Border with Pak to be sealed soon: Rajnath

The International Border with Pakistan will be sealed soon, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh said while speaking at the passing out parade of Border Security Force assistant commandants at the BSF Academy in Tekanpur, Madhya Pradesh on Saturday.

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Setback as Bihar train blast accused flees to Pakistan

In a setback to the ongoing investigations into the Bihar train attack, a key accused has left Dubai for Pakistan. Shafi Sheikh, who guided the train attack moved to Pakistan from Dubai, according to a report of the intelligence agencies.

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Pakistan the happiest country: Here is Abdul Basit’s explanation

For Abdul Basit, the Pakistan high commissioner, his country is the happiest in the region. During an event to mark Pakistan Day, Basit quoted a recent report on Happiness Day which places Pakistan ahead of India and China in terms of happiest countries in the world. India ranked 122 in that list.

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Surgical strikes: These statistics will tell you how Pakistan mellowed down

They were many who questioned the surgical strikes carried out by India across the Line of Control last year.

However, there is proof to indicate that the strikes were indeed conducted and the number of casualties and violation along the Line of Control as well as the International Border have come down drastically.

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Here is how Pakistan reported Yogi Adityanath’s elevation as UP CM

Hindutva unmasked: Yogi Adityanath, BJP’s most strident face, will be its chief minister in UP. This is how the Dawn newspaper in Pakistan reported the appointment of Yogi as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

The Dawn, however, used a report that appeared in the Scroll and retained the headline too.

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Indian Sufi priests not in custody of jihadi groups confirms IB

India has once again sought a response from Pakistan on the two Sufi priests who went missing on March 15. Indian Intelligence agencies say that it is confirmed that the two priests have not been abducted by jihadi groups.

They are in the custody of the Inter-Services Intelligence, official sources informed.

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The Enemy Property bill explained in 5 points

The Enemy Property Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

This effectively means that the descendants of the people who migrated to Pakistan and China during the period of Partition and also after the 1962 war cannot claim properties left behind in India.

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How ISI used the IS ideology to stay clear of the blame

In the year 2014, there was an interesting shift in the manner in which the Indian Mujahideen operated. A letter was sent out to the Mumbai police which was signed just, “Mujahideen.”

The Indian was missing in the name and this marked a shift in strategy.

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Salute the soldier for his exceptionally brave act at Tral, J&K

The 15-hour Tral encounter that took place on Saturday and ended the next day was one of the toughest and deadliest encounters that have taken place in recent times.

Two very dangerous militants, an Indian and a Pakistani were holed up in a house and engaged security forces for 15 hours.

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Bizarre Pak thinks tallest tricolour is meant for spying

It was a proud moment for India when the tallest ever Indian flag was erected at the Attari border. The Indian National Flag is visible from Lahore.

The flag is 110 metres high, 24 metres wide and weighs 55 tonnes. However Pakistan has a problem with the flag. It has made a bizarre allegation that the flag is being used to spy against them.

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