SRINAGAR: With Pakistani Rangers targeting Indian posts along International Border (IB) in Jammu, BSF has increased the vigil along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir to foil infiltration attempts of militants, who are present in large numbers in ... New Indian Express, 1 day ago
Heavy firing exchanged on Jammu IB - Kashmir Times, 7 hours ago
Three Indian villagers injured in fresh ceasefire violation by Pakistan - International Business Times India, 1 day ago
Pakistani rangers violated ceasefire along the International Border in Jammu this evening -- injuring three persons, including a woman -- in Arnia sector and prompting the Border Security forces to retaliate. Besides Arnia, the Rangers resorted to small arms ...NDTV, 1 day ago Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Again,3 Injured in Jammu Punjabkesari, 1 day ago
January 27, 2015 @ 02:45 PM Pakistani Rangers Refuse Sweets from Indian Border Guards as Tensions Rise Indo-Pak border bonhomie nose-dived as Pakistani Rangers refused sweets offered by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) to mark the Indian...
Indo-Pak border bonhomie nose-dived as Pakistani Rangers refused sweets offered by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) to mark the Indian Republic Day on Monday. The refusal to accept the sweets is aimed at making it clear that Pakistan Rangers ...Defense World, 4 days ago
LAHORE - Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday handed over 20 Pakistani prisoners to Pakistan's Punjab Rangers as a goodwill gesture on Wagha border, a Rangers spokesman said of on Thursday. He said these prisoners had crossed into Indian ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago India releases fishermen DAWN Group, 1 week ago India to free 20 Pakistani prisoners tomorrow Frontier Post, 1 week ago Pakistan frees 40 Indian prisoners Asian Age, 2 months ago
Two Taliban militants, part of a 50-member gang, were arrested after a joint raid carried out by Pakistani police and Rangers here today. The militants belonging to the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) outfit were arrested from Sohrab Goth's ...Business Standard, 5 days ago Two Hizbul Mujahideen cadres arrested 24Dunia, 1 week ago
Pakistan reportedly summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner to that country on Wednesday evening to register its protest over the alleged killing of four Pakistani Rangers by Indian troops in the border areas of the Samba Sector in Jammu and Kashmir. The ...Sify, 4 weeks ago Will speak to India in language they understand, says Pak minister Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Pakistan summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner Rediff.com, 1 month ago PTI - INDOPAK - Pakistan summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
In fresh ceasefire violation, Pakistan Rangers today targeted 13 border outposts in Samba sector... Asaram Undergoes Medical Examination at AIIMS Asaram Bapu was today taken to AIIMS here amidst high security for examination by a medical... Govt Blocks ...Outlook, 4 weeks ago India to lodge protest over ceasefire violation by Pakistan DNA, 4 weeks ago India to lodge protest with Pak against ceasefire violations Deccan Herald, 4 weeks ago India to lodge protest with Pakistan against ceasefire violations Jagran Post, 4 weeks ago
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Jammu: A BSF jawan was martyredearly this afternoon when Pakistani Rangers resumed heavy mortar shelling targeting scores of Border Out Posts (BoPs) and civilian areas along International Border (IB) in Samba and Kathua districts.The firing ...IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago BSF jawan killed in Pakistan shelling along IB in Samba Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago BSF jawan killed in Pak shelling along IB in Samba Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago BSF jawan killed in Pak border shelling Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
India has dismissed allegations made by Islamabad about the killing of two Pakistani Rangers in the BSF firing on the International Border in the Jammu.External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj wrote to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Advisor ...Business Standard, 3 weeks ago 3 dead, 2000 flee Pak firing The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Reacting sharply, India today dismissed Pakistan's allegation of 'breach of trust' over the killing of Pakistan Rangers and asked it to adhere to the mechanisms that have been evolved to ensure peace and tranquility on the International Border and Line of Control.External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj wrote to Sartaj Aziz, Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs and National Security, a day after he lodged a strong protest and sought an immediate probe into the killing of Rangers ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago Swaraj writes to Aziz; rejects Pak allegations Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago Sushma writes to Aziz; dismisses Pak allegations Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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