Pakistan dismisses India's assertion on Gurdaspur terrorists

 

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday dismissed India's assertion that the terrorists who had carried out attacks in Gurdaspur had infiltrated from there, saying pointing fingers without investigation is "not a healthy trend".

Mumbai firm rubbishes Pak Army's claims on drone

A city-based communication and electronic firm has rebutted Pakistan Army's contention that it had sold the drone to Indian Army, which was subsequently shot down along the Line of Control on July 15.

Flood-like situation in parts of Gujarat; Army, IAF roped in

Flood-like situation prevailed in parts of Gujarat due to incessant rains, with Banaskantha in the north emerging as the worst-affected district, where Army as well as NDRF teams and IAF helicopters have been roped in for relief and rescue operations.

Pakistan violates ceasefire along Line of Control

Pakistan on Wednesday violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Machil sector of Jammu and Kashmir by targeting Indian positions.

Delhi HC seeks Centre's reply on 'martyr' status for paramilitary

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response from the Centre on a plea seeking 'martyr' status for paramilitary and police personnel who sacrifice their lives in the line of duty, on par with army, navy and air force.

Pakistan claims 'spy drone footage' shows it was used by India for 'reconnaissance'
Pakistan claims 'spy drone footage' shows it was used by India for 'reconnaissance'

The Pakistani Army has reportedly released footage from a small 'spy drone' that it had shot over the Line of Control (LoC) earlier this month, claiming that they have retrieved 'irrefutable evidence' that the quadcopter was used by the Indian Army for reconnaissance inside Pakistan.

Punjab terror attack: Will Narendra Modi change his Pakistan policy?
Punjab terror attack: Will Narendra Modi change his Pakistan policy?

Ever since Narendra Modi assumed office as the Prime Minister of India, his foreign policy initiatives towards Pakistan have had a roller coast ride.

Terror strikes Punjab's Gurdaspur, SP among seven dead; all three militants killed
Terror strikes Punjab's Gurdaspur, SP among seven dead; all three militants killed

After nearly 12 hours, the Gurdaspur terror attack in Punjab's Dinanagar town came to an end on Monday evening as police killed all terrorists in counter-operation.

Terror attack in Punjab's Gurdaspur: All you need to know
Terror attack in Punjab's Gurdaspur: All you need to know

Four heavily armed terrorists wearing Army fatigues on Monday went on a rampage attacking a bus and a police station complex, leaving five persons, including a policeman, dead and several injured in Gurdaspur district bordering Pakistan.

Terror attack: Rajnath Singh speaks to Badal on Gurudaspur

In the wake of attack by suspected terrorists in Gurudaspur today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and assured him full central assistance to tackle the situation.

Terror attack in Punjab's Gurdaspur: As it happened

After nearly 12 hours, the Gurdaspur terror attack in Punjab's Dinanagar town came to an end on Monday evening as state police killed all three terrorists in counter-operation.

'16 years since Kargil, army still short of equipment'

As the country marks the 16th anniversary of the Kargil war on Sunday, former army chief Gen. V.P. Malik, who headed the Indian Army during the conflict, says the force is still facing problems of shortage of weapons and equipment, though there has been much progress since 1999.

Zee Media special report on Kargil Vijay Diwas

Watch Zee Media special report on Kargil Vijay Diwas only on Zee News.

No large ISIS footprints but it's creeping into India: Army
No large ISIS footprints but it's creeping into India: Army

A top Army commander today said there are no large footprints of ISIS in Jammu and Kashmir but the outfit was "creeping towards this side" and the security grid has to stop the "terrible" organisation from getting a foothold in the country.

Cloudburst near Amarnath base camp leaves three dead
Cloudburst near Amarnath base camp leaves three dead

Three persons were killed and 19 others injured after a cloudburst struck near the base camp of Amarnath yatra along the shorter 16-km Baltal route to the cave shrine in central Kashmir's Ganderbal district, officials said on Saturday.

DNA: All you need to know about the ongoing 'One Rank One Pension' struggle

Vexed over the delay in implementation of One Rank One Pension scheme, a group of ex-servicemen has decided to greet Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar with black flags when he arrives on a visit in Delhi on Saturday.

Indian Army short of 10,000 officers: Manohar Parrikar

The Army is facing a shortfall of nearly 10,000 officers while the Navy is facing a shortage of about 1,800.

Zee Media Exclusive report on Kargil Vijay Diwas

Zee Media Exclusive report from Drass as Indian Army prepares to mark 16th anniversary of Kargil war.

Army, Police joint team arrests suspected KLO terrorist

Acting on specific intelligence, the Army and Assam Police on Thursday arrested a suspected Kamtapur Liberation Oragnisation (KLO) terrorist in a joint operation.