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'Kashmir Strike' - 57 Video Result(s)

'Kashmir Strike' - 101 News Result(s)

  • 7 Soldiers Killed In Terror Strike At Army Base Near Jammu, Hostages Saved

    7 Soldiers Killed In Terror Strike At Army Base Near Jammu, Hostages Saved

    Seven soldiers, including two officers, were killed in a huge terror attack on Tuesday at an army base near Jammu in the town of Nagrota, just 20 kilometres from the border with Pakistan. A group of heavily-armed suicide attackers in police uniforms entered the army base in Nagrota before daybreak with guns and grenades and forced their way in. The...

  • Along Border, Pakistan Holds 'Strike Of Thunder' Drill With Planes, Tanks

    Along Border, Pakistan Holds 'Strike Of Thunder' Drill With Planes, Tanks

    The army has rejected Pakistan's claim that it killed 11 Indian soldiers this week. "No fatal casualties due to Pakistani firing," the army tweeted.

  • Notes Ban Hit Kashmir Protests, Says Centre. Opposition Disagrees.

    Notes Ban Hit Kashmir Protests, Says Centre. Opposition Disagrees.

    The scrapping of high value currency notes has had an immediate, positive fallout in Kashmir, the Central government has indicated. Srinagar is slowly slipping into normalcy. The separatist sponsored strike call loses steam as the protesters throwing stones have gone off the road.

  • 95% Exam Attendance In Jammu And Kashmir 'Surgical Strike' Against Terror: Prakash Javadekar

    95% Exam Attendance In Jammu And Kashmir 'Surgical Strike' Against Terror: Prakash Javadekar

    Students from Jammu and Kashmir have given a befitting reply to terrorists as 95 per cent of them appeared for their class 12 board examination in the state, which is in itself is a powerful "surgical strike", Education Minister Prakash Javadekar said today.

  • How Unrest Has Hit Start-Ups In Kashmir

    How Unrest Has Hit Start-Ups In Kashmir

    It is the 117th day of shut down in Kashmir. Schools and shops are closed and public transport is still off the roads. The unending strike has hit the common man, students, transporters and business community. But one of the worst-hit are budding start-ups in the valley.

  • Lashkar-e-Taiba Suffered Maximum Damage In Surgical Strikes: Report

    Lashkar-e-Taiba Suffered Maximum Damage In Surgical Strikes: Report

    Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashker-e-Taiba or LeT suffered the maximum damage in the cross-Line of Control surgical strikes on terror launch pads carried out by the Indian army with assessment reports of radio intercepts indicating that around 20 of its terrorists were killed.

  • Warning Of Possible Attack Sent To 22 Airports Including Delhi

    Warning Of Possible Attack  Sent To 22 Airports Including Delhi

    Intelligence agencies have warned of a possible terror attack at airports in four states as well as Delhi. 22 airports in the four states have been sent detailed warnings and authorities have confirmed high security measures are being implemented.

  • Surgical Strikes During UPA Too. What Has Modi Changed?

    Surgical Strikes During UPA Too. What Has Modi Changed?

    The difference between UPA strikes and BJP strikes is that instead of leaving it is as a localized military retaliation as in the past, the Modi government has played up the 29 September strikes publicly and through the media as unprecedented "strong" action against state-sponsored Pakistani terrorists.

  • Defence Minister To Be Felicitated For 'Successful' Strike

    Defence Minister To Be Felicitated For 'Successful' Strike

    Days after India's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK), the state BJP's Uttar Pradesh unit is planning to accord a "warm reception" to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar who is set to visit in Lucknow on Thursday.

  • Discussions On Surgical Strikes Will Be Insult To Army: Venkaiah Naidu

    Discussions On Surgical Strikes Will Be Insult To Army: Venkaiah Naidu

    Hitting out at those "seeking proof" of the surgical strikes in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said further discussions on the operations will be an "insult" to the "commendable" task carried out by the Army.

  • European Parliament Vice-President Supports India's Surgical Strikes

    European Parliament Vice-President Supports India's Surgical Strikes

    India's "proactive operation" against terrorists in the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir should be "commended" and supported by the international community, a top European Parliament official has said, underlining that New Delhi deserves global support in its fight against terror.

  • UN Security Council Not Discussing India-Pak Tensions: Russia

    UN Security Council Not Discussing India-Pak Tensions: Russia

    The UN Security Council has not been discussing the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, Russia's envoy to the UN and Council president for October said, in a clear snub to Pakistan which had raised the Kashmir issue and surgical strike by India in the world body.

  • Surgical Strikes Vs Pak 'Fake,' Need Proof: Congress' Sanjay Nirupam

    Surgical Strikes Vs Pak 'Fake,' Need Proof: Congress' Sanjay Nirupam

    At a time when political parties have expressed their support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's action against Pakistan, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam has declared that unless the government offers proof of last week's surgical strikes, they appear to be "fake."

  • Pakistan Still In Anaesthesia After 'Surgery', Says Manohar Parrikar

    Pakistan Still In Anaesthesia After 'Surgery', Says Manohar Parrikar

    In his first remarks after India's surgical anti-terror strike across the Line of Control, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today compared Pakistan's condition to an "anaesthetised patient" after a surgery and said like Lord Hanuman, Indian Army has recognised its prowess.

  • People Should Have Faith In Government, Says Kailash Satyarthi

    People Should Have Faith In Government, Says Kailash Satyarthi

    In the wake of heightened tension in Indo-Pak ties following the surgical strike targeting terror launch pads across LoC, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi today said peace has been the tradition of India and people should have faith in the government.

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