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LoC: Line of Control

Indian army soldier Grenadier Hemraj Jat, who was killed in a ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the line of control on Sunday in Poonch district. Seven people, including five soldiers and a 10-day-old baby, have been killed and several others injured in frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the LoC in the twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri since July.

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Indian Army hand over to Pak Army the body of a seven-year-old boy recovered from a stream flowing from across the Line of Control. The boy, identified as Abid Ahmad Sheikh, was a resident of Kamri, across the LoC in Gilgit-Baltistan.

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Pakistani Kashmiris who fled Chakoti, situated near the Line of Control between India and Pakistan, take refuge in a school at Hatian Bala, 40 kilometers from Muzafarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir.

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People walk through the border town of Chakoti at the Line of Control in Pakistan.

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People climb out of a bunker built outside their home in border town of Chakoti situated at the Line of Control in Pakistan.

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Army personnel carry the mortal remains of Maj Chitresh Singh Bisht, who was martyred while defusing an improvised explosive device (IED) along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir, during his cremation procession in Haridwar.

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Father SS Bisht and mother Rekha Bisht of Maj Chitresh Singh Bisht, who was martyred Saturday in a mine explosion along the Line of Control in Rajouri district, mourn near his mortal remains which were brought to his home in Dehradun.

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“Modi, you should hear it loud and clear. All Pakistanis are not like Nawaz Sharif. They stand united with their armed forces.”

Shiv Sena activists raise slogans and burn a Pakistani flag during a protest against the killing of five people in the heavy shelling by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC), in Jammu.

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A boy holds the tail unit of a mortar shell in front of his damaged house in Nowshera

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Villagers from Jhanghar, Nowshera, take shelter under a culvert after being under mortar attack

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The roof of a Nowshera house after a February 6 Pak shelling

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Sister of Captain Kapil Kundu, who was killed along LoC on February 5

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India Army displaying eight rucksacks (one combat jacket each), one UBGL, one binoculars, one radio set, seven shawls, medicines and eateries recovered on Monday after the Army foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, in Jammu.

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Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh during a visit to a relief camp set up at a government school for the people affected by Pakistan shelling, at Nowshera sector in Jammu.

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Villagers take shelter in a safer place after heavy shelling from Pakistan side along the line of control in Rajouri district in Jammu.

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A soldier stands guard near LoC at Hathlanga

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Hafiz Saeed, center, leader of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa looks at relief goods his party workers collected for Pakistani Kashmiris who are displaced due to firing at the Line of Control between Pakistan and India.

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A villager shows a parts of a mortar shell fired from across the LOC by Pakistan in village Panjgrain, Rajouri district, in Jammu.

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A police commando stands guard while vehicles of Pakistani top officials leave after attending an all parties conference in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi chairing the CCS meeting on the situation on LoC, in New Delhi.

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BSF personnel patrol along thw international border (IB) at Octroi post in Jammu, J&K.

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A Jamaat-ud-Dawah rally marching towards the Line of Control at Chakothi, Pakistan.

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A massive fire broke out in forest near Line of Control in Lam Sector of Nowshera tehsil of the Rajouri forest division in Jammu and Kashmir.

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A Border Security Force (BSF) soldier keeps a watch at the border fence at Bamial border in Pathankot. The security has been beefed up in the wake of the recent attacks.

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People look at a school bus riddled with bullet marks, allegedly from firing from the Pakistan side of the border, at a residential area near the international border at Mawa village, in Samba district, J&K.

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Villagers show mortar shells fired from across the border by Pakistan in the village of Sadoh, Samba district, J&K

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A woman shows mortar shell fired from across the border by Pakistan in the village of Sadoh, Samba district, J&K.

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School children tying rakhis on the wrists of BSF jawans during the celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival at Indo Pak International Border in R S Pura.

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Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi meeting with people affected by ceasefire violations by Pakistan during a visit to the areas along the Line of Control in Balakot sectors of Poonch district, J&K.

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Army personnel take positions during an encounter with the militants near the Line of Control in Uri.

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A civilian injured injured in exchange of fire by troops on the India Pakistan border is brought for treatment at the government medical college hospital in Jammu.

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Daughter of Sarpanch Karamat Hussain who was killed in Pakistani shelling wails at Balakot sector in Poonch, Jammu and Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel during a ceasefire violation by the Pakistan on the Line of Control (LoC) in Balakote sector of Poonch.

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Smoke rises after a mortar shell was fired by Pakistani Army near the Line of Control (LoC) in Balakote sector at Poonch in Jammu.

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Smoke rises after a mortar shell was fired by Pakistani Army near the Line of Control (LoC) in Balakote sector at Poonch in Jammu.

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A woman showing mortar shell fired by the Pakistani rangers at Pargwal village in Akhnoor, Jammu.

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A Pakistan border post watch tower is seen from the Indian side of the India Pakistan border fencing in Ranbir Singh Pura, near Jammu.

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Paramilitary soldiers stand guard near the site of a gunbattle in Zampather, south of Srinagar.

