DNA: Manipur in boil, but where is the media!

Manipur has been witnessing violence on the issue of Inner Line Permit System. The already tense situation in Manipur took a turn for the worse on Monday night after 4 people were allegedly shot dead by Manipur Police commandos following widespread arson in Churachandpur district.

Mohammad Naved's dossier: Zee Media Exclusive

Zee News presents to you a copy of the dossier that was prepared by the Home Ministry based on the inputs provided by the National Investigating Agency having certain points which clearly points towards the role of Pakistan in the Udhampur attack.

China asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint at border

 "Closely following" Indo-Pak border tensions, China today called on both countries to exercise restraint and "manage" their differences through dialogue.

How 'Geeta' lost the chance to come to India
How 'Geeta' lost the chance to come to India

Geeta, the deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade, would have been in India had the Indo-Pak NSA-level talks not been cancelled.

Former Pak PM Gilani gets 7-day protective bail in graft cases

Former Pakistan prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani Tuesday secured a seven-day protective bail in nine corruption cases filed against him for allegedly making millions of rupees by approving subsidies to fake companies.

Suicide blast kills six in northwest Pakistan

At least six persons, including two tribal police officers, were killed and 56 others injured on Tuesday when a Pakistani Taliban suicide bomber targeted a police vehicle in the restive northwestern tribal region, officials said.

1965 war restored Indian soldiers' self-confidence: Army Chief

Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Tuesday said the 1965 war with Pakistan restored the "self-confidence" of the soldiers and laid the framework for India's spectacular win in the 1971 war which liberated Bangladesh.

Farooq Abdullah seeks early resumption of Indo-Pak talks

 National Conference patron Farooq Abdullah today called for early resumption of dialogue between India and Pakistan, saying it is "imperative" as people of Jammu and Kashmir have to bear the brunt of tension between the two countries.

Pak PM, Army Chief discuss Karachi operation

 Pakistan's Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif today met Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and discussed the situation in Karachi, where law enforcing agencies are involved in an operation against militants and criminals.

Pakistan using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

 Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh today accused Pakistan of using "new methods" for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and said that recent incidents of terrorist violence were clear pointers towards its attempts to extend the arc of violence to other areas.

Nawaz Sharif may have accepted Obama's invitation: White House

 The US believes that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has accepted US President Barack Obama's invitation to meet him at the White House later next month to discuss a lot of important issues.

Military needs to be ready for short wars, says Army Chief Dalbir Singh
Military needs to be ready for short wars, says Army Chief Dalbir Singh

Speaking at the Tri Service Seminar on the 1965 Indo-Pak War, Chief of Army Staff Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said that the military needs to be ready for short wars as the borders are live with frequent ceasefire violations and infiltration bids by Pakistan.

Rajiv Gandhi regarded Pakistan as 'strategic buffer' against USSR: Report

Contradicting perceived proximity to the Soviet Union in the Cold War era, India under the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had toyed with the idea of supporting anti-Russian civilian groups in Pakistan if the then Zia regime was thrown out by Moscow, a recent declassified CIA document has claimed.

1965 war was costly misadventure of Pakistan: Hamid Ansari

Praising the leadership of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri and the Kashmiris for thwarting Pakistan's invasion in 1965, Vice President Hamid Ansari Tuesday said the war was a costly military and political misadventure for the neighbouring country.

US asks Pakistan to do more to confront terror threat

 Asking Islamabad to do more to confront terror groups based in Pakistan, the US says the issue will be on the agenda when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif comes to Washington next month.

Terror threat continues to emanate from inside Pakistan: US
Terror threat continues to emanate from inside Pakistan: US

 The US has said that the threat from terrorist groups, in particular the Haqqani network, continues to emanate from inside Pakistan, dismissing top Pakistani diplomat's claim that the dreaded group responsible for audacious attacks in Afghanistan has been wiped out.

26/11 style terror attack on India being planned in Karachi

Karachi is home to the world's most notorious terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), which with the help of ISI and Pakistan navy, is training it's terrorists to launch a 26/11 style attack on India, that is, via sea route.

Suicide bomber kills six in NW Pakistan

A suicide bomber struck outside a local government office in a northwestern Pakistani tribal area on Tuesday, killing at least six people and wounding 31 others, officials said.

England skipper Alastair Cook in search of opening Test partner
England skipper Alastair Cook in search of opening Test partner

It is Test cricket`s equivalent of a lonely hearts advert: experienced opener seeks partner for meaningful relationship.

Ban Ki-moon calls for direct dialogue between Pakistan and India

 UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called for a "direct dialogue" between India and Pakistan to de-escalate tensions between the two nuclear-armed South Asians neighbours.