Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 260 results for "simla agreement"

Simla agreement was a big mistake: Shahbaz Sharif
Financial Express

Shahbaz: Simla pact a mistake

Pakistan Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday termed the Simla Agreement signed by India and Pakistan after the 1971 war a big mistake as it hurt the Kashmiri freedom struggle. Shahbaz is the brother of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. His ... Chandigarh Tribune, 5 hours ago
Simla agreement was a big mistake: Shahbaz Sharif Economic Times, 7 hours ago

8 images for simla agreement, 8 hours ago
Financial Express, 7 hours ago, 8 hours ago, 8 hours ago, 8 hours ago
Financial Express, 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle, 3 months ago
Aaj TV, 5 months ago

Agreements have not worked; action should

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the opportunity to redeem then Defence Minister Swaran Singh's pledge of 50 years ago, on Pakistani acts of violence: To shoot them and hang them in the passes Prime Minister Narendra Modi's response to the recent ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago

UN observers have not directly witnessed firing across LoC: Ban spokesperson

United Nations, Sep 30 UN military observers have not directly witnessed any firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, Secretary General Ban Ki -moon's spokesperson said on Friday. Briefing reporters, spokesperson Stephane Dujarric ...
 ProKerala.com7 hours ago

India Strikes Back: The latest updates

On Thursday, the Indian Army carried out one of its most daring strikes, attacking terrorists across the Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, taking out at least 38-40 terrorists. A day later, here are the latest updates on the fallout of the strikes. 1. Army Chief Dalbir Singh complimented all ranks of Udhampur-based Northern Command for successfully conducting the "surgical strike" on terrorist launchpads across the LoC in which "significant casualties" were inflicted on ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago How India can execute a military strike in Pakistan  Rediff.com1 week ago

What Is the Line of Control? -- The Short Answer

What is the LOC? The LOC is a 450 mile-long military control line which serves as a frontier slicing the disputed Indian and Pakistani governed parts of Kashmir into two. Both countries claim the region in full. The line is covered in most parts ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland13 hours ago Following situation with great concern: UN on rising India-Pak tensions at LoC  Siasat Daily18 hours ago UN military observers in touch with India, Pakistan on ceasefire violations  Can India News1 day ago Pakistan violated ceasefire 16 times since March  Rediff.com2 months ago

India's surgical strikes will boost US efforts to rein Pak terror

By G Parthasarathy For over a quarter of a century, Pakistan has waged an undeclared war against India in Jammu and Kashmir, using radical Islamic groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, to disrupt life across the LoC and attack ...
 Economic Times15 hours ago India well aware of Pakistan's nuke threshold  Times of India1 day ago India-Pakistan War Timeline: Recent Deadly Attacks Are Just The Latest Between Nuclear Neighbors  International Business Times1 day ago Kashmir, peace and India's jingoism  DAWN Group3 days ago
DNA India

In touch with India, Pakistan to bring down tensions: China

However, Pakistan confirmed that two of its soldiers were killed in an exchange of fire along the line of control. Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh told reporters on Thursday the strikes had been based on "specific and credible information" that ...
 Equilibrio Informativo19 hours ago No Foreign Secretary-level meet as Pakistan denies terror talk  Asian Age1 month ago Pressing issue in J&K is ending incitement, India tells Pakistan  DNA India1 month ago

Teaching Pakistan a lesson: What India can do about the Indus Waters Treaty

'Much can be done by India under the provisions of the treaty to make full use of its rights it has.''The impact of that will be felt downstream,' explains former Foreign Secretary Kanwal Sibal. Despite the military conflicts of 1965, 1971 and 1999 (Kargil), Pakistan's abetment of terrorism in Punjab in the 1980s, in Kashmir from end-1989 onwards and against cities, financial and religious targets all over India in the last 26 years, India has not threatened Pakistan with a review of the Indus ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Of Geelani's 5 conditions  Greater Kashmir2 days ago Why Indus Waters Treaty Should Be Used Against Pak  NDTV4 days ago Nirmal supports Centre on IWT  Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago
The Freepress Journal

Dilemma over turning off the tap

10:47 am FOLLOW US: The 1960 treaty has stayed in place through Indo-Pakistan wars and cold wars. If India were now to decide to turn off the tap or even slow the flow, Pakistan would be in serious trouble. The Indus is something of a lifeline. It ...
 The Freepress Journal2 days ago

Extremist, communal politics of BJP

Tweet on Twitter Malik M Ashraf THE BJP government headed by Narendra Modi, ever since its inception has been pursuing discriminatory policies against Indian Muslims and other minorities, inspired by the RSS ideology of Hindutva, a form of ...
 Pakistan Observer4 days ago
Prev | Next
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts


Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
More     Less