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Days after five-soldiers were martyred, Army targets Pakistani ammunition dump

11 Apr 2020

Days after five-soldiers were martyred, Army targets Pakistani ammunition dump

The Indian Army has released a video showing how it precisely attacked an ammunition dump of Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara area, the same place where five soldiers were martyred few days ago.

'Surgical strike' in Shaheen Bagh on Feb 11: BJP leader

30 Jan 2020

'Surgical strike' in Shaheen Bagh on Feb 11: BJP leader

In an explosive statement, Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh on Thursday said the city's Shaheen Bagh locality will witness a "surgical strike" on February 11.

'Absent' Sidhu features in Congress' star campaigners list for Delhi

22 Jan 2020

'Absent' Sidhu features in Congress' star campaigners list for Delhi

After a rather publicized fallout with Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu sort of vanished from the news.

India dropped bomb at Kartarpur Sahib: Pakistan tries instigating violence

08 Nov 2019

India dropped bomb at Kartarpur Sahib: Pakistan tries instigating violence

The Kartarpur Corridor was supposed to give Indian Sikhs easy access to the Gurudwara, situated in Pakistan. But the country is using it to further its propaganda and fan separatist sentiments.

Navjot Singh Sidhu gets political clearance to visit Kartarpur Sahib

07 Nov 2019

Navjot Singh Sidhu gets political clearance to visit Kartarpur Sahib

On Thursday, Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu was granted permission by the Ministry of External Affairs to travel through the Kartarpur Corridor, sources said.

JeM's launch pads destroyed, 18 terrorists killed by Indian Army

23 Oct 2019

JeM's launch pads destroyed, 18 terrorists killed by Indian Army

The Indian Army has managed to inflict serious damage on terrorists, who enjoy the support of Pakistani forces.

21 killed in 2,050 ceasefire-violations by Pakistan in 2019: MEA

15 Sep 2019

21 killed in 2,050 ceasefire-violations by Pakistan in 2019: MEA

The Pakistani Army resorted to more than 2,050 cases of unprovoked ceasefire violations at the Line of Control (LoC) this year, in which 21 Indian civilians lost their lives, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Sunday.

Let them come, we'll deal: Indian Army after Pakistan's threats

09 Aug 2019

Let them come, we'll deal: Indian Army after Pakistan's threats

The Indian Army is determined to defend the country's borders, and will thwart all attempts of Pakistan to disrupt peace in Jammu and Kashmir, Chinar Corps Commander Lieutenant-General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon said on Thursday.

Pakistan refuses to accept bodies of intruders killed by #IndianArmy

04 Aug 2019

Pakistan refuses to accept bodies of intruders killed by #IndianArmy

Following the Indian Army's offer to Pakistan to take back the bodies of five intruders, including one Pakistani commando and four terrorists, shot dead in Jammu & Kashmir's Keran sector, Islamabad refused to accept their bodies.

J&K: After government's advisory, tourists rush to Srinagar Airport

03 Aug 2019

J&K: After government's advisory, tourists rush to Srinagar Airport

A sense of uncertainty and panic has taken over Jammu and Kashmir after the government on Friday suspended Amarnath Yatra and asked tourists to leave in wake of terror threats, about which the Army spoke about.

J&K: Amarnath Yatris, tourists asked to return amid terror threats

02 Aug 2019

J&K: Amarnath Yatris, tourists asked to return amid terror threats

The Jammu and Kashmir government has asked pilgrims of Amarnath Yatra and tourists to cut short their visit to the valley, citing terror threats.

Terrorists planned to attack Amarnath yatra, Pakistani Army involved: Lieutenant-General

02 Aug 2019

Terrorists planned to attack Amarnath yatra, Pakistani Army involved: Lieutenant-General

In a mind-boggling development, the Indian Army on Friday said they have recovered a rifle belonging to Pakistani Army from the Amarnath Yatra route.

