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  • Leopard urine helped troops to keep dogs away during surgical strikes across LOC

    Pune: The Indian soldiers who carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) in September, 2016 used an unusual weapon apart from firepower: leopard urine and feces. Apparently, it kept away the village dogs that could otherwise have given away the soldiers’ movement in the darkness.

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    Vicky Kaushal injures his arm while shooting for ‘Uri’ in Serbia

    After giving a super-hit Sanju, Vicky Kaushal, started shooting for his next which is Ronnie Screwvala’s Uri based on the Indian Army’s surgical strike following the attacks on Uri on September 29, 2016, while shooting Kaushal injured his right arm during an action sequence.

  • Surgical Strikes video: Farzical strikes comment proven wrong

    Is it a case of partisanship gone amuck? We do not know. But what we do know is that it sounds most unedifying on ears that the Opposition and other critics of the government should continue to question, nay, ridicule the official claim about surgical strikes carried out by the armed forces against targets well inside the territory held by Pakistan. Why extend the political partisanship to such an extent that it

  • Surgical Strikes Videos: Watch how Indian Army destroyed terror camps

    Almost two years later, the surgical strikes which were carried out under the aegis of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), spearheaded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is making headlines again. The reason for the surgical strikes, which were carried in the intervening night of September 28 and 29, 2016, are in headlines again as video footage of the operation was broadcast by several news channels on Wednesday (27 June).

  • Pakistan warns India against surgical strikes on its soil

    Washington: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif today warned India against carrying out surgical strike or targeting its nuclear installations, saying if that happens nobody should expect restraint from his country.

  • Is Lalu Prasad Yadav responsible for the break up of ‘Mahagathbandhan’?

    The Mahagathbandhan comprising of Rashtriya Janata Dal, Janata Dal (United) and Congress in November 2015 decided to come together to stop the Modi juggernaut. The grand alliance against all odds and expectations won the mandate from the people of Bihar and bagged 178 seats out of 243 seats in the Bihar assembly. The recent development of Nitish Kumar breaking up the alliance and going with Bharatiya Janata Party to form the government comes as

  • Surgical strikes: Shiv Sena slams Prime Minister for J&K situation

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today said the prime minister has been assertive about India’s stand on terrorism globally but the situation back home, especially in Kashmir has been worrisome, remarks that come against the backdrop of Narendra Modi’s statement in the US on surgical strikes.

  • PM Narendra Modi: Not a single blot of corruption against my government

    Washington: Projecting his government’s success in the areas of fighting terror and graft, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that there has not been a single blot of corruption against his regime and no country has questioned the surgical strikes conducted across the border.

  • Infiltration bids have fallen after surgical strikes: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that infiltration bids by terrorists have fallen after the Army carried out surgical strikes across the LoC last year to wipe out terror launch pads. “There has been a fall in infiltration after the surgical strikes,” Rajnath Singh said here at the 15th Border Security Force’s (BSF) investiture ceremony.

  • Video: Indian Army undertakes punitive fire assaults across LoC to counter Pakistan

    New Delhi: The Army on Tuesday said that punitive fire assaults were being undertaken across the Line of Control (LoC) to counter terrorist action from Pakistan. In support of this, the Army also issued a video, showing Indian troops destroying the Pakistani posts in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir, which is said to have been conducted on May 9.

  • Beaten up several times after surgical strikes: Fisherman

    Vadodara : One of the fishermen released from a Pakistan jail has claimed that inmates were “beaten up” on several occasions in the aftermath of the surgical strikes conducted by India across LoC.

  • Never used Army for political gains: Manohar Parrikar

    New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said he had never used the Army for political gains, adding that the success of the September 28-29 surgical strikes made others “jealous”.

  • Surgical hit: Army answerable to government, rules SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking to restrain the government from using the surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) and other actions of armed forces for political gains, as not maintainable since it lacked merit and hence baseless.

  • No Briefing To Mps On Surgical Strikes

    New Delhi : Congress general secretaries Ambika Soni and Madhusudan Mistry on Thursday expressed deep disappointment over the defence ministry’s decision not to send the Army officers to brief the members of Parliament on September 29 surgical strikes in a meeting of the standing committee of defence slated here on Friday.

  • Surgical strikes are fine, but exercise caution: US to India

    Washington : In what can be seen as a clearest indication yet of US support for the cross-LoC surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terror camps last month, a senior Obama administration official has said that Washington empathised with New Delhi’s position of responding militarily to cross-border terrorism but called for exercising caution and restraint.