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  • Pakistan protests Working Boundary crossing, firing by Indian troops

    ISLAMABAD: Amid signals of resumption of dialogue, Pakistan on Monday lodged strong protest with India over its forces crossing over Charwa Sector of Sialkot and resorting to unprovoked firing...

    The foreign affairs ministry in a note verbale addressed to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad said: “The Indian BSF troops displayed aggressive behaviour by crossing the Working Boundary and blatantly using mortars with an intent to...

  • Portion of historical Pucca Qilla boundary wall levelled to ground

    The severity of the crime that took place on May 24 could only be matched with extremists destroying historical monuments and artefacts in Syria and Iraq...

    The soil and stones being excavated from the site are removed and the plot thus created is now being filled with loose soil to bring it to surface level with the road as the ‘plot’s owner want to set up a godown on it’...

  • 6 killed, 20 injured by 'unprovoked Indian firing' across Working Boundary in Sialkot

    At least six people, including four women, were killed and 20 others injured near the Working Boundary in Sialkot on Thursday as Indian forces "resorted to unprovoked firing of mortars targeting civilians", local administration and the army's media wing said...

    The DC said that hospitals in the area had been placed on high alert, and that four relief camps had been set up in Chobara, Dalowali, Pindibhago and Wark which are near the...

  • Man killed as Indian troops target civilians along Working Boundary, says ISPR

    A man was killed on Wednesday in an incident of cross-border firing across the Working Boundary on Wednesday, according to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

    "Indian troops initiated unprovoked ceasefire violations using mortars and automatics and targeted the innocent civilian population along [the] Working Boundary in [the] Phuklian sector," the ISPR said...

  • Special force planned for sea boundary

    ISLAMABAD: A special force comprising 12,000 marines will be raised to help make the protection of the country’s sea boundary invincible, Minister for Ports and Shipping Senator Kamran Michael announced on Tuesday...

    Also read: Pakistan, India urged to resolve fishermen’s detention issueAPP adds: The minister said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the Gwadar Port would change the future of the country and the region as...

  • Govt asked to notify settlement of boundary dispute

    LAKKI MARWAT: The elders of Marwat tribe have asked the provincial government to notify settlement of the boundary dispute between Lakki and DI Khan districts in the light of the report submitted by the boundary committee...

    Speaking at a press conference in Ahmadkhel House here on Tuesday, Marwat Qaumi Jirga head Mohammad Aslam Khan and Lakki Civil Society president Engineer Ameer Nawaz Khan said the dispute between both the...

  • Jirga settles KP-GB boundary dispute

    MANSEHRA: The jirga of Harban tribe of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Thor tribe of Gilgit-Baltistan has settled the boundary dispute between the two sides as the process of demarcation will be started next week...

    The jirga, which concluded after three days of sitting with the final note of peace and tranquility between both tribes, settled almost all important issues that caused tension between them including ownership of land at boundary...

  • My boundary-hitting team will win, says Sammy

    KOLKATA: West Indies captain Darren Sammy said on Saturday he respected England but was confident his “boundary-hitting team” will win...

    With the destructive Chris Gayle leading the batting charge, West Indies are always a force to reckon with in limited-overs cricket even after their Test decline...

  • Working Boundary, LoC concerns

    AFTER the fiasco and farce that was the aborted talks between the Pakistan and Indian national security advisers, the lower-key talks between the directors general of the Indian Border Security Force and the Pakistan Rangers appear to have taken place in a focused and professional atmosphere...

    Even the political aspects of it — DG Rangers Maj-Gen Umar Farooq Burki’s meeting with Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh — produced an air...

  • Boundary walls put CDA at odds with Islamabad universities

    ISLAMABAD: Two leading universities in the capital are at odds with the Capital Development Authority (CDA) over the construction of boundary walls on their campuses...

    “We have beefed up security but our university is open from the main gate side as the CDA is not allowing us to construct a boundary wall here,” said Dr Hafiz Abid Masood, a spokesman for the IIUI...

  • Bhasha dam victims want boundary dispute resolved

    SHANGLA: The people affected by the construction of Diamer-Bhasha Dam blocked Karakoram Highway at Shatyal Kohistan to press the authorities to settle the boundary dispute between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan...

    The speakers alleged that Wapda officials had assured the landowners that payment of 1,500-kanal, acquired by the government at the first stage, would be made in accordance with the market price but they were still...

  • Boundary dispute between GB, KP tribes intensifies

    GILGIT: The boundary dispute at the site of Diamer-Bhasha dam between the residents of Diamer district of Gilgit-Baltistan and Kohistan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has deepened with tribes on both sides refusing to budge from their positions...

    “Historically, the ownership of the disputed area lies with the Thor tribe...

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