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Policemen display a mortar shell in the village Kamalkot following cross-border firing at Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector, J&K. BSF Jawans keep vigil at Attari international border. The security has been tightened up after a suicide bomb attack at Wagah, in Pakistan. BSF and Pak Rangers perform at the beating the retreat ceremony after a suicide bombing at the Pakistan-Indian border post, in Wagah, Pakistan. Pakistani border guards perform high kicks during a flag lowering ceremony after a suicide bombing at the Pakistan-Indian border post, in Wagah, Pakistan. BSF jawans with sniffer dogs checking luggage of passengers at Attari international border. The security have been beefed up in the region after the Sunday's suicide bomb attack at Wagah in Pakistan. A security jawan checking luggage of passengers at Attari international border. The security have been beefed up in the region after a suicide bomb attack at Wagah, in Pakistan. International Indo-Pak, Attari border closed after bomb blast at Wagah (Pakistan). Tourists along with BSF jawans at Attari border after bomb blast at Wagah. BSF officers show drugs and weapons seized near Indo-Pak border outpost at Boharwadala in Amritsar. <b>Shell Shocked</b> The mortar shell that destroyed the roof of this house in Arnia sector <b>Cross-border victim</b> BSF constable Sanjay Dhar lost his life <b>Enemy fired</b> Mortar shells in Chanana, Arnia <b>Lives uprooted</b> Fleeing Chilyari village of the Samba sector in J&K <b>Ashiq Hussain</b> of Khardi Karmara village in Poonch district, lost an eye and his hands in a landmine blast in 2012, while playing in a stream that runs his grandfather’s watermill. He was 12 then. <b>Safia Begum</b> now 36, lost her hand to a landmine when she was six, her son lost his when eight. They now live a life of misery in the border village of Pukharni in Nowshera sector of Rajouri. <b>Shaheen Fatima</b> lost her right eye and one hand in a landmine blast in 2009 when she was 11. Her father says they have received no help from the govt despite CM Omar Abdullah’s assurance. BSF personnel patrolling along the fence of Indo-Pak international border at Nueshera Dhalla in Amritsar. Army personnel providing food to villagers at a relief camp in shelling-hit Deoli Village at Arnia sector in Jammu district A boy walks inside his house damaged in the Oct. 7 firing between Indian and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu. Border women take shelter in an army bunker during shelling from the Pakistani side at Abdullian village, about 35 kms from Jammu on Thursday night. People take shelter at Abdullian village, in Jammu and Kashmir. After nine days of heavy firing and mortar shelling from across the border, firing de-escalated along the 192-km long International Border in Jammu frontier overnight with Pakistan opening fire on four border out posts in Kathua district.
A resident shows a part of the mortar shell fired from the Pakistani side of the International Border Ramgarh sector in Langoor village, near Jammu. A group of activists carrying posters with the flag and portrait of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif march towards the residence of Pakistan High Commissioner to India in New Delhi. The activists group were protesting against firing by Pakistan troops from across the border. The Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Defence, Arun Jaitley delivering a statement before the media on the border situation of Jammu & Kashmir, in New Delhi. In the strongest warning yet over unabated ceasefire violations from across the border, India asserted that Pakistan will not be able to bear the cost of this adventurism if it persists with such unprovoked aggression. Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in Ramgarh sector of Jammu and Kashmir. A man shows mortar shell marks on the wall of his house after shelling from the Pakistani side at Lalyal Camp Kanachak sector in Jammu. A border security force soldier is carried on a stretcher for treatment at the Government Medical College Hospital after being injured in Pakistan firing at the border area in Ranbir Singh Pura, in Jammu. Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Defence, Arun Jaitley delivering a statement before the media on the border situation of Jammu & Kashmir, in New Delhi. Women clean the rubble in their house which was damaged during shelling from the Pakistani side in Ramgarh rector in Jammu. A civilian, injured in reported firing from the Pakistani side of the border in Samba, arrives for treatment at the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu. A man injured by the shelling from the Pakistan side being taken to a government hospital in Jammu. Villagers sit in a tractor as they flee their homes fearing firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Chilyari village of Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir. A man carries a boy, injured in firing and shelling from Pakistan side at Jora farm in Ranbir Singh Pura of the India-Pakistan border, for treatment to the government medical college hospital, in Jammu. A injured boy is carried on a stretcher for treatment to the government medical college hospital, in Jammu following firing from the Pakistani side of the border in Samba. A villager shows the bullet marks on a shutter of a shop after firing from the Pakistani side at Trewa More at Arnia sector in Jammu. A villager walks near damaged shops hit by mortar attack allegedly fired from the Pakistan’s side in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. Breaching the ceasefire for the 17th time this month, Pakistan Rangers targeted 40 Border Out Posts and 25 border hamlets by resorting to heavy mortar shelling and firing along the International Border in Jammu and Samba districts of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving three persons injured. An injured child being treated at the Government Medical College Hospital after firing from the Pakistani side injured him in Jammu. Women and children residing near the border leave their homes on a horse cart as they move to safer areas after firing from the Pakistani side at Arnia sector in Jammu. A villager enters a door of his residence near mortar shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan's side at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. In one of the worst ceasefire violations by Pakistan, five villagers were killed and 29 injured. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah during cremation of victims of the firing by Pakistan Rangers, in Jammu. Villagers show mortar shell marks on a wall after indiscriminate firing by Pakistan Rangers at a residential area near the India-Pakistan international border in Jammu. Villagers gather near bed sheets stained with blood in alleged firing from the Pakistan’s side while the residents were asleep on roof of their house, at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. Relatives of victims killed in mortar shell firing allegedly from the Pakistan's side, weep inside their residential house at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah meets one of the injured persons at the Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu following the indiscriminate firing by Pakistan Rangers. A villager shows bullet marks on the wall of his house after a firing from Pakistan side in Kaku Da Kotha village at Arnia sector in Jammu. A mortar shell seen through a damaged wall allegedly fired into a residential area from the Pakistan side in Jammu. Activists of Youth congress protest against Bilawal Bhutto son of Late Benazir Bhutto for his recent remark on Kashimir, in Bengaluru Bollywood actors Fawad Khan and Sonam Kapoor with BSF officers during promotion of their upcoming film Khoobsurat at Attari international border A Pakistani Ranger (R) and an Indian Border Security Force Jawan march during the flag-alowering ceremony at the Wagah border. J&K CM Omar Abdullah looks at a utensil while meeting the villagers affected by Pakistani shelling at a village at India-Pakistan International Border of RS Pura Sector about 38km from Jammu. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah looking at mortar shells while meeting the villagers affected by Pakistani shelling in Jeora village at India-Pakistan international border of RS Pura Sector about 38km from Jammu. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other officials being briefed on border situation in Jammu and Kashmir by Director General of Border Security Force, Devendra Kumar Pathak in New Delhi. An Army jawan during an encounter with militants, at Kalaro in Kupwara district. People of border villages who are affected by Pakistani shelling, at a camp at Salehar village in Jammu. Women and children sit in a tractor as they leave their homes and move to a night shelter anticipating firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Abdullian village in Ranbir Singh Pura, in Jammu and Kashmir  Army personnel during an encounter with the militants at Lolaab Forest in Kupwara district A woman displays a mortar shell allegedly fired on a residential area from the Pakistan side of the border in Ranbir Singh Pura region, Jammu. Indian policemen guard outside the Pakistan High Commission as Kashmiri separatist leaders arrive for talks with the Pakistani high commissioner in New Delhi on Aug. 19. In a blow of efforts to improve often-hostile ties, India on Monday called off talks with Pakistan over a meeting between its ambassador and Kashmiri separatists. BSF Inspector General, Punjab Frontier, Ashok Kumar giving sweets and fruit basket to Pakistani Rangers wing Commander Mohammad Asher Khan on the occasion of Independence Day in Attari. The damage at a wall caused by a mortar shell that was allegedly fired from the Pakistan side at Pindi village in Arnia sector of Jammu district. A man shows mortar shells allegedly fired from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border at Pindi village in Arnia sector in Jammu district. Indian army soldiers run as they look for suspected rebels near the site of gun-battle at Chadoora town, about 25 kilometers south of Srinagar. D K Pathak, Director General, BSF, gifting a sweet basket to an official of the Pakistan Rangers at Wagah. Actor Raza Murad along with his family members on way to Pakistan via Attari border. Border Security Force soldiers dance to the tunes of patriotic songs during Republic Day celebrations at the Wagah border near Amritsar.

Indian army soldiers during a training session at a battle school in Rajouri, near Jammu. In this Dec. 23, 2013 photo, Indian army soldiers patrol near one of their forward post at the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, at Krishna Ghati (KG Sector) in Poonch. In this Dec. 22, 2013 photo, a Border Security Force (BSF) soldier speaks to family members at one of the forward posts near the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, at Krishna Ghati (KG Sector) in Poonch. Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia before the delegation level meeting at the Wagah-Attari border.

BSF Delegation led by Director General, BSF India going to Pakistan via Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar, to hold meeting with Pakistan Rangers on various border management issues. 

Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia during the delegation level meeting at the Wagah-Attari border.

