PAKISTAN ARMY

  • J&K: Omar Abdullah appeals to maintain calm along LoC June 13, 2014

    Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said, "The reports I've received was a quite intense exchange of fires on both sides, some shells landed in civilian areas to what extent it is an attempt to test the resolve of the new government, it's matter of speculation. I...
  • Narendra Modi's swearingin ceremony: Pak Army redflags Nawaz Sharif's visit to India? May 23, 2014

    Reports have suggested that there is a clear rift between the Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and the country's Army over the invite given by India for Prime Ministerelect Narendra Modi's swearingin ceremony. ...
  • J&K: Pak violates ceasefire again in Balakote, 1 Indian jawan killed October 16, 2013

    An Army jawan was killed on Tuesday night when Pakistani troops opened fire at Indian forward posts in Balakote subsector along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district in what is stated to be the second ceasefire violation of the day and the eighth in less than a week. ...
  • The Last Word: What exactly is happening on LoC and what does this reveal about Pak as well as India's state of preparedness? October 8, 2013

    The Indian Army on Tuesday called off the 15day long Keran operation, saying the area has been cleared of the infiltrators backed by Pakistan. The Army Chief General Bikram Singh blamed Pakistani Army of being behind the attempts by the terrorists to enter India. Singh said that it is not...
  • Has UPA's Pakistan policy been proved ineffective? October 8, 2013

    Even as the Keran operations got over on October 8, almost 15 days after a large group of terrorists tried to cross the Line of Control and infiltrate into India, Army Chief General Bikram Singh blamed Pakistani Army of being behind the attempts by the terrorists to enter India. ...
  • J&K: Keran operations over, Army calls it a desperate infiltration bid October 8, 2013

    The Keran gunbattle between the Army and the terrorists is finally over after 15 days. The Army has called it a desperate infiltration bid but have denied that it was an intrusion. However, it has said that the Pakistan Army must be complicit in the infiltration bid. ...
  • Watch: Guns fall silent in Shala Bato, Army's Keran operations over October 8, 2013

    The Indian Army on Tuesday called off the 15day long Keran operation, saying the area has been cleared of the infiltrators backed by Pakistan. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai October 7, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • News 360: Villagers caught in crossfire between Army, terrorists in Keran October 7, 2013

    As firing between the Army and terrorists continue in the Keran sector for the 14th day, caught in the crossfire are residents from nearby villages. The villagers from Jamgund, a village that lies next to Shala Batu, have been trekking down steep mountainside to avoid being trapped in the gunfight....
  • Antony makes statement on INS Sindhurakshak, ceasefire violations in RS August 19, 2013

    Defence Minster AK Antony on Monday made a statement in Parliament on the explosions and fire on board submarine INS Sindhurakshak. He also took a tough stand on ceasefire violations along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir. ...
  • Pakistan Army not involved in LoC killings: Salman Bashir August 12, 2013

    Pakistani High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir has claimed that the Pakistani Army was not involved in the killing of the five Indian soldiers at the Line of Control in Poonch. Speaking to Karan Thapar on Devil's Advocate, Bashir while expressing his regret at the loss of life said that...
  • LoC killings: Antony does a Uturn, blames Pakistan Army August 8, 2013

    Defence Minister AK Antony's Uturn came under opposition pressure. He was forced to concede that the earlier Army statement on LoC killings was right and that the Pakistan Army was behind the killings. ...
  • LoC killings: Is dialogue still the only way forward with Pakistan? August 8, 2013

    The killing of five Indian soldiers by the Pakistan Army along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir has put bilateral talks under cloud. ...
  • The Last Word: Options the Army can consider to check Pakistan's adventurism on the LoC? August 8, 2013

    Five Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani troops along the LoC in the Poonch sector on Tuesday, sparking outrage in India. If given a free hand what are the tactical options the army could consider to check Pakistan's adventurism on the LoC? That's the question Karan Thapar discussed with a...
  • The Last Word: What does cancellation of Musharraf's bail plea mean for him? April 18, 2013

