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Pakistani Opposition Clashes with the Police

Pakistani Opposition Clashes with the Police

Islamabad: Clashes broke out in the Pakistani capital Saturday night after thousands of protesters led by two opposition leaders tried to march toward the residence of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The two opposition leaders, Imran Khan, a ... NDTV, 3 weeks ago
DNA India

Border Villagers Return Home, Fear Continues

As guns fell silent, over 4,000 border villagers returned to their homes in dozens of hamlets along the International Border (IB) in Jammu sector amid fear of firing and shelling by Pakistani troops. After the truce called by Indian and ...
 Outlook India3 weeks ago Fear persists as border dwellers return home  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Cross-border shelling heaviest since 1971 war  DNA India3 weeks ago

Pakistan Army opens firing, Indian troops retaliate

After a two-day lull, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire twice on Sunday by resorting to heavy firing with automatic and small arms along International Border and Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Poonch districts of Jammu and Kashmir, forcing Indian ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Pak violates ceasefire twice  Deccan Herald1 month ago I-Day bonhomie over, Pakistan targets Indian posts again  Rediff.com1 month ago

Border people don't want war: Omar

JAMMU, Sep 2: Advocating resumption of talks between India and Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Tuesday said people in border areas of the State don't subscribe to war. Omar visited the Joia, Trewa, Saikalan, Jora, Jabowal, ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago Defence ministry agrees to army's long pending demand of artillery guns  DNA India2 weeks ago Prime Minister Modi hits out at Pakistan for its ‘proxy war’ of terror  Asian Age1 month ago
Jagran Post

Army chief vows to respond to Pak 'intensely'

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag on Friday asserted that the Indian military would respond to Pakistani provocation on the Line of Control in a "more than adequate, intense and immediate" manner. Responding to a question on Pakistani troops beheading soldier ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag warns Pakistan on beheading  Asian Age1 month ago First day in office, Army Chief presages Pakistan on beheading-like incident  Jagran Post1 month ago Army Chief warns Pakistan on beheading-like incident  Deccan Herald1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

17 days of air supremacy

MUHAMMAD ADNAN KHAN The war of 1965 lasted for 17 days but in actual it was all over from the point of view of Pakistan Air Force after first twelve days on 19 Sep 1965. On this last day a formation of eight Indian aircraft (four Hunters and four ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Heaviest Cross-Border Firing by Pakistan Since 1971 War: BSF

There have been 21 ceasefire violations by Pakistan in less then a fortnight and 23 in the month of August alone. [Representational Picture] Reuters/Mukesh Gupta/Files In the face of relentless attacks by Pakistani troops across the International ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago BSF security personnel gun down Pakistani intruder in Kashmir  IBN Live1 month ago Ceasefire violations done to aid undesirable elements: BSF  Rediff.com1 month ago

The Spellz — exploring cultural diversity through music

Canadian-Pakistani music artist Nas, better known by his stage name The Spellz, was recently selected by the prestigious online platform as the Artist of the Day. He is currently also in the running for Emerging Artist from ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago

VHP wants Pakistani lifestyle exhibition in Delhi scrapped

NEW DELHI: The upcoming Pakistani lifestyle exhibition at PragatiMaidan, 'Alishan Pakistan', could face trouble from Hindu groups. Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has written to event organiserFICCI, LGNajeeb Jung and Delhi Police commissioner BS Bassi ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Indian army foils Pakistani efforts to dig underground tunnel for infilitration

As Indian army plugs the holes on the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan is digging secret underground tunnels to explore alternative routes for pushing in infiltrators into Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to keep the terror mills grinding in the restive ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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