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Omar slams Centre for suspending talks with Pakistan
Times of India, 31 August 2014
NEW DELHI: Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday attacked the Narendra Modi government for suspending talks with Pakistan over a "cup of tea" with separatist Hurriyat Conference and said India has set up a difficult benchmark...

Ceasefire violations not conducive for India-Pak ties: Jaitley
Times of India, 30 August 2014
NEW DELHI: India on Saturday said ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the LoC and international border were "serious and provocative" and created an environment "not very conducive" for relationship between the two sides. "Incursions...

India, Pakistan hold third flag meeting
Hindu, 30 August 2014
Officers of the Border Security Force and the Desert Rangers of Pakistan held their third flag meeting on Friday along the international border that has witnessed relentless ceasefire violations in the past month and a half. Sources told The Hindu that...

Pakistan violates ceasefire again despite assurance in flag meet, targets
Times of India, 28 August 2014
JAMMU: Pakistan Rangers again on Thursday resorted to unprovoked firing at Indian positions on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, an official said. "Pakistan Rangers resorted to unprovoked firing using small arms in the Pargwal area...

Guns fall silent for the time being at India-Pak border
Times of India, 28 August 2014
NEW DELHI: With two days of silence on the border and a "successful" flag meeting with Pakistan Rangers on Wednesday, BSF is now hopeful that there will be break in ceasefire violations on the India-Pak border, for some time at least. Home...

No breakthrough at India-Pakistan flag meeting
Hindu, 28 August 2014
It may deter Pakistan from violating ceasefire again: BSF After weeks of intense shelling between India and Pakistan along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, the two countries held a flag meeting on Wednesday to discuss ceasefire violations...

Pakistan seeks India's help for focus on trade
Times of India, 27 August 2014
NEW DELHI: Despite the standoff over high commissioner Abdul Basit's meeting with Hurriyat leaders and ceasefire violations which threaten to get out of hand, Pakistan is pressing India to facilitate business events meant to promote trade and investment...

India protests ceasefire violations in DGMO-level talks
Times of India, 27 August 2014
NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan on Tuesday agreed to work towards defusing escalating tensions along the border after the Indian Director-General of Military Operations lodged a strong protest over the increase in ceasefire violations as well as infiltration...

Ceasefire violations: India-Pak to hold flag meeting
Times of India, 27 August 2014
JAMMU: A day after India lodged a protest with Pakistan over escalating ceasefire violations; the two sides will hold sector commander-level flag meeting on Wednesday to defuse the situation on the border."The flag meeting between BSF and Pak Rangers...

Indo-Pak Border: BSF to get over 700 Automatic Firing Systems
New Indian Express, 26 August 2014
NEW DELHI: Border Security Force, the country's first line of defence along Pakistan, is set to modernise its war stores and acquire over 700 pieces of automated mortar firing systems which will enable its troops to launch accurate and lethal rocket...

We Tried Many Times, But Pakistan Never Turned Up for Flag Meeting: BSF
New Indian Express, 26 August 2014
JAMMU: Amid cross-border firing incidents and India's efforts to stop the ceasefire violations, Director General of BSF D K Pathak today said the Pakistani side was not cooperating to defuse the situation on the international border (IB). "We...

Rajnath Reviews Situation on Border
New Indian Express, 25 August 2014
NEW DELHI: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday reviewed the situation along the border with Pakistan following the latter's ceasefire violations across the international border and Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.Informed sources said the minister...

Pakistan troops fire at 40 border posts
Hindu, 25 August 2014
Pakistani troops continued to violate the ceasefire by shelling and firing upon 25 Border Out Posts (BoPs) and 19 villages along the International Border in Jammu sector throughout the night, prompting the BSF to retaliate.“Pak Rangers resorted...

Army hands over PoK resident to Pakistan Army
Hindu, 24 August 2014
Army has handed over to Pakistan Army a resident of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), who had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (loC) in Uri Sector of Bramulla district in Jammu and Kashmir. “A PoK resident, Mangta Khan (72) had inadvertently...

Manmohan Wanted to Contact Pakistani Militants: Yasin
New Indian Express, 23 August 2014
NEW DELHI: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front leader Yasin Malik has said then Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh wanted him to contact militants in Pakistan.Malik told Rajat Sharma in his TV show "Aap ki Adalat" that the request was made to...

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