Rawalpindi: Pakistani military plane crashes in residential area, 18 killed

30 Jul 2019

Rawalpindi: Pakistani military plane crashes in residential area, 18 killed

In a horrible incident, a military plane of Pakistan crashed into a residential area in Rawalpindi, killing 18 people.

After India's Balakot strike, Pakistani terrorists being trained in Afghanistan

07 Jul 2019

After India's Balakot strike, Pakistani terrorists being trained in Afghanistan

Pakistan-based terror organizations, Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), have reportedly shifted their cadres to Afghanistan following the Indian Air Force's airstrikes on terror camps in Pakistan's Balakot.

In a rare move, Pakistan agrees to cut military budget

05 Jun 2019

In a rare move, Pakistan agrees to cut military budget

As Pakistan is facing a mounting economic crisis, the country's military has agreed to cut its budget for the next fiscal year.

Pakistan itself gave proofs of Balakot strikes: PM Modi

09 Apr 2019

Pakistan itself gave proofs of Balakot strikes: PM Modi

In what can be seen as yet another confirmation from Centre on the success of Balakot strikes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Pakistan itself shared proofs of the operation.

F-16 kill: IAF presents radar images, but Pakistan denies claims

09 Apr 2019

F-16 kill: IAF presents radar images, but Pakistan denies claims

On Monday, the Pakistani Army continued to remain in a state of denial as it reiterated that Indian Air Force (IAF) didn't shoot down an F-16 jet in the February 27 dogfight.

Poonch: Pakistani troops violate ceasefire, target Army posts and villages

10 Mar 2019

Poonch: Pakistani troops violate ceasefire, target Army posts and villages

Pakistani troops today resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations targeting forward posts and villages at four places along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, officials said.

Masood Azhar is alive: Pakistani media rejects death rumors

04 Mar 2019

Masood Azhar is alive: Pakistani media rejects death rumors

Rejecting widespread rumors about his death, a Pakistani news portal confirmed on Sunday that Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar is alive.

Will Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman be able to fly again?

03 Mar 2019

Will Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman be able to fly again?

The week gone by has been tumultuous for the nation. The capture of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman and his release on Friday evoked million of emotions among countrymen.

Poonch: Pakistan's ceasefire violation kills mother, her two minor kids

02 Mar 2019

Poonch: Pakistan's ceasefire violation kills mother, her two minor kids

On Friday night, Pakistan violated ceasefire in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir killing three members of the same family and seriously injuring two others. A nine-month-old baby was among the ones who lost their lives.

Diljit won't unveil his wax statue today. Reason is heart-warming

28 Feb 2019

Diljit won't unveil his wax statue today. Reason is heart-warming

Diljit Dosanjh, who was all set to unveil his wax figure at the prestigious Madame Tussauds in Delhi today, has postponed the launch indefinitely.

Indo-Pak tensions: One IAF pilot missing in action, says government

27 Feb 2019

Indo-Pak tensions: One IAF pilot missing in action, says government

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, in a brief press conference, confirmed that Pakistan today retaliated to IAF's airstrikes on a Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camp across the border in Pakistan.

India Strikes Back: IAF's successful operation lauded by politicians

26 Feb 2019

India Strikes Back: IAF's successful operation lauded by politicians

In a huge overnight operation, Indian Air Force completely destroyed terror camps in Pakistan days after Jaish-e-Mohammed executed the Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred.

India's claim to Gilgit-Baltistan region stronger than Pakistan's: BJP leader

26 Oct 2018

India's claim to Gilgit-Baltistan region stronger than Pakistan's: BJP leader

India's claim to the Gilgit-Baltistan region is much stronger than Pakistan's as it was handed over to the Pakistani Army by two "deceitful" British military officials, BJP leader Ram Madhav said yesterday.

China to sell drones to Pakistan, after India's S-400 deal

09 Oct 2018

China to sell drones to Pakistan, after India's S-400 deal

On the back of India sealing a deal with Russia for the acquisition of sophisticated S-400 missile defence systems, Chinese state media has announced that Beijing is selling 48 high-end military drones to its "all-weather ally" Pakistan.

