forces on Afghan Border Police on Tuesday night which left an Afghan ... days ago Afghans and Taliban representatives meet in Pakistan for peace talks  Washington Post8 hours ago Afghan delegation in Pakistan for talks with Taliban  Business Recorder4 hours ago Border tension: Afghanistan summons Pakistan's ambassador  The Express Tribune5 days ago

Four killed, two hurt in Pakistan firing

Islamabad, July 6 (IANS) At least four people, including a policeman, were killed and two others injured in two separate incidents where armed assailants opened fire in Pakistan's Quetta city on Monday. In the first attack, three people, including a ...
 Sify1 day ago Gunmen kill 3 in Pakistan  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago Gunmen kill 3 people in Pakistan  Business Standard1 day ago 4 killed, 2 injured in SW Pakistan  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago
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Pak heavy firing at BoPs, BSF retaliates in Arnia

The Pakistan army heavily fired and targeted the forward Border outposts in Arnia sub sector while the BSF effectively retaliated to the cross border firing, official spokesman said here today.. "Pakistani Rangers fired unprovoked the whole night ...
 NetIndia123.com1 day ago Pakistan Rangers target 3 BSF posts in Arnia sector of Jammu, BSF retaliates  IBNLive India News2 days ago Pakistani Rangers halt shelling along IB  MSN News US1 day ago J&K: Pakistan fires shells at BSF posts in Arnia  Indian Express2 days ago

BSF Jawan dies in Pakistan firing in Jammu and Kashmir

Pakistani troops for the second day running on Monday targeted Indian border outposts (BOPs) along the international border (IB) in Jammu district. The unprovoked Pakistani firing evoked a befitting response from the Border Security Force (BSF), ...
 Asian Age1 day ago
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Pakistan expressed deep concern over unprovoked firing by Afghan Border Police at Angoor Adda gate on Pakistan side.

Foreign Office summoned Afghan Ambassador and handed over a protest letter to him against detention of a Pakistani Diplomat in Kandahar. The diplomat was forcibly taken away and kept in detention by the Afghan authorities. Pakistan also expressed ...
 Radio Pakistan4 days ago Islamabad summons Afghan envoy over official's detention  MENAFN3 days ago Pakistan summons Afghan envoy, protests detention of consulate's official  SAMAA TV4 days ago Cross Border Shelling: Pakistan Afghanistan Ambassador Summoned  Bakhtar News Agency3 days ago

Afghan firing injures Pakistani border troops

ISLAMABAD: A cross-border fire from Afghanistan has resulted in two non fatal casualties on Pakistani side at Angoor Adda border crossing gate, Samaa reported. "A Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG-7) and gunfire from the Afghan side injured two ...
 SAMAA TV6 days ago Border Clash Tests Afghan-Pakistan Relations  DefenseNews.com4 days ago Pak army rescues injured Afghan soldier  Business Standard2 weeks ago Wars in Pakistan and Afghanistan leave 150,000 dead: Study  Jagran Post1 month ago

41 killed, several injured in firing on bus in Karachi

Islamabad: At least 41 people were killed and 20 others injured when unidentified gunmen opened fire at a bus in Pakistan's Karachi city on Wednesday. The incident took place near the city's Safoora Chowk area, Dawn online reported. A hospital official said ...
 Sify1 month ago Arrests over Pakistan bus attack  MSN India1 month ago 43 killed in Karachi bus firing  Prokerala1 month ago Gunmen massacre 43 in Karachi bus  The Telegraph1 month ago

Gunmen kill 4 in sectarian violence in Pakistan's Baluchistan province

Four persons,including three minority Shia Muslims,were killed and nine others injured in three separate firing incidents of sectarian violence that broke out in Pakistan's restive Baluchistan province. The firing incidents took place yesterday after the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Gunmen kill 4 in Pakistan sectarian violence  Business Standard1 month ago Gunmen kill 3 in Pakistan's Quetta  Zee News1 month ago Gunmen kill 3 in Pakistan's Quetta  Business Standard1 month ago

Pakistan army violates ceasefire twice on LoC

army on Monday twice violated the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district by resorting to unprovoked firing at Indian positions. "Pakistan army resorted to unprovoked firing at our positions in Krishna Ghati sector of LoC twice during the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Pakistan army violates ceasefire along LoC  One India4 weeks ago Pakistan Army violates ceasefire on LoC  Sify1 month ago
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