Rajnath to visit J&K tomorrow, take stock of security situation

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will take stock of the security situation at the border at a meeting of the Uniform Command Headquarters and visit forward areas during his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir beginning Friday.

Pak should avoid ceasefire violation: Rajnath Singh

Asserting that India wants good relations with neighbouring countries, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that Pakistan should avoid violation of ceasefire.

Peace talks and terrorism cannot go hand in hand: Venkaiah

Maintaining that India wanted good neighbourly relationship, Union Urban Development and Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said Pakistan should stop funding terrorists and cannot expect peace talks when there is continuous firing across the border.

Fear persists as border dwellers return home tin Jammu sector

As guns fell silent, over 4,000 border villagers returned to their homes in dozens of hamlets along the International Border (IB) in Jammu sector amid fear of firing and shelling by Pakistani troops.

India lodges strong protest with Pak over ceasefire violations

 India on Friday lodged a strong protest with Pakistan over repeated ceasefire violations by the neigbouring country.

India, Pak must act in mature way on ceasefire violations: PDP

Asking India and Pakistan not to make people of Jammu and Kashmir "scapegoats", PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti on Friday said the two countries must act in a mature manner over ceasefire violations.

DNA: Rumours about Pankaj Singh; a political conspiracy to malign BJP?

Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh on Wednesday asserted that all reports about him and his family seeking political favours were baseless .

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Relief to Pakistan firing victims not enough: Gujjar outfit

An outfit representing Gujjars on Wednesday demanded that the compensation provided to the kin of the victims of Pakistan's firing and shelling be made at par with the relief amount given to those affected by militancy.

DNA: 45 days of Pakistani firing heaviest since 1971 Indo-Pak war

The firing by Pakistani forces in the last 45 days was possibly the "heaviest" since the 1971 Indo-Pak war, the BSF said today.

BJP vows to win Jammu and Kashmir, give befitting reply to Pakistan firing

Launching a scathing attack on the Omar Abdullah government, BJP President Amit Shah on Monday asked the people of Jammu and Kashmir to shun dynasty politics, adding that the BJP-led NDA government along with the Indian Army will give befitting reply to Pakistan if ceasefire is being violated.

Pak troops fire at 40 BoPs, 24 villages along IB

Extending ceasefire violations to Samba district, Pakistan troops heavily shelled and fired upon 40 Border Out Posts (BoPs) and 24 villages along the International Border in Jammu and Samba districts, leaving three persons injured.

Three injured as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir

Three people, including a minor, were injured in Ramgargh sector of Samba district after the Pakistan Rangers used mortars and other long-range weapons to target Indian positions on the international border during Sunday night.

`BSF`s 16 attempts for flag meets got no response from Pak`

BSF has approached the Pakistan Rangers at least 16 times for flag meetings but got tepid response, a top officer of the force said on Sunday and claimed the neighbouring country is resorting to ceasefire violations to divert attention of its people from its internal strife.

India responding adequately to Pak provocations: Jaitley

Amid repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said there has been a series of "provocations" by Pakistani Army and the country`s armed forces are "responding adequately".

Five casualties, 16 injured in Pakistan during ceasefire violation: BSF DG DK Pathak

The Director General of Border Security Force DK Pathak on Sunday said that the Indian troops` volume and intensity of target fire is more effective than the Pakistani Army.

Pakistan asks for DGMO meet with India to address border firing

Pakistan on Saturday said that the Directors General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan should meet to address the ongoing border tension and firing incidents, local media reported.

Two Pakistani civilians die in Indian border fire: Officials

Pakistani officials on Saturday accused Indian troops of killing two civilians in "unprovoked firing" across the border in its eastern province of Punjab.

Pakistan shells 22 BSF posts, 13 villages in Jammu; 2 civilians killed

In a major ceasefire violation along the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan on Friday night targeted 22 posts of the Border Security Force (BSF) and 13 villages in the Arnia and RS Pura sectors of Jammu district.

Pakistan provokes again, targets two BSF posts in J&K`s RS Pura

Despite concerns expressed by the Narendra Modi government over repeated ceasefire violations by the neighbouring Pakistan, its troops once again resorted to unprovoked firing Thursday night, targeting two Border Security Force (BSF) posts in the RS Pura sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan violates ceasefire again in Jammu`s Hamirpur

Pakistani troops once again violated ceasefire by firing at forward Indian posts along the LoC in Hamirpur sub-sector in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir around 2130 hours on Wednesday, a Defence spokesman said here.