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War with Pakistan? Situation at LoC in Kashmir shows ...

War with Pakistan? Situation at LoC in Kashmir shows the huge ...

A soldier fixed his gaze on Saleem-ud-Din Khan as he walked out of his home facing an Army bunker in Silikote village, a sparsely populated and one of the last inhabitations along the Line of Control in north Kashmir's Uri. Earlier in the day, ..., 2 months ago

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Siasat Daily, 2 months ago
Indian Express, 2 months ago

Silikote: The LoC hamlet where fear outweighs hope

This fear is visible from the faces of people. Nobody can understand what it means to live on the Line of Control, the residents told Greater Kashmir. We only hope that a war between India and Pakistan doesn't break out. We will be the worst ...
 Greater Kashmir2 months ago


Silikote/Balkote/Thajal, Oct. 2 -- 'ALWAYS LIVING IN FEAR' Ghulam Qadir of Balkote village in north Kashmir's Baramulla district lost his left leg in a blast during the 1965 war and now uses a prosthetic limb. The village, on a hilltop, is within a ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago

Won't Let The Frost Sink Deep

The slender Hajipir stream has a ridge to its other side that dots Pakistani army posts. In light wintry mist, the water is a trickle when viewed from Hathlanga village overlooking the nallah sliding down the thick foliage of walnut trees and ...
 Outlook India1 day ago

Uneasy sleeps Uri

Has the war started? Twenty-seven-year-old Fayaz Ahmad's voice quivers as he reacts to news of the terror attack in Baramulla on Sunday night. The Uri resident, just like every other person in this town which has ruled headlines since September 18, ...
 Hindu Business Line2 months ago
The Nation Pakistan

Kashmiris living along LoC saw no Indian surgical strikes: ...

WASHINGTON - Representatives of two leading American newspapers -- The Washington Post and The New York Times - who visited Bhimber, Chamb and Sahmani villages adjoining the Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed Kashmir region have reported that the ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

In Kashmir, questions arise about surgical strikes by India

MANDHOLE (Pakistan) — The sound of gunfire awoke Malik Rustam and his family around 4 am. Within minutes, they headed for cover in a community bunker, as residents here in the Pakistani-controlled portion of Kashmir have been trained to do. ...
 Today Online2 months ago

These Two Villages Near Uri Stand For Each Other Across Communal Divide

Bandi and Lagama are like any other LoC villages. Shiny clusters made of wood, stone and tin, slapped over hills of populars, pine and fronted by maize clearings. Tough to reach but at peace with its surroundings. Similar features but different ...
 News18.com2 months ago
New Indian Express

Border tale: Living on edge but won't budge

CHANDIGARH, SRINAGAR : Amid escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, some people living on the frontier in Punjab are refusing to leave their homes till actual firing starts from across the border, just like their Kashmir counterparts who are ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
Indian Express

Uneasy calm in village on LoC in Uri

In the years before India and Pakistan called a ceasefire in 2003, cross-border shelling had caused much destruction here. SIX KILOMETRES from the main town of Uri lies Silikote, a village of 22 households on the Line of Control. It used to be a ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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