Zee News celebrated Green Independence with Rangers

Zee Media Corporation Limited celebrated India’s 68th year of freedom and waved the tricolour high up at the Wagah Border with Security Forces of both the nations.

DU students to cycle to Wagah Border for Indo-Pak peace rally

Fifty students of Delhi University will begin a cycling journey to Wagah Border on August 1 to celebrate Independence days of India and Pakistan.

151 Indian prisoners handed over by Pakistan at Wagah

Pakistan handed over 150 Indian fishermen and another prisoner held for crossing the border to Indian authorities at the Wagah border in a goodwill gesture by Premier Nawaz Sharif who is in India to attend the swearing in ceremony of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister.

Pakistani prisoner`s body repatriated

The body of a Pakistani national, who allegedly committed suicide in a Jammu jail, was on Monday repatriated via the Wagah border crossing.

India, Pak DGMOs to meet on Tuesday, first time after Kargil war

In their first meeting after the Kargil war, the Indian DGMO will on Tuesday cross over to the Pakistani side of the Wagah border to meet his counterpart.

India, Pakistan forces exchange sweets at Wagah border on Diwali

Indian and Pakistani forces at the border here exchanged sweets on the occasion of Diwali on Sunday.

26/11 Mumbai attacks trial: Pak panel granted visas to visit India

India on Wednesday issued seven-day visas for the Pakistani judicial commission that will visit the country on September 21 to cross-examine the Mumbai terror attack witnesses and to carry forward the much-delayed trial here.

Mumbai attack: Pakistan commission to visit India

An eight-member Pakistani judicial commission will leave for India Sep 21 to cross-examine the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack witnesses.

45 Indian fishermen cross over from Pakistan

Forty-five Indian fishermen released by Pakistan crossed over to India via the Wagah border using the `emergency travel certificate`.

Pakistan frees eleven Indian nationals

Pakistan Government on Friday freed eleven Indian nationals as they were repatriated to India through the land transit route of Attari/Wagah border.

Visa-on-arrival for Pak seniors put on hold

India Tuesday put on hold the operationalisation of visa on arrival for senior citizens of Pakistan amid mounting tension on the Line of Control(LoC).

Pak seniors to get visa-on-arrival from today

Despite fresh tension with Pakistan over the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers, the government will take a historic step to issue visas on arrival to senior citizens of Pakistan, from Tuesday.

Hafiz Saeed raises pitch against MFN status to India

The Defa-e-Pakistan Council formed by JuD chief Hafiz Saeed on Sunday launched a "movement" to oppose the move to grant Most Favoured Nation-status to India.

Nitish Kumar leaves for India after week-long Pak visit

Chaudhry Ghafoor, a minister of Punjab province, and senior government officials saw Nitish Kumar and his delegation off at the border.

15 Indian fishermen repatriated from Pak

Fifteen Indian fishermen, released from Pakistani jails, have been repatriated through the land transit route of Attari-Wagah border.

Import of all items through Wagah border soon

The import of all items through Wagah land border crossing will be possible "soon" as the Pakistan government has given an assurance in this regard, Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal said.

Pak teenager given warm send-off at Wagah border

A Pakistani teenager, who had cross-over to India to meet a Bollywood star, was given a warm send-off today by the district administration.

Pakistan frees five Indian prisoners

Pakistan has freed five Indian prisoners, including four fishermen, after they had completed their respective sentences, News Agencies said Wednesday.

Pakistan frees 48 Indian fishermen as goodwill gesture

Pakistan on Monday freed 48 Indian fishermen from a jail in the southern port city of Karachi as a goodwill gesture and sent them to the Wagah land border crossing to be repatriated to India.

More Pak Hindus arrive in India, say won’t return

A fresh batch of Pak Hindus arrived in India and many of them said that they would not return given the atmosphere of fear prevailing where they live.