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  • Exclusive: Army Recovers Footage From Camera Pak Commando Was Carrying

    Exclusive: Army Recovers Footage From Camera Pak Commando Was Carrying

    A Pakistani commando, shot dead by the Indian Army after he crossed the Line of Control in an attempt to behead Indian soldiers yesterday, was wearing a camera mounted to his head. NDTV has learnt that senior Army officers are studying the footage which may show the Pakistan Border Action Team (BAT) crossing the Line of Control, thereby disproving ...

  • Pak Beheading Squad Intercepted Yesterday Were Army Commandos

    Pak Beheading Squad Intercepted Yesterday Were Army Commandos

    A day after the Army foiled an attack in Kashmir by a squad of the Pakistani Border Action Team, details are emerging of how one of the terrorists killed was likely to have been a serving soldier of the elite Special Services Group (SSG) Commando force of the Pakistan Army.

  • Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Two soldiers died during an exchange of fire with Pakistan's Border Action Team, which had intruded into the Indian side at Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir. There were at least two intruders, one of whom has been killed. Another has managed to escape under cover fire from Pakistan, the army said.

  • Constable Sohan Lal Who Crossed Into Pakistan 3 Years Ago Released

    Constable Sohan Lal Who Crossed Into Pakistan 3 Years Ago Released

    Sohan Lal, a Jammu and Kashmir constable, who inadvertently crossed the border into Pakistan three years ago was handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagah border in Punjab on Thursday. Mr Lal's return ends a torturous wait for the 39-year-old's family back home in Jammu's RS Pura district.

  • Why Don't You Cross The Border, Gambhir Asks Mirwaiz Who Cheered Pakistan Win

    Why Don't You Cross The Border, Gambhir Asks Mirwaiz Who Cheered Pakistan Win

    Title-holders India, set 339 to win, collapsed to 33 for three and 54 for five against a Pakistan side they had thrashed by 124 runs in their tournament opener at Edgbaston on June 4.

  • Home Ministry Report On Border Floodlighting Shows Spain-Morocco Border

    Home Ministry Report On Border Floodlighting Shows Spain-Morocco Border

    After a photo captioned in a Home Ministry report as "floodlighting along the border" turned out to be from the Spain-Morocco border, Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi has demanded an explanation from officials and said: "If it's a mistake by the ministry, we will apologise."

  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along Line Of Control, Army Retaliates

    Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Along Line Of Control, Army Retaliates

    Pakistan violated the ceasefire in two separate incidents along the Line of Control and International Border in Jammu and Kashmir this morning. No injuries or damages have been reported.

  • Ceasefire Violations By Pakistan In Jammu And Kashmir, Indian Troops Retaliate

    Ceasefire Violations By Pakistan In Jammu And Kashmir, Indian Troops Retaliate

    Two ceasefire violations by Pakistan took place along the Line of Control and the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir this morning. No injuries or damages have been reported.

  • PM Narendra Modi Greets Nawaz Sharif, To Meet China's Xi Jinping Today: 10 Points

    PM Narendra Modi Greets Nawaz Sharif, To Meet China's Xi Jinping Today: 10 Points

    On his second day in Kazakhstan capital Asthana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping this morning on the margins of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation or SCO - a consortium that focuses on security and trade. This was the first meeting of the two leaders to build on common interests in eight months; much of it spent und...

  • Floodlights Installed Along Border With Pakistan, Bangladesh

    Floodlights Installed Along Border With Pakistan, Bangladesh

    The government has floodlit 647 kilometres of the border with Pakistan and Bangladesh to prevent terrorists and immigrants from infiltrating into Indian territory. The floodlighting of the 647-km-long stretches of the two international borders was completed in the last one year, a Home Ministry official said.

  • Infiltration Declined By 45% After Surgical Strikes, Says Rajnath Singh

    Infiltration Declined By 45% After Surgical Strikes, Says Rajnath Singh

    Suggesting that the surgical strikes carried out by the army in Pakistan occupied Kashmir in September last year had had lasting benefits, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said infiltration of terrorists from across the border had declined by 45 per cent as compared to the previous six months.

  • Cross-Border Infiltration Down After Surgical Strike, Says Rajnath Singh

    Cross-Border Infiltration Down After Surgical Strike, Says Rajnath Singh

    The number of terrorists coming from Pakistan has reduced after India struck terror camps across the Line of Control in a surgical strike, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.

  • Burhan Wani's Successor Sabzar Bhat Among 8 Terrorists Killed In Jammu And Kashmir

    Burhan Wani's Successor Sabzar Bhat Among 8 Terrorists Killed In Jammu And Kashmir

    Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani, was among eight terrorists who have been killed in separate encounters in Jammu and Kashmir today. While two of the terrorists killed were holed up in a building in Pulwama district's Tral area, six others were killed by the Indian Army as it successfully foiled an infiltrati...

  • Family Thanks Government After Woman Who Was Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    Family Thanks Government After Woman Who Was Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    The family of an Indian woman who claimed she was forced by a Pakistani man to marry him at gunpoint today said that they thought she would never be able to return "this soon". The woman, identified as Uzma Ahmad, reached India this morning, crossing the Wagah Border near Amritsar from Pakistan, after being allowed to return home by the Islamabad H...

  • 'Welcome Home, India's Daughter': Woman Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    'Welcome Home, India's Daughter': Woman Forced To Marry Pak Man Returns

    The Indian woman who accused a Pakistani man of forcing her at gunpoint to marry him, returned to India this morning. Uzma, who sought refuge at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad came back via Wagah border, escorted by the officials of the Indian High Commission.

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