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Odisha Governor hails Indian Defence Forces for striking on the terror base in POK

Pak sends envoys to China, post strikes by India

NEW DELHI: Pakistan has rushed envoys to its all-weather friend China hours after surgical strikes across LoC by the Indian Army hoping to enlist Beijing's support in its confrontation with Delhi. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif 's special ... Economic Times, 22 minutes ago
SAARC summit put off by Pak Chandigarh Tribune, 2 hours ago

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Thakur talks straight on Indo-Pak cricket

Anurag Singh Thakur, who has actually been trying to make a difference as the Board of Control for Cricket in India president, spoke to The Telegraph at around 10.00 pm on Friday.
 The Telegraph3 minutes ago

Pak win

Babar Azam's knock of 120 helped Pakistan reach 284/9 that West Indies failed to overcome, giving them a 111-run win, via the D/L method here on Friday. WI were all out for 175 runs.
 The Telegraph3 minutes ago Azam's ton lifts Pak against West Indies before lights go out  Millennium Post2 hours ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

10,000 villagers evacuated from border villages in Jammu

Amid tension prevailing in areas along the Indo-Pak border after the surgical strikes in PoK to dismantle terrorist launch pads, nearly 10,000 villagers living along IB and LoC have migrated to safer areas in Jammu district. The authorities had ...
 Business Standard40 minutes ago Indo-Pak tension soars after 'surgical strikes'  Bangladesh Daily Star4 hours ago Pak fires small arms in border villages, people shift to safer places  United News of India15 hours ago J&K, Punjab play safe, evacuate border villages after surgical strikes in Pak  Asian Age1 day ago
Financial Express

Delhi, 5 other states put on high alert over possible Pak revenge strike

NEW DELHI: Anticipating a strike by Pakistan-based terror outfits in the country, particularly the metros, in the aftermath of Army's surgical strikes in PoK, the home ministry on Friday issued an alert seeking stepped up vigil at strategic ...
 Times of India43 minutes ago High alert across India over possible attacks by Pak-based terror groups  Financial Express9 hours ago ATTACK-ADVISORY - High alert over possible attacks by Pak-based terror groups  Namibia Press Agency10 hours ago Rajnath reviews security situation along Indo-Pak border  Press Trust of India13 hours ago
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Hillary 'fears jihadists may get hold of Pak nukes'

She asserted that people live in fear that Islamabad is going to have a coup. Expressing her concern about the emerging nuclear arms race across the world, Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, said that Pakistan is running at full speed to develop tactical nukes in their continuing hostility with India. Clinton made the statement in an audio recording of the fund-raiser that appeared on the website of The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative publication, which was obtained ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Hillary fears Pak.'s nuclear bombs  The Hindu6 hours ago Pak developing tactical nukes in their continuing hostility with India: Hillary Clinton  Yahoo! India12 hours ago CLINTON-LD PAK - Clinton fears emergence of nuclear suicide bombers from Pak  Namibia Press Agency12 hours ago

Salman: Pak artistes aren't terrorists

MUMBAI: A day after a leading association of film producers passed a resolution banning Pakistani artistes from the Indian film industry, Salman Khan came out in support of the Pakistani artistes. Shiv Sena and MNS later slammed him for his ...
 Times of India1 hour ago Pak artistes, technicians banned from working in India; Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Raaes exempt  First Post.com17 hours ago IMPPA to pass resolution banning Pak artistes in India  Economic Times18 hours ago #UriAttack fallout: IMPPA to pass resolution banning Pak artistes in India  Economic Times16 hours ago
Mumbai Mirror

We can't imagine what is being done with our boy in Pak

ByMunish Pandey & Alka Dhupkar Munish Pandey & Alka Dhupkar , Mumbai Mirror | Oct 1, 2016, 02.00 AM IST Family of Chandu Chavan, who was captured by Pak troops, suffered a second tragedy when his grandmother Lilabai died of shock after ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 hour ago

Pak provides help to move terror camps from PoK

NEW DELHI: A dozen terror camps located near Muzaffarabad, in Pakistanoccupied Kashmir, were relocated to Manshera, Naushera and Jhelum with the help of the Pakistan army, according to Indian intelligence reports from across the line of control. The ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago Indian Army targeted 6 terror camps in PoK, commandos penetrated 3 km into Pak territory  MSN India1 day ago Close all terror safe havens: US asks Pak  The Financial Chronicle3 days ago Army targeted 6 terror camps in PoK, penetrated 3 km into Pak territory  MSN India1 day ago

Grandmother Of Soldier Captured by Pak Dies After Hearing News

In a tragic turn of events, grandmother of Chandu Babulal Chohan, the soldier in Pakistan captivity died after hearing the news. Home Minister Rajnath Singh expressed his sorrow and spoke to the family of the soldier. The Home Minister ...
 NDTV2 hours ago Grandmother of soldier, who crossed over to Pak, dies  Mumbai Mirror7 hours ago
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