Terrorism strikes in Jammu and Kashmir

• February 25, 2003
Terrorists kill four people in Jammu

• February 6, 2003
Funding militancy: 2 Hurriyat members held

• January 31, 2003
Militants kill journalist in J&K

• January 6, 2003
ISI doubles incentives for terrorist outfits
Militants gun down wine dealer in J&K

• January 5, 2003
35 injured in grenade explosion in J&K

• January 4, 2003
Six Hizb terrorists arrested in Srinagar

• January 3, 2003
Militants kill SOG official in Anantnag

• December 31, 2002
Three militants, army officer killed in J&K

• December 28, 2002
Hizbul Mujahideen vows to continue jihad in J&K

• December 27, 2002
Six more months to demine Indo-Pak border: Fernandes
Two Pakistani UAVs intrude into Indian airspace

• December 26, 2002
Jamiat-ul Mujahideen claims it shot down MiG
MiG-21 crashes near Srinagar airport, 1 killed
J&K separatist leaders taken into preventive custody
Terrorists kill teacher, two sons in Kashmir
Six LeT ultras killed, infiltration bid foiled in Poonch

• December 25, 2002
DSP's brother held for terrorist activities
Give up the gun, Mufti to militants

• December 24, 2002
IED blast in J&K, 16 injured

• December 23, 2002
Militants set shopkeeper on fire in Kashmir

• December 22, 2002
Terrorists kill 3 children in Poonch

• December 21, 2002
Woman beheaded in J&K for not wearing burqa
Healing touch meant for victims, not terrorists: Baig
Militants kill 4 in Baramulla district

• December 20, 2002
Terrorists kill three girls in Rajouri
PDP MLA shot dead in Pampore
Healing touch meant for victims, not terrorists: Baig

• December 18, 2002
Protests in J&K against death sentence

• December 17, 2002
Army tank catches fire, blows up in Jammu

• December 14, 2002
SAM missile recovered for J&K terrorists

• December 10, 2002
Army to brief US Pacific Command chief on J&K
Separatist leaders protest human rights violations in J&K
Clean-up in J&K begins with Farooq crony
J&K human rights chief tries self-immolation

• December 9, 2002
J&K to set up committee on release of militants

• December 6, 2002
Infiltration from across the border down: Army chief

• December 4, 2002
Terrorism in J&K has to be tackled: Blackwill

• December 1, 2002
I will attend SAARC meet if Pak stops terror: PM
Advani asks world to 'ostracise' Pakistan

• November 29, 2002
Freed militants not held again: J&K police

• November 28, 2002
Rocket attack in Radio Kashmir building in Srinagar
Militants torture, kill one in Poonch

• November 26, 2002
Centre summons Mufti Mohammed Sayeed
Central agencies consulted on release of militants: Azad
Jammu limps back to normalcy
Temple terror through the eyes of survivors
Raghunath temple to reopen on Wednesday
Blast in Kupwara, 3 killed

• November 20, 2002
Sonia questions rationale for troop mobilisation

• November 13, 2002
'Indian forces were ready for raids into Pakistan'
Security forces seize 153 kg of RDX in J&K
Pakistani shelling kills army jawan, injures two
Militants will bite the hands that feeds them: BJP to Mufti

• November 12, 2002
Two militants killed in encounter in Kashmir

• November 7, 2002
Infiltration down by 50%: Army chief
Some J&K cops tried to sabotage polls: CEC
Centre wants assurance from Mufti
Lashkar vows to step up attacks during Ramzan
Night curfew relaxed in J&K during Ramzan
Militant hideout busted in Jammu; 5 killed
Hizb expels three 'commanders'

• November 5, 2002
Four killed, IED recovered in Jammu
Militants kill four in Poonch

• November 4, 2002
Blast in Rajouri, 14 hurt
Two Lashkar terrorists killed in Sopore

• November 2, 2002
Twelve militants killed in Poonch district
Militants kill Congress leader in J&K
Grenade attack at the Mufti's house

• October 29, 2002
Militants kill three security personnel
2 BSF jawans, 8 ultras killed in J&K

• October 25, 2002
Pakistani shelling along LoC; jawan killed

• October 21, 2002
Army officer, 3 militants killed in Poonch
1 killed, 6 injured in Budgam

