Jammu & Kashmir border firing

Jammu & Kashmir border firing

Oct 11, 2014, 19:24 PM IST
Villagers, who fled from their homes after the exchange of firing between India and Pakistan, receive food ration at an army relief camp at Deoli village, in Arnia.
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Villagers, who fled from their homes after the exchange of firing between India and Pakistan, receive food ration at an army relief camp at Deoli village, in Arnia.

A village man looks at one of the houses damaged in firing between India and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu.
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A village man looks at one of the houses damaged in firing between India and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu.

A boy walks inside his house damaged, firing between Indian and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu.
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A boy walks inside his house damaged, firing between Indian and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu.

A small group of activists of the Hindu Sena or the Hindu Army burn posters with the flag and portrait of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif outside the residence of Pakistan High Commissioner to India in New Delhi.
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A small group of activists of the Hindu Sena or the Hindu Army burn posters with the flag and portrait of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif outside the residence of Pakistan High Commissioner to India in New Delhi.

Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in  Jammu and Kashmir.
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Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in Jammu and Kashmir.

Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in  Jammu and Kashmir.
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Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in Jammu and Kashmir.

A man looks at a hole in the rooftop of his house, which was made during clashes between Pakistani forces and Indian's in Dhamala Hakimwala village in Pakistan's Punjab province.
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A man looks at a hole in the rooftop of his house, which was made during clashes between Pakistani forces and Indian's in Dhamala Hakimwala village in Pakistan's Punjab province.

Indian villagers sit near a blood stained spot after alleged mortar shell firing from the Pakistan side into a residential area at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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Indian villagers sit near a blood stained spot after alleged mortar shell firing from the Pakistan side into a residential area at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

An Indian villager walks near damaged shops hit by mortar attack allegedly fired from the Pakistan’s side in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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An Indian villager walks near damaged shops hit by mortar attack allegedly fired from the Pakistan’s side in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

An Indian boy sits on the wall of his house with shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan side of the border at Flora village, in Ranbir Singh Pura, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Jammu, India.
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An Indian boy sits on the wall of his house with shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan side of the border at Flora village, in Ranbir Singh Pura, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Jammu, India.

Indian villagers gather near bed sheets stained with blood in alleged firing from the Pakistan’s side while the residents were asleep on roof of their house, at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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Indian villagers gather near bed sheets stained with blood in alleged firing from the Pakistan’s side while the residents were asleep on roof of their house, at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

Indian villagers sit in a tractor as they leave their homes for a safer place for fear of firing from Pakistan side of the border in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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Indian villagers sit in a tractor as they leave their homes for a safer place for fear of firing from Pakistan side of the border in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

An Indian villager enters a door of his residence near mortar shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan's side at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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An Indian villager enters a door of his residence near mortar shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan's side at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

villagers believed to have been injured in cross border firing by Pakistan forces is brought for treatment at the Government Medical College Hospital at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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villagers believed to have been injured in cross border firing by Pakistan forces is brought for treatment at the Government Medical College Hospital at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

Relatives of Rajesh Kumar, who was killed in mortar shell firing allegedly from the Pakistan's side, weep inside their residential house at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.
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Relatives of Rajesh Kumar, who was killed in mortar shell firing allegedly from the Pakistan's side, weep inside their residential house at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border.

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