India's military might is more than double Pakistan's but Pakistani nuclear arsenal is bigger.India's evacuation of 10,000 villagers living near the border with Pakistan after an Indian cross-border raid into Pakistan-administered Kashmir
China apprehends that India will deploy the 36 nuclear-capable Rafale fighter jets to be acquired from France in the border regions of China and Pakistan to enhance its deterrence capability, a media report here said.
US State Department Spokesperson John Kirby neither confirmed nor denied India’s claim on “surgical strikes” in Pakistan. “Surgical strikes” is purportedly the response from the Indian government to avenge the killing of 20 Indian soldiers in Uri, Ka
A New York Times piece by the newspaper’s India and Pakistan correspondents, Ellen Barry and Salman Masood, note that the strike was “precedent-setting”. “Though India’s military has almost certainly carried out cross-border raids,
Authorities on Friday imposed curbs and curfew in many parts of Valley and old Srinagar city to quell pro-freedom protests while city centre Lal Chowk was sealed from all sides and it was made out of bounds for the common people.
Over 20,000 residents of border villages in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts on Friday migrated to safer places as the authorities declared areas close to the international border "out of bounds for all civilian movement".
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday reviewed the security situation in the country, particularly along the border with Pakistan in states like Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, and directed central security organisations to be on high alert.
District police administration Anantnag has clarified that Mst Sara Begum wife of Ghulam Hassan Teli resident of Chee was a known heart patient and died of heart attack last night, Police said on Friday.
An elderly lady Sara Begum (66) w/o Gulam Hassan Teli died of heart attack when forces allegedly pelted stones and attacked entrance gates made of iron, in Chee village of South Kashmir’s Anantnag District late last nigh
Government forces have sealed entire civil lines in Srinagar, to foil " Lal Chowk challo" march called by separatists today. Both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference (HC) and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front
Army confirmed that a soldier attached with the 37 Rashtriya Rifles has inadvertently crossed over to the other side of the Line of Control.
Army however said the captured soldier was not connected to the cross-LoC surgical strike.
Expressing grave concern over the escalation of the situation along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the confrontation could lead to a disaster of epic proportions if urgent steps