Ceasefire violations by Pakistan goes up amidst China stand off

loc111New Delhi, July 06: There has been an increase in activity by Pakistan even as India continues to wade of the Chinese threat along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Fourteen Indian soldiers have been martyred in the past six, owing to the 2,432 ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

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Why the pact of 2003 with Pakistan is not a durable one

army-kashmirNew Delhi, July 04: Fourteen Indian soldiers have been martyred in the past six, owing to the 2,432 cease fire violations by Pakistan. Pakistan continues to flout the norms along the Line of Control, despite being warned repeatedly by India.

While, India has given a fitting response, the fact of the matter is that Pakistan is violating the cease fire, with an intention of providing cover fire to the terrorists trying to infiltrate into the Valley.

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War on two fronts? India prepared to wade of any eventuality

BKPandeyNew Delhi, July 02: Pakistan is likely to step up hostilities, if China launches an offensive against India. This was told to the Parliamentary Standing Committee, by a senior official of the Indian Air Force in 2014.

This clearly indicates that if the tensions with China do not reduce, then India would fight a two front war. Officials however tell OneIndia that India is prepared for any eventuality is capable of wading of any threat from both sides.

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Arms laden drone from Pakistan shot down by BSF

pak-droneNew Delhi, June 20: An arms laden drone from Pakistan was shot down by the Border Security Force on Indian territory.

The Pakistan drone was flying inside Indian territory in Rathua area in Hiranagar around 5.10 am when a BSF patrol shot it down. Inspector General, BSF, Jammu Frontier N S Jamwal said, ” the BSF has shot down a drone from Pakistan near Kathya and recovered among others M4 US-made semi-automatic rifle, 60 rounds in it, two magazines and seven M67 grenades.”

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Beaten, handcuffed, how the day long ordeal for Indian staffers in Pakistan unfolded

indopakNew Delhi, June 16: The two Indian staffers of the Indian mission in Islamabad were released after an ordeal that lasted nearly 12 hours.

On Monday morning, the staffers were picked up by a group of 15 armed persons. They were then blindfolded and handcuffed before being taken away to an undisclosed location. While being interrogated for 6 hours, they were also beaten with sticks, sources familiar with the developments tell OneIndia.

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With fake currency charge, Pak trying to create persona non grata case against Indian officials

indopakNew Delhi, June 16: Pakistan has claimed that the two officials that it had arrested and later released had fake currency on them. India has denied this and says that Pakistan had held the officials up only to create a case of persona non grata.

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Indian officials in Pak high commission released, visible injuries noticed

high-commissionNew Delhi, June 15: Two officials of the Indian High Commission in Pakistan have been released, official sources have said. The move comes in the wake of the strong demarche that India issued. They were handed over to the two Indian High Commission officials. Sources said that they were injury marks on the two officials.

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Two Indian officials in High Commission at Pakistan likely in ISI custody

high-commissionNew Delhi, June 15: Two officials of the Indian High Commission are missing in Pakistan. Sources said that the two officials have gone missing.

Indian officials say that they are awaiting more information on the same. There has been marked tensions between India and Pakistan off late.India has got in touch with the officials in Pakistan for more information, the source cited above also said.

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Tit for tat: ISI hand in disappearance of two Indian officials in Pakistan

high-commissionNew Delhi, June 15: Two Indian officials at the High Commission in Pakistan have gone missing. Both officials who set out on work on Monday morning, did not reach their destination.

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Two Indian officials in High Commission at Pakistan missing

indian-high-commissionNew Delhi, June 15: Two officials of the Indian High Commission are missing in Pakistan. Sources said that the two officials have gone missing.

Indian officials say that they are awaiting more information on the same. There has been marked tensions between India and Pakistan off late. The two officials have been missing since the past two hours. India has got in touch with the officials in Pakistan for more information, the source cited above also said.

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