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.

Let the DGMOs meet: India on Pak raising Siachen issue

India on Friday appeared dismissive of Pakistan`s demand that it should withdraw its troops from Siachen as it was damaging the environment and polluting water resources.

BSF trooper dead, six injured in firing by Pak Rangers, DGMO-level talks unlikely

Pakistan troops resorted to heavy shelling at Indian positions at 50 locations along the International Border killing one BSF jawan and injuring six others a day after Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde reviewed security situation in Jammu And Kashmir.

India, China to soon have hotlines between service headquarters

India and China will soon have a hotline between their service headquarters for avoiding and handling situations such as a possible border flare-up.

Situation on LoC a lot better: Salman Khurshid

Against the backdrop of chill in relations over the beheading incident, India on Monday said ties with Pakistan can move forward in a "sensible and calibrated" way once the "dust settles".

DGMO lodges strong protest with Pak over killing over killing of 2 Indian soldiers

DGMO protested with his counterpart on the killing of Indian Army soldiers and mutilation of their bodies terming it as violation of rules of engagement by any "civilised" Army.