`Sartaj Aziz to raise resumption of dialogue, LoC tensions`

Pakistan on Monday said the Prime Minister`s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz will raise the key issues of resuming the composite dialogue and de-escalating tensions on the LoC during his ongoing visit to India.

India-Pak looking to scale down tension along border: Deputy NSA

India and Pakistan are looking forward to scale down tension along the border, Deputy National Security Advisor Nehchal Sandhu said on Monday.

Situation in Keran sector a cause for concern: Hurriyat chief

Chairman of moderate Hurriyat Mirwaiz Umer Farooq on Monday expressed concern over the border tension between India and Pakistan.

Sayeed calls for de-escalation of LoC tensions

Condemning the killing of Indian soldiers on the Line of Control (LoC), former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed late on Sunday called for immediate de-escalation of tensions on the boundary.

Omar asks Pakistan to stop ceasefire violations

Asking Pakistan to stop ceasefire violations along LoC, Omar Abdullah said people on both sides of the border were bearing the brunt of it.

Pakistan cancels pilgrims` visit to Delhi

Pakistan has cancelled the visit to Delhi by pilgrims to the annual gathering of Hazrat Amir Khusro on the occasion of his death anniversary.

Don`t be soft on Pakistan: Mulayam

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav Thursday warned the central government not to be soft on acts of aggression by Pakistan.

Hurriyat welcomes UN statement on ending hostility along LoC

Chairman of Hurriyat Conference, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq welcomed recent statement of UN General Secretary asking India and Pak to end hostility on LoC.

Kite festival along Indo-Pak border to send peace message

A group of students on Tuesday participated in a kite festival close to the Indo-Pak border to send a message of peace across the borders.

LoC tensions: Pakistan summons India’s Deputy High Commissioner

The Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad was summoned by Pakistan on Monday.

`Indian adventures`, terror attacks challenges before Pak: PM Raja Pervez

Pak PM Raja Pervez Ashraf cited "Indian adventures on the Line of Control" and a wave of terrorist attacks as examples of security challenges faced by Pak as it moves toward a general election, which is expected to be held in May.

‘Govt has shown maturity in defusing tensions alon

J&K CM Omar Abdullah praised the Govt for defusing tensions along the LoC with Pakistan following the killing and mutilation of two Indian soldiers on January 8.