India ‘sabotaging’ efforts to normalise relations: Pakistan

Pakistan has accused India of “sabotaging” efforts to normalise relations and using “flimsiest of reasons” to avoid talks, as it called on New Delhi to show “seriousness” in resolving the Kashmir issue. “The trajectory (of ties) has been down the slope. India has tried to do everything to sabotage every goodwill gesture that we made towards … Read more India ‘sabotaging’ efforts to normalise relations: Pakistan

Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

Amid rising tension between India and Pakistan, here is a story of a brother, who is currently serving the Indian army, trying to get back his brother from Pakistan. Chandu Chavan, a soldier with the Rashtriya Rifles in Kashmir, had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control on September 29. Since then, his brother Bhushan Chavan … Read more Pakistan’s UN Representative Replies To Captured Indian Rashtriya Rifle Soldier’s Brother who accidentally crossed the LoC during the Surgical Strike

Evidence shows Pakistan’s ‘complicity’ in beheading of Indian soldier, says Army

The Army says it has recovered evidence of Pakistan’s “complicity” in the beheading of one of its soldiers in the Macchil sector of Jammu and Kashmir last week. Showing photographs of food, grenades with Pakistan markings as well as night sights and radio sets with the US markings, an officer of the Northern Army Command on … Read more Evidence shows Pakistan’s ‘complicity’ in beheading of Indian soldier, says Army

After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

Asks the world body to act before the situation along the LoC snowballs into a “full-fledged crisis.” Alarmed by the escalation of tension with India along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan on Thursday asked the United Nations to act before the situation snowballed into a “full-fledged crisis.” This follows India’s strong retaliation a day … Read more After India’s retaliation for Killing three Indian Soldiers, an alarmed Pakistan moves UN

On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

In a controversial statement, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday taunted the government saying Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is not a personal property to be inherited. He questioned India’s claim on PoK and said that it isn’t its paternal property. “Kya yeh tumare baap ka hai (Is this your fathers’ property),” Abdullah … Read more On India’s claim over PoK, Former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah asks: ‘Kya yeh tumhare baap ka hai?’

Indian Army adopts winter strategy to tighten security across IB

A drive has been undertaken by BSF (Border Security Forces) for filling the gaps around the riverines along the International Borders right from Akhnoor to Lakhanpur across Samba, Jammu and Kathua. All in the attempt to block the attempts of infiltration from the militants’ side. The attempts increase during the winter months when visibility drops … Read more Indian Army adopts winter strategy to tighten security across IB

Pakistan to retaliate if India sends submarine again: Naval chief

Pakistan naval chief Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah on Thursday termed as “unusual” the alleged effort by an Indian submarine to enter into its territorial waters and warned of retaliation if such effort was made again. “If India does something like this again, Pakistan Navy will respond to protect our sovereignty,” he said, speaking on the sidelines … Read more Pakistan to retaliate if India sends submarine again: Naval chief

Not worried about India at all: Pak Air force chief

Pakistan is not worried at all about any threat from India and its “battle hardened” military is capable of responding to aggression, air force chief Marshal Sohail Aman said today. “We are not worried about India at all,” the Air Chief said, speaking at the ninth International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS). He said it … Read more Not worried about India at all: Pak Air force chief

Indian Navy deploys Fast Interception Crafts (FICs) at Androth island in the Lakshadweep islands.

The Indian Navy said it has deployed Fast Interception Crafts (FICs) at Androth island to complement the “existing surveillance assets” at Lakshadweep and Minicoy (L&M) group of islands. “Capable of doing speeds of about 45 knots, these FICs will undertake patrolling around the Northern group of L&M islands, monitor shipping traffic and provide quick response … Read more Indian Navy deploys Fast Interception Crafts (FICs) at Androth island in the Lakshadweep islands.

