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<strong>Pakistan</strong> should be taught a lesson: Ramdev

Pakistan should be taught a lesson: Ramdev

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of killing of an army jawan in firing from across the border at the Line of Control, yoga guru Ramdev on Tuesday said Pakistan should be taught a lesson and whatever steps Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes the country will stand by him.

Pakistan,   Ramdev,   supreme court,   Narendra Modi,   Line of Control,  
BJP ally Shiv Sena opposes talks with <strong>Pakistan</strong>

BJP ally Shiv Sena opposes talks with Pakistan

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Slamming the 'sari and shawl' diplomacy with Pakistan, ruling NDA constituent Shiv Sena on Tuesday said government should have no talks with the country and give it a "befitting" reply after the killing of a jawan in shelling at the Line of Control.

Pakistan,   NDA,   Shiv Sena,   Line of Control,   Sanjay Raut,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> violated ceasefire 19 times since Modi took over

Pakistan violated ceasefire 19 times since Modi took over

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Pakistan violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir 19 times since the new government took over and the Indian side retaliated appropriately in each case, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Rajya Sabha,   Pakistan violated ceasefire,   Ghulam Nabi Azad,   Arun Jaitley,  
PM should talk to <strong>Pakistan</strong> on ceasefire violations, says Omar Abdullah

PM should talk to Pakistan on ceasefire violations, says Omar Abdullah

21 Jul 2014

Jammu: Expressing concern over rising incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak to his Pakistani counterpart on the issue.

Omar Abdullah,   Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   ceasefire violations,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Indo-Pak ties ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> rangers fire mortars at Indian positions in Jammu

Pakistan rangers fire mortars at Indian positions in Jammu

20 Jul 2014

Jammu: Pakistan rangers on Sunday used mortars to target Indian positions on the international border in Jammu district, creating panic among villagers in the RS Pura sector.

Pakistan,   international border,   RS Pura sector,   Border security force,   BSF,   LoC,   line of control,  
Guns fall silent along international border

Guns fall silent along international border

21 Jul 2014

Jammu: After five days of skirmishes along the International Border in the sector, guns fell silent on Monday with no firing from the Pakistan side.

International Border,   Pakistan,   Pakistani Rangers,   Jammu district,   Omar Abdullah,   Narendra Modi,  
US drone attack kills 11 Taliban militants in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

US drone attack kills 11 Taliban militants in Pakistan

19 Jul 2014

Islamabad: At least 11 Taliban militants were killed on Saturday in a US drone attack in Pakistan's troubled northwestern tribal region near the border with Afghanistan, officials said.

US drone,   Taliban militants,   US drone attack in Pakistan,   Punjabi Taliban group,   Pakistan terrorism,   Terrorist in Afghanistan ,  
Modi will be welcomed in Pak whenever he wishes to visit, says Envoy

Modi will be welcomed in Pak whenever he wishes to visit, says Envoy

19 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be welcomed in Pakistan whenever he wishes to visit, said country's High Commissioner adding that both sides are in touch with each other for a meeting between their foreign secretaries.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Pakistan,   India-Pakistan ties,   India-Pakistan relations,   Indo-Pak ties,   Pakistan High Commissioner,   Abdul Basit,   Nawaz Sharif,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> violates ceasefire again, Indian troops retaliate

Pakistan violates ceasefire again, Indian troops retaliate

17 Jul 2014

Jammu: Pakistan Rangers violated ceasefire by firing on outposts along the International Border in Jammu district again, prompting Indian troops to retaliate. Pakistani troops fired at Border Out Posts (BOPs) in Arnia forward area in RS Pura at 2030 hours on Wednesday just hours after a BSF trooper was killed in an earlier ceasefire violation by border guards on the other side.

Pakistan,   ceasefire,   Indian troops,   Pakistan rangers,   border,   BSF,   ceasefire violation,  
Over 5,900 Indians in jails abroad; 1400 in Saudi, 468 in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Over 5,900 Indians in jails abroad; 1400 in Saudi, 468 in Pakistan

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: There are 5,986 Indian nationals lodged in foreign jails with the highest being in Saudi Arabia, government said in the Parliament.

Indian nationals,   Indians in jails,   Indians in Saudi jails,   Indians in Pakistan jail,  

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