Indian and Pakistani Army officials exchange boxes of sweets during a flag meeting at Chakan-da-Bagh in Poonch, Jammu & Kashmir. Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol the Paharpur India-Pakistan international border post at Kathua district, about 110 kilometers from Jammu. A BSF officer said that multi-layered security has been put in place and ruled out any infiltration or breach of fencing in Jammu. Officials of Indian foreign ministry and district administration carrying the belongings of Sarabjit Singh who was murdered in Pakistan in May, 2013, on it's arrival at Attari- Wagah border. Emotional family members of Sarabjit Singh standing next to his belongings which arrived in India via Attari-Wagah International border. Indian Border Security Force soldiers and villagers celebrate Diwali, near the India-Pakistan international border area, at Ranbir Singh Pora, about 33 kilometers (21 miles) from Jammu. A villager points out the bullet marks on the wall of a house allegedly fired from Pakistan side in Garkhyal village at India-Pakistan international border in Pargwal sector of Akhnoor in Jammu. BSF officers pay tributes near the coffin of soldier Mukeshlal Meena, who was killed in RS Pura Sector in the firing from Pakistan side, during a wreath laying ceremony in Jammu. Border Security Force soldiers carry the coffin of colleague Mukesh Lal Meena, allegedly killed after a shell was fired from the Pakistan side of the border, in Jammu.  School girl displays a bullet allegedly fired on a school from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border area at Aria, about 42 kilometers south of Jammu. Villagers look at a mortar shell found in Samba district of Jammu. According to reports, Pakistan troops resorted to unprovoked heavy firing targeting Indian Border posts and civilian population. A man holds a mortar shell recovered from a residential area at Jerda village in Samba district. Recently, Pakistan troops had opened heavy firing targeting Indian Border posts and civilian population. Vilagers of Suchetgarh border shift to a community hall due to shelling from Pakistan side at Kali Bari village in Samba, Jammu. Villagers who fled from their homes in Suchetgarh Kullian village, near the India Pakistan border arrive seeking shelter at a community center at Samba, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) south of Jammu. Bero Devi touches blood stains on a wall of her bullet-riddled home in Najwal village on the India-Pakistan border, about 44 kilometers from Jammu. Bero Devi claimed four members of her family were injured by firing and shelling from the Pakistan side of the border. 
Villagers display part of a shell which allegedly was fired from Pakistan side and hit a home and livestocks at a village near the Indo-Pak international border at R S Pura Sector. A villager points at bullet holes on the wall of his house in Rangpur at Pargwal sector of Akhnoor about 40 kms from Jammu. A young child, injured in a firing from Pakistani side in Pargawal area of Akhnoor sector, is shifted to Government Medical College hospital in Jammu. BSF soldiers patrol near the India-Pakistan international border fencing at Garkhal near Jammu. Girls in colourful attires tying 'Rakhis' on the wrists of BSF jawans on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border. Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit Singh tying 'Rakhi' on the wrist of a BSF jawan on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border. BSF jawans stand guard near border fence at Octrai post, 25 km from Jammu.  Supporters of Pakistani religious group Jamaat-ud-Dawah burn Indian flags at a rally in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan troops, right, give sweet to their Indian counterparts on the occasion of Pakistan's Independence Day at Wagah border. The Pakistani military accused Indian troops of carrying out a new round of shelling along Kashmir border. File Photo: Amidst heightened tension on the border over the killing of five Indian soldiers, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire yet again by firing 7000 rounds of heavy ammunition and mortar shells for seven hours at Indian posts along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. Family members of slain army jawan Vijay Kumar Rai staging a dharna in Bihta, Patna. BSF and Pak Rangers exchange sweets on the occasion of Id-ul-Fitr at Attari-Wagha border. BJP student wing activists burn Pakistani flags during a protest in Ahmedabad. Soldiers carrying the coffin of Naik Kundalik Mane during his funeral procession at his native village Pimpalgaon in Kolhapur district. Mane who was among five soldiers killed in the ambush along Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch Sector, was cremated with full military honours. People burn Pakistani flags and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif effigy during a protest in Ahmedabad over the killing of Indian army soldiers in Poonch. Army chief General Bikram Singh, center, and other army officers salute next to the coffins of Indian soldiers allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers during a wreath laying ceremony in Jammu. Congress party's youth wing activists try to break barricades as police use water cannon to stop them during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, New Delhi.  Union Defence Minister AK Antony speaks in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi during ongoing monsoon session. BJP MPs at the Lok Sabha in New Delhi during ongoing monsoon session. Hindu Sena activists shout slogans during a protest near Pakistan House in New Delhi against the killing of five army soldiers in Poonch. Shiv Sena activists burn a Pakistani flag during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, in Jammu. BJP members burn an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against killing of 5 Indian Jawans by Pakistani Military uniformed Terrorists, in Hyderabad. Youth Congress activists during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, in Hyderabad. Soldiers carry the coffin of one of their colleagues who was killed by Pakistan at the border, in New Delhi. Indian Army soldiers patrol at an army helipad near the Line of Control (LoC) near Poonch. Activist of Shiv Sena and Dogra Front shout slogans during a protest in Jammu against the killing of five Indian soldiers in an ambush by Pakistani troops in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district. Indian Army soldiers during a search operation in Poonch in the wake of killing of five jawans by the Pakistan army. File Photo: Indian army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control (LOC) in Jammu & Kashmir. In an audacious and provocative attack, Pakistani troops entered Indian territory along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir late last night and ambushed a patrol killing five Indian soldiers. A Pakistani ranger officer shares a light moment with an Indian Border Security Force officer near the shrine of a Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post near Jammu. Indian Border Security Force officials offer a chadar handed by Pakistani rangers at the shrine of a Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post, Jammu. Sarabjit Singh's wife Sukhpreet Kaur, right, sister Dalbir Kaur, second from left, and daughters Poonam, left, and Swapandeep hold hands after entering India at the Wagah border. Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur, wife Sukhpreet Kaur and daughters  Poonam and Swapandeep Kaur crossing the Attari/Wagah international border to meet Sarabjit Singh at Jinnah hospital,Pakistan. BSF women constable and Jawan’s celebrate “Holi at Indo-Pak Attari/ Wagha borde  near Amritsar. Daily legshow at the Wagah-Attari border <b>Kargil ahoy!</b> Sharif, Musharraf at Keil, near LoC, Feb ’99 Indian artillery barrage during Kargil war Security personnel escort a bus from Pakistan on its arrival on the outskirts of Amritsar. Cross-border trade and bus service between India and Pakistan resumes in Poonch. BSF Commandant Satish Kumar giving sweets to Pakistan Rangers' Wing Commander Adnan Sher Khan on  the occasion of 64th Republic Day at Attari border. Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) at Silikot in Jammu and Kashmir  Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar. Indian army soldiers stand guard at the last Indian post near near the Line of Control in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar. <b>Done thing?</b> Army chief Bikram Singh lays a wreath on slain soldier Lance Naik Hemraj’s picture in Shergarh on January 16 Churonda village in Uri sector where a Pak soldier was killed <b>Righteous brothers</b> Bajrang Dal protesters in the capital Border Security Force soldiers patrol along the international border fencing at Suchetgarh area south of Jammu. Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh and his wife Surjeet Kaur  talks with family members of lance Naik Hemraj at village Shernagar near Mathura, UP. Pakistani land mine detected in Indian territory along the LoC. A Kashmiri villager displays a box allegedly damaged by firing from the Pakistan side of the border, inside his home near the Line of Control.   An Indian army bunker stands in front of a civilian residence at the Line of Control , in Churunda village. Border Security Force soldiers stand guard in front of the Indian side of an India-Pakistan border gate at Suchetgarh, south of Jammu. TV Grab - Smoke rises after firing by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday evening.   Army chief Gen. Bikram Singh speaks with family members of Indian army soldier Lance Naik Hemraj who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers on the Line of Control, at Sherpur village in Uttar Pradesh. Pakistani land mines detected in Indian territory along the LoC.  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses at a function for conferment of Department of Atomic Energy's Lifetime Achievement Award for the year 2011 in New Delhi. Breaking his silence, Singh gave a tough message to Pakistan that it cannot be business as usual in the aftermath of the beheading of an Indian soldier on the Line of Control last week.
Border Security Force patrol along the international border fencing at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu An Indian Border Security Force (BSF) stands guard at the international border at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu. Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control  in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K. Army chief Gen. Bikram Singh addresses a press conference in New Delhi. Commander of the 10th Brigade, Brig. T.S. Sandhu (R) and his Pakistani counterpart Faisal (L) shake hands during India-Pakistan flag meeting arranged to defuse tension along the Line of Control (LOC) at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch. Indian army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control (LOC) trade centre at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch, 245 kilometers (152 miles) northwest of Jammu. Activists of a local organisation burn an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against the alleged killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. A doctor checks condition of Dharamwati,  wife of lance naik Hemraj Singh who is sitting on hunger strike and member of parliament Jayant Chaudhary sits with villagers of Sherpur village where Henraj was cremated.   Children run near the India-Pakistan international border fencing at Suchet Garh, about 27 kilometers (17 miles) south of Jammu. Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers and Pakistani Rangers, in black, takes part in a daily retreat ceremony at the Joint Check Post at Wagah near Amritsar. Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers and Pakistani Rangers, in black, takes part in a daily retreat ceremony at the Joint Check Post at Wagah near Amritsar. Protestors burn a flag of Pakistan during a demonstration in Bhubaneswar. India has formally complained about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. BJP Assam Pradesh President Sarbananda Sonwal along with other party members staging a protest against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in Guwahati. BSF soldiers stand guard during a night patrol near international border fencing at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu. A Pakistani Ranger in black uniform and his Indian counterpart, march during a flag off ceremony, at the joint Pakistan-India border check post of Wagah near Lahore, Pakistan. BJP workers holding a protest at Vikas Marg against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in New Delhi. BJP activists burning an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in Bhopal. Pakistani Army soldiers carry the casket of their colleague, Havildar Mohyuddin, who was killed by Indian troops firing on a post in the disputed Kashmir border, following a funeral prayer in Jhelum, Pakistan. Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad shout slogans and burn an effigy representing Pakistan during a protest in Jammu. India has formally summoned Pakistan about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. Army personnel paying respect to Lance Naik Hemraj Singh who was killed by Pakistani soldiers on the Line-of-Control in Kashmir, during his funeral at his village in Mathura district. Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad shout slogans and burn a flag of Pakistan during a protest, in Jammu. India has formally complained about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan paying floral tributes to martyr Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh during his last rites at Dadhiya village of Sidhi district. The soldier was allegedly killed by Pakistani troops in J&K. Activists of Bajrang Dal shout slogans during a protest over killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi. Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol along the India-Pakistan border in Suchitgarh near Jammu. Congress activists light candles for paying tributes to martyr soldiers Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lance Naik Hemraj, who were killed in an encounter with Pakistan soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, in Bhopal. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar speaks during a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Khar said that she hoped the recent incidents would not derail the process of improving relations between the India and Pakistan. She told reporters that she wants to continue down the track of trust building and normalizing the region, which has been very unstable because of irresponsible actions and statements. A BSF patrol on the LoC; right, protests against the Indian soldiers’ deaths Pakistan High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir arrives at the Indian External Affairs Ministry in New Delhi. India today summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner to convey a strong protest over the Pakistani Army action in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to barbaric and inhuman mutilation in Jammu and Kashmir. Army officers pay their respects at the coffins of soldiers Lans Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lans Naik Hamraj who were killed in the attack by Pakistani army, at Rajouri. File photo of Indian Army soldiers, Lans Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lans Naik Hamraj who were killed by the Pakistani army in Jammu & Kashmir. BJP supporters scuffle with policemen as they try to scale a police barricade during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi  to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. 
Indian Army soldiers carry a coffin containing the body of a colleague who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers at Rajouri. Vandemataram Samiti workers burn a Pakistani flag to protest the killing of two Indian soldiers on the border, in Varanasi. Indian army soldiers patrol near the line of control after reported cease-fire violation, in Mendhar,  about 175 kilometers from Srinagar. India today summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner to convey a strong protest over the Pakistani Army action in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to barbaric and inhuman mutilation in Jammu and Kashmir. People take out a candle light march to pay tribute to Indian Army soldiers during protest against Pakistan's brutal killing of two Indian Army soldiers, in Allahabad.  
BJP supporters shout slogans during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. Pakistan allegedly attacked and killed two Indian soldiers at the LoC in J&K.
An army soldier patrols near the line of control after reported ceasefire violation, in Mendhar, Poonch district in J&K. 
BJP supporters set a Pakistani flag on fire during a protest against Pakistan in New Delh. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi  to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. 

