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125 polling stations to be relocated <strong>along</strong> Indo-Pak <strong>border</strong>

125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-Pak border

31 Oct 2014

Jammu: Fearing disturbances from across the Indo-Pak border, Jammu and Kashmir government will relocate 125 polling stations along the borderline in Jammu district to safer places to ensure border dwellers vote freely.

Indo-Pak border,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K government,   J&K polling stations,   J&K borderline,   J&K assembly ,  
Pakistan won't dare to disturb <strong>border</strong> peace anytime soon: Rajnath

Pakistan won't dare to disturb border peace anytime soon: Rajnath

31 Oct 2014

Bhopal: Asserting that Pakistan has been given a "befitting" reply for violating ceasefire, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Islamabad would not dare to disturb peace at the border anytime soon.

Bhopal,   Pakistan,   ceasefire,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Islamabad ,  
China to construct new rail line in Tibet

China to construct new rail line in Tibet

31 Oct 2014

Beijing: China on Friday approved construction of a new strategically important high altitude railway line in Tibet costing about USD six billion that would come close to the Indian border in Arunachal Pradesh.

China,   China rail line,   Rail line construction,   Railway line,   Tibet,   Indian border,   Arunachal Pradesh,  
12,000 ITBP personnel to be deployed <strong>along</strong> Sino-India <strong>border</strong>

12,000 ITBP personnel to be deployed along Sino-India border

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of over 300 transgressions by the Chinese Army along the Line of Actual Control  (LAC) till August this year, Government has given an in-principle approval for induction of nearly 12,000 personnel in the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), a force which guards the 3,488 km-long Sino-India border.

Chinese Army,   LAC,   ITBP personnel,   Sino-India border,   ITBP,   new battalion,   new India China border,   Arunachal Pradesh,  
Pakistan, Iran exchange fire on <strong>border</strong>

Pakistan, Iran exchange fire on border

24 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Pakistani and Iranian troops have exchanged fire along the border in the latest flare-up of violence between the two sides, days after similar border clashes killed a Pakistani soldier and wounded three others.

Pakistan,   Iran,   ceasefire along border,   Pakistan Iran exchange fire,   Pakistan Iran border clash,   ,  
India should do more to maintain peace in <strong>border</strong> areas: China

India should do more to maintain peace in border areas: China

30 Oct 2014

Beijing: China's military on Thursday expressed concern over India's plan to construct 54 new border posts in Arunachal Pradesh, saying India should not complicate the situation and do more to maintain peace as it is a "disputed area".

Beijing,   China's military,   Indian plan,   new border posts,   Arunachal Pradesh,   disputed area,  
US strikes pound jihadists as Iraq Kurds prepare to join fight

US strikes pound jihadists as Iraq Kurds prepare to join fight

26 Oct 2014

Mursitpinar: US-led warplanes have bombarded the Islamic State group with new air strikes as heavily armed Iraqi Kurdish fighters were on Sunday readying to reinforce the besieged Syrian border town of Kobane.

US warplanes,   Islamic State group,   Iraqi Kurdish fighters,   Syrian border,   Kobane,  
Omar inspects lodging, food quality at shelter <strong>camps</strong>

Omar inspects lodging, food quality at shelter camps

10 Oct 2014

R S Pura (Jammu): As thousands of civilians affected in shelling by Pakistani troops here thronged to safer shelter camps, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah accompanied by his team went on to inspect the lodging facilities and quality of food provided to them.

Omar Abdullah,   ceasefire in Jammu,   firing along Jammu and Kashmir ,  
Pakistan violates ceasefire twice <strong>along</strong> LoC in Poonch

Pakistan violates ceasefire twice along LoC in Poonch

17 Oct 2014

Jammu: Pakistani troops on Friday violated the ceasefire twice by firing with small arms and automatic weapons on Indian posts along the LoC in Poonch district, drawing retaliation from the Army.

Pakistan,   India,   border tension,   ceasefire violation,   ceasefire,   Pakistan ceasefire,   Line of Control,   Poonch district,  
At least 824,000 displaced by Ukraine conflict: UN

At least 824,000 displaced by Ukraine conflict: UN

24 Oct 2014

Geneva: The conflict in Ukraine has driven more than 824,000 people from their homes, the UN refugee , warning that it was having to scramble aid to offset the impact of winter.At least 430,000 people had been displaced within Ukraine as of Thursday, UNHCR said, 170,000 more than at the start of September.

Ukraine,   UN refugee,   UNHCR,   European Union,   Russia,  

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