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India’s non-military strike on JeM camp in Pakistan

Pulwama payback: India on Saturday said its non-military strike on JeM camp in Pakistan achieved its desired objective and demonstrated the country’s firm resolve to take decisive action against cross border terrorism. Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, at a media briefing, also said that an Indian Air Force MiG-21 Bison, piloted by Wing

Body of heavily-armed Pak infiltrator recovered along LoC

Body of heavily-armed Pak infiltrator recovered along LoC

The body of a heavily-armed Pakistani intruder was recovered along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pooch district after the Army thwarted an infiltration attempt by a group of terrorists under the cover of Pakistani firing, an Army official said today.The body was recovered during a search and sanitisation operation launched after

Afghanistan hands over slain diplomatic staffs body to Pak

Afghanistan hands over slain diplomatic staff’s body to Pak

Islamabad, Nov 7, Afghanistan hands over slain diplomatic staffs body to Pak : The body of a Pakistani diplomatic staffer who was shot dead by unidentified assailants Afghanistan’s Jalalabad city, arrived here today, a day after Islamabad lodged a strong protest with Kabul over the incident.Afghanistan handed over the body of Nayyar Iqbal Rana to

Baloch militant commander

Pak releases family of top Baloch militant commander

Karachi, Nov 4, Pak releases family of top Baloch militant commander : Pakistan’s Balochistan province government has released the recently detained wife and children of a top Baloch militant commander who is accused of targeting security forces in the restive southwestern state.Balochistan Home Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti said three women and three children – including

China Russia assure support Pak

China, Russia assure support to Pak after Trump criticism

Islamabad, Sep 13, China Russia assure support Pak after Trump criticism. China and Russia have assured Pakistan at the diplomatic level that they would veto any US move in the United Nations to slap economic sanctions on Islamabad over failure to eliminate terror safe havens, according to a media report today. The ties between Pakistan

Gurinder says Unfortunate ‘Partition: 1947’ has been banned in Pak

Gurinder says Unfortunate ‘Partition: 1947’ has been banned in

Gurinder says Unfortunate ‘Partition: 1947’ has been banned in Pak

Gurinder says Unfortunate Partition 1947 has been banned in Pak. Gurinder Chadha’s “Partition: 1947” has been banned in Pakistan and the filmmaker has called it “unfortunate”. The 57-year-old director took to Twitter to express her disappointment.   “It is unfortunate my film has been banned in Pakistan. It will always be the land of my

India launches ‘Shaurya’ to counter Pak-China in the sea

India launches Shaurya. From Kashmir to the Sikkim border, the nefarious conspiracy of China and Pakistan against India is not hidden from anyone. Recently a new intrusion of sending large amounts of drugs to India has been revealed from the Gwadar port of Pakistan, which is controlled by China. In such a way, the 105-meter-long

Pak again violates ceasefire in J-K's Nowgam sector

Pak again violates ceasefire in J-K’s Nowgam sector

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Once again Pakistan on Friday violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir‘s Nowgam sector of Handwara in Kupwara district. The Pakistani troops opened fire and targeted Indian posts in Naugam sector near the Line of Control (LoC).At the time of filing this report, the Indian army is strongly retaliating

Pak, Bangla, SL released 3,300 Indian fishermen in last 3 yrs: Govt

New Delhi: A total of 3,293 Indian fishermenwere released by Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the last three years. As per details provided by Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh while replying to a question in Rajya Sabha, Sri Lanka released a maximum of 1,753 Indian fishermen followed by 930 by


7 children killed as train hits motorcycle rickshaw in Pak

Lahore:  At least seven children were killedtoday and four others injured when a train hit a motorcycle rickshaw at a railway crossing in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The incident took place near the town of Lodhran when the rickshaw drivers apparently misjudged the speed of the Karachi-bound train due to heavy fog while crossing the tracks.

Pak capable of breaching Indian security in other ways

Ferozepur: It is no doubt that Pakistani intelligence agencies have been toying with Indian security for a long time now. On many occasions, the Indian Army as well as property has been harmed while drug supplies enhanced in this side of the border. The terrorist attack on the Pathankot air base, and Uri attacks are

US wants dialogue between India and Pak to improve cooperation

Washington: The US today said that it wants to see dialogue and discussions between India and Pakistan to improve cooperation and bring peace in the region. “We continue to want to see dialogue and discussion between India and Pakistan to improve cooperation, to improve communication, and improve shared efforts against a common threat,” State Department

126 pilgrims from Pak arrive to pay obeisance at Rouza Sharif

Fatehgarh Sahib: 126 pilgrims from Pakistan reached here to pay obeisance at Rouza Sharif Urs, Fatehgarh Sahib, which started on Sunday. On reaching Sirhind railway station pilgrims were accorded warm welcome by local authorities. Some pilgrims complained that due to demonitisation in India they faced problem as it was difficult for them to use Rs

Pak gurudwara reopens in Guru Nanak’s birthplace     

Lahore: A pre-Partition gurudwara in NankanaSahib, the birthplace of Sikhism’s founder Guru Nanak, has been reopened in Pakistan’s Punjab province. “Gurudwara Kiyara Sahib which was closed over 75 years ago has finally been reopened for the yatris,” Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) spokesman Amer Hashmi told PTI today. He said thousands of Sikhs gathered in

Pak shelling in Mendhar sector

Jammu: Pakistani troops today fired mortarshells at Indian posts and civilian areas in Mendhar sector of Poonch district along the Line of Control (LoC), leading to retaliation from Indian security forces. “Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation in Mendhar sector of Poonch district from 0915 hours,” defence spokesman said. He said that they fired

Espionage case: Pak Mission staffer declared persona non grata

New Delhi: India today declared a PakistanHigh Commission staffer as persona non-grata for espionage activities after he was caught red handed by Delhi Police with documents relating to defence deployment. This was conveyed by Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar who summoned Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit to his office following brief detention of the staffer who was

Pak blast kills cop

Peshawar: A police constable guarding a polio vaccination team was killed and another injured in a bomb attack in this northwestern Pakistani city today, police said. The incident occurred in Daudzai area on the outskirts of Peshawar. SHO, Daudzai police station said the Superintendent of Police was near a school inspecting security measures when the

BSF jawan killed as Pak violates ceasefire

Jammu: A BSF jawan was killed while three others injured today as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire, resorting to heavy shelling and firing from automatic weapons in several sectors along the International Border in Jammu district. Pakistani troops fired mortar bomb shells and fired from automatic weapons, targeting over 25 border out posts (BoPs) and

Producers signing Pak artistes to pay Rs. 5 crore as penality to army welfare: Raj Thackeray

Mumbai: MNS Cheif Raj Thackeray  stated  that Producers who will sign Pakistan artistes have to pay Rs. 5 crore as ‘penance’ for army welfare on Saturday