BJP supporters shout slogans as they try to cross a police barricade during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. 
Army soldiers offer prayers near the body of a colleague who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers, in Rajouri. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated. 
BSF DIG P S Bains receives Pakistan Rangers DG Brig Muhammad Jamil and his delegation on their arrival via Attari / Wagah border for a meeting to discuss various border issues. Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia receiving a Pakistani delegation led by Law Minister of Punjab (Pakistan) Rana Sanaullah at Attari-Wagah border. BSF and Pak Rangers at beating the retreat ceremony at Attari-Wagah border. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on his arrival at Attari-Wagah border after completing his Pakistan tour. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home through Wagah border after they were released by the Indian authority on completion of their jail terms. BSF DIG Baby Joseph exchanging Diwali greetings with Pakistan Rangers' Wing Commander Adnana at Attari-Wagah Indo-Pak international border.  BSF DIG Baby Joseph (L) presents sweets to Pakistani Rangers Wing Commander Adnan on the occasion of  Eid-ul-Zuha at Wagah border. A 17-member delegation of Pakistani Parliamentarians led by senator Mohammad Jehangir arrives through Wagah border. Mohd Sohail Riaz, Wing Commander, Pakistan Rangers,  presenting sweets to Border Security Force DIG ID Singh on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr at Wagah border. A Hindu family from Pakistan arrives at Attari railway station. Director General, Pakistan Rangers, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Hilal Hussain, giving sweets basket to Border Security Force DIG Sanjeev Bhanot on the occasion of Pakistan's 66th Independence Day at Wagah border. Hindu pilgrims arriving in India from Pakistan via Attari-Wagah border. A total of 223 pilgrims have arrived to India to visit Amritsar, Haridwar, Indore, Rishikesh and Delhi on a 33-day visa. Director General of BSF, U K Bansal (C) along with officers inspecting the opening of a tunnel that was found underneath the Indo-Pak border fence, some 300 mts inside the Indian Territory at Chachwal Samba about 70 km from Jammu. BSF women constables tying rakhis on the wrists of BSF officers on the occasion of 'Raksha Bandhan' festival at Indo Pak Border, about 35 km from Amritsar. A 400-metre long tunnel discovered along the international border in the Samba sector, Jammu— near the Chillayari outpost— after mud cave-ins. The BSF protests with Pak Rangers. September 17, 1965. Pakistan's Ayub v India's Shastri August 2, 1971. Pakistan Refugees Pakistan's Agony. 

Translated, it would mean Bangladesh [East Paistan] Refugees in India and Bangaldesh's agony. December 6, 1971. Conflict in Asia: India v. Pakistan December 20, 1971. The Bloody Birth of Bangladesh January 14, 2002. Asia edition. July 11, 2005 | Asia ed A thirty member delegation of Pakistan Rangers led by Director General’s Rizwan Akhtar DG, Sindh and Mian Mohad Hilal, DG, Punjab, arrive in India at Wagah border to hold meeting with their counterparts at Delhi. File Photo: BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010. The Times of India (TOI) quoted Border Security Force (BSF) Inspector-General (Frontier) Aditya Mishra as having told the newspaper recently that Pakistan has also agreed to women platoon commanders for the beating retreat ceremony. Pakistani rangers carry sweets during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border. Pakistani rangers interact with Indian Border Security Force (BSF) officials during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border. Pakistani devotees carry a chadar during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border. Surjeet Singh waves on his arrival at the Indian side of Attari-Wagah border after being released by the Pakistani authorities. Setting foot on home soil after 31 years, Surjeet Singh arrived to an emotional welcome by friends and family who broke into celebrations on catching his glimpse. 69-year-old Singh, who was released from Lahore's Kot Lakhpat Jail this morning, crossed to the Indian side at Wagah border after being handed over by Pakistani security personnel who had held him by an iron chain attached to his belt. Indian Defense Secretary Shashikant Sharama holds talk with his Pakistani counterpart Nargis Sethi at the Defense Ministry in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Top defense officials from the two countries held talks on the dispute over Siachen. Indian cricket captain and honorary Lt Col Mahendra Singh Dhoni poses with army officials during his visit to the Kaman Aman Setu at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir. Indian cricket captain and honorary Lt Col Mahendra Singh Dhoni visits the Line of Control (LoC) on the Jammu and Kashmir border with Pakistan at Bimbar Gali in Poonch.
Lieutenant Colonel Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian cricket captain, during an interaction with soldiers on the Line of Control at Jammu and Kashmir's border with Pakistan, near Jammu. Pakistani prisoners at Attari-Wahga international border on their way to home after completion of their jail terms in India.     
                        Border Security Force personnel keeping a strict vigil at the Integrated Check Post at Indo-Pak International Border, at Attari a day after reports of threat to Pakistan side of ICP by Taliban militants. People celebrate Baisakhi festival at Indo-Pak Border in Jammu. A BSF jawan guards near a newly constructed gate at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah joint check post on Thursday. The newly constructed gates at the integrated check-post (ICP) at the Indo-Pakistan Wagah border will be inaugurated by Home Minister P. Chidambaram on April 13 2012. A view of newly constructed gates at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah joint check post in Amritsar. The first integrated checkpost (ICP) at the Indo-Pakistani Wagah border is all set to be inaugurated by Home Minister P. Chidambaram on April 13 2012. Indian prisoners wave as they arrive through Attari-Wagah international border after completion of their jail terms in Pakistan. Commerce, Industry and Textiles Minister Anand Sharma gestures before leaving for Pakistan through Attari-Wagah border. Sharma is leading a 150-member business delegation of chief executives on his three-day visit to Pakistan to boost trade between the two countries. BSF DIG Sanjiv Bhanot presents sweets to Pakistan Rangers Wing Commander Sohail Khan on the occasion of 63rd Republic Day at Indo-Pak Wagah border. People waves Tri-colours during 63rd Republic Day celebrations at Indo-Pak Wagah border. Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers count fake Indian currency at the site of an alleged shoot-out on the India-Pakistan border at Bharopal, Atari some 50 kilometers (27 miles) west of Amritsar. The BSF, claimed to have killed an alleged Pakistani smuggler and seized 17 packets of heroin along with fake Indian currency worth Rs. 9.68 lakhs (US$ 3,998), late Tuesday, police said. BSF DIG Sanjeev Bhanot giving sweet basket to Pakistani Rangers wing Commander Sohail Khan on the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha at Indo-Pak Attari-Wahga check-post near Amritsar. BSF’s officiating commandant Sushil Negi handing over sweets to Superintendent of  Pak Rangers on the occasion of Diwali at Attari International Border. Pakistani Rangers official giving sweet box to Indian BSF officials on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitar at  Attari-Wagha border about 35 kms from Amritsar. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after they were released by the Indian government after completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah international border about 35 kms from Amritsar. Girls tying Rakhi on the wrists of BSF jawans during celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak international Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after they were released by Indian authorities following completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wahga border about 35 kms from Amritsar. India released 91 Pakistani prisoners. BSF DIG C Vasudevan is greeted by Brigadier Wali Mohammad, Deputy Director General, Pakistan Rangers, as he leaves for Pakistan side for a delegation level meeting at Attari-Wagah border about 35 kms from Amritsar. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration on completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar. Sister Dalbir Kaur of Sarabjit Singh, on death row in Pakistan, before leaving for Pakistan via Indo-Pak Attari-Wahga border about 35 km from Amritsar to meet him in Pakistan's Kot Lakhpat Jail. Surveyor General of India S Subba Rao, second from left, holds meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Additional Defence Secretary Rear Admiral Shah Sohail Masood, on the Sir Creek issue in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Pakistan and India resumed their talks to resolve the  maritime boundary dispute after a gap of four years. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration on completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar. A delegation of Pakistani Hindus wave on their arrival at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar, to pay obeisance at various temples in India. Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar. Gopal Das, center, waves as he enters India at the India-Pakistan border post of Wagah. Pakistan's president canceled the remaining sentence of Das, imprisoned in Pakistan for the last 27 years, on humanitarian grounds in response to an unusual appeal by the Indian Supreme Court. Gopal Das is hugged by his sister as he arrives via Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar after serving 27 years of imprisonment in Pakistan. He was arrested in 1984 and was sentenced for twenty five years on spying charges. Gopal Das raises his hands as he arrives in India via Attari-Wagah border, from Amritsar after serving twenty seven years of imprisonment in Pakistan. He was arrested in 1984 and was sentenced for twenty five years on spying charges. Gopal Dass stands on an immigration desk at Pakistani border post Wagha along the Indian border following on his way to his country. Das was set free after 27 years following an appeal by the Indian Supreme Court. Das was jailed on spying charges for life imprisonment. Pakistani cricket fans, on their way to attend the Pakistan and India Cricket World Cup semifinals to be played in Mohali on March 30, photographed at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan. Pakistani cricket fans holding national flags leave for India at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan. Ordinary life will stop for several hours as hundreds of millions of fans tune in to follow the India-Pakistan semifinal in Mohali. Ejaz Butt, Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board leaves for India at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan. Pakistani cricket fans arrive via Attari-Wagah Indo-Pak border about 35 KM from Amritsar to watch CWC semifinal match between India and Pakistan at Mohali on March 30. Wing Commander Mohd Usman (L) of Pakistani Rangers gives a sweet packet to BSF DIG Sanjeev Bhanot  on the occasion of India's Republic Day celebrations at the Indo-Pak International  border near Amritsar Hundreds of tomato-laden trucks get stranded outside Attari-Wagah border after Indian exporters refused to export any vegetable to Pakistan in protest against its onion export ban, near Amritsar.  Sikh devotees wave as they leave for the 542nd birth anniversary celebration of Guru Nanak Dev at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, at Attari Railway station in Amritsar. A Pakistan Rangers officer gifts sweets to a BSF officer on the occasion of Eid-al-Adha at a check post on Indo-Pak border in RS Pura sector about 30kms from Jammu Freed Indian fishermen who were arrested by Pakistani authorities, wait for transportation to leave for India outside Malir jail in Karachi, Pakistan. A prison official says 141 Indian fishermen have left for home after being freed by Pakistan. Fishermen who were arrested by Pakistani authorities for fishing in Pakistani territory, show Indian currency upon their release in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan released 100 Indian fishermen. Released Pakistani prisoners walk to cross over to Pakistan through the Indo-Pak joint check post on Attari-Wagha border, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Amritsar. India released 28 Pakistani prisoners from various jails in India as a goodwill gesture. BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010. BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010. Chairman of All India Anti-Terrorist Front MS Bitta takes a look of a rocket bomb, used by Pakistan during a firing recently, during his visit to Bamial sector along the international border near Pathankot. Maj Gen Muhammad Yaqub Khan, DG Pakistan Rangers, presenting sweet boxes to BSF jawans on his arrival for a meeting, at Indian side of Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah International Border near Amritsar. During this meeting both the forces will discuss matters pertaining to defence constructions, firing incidents, border problems and crime like drug trafficking, infiltration and other border related issues. Union Home Minister P Chidambaram being presented a memento by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal during inauguration of an Integrated Check Post at Attari-Wahga international border about 45 km from Amritsar to facilitate trade and passengers traffic between India and Pakistan. Body of a suspected intruder lies as BSF soldiers stand guard at the site of an encounter on the Indo-Pak border at Rajatal, Atari, near Amritsar. The BSF, claimed to have killed an alleged Pakistani smuggler and seized 5.5 kilograms of heroin along with fake Indian currency and one pistol. Pakistani Rangers, in black, and Border Security Force soldiers participate in the 'Beating the Retreat' ceremony at the joint India-Pakistan border check post at Wagah, about 40 kilometers from Amritsar, India Indian fishermen bow down as they cross over to India after being released from imprisonment by Pakistani authorities at the joint India-Pakistan check post at Wagah, about 40 kilometers from Amritsar. Pakistani authorities released 100 Indian fishermen Saturday who had been held on allegations they illegally crossed into Pakistan's waters. Pakistani Rangers (L) and Border Security Force (BSF) personnel perform the daily beating the retreat ceremony at the India-Pakistan Border at Wagah In this photo taken Sunday, July 19, 2009, border guards of India, right, and Pakistan, face one another at a daily closing ceremony at the Wagha border post near Lahore, Pakistan. Eid Mubarak. Pakistan Rangers Brigadier Kamran giving sweets to his BSF counterpart HS Dhillon on the occasion of “Eid ul Zuha' festival at Indo Pak Attari-Wahga border about 45 km from Amritsar on Saturday. PTI PhotoImage Border Security Force soldiers patrol around Pakistan-Gujarat border, in Ahmedabad. BSF soldiers patrol near the border pillar no. 1175 at the Indo-Pak border in Kutch district, in Gujarat. Security personnel frisk passengers on Jammu-Poonch highway, about 17 kilometers from Jammu. Security has been beefed up in J&K following cross border firing from Pakistan twice in less than ten hours. High alert has been sounded in Jammu. A Pakistani Border Guard unfurls Pakistan's national flag as school girls sing the national anthem on the occasion of Pakistan's 62nd Independence Day at Wagah border check post near Amritsar.
Nov 09, 2014
Policemen display a mortar shell in the village Kamalkot following cross-border firing at Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector, J&K.

