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India carries out surgical strike across LoC: Updates

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had warned that those responsible "would not go unpunished" for a September 18 attack on an Indian Army base at Uri that killed 18 soldiers. 

Five reasons why Pakistan is denying India’s surgical strikes across LoC

Five reasons why Pakistan is denying India’s surgical strikes across LoC

The reasons why Pakistan may not want to admit that India’s surgical strikes across LoC were successful is because Pakistan would never ever want to admit the success of the Indian Army.

Clear response given by targeting terror breeding centres: Amit Shah

Hailing the Army for its valour and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership, BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said this indicates a rise of "new India" as for the first time a clear response has been given to terrorists by targeting their "breeding centres".

Army's surgical strike against Pakistan is a birthday present for a very special Indian!

Army's surgical strike against Pakistan is a birthday present for a very special Indian!

Pakistan has denied any surgical strike by India but admitted to the death of two soldiers in cross-LoC firing by Indian troops. 

Indian Army strikes across LoC, destroys Pakistan-sponsored terror launch pads

Indian Army strikes across LoC, destroys Pakistan-sponsored terror launch pads

After the Uri attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said the attackers will not go "unpunished" and that the sacrifice of 18 jawans will not go in vain.

Withdrawal of MFN status may hurt Pakistan industry: Experts

Withdrawal of MFN status may hurt Pakistan industry: Experts

Withdrawal of Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status by India is likely to hurt Pakistani industries as it might stop flow of raw materials at competitive prices, experts say.

India may drag Pakistan to WTO on Most Favoured Nation issue

India may drag Pakistan to WTO on Most Favoured Nation issue

India granted the MFN status to Pakistan in 1996 but Pakistan is yet to reciprocate to that. The neighbouring country has missed its own deadline of December 2012 for giving India this tag.

Pak should grant NDMA status to India: Assocham

Ahead of Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's visit to Pakistan on tommorow, industry body Assocham today pitched for easing of visa restrictions and greater market access to facilitate bilateral trade.

Pakistan likely to grant MFN status to India by June 2013

Pakistan industry council today said Pakistan is expected to grant the much-awaited Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India by June, a move which would further normalise trade ties between the two countries.