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Search operation in south Kashmir’s Shopian district called off

Search operation in south Kashmir’s Shopian district called off

Faced with a stone-pelting mob, security forces called off a cordon and search operation they had launched in south Kashmir’s Shopian district today, after failing to locate any militants or their hide-outs.

BSF begins operation ‘Garam Hawa’ along international border in Rajasthan

BSF begins operation ‘Garam Hawa’ along international border in Rajasthan

The BSF has started operation ‘Garam Hawa’ in the western sector in Rajasthan, under which vigil along the international border with Pakistan has been stepped up.

‘India’s longing for great power status a challenge for China’

‘India’s longing for great power status a challenge for China’

Sino-Indian relations are likely to remain complicated as India’s “longing” for great power status will be a challenge for China, a state-run daily said today.

Arun Jaitley in Kashmir, asks Army to give befitting reply to misadventure from across

Arun Jaitley in Kashmir, asks Army to give befitting reply to misadventure from across

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today asked the Army to remain prepared to give a befitting reply to any misadventure from across the border, days after two security personnel were beheaded by the Pakistani Army after crossing the Line of Control (LoC).

India-Australia to sign pact on terror cooperation

India-Australia to sign pact on terror cooperation

India and Australia will soon sign a pact on cooperation in combating international terrorism and transnational organised crime as the government gave its nod to it today.

Sri Lanka backs India’s concern over Kashmir in China’s OBOR project

Sri Lanka backs India’s concern over Kashmir in China’s OBOR project

Sri Lanka, which attended the just concluded Belt and Road Forum here, has backed India’s concern over the Kashmir issue, saying it is difficult for New Delhi to accept the USD 50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as it goes through the “heart of Indian interests”.

Hizbul Mujahideen distances itself from Moosa’s statement, signals rift

Hizbul Mujahideen distances itself from Moosa’s statement, signals rift

The Hizbul Mujahideen today distanced itself from the statement of its commander Zakir Moosa against the separatist leadership, signalling a rift in the militant outfit which has been fighting for Jammu and Kashmir’s annexation to Pakistan since 1989.

Sri Lankan Airlines to start Visakhapatnam-Colombo flights from July 8

Sri Lankan Airlines to start Visakhapatnam-Colombo flights from July 8

Sri Lankan Airlines will operate direct flights from Visakhapatnam to Colombo, four days a week, from July 8.

US blames Pakistan for deteriorating Indo-Pak ties

US blames Pakistan for deteriorating Indo-Pak ties

The Trump administration today blamed Pakistan for deteriorating Indo-Pak relations and warned that the ties might worsen further if another “high- profile” terrorist attack emanates from across the border this year.

Have faith in forces, nation’s honour won’t be harmed: Rajnath Singh

Have faith in forces, nation’s honour won’t be harmed: Rajnath Singh

The countrymen should trust the armed forces which have shown their capability by carying out the surgical strike against terrorists, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.