- PTI Photo
Nov 03, 2014
BSF Jawans keep vigil at Attari international border. The security has been tightened up after a suicide bomb attack at Wagah, in Pakistan.

- PTI Photo
Nov 03, 2014
BSF and Pak Rangers perform at the beating the retreat ceremony after a suicide bombing at the Pakistan-Indian border post, in Wagah, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/ K.M. Chaudary
Nov 03, 2014
Pakistani border guards perform high kicks during a flag lowering ceremony after a suicide bombing at the Pakistan-Indian border post, in Wagah, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/ K.M. Chaudary
Nov 03, 2014
BSF jawans with sniffer dogs checking luggage of passengers at Attari international border. The security have been beefed up in the region after the Sunday's suicide bomb attack at Wagah in Pakistan.

- PTI Photo
Nov 03, 2014
A security jawan checking luggage of passengers at Attari international border. The security have been beefed up in the region after a suicide bomb attack at Wagah, in Pakistan.

- PTI Photo
Nov 03, 2014
International Indo-Pak, Attari border closed after bomb blast at Wagah (Pakistan).

- PTI Photo/ Shiva Sharma
Nov 03, 2014
Tourists along with BSF jawans at Attari border after bomb blast at Wagah.

- PTI Photo/ Shiva Sharma
Nov 02, 2014
BSF officers show drugs and weapons seized near Indo-Pak border outpost at Boharwadala in Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Oct 16, 2014
Shell Shocked The mortar shell that destroyed the roof of this house in Arnia sector

- PTI
Oct 16, 2014
Cross-border victim BSF constable Sanjay Dhar lost his life

- AFP (From Outlook 27 Octoberr 2014)
Oct 16, 2014
Enemy fired Mortar shells in Chanana, Arnia

- PTI
Oct 16, 2014
Lives uprooted Fleeing Chilyari village of the Samba sector in J&K

- AP
Oct 16, 2014
Ashiq Hussain of Khardi Karmara village in Poonch district, lost an eye and his hands in a landmine blast in 2012, while playing in a stream that runs his grandfather’s watermill. He was 12 then.

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Oct 16, 2014
Safia Begum now 36, lost her hand to a landmine when she was six, her son lost his when eight. They now live a life of misery in the border village of Pukharni in Nowshera sector of Rajouri.

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Oct 16, 2014
Shaheen Fatima lost her right eye and one hand in a landmine blast in 2009 when she was 11. Her father says they have received no help from the govt despite CM Omar Abdullah’s assurance.

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Oct 15, 2014
BSF personnel patrolling along the fence of Indo-Pak international border at Nueshera Dhalla in Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Oct 11, 2014
Army personnel providing food to villagers at a relief camp in shelling-hit Deoli Village at Arnia sector in Jammu district

- PTI Photo
Oct 11, 2014
A boy walks inside his house damaged in the Oct. 7 firing between Indian and Pakistan at the border area of Treava village in Arnia sector, in Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 10, 2014
Border women take shelter in an army bunker during shelling from the Pakistani side at Abdullian village, about 35 kms from Jammu on Thursday night.

- PTI Photo
Oct 10, 2014
People take shelter at Abdullian village, in Jammu and Kashmir. After nine days of heavy firing and mortar shelling from across the border, firing de-escalated along the 192-km long International Border in Jammu frontier overnight with Pakistan opening fire on four border out posts in Kathua district.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 09, 2014
A resident shows a part of the mortar shell fired from the Pakistani side of the International Border Ramgarh sector in Langoor village, near Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 09, 2014
A group of activists carrying posters with the flag and portrait of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif march towards the residence of Pakistan High Commissioner to India in New Delhi. The activists group were protesting against firing by Pakistan troops from across the border.

- AP Photo/ Altaf Qadri
Oct 09, 2014
The Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Defence, Arun Jaitley delivering a statement before the media on the border situation of Jammu & Kashmir, in New Delhi. In the strongest warning yet over unabated ceasefire violations from across the border, India asserted that Pakistan will not be able to bear the cost of this "adventurism" if it persists with such "unprovoked" aggression.

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Oct 09, 2014
Village women salvage their belongings from one of the houses damaged in firing by Pakistani troops at Village Nanga, in Ramgarh sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 09, 2014
A man shows mortar shell marks on the wall of his house after shelling from the Pakistani side at Lalyal Camp Kanachak sector in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 09, 2014
A border security force soldier is carried on a stretcher for treatment at the Government Medical College Hospital after being injured in Pakistan firing at the border area in Ranbir Singh Pura, in Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 09, 2014
Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Defence, Arun Jaitley delivering a statement before the media on the border situation of Jammu & Kashmir, in New Delhi.

