Free Press Journal
  • India, Pakistan NSAs talk, but border tense

    Sartaj Aziz, Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, said Pakistan’s NSA Nasser Janjua and his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval talked to defuse the tension that has gripped the border and the LoC.

  • Search operation called off at Baramulla, militants escape

    Srinagar: The over six-hour long search operation against militants was called off on Monday morning as the security forces said the attackers had failed to breach the security parameters of the army camp in north Kashmir’s Baramulla town.

  • 1 BSF jawan killed in terror attack on army, BSF camps in Baramulla

    Srinagar: One BSF jawan was killed while another injured when terrorists tonight carried out a ‘fidayeen’ (suicide) attack on a BSF and adjoining army camps in Baramulla, barely four days after the Indian Special Forces smashed seven terror launch pads during a surgical strike across the Line of Control (LoC).

  • Stone throwing, anti-India slogans spoil Wagah border ceremony

    Amritsar : A stone was thrown during the otherwise low-key Retreat ceremony on Sunday evening at the Attari-Wagah joint checkpost, about 30 km from here, Border Security Force sources said. No one was injured in the incident.

  • Loc strike could alter UP poll dynamics

    Strategists of almost all parties admit in private that things would alter big time for Modi baiters and fans. While the BJP-led NDA government would continue to be subject to criticism, the angle of ‘ridicule’ would be put behind for sure. (more…)

  • Pak not getting support at UN over LoC strikes: India

    United Nations : India has said Pakistan approaching the UN over the issue of surgical strikes in PoK has not found any resonance in the world body and rejected claims that the UN mission monitoring ceasefire “has not directly observed” any firing along the LoC, reports PTI.

  • India’s claim on strikes false: Pak to UN chief

    United Nations : Pakistan has told UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that India’s claim of carrying out a surgical strike across the LoC was false and insisted that the responsibility for the “escalating crisis rests entirely on India“.
    In her meeting with the UN chief, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi told Ban that Pakistan has exercised maximum restraint but would respond forcefully to any acts of aggression and provocation. 

  • Pak still in anaesthesia after surgery: Parrikar

    Dehradun : In his first remarks after the cross LoC anti-terror strike, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday compared Pakistan’s condition to an “anaesthetised patient” after a surgery and said like Hanuman Indian Army has recognised its prowess. “Pakistan’s condition after the surgical strikes is like that of an anaesthetised patient after a surgery who doesn’t know that the surgery has already been performed on him. Even two days after the surgical strikes,

  • Salim Khan should put Salman under house arrest: Sanjay Raut

    Mumbai: Veteran scriptwriter Salim Khan should keep his son Salman Khan under house arrest, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said on Saturday, adding that the Bollywood superstar “blabbers” because no one in his family has ever died for the country.

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    Mumbai: Abu Azmi backs Salman Khan, says Shiv Sena indulging in ‘theatrics’

    Mumbai: Extending support to Bollywood actor Salman Khan for his remarks on Pakistan artists, Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi criticised Shiv Sena on Saturday for its ‘frivolous theatrics’, and said if the party is really bothered about national security, territorial integrity and sovereignty, it should talk with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Adnan Sami praises Indian Army, gets flak from ‘outraged’ Pakistanis

    New Delhi: Singer Adnan Sami, who is of Pakistani origin but is now an Indian citizen, has hailed the Indian Army for conducting surgical strikes on terror camps across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. On being trolled on Twitter by Pakistanis, he said their outburst clearly means they fail to distinguish between “terrorist and Pakistan”.

  • It’s high time we need to respond terrorism: John Abraham

    Mumbai: Looks like John Abraham too has given a thumbs-up to the Indian Army’s successful surgical attack in the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday across the Line of Control (LOC) to neutralize terrorists from crossing over into India.

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    Strong message sent to Pak on terror: Sonia Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi today said a “strong message” has been sent with the surgical strikes by Army against terror bases across the Line of Control (LoC) and insisted that Pakistan bears a “great responsibility” in the continuing cross-border attacks in India.