"India is hopping mad. Please get out of the places you have occupied," was the American message to Pakistan in the wake of the Kargil War in 1999, the country`s then envoy to the US, Riaz Khokhar said.
Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday seemed to defend party leader Mohd Azam Khan on his controversial remark over Kargil war by making a reference to contribution of Muslims in "saving Indian borders".
SP leader Azam Khan, who was banned by the Election Commission from addressing public meetings over his controversial remarks on Kargil war, Friday defended himself saying he had not said anything other than facts.
The Election Commission issued a show cause notice to Samajwadi Party leader and Uttar Pradesh minister Md Azam Khan for his controversial remarks on the Kargil conflict and against Narendra Modi, saying he has prima facie violated the model code of conduct.
As the BJP upped the ante on the issue of talks with Pakistan, Congress today asked the opposition party as to why dialogue continued even after Kandhar plane hijack incident and Kargil war during its rule.
BJP president Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said terror and talks cannot go together and hinted that the relations between India and Pakistan appeared to be the same now as they were ahead of the Kargil conflict in Jammu and Kashmir in 1999.
Hitting back at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for assailing the UPA government on the issue of terrorism and border violence, Congress leader Mukul Wasnik on Tuesday sought to know whether Modi had forgotten the Kargil intrusion and attack on Parliament during NDA regime.
As the country on Friday observed Vijay Divas paying glowing tributes to heroes of Kargil war, authorities in Odisha are yet to construct a memorial pillar for a martyr who laid down his life in the war.