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Indian Army's DGMO talks on phone with Pakistani counterpart

Indian Army's Director General of Military Operations Lt General Ranbir Singh on Wednesday talked to his Pakistan counterpart on the hotline, an official here said.

Indian, Pakistani DGMOs speak over border firings

Indian, Pakistani DGMOs speak over border firings

The Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan spoke to each other on Wednesday, a day after three Indian soldiers were killed, including one beheaded, authorities said.

 DGMO, Foreign Secretary to brief to Parliamentary panel on surgical strikes

DGMO, Foreign Secretary to brief to Parliamentary panel on surgical strikes

Top officials including Foreign Secretary and DGMO are scheduled to brief a panel of MPs, including congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, on the surgical strikes conducted by the army across the LoC on October 18.

India carries out surgical strike across LoC: Updates

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had warned that those responsible "would not go unpunished" for a September 18 attack on an Indian Army base at Uri that killed 18 soldiers. 

Five reasons why Pakistan is denying India’s surgical strikes across LoC

Five reasons why Pakistan is denying India’s surgical strikes across LoC

The reasons why Pakistan may not want to admit that India’s surgical strikes across LoC were successful is because Pakistan would never ever want to admit the success of the Indian Army.

Clear response given by targeting terror breeding centres: Amit Shah

Hailing the Army for its valour and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership, BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said this indicates a rise of "new India" as for the first time a clear response has been given to terrorists by targeting their "breeding centres".

Army's surgical strike against Pakistan is a birthday present for a very special Indian!

Army's surgical strike against Pakistan is a birthday present for a very special Indian!

Pakistan has denied any surgical strike by India but admitted to the death of two soldiers in cross-LoC firing by Indian troops. 

Indian Army strikes across LoC, destroys Pakistan-sponsored terror launch pads

Indian Army strikes across LoC, destroys Pakistan-sponsored terror launch pads

After the Uri attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said the attackers will not go "unpunished" and that the sacrifice of 18 jawans will not go in vain.

Uri terror attack: Govt weighs retaliatory options against Pakistan; India will respond at time, place of its choosing, says Army

Uri terror attack: Govt weighs retaliatory options against Pakistan; India will respond at time, place of its choosing, says Army

Army said on Monday that it reserved the right to respond to Uri terror attack at a time and place of its choosing.

After devastating Uri attack, India mulls befitting reply to Pak: As it happened

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday chaired a high-level meet to review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the Uri terror attack.

Uri attack: Another soldier dies, toll reaches 18

A 20-year-old soldier injured in the Uri terror attack died of injuries in a Delhi hospital on Monday, taking the toll to 18, officials said.

Uri attack: Kashmiri student expelled from AMU over 'objectionable' post

Heavily-armed militants suspected to be from Pakistan-based JeM had yesterday stormed an Army base in Uri in Kashmir, killing 18 jawans. 

Uri attack result of political leadership failure, says Congress

Dubbing the terror attack on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir`s Uri town as the failure of the political leadership, the Congress on Monday said the Narendra Modi-led government`s Pakistan policy was "confused".

Uri attack: 5 questions for Modi govt

Uri attack: 5 questions for Modi govt

Four heavily-armed terrorists said to be "foreigners" sneaked into an Army camp near the Line of Control with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

At least 16 dead in fire at India's biggest ammunition depot in Maharashtra's Pulgaon

At least 16 dead in fire at India's biggest ammunition depot in Maharashtra's Pulgaon

At least 16 persons, including a lieutenant colonel and a major, were killed and 17 injured in a massive fire at India's largest ammunition depot in Maharashtra's Pulgaon town early Tuesday.

NSA, DGMO meetings crucial to put evidences before Pak: Defence Expert

 Defence expert Rahul Jalali on Thursday said that the forthcoming National Security Advisory (NSA) level meetings would be very crucial, as India would be able to present all the evidences it finds during the interrogation.

India lodges protest with Pak over heaviest cross-border firing since 1971 war

India lodges protest with Pak over heaviest cross-border firing since 1971 war

India Tuesday lodged a protest with Pakistan over escalating border ceasefire violations in the "heaviest" cross-border firing since the 1971 Indo-Pak war even as the two countries agreed to hold flag meetings to defuse the situation.

Pak, Afghan DGMOs discuss border issue

The Afghan DGMO, leading an eight-member military delegation, today met his Pakistani counterpart here and discussed recent tensions on the border in the wake of the army operation against Taliban militants in North Waziristan.

India, Pak DGMOs to meet on Tuesday, first time after Kargil war

In their first meeting after the Kargil war, the Indian DGMO will on Tuesday cross over to the Pakistani side of the Wagah border to meet his counterpart.

Pak seeking bigger role for UN military observers at LoC

Pakistan will seek bigger role for United Nations military observers deployed along Line of Control (LoC) as Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) meets his Indian counterpart on December 24.