• October 19, 2002
One killed, 16 hurt in Sopore blast

• October 11, 2002
Six terrorists killed

• October 10, 2002
Army busts secret meeting; kills nine terrorists

• October 8, 2002
840 killed since poll announcement

• October 7, 2002
Heavy shelling in Uri kills 4 jawans, injures 3
Three villagers killed in Doda on poll eve

• October 6, 2002
Terrorists ambush army patrol in J&K, 2 killed
Bid on independent candidate's life in J&K

• October 5, 2002
Four BSF soldiers killed in Lolab blast

• October 4, 2002
Explosion in Kupwara; 2 BSF men killed
Terrorists try to target Mehbooba Mufti's motorcade

• October 3, 2002
8 killed in infiltration bid
Two militants, DySP killed in encounter
Six people injured in landmine blast
Pakistan trying to push in more militants: BSF

• October 2, 2002
5 BSF jawans killed in J&K
5 civilians killed in J&K

• October 1, 2002
Seven BSF personnel killed, one injured in militant attack
Eight killed in militant attack in Kathua
IED blast ahead of Abdullah's meeting, jawan killed

• September 30, 2002
Terrorists attack NC candidate's motorcade
Bid to blow up polling stations in Anantnag foiled

• September 29, 2002
1 killed, 13 injured in attack on police party in J&K
Militants target polling booth in Pulwama district

• September 28, 2002
4 killed, NCP candidate hurt in landmine blast
Five militants, CRPF constable among 12 killed

• September 27, 2002
Bid on NC candidate's life; 10 killed in J&K

• September 26, 2002
Militants Attack the House of NC Candidate

• September 25, 2002
Four army personnel, two militants killed in Kashmir

• September 24, 2002
Militants attack polling station in Budgam district

• September 23, 2002
Policeman killed in raid on militant hideout
Jawan killed, another injured in Doda

• September 21, 2002
2 CPI-M activists among 6 killed in Kashmir
Militants barge into police colony in J&K; 1 killed

• September 20, 2002
JKLF acting chairman arrested, militants kill NC member
J&K minister's house attacked
Pak told militants to resume small-scale infiltrations: NYT

• September 19, 2002
Militants attack school in Udhampur, 2 killed
Four candidates survive militant attacks

• September 18, 2002
Two NC activists among 13 killed in J&K

• September 17, 2002
Srinagar Times editor shot at
Grenade attack on Congress headquarters in Srinagar
Stray violence during first phase of polling

• September 16, 2002
Stray violence during first phase of polling

• September 15, 2002
Nine Lashkar militants killed, infiltration bid foiled

• September 14, 2002
Militants kill sarpanch, NC member in J&K
Militants-turned-counterinsurgents threat to J&K polls

• September 12, 2002
Surankote attack: Army may have traced one militant
Fidayeen attacks possible: J&K top cop
Unified Command discusses militant attacks

• September 11, 2002
Nine killed in militant attack in Poonch

• September 9, 2002
Twenty-six hurt in grenade attacks in Kashmir
Violence claims 14 lives in J&K

• September 7, 2002
Bukhari offers to mediate with Pakistan on Kashmir
Two Hizb militants surrender in Jammu

• September 6, 2002
Militants kill independent candidate from Handwara
Terrorists behind Qasim Nagar massacre nabbed
JKLF militant, two others get 7 years in jail

• September 4, 2002
NC workers injured in militant attack

• September 3, 2002
Villager injured in Pakistani firing
Militants instill fear among voters

• September 2, 2002
Militants kill two NC activists, injure another
Farooq's brother escapes militant attack

• August 30, 2002
Army kills nine Pakistani intruders

• August 29, 2002
India flays Musharraf on Infiltration
No timeframe to halt infiltration

• August 24, 2002
US urges India, Pakistan to talk
Militants gun down 12 villagers in Rajouri, Doda
Fernandes holds meeting of Army commanders
Keep away from J&K polls: Advani to Pakistan

• August 23, 2002
Gestures for dialogue with Hurriyat significant

• August 22, 2002
Infiltration into J&K down, but not stopped

• August 9, 2002
Al Qaeda men operating in Surankote area: Army/PTI
Four militants killed in Kashmir

