Pakistan’s new infiltration routes: Sophisticated ISI, army engineered tunnels

New Delhi, Jan 13: Pakistan made yet another attempt at infiltrating its terrorists.

The Border Security Force (BSF) has detected a trans-border tunnel along the India-Pakistan International Border in Bobbiyan village in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. 

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To observe August 5 as Black Day in J&K, Pak Army, ISI put out detailed flow chart

Imran-KhanNew Delhi, July 31: The number of terrorists getting killed in the Valley is up and the infiltration bids have been foiled several times. There is also a major decrease in the number of violent protests on the streets of Jammu and Kashmir, ever since the Parliament of India abrogated Article 370.

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Why did you discuss Jadhav? Nawaz Sharif gets an earful from Pak Army chief

nawazjpgAs reports emerged that the death sentence awarded to Kulbhushan Jadhav was to stall peace talks with India, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif has told the army chief that the meeting with Sajjan Jindal was part of back-channel talks. Jindal had met with Sharif and this is said to have angered the Pakistan army chief, General Qamar Bajwa.

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Mutilating of soldiers’ bodies: Pak army provided cover fire to Lashkar

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India has sufficient evidence that it was the Lashkar-e-Tayiba backed by the Pakistan army that carried out the horrific attack on the Indian soldiers in which the bodies of two were mutilated. Pakistan has been denying that it had anything to do with the incident.

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Alpha 3 control room: How Pak army and Lashkar guided the Kashmir unrest

kashmir_350_101111084311New Delhi, Nov 7: Alpha-3 was a control room that was set up jointly by the Pakistan army and the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to create the Kashmir unrest.
Investigations conducted by the National Investigation Agency have revealed that this was a control room operating out of Muzaffarabad through which the entire unrest was controlled.

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Did surgical strikes drive a deep divide between Lashkar and Pak army?

India is not ready to believe reports that speak of a rift between the civilian government and the military in Pakistan. India feels that the news was part of Pakistan’s posturing as it has come under heavy pressure from all quarters for allowing terrorists to use its soil.
However, Indian officials do confirm that there has been a rift between the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the military following the surgical strikes that were carried out by India across the Line of Control.

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