Telcos to delete Aadhaar data if customer gives alternative KYC docs: COAI      |       Uncle Sam doesn't want you! New curbs coming for H-1B visas      |       Bhagwat steals a march over Sena by taking hard line on Ayodhya row      |       RSS chief calls for law to build Ram temple      |       Congress boxed in, BJP benefits and CPM scrambles for cover in rapidly shifting Sabarimala politics      |       Congress Lost Karnataka Poll On Minority Tag To Lingayats: Minister      |       Conservatives mount a whisper campaign smearing Khashoggi in defense of Trump      |       ND Tiwari, Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister, Dies On His 93rd Birthday      |       Chhattisgarh elections: Congress announces candidates for 12 seats in naxal-hit Bastar region      |       Traffic Advisory For Dussehra In Delhi: Roads You Should Avoid Today      |       MoS Radhakrishnan wisdom: Some perverted minds started #MeToo      |       Onus on Pakistan to create conducive conditions for talks: India      |       Rahul Gandhi accuses Modi govt of reducing India's prestige globally      |       Confident Maldivian people's mandate will prevail: India      |       Big relief: Petrol, diesel prices cut for the first time in two months on softer crude      |       India Engaged With Stakeholders On Iranian Oil Import: Government      |       Gujarat CM visits 'Statue of Unity' site      |       Sri Lanka Prime Minister Reaches New Delhi For Three-Day Visit      |       Mutilated body of girl found near Delhi's Mundka      |       Nana Patekar Responds To Film Body Notice, Denies Sexual Harassment Allegations      |      


BSF Trooper Injured In J&K In Pakistan Firing

The Pakistani rangers resorted to unprovoked firing on the IB in Samba and Hiranagar sectors, BSF sources said.


A Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was injured on Thursday in firing by Pakistani rangers on the international border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba district.

The Pakistani 
rangers resorted to unprovoked firing on the IB in Samba and Hiranagar sectors, BSF sources said. The rangers fired at some dozen BSF border outposts. 

The BSF trooper was injured at the Regal Post. "The BSF positions retaliated effectively. Firing exchanges between the two sides continued till the early hours, they added.

On Tuesday, a BSF constable was killed in Pakistan firing on the IB in Samba.

The ceasefire violation comes two days before Prime Minister Naren
dra Modi starts his visit to J&K on May 19.