Indo-Pak ties

Two Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani army at the LoC on January 8, 2013. The bodies of the soldiers were found mutilated.

'Terrorist who mutilated Indian soldier was rewarded Rs 5 lakh'

January 8 - A bloody strike across the Line of Control. Two Indian soldiers are killed, one of them beheaded. Pakistan denied any role in the brutal attack but Intelligence reports accessed by CNN-IBN on Tuesday suggested otherwise.

Army chief meets slain soldier Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh's family

Army Chief General Bikram Singh on Friday visited the home of slain soldier Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh in a village in Madhya Pradesh. Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh had been killed near the LoC by Pakistani troops on January 8.

To solve crisis, Pak, India ask troops to honour ceasefire; Khar offers talks

As the tensions between India and Pakistan escalated with more ceasefire violations reported on Tuesday and the war of words intensifying on Wednesday, both the countries are now looking for measures to de-escalate it. While both the countries have ordered their troops to strictly honour the ceasefire agreement, Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has invited her Indian counterpart Salman

Pak soldier killed in retaliatory fire, our troops don't cross the LoC: Army Chief

Amidst growing tension at the Line of Control and intensifying war of words, Army Chief General Bikram Singh rejected Pakistan's allegations that the Indian Army violated ceasefire and killed a Pakistani soldier. 'Pakistan is wrong in alleging that their soldier has died in firing at the Line of Control. If their soldier has died, he must have died in retaliatory

War of words intensifies as India raises Pak terror at UN, calls for action

Even as the Line of Control remains tense, the war of words between India and Pakistan has intensified. India has raised Pakistan's continuing support to terror groups at the United Nations, seeking international action against state sponsors of terror. India named Pakistan terror groups Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jamaat-ud-Dawa as major security threats to South East Asian countries.

Despite tensions along LoC, Indo-Pak trade continues smoothly at Uri

As the colourfully decorated trucks from across the border pull up at the Salamabad, the Uri trans-LoC trade facility, 35-year-old trader Tajamul Masoodi is beaming with joy. It's business as usual for the apple merchant. Trade through the Uri road is running smoothly in contrast to Chakan-da-Bagh, Poonch, where the mutilation of two Indian soldiers has shut trade for 12

Pakistan had no hand in the killings of Indian soldiers, reiterates Salman Bashir

The Pakistan High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir has reiterated that Pakistan had nothing to do with the killings of the two Indian soldiers on January 8. He also said that clear instructions have been given to the Pakistani Army to observe a ceasefire.

Army Chief General Bikram Singh meets martyr Hemraj's family in Kosi

Army Chief General Bikram Singh met slain Indian soldier Lance Naik Hemraj Singh's family in Kosi Kalan in Uttar Pradesh, two days after the martyr's wife broke her fast. Hemraj was killed and was beheaded on January 8 by Pakistani troops in an alleged ceasefire violation by Pakistan in the Poonch sector.

LoC remains tense even as India talks tough; Pak repeats UN probe demand

The situation along the India-Pakistan border continues to remain tense after India reported five ceasefire violations even after the flag meet. Indian troops, however, did not retaliate and officers say that they will not react in haste but will take their time.

LoC remains tense even as India talks tough; Pak repeats UN probe demand

The situation along the India-Pakistan border continues to remain tense after India reported five ceasefire violations even after the flag meet. Indian troops, however, did not retaliate and officers say that they will not react in haste but will take their time.