RSS trolls would've reacted differently if Davinder Singh was a Khan, says Congress' Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury; demands 'fresh look' into Pulwama incident
Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Tuesday said had police officer Davinder Singh been 'Davinder Khan', the reaction of the 'troll regiment of the RSS' would have been different
Pakistan dubs army chief Manoj Mukund Naravane comment on ‘India’s right to pre-emptive strikes’, irresponsible; says don't forget response to 'Balakot misadventure'
Pakistan on Wednesday rejected India's new Army chief's statement that New Delhi reserves the right to 'preemptively strike' across the Line of Control (LoC), terming the remarks as 'irresponsible'
Indian Army was ready to hit Pakistan if ammunition dump had been attacked in 27 Feb aerial combat, say sources
On 26 February, India carried out an aerial strike on a terrorist training camp of the Jaish-e Mohammad terror group in Pakistan's Balakot.
Yasin Malik-led JKLF a 'unlawful association', rules Delhi HC tribunal, says 'sufficient, credible' material for Centre's action against group
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front or JKLF-Y, headed by Yasin Malik, was declared an "unlawful association" by an Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Tribunal in the now-Union Territory, the Centre said on Wednesday.
Pakistan denies Ram Nath Kovind’s request to use its airspace for Iceland visit in view of tensions over Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan has refused a request by India to allow President Ram Nath Kovind to use its airspace for his flight to Iceland, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Saturday
Cash-strapped Pakistan forced to rein in Kashmir-bound jihadists as looming FATF blacklisting will further ravage economy
Pakistan now has to keep a check on Kashmir-bound terror groups like JeM and LeT, whose actions can result in Islamabad’s blacklisting by the FATF, which could result in global sanctions that could further exacerbate the state’s economic crisis.
Twitter takes a dig at Vivek Oberoi for announcing film on Balakot air strikes; call it 'toughest time in Abhinandan's life'
After playing the role of Narendra Modi in the prime minister's biopic, Vivek Oberoi is all set to make a film on Balakot airstrike.
After PM Narendra Modi, Vivek Oberoi to make film on IAF's Balakot air strikes; project to roll by 2019 end
Vivek Oberoi is all set to make a film on the Balakot air strikes, which will also include events such as release of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman to receive Vir Chakra on Independence Day; Yudh Seva Medal for Minty Agarwal
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, an Indian Air Force (IAF) officer, is to be awarded the Vir Chakra for shooting down a Pakistani F-16 during a dogfight over the Line of Control (LoC) on 27 February
Samjhauta, Thar Express will not resume till I am in charge, says Pakistan railway minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad
Pakistan railway minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has rejected India's request to review the decision of closing down the operations of the Samjhauta and Thar Express trains
Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations chief posts doctored video of retired IAF officer; gets mocked on Twitter
Ghafoor shared a video of Keelor on his Twitter account, claiming that he was talking about the 'Indian failure' during the dogfight between the IAF and the Pakistan Air Force.
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat claimed to knowthe truth about the Pulwama attack. 'Our intelligence agencies had given ample proof of what had happened in Pulwama and that is all I would like to say', he said. This came after Pakistan Prime Minister said that the Pulwama terror attack, was an 'indigenous' incident.
Will not tolerate separatism, terrorism, says Amit Shah, blames Nehru for Kashmir problem; RS clears J&K reservation bill
Vowing to give a befitting reply to any attempt to break the country, Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said separatist movement and terrorism will not be tolerated in Jammu and Kashmir and asserted that India wants peace, but not with those who do not respect its borders
Centre rejects claim of intel failure in Pulwama attack, says all agencies working in coordinated manner
On being asked whether the reasons of Pulwama terror attack was a failure of intelligence, Reddy in Lok Sabha replied, "Jammu and Kashmir are affected by terrorism sponsored and supported from across the border for the last three decades."
J&K governor upbeat, but talks with Hurriyat unlikely due to Pakistan meddling, BJP's caveat and separatists' house arrests
The Pakistani connection to separatist leaders in Jammu and Kashmir rules out the possibility of a dialogue with the Hurriyat or any other group in the near future and also raises the question of whether the olive branch is a ploy or a mark of serious intent to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
'Pakistani planes didn't cross LoC during dogfight': IAF chief BS Dhanoa says purpose of Balakot airstrike was to 'show resolve, capability’
Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa on Monday said that Pakistan closing its airspace was a problem for them and the IAF never stopped the civil air traffic in the country. Pakistan extended the ban on its airspace for all Indian flights till 28 June. The country had fully shut its airspace on the eastern border with India after the IAF carried out aerial airstrikes on a JeM terror camp in Balakot on 26 February.
High alert in Kashmir over possible IED attacks; officials express concern over increasing recruitment of youth by militants
Government forces sounded a high alert in Kashmir after intelligence inputs warned of possible IED attacks amid a surge in incidents of militancy. The warning has come right before the annual Amarnath Yatra is set to begin in the state.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: An interactive look at history of India vs Pakistan clashes in tournament
Here's an interactive look at all the matches played so far between India and Pakistan in 50-over World Cups, starting from first match in 1992 edition to the last match at Adelaide in 2015
'Betrayed' by Pakistan, jihadists seek alliances in Kashmir, Afghanistan; recent audio eulogising Zakir Musa highlights global links of militancy
Feeble frictions began emerging on the ground since Adil Mir took control of the jihad in Kashmir in the year 2010.
Last month, during Ramzan, Kashmir witnessed 13 gunfights, which left 28 militants dead. The forces credit the non-implementation of NICO (non-initiation of combat operations) for their major combat success