• August 8, 2002
Militants kill four of a family in Rajouri
Avoid visiting Amarnath: Militants/PTI
Seven JeM militants gunned down in Poonch sector
10 injured in grenade blast in J&K
Kashmir panel wants assembly polls postponed
Farooq for allowing voters without IDs to cast ballot
EU delegation's visit is significant: Diplomat/PTI
EU should play 'positive role' in Kashmir: Shah

• August 7, 2002
Drop in number of pilgrims to Amarnath: PTI

• August 6, 2002
Militants kill 9 Amarnath pilgrims, injure 32
Security lapse responsible for attack: Swami
New outfit floated by LeT responsible for attack: Advani/PTI
Soldier dies in suicide attack by militant

• August 3, 2002
LeT ultra involved in Qasim Nagar carnage arrested: PTI

• August 2, 2002
US reopens arms smuggling case involving Pak government: PTI
J&K election in four phases on Sep 16, 24, Oct 1, 8
Ensure violence-free J&K poll: India tells Pakistan
BSF commandant, constable killed in Budgam
Family shattered by army captain's death in Rajouri
Five more BSF battalions deployed on Amarnath yatra route
Sub-inspector, militant killed, two cops hurt in Jammu
Militants attack Congress office in Srinagar
Militants open fire in Jammu's high-security area

• August 1, 2002
Suspected Qasim Nagar killers engage security forces: PTI
Army captain, 4 militants killed in Rajouri
Srinagar SP escapes attempt on life
Six militants killed in J&K
Amarnath: Fewer pilgrims undertake yatra after attack
Musharraf echoes Powell: Kashmir is an international issue
Advani rejects foreign monitors for J&K election

• July 31, 2002
Militants attack VIP enclave in Rajouri
Militants storm police station in Pulwama, kill one
US, EU ask Pak to ensure J&K polls are free of violence
Jammu, Ladakh students consider floating political party

• July 30, 2002
Govt clears oppn's misgivings on J&K, foreign policy

• July 29, 2002
JKLF appreciates Powell's concern over Kashmir
India vitiating peace, security in S Asia: Musharraf/PTI

• July 27, 2002
'Friendly countries' must keep their pledges: Powell
EU turns down Pak plea to mediate
Powell does not expect a breakthrough
Conditions do not exist for talks with Pak: India

• July 26, 2002
Powell arrives in India on Saturday
EU wants no disruption during J&K poll process

• July 24, 2002
Shabir Shah visits Qasim Nagar, terms carnage 'inhuman': PTI

• July 23, 2002
UK withdraws travel restrictions to India
Foreign military attaches visit Kashmir valley
Pakistan not to open airspace for India

• July 22, 2002
US withdraws travel restrictions to India
Pak unwilling to do more to ease tensions
Al Qaeda plans to strike Indian mission in Pak

• July 21, 2002
Jack Straw does not seem to be making any headway: PTI

• July 20, 2002
US travel advisory under review: Rocca
Yasin Malik re-arrested after getting bail in POTA case
Hurriyat prevented from protesting Jammu massacre

• July 19, 2002
US rejects Pakistan's demand of plebiscite in Kashmir
Cross-border infiltration is 'down', insists US

• July 18, 2002
3 of 7 militants inside Banihal mosque killed: PTI
JCO among 3 army men killed in ambush in Baramulla district
Migrant Property Act extended to Jammu

• July 16, 2002
Three picked up for Qasim Nagar carnage
Centre deputes Jaitley to discuss autonomy issue
Survivors of Qasim Nagar attack battle psychological wounds
Change in strategy of terrorists worries India
Blaming Pakistan will not stop terrorism: Cong
Army denies withdrawal of three divisions

• July 15, 2002
Jammu attack shows limits of coercive diplomacy
PM discusses massacre with Cabinet
Pakistan is not acting on its pledges: Sinha
Situation with India precarious: Pakistan
Uneasy calm as strike paralyses Jammu
Lashkar denies hand in Qasim Nagar attack
Mufti sees plot behind Jammu attack
Election will be held under our rule: Farooq
Three killed in militant-army encounter

