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Pakistan army chief promotes 6 generals
How Pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa deals with the ensuing reshuffle of lieutenant generals would be interesting to watch, notes Rana Banerji, who headed the Pakistan desk at the Research and Analysis Wing, India's external intelligence agency.
Pak Hindu woman reunited with Indian family after 10 months
Janta Mali, who has applied for Indian citizenship, had gone to visit her ailing mother in Pakistan's Mirpur Khas in February on an NORI visa with her husband and children, who are Indian citizens, but was not allowed to travel back after the imposition of a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus as her visa expired.
India, Pak, B'desh should be merged: Maha Min to BJP
If the Berlin wall can be demolished then why not India, Pakistan and Bangladesh can come together, asks
Pak targets villages, forward posts along IB, LoC in J-K
There was no report of any casualty in the latest ceasefire violation which came a day after a personnel of the Indian Army was killed and three others including two women were injured in separate ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Rajouri and Poonch districts.
BSF finds tunnel along Pakistan border in J-K's Samba sector
A 150-metre long underground tunnel suspected to be used by terrorists for infiltration was detected.
India lodges protest with Pak over attack planned by Jaish
Referring to the Nagrota incident, the MEA said the huge cache of arms, ammunition and explosive material indicate detailed planning for a 'major attack to destabilise the peace and security' in the Union Territory of J-K, in particular, to derail the ongoing democratic exercise of conduct of local district development council polls.
Soldier killed, another injured in Pak firing in Rajouri, Kathua
The casualty comes barely a week after multiple ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops along the LoC in north Kashmir left 11 people, including five security personnel, dead on November 13.
Trump announces troop cuts in Afghanistan, Iraq; draws fire
The United States has announced to reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq to 2,500 each by January 15 next year, which drew sharp reaction from influential lawmakers across the aisle.
Pak military elements had links to Taliban, Qaeda: Obama
Barack Obama has said that he had ruled out involving Pakistan in the raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout because it was an "open secret" that certain elements inside Pakistan's military, and especially its intelligence services, maintained links to the Taliban and perhaps even al-Qaeda, sometimes using them as strategic assets against Afghanistan and India.
Home at last: 70-yr-old meets family in Kanpur after years in Pakistan
Shamsuddin had moved to Pakistan with an acquaintance in 1992 on getting a 90-day visit visa and then settled there