NEW DELHI: India is working to secure the release of a soldier captured in Pakistan but it will take "some days", the defence minister said Sunday, following a dramatic spike in tensions between the archrivals. India says the soldier was captured Thursday after he "inadvertently" crossed over into the Pakistani side of the defacto border that divides Kashmir between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. Manohar Parrikar claimed the capture did not relate to the Indian military's strikes on militants that sources said on…
Tensions rise: Indian minister tweets “we will attack any country including Pakistan to counter terror”
NEW DELHI: Indian State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore has said in a tweet that his country will attack any nation including Pakistan to counter terrorism.
Pak defence minister says Indian counterpart’s comment admission of guilt Delhi is sponsoring terror
ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif has said his Indian counterpart's statement is an open, blatant admission and declaration of sponsoring terrorism.
KARACHI: Defence Minister of Indian Manohar Parrikar has said that his country should root out terrorism with terrorism, ARY News reports.