- PTI Photo
Oct 09, 2014
Women clean the rubble in their house which was damaged during shelling from the Pakistani side in Ramgarh rector in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 08, 2014
A civilian, injured in reported firing from the Pakistani side of the border in Samba, arrives for treatment at the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 08, 2014
A man injured by the shelling from the Pakistan side being taken to a government hospital in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 08, 2014
Villagers sit in a tractor as they flee their homes fearing firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Chilyari village of Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 08, 2014
A man carries a boy, injured in firing and shelling from Pakistan side at Jora farm in Ranbir Singh Pura of the India-Pakistan border, for treatment to the government medical college hospital, in Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 08, 2014
A injured boy is carried on a stretcher for treatment to the government medical college hospital, in Jammu following firing from the Pakistani side of the border in Samba.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 07, 2014
A villager shows the bullet marks on a shutter of a shop after firing from the Pakistani side at Trewa More at Arnia sector in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 07, 2014
A villager walks near damaged shops hit by mortar attack allegedly fired from the Pakistan’s side in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. Breaching the ceasefire for the 17th time this month, Pakistan Rangers targeted 40 Border Out Posts and 25 border hamlets by resorting to heavy mortar shelling and firing along the International Border in Jammu and Samba districts of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving three persons injured.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 07, 2014
An injured child being treated at the Government Medical College Hospital after firing from the Pakistani side injured him in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 07, 2014
Women and children residing near the border leave their homes on a horse cart as they move to safer areas after firing from the Pakistani side at Arnia sector in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 06, 2014
A villager enters a door of his residence near mortar shell marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan's side at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu. In one of the worst ceasefire violations by Pakistan, five villagers were killed and 29 injured.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 06, 2014
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah during cremation of victims of the firing by Pakistan Rangers, in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 06, 2014
Villagers show mortar shell marks on a wall after indiscriminate firing by Pakistan Rangers at a residential area near the India-Pakistan international border in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 06, 2014
Villagers gather near bed sheets stained with blood in alleged firing from the Pakistan’s side while the residents were asleep on roof of their house, at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 06, 2014
Relatives of victims killed in mortar shell firing allegedly from the Pakistan's side, weep inside their residential house at Masha da kothe village, in Arnia Sector near the India-Pakistan international border, about 47 kilometers from Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 06, 2014
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah meets one of the injured persons at the Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu following the indiscriminate firing by Pakistan Rangers.

- PTI Photo
Oct 04, 2014
A villager shows bullet marks on the wall of his house after a firing from Pakistan side in Kaku Da Kotha village at Arnia sector in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 04, 2014
A mortar shell seen through a damaged wall allegedly fired into a residential area from the Pakistan side in Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Sep 22, 2014
Activists of Youth congress protest against Bilawal Bhutto son of Late Benazir Bhutto for his recent remark on Kashimir, in Bengaluru

- PTI Photo
Sep 17, 2014
Bollywood actors Fawad Khan and Sonam Kapoor with BSF officers during promotion of their upcoming film Khoobsurat at Attari international border

- PTI Photo
Sep 05, 2014
A Pakistani Ranger (R) and an Indian Border Security Force Jawan march during the flag-alowering ceremony at the Wagah border.

- AFP (From Outlook 15 September 2014)
Sep 02, 2014
J&K CM Omar Abdullah looks at a utensil while meeting the villagers affected by Pakistani shelling at a village at India-Pakistan International Border of RS Pura Sector about 38km from Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Sep 02, 2014
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah looking at mortar shells while meeting the villagers affected by Pakistani shelling in Jeora village at India-Pakistan international border of RS Pura Sector about 38km from Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Aug 27, 2014
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other officials being briefed on border situation in Jammu and Kashmir by Director General of Border Security Force, Devendra Kumar Pathak in New Delhi.

- PTI Photo/ PIB
Aug 26, 2014
An Army jawan during an encounter with militants, at Kalaro in Kupwara district.

- PTI Photo
Aug 26, 2014
People of border villages who are affected by Pakistani shelling, at a camp at Salehar village in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Aug 25, 2014
Women and children sit in a tractor as they leave their homes and move to a night shelter anticipating firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Abdullian village in Ranbir Singh Pura, in Jammu and Kashmir

- PTI Photo
Aug 25, 2014
Army personnel during an encounter with the militants at Lolaab Forest in Kupwara district

- PTI Photo
Aug 23, 2014
A woman displays a mortar shell allegedly fired on a residential area from the Pakistan side of the border in Ranbir Singh Pura region, Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Aug 19, 2014
Indian policemen guard outside the Pakistan High Commission as Kashmiri separatist leaders arrive for talks with the Pakistani high commissioner in New Delhi on Aug. 19. In a blow of efforts to improve often-hostile ties, India on Monday called off talks with Pakistan over a meeting between its ambassador and Kashmiri separatists.

- AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal
Aug 15, 2014
BSF Inspector General, Punjab Frontier, Ashok Kumar giving sweets and fruit basket to Pakistani Rangers wing Commander Mohammad Asher Khan on the occasion of Independence Day in Attari.

- PTI Photo
Aug 11, 2014
The damage at a wall caused by a mortar shell that was allegedly fired from the Pakistan side at Pindi village in Arnia sector of Jammu district.

- PTI Photo
Aug 11, 2014
A man shows mortar shells allegedly fired from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border at Pindi village in Arnia sector in Jammu district.

- PTI Photo
May 19, 2014
Indian army soldiers run as they look for suspected rebels near the site of gun-battle at Chadoora town, about 25 kilometers south of Srinagar.

- AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan
May 11, 2014
D K Pathak, Director General, BSF, gifting a sweet basket to an official of the Pakistan Rangers at Wagah.

- PTI Photo
Mar 15, 2014
Actor Raza Murad along with his family members on way to Pakistan via Attari border.

- PTI Photo
Jan 26, 2014
Border Security Force soldiers dance to the tunes of patriotic songs during Republic Day celebrations at the Wagah border near Amritsar.

- AP Photo/Sanjeev Syal
Dec 25, 2013
Indian army soldiers during a training session at a battle school in Rajouri, near Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Dec 25, 2013
In this Dec. 23, 2013 photo, Indian army soldiers patrol near one of their forward post at the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, at Krishna Ghati (KG Sector) in Poonch.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Dec 25, 2013
In this Dec. 22, 2013 photo, a Border Security Force (BSF) soldier speaks to family members at one of the forward posts near the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, at Krishna Ghati (KG Sector) in Poonch.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Dec 24, 2013
Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia before the delegation level meeting at the Wagah-Attari border.

- PTI Photo
Dec 24, 2013
BSF Delegation led by Director General, BSF India going to Pakistan via Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar, to hold meeting with Pakistan Rangers on various border management issues.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Dec 24, 2013
Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia during the delegation level meeting at the Wagah-Attari border.

- PTI Photo
Dec 19, 2013
Indian and Pakistani Army officials exchange boxes of sweets during a flag meeting at Chakan-da-Bagh in Poonch, Jammu & Kashmir.

- PTI Photo
Dec 07, 2013
Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol the Paharpur India-Pakistan international border post at Kathua district, about 110 kilometers from Jammu. A BSF officer said that multi-layered security has been put in place and ruled out any infiltration or breach of fencing in Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Nov 28, 2013
Officials of Indian foreign ministry and district administration carrying the belongings of Sarabjit Singh who was murdered in Pakistan in May, 2013, on it's arrival at Attari- Wagah border.

- PTI photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 28, 2013
Emotional family members of Sarabjit Singh standing next to his belongings which arrived in India via Attari-Wagah International border.

- PTI photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 03, 2013
Indian Border Security Force soldiers and villagers celebrate Diwali, near the India-Pakistan international border area, at Ranbir Singh Pora, about 33 kilometers (21 miles) from Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Oct 25, 2013
A villager points out the bullet marks on the wall of a house allegedly fired from Pakistan side in Garkhyal village at India-Pakistan international border in Pargwal sector of Akhnoor in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 23, 2013
BSF officers pay tributes near the coffin of soldier Mukeshlal Meena, who was killed in RS Pura Sector in the firing from Pakistan side, during a wreath laying ceremony in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 23, 2013
Border Security Force soldiers carry the coffin of colleague Mukesh Lal Meena, allegedly killed after a shell was fired from the Pakistan side of the border, in Jammu.

- AP Photo
Oct 23, 2013
School girl displays a bullet allegedly fired on a school from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border area at Aria, about 42 kilometers south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 21, 2013
Villagers look at a mortar shell found in Samba district of Jammu. According to reports, Pakistan troops resorted to unprovoked heavy firing targeting Indian Border posts and civilian population.

- Channi Anand/ AP Photo
Oct 21, 2013
A man holds a mortar shell recovered from a residential area at Jerda village in Samba district. Recently, Pakistan troops had opened heavy firing targeting Indian Border posts and civilian population.

- Channi Anand/ AP Photo
Oct 20, 2013
Vilagers of Suchetgarh border shift to a community hall due to shelling from Pakistan side at Kali Bari village in Samba, Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 20, 2013
Villagers who fled from their homes in Suchetgarh Kullian village, near the India Pakistan border arrive seeking shelter at a community center at Samba, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Oct 19, 2013
Bero Devi touches blood stains on a wall of her bullet-riddled home in Najwal village on the India-Pakistan border, about 44 kilometers from Jammu. Bero Devi claimed four members of her family were injured by firing and shelling from the Pakistan side of the border.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Oct 19, 2013
Villagers display part of a shell which allegedly was fired from Pakistan side and hit a home and livestocks at a village near the Indo-Pak international border at R S Pura Sector.

- PTI Photo
Oct 19, 2013
A villager points at bullet holes on the wall of his house in Rangpur at Pargwal sector of Akhnoor about 40 kms from Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Oct 17, 2013
A young child, injured in a firing from Pakistani side in Pargawal area of Akhnoor sector, is shifted to Government Medical College hospital in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Sep 16, 2013
BSF soldiers patrol near the India-Pakistan international border fencing at Garkhal near Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Aug 21, 2013
Girls in colourful attires tying 'Rakhis' on the wrists of BSF jawans on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border.

- PTI Photo
Aug 21, 2013
Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit Singh tying 'Rakhi' on the wrist of a BSF jawan on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border.

- PTI Photo
Aug 15, 2013
BSF jawans stand guard near border fence at Octrai post, 25 km from Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Aug 14, 2013
Supporters of Pakistani religious group Jamaat-ud-Dawah burn Indian flags at a rally in Karachi, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/ Fareed Khan
Aug 14, 2013
Pakistan troops, right, give sweet to their Indian counterparts on the occasion of Pakistan's Independence Day at Wagah border. The Pakistani military accused Indian troops of carrying out a new round of shelling along Kashmir border.