Amid India-Pakistan tension, Navy strengthens its submarine fleet

Amid the ongoing tension between the armies of India and Pakistan, the Indian Navy is “fast-tracking” steps to meet its requirements for torpedoes for its submarine fleet, including the German HDW and under-construction Scorpene boats. Along with it, the Navy has also finalised the requirement of 176 torpedoes to be fitted on the indigenous nuclear … Read more Amid India-Pakistan tension, Navy strengthens its submarine fleet

Indian Army Launches Massive Attack At The Line Of Control, Pak and Indian military commanders speak at Pak’s request

A day after India accused Pakistan of beheading a soldier in Kashmir and killing two others, top military commanders of both countries spoke at Pakistan’s request. From about 9 am to 4:30 pm on Wednesday, India unleashed a fierce fire assault across the Line of Control in retaliation for Tuesday’s killings. Machine guns and 120 … Read more Indian Army Launches Massive Attack At The Line Of Control, Pak and Indian military commanders speak at Pak’s request

Pakistan’s Border Action Team kill Three Indian Soldiers and brutally Mutilates One Soldier, Army vows revenge

Three Indian soldiers were killed and body of one of them was mutilated by Pakistan’s Border Action Team near the Line of Control in J&K’s Machil Sector. The Indian Army has vowed revenge, saying “the cowardly incident will be responded to appropriately.”   The Indian soldiers were killed in a cross border firing with Pakistan’s … Read more Pakistan’s Border Action Team kill Three Indian Soldiers and brutally Mutilates One Soldier, Army vows revenge

Indian Army eager to teach a lesson to enemy, waiting for permission: Parrikar

The Army is eager to teach a lesson to enemy of the country and it is just waiting for permission from the government, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Panaji on Sunday. “The morale of the Army has gone up. Army wants to teach lesson to our enemy. They are just waiting for permission from … Read more Indian Army eager to teach a lesson to enemy, waiting for permission: Parrikar

BSF jawan killed, 5 others injured after Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri, J&K

A BSF head constable lost his life in the early hours of Monday morning after Pakistani Army resorted to heavy cross-border firing in Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday night. Pakistani troops continued firing 120 mm mortar shells at various forward Indian positions and civilian areas along the Line of Control in Rajouri and … Read more BSF jawan killed, 5 others injured after Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri, J&K

Frontline Fighter including Su-30MKI and Jaguar moved to Forward Areas in Punjab and Rajasthan

Even as Pakistan is flexing its muscles along the Indian border near Punjab, the Indian Air Force is maintaining “high operational tempo” by packing the western front with its lethal combat aircraft. IAF MOVING ASSETS TO BORDER AREAS Several units of the Su-30MKI, Jaguar deep penetration strike aircraft and other front-line planes have been moved … Read more Frontline Fighter including Su-30MKI and Jaguar moved to Forward Areas in Punjab and Rajasthan

Pak Claim Of Chasing Away Indian Submarine Is ‘Blatant Lies’: Indian Navy

India has denied that one of its submarines was detected and stopped from entering Pakistani waters, a claim made today in Islamabad. The submarine was detected “south of the Pakistani coast” on Monday, the Pakistan navy said in a press release. “Thereafter, despite the submarine’s desperate efforts to escape detection, it was continuously tracked by … Read more Pak Claim Of Chasing Away Indian Submarine Is ‘Blatant Lies’: Indian Navy

Indian Army rubbishes Pak’s claim of killing 11 soldiers

Indian Army on Thursday rejected the claims made by Pakistan’s Army chief that his men killed 11 Indian soldiers in cross border firing along the LoC. “No fatal casualties due to Pakistan firing on 14, 15 or 16 November. Pakistan Army Chief’s claim of killing Indian soldiers on 14 November is false”, a senior Army … Read more Indian Army rubbishes Pak’s claim of killing 11 soldiers

7 Pakistani soldiers killed in alleged shelling by Indian Army: Pakistan

Pakistan on Monday claimed that seven of its army personnel were killed in an alleged ceasefire violation by Indian troops along the Line of Control in Bhimber sector, late last night. If true, this would be the first time Pakistan has admitted to casualties on its side, weeks after the Indian Army conducted surgical strikes … Read more 7 Pakistani soldiers killed in alleged shelling by Indian Army: Pakistan

Indian Army destroyed Pak posts across LoC using artillery guns

Indian Army had used artillery guns to destroy four Pakistani posts in a massive assault across the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district last month, government sources said on Friday. This is the first time the government sources have confirmed that artillary fire was indeed used by the Army … Read more Indian Army destroyed Pak posts across LoC using artillery guns

Pakistan army personnel replacing Rangers as border heat escalates

In what seems to be a sign of escalating tensions, Pakistan army personnel are being increasingly deployed along the 190km international border in Jammu at border outposts and camps usually manned by the Pakistan Rangers. The change in deployment has been noted by the Border Security Force( BSF ) and is seen as a clear … Read more Pakistan army personnel replacing Rangers as border heat escalates