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Pak Infiltrator blown into Pieces, only head and leg recovered by the Army near LoC

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An unidentified infiltrator was killed  near the line of control in Soujian sector of Poonch in the wee hours of Monday after he stepped on to the landmine and was blown in to pieces. The impact of the landmine planted by the Indian troopers in the area was so powerful that the body of the infiltrator was blown in to pieces under the impact of the blast. According to official sources the incident took place around 4.30 a.m in Soujian sector of Poonch. According to unconfirmed reports, the infiltrator was believed to have been carrying explosive material on his body and when  he stepped on to the landmine before gaining access inside the Indian territory he was blown in to …

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Our Jawans too deserve better Facilities: CRPF


If you have not seen a mini refrigerator which is roughly of the size of 25 litres of water bucket and do not burn electricity to keep water cool visit any CRPF post in the ‘city of temples’ and chances are that you end up locating one odd bucket in and around the folding beds of CRPF jawans where they must have kept water bottles to quench their thirst. This is one of the very few luxuries possessed by these  men who brave adverse weather conditions and perform their duties without even complaining to their superior officers. Majority of CRPF battalions deployed across the state have not been accommodated in permanent places and shift from one place to another in …

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Kin of Chamel Singh pins hope on President of India

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After waiting for too long and outside the door steps of every single official authority in Jammu and Kashmir the kin of Chamel Singh have now pinned their hopes on the President of India. On Friday one of the four sons of Chamel Singh Deepak Singh announced that they have now decided to approach the office of the President of India seeking justice for their martyred father. Chamel Singh was allegedly tortured to death inside Kot Lakhpat central jail on January 15, 2013. Ironically, since then the family has approached who’s who of the state politics and personally called on the leaders of the alliance government but no one responded to their humane appeals. Feeling let down by the response …

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Attack on Pakistani prisoner in Jammu Jail…Is it justified?

Sarabjit Singh

After the death of Sarabjit in a brutal attack in Kot Lakhpat jail Pakistan, the whole India is enraged against the brutality and careless attitude of Pakistan. Acquisitions are made against this inhuman act but what we witnessed in Kot Bhalwal jail Jammu after Sarabjit’s incident is justified ? According to the prisoner’s right law, a prisoner has the right to equal protection and as far as the punishment of the convict is concerned there is whole judicial system, the evidences, the lawyers and the jury of judges then how can a mere citizen who himself fights with the ordeals for better life everyday or a court marshaled prison (in case of Sanaullah Haq) who is sentenced to punishment for …

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Sarabjit Singh: A Sufferer of ill-fate and ill-politics


Had he ever imagined that he will be the cover story of every news paper and news channel?   When he is in the deep coma the whole political system has become active. Opposition is blaming the ruling party and the government is trying its level best to save him and save its reputation through him , Our neighbouring state is in stubborn moods, without super specialties they think they can help an almost dead man !!! And amid of all such muddle a man who is the victim of false judiciary system is fighting for his breadths. Sarabjit Singh, a victim of mistaken identity was the resident of Bhikhiwind, located along the Indo-Pakistan border in Tarn Taran district of …

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Setback for Musharraf,Pakistan EC rejects nomination papers


Pakistan Election Commission rejected the nomination papers of former president Pervez Musharraf, who returned to Pakistan last March after a four year self-imposed exile(in London and Dubai) to take part in the upcoming General Elections,despite death threats from Pakistani Taliban.   Rival candidate Javed Kasuri had raised six objections against Musharraf’s candidature,under Article 62, 63 of the Constitution. Mohammad Saleem,returning officer, accepted the objections and rejected Musharraf’s nomination paper. Musharraf is now leading his own political party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), which submitted his nomination forms for a national assembly seat in the northern Chitral district. Musharraf had also planned to stand on more than one seat including one in Karachi.

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