- AP Photo/ Hamza Ahmed
Aug 10, 2013
File Photo: Amidst heightened tension on the border over the killing of five Indian soldiers, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire yet again by firing 7000 rounds of heavy ammunition and mortar shells for seven hours at Indian posts along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

- PTI File Photo
Aug 10, 2013
Family members of slain army jawan Vijay Kumar Rai staging a dharna in Bihta, Patna.

- PTI Photo
Aug 09, 2013
BSF and Pak Rangers exchange sweets on the occasion of Id-ul-Fitr at Attari-Wagha border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 08, 2013
BJP student wing activists burn Pakistani flags during a protest in Ahmedabad.

- AP Photo/ Ajit Solanki
Aug 08, 2013
Soldiers carrying the coffin of Naik Kundalik Mane during his funeral procession at his native village Pimpalgaon in Kolhapur district. Mane who was among five soldiers killed in the ambush along Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch Sector, was cremated with full military honours.

- PTI Photo
Aug 07, 2013
People burn Pakistani flags and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif effigy during a protest in Ahmedabad over the killing of Indian army soldiers in Poonch.

- PTI Photo
Aug 07, 2013
Army chief General Bikram Singh, center, and other army officers salute next to the coffins of Indian soldiers allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers during a wreath laying ceremony in Jammu.

- AP Photo/ Indian Army
Aug 07, 2013
Congress party's youth wing activists try to break barricades as police use water cannon to stop them during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, New Delhi.

- AP Photo/ Tsering Topgyal
Aug 07, 2013
Union Defence Minister AK Antony speaks in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi during ongoing monsoon session.

- PTI Photo/ TV GRAB
Aug 07, 2013
BJP MPs at the Lok Sabha in New Delhi during ongoing monsoon session.

- PTI Photo/ TV GRAB
Aug 07, 2013
Hindu Sena activists shout slogans during a protest near Pakistan House in New Delhi against the killing of five army soldiers in Poonch.

- PTI Photo/ Vijay Kumar Joshi
Aug 07, 2013
Shiv Sena activists burn a Pakistani flag during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, in Jammu.

- AP Photo
Aug 07, 2013
BJP members burn an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against killing of 5 Indian Jawans by Pakistani Military uniformed Terrorists, in Hyderabad.

- PTI Photo
Aug 07, 2013
Youth Congress activists during a protest against the death of five Indian army soldiers in cross-border exchanges, in Hyderabad.

- AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A
Aug 07, 2013
Soldiers carry the coffin of one of their colleagues who was killed by Pakistan at the border, in New Delhi.

- AP Photo
Aug 07, 2013
Indian Army soldiers patrol at an army helipad near the Line of Control (LoC) near Poonch.

- PTI Photo
Aug 06, 2013
Activist of Shiv Sena and Dogra Front shout slogans during a protest in Jammu against the killing of five Indian soldiers in an ambush by Pakistani troops in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district.

- PTI Photo
Aug 06, 2013
Indian Army soldiers during a search operation in Poonch in the wake of killing of five jawans by the Pakistan army.

- PTI Photo
Aug 06, 2013
File Photo: Indian army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control (LOC) in Jammu & Kashmir. In an audacious and provocative attack, Pakistani troops entered Indian territory along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir late last night and ambushed a patrol killing five Indian soldiers.

- AP Photo/ Mukhtar Khan, File
Jun 27, 2013
A Pakistani ranger officer shares a light moment with an Indian Border Security Force officer near the shrine of a Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post near Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jun 27, 2013
Indian Border Security Force officials offer a chadar handed by Pakistani rangers at the shrine of a Sufi saint Baba Dalip Singh Manhas during the annual Chamliyal fair near the India-Pakistan international border at Chamliyal post, Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
May 01, 2013
Sarabjit Singh's wife Sukhpreet Kaur, right, sister Dalbir Kaur, second from left, and daughters Poonam, left, and Swapandeep hold hands after entering India at the Wagah border.

- AP Photo/Prabhjot Gill
Apr 28, 2013
Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur, wife Sukhpreet Kaur and daughters Poonam and Swapandeep Kaur crossing the Attari/Wagah international border to meet Sarabjit Singh at Jinnah hospital,Pakistan.

- PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma
Mar 27, 2013
BSF women constable and Jawan’s celebrate “Holi at Indo-Pak Attari/ Wagha borde near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Feb 21, 2013
Daily legshow at the Wagah-Attari border

- AFP (From Outlook 04 March 2013)
Feb 07, 2013
Kargil ahoy! Sharif, Musharraf at Keil, near LoC, Feb ’99

- AFP (From Outlook 18 February 2013)
Feb 07, 2013
Indian artillery barrage during Kargil war

- Outlook Archives/T. Narayan
Jan 29, 2013
Security personnel escort a bus from Pakistan on its arrival on the outskirts of Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Jan 28, 2013
Cross-border trade and bus service between India and Pakistan resumes in Poonch.

- PTI Photo
Jan 26, 2013
BSF Commandant Satish Kumar giving sweets to Pakistan Rangers' Wing Commander Adnan Sher Khan on the occasion of 64th Republic Day at Attari border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Jan 18, 2013
Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) at Silikot in Jammu and Kashmir

- PTI Photo
Jan 17, 2013
Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar.

- AP Photo/Dar Yasin
Jan 17, 2013
Indian army soldiers stand guard at the last Indian post near near the Line of Control in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar.

- AP Photo/Dar Yasin
Jan 17, 2013


- Sorit
Jan 17, 2013
Done thing? Army chief Bikram Singh lays a wreath on slain soldier Lance Naik Hemraj’s picture in Shergarh on January 16

- Tribhuvan Tiwari
Jan 17, 2013
Churonda village in Uri sector where a Pak soldier was killed

- Waseem Andrabi
Jan 17, 2013
Righteous brothers Bajrang Dal protesters in the capital

- AP
Jan 16, 2013
Border Security Force soldiers patrol along the international border fencing at Suchetgarh area south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 16, 2013
Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh and his wife Surjeet Kaur talks with family members of lance Naik Hemraj at village Shernagar near Mathura, UP.

- PTI Photo
Jan 16, 2013
Pakistani land mine detected in Indian territory along the LoC.

- PTI Photo
Jan 16, 2013
A Kashmiri villager displays a box allegedly damaged by firing from the Pakistan side of the border, inside his home near the Line of Control.

- PTI Photo
Jan 16, 2013
An Indian army bunker stands in front of a civilian residence at the Line of Control , in Churunda village.

- PTI Photo
Jan 16, 2013
Border Security Force soldiers stand guard in front of the Indian side of an India-Pakistan border gate at Suchetgarh, south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 16, 2013
TV Grab - Smoke rises after firing by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday evening.

- PTI Photo
Jan 16, 2013
Army chief Gen. Bikram Singh speaks with family members of Indian army soldier Lance Naik Hemraj who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers on the Line of Control, at Sherpur village in Uttar Pradesh.

- AP Photo
Jan 16, 2013
Pakistani land mines detected in Indian territory along the LoC.

- PTI Photo
Jan 15, 2013
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses at a function for conferment of Department of Atomic Energy's Lifetime Achievement Award for the year 2011 in New Delhi. Breaking his silence, Singh gave a tough message to Pakistan that it cannot be business as usual in the aftermath of the beheading of an Indian soldier on the Line of Control last week.

- PTI Photo/ Subhav Shukla
Jan 15, 2013
Border Security Force patrol along the international border fencing at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu

- PTI Photo
Jan 15, 2013
An Indian Border Security Force (BSF) stands guard at the international border at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Jan 15, 2013
Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K

- AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan
Jan 15, 2013
Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K.

- AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan
Jan 14, 2013
Army chief Gen. Bikram Singh addresses a press conference in New Delhi.

- AP Photo
Jan 14, 2013
Commander of the 10th Brigade, Brig. T.S. Sandhu (R) and his Pakistani counterpart Faisal (L) shake hands during India-Pakistan flag meeting arranged to defuse tension along the Line of Control (LOC) at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch.

- PTI Photo
Jan 14, 2013
Indian army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control (LOC) trade centre at the Chakan Da Bagh, in Poonch, 245 kilometers (152 miles) northwest of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 13, 2013
Activists of a local organisation burn an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against the alleged killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

- PTI Photo/Kamal Singh
Jan 13, 2013
A doctor checks condition of Dharamwati, wife of lance naik Hemraj Singh who is sitting on hunger strike and member of parliament Jayant Chaudhary sits with villagers of Sherpur village where Henraj was cremated.

- Combo Image/PTI
Jan 13, 2013
Children run near the India-Pakistan international border fencing at Suchet Garh, about 27 kilometers (17 miles) south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 13, 2013
Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers and Pakistani Rangers, in black, takes part in a daily retreat ceremony at the Joint Check Post at Wagah near Amritsar.

- AP Photo/Sanjeev Syal
Jan 13, 2013
Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers and Pakistani Rangers, in black, takes part in a daily retreat ceremony at the Joint Check Post at Wagah near Amritsar.

- AP Photo/Sanjeev Syal
Jan 12, 2013
Protestors burn a flag of Pakistan during a demonstration in Bhubaneswar. India has formally complained about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Biswaranjan Rout
Jan 12, 2013
BJP Assam Pradesh President Sarbananda Sonwal along with other party members staging a protest against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in Guwahati.

- PTI Photo
Jan 11, 2013
BSF soldiers stand guard during a night patrol near international border fencing at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 11, 2013
A Pakistani Ranger in black uniform and his Indian counterpart, march during a flag off ceremony, at the joint Pakistan-India border check post of Wagah near Lahore, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary
Jan 11, 2013
BJP workers holding a protest at Vikas Marg against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in New Delhi.

- PTI Photo/Atul Yadav
Jan 11, 2013
BJP activists burning an effigy of Pakistan during a protest against the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, in Bhopal.

- PTI Photo
Jan 11, 2013
Pakistani Army soldiers carry the casket of their colleague, Havildar Mohyuddin, who was killed by Indian troops firing on a post in the disputed Kashmir border, following a funeral prayer in Jhelum, Pakistan.

