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  • Kulbhushan Jadhav Appeals To Pak Army Chief, Second 'Confession' Released

    Kulbhushan Jadhav Appeals To Pak Army Chief, Second 'Confession' Released

    Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death for spying in Pakistan, has admitted espionage and filed a mercy petition with the chief of army staff, the Pakistan military said on Thursday, a statement India dismissed as a farce.

  • 2 Soldiers Killed In Attack On Army Convoy By Terrorists In Jammu And Kashmir

    2 Soldiers Killed In Attack On Army Convoy By Terrorists In Jammu And Kashmir

    Two soldiers were killed and four injured after terrorists ambushed their convoy which was moving from Jammu to Srinagar at Hillar Shahabad on the Jammu Srinagar national highway this morning. The attack comes days after Army Chief General Bipin Rawat reviewed the security situation in the Valley.

  • No Airspace Violation, Says Air Force After Pak Media Reports On Siachen

    No Airspace Violation, Says Air Force After Pak Media Reports On Siachen

    The Indian Air Force today denied any air space violation over the Siachen glacier after reports in the Pakistan media that the country's air chief flew a jet near the region. "There is no reported airspace violation," Air Force sources said.

  • India Considering Punitive Options Against Pakistan: Top US Official

    India Considering Punitive Options Against Pakistan: Top US Official

    India is moving towards isolating Pakistan diplomatically and is considering punitive actions against Islamabad for its support to cross-border terrorism, a top American defence intelligence chief has told lawmakers.

  • Yogi Adityanath Visits Martyr's Family. AC, Sofa Come And Go With Him

    Yogi Adityanath Visits Martyr's Family. AC, Sofa Come And Go With Him

    The family of Prem Sagar - one of the two soldiers mutilated by Pakistani troops earlier this month - has described the arrangements made for a visit by Yogi Adityanath on Sunday as "humiliating". For the Chief Minister's brief visit, the Uttar Pradesh administration insisted on bringing an air-conditioner, a carpet, a sofa and even towels to the m...

  • Pakistan Summons Iranian Envoy Over Army Officer's Provocative Remarks

    Pakistan Summons Iranian Envoy Over Army Officer's Provocative Remarks

    Pakistan on Tuesday summoned Iranian ambassador to express its concern over Iran army chief's remarks that Tehran will hit "safe havens" of terrorists in Pakistan until Islamabad takes steps to stop terrorists from carrying out cross-border attacks.

  • Will Hit Inside Pakistan If Terror Attacks Continue: Iran

    Will Hit Inside Pakistan If Terror Attacks Continue: Iran

    The head of the Iranian armed forces warned Islamabad on Monday that Tehran would hit bases inside Pakistan if the government does not confront Sunni militants who carry out cross-border attacks.

  • Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Calling the killing and mutilation of its two soldiers a "strong act of provocation", India today told Islamabad there is "sufficient evidence" of the role of the Pakistani army. The government summoned Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit to underscore its outrage and demanded immediate action against the Pakistani soldiers and commanders responsible for w...

  • How Yogi Adityanath Persuaded Village To Cremate Soldier Mutilated By Pak

    How Yogi Adityanath Persuaded Village To Cremate Soldier Mutilated By Pak

    Constable Prem Sagar, one of the two soldiers killed and mutilated by Pakistan at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday, was cremated early this morning, 11 hours after his body was brought to his village in Uttar Pradesh's Deoria. For several hours, the Border Security Force Jawan's family refused to cremate his body until it was show...

  • Mann Ki Baat For India, Gun Ki Baat With Pak: Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi

    <i>Mann Ki Baat</i> For India, Gun <i>Ki Baat</i> With Pak: Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi

    The Shiv Sena today bested the opposition in criticizing the government over the killing and mutilation of two soldiers by Pakistan yesterday. "With the people you do Mann Ki Baat. With Pakistan, you should do Gun Ki Baat," said Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray in Mumbai, riffing on the title of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popular radio speeches to u...

  • Former Pak General Raheel Sharif Leaves For Saudi Arabia To Lead Islamic Military Alliance

    Former Pak General Raheel Sharif Leaves For Saudi Arabia To Lead Islamic Military Alliance

    Pakistan's former army chief Gen Raheel Sharif left for Riyadh today to head a 41-nation Islamic military alliance after getting the government's approval, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said amidst concerns here about the Saudi-led grouping.

  • Pak Army Chief Signs Death Warrants Of 30 'Hardcore Militants'

    Pak Army Chief Signs Death Warrants Of 30 'Hardcore Militants'

    Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday signed execution orders of 30 "hardcore militants" convicted by the controversial special military courts for their involvement in several terror cases including the 2014 Army Public School attack in Peshawar.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav Has 3 Forums Of Appeal, No Immediate Execution: Pak

    Kulbhushan Jadhav Has 3 Forums Of Appeal, No Immediate Execution: Pak

    Kulbhushan Jadhav, the former Indian navy man sentenced to death in Pakistan, has three forums of appeal available under the law, Pakistani Defence Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif has said, ruling out his immediate execution, according to the Dawn newspaper. Speaking in the Pakistan Senate on Tuesday, Mr Asif said Mr Jadhav had the right to move the...

  • After Kulbhushan Jadhav's Death Sentence, India Retaliates

    After Kulbhushan Jadhav's Death Sentence, India Retaliates

    After Pakistan announced that it will execute an Indian arrested there last year on charges of espionage, India retaliated by deciding it will not release 12 Pakistani prisoners who were cleared to return home tomorrow.

  • Pakistan Initiates Fencing Afghan Border In 'High Threat Zones'

    Pakistan Initiates Fencing Afghan Border In 'High Threat Zones'

    Pakistan has begun building a fence on its disputed 2,500 km (1,500 mile) border with Afghanistan to prevent incursions by terrorists, Pakistan's army chief said, in a move likely to further strain relations between the two countries.

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