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Pakistan should give maximum punishment to 26/11 attackers: Antony
Hindu, 26 November 2013
India will not be satisfied till Pakistan gives maximum punishment to the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai attack, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said on Monday.Coastal security was “very weak” before the terror attack in Mumbai in 2008 but now...

Pakistani PM hopes to fortify ties with India
Dawn, 23 November 2013
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday once again expressed hope in assembling a bond of friendship with India and said that firing across the Line of Control (LOC) is not in favour of either country.

Pakistan court imposes restriction on Indian movies
Indian Express, 19 November 2013
A Pakistani court on Tuesday imposed restrictions on the screening of Indian films across the country and laid down certain conditions for their release.

Pakistan wants talks resumption with India
Daily Times, 14 November 2013
Pakistan said on Wednesday that it wants resumption of dialogue process with India for the resolution of all outstanding issues, including Kashmir.

Freeze Kashmir-related CBMs, radical outfit urges Pakistan
The Hindu, 14 November 2013
Dukhtaraan-e-Millat becomes first “designated terrorist organisation”to deal with Pakistani officials in New Delhi Radical women’s outfit Dukhtaraan-e-Millat has urged the Nawaz Sharif government to freeze all Kashmir-related Confidence...

Pakistan wants resumption of dialogue with India
Indian Express, 13 November 2013
Pakistan Wednesday said it wants the resumption of the dialogue process with India for resolving all outstanding issues, including the "core issue" of Kashmir.Foreign Office spokesman Aizaz Chaudhry said Kashmir is the core issue between the...

Not anti-US, anti-India. I am against their policies: Imran Khan
Indian Express, 12 November 2013
Amid growing perception that he is batting for the Pakistani Taliban, cricketer-turned- politician Imran Khan has said he is neither anti-US nor anti-India but was against "their policies".

Kashmiris’ role in talks sought
Dawn, 11 November 2013
Pakistan’s foreign policy adviser Sartaj Aziz was reminded by Hurriyat Conference leaders here on Sunday to include Kashmiris in future peace talks between India and Pakistan. They also told him that recent military flare-ups on the Line of Control...

Peace on LoC necessary to engage with Pakistan: India
Daily Times, 10 November 2013
India said on Saturday peace and tranquillity along the Line of Control (LoC) was must if India and Pakistan were to engage. Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin told reporters that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s adviser...

Two CRPF men gunned down
The Hindu, 8 November 2013
Striking in the garrison township of Awantipore on the Srinagar-Jammu highway, unidentified militants on Thursday evening shot dead two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel. Kashmir Inspector General of Police Abdul Gani Mir told The Hindu that...

Omar pushes for resolution of J&K’s political concerns
The Tribune, 3 November 2013
Srinagar, November 2: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said economic development alone could not resolve the basic political issues confronting Jammu and Kashmir.Addressing a rally in Bandipora district in north Kashmir, Omar said: “The three...

Pak ‘plans’ multiple infiltration bids: Army, BSF extra cautious after Intel alert along frontiers
The Tribune, 2 November 2013
Jammu, November 1: The Army and the Border Security Force (BSF) are being extra-cautious along the Line of Control (LoC) and the international border as Pakistan is learnt to be planning multiple infiltration bids in tandem with Border Action Teams...

Spike in ceasefire violations has Pakistan's support: Antony
The Hindu, 31 October 2013
Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Wednesday voiced “serious concern” over an “unusual increase” in ceasefire violations on the border with Pakistan, which he said cannot take place without the “tacit support” of the Pakistani...

Army officer killed in Pakistani firing
The Hindu, 29 October 2013
15 Corps, BSF, Army observed restraint as other five members of patrol party reached post A Junior Commissioned Officer [JCO] of the Army died on Monday reportedly in small-arms fire from a Pakistani post near Aman Setu — a bridge on the LoC in...

Kashmir issue can be solved only through dialogue
The News International, 28 October 2013
Dialogue is the only way to resolve the Kashmir issue and there will be no war because of tension on the LoC. These views were expressed by leaders of Pakistan, AJK and held Kashmir while answering the questions of Hamid Mir, the host of Geo News’...

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