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Body of a BSF jawan is taken out of a hospital in Jammu. The Jawan died in a ceasefire violatioin in Samba sector of Jammu.

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

Lives uprooted Fleeing Chilyari village of the Samba sector in J&K

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Enemy fired Mortar shells in Chanana, Arnia

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Cross-border victim BSF constable Sanjay Dhar lost his life

AFP (From Outlook 27 Octoberr 2014)

Shell Shocked The mortar shell that destroyed the roof of this house in Arnia sector

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Women clean the rubble in their house which was damaged during shelling from the Pakistani side in Ramgarh rector in Jammu.

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A mortar shell seen through a damaged wall allegedly fired into a residential area from the Pakistan side in Jammu.

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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.

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Celebrating the spirit of friendship, the Tandons from Jammu receive the Mughals from PoK (with garlands) in Srinagar.

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Army jawans patrol along the Line of Control in Poonch, Jammu and Kashmir.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Vilagers of Suchetgarh border shift to a community hall due to shelling from Pakistan side at Kali Bari village in Samba, Jammu.

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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.

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A villager points at bullet holes on the wall of his house in Rangpur at Pargwal sector of Akhnoor about 40 kms from Jammu.

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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.

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The Keran Sector of Jammu and Kashmir with areas marked to show locations of attempted infiltration by terrorists, based on intelligence inputs by the Ministry of Defence.

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BSF soldiers patrol near the India-Pakistan international border fencing at Garkhal near Jammu.

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IAF C 130J-30 Super Hercules makes a historic landing at Daulat Beg Oldi in Ladakh. In a subtle show of strength to China, the IAF landed its C-130J Super Hercules transport plane at the world's highest and recently-activated Daulat Beg Oldie airstrip in Ladakh near the Line of Actual Control, the scene of a stand-off with Chinese troops in April.

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Hindu Sena activists protest outside the Pakistan high commissioner’s residence in Delhi

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Soldiers carry the mortal remains of Maratha Light Infantry army soldier Kundalik Mane during his cremation ceremony at Pimpalgaon in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. Mane who was among five soldiers killed in the ambush along Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch Sector, was cremated with full military honors.

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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.

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Home Minister R R Patil paying tributes to Maratha Light Infantry army soldier Kundalik Mane during his cremation ceremony at Pimpalgaon in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. Mane who was among five soldiers killed in the ambush along Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch Sector, was cremated with full military honors.

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Soliders pay tribute to army jawan Vijay Kumar Rai during his cremation ceremony at Vyapur in Maner, Bihar. Kumar who was among five soldiers killed in the ambush along Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch sector, was cremated with full military honors.

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Indian Army soldiers patrol at an army helipad near the Line of Control (LoC) near Poonch.

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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.

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FILE - In this July 5, 2006 file photo, a Chinese soldier and an Indian soldier put into place a barbed wire fence removed temporarily for Chinese officials to cross back to their country after a meeting with their Indian counterparts at the international border at Nathula Pass, in Sikkim.

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Aerial view of five tents erected by intruding Chinese troops inside Indian territory in Daulat Beg Oldi sector of Ladakh.

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Indian artillery barrage during Kargil war

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Kargil ahoy! Sharif, Musharraf at Keil, near LoC, Feb ’99

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Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) at Silikot in Jammu and Kashmir

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Righteous brothers Bajrang Dal protesters in the capital

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Churonda village in Uri sector where a Pak soldier was killed

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Done thing? Army chief Bikram Singh lays a wreath on slain soldier Lance Naik Hemraj’s picture in Shergarh on January 16

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Indian army soldiers stand guard at the last Indian post near near the Line of Control in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar.

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Indian army soldiers guard a bunker near the Line of Control (LOC) in Silikot some 130 Kilometers north of Srinagar.

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Army personnel train villagers for self defence at Magnad village near the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district.

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Pakistani land mines detected in Indian territory along the LoC.

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Pakistani land mine detected in Indian territory along the LoC.

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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.

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Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh and his wife Surjeet Kaur talks with family members of lance Naik Hemraj at village Shernagar near Mathura, UP.

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File Photo: Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar accused India of engaging in "war-mongering" in the aftermath of clashes and killing of two Indian soldiers at the Line of Control(LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. Khar also said Pakistan is "deeply disappointed" to hear statements from India that are "upping the ante" and claimed her government is creating a "precedence" of not following war-mongering.

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An Indian army bunker stands in front of a civilian residence at the Line of Control , in Churunda village.

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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.

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TV Grab - Smoke rises after firing by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday evening.

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Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K.

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Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Churunda village near Srinagar, J&K

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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.

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Border Security Force patrol along the international border fencing at Suchet Garh in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers south of Jammu

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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.

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People take part in candle light vigil to pay tribute to army soldiers who were killed by Pakistani troops in Bhubaneswar.

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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.

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Army chief Gen. Bikram Singh addresses a press conference in New Delhi.

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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.

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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.

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