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Pakistani woman who got Indian citizenship had two fake voter ids, Kutch police lodges case

September 07, 2017
Pakistani woman who got Indian citizenship had two fake voter ids, Kutch police lodges case

Bhuj: After an interesting revelation, the police in Kutch district is investigating a case in which a Pakistani woman who had come to this bordering district of Gujarat on a long term visa in 1990 and was recently granted Indian citizenship following her marriage with an Indian national, was reportedly having two fake Indian voter identity cards even before getting the Indian citizenship. Police today said that one Banoli Zakihussain, a Pakistani woman who had married Abder Rahma...Read More

18 more Pakistani boats nabbed near border in Gujarat, 3 crew also caught

September 07, 2017
18 more Pakistani boats nabbed near border in Gujarat, 3 crew also caught

Bhuj: A day after seizure of 3 Pakistani boats with two intruders from the neighbouring country from Haraminala adjoining Arabian sea close to the international border in Kutch district of Gujarat, the Border Security Force (BSF) patrol teams today again nabbed 18 such boats with 3 more Pakistanis from two places in the same marshy water body, a senior official of the force said. 14 of the boats were nabbed from near the border pillar 1162 in Haraminala, a marshy creek area of ...Read More

3 Pakistani boats, 2 crew nabbed by BSF from Haraminala near border in Gujarat

September 06, 2017
3 Pakistani boats, 2 crew nabbed by BSF from Haraminala near border in Gujarat

Bhuj: The Border Security Force (BSF) patrol team today seized 3 Pakistani fishing boat from Haraminala close to the international border in Kutch district in Gujarat and nabbed two of the crew sitting in the boats, a senior official of the force said. The boats were seized from near the border pillar 1166 in the Haraminala. There were total seven people in the three boats (3, 3 and 2) of whom five managed to flee in to the Pakistani territory leaving their boats behind from the quite clos...Read More

Big diplomatic win for India: Pakistan based terror groups slammed in BRICS declaration

September 04, 2017
Big diplomatic win for India: Pakistan based terror groups slammed in BRICS declaration

New Delhi: In a major diplomatic victory for India, the ongoing BRICS Summit at Xiamen in China today issued a declaration, which, for the first time, named terror groups based in Pakistan as the five nations united in condemning terrorism and finding ways to eliminate it. The declaration, adopted by the five BRICS nations - India, China, Brazil, Russia, and South Africa - explicitly names Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Hizb-ut-Tahrir in a clear sign that Beijing'...Read More

Recommended: Sushma Swaraj’s reply to discussion on India’s foreign policy in Rajya Sabha

August 03, 2017

New Delhi: Presented here is a video of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's speech in Rajya Sabha today in reply to a discussion on India's foreign policy in which 18 MPs participated. DeshGujaratRead More

Pakistan frees 78 Indian fishermen

July 09, 2017
Pakistan frees 78 Indian fishermen

Karachi: Pakistan today released 78 Indian fishermen held for alleged trespassing into its territorial waters, officials said. "The fishermen were released from Karachi's Landhi jail," an official of the provincial home department of Sindh, Naseem Siddiqui told a news agency. The freed fishermen are expected to cross over into India tomorrow. Siddiqui said "298 Indian fishermen are still imprisoned and will be released on completion of the verification of their nationalities by India...Read More

Cross Border satellite phone talk case: 6 more detained and interrogated in Kutch

July 08, 2017
Cross Border satellite phone talk case: 6 more detained and interrogated in Kutch

Bhuj: Security agencies today reportedly detained and interrogated six more suspects in connection with June 26 cross border talk over banned Thuraya satellite phone in Kutch district. A police officer today said that the phone call from Pakistan was received by some one at a place between Berdo and Umedpur in border area of Khavda. Earlier around 10 persons were nabbed for interrogation and after getting a lead from them six more were detained today for interrogation of wh...Read More

77 Gujarat fishermen likely to be released by Pakistan later this month

July 01, 2017
77 Gujarat fishermen likely to be released by Pakistan later this month

Ahmedabad: Fishermen forum sources have got information that 78 Indian prisoners are to be released from Pakistan jail in the next fortnight, of whom 77 are fishermen who were caught by Pakistan Marine Security Agency off Gujarat coast for alleged violation of international maritime boundary. All 78 Indians are likely to enter India via Wagah border in Punjab on July 13. Many of them are from coastal Saurashtra, Diu and South Gujarat. DeshGujaratRead More

BSF finds cartridges of AK 47, SLR, INSAS buried near Pakistan border in Kutch

May 27, 2017
BSF finds cartridges of AK 47, SLR, INSAS buried near Pakistan border in Kutch

Bhuj: The Border Security Force (BSF) today found a metal box containing around 400 live and empty cartridges/ammunition of various weapons including AK 47, SLR and INSAS rifle, partially buried in the bottom of a dry nullah near its camp in Khavda area close to the border of Pakistan in Kutch district of Gujarat. Deputy Commandant of BSF Prabhat Sharma said that an information was received by BSF intelligence wing that a metal box containing ammunition was lying partially buried ...Read More

Another abandoned Pak boat found in Creek area off Gujarat coast

May 12, 2017
Another abandoned Pak boat found in Creek area off Gujarat coast

Bhuj: A day after capture of a Pakistani boat and six fishermen including a minor boy, the border security force (BSF) today again found an abandoned Pakistani boat in another part of marshy Sir Creek area in the coastal territory in Kutch district of Gujarat, however. 2 to 3 fishermen seated in the boat managed to flee inside Pakistan border situated quite close-by. A DIG rank official of BSF today said that the boat was caught at around 4 pm today in Pir Sarai Creek, which was also...Read More

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