'An unconventional war cannot be fought by conventional means,' says Lieutenant General D B Shekatkar (retd). IMAGE: Soldiers conduct a search in the aftermath of a fierce gunfight between soldiers and terrorists in south Kashmir's Pulwama district, March 9, 2016. Two terrorists were killed. Photograph: Umar Ganie "Cross border terrorism cannot be fought successfully by remaining inside your borders. It means you have to increase your area of reach. It doesn't mean that you cross the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Terrorism has become Pakistan's foreign and defence policy towards India, say army veterans. REACTING TO the deadly terror attack in Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, near the Line of Control, in which 17 soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred and many ...Indian Express, 1 week ago
The Kargil War was an armed conflict between India and Pakistan in May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of J&K and elsewhere along the Line of Control. After the war ended on July 26, 1999 a government inquiry found gaping holes in our strategy ...Sakaal Times, 2 months ago
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