• July 14, 2002
Terrorism in its most naked form: Advani
Pakistan condemns Jammu killings as 'terror' attack: PTI
Lashkar responsible for attack: J&K DGP/PTI
RSS stops short of demanding Farooq's dismissal
Jack Straw condemns latest Jammu massacre: PTI
Jammu bandh called on Monday to protest massacre: PTI

• July 13, 2002
21 killed in militant attack in Jammu

• July 11, 2002
Not possible to completely seal LoC: Pakistan/PTI
Pakistan should pull down terror camps: Straw

• July 10, 2002
Pakistani firing across LoC kills one civilian
US 'anxious' to get through Indo-Pak crisis
Larry Pressler criticises US for issuing travel advisories: PTI

• July 8, 2002
India still ready for joint surveillance of LoC: Fernandes

• July 5, 2002
France revises travel advisory to India

• July 4, 2002
No pullback till Pak stops terror: India
Infiltration bid foiled, two ultras, army jawan killed: PTI

• July 3, 2002
Infiltration hasn't come down: Sinha
Sinha's statement a ploy to avoid talks: Pak

• July 1, 2002
Police unearth terrorist camps; plan crackdown: PTI

• June 27, 2002
US freezes assets of two Sikh groups: Reuters
Armitage to visit India, Pakistan in August: PTI
Britain eases India travel warning

• June 26, 2002
No need to quit India, US tells its citizens

• June 25, 2002
Australia revises travel advisory for India
Pakistan resorts to artillery fire in Ladakh, BSF jawan hurt

• June 24, 2002
Musharraf indulging in 'verbal calisthenics': India
Powell speaks to Musharraf about Newsweek interview
Kashmir a Palestine in the making: Musharraf
Pakistan's nukes are for defence: Musharraf
Tea and tedium at the Wagah border
Musharraf promised permanent end to terror: US
Infiltration still continuing: J&K police chief
Pakistan to take up at UN alleged killing of soldier

• June 23, 2002
No promise of ending terror: Musharraf
PM sees US as facilitator on Kashmir

• June 22, 2002
Pak's conventional deterrence averted war: Musharraf
India refutes Musharraf's 'conventional deterrence' theory
India bearing brunt of military build up: Musharraf/PTI
India denies torture charge by Pakistan: Reuters
More work needed to ease Indo-Pak tension: US
US trying for permanent solution to terrorism faced by India
Only high-level talks can settle issues: Musharraf
Take Further Action to Stop Infiltration; EU to Pakistan

• June 21, 2002
Border residents still reluctant to return home: Reuters
Ending support to terror basis for Kashmir solution: Blair
British High Commission partially eases visa restrictions

• June 20, 2002
Flag meeting eases tension along Rajasthan border
Fernandes rules out withdrawal of troops from border
India silent on Pak crackdown on madrassas
India, US to discuss counter-insurgency operations
Lessened tension due to US, UK, Russia: Advani
Russia welcomes de-escalation of Indo-Pak standoff

• June 19, 2002
Big decline in infiltration: Fernandes
BSF officer killed in Pakistani firing
Vigil stepped up along Indo-Pak border in Rajasthan
India to install advanced American ground sensors on LoC: PTI
Special: Sensitive to infiltration
Miracle temple offers 'strength' to soldiers
Link US aid to Pakistan to ending terrorism: Pallone
India has not notified lifting overflights ban: Pak
US to continue support a dialogue between India, Pakistan
Defence expert rules out sale of Russian arms to Pak

• June 18, 2002
Nukes deterred India: Musharraf
India slams Musharraf's theory of deterrence
Armitage visit was to get commitment: US
India starts relaxing military deployment
Indo-Pak tension easing: Rumsfeld
Two Pakistani soldiers killed in retaliatory action

• June 17, 2002
India was prepared for nuclear war: PM
Army recalls instructional staff from border
Pakistan asks G8 leaders to help ease tension with India
Pakistan to 'reciprocate' Indian troop pull-back
Indian troops destroy Pakistani bunkers
Desert heat proves biggest enemy for troops

• June 15, 2002
Pakistani shelling kills one, wounds 13
India, Pakistan aware of war's risks: Rumsfeld
Pak spies used toys to transfer vital papers
Candle light prayers held for Kaluchak massacre victims: PTI
India, Pak DGMOs continue to maintain contact
Bush, Blair discuss Indo-Pak situation
Indo-Pak crisis should be solved bilaterally: Russia, UK

