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Crossing LoC, use of n-weapons were not ruled out during Kargi...

A veiled threat by India to use nuclear weapons or cross the Line of Control to flush out terrorists at the height of the 1999 Kargil war may have nudged then US President Bill Clinton to put pressure on Pakistan to back down. The revelation has ... Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
Use of N-weapons was not ruled out during Kargil war Hindustan Times, 2 months ago

India was ready to cross LoC, use nuclear weapons in Kargil war

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 Business Standard2 months ago Exclusive: India's 'Six-Day War' Plan for Kargil  NDTV2 months ago

Kargil was best chance to cross LoC: Omar Abdullah

The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister says the war had provided an opportunity for India to take back some territory. National Conference working president and former J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has defended his father's (Farooq ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Why didn't India wrest PoK during Kargil war, instead respected LoC's sanctity: Omar  MyInforms2 months ago

Residents of remote Kargil village construct 3 km motorable road

Setting an example, residents of Latoo village near the line of control (LoC) in Kargil have constructed a 3 km motorable road without any assistance from district administration. Working in harsh cold conditions, where temperature dips as low as - 20 degree ...
 Rising Kashmir1 month ago

Kargil was a lost opportunity to call Pakistan's nuclear bluff

The Pakistanis overplayed the nuclear thing and we succumbed to it, says Lt. Gen. Mohinder Puri. The Kargil conflict of 1999 was an opportunity to call Pakistan's nuclear bluff but India failed to do so for political reasons, says Lt. Gen.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Hopefully, some Pak general is not planning another Kargil  Rediff.com1 month ago 'Pakistan planned to drop nuclear bomb on India during Kargil conflict'  MSN News Canada2 months ago 'Pakistan planned to drop nukes on India'  Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago

Leh, Kargil freeze at temperature drops far below sub zero

Leh freezes at minus 14.5 degree and Kargil minus 13.8 degree in the Ladakh region while minimum temperature also witnessed drop in the Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, where water bodies were again frozen this morning. Dry and ...
 NetIndia123.com3 weeks ago Day chill intensifies in J&K: Leh, Kargil freeze at minus 12 C  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Kashmiri leaders across LoC oppose move to merge Gilgit-Baltistan with Pakistan

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: PTI) Nawaz Sharif plans to hold a meet with top officials to deliberate on the future of Gilgit-Baltistan. Srinagar : Kashmiri leaders on both sides of the Line of Control have expressed serious concerns over the ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Cross LoC CBMs: JK Government's views on opening nine more routes awaited: GoI

Task Force on National Security recommended for opening new points Jammu, Publish Date: Dec 28 2015 10:33PM | Updated Date: Dec 28 2015 10:33PM File Photo Amid growing bonhomie between India and Pakistan, the Government of India has said that J&K ...
 Greater Kashmir1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Cross-LoC traders seek increase in business

Business leaders from both sides of Jammu and Kashmir have demanded increase in tradable items besides opening communication and banking facilities to boost cross-LoC trade. Sources told Deccan Herald that traders of Jammu and Kashmir and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Turbulent India-Pak relations  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Indo-Pak peace talks should continue despite terrorists bid to derail them  Asia Times Online4 weeks ago Thaw in Pak-India ties delights Kashmiri businessmen  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Times of India

Indian defence ministry a bad organisation with no accountability: former general

Are our defence forces suitably tech-ready to fight a war? No, we are not, says the man who led the Army in the Kargil war. Former Chief of Army Staff Gen V P Malik tells Times of India that our war-preparedness will remain hampered unless DRDO and ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago The ministry of defence is a bad organisation with no accountability: Gen V P Malik  Times of India1 month ago
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