The Central leadership has shown "maturity" in defusing tensions along the LoC with Pakistan following the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday said.
After days of bitter stand-off over the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by its forces, Pakistan finally offered to hold talks with India to sort out all issues of concern.
Government Tuesday cautioned against "jingoism" after the BJP upped the ante on the issue of beheading of an Indian soldier by Pakistani Army along the Line of Control.
Tensions between India and Pakistan over recent killing of soldiers erupted but it was business as usual at Uri in north Kashmir where trading continued smoothly with fruits being exchanged.
Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a man in connection with the murder of two soldiers in March, they said on Sunday.
Day in Pics: 21st September
Showbiz World - September 21, 2014
iPhone6 fever grips the world