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Apr 02, 2019
Five-year-old, BSF sub-inspector killed in shelling along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch; 14, including 9 civilians, injuredA 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
Mar 27, 2019
'Where is the promised land?': Border residents in J&K bearing brunt of ceasefire violations unhappy with CentreIt has become a sad way of life for border town residents, who are forced to leave their homes and cattle when the two rival countries exchange fire.
Mar 06, 2019
Border Security Force apprehends 50-year-old Pakistani national in Gujarat's Rann of KutchThe BSF guards the Rann of Kutch area that forms part of the India-Pakistan International Border
Mar 05, 2019
Amid anti-Pakistan hysteria, pollsters believe Opposition scoring self-goal by questioning Modi on IAF air strikesC-Voter has not published any poll after the military strike, but its founder said Modi’s approval rating has soared to levels not seen since mid-2017, according to C-Voter’s estimates
Mar 04, 2019
In Balakot air strike, BJP has found electoral agenda to slam Opposition, reconnect voters with Brand ModiBy questioning the Balakot air strike, Opposition leaders helped the BJP in giving a nationalist and pro-forces twist to the February crisis between India and Pakistan
Feb 28, 2019
Schools in Jammu and Kashmir within 5 km of International Border and LoC to be closed today, exams rescheduledAll government and private schools within a range of 5 kilometers from the International Border will remain closed on Thursday in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba district as per orders of the District Development Commissioner of Samba.
Feb 26, 2019
IAF strikes JeM camp: Jammu and Kashmir border residents appeal for peace, say war no solution to India-Pakistan conflictResidents living along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir have appealed for dialogue between India and Pakistan fearing an escalation of the situation between the neighbouring countries after IAF aircrafts struck JeM camp in Pakistan
Feb 21, 2019
Pakistan resorts to shelling, firing along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch; violates ceasefire for third consecutive dayThe year 2018 had witnessed the highest number of ceasefire violations - 2,936 - by Pakistani troops in the last 15 years along the India-Pakistan border.
Feb 06, 2019
Migration in Uttarakhand: 25% of villages without access to roads; residents lament lack of govt accountability, forced to abandon stateAccording to government data, 34,000 kilometres of road has been laid in Uttarakhand over the past 18 years, but only 24,000 kilometres is concretised.
Feb 05, 2019
Migration in Uttarakhand: As crisis plagues hill state, govt survey finds 50% villagers left gram panchayats in search of jobs"We might as well have not separated from Uttar Pradesh if this was going to be the state of affairs" — this is the common train of thought that villagers in Uttarakhand have been voicing. Reason: the 40-year-old problem of mass migration that continues to hold the hilly region in its grip.