No militant entered India through Keran in Sep-Oct: Antony

No militant could infiltrate into Kashmir Valley through Keran sector in September and October during the fierce gunfight that had broken out between them and Army when they had tried to sneak into the state from Pakistani side, Parliament was informed on Wednesday.

Jawan beheading, payoffs allegation, Keran make news in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a tumultuous year with many incidents hogging national attention -- beheading of a jawan on LoC by Pakistani troops, ceasefire violations, allegation of political pay offs by a former army chief and demand for debate on revoking Article 370.

Govt refuses Army`s claim of infiltration bid in Keran

Amid questions over what happened during the long intrusion by infiltrators from Pakistan in Keran sector, the government has refused to accept claims of Army.

Army`s claim over Keran operations under cloud

Nearly a fortnight after the army operations were called off in Keran sector, questions have cropped up over what happened during the long intrusion by infiltrators from Pakistan believed to be from its special forces.

Keran incident: Defence Minister AK Antony to hold high-level meeting

Defence Minister AK Antony will hold a high-level meeting with the armed forces later this month during which he is expected to review the 15-day operation by the Army in Keran sector along the LoC over which questions have been raised.

PM expresses concern over handling of Keran operation

Amid questions over the Keran incident, PM Manmohan Singh expressed concern over handling of operation in Jammu and Kashmir where Army engaged group of terrorists but nobody was found after 15 days.

Media hyped Keran encounter: Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah blamed media for hyping the Keran encounter that went on for 15 long days.

LoC infiltration: Blame game not solution to any issue, says Pakistan

Amid assertions by the Indian Army that infiltration in Keran sector was backed by Pakistani troops, Islamabad on Tuesday said blame game is not the solution to any issue and insisted it too wants a ceasefire of the LoC.

Keran operation over, Army confirms Pak hand

After battling militants for 15 days in one of the biggest anti-infiltration operations in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Army on Tuesday declared the encounter in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir over.

Top army commander briefs J&K Governor on infiltration in Keran Sector

Northern Army Command chief Lt Gen Sanjiv Chachra called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra here and briefed him about large-scale infiltration from across the Line of Control in Keran Sector.

No Kargil-like situation in Keran, says Tewari

Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari Monday brushed aside suggestions likening the 14-day operation against heavily armed militants from Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir`s Kupwara district to a Kargil-type situation.

Pakistan should be paid back in the same coin: Murli Manohar Joshi

In wake of infiltration in Keran sector along LoC, BJP`s Murli Manohar Joshi attacked Centre for not giving "befitting" reply to Pakistan for its "repeated acts of aggression and terrorist attacks".

Pakistan bashing a favourite pastime of Indian media: Bashir

Pakistan High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir on Sunday took a swipe at Indian media, saying "Pakistan-bashing" has become its "favourite pastime".

BJP demands Antony`s statement on J&K infiltration bid

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday demanded a statement from Defence Minister AK Antony on the gunfight between the army and infiltrators in Jammu and Kashmir`s Keran sector.

Two militants killed in Kashmir

Two militants were killed by the Indian Army in Kupwara district of Kashmir on Friday where the Army foiled an infiltration bid.

No Kargil-like situation in Jammu and Kashmir: Army Chief

As the ongoing Army operation against infiltrators from Pakistan in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir`s Kupwara district entered eleventh day on Friday, the Army Chief denied that there was Kargil-like situation on the Line of Control.

‘Pakistan special forces occupying ghost village along LoC in J&K’

The Indian Army is currently in the midst of one of the largest anti-infiltration operations in Jammu and Kashmir as they attempt to flush out around 30 to 40 militants who have occupied a ghost village along the Line of Control in Keran sector.