• June 14, 2002
Al Qaeda terrorists may be in Kashmir: Straw
India says NO to foreign forces, Yes to sensors
Al Qaeda presence in Kashmir valley possible: Army/PTI
Delhi takes tiny steps towards nuclear disaster management
Heavy shelling by Pakistani troops in Nowshera sector
Don't trust Pakistan, avoid complacency: Abdullah
India, Pakistan behaving responsibly: Rumsfeld
Indo-Pak situation still tense: US
US 'facilitator', not 'mediator': says Powell
US pressed India to lift overflight ban
Pakistan recalls warships

• June 13, 2002
2 BSF commanders killed by Pak shelling: Reuters
Musharraf wants India to pull back troops from border
Powell wants permanent solution to India-Pakistan feud
No international monitoring of LoC: Omar Abdullah
Only bilateral solution to Indo-Pak issues: US
Rumsfeld's comment vindicates us: Abdullah
Warships return from forward patrolling in Arabian sea
Muslims safer in India than in Pak: Hussain

• June 12, 2002
Two dozen houses damaged in Pak shelling
Musharraf may not control all militants: Armitage
India has taken constructive steps: Rumsfeld
India has conveyed de-escalatory steps: Pakistan
Al Qaeda operating near LoC: Rumsfeld
Issue of foreign monitors not discussed: US
International monitoring only on Pak side: Advani
Pakistan's steps tactical: India to US
US offers ground sensors to monitor LoC
Steps by India 'small beginning': Musharraf
Chances of war receding: Pak General Karamat
Rumsfeld has no 'single proposal'
Threat of Indo-Pak war has not passed: Bush
G-8 may not send envoy to India, Pakistan
G8 ministers focus on India, Pakistan crisis
Donald Rumsfeld arrives in Pakistan

• June 11, 2002
G8 ministers focus on India, Pakistan crisis
No international monitoring of LoC: India
Army sets up mechanism to monitor infiltration
US Defence Secretary Rumsfeld in Delhi
Lifting ban on overflights substantial gesture: India
US willing to monitor LoC from air if both India, Pak agree
Navy orders 20 ships back to harbour
Support to Kashmiri Cause Will Continue: Pakistan
India welcomes Straw's statement on ISI-ultras link
India may send envoy back to Pakistan
Links between ISI, militant groups: Straw
Pakistan declines to respond to India's gesture
Powell expects Musharraf to welcome Indian move
Poonch airport hit in Pak shelling
US welcomes Indian move to lift overflights ban
Tension abating, but crisis not over: US
India needs to do more to ease tensions: Musharraf/Reuters
Japan welcomes decision to reopen airspace
No major impact on visa disbursal: UK High Commission

• June 10, 2002
India lifts ban on PIA overflights
Pakistan welcomes decision to lift ban
India should initiate dialogue: Pakistan
Pakistani shelling in R S Pora; two killed
Infiltration continuing: Intelligence agencies
We will defy orders to end incursion: Militants
Civilian killed, two hurt in Pakistani shelling
NRIs deplore Pakistan's support of terrorists
Orissa tightens security at vital installations

• June 8, 2002
J&K gearing up for war; air defence notices in Srinagar
4 village defence committee members gunned down in J&K
3 soldiers killed by militants in Poonch district
Pak shell lands in Kargil market, residents panic
China provided Pak with missile-related technology: US official/PTI
2 killed, 3 injured in Pak shelling: PTI
India admits losing reconnaissance plane: PTI
Mumbai prepares for war: Reuters
Slight reduction in tension with India: Pakistan/PTI

• June 7, 2002
Indian spy plane shot down: Pakistan
Training camps of militant groups shut down: Report
Indo-Pak standoff spikes Bollywood show in UK
US Congressmen want Pak to dismantle terrorist camps
Infiltration is down 'significantly': US
Five killed, 16 hurt in shelling along LoC
Musharraf must give up 'all terrorism: Ackerman
Al Qaeda plans to assassinate Musharraf: Report
Putin asks Pakistan to end cross-border terrorism
Indo-Pak tension has lessened: Armitage
Three killed in Pak shelling in Poonch district
3 killed in Pak shelling in Poonch district
Joint patrolling proposal evolutionary: Jaswant
Armitage here with 'specific suggestions': Indian officials
Joint patrol: US wants India to work on formal proposal

