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« on: October 30, 2016, 04:30:41 am »

4 Pak Posts Destroyed, Heavy Casualties Inflicted In Keran Along Line of Control (LoC), Says Army

Indian forces have destroyed at least four Pakistani posts and inflicted heavy casualties on Pakistani troops in the Keran sector along the Line of Control, the army said on Saturday, shortly after another ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's RS Pura sector.

The Indian Army described the assault as "massive". Top sources told NDTV that the casualties on Pakistani side could be up to 20.

The strikes came after Pakistani troops engaged in repeated ceasefire violations in Kathua and RS Pura sector along the International Border on Saturday. On Saturday night, after the Indian assault, Pakistan fired at the RS Pura, Keran and Hiranagar sectors.

Pakistan forces have been targeting Indian posts in more than 45 ceasefire violations since India carried out surgical strikes and destroyed seven staging areas for terrorists in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir last month.

Four army and three BSF personnel have died in strikes by strikes by the Pakistani and terrorists. At least four civilians in border villages have also been killed and several others have been injured. Areas near the border have been put on high alert and several areas have been evacuated.

An Indian soldier was also killed on Friday and his body mutilated by terrorists in an attack near the Line of Control.

The army had said "the incident will be responded to appropriately", adding the attackers had fled into Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir "under the cover of heavy firing by Pakistan army".

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said that security forces were responding to the firing from Pakistan appropriately. On Friday, 15 Pakistani soldiers were killed in Indian strikes.

Sources said Shahbaz Sharif, brother of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, on Friday, had visited villages along the International Border that have been targeted by Indian forces, to take stock of the damage.

Amid the escalation in hostilities, the BSF has said that it will neither send nor receive sweets from Pakistani Rangers at Wagah Border today on Diwali.

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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2016, 04:34:54 am »

‘Official’ war: India, Pakistan indulge in the game of diplomatic expulsions

In retaliation to India's move, Pakistan declared one of the Indian High Commissioner's staffers as persona non grata.

In a tit-for-tat action, Pakistan on Thursday expelled Surjeet Singh, an official of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, apparently in retaliation against the Indian action of declaring Pakistani High Commission staffer in New Delhi, Mehmood Akhtar, persona non grata. Hours after Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit at South Block to protest against the espionage activities of Akhtar, late in the evening in Islamabad, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry rang up Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale and summoned him to the Pakistan Foreign Office. As expected, the Indian High Commissioner was told that one of his staffers Surjeet Singh was declared persona non grata.

“The Foreign Secretary expressed deep concern over the activities of the Indian official that were in violation of the Vienna Convention and the established diplomatic norms,” said a statement issued by Pakistan Foreign Office.

Unlike India, which put out a detailed charge list against Akhtar, who was working as an undercover assistant to the Councillor (Trade), Pakistan’s statement did not mention any charges against Singh.

In a typical Cold War style, India and Pakistan have been indulging in the game of diplomatic expulsions to score points. In the past, there had been several acts of intimidation, beating, and even abduction of Indian diplomatic staff in Islamabad. In 1992, New Delhi and Islamabad signed a Code of Conduct for treatment of their diplomats in order to mitigate the allegations from both the sides.

This agreement, however, has often been violated, leading to diplomatic expulsions from time to time by the two countries. In the past, the biggest incident of diplomatic action has been the expulsion of Pakistan’s acting High Commissioner Jalil Abbas Jilani in January 2003 in New Delhi for helping Kashmiri separatists. Pakistan retaliated by “boxing in” the flag car of the acting Indian High Commissioner Sudhir Vyas in Islamabad. Later Vyas, along with four other staffers, was expelled.

The earliest high-profile expulsion from Indian side was that of Brig Zaheer Abbasi, defence advisor at the Pakistan High Commission, just a few days ahead of then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s famous trip to Islamabad to attend the SAARC summit in 1988 and revive dialogue with then counterpart Benazir Bhutto. Delhi Police had caught him at Green Park hotel handing over Rs 25,000 for secret documents.

In 1997, Pakistan expelled SK Chaudhury from the Indian High Commission in Islamabad and India retaliated by calling for the withdrawal of Murad Baloch from the Pakistani mission in New Delhi. Again in 2000, India expelled three Pakistani diplomats because of “activities incompatible with their official status”. Months after the Agra summit in December 2001, India recalled its ambassador to Pakistan in response to an attack on its Parliament and reduced the size of the staff at its diplomatic mission.

In May 2002, India asked Pakistan to follow suit, by reducing the size of its diplomatic staff. It also asked Pakistan’s then envoy Ashraf Jehangir Qazi to leave the country. In January 2003, came the high-profile expulsion of Acting High Commissioner Jalil Abbas Jilani, along with four other members of the mission, on charges of helping Kashmiri separatists.

According to diplomatic norms, once a diplomat is declared persona non-grata, he is not allowed to go to that country. Ironically, in 2012, India had to receive Jilani to take forward the peace process — after being stalled by the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks — as he had become foreign secretary.

In 2006, Pakistan expelled Deepak Kaul, a Counsellor at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, after accusing him of possessing “sensitive documents”. He was detained and interrogated while driving from Islamabad to Lahore. India retaliated by expelling Syed Muhammad Rafique Ahmed, a Counsellor in the Pakistan mission in New Delhi.

But the most curious case has been that of Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta. Delhi police’s Special Cell arrested Madhuri Gupta on April 22, 2010. She was posted as Second Secretary in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad. According to the chargesheet filed by the police in 2010, she was involved in a relationship with Jamshed, an ISI official, whom she planned to marry. She was accused of passing on sensitive information to the ISI agent.

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-official-war-india-pakistan-indulge-in-the-game-of-diplomatic-expulsions-2268188
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Russia Joins India vs. Pakistan War - Chooses Pakistan As Ally

India keeps blaming Pakistan for killing Indian soldiers last month, but its false claims have been repeatedly refuted by the Pakistani military forces. An India vs. Pakistan armed conflict is not so unrealistic now, as the two historical rivals boldly claim that they cannot seemingly wait to rip each other’s throats out.

Tensions between the two nuclear-powered countries have been plummetting since July 8, however, India seems to be preparing for an all-out war again. Indian weapons are now pointed toward Pakistan and two of its biggest, most brutal, and intimidating allies – China and Russia.

Moscow and New Delhi have been friends (with benefits) for almost 70 years but their relationship came crashing down in 2016, comparable to abruptly changing their Facebook status from romantic to no strings attached. Similar to any other breakups, the question is: Why?

Well, a third party might have caused Russia’s infidelity. The Soviets were desperately looking for a powerful ally and it found one in China. Consequently, Pakistan belongs to the Mongol squad and China will never let anyone hurt its allies. Russia knows it.

As of now, Russia has been staging mutual military and financial drills and deals to Pakistan earlier this month.

It’s not you, it’s me: India blames itself

With all these threats looming over India today, unfortunately, it was the one who pushed Russia away.

In a survey conducted by Pew Research Center in 2015, 70 percent of Indians said they favor the United States, rather than the Soviet Union. The same survey showed that only 8 percent of Indians look at the Americans negatively, while twice as many, 16 percent, said they hate Russia.

Because of this, President Vladimir Putin lost his love for India, although Russia continues to be the country’s key supplier of weapons.

Now, military experts predict that Putin might be pouring more fuel in the India vs. Pakistan fire, that could blaze into a huge explosion one day. Alarmingly, that would most likely result in a global confrontation, with China, Russia, and Pakistan on one side, and India, the U.S., and its Western allies on the other.

http://www.morningledger.com/russia-india-vs-pakistan-war-ally/13116473/
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