Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday summoned India’s acting Deputy High Commissioner to protest the “unprovoked ceasefire violations” across the Line of Control by the Indian forces that resulted in the death of a Pakistani villager.

  • Pakistan, India agree to implement ceasefire understanding of 2003

    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir): The Director General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan on Tuesday spoke to each other on the issue of ceasefire violations and terrorist activities among other issues and have agreed to fully implement the ceasefire understanding of 2003, to ensure that ceasefire will not be violated by both sides.

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    Pakistan, India DGMOs agree on no ceasefire violations in hotline contact: Army

    Islamabad: Pakistan and Indian Director Generals of Military Operations (DGMO) today agreed to undertake “sincere measures” to improve the prevailing security situation on the Line of Control. A special hotline contact was established between the two top military officials today, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pakistan Army, said in a statement.

  • 351 ceasefire violations by Pakistan since January 1

    New Delhi: Pakistan has violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir as many as 351 times since January 1 this year, the government said on Monday. Of these, 209 cases occurred in January while 142 instances were noted since February 21, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre told the Rajya Sabha in a written reply.

  • Pakistan doesn’t want India to have a peaceful atmosphere: BSF

    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir): In the wake of the continuous ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir, the Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday said that Pakistan restores to incessant firing across the border because they don’t want India to have a peaceful atmosphere.

  • We retaliate to Pakistan’s frequent ceasefire violation effectively: Gen. Bipin Rawat

    New Delhi: Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat on Monday said the ceasefire violations by Pakistan are frequent but the Indian Army retaliates to it effectively. “Ceasefire violations by Pakistan happen frequently, to which we respond effectively. We will take even stronger steps against our enemies if we are compelled to do so,” General Bipin Rawat said, while addressing the army officials on the occasion of 70th Army Day.

  • Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ‘ceasefire violations’

    Islamabad: Pakistan today summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh over the alleged “ceasefire violations” by Indian troops along the Line of Control which resulted in the death of an elderly woman.

  • Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ‘ceasefire violations’

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh over alleged ceasefire violations by Indian forces along the Line of Control in which two civilians were reportedly killed.

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    Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad J.P. Singh, a day after two civilians were killed in a ceasefire violation allegedly by Indian forces on the Line of Control.

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    Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad J.P. Singh, a day after a woman was killed in cross-border firing between Indian and Pakistani troops.

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    Pakistan accuses India of committing 542 ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan today accused India of committing 542 ceasefire violations so far in 2017 resulting in the death of 18 people and said the “belligerent attitude” of its neighbour is a threat to regional peace and security.

  • 2 jawans killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire again

    Srinagar: Two soldiers were killed after Pakistan violated ceasefire in Kupwara sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday afternoon. Identities of the brave hearts who gave up their lives are yet to be confirmed. In another incident, three Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists were killed by security forces near Budgam district of the state on Tuesday night.

  • Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Saturday summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad over fresh ceasefire violations on the Line of Control, that it said have killed two Pakistani civilians and injured three others.

  • PM, 3 chiefs review security

    New Delhi: Amid continuing Pakistani shelling along the border in Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reviewed the security situation with Chiefs of Army, Navy and Vice Chief of Air Force here. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval was also present at the meeting, officials said. During the meeting, the Prime Minister is understood to have taken stock of the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and  International Border where Pakistan