- AP Photo
Jan 10, 2013
Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad shout slogans and burn an effigy representing Pakistan during a protest in Jammu. India has formally summoned Pakistan about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 10, 2013
Army personnel paying respect to Lance Naik Hemraj Singh who was killed by Pakistani soldiers on the Line-of-Control in Kashmir, during his funeral at his village in Mathura district.

- PTI Photo
Jan 10, 2013
Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad shout slogans and burn a flag of Pakistan during a protest, in Jammu. India has formally complained about an attack on an Indian army patrol in LoC that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 10, 2013
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan paying floral tributes to martyr Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh during his last rites at Dadhiya village of Sidhi district. The soldier was allegedly killed by Pakistani troops in J&K.

- PTI Photo
Jan 10, 2013
Activists of Bajrang Dal shout slogans during a protest over killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Jan 10, 2013
Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol along the India-Pakistan border in Suchitgarh near Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Jan 10, 2013
Congress activists light candles for paying tributes to martyr soldiers Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lance Naik Hemraj, who were killed in an encounter with Pakistan soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, in Bhopal.

- PTI Photo
Jan 10, 2013
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar speaks during a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Khar said that she hoped the recent incidents would not derail the process of improving relations between the India and Pakistan. She told reporters that she wants to continue down the track of "trust building" and "normalizing the region, which has been very unstable because of irresponsible actions and statements."

- AP Photo/Anjum Naveed
Jan 10, 2013
A BSF patrol on the LoC; right, protests against the Indian soldiers’ deaths

- AFP (From Outlook Magazine Jan 21, 2013 Issue)
Jan 09, 2013
Pakistan High Commissioner to India Salman Bashir arrives at the Indian External Affairs Ministry in New Delhi. India today summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner to convey a "strong protest" over the Pakistani Army action in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to "barbaric and inhuman mutilation" in Jammu and Kashmir.

- AP Photo/ Tsering Topgyal
Jan 09, 2013
Army officers pay their respects at the coffins of soldiers Lans Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lans Naik Hamraj who were killed in the attack by Pakistani army, at Rajouri.

- PTI Photo
Jan 09, 2013
File photo of Indian Army soldiers, Lans Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lans Naik Hamraj who were killed by the Pakistani army in Jammu & Kashmir.

- PTI Photo/ TV Grab
Jan 09, 2013
BJP supporters scuffle with policemen as they try to scale a police barricade during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Jan 09, 2013
Indian Army soldiers carry a coffin containing the body of a colleague who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers at Rajouri.

- AP Photo
Jan 09, 2013
Vandemataram Samiti workers burn a Pakistani flag to protest the killing of two Indian soldiers on the border, in Varanasi.

- PTI Photo
Jan 09, 2013
Indian army soldiers patrol near the line of control after reported cease-fire violation, in Mendhar, about 175 kilometers from Srinagar. India today summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner to convey a "strong protest" over the Pakistani Army action in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to "barbaric and inhuman mutilation" in Jammu and Kashmir.

- AP Photo/ Channi Anand
Jan 09, 2013
People take out a candle light march to pay tribute to Indian Army soldiers during protest against Pakistan's brutal killing of two Indian Army soldiers, in Allahabad.

- PTI Photo
Jan 09, 2013
BJP supporters shout slogans during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. Pakistan allegedly attacked and killed two Indian soldiers at the LoC in J&K.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Jan 09, 2013
An army soldier patrols near the line of control after reported ceasefire violation, in Mendhar, Poonch district in J&K.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jan 09, 2013
BJP supporters set a Pakistani flag on fire during a protest against Pakistan in New Delh. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Jan 09, 2013
BJP supporters shout slogans as they try to cross a police barricade during a protest against Pakistan in New Delhi. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Jan 09, 2013
Army soldiers offer prayers near the body of a colleague who was allegedly killed by Pakistani soldiers, in Rajouri. India summoned Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi to formally complain about an attack on an Indian army patrol in Kashmir that killed two soldiers and left their bodies mutilated.

- AP Photo
Dec 19, 2012
BSF DIG P S Bains receives Pakistan Rangers DG Brig Muhammad Jamil and his delegation on their arrival via Attari / Wagah border for a meeting to discuss various border issues.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Dec 15, 2012
Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia receiving a Pakistani delegation led by Law Minister of Punjab (Pakistan) Rana Sanaullah at Attari-Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 21, 2012
BSF and Pak Rangers at beating the retreat ceremony at Attari-Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 16, 2012
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on his arrival at Attari-Wagah border after completing his Pakistan tour.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 15, 2012
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home through Wagah border after they were released by the Indian authority on completion of their jail terms.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Nov 13, 2012
BSF DIG Baby Joseph exchanging "Diwali" greetings with Pakistan Rangers' Wing Commander Adnana at Attari-Wagah Indo-Pak international border.

- PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma
Oct 27, 2012
BSF DIG Baby Joseph (L) presents sweets to Pakistani Rangers Wing Commander Adnan on the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha at Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 22, 2012
A 17-member delegation of Pakistani Parliamentarians led by senator Mohammad Jehangir arrives through Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 20, 2012
Mohd Sohail Riaz, Wing Commander, Pakistan Rangers, presenting sweets to Border Security Force DIG ID Singh on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr at Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 20, 2012
A Hindu family from Pakistan arrives at Attari railway station.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 14, 2012
Director General, Pakistan Rangers, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Hilal Hussain, giving sweets basket to Border Security Force DIG Sanjeev Bhanot on the occasion of Pakistan's 66th Independence Day at Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 11, 2012
Hindu pilgrims arriving in India from Pakistan via Attari-Wagah border. A total of 223 pilgrims have arrived to India to visit Amritsar, Haridwar, Indore, Rishikesh and Delhi on a 33-day visa.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 02, 2012
Director General of BSF, U K Bansal (C) along with officers inspecting the opening of a tunnel that was found underneath the Indo-Pak border fence, some 300 mts inside the Indian Territory at Chachwal Samba about 70 km from Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Aug 02, 2012
BSF women constables tying rakhis on the wrists of BSF officers on the occasion of 'Raksha Bandhan' festival at Indo Pak Border, about 35 km from Amritsar.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 02, 2012
A 400-metre long tunnel discovered along the international border in the Samba sector, Jammu— near the Chillayari outpost— after mud cave-ins. The BSF protests with Pak Rangers.

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Jul 10, 2012
September 17, 1965. Pakistan's Ayub v India's Shastri

- Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com
Jul 10, 2012
August 2, 1971. "Pakistan Refugees" "Pakistan's Agony". Translated, it would mean Bangladesh [East Paistan] Refugees in India and Bangaldesh's agony.

- Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com
Jul 10, 2012
December 6, 1971. Conflict in Asia: India v. Pakistan

- Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com
Jul 10, 2012
December 20, 1971. "The Bloody Birth of Bangladesh"

- Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com
Jul 10, 2012
January 14, 2002. Asia edition.

- Time Magazine, time.com
Jul 10, 2012
July 11, 2005 | Asia ed

- Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com
Jul 01, 2012
A thirty member delegation of Pakistan Rangers led by Director General’s Rizwan Akhtar DG, Sindh and Mian Mohad Hilal, DG, Punjab, arrive in India at Wagah border to hold meeting with their counterparts at Delhi.

- PTI Photo
Jun 30, 2012
File Photo: BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010. The Times of India (TOI) quoted Border Security Force (BSF) Inspector-General (Frontier) Aditya Mishra as having told the newspaper recently that Pakistan has also agreed to women platoon commanders for the beating retreat ceremony.

- PTI File Photo
Jun 28, 2012
Pakistani rangers carry sweets during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jun 28, 2012
Pakistani rangers interact with Indian Border Security Force (BSF) officials during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jun 28, 2012
Pakistani devotees carry a chadar during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Jun 28, 2012
Surjeet Singh waves on his arrival at the Indian side of Attari-Wagah border after being released by the Pakistani authorities. Setting foot on home soil after 31 years, Surjeet Singh arrived to an emotional welcome by friends and family who broke into celebrations on catching his glimpse. 69-year-old Singh, who was released from Lahore's Kot Lakhpat Jail this morning, crossed to the Indian side at Wagah border after being handed over by Pakistani security personnel who had held him by an iron chain attached to his belt.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Jun 12, 2012
Indian Defense Secretary Shashikant Sharama holds talk with his Pakistani counterpart Nargis Sethi at the Defense Ministry in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Top defense officials from the two countries held talks on the dispute over Siachen.

- AP Photo/Anjum Naveed
Jun 03, 2012
Indian cricket captain and honorary Lt Col Mahendra Singh Dhoni poses with army officials during his visit to the Kaman Aman Setu at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir.

- PTI Photo
Jun 03, 2012
Indian cricket captain and honorary Lt Col Mahendra Singh Dhoni visits the Line of Control (LoC) on the Jammu and Kashmir border with Pakistan at Bimbar Gali in Poonch.

- PTI Photo
Jun 02, 2012
Lieutenant Colonel Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian cricket captain, during an interaction with soldiers on the Line of Control at Jammu and Kashmir's border with Pakistan, near Jammu.

- PTI Photo
May 29, 2012
Pakistani prisoners at Attari-Wahga international border on their way to home after completion of their jail terms in India.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
May 17, 2012
Border Security Force personnel keeping a strict vigil at the Integrated Check Post at Indo-Pak International Border, at Attari a day after reports of threat to Pakistan side of ICP by Taliban militants.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Apr 13, 2012
People celebrate Baisakhi festival at Indo-Pak Border in Jammu.

- PTI Photo
Apr 12, 2012
A BSF jawan guards near a newly constructed gate at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah joint check post on Thursday. The newly constructed gates at the integrated check-post (ICP) at the Indo-Pakistan Wagah border will be inaugurated by Home Minister P. Chidambaram on April 13 2012.

- PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma
Apr 09, 2012
A view of newly constructed gates at the India-Pakistan Attari-Wagah joint check post in Amritsar. The first integrated checkpost (ICP) at the Indo-Pakistani Wagah border is all set to be inaugurated by Home Minister P. Chidambaram on April 13 2012.

- PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma
Feb 16, 2012
Indian prisoners wave as they arrive through Attari-Wagah international border after completion of their jail terms in Pakistan.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Feb 13, 2012
Commerce, Industry and Textiles Minister Anand Sharma gestures before leaving for Pakistan through Attari-Wagah border. Sharma is leading a 150-member business delegation of chief executives on his three-day visit to Pakistan to boost trade between the two countries.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Jan 26, 2012
BSF DIG Sanjiv Bhanot presents sweets to Pakistan Rangers Wing Commander Sohail Khan on the occasion of 63rd Republic Day at Indo-Pak Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Jan 26, 2012
People waves Tri-colours during 63rd Republic Day celebrations at Indo-Pak Wagah border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Jan 18, 2012
Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers count fake Indian currency at the site of an alleged shoot-out on the India-Pakistan border at Bharopal, Atari some 50 kilometers (27 miles) west of Amritsar. The BSF, claimed to have killed an alleged Pakistani smuggler and seized 17 packets of heroin along with fake Indian currency worth Rs. 9.68 lakhs (US$ 3,998), late Tuesday, police said.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Nov 07, 2011
BSF DIG Sanjeev Bhanot giving sweet basket to Pakistani Rangers wing Commander Sohail Khan on the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha at Indo-Pak Attari-Wahga check-post near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Oct 26, 2011
BSF’s officiating commandant Sushil Negi handing over sweets to Superintendent of Pak Rangers on the occasion of Diwali at Attari International Border.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 31, 2011
Pakistani Rangers official giving sweet box to Indian BSF officials on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitar at Attari-Wagha border about 35 kms from Amritsar.

- PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma
Aug 25, 2011
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after they were released by the Indian government after completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah international border about 35 kms from Amritsar.

- PTI Photo/ Deepak Sharma
Aug 13, 2011
Girls tying Rakhi on the wrists of BSF jawans during celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo-Pak international Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Jul 26, 2011
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after they were released by Indian authorities following completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wahga border about 35 kms from Amritsar. India released 91 Pakistani prisoners.

- PTI Photo
Jul 26, 2011
BSF DIG C Vasudevan is greeted by Brigadier Wali Mohammad, Deputy Director General, Pakistan Rangers, as he leaves for Pakistan side for a delegation level meeting at Attari-Wagah border about 35 kms from Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Jun 28, 2011
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration on completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Jun 06, 2011
Sister Dalbir Kaur of Sarabjit Singh, on death row in Pakistan, before leaving for Pakistan via Indo-Pak Attari-Wahga border about 35 km from Amritsar to meet him in Pakistan's Kot Lakhpat Jail.

- PTI Photo
May 20, 2011
Surveyor General of India S Subba Rao, second from left, holds meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Additional Defence Secretary Rear Admiral Shah Sohail Masood, on the Sir Creek issue in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Pakistan and India resumed their talks to resolve the maritime boundary dispute after a gap of four years.

- AP Photo/B.K.Bangash
May 11, 2011
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration on completion of their jail terms, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Apr 21, 2011
A delegation of Pakistani Hindus wave on their arrival at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar, to pay obeisance at various temples in India.

- PTI Photo
Apr 11, 2011
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration, at Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Apr 07, 2011
Gopal Das, center, waves as he enters India at the India-Pakistan border post of Wagah. Pakistan's president canceled the remaining sentence of Das, imprisoned in Pakistan for the last 27 years, on humanitarian grounds in response to an unusual appeal by the Indian Supreme Court.

- AP Photo/ Sanjeev Syal
Apr 07, 2011
Gopal Das is hugged by his sister as he arrives via Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar after serving 27 years of imprisonment in Pakistan. He was arrested in 1984 and was sentenced for twenty five years on spying charges.

- PTI Photo
Apr 07, 2011
Gopal Das raises his hands as he arrives in India via Attari-Wagah border, from Amritsar after serving twenty seven years of imprisonment in Pakistan. He was arrested in 1984 and was sentenced for twenty five years on spying charges.

- PTI Photo
Apr 07, 2011
Gopal Dass stands on an immigration desk at Pakistani border post Wagha along the Indian border following on his way to his country. Das was set free after 27 years following an appeal by the Indian Supreme Court. Das was jailed on spying charges for life imprisonment.

- AP Photo/K.M.Chaudary
Mar 29, 2011
Pakistani cricket fans, on their way to attend the Pakistan and India Cricket World Cup semifinals to be played in Mohali on March 30, photographed at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/ K.M.Chaudary
Mar 29, 2011
Pakistani cricket fans holding national flags leave for India at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan. Ordinary life will stop for several hours as hundreds of millions of fans tune in to follow the India-Pakistan semifinal in Mohali.

- AP Photo/ K.M.Chaudary
Mar 29, 2011
Ejaz Butt, Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board leaves for India at a Wagah border post near Lahore, Pakistan.

- AP Photo/ K.M.Chaudary
Mar 28, 2011
Pakistani cricket fans arrive via Attari-Wagah Indo-Pak border about 35 KM from Amritsar to watch CWC semifinal match between India and Pakistan at Mohali on March 30.

- PTI Photo
Jan 26, 2011
Wing Commander Mohd Usman (L) of Pakistani Rangers gives a sweet packet to BSF DIG Sanjeev Bhanot on the occasion of India's Republic Day celebrations at the Indo-Pak International border near Amritsar

- PTI Photo
Jan 07, 2011
Hundreds of tomato-laden trucks get stranded outside Attari-Wagah border after Indian exporters refused to export any vegetable to Pakistan in protest against its onion export ban, near Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Nov 19, 2010
Sikh devotees wave as they leave for the 542nd birth anniversary celebration of Guru Nanak Dev at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, at Attari Railway station in Amritsar.

- PTI Photo
Nov 17, 2010
A Pakistan Rangers officer gifts sweets to a BSF officer on the occasion of Eid-al-Adha at a check post on Indo-Pak border in RS Pura sector about 30kms from Jammu

- PTI
Sep 06, 2010
Freed Indian fishermen who were arrested by Pakistani authorities, wait for transportation to leave for India outside Malir jail in Karachi, Pakistan. A prison official says 141 Indian fishermen have left for home after being freed by Pakistan.

- AP Photo/Fareed Khan
Aug 30, 2010
Fishermen who were arrested by Pakistani authorities for fishing in Pakistani territory, show Indian currency upon their release in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan released 100 Indian fishermen.

- AP Photo/Fareed Khan
Aug 18, 2010
Released Pakistani prisoners walk to cross over to Pakistan through the Indo-Pak joint check post on Attari-Wagha border, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Amritsar. India released 28 Pakistani prisoners from various jails in India as a goodwill gesture.

- AP Photo/Sanjeev Syal
Jul 23, 2010
BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010.

- PTI Photo
Jul 23, 2010
BSF women constables take part in the 'Beating the Retreat Ceremony' at Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah border near Amritsar on July 22, 2010.

- PTI Photo
Apr 22, 2010
Chairman of All India Anti-Terrorist Front MS Bitta takes a look of a rocket bomb, used by Pakistan during a firing recently, during his visit to Bamial sector along the international border near Pathankot.

- PTI Photo
Mar 28, 2010
Maj Gen Muhammad Yaqub Khan, DG Pakistan Rangers, presenting sweet boxes to BSF jawans on his arrival for a meeting, at Indian side of Indo-Pak Attari-Wagah International Border near Amritsar. During this meeting both the forces will discuss matters pertaining to defence constructions, firing incidents, border problems and crime like drug trafficking, infiltration and other border related issues.

- PTI Photo
Feb 20, 2010
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram being presented a memento by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal during inauguration of an Integrated Check Post at Attari-Wahga international border about 45 km from Amritsar to facilitate trade and passengers traffic between India and Pakistan.

- PTI Photo
Jan 05, 2010
Body of a suspected intruder lies as BSF soldiers stand guard at the site of an encounter on the Indo-Pak border at Rajatal, Atari, near Amritsar. The BSF, claimed to have killed an alleged Pakistani smuggler and seized 5.5 kilograms of heroin along with fake Indian currency and one pistol.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
Dec 26, 2009
Pakistani Rangers, in black, and Border Security Force soldiers participate in the 'Beating the Retreat' ceremony at the joint India-Pakistan border check post at Wagah, about 40 kilometers from Amritsar, India

- AP
Dec 26, 2009
Indian fishermen bow down as they cross over to India after being released from imprisonment by Pakistani authorities at the joint India-Pakistan check post at Wagah, about 40 kilometers from Amritsar. Pakistani authorities released 100 Indian fishermen Saturday who had been held on allegations they illegally crossed into Pakistan's waters.

- AP
Dec 26, 2009
Pakistani Rangers (L) and Border Security Force (BSF) personnel perform the daily beating the retreat ceremony at the India-Pakistan Border at Wagah

- AP
Dec 26, 2009
In this photo taken Sunday, July 19, 2009, border guards of India, right, and Pakistan, face one another at a daily closing ceremony at the Wagha border post near Lahore, Pakistan.

- AP / Vincent Thian
Nov 28, 2009
Eid Mubarak. Pakistan Rangers Brigadier Kamran giving sweets to his BSF counterpart HS Dhillon on the occasion of “Eid ul Zuha' festival at Indo Pak Attari-Wahga border about 45 km from Amritsar on Saturday. PTI PhotoImage

- PTI
Nov 26, 2009
Border Security Force soldiers patrol around Pakistan-Gujarat border, in Ahmedabad.

- PTI Photo
Nov 26, 2009
BSF soldiers patrol near the border pillar no. 1175 at the Indo-Pak border in Kutch district, in Gujarat.

- AP Photo/Ajit Solanki
Sep 18, 2009
Security personnel frisk passengers on Jammu-Poonch highway, about 17 kilometers from Jammu. Security has been beefed up in J&K following cross border firing from Pakistan twice in less than ten hours. High alert has been sounded in Jammu.

- AP Photo/Channi Anand
Aug 14, 2009
A Pakistani Border Guard unfurls Pakistan's national flag as school girls sing the national anthem on the occasion of Pakistan's 62nd Independence Day at Wagah border check post near Amritsar.

- AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
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Policemen display a mortar shell in the village Kamalkot following cross-border firing at Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector, J&K.

- PTI Photo
 
 
 

 
 
 
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