Pakistan army resorts to shelling along LoC

loc1Jammu, May 26: Pakistan Army on Tuesday resorted to firing and shelling on forward areas along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district, drawing befitting retaliation from Indian soldiers, a defence spokesperson said.

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Terror first, COVID-19 next: Pakistan activates multiple launch pads along LoC

loc1New Delhi, Apr 10: The world is fighting one of the deadliest pandemics and nations have come together to battle one of the worst crisis ever.

However, in Pakistan, which is also facing a severe problem owing to COVID-19, terror cells and operations continue in full swing. Despite the virus spreading like wildfire, Pakistan has lined up scores of terrorists and is looking to push them into India. Terror activity in Pakistan continues unabated, an Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia.

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Just one from Srinagar has joined a terror group this year: Kudos to the Indian Army

terrorNew Delhi, Feb 27: Local recruitment and terror attacks have gone down considerably in Jammu and Kashmir. While this is an impressive development, the Indian Army has however flagged concerns on the rise in violations along the Line of Control.

With regard to the recruitment, sources tell OneIndia that in 2018 220 youth had joined terror outfits as opposed to the 120 in 2019. This is a remarkable dip and the figures will be much lower in 2020, the source also added.

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IED defused, major terror strike averted along LoC

iedNew Delhi, Dec 30: The timely detection of a powerful improvised explosive device ensured that a major terror strike was averted along the Line of Control.

The IED was found along the Line of Control in the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. The IED was planted in the Keri sector.

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2,000 plus and counting: Pakistan violates ceasefire once again

loc111New Delhi, Dec 01: The Pakistan army on Saturday targeted forward posts and villages along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district, violating the ceasefire for the second consecutive day, a defence spokesperson said.

This has taken the number of ceasefire violations to over 2,500 this year alone.

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Pakistan violated ceasefire 2,500 times this year

loc111New Delhi, Nov 17: This year, according to officials, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire along the LoC over 2,500 times.

India has repeatedly called upon Pakistan to ask its forces to adhere to the 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two countries to maintain peace along the LoC and the International Border.

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2,000 ceasefire violations, 500 terrorists wait to infiltrate: Pakistan’s plans exposed

loc1New Delhi, Oct 12: This year, according to officials, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire along the LoC over 2,000 times, leaving 21 Indians dead and scores injured.

India has repeatedly called upon Pakistan to ask its forces to adhere to the 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two countries to maintain peace along the LoC and the International Border.

ED issues LOC against Chidambaram to restrict his movement across land, air, seaports

chidambaramNew Delhi, Aug 21: The Enforcement Directorate has issued a Look Out Circular as P Chidambaram remains untraceable.

The fresh Look Out Circular was issued against Chidambaram to restrict his movement across land, air and seaports, officials have said.

India suspends LoC trade with Pakistan

New Delhi, Apr 18: India has suspended trade along the Line of Control with effect from April 19. The action was taken after it was reported that Pakistan based elements were using the trade route to smuggle weapons, fake currency and narcotics.

The decision has been taken after reports of “cross Line of Control trade routes being misused by Pakistan based elements for funneling illegal weapons, narcotics and fake currency etc”, a statement by the Home Ministry read.

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Here is why trade along LoC with Pakistan was suspended by India

indo-pak-trade-locNew Delhi, Apr 18: Citing misuse India on Friday suspended trade along the Line of Control (LoC) with effect from April 19. The action was taken after it was reported that Pakistan based elements were using the trade route to smuggle weapons, fake currency and narcotics.

The Home Ministry said that a stricter regulatory and enforcement mechanism is being worked and the issue of the reopening the trade routes will be revisited once they are implemented.

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