• June 6, 2002
Bush, Putin discuss Indo-Pak standoff
Lashkar vows incursions; threatens to attack convoys
Pak to look into India's list of 20: Putin
Militant leaders to announce ceasefire: Report
Indo-Pak situation 'marginally better': Powell
Pressure mounting on Pak: Omar Abdullah
US attempting to work out monitoring mechanism for LoC
No international patrols along LoC: India
India's conditions non-negotiable: Fernandes
Pakistan's nuclear strategy intolerable: Britain
Washington to moot joint US-British patrol in J&K: Report
University of California suspends study programme in India
Armitage arrives in Pakistan on peace mission
Pakistan refuses to accept India's 'conditions'
US hopes visiting dignitaries will keep tensions from erupting
Mansingh praises US efforts to defuse Indo-Pak tensions
India lodges protest against NYT editorial

• June 5, 2002
Armitage in Delhi on Friday
Pakistan expels Indian high commission staffer
Pakistan reacts cautiously to PM's proposal
Military option open: Advani
Indian, Pak troops exchange artillery fire in Kargil
Fernandes contradicts PM over proposal to Pak
US, UK 'strongly urge' nationals to leave India, Pak
US, Britain welcome PM's proposal for joint patrolling
Indo-Pak tension dominates Rumsfeld-Blair talks
Bush Speaks to Vajpayee, Musharraf
India rules out immediate de-escalation
Separatist movements no excuse for terrorism: PM
PM rules out international observers for monitoring LoC
Too early to say if infiltration has stopped: US
Staffer row: Pak accuses India of subverting rules
India willing to consider Pak's 'wanted' list: PM
'US will tell India to de-escalate only if infiltration stops'
Al Qaeda could exploit Indo-Pak standoff: Rumsfeld/PTI
Border dwellers building bunkers to face Pak shelling
Security Council for international efforts to resolve Indo-Pak standoff

• June 4, 2002
Japan tells Pakistan to stop infiltration
India lodges protest with Pak over injured staffer
Indo-Pak tensions 'worrying': Annan
India not to talks with Pak in third country
Musharraf ready to go to Moscow for talks with Vajpayee
CICA adopts declaration on fighting terror
China not to withdraw diplomats
Puri Shankaracharya for fitting reply to Pakistan
Pakistan stops injured Indian staffer from leaving
'Terrorism has nothing to do with J&K'
Pakistan against terrorism in all its forms: Musharraf
Nothing has changed: Vajpayee
US to help verify whether incursions have stopped: PTI
China not to withdraw diplomats from India, Pakistan: PTI

• June 3, 2002
Kashmir is a bilateral issue: Armitage
Musharraf ready to meet Vajpayee
Impose economic sanctions on Pakistan: Advani
No 'back-channel' contacts with India: Pak
India to induct Israeli early warning radar
We want to avoid war with Pakistan: India
Annan wants Vajpayee, Musharraf to meet
Exchange of artillery fire with Pak continues in J&K
Hurriyat urges India, Pakistan to talk
Religious extremism shouldn't be allowed to flourish in Asia: PM/PTI
Fernandes dismisses threat of a nuclear war in South Asia
PM to meet Putin, Jiang on Tuesday: PTI
China to make efforts to cool tempers in South Asia

• June 1, 2002
India not in a rush to go to war: PMO
Brahmos anti-ship missile to be produced in 2003
Staffer's abduction in Pak reprehensible: India
Arms sales 'irrelevant' to Indo-Pak tensions: Straw

