IAF to commemorate 50 years of Indo-Pak War

The IAF has lined up several programmes to commemorate its role in the 1965 war with Pakistan.

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

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

Sam Bahadur remembered...

As India remembers Sam Manekshaw on his fifth death anniversary, Zee News pays a tribute to one of the bravest soldiers of the soil.

Rahul Gandhi moved at plight of soldier`s wife

The plight of Balamdin, wife of Albert Ekka, a soldier who died fighting in the 1971 Indo-Pak war, moved Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Indo-Pak N-confrontation possible: US official

A top Pentagon official has warned that there is a potential of a nuclear exchange if Islamabad
continues to support terror groups against India.

‘Vajpayee knew of Pak build up in Kargil in 1998’

Almost a year before the 1999 Kargil conflict, IB had informed Vajpayee about the logistical build up by Pak, an army think tank has claimed.

‘26/11 might have led to Indo-Pak nuke war’

Timothy Roemer served as the 22nd US ambassador to India from July 2009 to June 2011.

Nation pays homage to Kargil martyrs

The nation Tuesday celebrates the 12th anniversary of its victory against Pakistan in the 1999 Kargil war.

Commemorating Kargil victory

Twelve years ago, on this day our soldiers recaptured Indian positions from Pak intruders.

Bomb, which did not go off in `65 war, found

A bomb, which did not explode during the 1965 Indo-Pak conflict, was found in an agriculture field in a border village here Tuesday.

`India may strike terror camps post Mumbai-II`

In the event of another Mumbai- type attack, India is most likely to strike back by eliminating terrorist training camps across the border which may lead to a "full-blown" Indo-Pak war.

Braveheart of 1965 now lives in misery

He had saved 88 soldiers
from drowning shortly after the 1965 war with Pakistan and was
later given a gallantry medal and stipend by the government.

Official records of 1971 Indo-Pak war not destroyed: Antony

No official records related to
the 1971 India-Pakistan war have been destroyed, the Lok Sabha
was informed on Tuesday.

Next Indo-Pak war could be fought over water: Saeed

Lashker-e-Toiba founder Hafiz Muhammad Saeed on Sunday claimed the next war between India and Pakistan could be fought over water if India does not stop what he described as "water terrorism".

India, Pak armies prepare for wargames along border

India and Pakistan armies have begun preparations to conduct wargames, practically within shouting range of each other.

LeT to trigger Indo-Pak war?, worries US

A top US Army official has raised concerns over the possibility of a war between India and Pakistan triggered by extremist groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba.

‘Unresolved water issue could trigger Indo-Pak war’

The impending issues over sharing river water between India and Pakistan could trigger a war between the two countries, Advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on education, Sardar Aseff Ali has said.

`War not the solution, ready to discuss all issues with India`

Pakistan is ready to discuss all outstanding issues, including Kashmir, with India as war is not the solution to any problem, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said.