40 Indian prisoners released by Pakistan repatriated

40 Indian prisoners including 35 fishermen were on Sunday repatriated by Pakistan government through Attari-Wagah land route.

BSF, Punjab police enhance security of Wagah retreat venue

The iconic flag-lowering ceremony at the Attari-Wagah border has been brought under a "comprehensive" security mechanism with special anti-sabotage measures in place, in the wake of the powerful terror blast that killed over 60 people across this border in Pakistan recently.

After Wagah blast, Pakistan Taliban faction threatens to target PM Modi
After Wagah blast, Pakistan Taliban faction threatens to target PM Modi

After claiming responsibility for the suicide bombing at the Wagah border in Pakistan that killed at least 60 people and left over 110 injured, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban, has directly threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Wagah suicide attack: Did bomber plan to detonate in India?
Wagah suicide attack: Did bomber plan to detonate in India?

Even as the authorities in Pakistan continue investigation to ascertain who was behind the deadly Wagah border crossing blast that killed at least 60, a fresh report compels to re-think who was the actual target of the attack.

Pakistan clueless how to battle terror: Daily

 The Pakistani state is clueless how to fight terrorist groups holding the country to ransom, a leading Pakistani daily said Monday following the horrific suicide attack at the border.

Terror strike underlines threat posed by extremists: CPI(M)

Condemning the suicide attack at Wagah border which claimed the lives of 61 people, CPI(M) on Monday said that strike underlines the threat posed by extremist groups which needs to be countered through close cooperation between both the countries.

BSF put on high alert in Rajasthan after Wagah blast

High alert has been sounded on the border area here by BSF in the wake of the blast near Wagah border in Pakistan.

Wagah bombing: `India must acquire surveillance capacity to monitor both sides of border'

Defence analyst Commodore (retired) C Uday Bhaskar on Monday said that the bomb blast, which took place near the Wagah border in Pakistan, poses a very serious internal security challenge for Pakistan, adding that India would have to acquire the capacity for surveillance on both sides of the border.

Who staged Wagah suicide attack? 3 Pak Taliban factions claim hand
Who staged Wagah suicide attack? 3 Pak Taliban factions claim hand

Rubbishing the claims of other terror outfits, former Tehreek-e-Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan has asserted that its Jamat-ul-Ahrar group was responsible for the deadly suicide attack at Wagah border crossing that killed at least 60 people.

Wagah blast: Javadekar urges world to unite to fight terrorism

Deploring the suicide attack on the Pakistani side of the Wagah border, Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar on Monday urged the international community to jointly fight terrorism.

Land trade between India, Pakistan halted after Wagah blast

 Land border trade between India and Pakistan was halted on Monday following a suicide bomb attack at Wagah in Pakistan that left 60 people dead on Sunday evening.

Wagah suicide attack: 'Remains of bomber sent for forensic analysis'
Wagah suicide attack: 'Remains of bomber sent for forensic analysis'

In the latest report coming from the blast site, intelligence authorities in Pakistan managed to defuse more bombs near Wagah border crossing after conducting a search operation in the area on Monday.

Border guards exchange greetings at Attari-Wagah border

Border guards of India and Pakistan on Friday exchanged greetings at the Attari-Wagah joint check post between both the countries to mark India`s 68th Independence Day.

India, Pakistan troopers exchange sweets on Punjab border

Border guards of India and Pakistan on Thursday exchanged sweets and greetings along the international border here to mark Pakistan`s Independence Day.

BSF chief holds talks with Pakistani counterpart on border issues

Border Security Force chief Subhash Joshi held talks in Lahore with his Pakistani counterpart Major General Tahir Javed on border-related issues, official sources said.

India, Pakistan DGMOs decide to maintain LoC ceasefire

India and Pakistan decided to strengthen existing mechanisms to maintain the truce along the LoC, months after bilateral ties nosedived over the killing of five Indian soldiers and flare-ups between the two sides on the ceasefire line.

Home Ministers of both countries to meet at Indo-Bangla border

Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde and his Bangladeshi counterpart will be present at the Indo-Bangla border`s Petrapole-Benapole post to flag-off the joint retreat ceremony between border forces of the two countries.

`Wagah of the East` event along India-Bangladesh border put on hold

The unveiling of the `Wagah of the East` event, along the India-Bangladesh border, to be held on Gandhi Jayanti has been postponed.

Indian national arrested at Wagah

The Pakistan Rangers today said they had arrested an Indian national in Wagah sector for illegally crossing the border.

Potential for good ties between India, Pakistan: Raghavan

Outgoing Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal is expected to return to India by the end of this month.