Congratulating Army for battling terrorism, Imran speaks about way forward

07 Sep 2018

Congratulating Army for battling terrorism, Imran speaks about way forward

Pakistani PM Imran Khan, on Thursday, said Pakistan will not fight wars of other countries, and insisted the foreign policy of his government will be in national interest.

Sidhu controversy: Imran Khan calls Sidhu an "ambassador of peace"

21 Aug 2018

Sidhu controversy: Imran Khan calls Sidhu an "ambassador of peace"

Navjot Singh Sidhu has been embroiled in controversy ever since he visited Pakistan for Imran Khan's oath taking ceremony, and hugged Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Meet the newly sworn-in Pakistan PM, Imran Khan

18 Aug 2018

Meet the newly sworn-in Pakistan PM, Imran Khan

A few minutes back, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, PTI chief Imran Khan took oath as Pakistan's 22nd Prime Minister.

India hands over helicopter, tanks to Bangladesh as 1971 memorabilia

27 Apr 2018

India hands over helicopter, tanks to Bangladesh as 1971 memorabilia

India has handed over a Mi-4 helicopter and two PT-76 tanks to Bangladesh as part of 1971 Liberation War memorabilia.

'Evacuate': Pakistan warns India's villages over loudspeakers before opening fire

25 Feb 2018

'Evacuate': Pakistan warns India's villages over loudspeakers before opening fire

Residents of border villages in Uri sector of Baramulla, J&K, woke up yesterday to warnings over loudspeakers about cross-border shelling.

Four soldiers including army officer killed in ceasefire violation

05 Feb 2018

Four soldiers including army officer killed in ceasefire violation

Four security personnel including a 22-year-old army officer were killed in Pakistani shelling in Tarkundi and Sunderbani areas of Rajouri district, J&K, yesterday evening.

In cross-LoC raids, Indian Army kills three Pakistani soldiers

26 Dec 2017

In cross-LoC raids, Indian Army kills three Pakistani soldiers

The Indian Army last night carried out raids across the LoC in Pooch of J&K, killing at least three Pakistani soldiers.

J&K: Border areas tense as Pakistan continues firing along LoC

25 Dec 2017

J&K: Border areas tense as Pakistan continues firing along LoC

Even as Rajouri remained tense a day after ceasefire violation by Pakistan, its army resorted to unprovoked firing yet again yesterday along the LoC in Poonch district of J&K.

Pak opens fire along LoC; 4 Indian Army soldiers killed

24 Dec 2017

Pak opens fire along LoC; 4 Indian Army soldiers killed

One Major and three soldiers of the Indian Army were killed as the Pakistani Army, in yet another ceasefire violation, opened fire on the Line of Control in Keri sector of Jammu & Kashmir's Rajouri district.

Pak Army chief backs improvement in ties with India

21 Dec 2017

Pak Army chief backs improvement in ties with India

In a surprising move, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has urged his nation's civilian government to try improving ties with India.

#DefenseDiaries: Why is Indian Army unhappy with the Arjun tank?

13 Nov 2017

#DefenseDiaries: Why is Indian Army unhappy with the Arjun tank?

Last week, the Indian Army issued a preliminary tender to global arms manufacturers for 1,770 future ready combat vehicles (FRCVs) or futuristic tanks.

Intelligence: Pak-sponsored terrorists trying to derail talks in J&K

07 Nov 2017

Intelligence: Pak-sponsored terrorists trying to derail talks in J&K

The Pakistani Army and ISI have reportedly stepped up attempts to infiltrate terrorists into Kashmir and conduct attacks, Indian security officials have told DNA.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pak army to decide on mercy petition

06 Oct 2017

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pak army to decide on mercy petition

The Pakistani Army said it's close to reaching a decision on retired Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav's mercy petition.

Pakistan hoists largest national flag on 70th Independence Day

14 Aug 2017

Pakistan hoists largest national flag on 70th Independence Day

Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa hoisted the country's largest flag in the history at midnight on Attari-Wagah Border near Lahore to mark the 70th Independence Day.