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Army says 150metre long tunnel dug up to infiltrate terrorists

Sep 02, 2014

Army says 150metre long tunnel dug up to infiltrate terrorists

The tunnel, which was discovered on 22 August, was about 150metre long on our side of LoC, and originated from the Pakistan side, spokesman said. #India #Defence #NewsTracker #Indian Army #Line of Control #Northern Command #LoC #Jammu Division
Kashmir Jawan killed in ongoing encounter against militants along LoC

Aug 30, 2014

Kashmir Jawan killed in ongoing encounter against militants along LoC

One soldier was killed and another injured on Saturday in an ongoing operation against separatist guerrillas by the security forces in Kashmir. #India #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Army #Line of Control #Kupwara #encounter #militants #jawan #LoC #Soldier
Within hours of flag meeting Pak violates ceasefire again

Aug 28, 2014

Within hours of flag meeting Pak violates ceasefire again

Pakistan rangers fired small arms and machine guns at three Border Security Force (BSF) posts in Pargwal sector of Jammu violating ceasefire. #Jammu and Kashmir #Pakistan #NewsTracker #J&K #Line of Control #BSF #Jammu #Pakistani troops #Ceasefire violation #International Border #LoC #flag meeting
Firing by Pakistan along border worst since 1971 war BSF

Aug 26, 2014

Firing by Pakistan along border worst since 1971 war BSF

BSF said that it was for the first time after the 1971 war that Pakistan troops were firing at Indian posts on such a massive scale. #Pakistan #border #Army #Border Security Force #Line of Control #BSF #firing #LoC #1971 war #ceasefire violations #TheySaidIt. India
UN chief asks India, Pakistan to resolve issues through peaceful dialogue

Oct 01, 2014

Jobs boost for Limerick

A Canadian firm plans to create 140 jobs in Limerick as part of its expansion in to Europe. Optel Vision, which specialises in Track&Trace and vision inspection solutions for the manufacturing industries, is opening an EMEA manufacturing and oper... #Europe #North America #Quebec #Richard Bruton (politician)
UN chief asks India, Pakistan to resolve issues through peaceful dialogue

Sep 30, 2014

NAMA boss now hints at future development role for agency

IRELAND'S 'bad debt' agency, NAMA, could play an important future development role rather than simply being wound-up once it has cleared the €16.5bn in losses created by the Celtic Tiger property crash. NAMA boss Frank Daly has strongly hinted that t... #Europe #North America #Quebec #Richard Bruton (politician)
UN chief asks India, Pakistan to resolve issues through peaceful dialogue

Oct 01, 2014

140 jobs at engineering centre

Some 140 jobs are to created by a Canadian company which specialises in designing manufacturing solutions for production lines. Optel Vision is to set up a new operations centre at Raheen business park in Limerick including its first engineering plan... #North America #Richard Bruton (politician)