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India will not hesitate to cross border if terrorists target country from outside: Defence minister Rajnath Singh
Singh also said that the eastern border of the country was currently experiencing more peace and stability compared to the western frontier, with Bangladesh being a friendly neighbour
Inspector-General of Police, Kashmir zone, Vijay Kumar said the slain men belong to Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and included a Pakistani national.
India slams OHCHR, says it 'betrays' lack of understanding of security challenges due to cross-border terrorism
The United Nations had recently expressed concern over the arrest of Khurram Parvez by the National Investigation Agency on 22 November
Targeted killings of innocent people in J&K highlight raises concern about cross-border terrorism from Pakistan, says India
As many as seven civilians have been killed by militants in Kashmir Valley in the last five days including a principal, teacher and a Kashmiri Pandit pharmacy owner
At SCO meet, Venkaiah Naidu says terrorism, particularly cross-border, biggest challenge faced by region
The vice-president called upon SCO member-states to enforce internationally-recognised legal statutes to eradicate safe havens, infrastructure and financial networks supporting terrorism
In new memoir, Barack Obama describes modern-day India as success story 'despite bitter feuds within political parties'
The former US president writes that the transition to a more market-based economy in the 1990s unleashed the extraordinary entrepreneurial talents of Indians
India tackled border dispute with China with 'firmness and maturity' amid COVID-19 crisis, says foreign secy
Speaking at a leading think-tank in Paris, Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Thursday condemned the recent terror attacks in France, including the one in Nice
At an event commemorating slain India soldiers, Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan to stop promoting terrorism, says country will ‘break into pieces’ otherwise
Pakistan should stop promoting terrorism, otherwise no one will be able to prevent it from 'breaking into pieces', Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday.
Indian-Americans urge Donald Trump administration to ‘fully support’ abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir
The Indian-American community in the US has urged the Trump administration to "fully support" India's decision to revoke the constitutional provision that accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
India wants normal relations with its neighbour, but Pakistan fails to create ‘terror and hostility' free atmosphere, says MEA
India wants normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan but it failed to create an atmosphere free from terror, the government said. MEA said government has consistently raised the issue of cross border terrorism and placed a high emphasis on international cooperation in combating it.
UN report claims that India, Pakistan failed to improve situation in Kashmir, MEA terms it 'false and motivated narrative'
The UN claimed on Monday that India and Pakistan have failed to improve the situation in Kashmir and have not taken any concrete steps to address the concerns raised in an earlier report.
Amit Shah in Jharkhand: BJP chief reiterates BJP's ‘decisiveness' against terror, says Manmohan Singh kept ‘silent’ after cross-border violence
BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday slammed the UPA government, alleging that former prime minister Manmohan Singh kept 'silent' when terrorists from Pakistan beheaded Indian soldiers.
India and the United States on Tuesday called for Pakistan to address global concerns regarding terrorism, including that emanating from across the border.
SAARC is dead in water; Pakistan's 'invitation' to India is simple posturing for a smooth IMF bailout
It’s in Pakistan’s interest to make a show of ending hostilities with India. The IMF is certainly not going to hand out another tranche of assistance, without making sure it doesn’t go into wasteful expenditure like tilting against Indian windmills.
Sunderbani militant attack: India summons senior Pakistan High Commission official, lodges strong protest
India alleged that Pakistan is still aiding and abetting terrorism and it reveals the recent attack on Indian soldiers by Pakistani terrorists in Jammu region while they were trying to infiltrate into Indian side.
Nirmala Sitharaman hits out at Pakistan, says terror infrastructure in neighbourhood 'testing India's patience'
Nirmala Sitharaman said areas of continued violence and instability in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, as well as parts of West Asia and Africa, have functioned as incubators of virulent manifestations of terrorism.
Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan claims win with vows to strengthen US ties; run country like 'never before'
Former cricket star Imran Khan declared victory Thursday in Pakistan's parliamentary election and vowed to run the country "as it has never before been run" by fighting corruption, seeking regional cooperation and forging a new relationship with the U.S. that was not "one-sided."
Pakistan election results 2018: Imran Khan's 22-year struggle in politics gets high praise from long time friend and cricket great Javed Miandad
By the force of his skills and personality, the charismatic Imran Khan endured in the toughest job in Pakistan for a decade. As captain of the national cricket team. On Thursday, Khan's party took a commanding lead in the Pakistan general election and he was set to become the first international cricketer in the world to be elected as a country's prime minister, considered the second toughest job in Pakistan.
Venkaiah Naidu cautions against glorification of Afzal Guru, Yakub Memon; calls it attempt to disintegrate country
Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu cautioned against alleged glorification of Afzal Guru and Yakub Memon saying such acts would not be tolerated
India, Pakistan National Security Advisors spoke over the hotline on Thursday where India made it clear that terror and talks cannot go together but talks on terror can definitely go ahead, MEA said.