Pakistan first denies having terror camps, then shuts down a few

New Delhi, Mar 28: While on one hand, Pakistan denied that there were any terror camps on its soil, on the other, it continued to shut down such camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

The intelligence agencies have picked up information that instructions were given to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba by the ISI to shut down the camps. The instruction came in the wake of the Indian Army targeting Pakistan posts in the wake of ceasefire violations. The camps according to the intelligence were being run by Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist Ashfaq Baral.

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Why the strike at Balakot KPK is extremely significant in the war against terror

New Delhi, Feb 26: Among the three locations that were hit by the Indian Air Force to avenge the Pulwama attack, the one at Balakot is most significant.

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Surgical strikes: The need for more as 300 terrorists have resurfaced across the border

surgicalstrike1New Delhi, Sep 28: It has been two years since the Indian Armed Forces carried out surgical strikes in dismantle Pakistan based terror groups. Post the strikes, an official statement said that the Army has caused significant damage to the terror infrastructure. How much damage did these strikes create on the terror infrastructure in Pakistan. Have the terror launch pads vanished along the Line of Control? Let us take a look.

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Terror camps rise as Jihadis prepare for winter infiltration

winterinfilNew Delhi, Dec 13: Indian Intelligence Bureau officials have warned of a massive build up of terrorists camps across the Line of Control. Nearly 45 new camps have come up and in the days to come, there will be a major attempt to push terrorists into India.

In a bid to keep the infiltrations on during the winter, the Pakistan army had started providing terrorists with high altitude gear.

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