    The former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf on Thursday fled from the court premises with the help of his bodyguards after the court ordered his arrest in a case related to the confinement of over 60 judges in 2007. ...
  • Pakistan teen activist Malala returns to school in UK March 20, 2013

    Pakistan's women's rights icon Malala Yousufzai returns to school in Birmingham months after being shot by the Taliban. ...
  • Threat from within the Army: Pakistani scientist Pervez Hoodbhoy February 1, 2013

    Pakistani scientist Pervez Hoodbhoy has written a book 'Confronting The Bomb', in which he talks about the possible nuclear threat from Pakistan. ...
  • The Last Word: Has India's Pakistan policy failed to deliver? January 14, 2013

    There seems to be no end to the frosty relations between India and Pakistan following the skirmishes at the LoC in J&K and the killing of soldiers in the firing from both the sides. ...
  • IndoPak flag meet: Pakistan denies mutilating soldiers January 14, 2013

    There seems to be no end to the frosty relations between India and Pakistan following the skirmishes at the LoC in J&K and the killing of soldiers in the firing from both the sides. ...
  • Hemraj deserved more respect, says wife of slain soldier January 13, 2013

    The wife of the deceased soldier, Lt Lance Naik Hemraj Singh, has been put on a drip after her health deteriorated following a hunger strike she is holding, along with her family, in Mathura. ...
  • Is confrontation with Pakistan fraught with huge risks? January 10, 2013

    Just two days after two Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in a case of ceasefire violation, the Pakistan army on Thursday evening violated ceasefire again. ...
  • Video: Topography and Army deployment along LoC in Poonch January 10, 2013

    In the past one month itself, there have been more than a dozen ceasefire violations along the LoC by the Pakistani Army. The Poonch violation and killing of two Indian soldiers was the most gruesome of them all. ...
  • Is 'Aman Ki Asha' with Pakistan simply not possible? January 9, 2013

    A day after the brutal killings of two Indian soldiers near the Line of Control (Loc), there has been a predictable angry response from New Delhi. ...
  • No international involvement, can't be business as usual with Pakistan: India January 9, 2013

    Reacting to the denial of ceasefire violation by Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid has said that India will still wait for a direct response from the neighbour. ...
  • Watch: Ground report from where Pak killed Indian soldiers January 9, 2013

    In a major escalation to the ceasefire violations and infiltration attempts, a group of Pakistan Army soldiers raided across the Line of Control in Mendhar Sector and killed two Indian soldiers Lance Naik Hemraj and Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh and injured one more. The Pakistani troops attacked an...
  • ExArmymen accuse Pakistan army of disrupting peace in J&K January 9, 2013

    Former Indian Army officials have condemned the Poonch ceasefire violation by Pakistan army accusing it of trying to disrupt the peace process in Jammu and Kashmir. ...
  • Kayani meets Malala, doctors say her condition stabilising October 12, 2012

    A 14yearold girl who risked her life so she and her peers could attend school in Pakistan's Swat Valley is recovering from a gunshot wound has been moved to a military hospital in Rawalpindi. Doctors say Malala Yousufzai's condition is now stable. While doctors have removed the bullet from her head...
  • Avalanche in Siachen glacier traps over 100 Pakistani soldiers April 7, 2012

    The Pakistani government says that the exact number of casualties is not known yet and that rescue and relief operations are on. ...
  • SC can ask Pak Army to execute orders January 19, 2012

    PM Yousuf Raza Gilani appears in the Supreme Court to defend himself against contempt charges. ...
  • Pak crisis: Are early elections the only way out? January 14, 2012

    Early elections in Pakistan are being considered the only way out of the governmentArmy standoff. Pakistan Tehreeki Insaaf chief Imran Khan is among its many supporters. The PTI chief also rubbished rumours of a prepoll alliance with former president General Pervez Musharraf. ...