Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane lashed out at Pakistan over its continued support to terrorists. Speaking at the Army Day celebration, the Army Chief said that Indian forces have been giving a stern response to provocations at the border and added that around 300 to 400 terrorists are waiting across the border to infiltrate into India. He also added that forces have thwarted numerous infiltration attempts by terrorists into Kashmir. The Army Chief also added that there has been a 44% rise in ceasefire violations by Pakistan. Watch the full video for all the details.
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An artist of Odisha's Puri has beautifully created one model of Indian Army tank. Saswat Ranjan Sahoo used 2,256 matchsticks to make this model. He took 6 days to create this masterpiece and paid tribute to the Indian Army. The overall height of Indian Army tank is 9 inches and width is 8 inches.
Ceasefire violation was initiated by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on January 16. Regular shelling has been a major problem for the locals. People living in the Balakot sector urged government to not concentrate on elections instead on the people living here. One of the locals said, "The Central government has given the full emphasis on elections, but elections will not resolve people's problems. People want roads, bunkers, they are disturbed due to the regular shelling activities. The emphasis should not be on elections instead authorities should think about the people living here."
ITBP personnel were seen celebrating new year with Covid patients. The personnel gathered at Delhi's Sardar Patel Covid care centre. Two Covid-19 patients were seen cutting cake wearing PPE kits. ITBP is running the Covid care centre in Delhi. This Covid centre is the world’s largest with 10,000 bed capacity. Earlier, BSF soldiers were seen celebrating the new year in Jammu and Kashmir. The soldiers in Poonch district were seen celebrating together. BSF soldiers cut the cake and danced together to welcome the new year.
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The youths of Jammu and Kashmir are touching new heights and making the Union Territory proud. A youth from Pampore has achieved the success in the field of literature. This engineering student from Pampore has compiled two books, one of the books fetched him Global Readers Choice Awards 2020. Saraf Ali Bhat wrote two books: 'Smile Worth a Billion Poems' and 'Triggered Sorrows' of which 'Triggered Sorrows got the prestigious award. From calligraphy to painting, the youths of Kashmir are making the valley and the country proud. This is for the first time any young writer from Pampore has earned laurels globally in field of literature.
India on Friday scoffed at Pakistan after a court there sentenced Mumbai attack mastermind and UN proscribed Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi to imprisonment over terror financing charges, saying it has become routine for it to come up with "farcical actions" prior to key international meetings. Watch the full video for more details.
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Rallies were held in different parts of the world to mark the anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. In Sylhet city of Bangladesh anti-terrorism rally was held where activists condemn terrorism in all its forms. They demanded peace and tranquility in Bangladesh and the rest of the world. In Nepal's Birgunj town, a motorcycle rally was held on the occasion. The protesters condemned Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism. More than 160 people killed in a 2008 Islamist militant attack in Mumbai. India blamed militants links to the Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) group for the attacks. India and the United States accused Hafiz Saeed, who founded the LeT, of being the attack mastermind.
During the Army Day celebrations on January 15, Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane told that over 200 terrorists near LoC and in counter-terrorism operations in last year. "Around 300-400 terrorists are sitting in training camps near the border to infiltrate into the Indian territory. Number of ceasefire violations went up by 44 per cent last year, which shows the nefarious intentions of Pakistan. Last year, the Army eliminated over 200 terrorists near LoC and in counter-terrorism operations," said General MM Naravane.
At least four terrorists have been gunned down and two police constables sustained injuries in the encounter at Ban Toll Plaza in Jammu on November 19. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and J-K Police received input about the movement of terrorists from Samba sector towards Nagrota. When the terrorists reached the toll plaza they were trapped and eliminated by the security forces. Total 11 AK-47 rifles and several grenades have been recovered. The encounter broke out between terrorists and security forces on the morning of November 19.