Indian Army spokesman Lt Col Devender Anand said two soldiers were killed in the southern Rajouri district on Friday while an officer was killed in neighbouring Poonch district late Thursday
India carrying out 'pinpoint strikes' on terror launchpads inside Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir: Govt sources
The sources said intelligence-based targeted strikes are being conducted by the Indian Army to neutralise mostly Pakistani and foreign terrorists, and the collateral damage has been very negligible in these operations
Army officer killed in gunfight with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, two civilians injured in Pakistan firing along LoC
An Army officer was killed in a gunfight with terrorists who had sneaked into Indian territory in Jammu and Kashmir taking the cover of firing from the Pakistani side in Rajouri
Centre building bunkers along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri for safety of locals, authorities confirm construction of 1,892 structures
In order to ensure the safety and security of people living in villages close to the India-Pakistan border, community bunkers are being constructed. These bunkers are being constructed in Rajouri's Nowshera, Panjgrain and Manjakote.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Ignoring calls to boycott polls, residents of Kashmir's Uri line up to cast their votes
While the recent elections in Kashmir have been marred by violence or low voter turnout, Uri in the poll-bound north Kashmir's Baramulla constituency saw long queues of voters exercising their franchise
Five-year-old, BSF sub-inspector killed in shelling along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch; 14, including 9 civilians, injured
A five-year-old girl and a BSF sub-inspector were killed on Monday as Pakistan Army resorted to mortar shelling and firing of small arms on villages and army posts while 14 others were injured in the cross-border firing
As renewed India-Pakistan cross-border firing rages on, locals living near LoC fear for their safety
Officials said that there are around 32,000 people who come in the range of mortar and small arms fire along the LoC in Kashmir's Uri
China on Thursday welcomed India and Pakistan's decision to observe the 2003 ceasefire agreement to stop cross-border firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and expressed hope that the two countries will properly resolve their differences.
Pakistani troops targeted border outposts and villages with mortar shells and small arms in Jammu district on Monday, killing an eight-month-old boy.
Cross-border skirmish in Jammu kills 5: Civilians living along LoC face constant threat to life as India-Pakistan ties deteriorate
The recent skirmish in Jammu between soldiers of India and Pakistan left four civilians and a BSF constable dead on the Indian side and nine others wounded.
13 militants killed in Kashmir this week, but has it put brakes on violence in Valley? Forces say no
At least 30 youngsters in Kashmir have joined militant groups in the first three months of 2018, top police sources told Firstpost. Last year, around 124 youths had joined insurgent groups.
Funds spent by the Jammu and Kashmir government in paying compensation to victims of cross-border firing will be reimbursed by the Centre, Union minister Jitendra Singh said on Monday.
Panicky villagers along LoC in Kashmir's Uri flee homes amid heavy shelling; Pakistan Army tells locals to leave
Non-stop firing and shelling by Pakistani forces has forced over 3,000 villagers along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector to flee their homes causing biggest displacement in 30 years in the area
India wanted peaceful relations with Pakistan, but if one bullet come from across border, countless bullets will be fired to retaliate, Rajnath Singh said
Villagers living near Jammu and Kashmir border, LoC face death and destruction as escalation reaches three-year high
Sandwiched between the armies of India and Pakistan, villages like Jora Farm in Jammu and Kashmir, live on the edge and at the mercy of the soldiers
As cross-border shelling and firing intensifies along India-Pakistan border, Bera village in Jammu bears the brunt
When Pakistani shells started landing in Bera village in Jammu, residents, comprising mostly of elderly, women and children, escaped in droves. A few male members stayed back to watch over the houses and livestock in the village located along the International Border in Jammu but they lived under constant threat of life.
Over 14,000 community and individual bunkers would be constructed along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) for border residents facing Pakistani shelling in Jammu division, officials said
Pakistan releases 68 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters, say officials
Pakistan on Sunday released 68 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters, officials said
The Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday unearthed a 14-feet long tunnel, which was being dug from the Pakistani side along the international border and recovered "war-like" store in Arnia sector here, officials said.