Rajnath Singh says Balakot airstrikes sent out clear message on terrorism, infrastructure 'across the border' won't be safe haven for terrorists
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the Balakot airstrikes had sent out a clear message that infrastructure across the border could not be used as safe havens for terrorists.
Uri: The Surgical Strike movie review — Vicky Kaushal delivers top-notch performance in potent war drama
As far as war dramas go, Uri: The Surgical Strike is a confidently made film that comes out guns blazing.
Uri teaser: Vicky Kaushal leads Indian army's surgical strikes in response to 2016 terror attack in Kashmir
Vicky Kaushal plays the commander-in-chief who led a group of paratroopers in the surgical strikes following Uri terror attacks
Uri is a film based on the Indian army's surgical strikes in Pakistan occupied Kashmir which were a consequence of the attacks in Uri on 29 September, 2016.
Vicky Kaushal on Friday started shooting for his upcoming film Uri. The actor took to Twitter in order to share an update about his next project.
LoC infiltration bid averted: After foiling LeT suicide squad, army wary of more Uri-style attacks in Kashmir
At around midnight on Friday, a group of militants had cut a hole in the 550-kilometre fence lining a section of the 740-kilometre Line of Control, and entered Kashmir
Attacks against Indian Army: Government yet to release funds for security upgrade at defence establishments
As attacks on Indian Army establishments continue with the latest being in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir, the government is yet to release vital funds for upgrading security at defence establishments as suggested by a committee that was formed following last year's attack on the Pathankot air base, informed sources said.
Soldiers beheaded at LoC: Pakistan cannot be allowed to blackmail India, test its red lines to buy peace
The Pakistan army has slipped into habitual denial but unless the Indian soldiers at the LoC decapitated themselves, the denial is meaningless. Details of the act and overwhelming evidence point to Pakistan army's collusion and even active involvement.
The situation in Kashmir, which was already not the ideal ever since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in July last year, might start deteriorating even further.
Akshay Kumar's Jolly LLB 2, Shah Rukh Khan's Raees and Anushka Sharma-Ranbir Kapoor-Aishwarya Rai starrer Ae Dil Hai Mushkil to follow suit
The most important story of 2016 was Fawad Khan and the Pakistani artistes ban.
The combing operations are yet to conclude, however, media reports are citing evidence to suggest several similarities between the Nagrota attacks and Uri attacks.
The attack on an army unit in Nagrota is a harsh reminder that militants continues to operate at will negating the theory that surgical strikes launched by India in late September will have a deterring effect on militant groups operating out of Pakistan.
Narendra Modi-John Key joint statement: India stresses on Pakistan-sponsored terror, New Zealand vows support
Modi "forcefully" conveyed India's concerns over cross-border terrorism and last month's Uri attack which was carried out by Pakistan-based terrorists killing 19 Army soldiers.
A BSF jawan was killed while three others were injured on Monday as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire, resorting to heavy shelling and firing from automatic weapons in several sectors along the International Border in Jammu district.
All that commotion about the Karan Johar film being released under police protection and Fawad Khan being drummed out of India and Bollywood splitting itself into for and against camps becomes a farce if we adopt double standards.
All over India, 21 October is commemorated as Police Commemoration Day
If the government has ensured protection and multiplexes are ready to screen his Diwali release, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, why is Karan Johar so perturbed?
Lata Mangeshkar or Ghulam Ali, Shah Rukh or Fawad Khan — they are the bridge that draws India and Pakistan close, even as the conflict over terrorism and Kashmir tears us apart. But we may be far from it right now.
After COEAI decided to not screen films with Pakistani artistes or technicians in India, prominent members of the industry have opposing points to the decision and ban.