Line Of Control

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Pak continues to violate ceasefire

The border guards did not retaliate and soon it stopped.


Infiltration bid foiled along LoC; one Armyman killed, 2 others injured in gunbattle with terrorists

Troops at Chakla post in the area noticed some terrorists trying to cross the LoC at around 9.15 am.


Booster for LoC trade: Phone lines to PoK soon

ISD facilities will be set up at the trade facilitation centres in Uri and Poonch, and at one or two designated locations in Baramulla and Srinagar.


PDP welcomes facilities to cross-LoC traders

He was addressing a function to welcome senior NC leader Tariq Mohiuddin, who joined PDP along with his supporters today.


Terrorists blow off Naib Tehsildar Balakote office in Jammu

There was no loss of life or injury to anybody as none of the revenue staff was present there.


A day after ceasefire violation, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley in Srinagar for security review

Since April this year, there have been 20 incidents of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the LoC and international border in Jammu & Kashmir.


Another explosion near LoC; five soldiers injured

An alert has been sounded in the area and massive searches launched to check any more explosive device planted by terrorists in the area.


Ceasefire violation: Pakistani forces fire mortars along LoC in Poonch and Rajouri, Indian forces retaliate

Some of the shells even fell in residential areas, causing panic among local villagers.


Jawan killed in LoC attack; Pak troops, militants blamed

Dismissing speculations that it may have been an old mine, officials said the explosive was planted deliberately to target the patrol.


To solve Kashmir, see LoC as border, says PM Pak envoy S K Lambah

Lambah rejected the idea of redrawing borders, but advocated free movement and trade across the Line of Control.


Pakistan violates ceasefire again, targets Indian posts along LoC

This was the fifth ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops in the last fortnight.


After 4 months, Pak violates ceasefire again in Poonch

This incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Poonch has come after a calm of four months along the LoC.


Waiting 25 days, 45 km from home

Indian films, evening matches and local warmth kept the 48 Pakistani truck drivers stranded this side of LoC going, till trade resumed last week.


Sharif invites India for ‘result-oriented’ dialogue

Rallies were organised across Pakistan by various political parties and extremist groups as the country marked ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’, observed by Pakistan on February 5 every year since 1990.

Nawaz Sharif invites India for dialogue on Kashmir

Sharif stressed that the region will remain in the grip of “mistrust and tension” as long as the Kashmir dispute is not resolved.


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