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Aishwaryra says overwhelmed by love from Pakistan fans

MUMBAI: The former Miss World, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, says she was overwhelmed by the love and appreciation Indian celebrities get from neighboring Pakistan. Aishwarya visited Wagah border to shoot for her film Sarbjit. “I am overwhelmed by the magnitude of love I received from both sides of the border,” she told Bollywood Hungama. When asked…

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May 11, 2016


Pakistani mother begs to be reunited with son stuck in India

KARACHI: A  mother whose son has been stuck in India for years begged Friday for them to be reunited after they made contact last month for the first time since 2008. In a story mirroring that of Geeta, the deaf-mute Indian woman who returned to Delhi this week after spending more than ten years trapped…

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October 30, 2015


Saudi general killed on Yemen border

RIYADH: A Saudi general has been killed in the south of the country near the border with Yemen, where he had been “defending the country”, the army announced Sunday. Brigadier General Ibrahim Hamzi, deputy commander of the 8th brigade in Jazan, died from his injuries after being taken to hospital, Saudi Arabia’s official news agency…

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September 27, 2015


India committed 221 ceasefire violations, Senate committee told

ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee, through a resolution on Friday condemned Indian aggression and ceasefire violations across the line of control. The Committee urged international community to take immediate notice of violations and appreciated Pakistan’s stance of showing restraint and not responding to the Indian provocations in kind. The high level meeting was presided over…

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September 11, 2015


Rabbani urges UN, OIC to take notice of Indian shelling

ISLAMABAD: Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani has said that the Indian government is creating tension on border by resorting to unprovoked firing to divert attention from its internal failure. He was talking to newsmen in Sialkot on Sunday after enquiring health of those injured in the firing and shelling by Indian border forces along the working…

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August 30, 2015


Pakistanis furious over Indian aggression

  Watch views of residents affected by Indian shelling near Sialkot Working Boundary.

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August 28, 2015


Shell kills Saudi soldier on Yemen border

RIYADH: A Saudi Arabian soldier has been killed in shelling on the border with Yemen, the military said late Wednesday, adding to a rising toll in the kingdom's south over the past week. “He was hit by a projectile in the sector of Jazan,” a Saudi border district, said a statement from the Saudi-led coalition…

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August 6, 2015


Indian soldier falls in front of graceful Pak jawans

Indian forces bumble and stumble when they spot the grace and bravery of Pakistan’s armed forces. In this video, an Indian soldier falls unceremoniously at Ganda Singh Wala border.

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August 5, 2015


Munni Badnaam Hui … Magar Kesay?

No doubt that Munni is fated to be ‘badnaam’ in India. But, this time around, this is solely the mistake of Indian security that Chanda Bhi Badnaam Hui. Dear Indian border security, be alert and on your marks, guys.

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August 1, 2015


Indian troops resorts to unprovoked heavy weapon firing on LoC

RAWALPINDI: Indian troops resorted to unprovoked heavy weapons and small arms firing on Line of Control (LoC) in Battal sector on Thursday evening. According to ISPR here, intense exchange of fire took place. Pakistani troops befittingly responded to Indian unprovoked shelling and firing.  –APP

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July 30, 2015


Civilian killed in Indian firing on LoC

RAWALPINDI: A civilian, Muhammad Waseem, who was severely injured due to unprovoked firing by Indians on Line of Control (LoC) in Chirikot sector on Friday, embraced Shahadat (martyrdom) Sunday morning. According to ISPR here, Muhammad Waseem was evacuated to CMH Rawalpindi for treatment but he succumbed to bullet injury in his neck this morning.(APP)

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July 26, 2015


FC foils sabotage bid near Pak-Afghan border

CHAMAN: Frontier Corps (FC) foiled a sabotage bid and defused improvised explosive devices (IED) near Pak-Afghan borders in Chaman area of Killa Abdullah district on Tuesday. According to FC spokesman, acting on a tip off, FC personnel along with bomb disposal squad team reached the site and defused IED which was planted near Custom Office…

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July 21, 2015


28 dead in suicide attack in Turkey border town: official

ANKARA: Twenty-eight people were killed on Monday in a suicide attack in the Turkish town of Suruc near the border with Syria, officials said. “A terrorist attack took place in the town of Suruc in Sanliurfa today (Monday) around 12 pm local time (0900 GMT),” the interior ministry said in a statement. An official in…

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July 20, 2015


UN observers moved against Indian LoC violations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's army on Friday asked the UN military observers to investigate firing and shelling by Indian troops on its side of Kashmir which it claims killed four people this week. The flare-up between the two countries, who have fought three wars since 1947, comes days after their prime ministers met in Russia in an…

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July 17, 2015


Missile strikes on Pakistan-Afghan border kill 49

KABUL: US-led Nato forces have carried out two missile strikes targeting militants in part of Afghanistan where the Taliban have clashed with purported supporters of the Islamic State group, officials said Tuesday. The Islamic State (IS) group, also known by its Arabic acronym Daesh, has never formally acknowledged having a presence in Afghanistan but fears…

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July 7, 2015


US seeks easing of Pak-India tension

WASHINGTON: The relations between Pakistan and India are important to the United States and it wants to see reduction of tension between the two countries for regional stability, a US state department spokesman said on Thursday. “It is an important region where lots of challenges, lots of common challenges that both countries can continue to…

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July 3, 2015


Afghan firing injures Pakistani border troops

ISLAMABAD: A cross-border fire from Afghanistan has resulted in two non fatal casualties on Pakistani side at Angoor Adda border crossing gate, Samaa reported. “A Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG-7) and gunfire from the Afghan side injured two Pakistani security personnel,” Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said Wednesday. The ISPR, Pakistani military's media wing, however, denied…

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July 1, 2015


Israel approves extending security fence to Jordan border

JERUSALEM:Israel has approved extending a security barrier to part of its eastern border with Jordan in a bid to keep out militants and illegal migrants, the prime minister's office said Monday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the new barrier was a continuation of the one built along the Egyptian border, which “blocked the entry of…

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June 29, 2015


US warplanes hit Taliban militants near Pakistan border

KABUL: U.S. military air strikes have targeted militants who were threatening international coalition forces near the border in eastern Afghanistan, a U.S. forces spokesman said on Sunday. Most foreign forces withdrew from Afghanistan when NATO combat operations ended last year. Around 13,200 international troops are part of a new training mission, while a small contingent…

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June 28, 2015


Three Saudi soldiers, one Emirati killed on Yemen border

RIYADH: Three Saudi soldiers and an Emirati have been killed on Saudi Arabia's border with Yemen, where Riyadh is a leading a bombing campaign against Iran-backed rebels, state media said Thursday. Two Saudi troops were killed at sunset Wednesday when a rocket landed in the Jizan region, the Saudi-led coalition said in a statement carried…

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June 25, 2015


Robot border guards among new airport tech at Paris Air Show

PARIS: New airport technologies unveiled at the Paris Air Show this week promise robots replacing immigration officers and much faster identification of criminals through their biometric data. French electrical systems company Thales premiered its new equipment designed to speed up passage through airports. In their vision of the future, passengers will no longer deal with…

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June 19, 2015

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