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BSF detects tunnel, sandbags with 'Pakistani markings' along international border in Jammu
India

BSF detects tunnel, sandbags with 'Pakistani markings' along international border in Jammu

The paramilitary force is analysing the structure and has launched a major search operation in Samba sector to look for other such hidden structures that aid infiltration, said officials

Border Security Force guns down intruder along India-Pakistan border in Rajasthan’s Barmer
India

Border Security Force guns down intruder along India-Pakistan border in Rajasthan’s Barmer

In the first infiltration attempt made during night in the area, the BSF saw ‘torch light flashes and heard shouting from the Pakistan side’

BSF orders inquiry after jawan weighing 160 kg dies during fitness course in Jodhpur
India

BSF orders inquiry after jawan weighing 160 kg dies during fitness course in Jodhpur

BSF had ordered that personnel weighing over 105 kg be posted out to hard areas. There are about two dozen such personnel in this category.

Teen, parents killed as Pakistan shells forward areas along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch
India

Teen, parents killed as Pakistan shells forward areas along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch

Indian Army officials said that a shell landed on the family's house in Karmara in Golpur Sector, killing Mohd Rafiq (58), his wife Rafia Bi (50) and son Irfan (15)

Pakistan resorts to heavy shelling along LoC in Poonch; 15th consecutive day of cross-border firing in Jammu and Kashmir
India

Pakistan resorts to heavy shelling along LoC in Poonch; 15th consecutive day of cross-border firing in Jammu and Kashmir

Pakistan Army resorted to intense shelling on forward posts and villages along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir

Pakistani national held for illegally entering Gujarat's Kutch; accused will be handed over to local police after preliminary questioning, says BSF official
India

Pakistani national held for illegally entering Gujarat's Kutch; accused will be handed over to local police after preliminary questioning, says BSF official

After production in court, he will be shifted to the Joint Interrogation Centre in Bhuj for detailed questioning by different security agencies

Pakistan Army will teach New Delhi a 'hard lesson' in case of any misadventure says Imran Khan in fresh anti-India rhetoric
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Pakistan Army will teach New Delhi a 'hard lesson' in case of any misadventure says Imran Khan in fresh anti-India rhetoric

Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that his country's battle-hardened army will teach India a "hard lesson" in case of "any misadventure"

NIA to probe cases of drones smuggling arms into India; Punjab CM Amrinder Singh blames Pakistan for such incidents
India

NIA to probe cases of drones smuggling arms into India; Punjab CM Amrinder Singh blames Pakistan for such incidents

Expressing concerns over the incident, Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh had urged Home minister, Amit Shah

Centre building bunkers along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri for safety of locals, authorities confirm construction of 1,892 structures
India

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.

Kartarpur corridor talks: India-Pakistan officials to meet at Wagah-Attari border today; infrastructure and safety among key agendas
World

Kartarpur corridor talks: India-Pakistan officials to meet at Wagah-Attari border today; infrastructure and safety among key agendas

New Delhi is looking forward to the upcoming talks with Islamabad and will take up a number of key issues, including infrastructure, pilgrims' movement, and safety, government sources had said on Friday.

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking: India among major hubs for illegal trading of narcotics
India

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking: India among major hubs for illegal trading of narcotics

Over the last couple of decades, drug consumption has become one of the gravest problems affecting the children and youth of the country.

The Borderlands: Travels through the North-Western frontier, in search of human stories
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The Borderlands: Travels through the North-Western frontier, in search of human stories

Borderlands, an upcoming documentary film by Samarth Mahajan, attempts to tell stories from the areas which line India's frontiers — stories which are left out of the mainstream narrative, or presented largely through the lens of the army, war or nationalism. In this series, Firstpost follows Mahajan and his team as they travel across India, presenting snippets from people's lives. In Part 1, stories from the North-Western frontier.

IAF Sukhoi-30 fighter jets push drone spotted along India-Pakistan border back into neighbouring country
India

IAF Sukhoi-30 fighter jets push drone spotted along India-Pakistan border back into neighbouring country

The Indian Air Force scrambled two Sukhoi-30 fighter jets after sighting a Pakistani drone along the Indo-Pak border in Punjab, official sources said

Man suspected to be Pakistan spy detained near International Border in Rajasthan; interrogation in progress
India

Man suspected to be Pakistan spy detained near International Border in Rajasthan; interrogation in progress

A man has been detained on suspicion of espionage activities near the International Border between India and Pakistan in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district, a top official said

Pakistan releases Indian national who mistakenly crossed border from Jammu and Kashmir seven years ago
India

Pakistan releases Indian national who mistakenly crossed border from Jammu and Kashmir seven years ago

An Indian national, who mistakenly crossed into Pakistan nearly seven years ago, has been handed over to the Border Security Force on Monday

Ailing Pakistani prisoner dies in hospital; 66-year-old was arrested in Kutch after illegally crossing border for fishing
India

Ailing Pakistani prisoner dies in hospital; 66-year-old was arrested in Kutch after illegally crossing border for fishing

An ailing Pakistani prisoner, Mohammad Anin Chaudhary from Karachi, died at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital during treatment, said police

Rajnath Singh to inaugurate BOLD-QIT under CIBMS on India-Bangladesh border: All you need to know about project
India

Rajnath Singh to inaugurate BOLD-QIT under CIBMS on India-Bangladesh border: All you need to know about project

The CIBMS system, which Rajnath had first come across during his visit to Israel, enables round-the-clock surveillance on border and under different weather conditions.

No reports of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along LoC since Saturday night, say officials; army on high alert
India

No reports of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along LoC since Saturday night, say officials; army on high alert

There were no reports of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch and Rajouri districts since Saturday night

'Fear is thick in the air': J&K border residents dread prospect of India-Pakistan conflict, rue lack of safety measures
India

'Fear is thick in the air': J&K border residents dread prospect of India-Pakistan conflict, rue lack of safety measures

“The idea of losing my family to war terrifies me every day. I don’t know from which side a shell could hit our house," a border resident in Jammu and Kashmir said.

Daily Retreat ceremony along Attari-Wagah border cancelled in view of IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman’s release
India

Daily Retreat ceremony along Attari-Wagah border cancelled in view of IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman’s release

The daily Retreat ceremony held at the Attari-Wagah border front was cancelled for Friday Abhinandan Varthaman's release, the BSF said.