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Published: Mon, 29 May 2017 19:15:08 GMT

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Army porter killed as Pak violates ceasefire in Keran
Meanwhile in Poonch, the body of one intruder was recovered as the Army foiled another infiltration attempt.



Plea in Pak SC seeks immediate execution of Jadhav
The petitioner argued that the people of Pakistan had a right of retribution.



Rain-triggered floods, landslides kill over 90 in Sri Lanka
Over 20,000 people have been displaced with officials warning the situation could get worse.



Pakistan is a 'well of death', says Uzma after returning to India
Uzma, accompanied by Indian mission officials, crossed the Wagah Border near Amritsar.



Pak may not accept ICJ's jurisdiction in Jadhav's case: Report
In the briefing, it was stated that Pakistan does not accept the international court's jurisdiction to order the state of Pakistan on issues that involve its national stability.



PHOTOS: India-Singapore joint naval exercise concludes
Hosted by Singapore, the exercise was held on land at the now renamed "RSS Singapura - Changi Naval Base" and at a sea phase in the South China Sea.



Trump administration proposes massive $190 million cut in aid to Pak
Last year, the US assistance to Pakistan was $534 million.



Indian woman 'forced into marriage at gun point' in Pak allowed to return home
Uzma, who is in her early 20s, hails from New Delhi and had travelled to Pakistan earlier this month.



India plans tough action against Pak for cross-border terror: US official
The statement came a day after Indian Army launched "punitive fire assaults" on Pakistani positions across LoC.



Pak releases 'tit-for-tat video' showing damaged Indian posts
Pakistan Army spokesman alleged that India on May 13 had 'targeted innocent civilians'.