Cross-Border Firing

LoC Flare Up: Indo, Pak Armies Trade Fire For Third Straight Day

LoC Flare Up: Indo, Pak Armies Trade Fire For Third Straight Day

India and Pakistan troops exchanged heavy gunfire for the third consecutive day Tuesday along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, a day after a civilian was killed and four others injured in the cross-border skirmishes

Indo, Pak Troops Trade Fire On LoC, Civilian Killed

Indo, Pak Troops Trade Fire On LoC, Civilian Killed

A civilian was killed and four others were injured on Monday, as the estranged armies of India and Pakistan traded heavy gunfire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Tangdhar sector

India, Pak Troops Trade Fire Along LoC

India, Pak Troops Trade Fire Along LoC

India and Pakistan troops on Saturday exchanged heavy gunfire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch and Rajouri districts of Jammu and Kashmir.

Think Beyond Border Bunkers

With dialogue already suspended and tensions rising high,  India and Pakistan can ill-afford to let the border skirmishes go on unchecked and escalate into a major conflict

LoC Firing: Woman Killed In Karnah

LoC Firing: Woman Killed In Karnah

A woman was killed and two other civilians were injured in a cross-border firing along the LoC in the Tangdhar sector

Brinkmanship Along LoC

Brinkmanship Along LoC

There is an urgent need to pull back from the brink. But there’s little hope that this will happen in near future. The rea­son for this is that the relationship between the two countries has become politicised in both countries to an extent that an engage­ment will not be politically advantageous to the ruling parties.

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