• May 31, 2002
Pak imposes blackout in PoK capital
US, UK advise their nationals to leave India: PTI
Musharraf has ordered a halt to infiltration: US/PTI
Infiltration has not stopped: Indian army
Cross-border infiltration still continuing: Powell
Bush's two-step strategy on Kashmir
India rules out PM, Musharraf meeting in Almaty
Fernandes dismisses immediate threat of war
We have kept the engines running: Air chief
Indian nuclear arsenal dwarfs Pakistan's: Jane's
Cabinet to reopen Internet services in J&K
Kashmiris prefer India over Pakistan: Poll
US condemns attack on Doda police lines
Pakistan criticises Russia for defence supplies to India
Two soldiers killed in Pakistani shelling
Japan asks Pak to take 'visible' action to prevent infiltration
• SPECIAL: 'We are not prepared for a nuke attack'
• SPECIAL: Dos and Don'ts after a nuclear attack'
• SPECIAL: Power is the deterrent

• May 30, 2002
Musharraf has promised to stop cross-border terrorism: Fernandes
Bush asks Musharraf to live up to his word; to send Rumsfeld
Three army porters seriously hurt in Pak shelling in Batalik
Alert on Himachal-J&K border: PTI
Defiant Pakistan threatens to use nukes
Pak's threat to use nukes 'loose talk': India
Pakistan moves troops from Afghan border
PM holds meet to review border situation
Pak troops open fire along IB, LoC
Pakistan's nuclear trigger in US hands: Indian expert
Pakistan to give India list of 32 'most wanted'
US may send Rumsfeld to India, Pakistan
Indo-Pak tensions have reached critical point: India Caucus co-chairman
• SPECIAL: India's Achilles Heel
• COLUMN: The general and his silly fibs
• INTERVIEW: 'Pakistan only jeopardises India'

• May 29, 2002
Five killed, 14 injured in Pak shelling in Poonch
If all efforts fail, army is there: Fernandes
ISI asks terrorists to dominate border areas
Britain backs India in its fight: Straw
Pakistan to send special envoys to US, Europe
Straw meets Congress chief Sonia Gandhi
Three injured in Pakistani shelling
India, Pakistan heading towards war: Bhutto
PPP asks Musharraf to stop infiltration into India
Onus to reduce tension on Pakistan: Russia
Pakistani spy held in Meerut: PTI

• May 28, 2002
General's speech was dangerous: Jaswant
Column: Mr Straw, do you know who created the Kashmir mess?
Shelling continues from across the border
Indus treaty will not to be affected: Centre
Vajpayee overrules hawks on Indus Waters treaty
Fernandes meets service chiefs to assess situation
Pakistan test-fires Abdali missile
War will not be a walkover: Musharraf
Straw rejects Pak suggestion on international observers along LoC: PTI
Jack Straw arrives in New Delhi
Pakistan snaps militants' wireless links: Report
About 3,000 militants planning to cross LoC: Fernandes
No Vajpayee-Musharraf meeting in Kazakhstan
Pakistan wants bilateral talks in Almaty (Kazakhstan)
India not to sever diplomatic ties with Pakistan
Indo-Pak nuclear war to kill 12 million: Report
UK to ask Musharraf to end cross-border terrorism

• May 27, 2002
General brushes aside India's complaints on terrorism
'Real democracy' will begin in December: Musharraf
Musharraf's speech greeted with skepticism in India
We don't need your sympathy, minorities tell Musharraf
Pakistan must make good its promises: PM
India to spell out its response on Tuesday - PTI
Time to adopt another way to fight war: Advani
UK disturbed over tension: Jack Straw/PTI

• May 26, 2002
Musharraf hasn't stopped infiltration: Powell
US praises India, wants Pak to end terrorism: US
Putin to meet Vajpayee, Musharraf next month
India's 'inaction' sign of weakness: Farooq
Musharraf's statement provocative: India
Jack Straw to visit India on Wednesday
India Destabilising Pakistan: Musharraf
World must understand Pak mindset: India
We should have attacked Pak after Dec 13: PM
Pak tests Ghaznavi missile
Five killed in Pak shelling in Jammu

• May 25, 2002
Pakistan test fires Ghauri missile as India tension simmers
India running out of patience: PM/PTI
Fulfil promises: Bush tells Musharraf; Putin seeks to play peacemaker
Pak military initiates fresh crackdown on militants: PTI
Nine injured in grenade attack in J&K: PTI

• May 24, 2002
Don't rule out dialogue with Pak: Congress to Centre
Country stands united against Pak-sponsored terror: Sonia
India reserves right to hit back: Omar Abdullah
Vajpayee sends letter to Bush
US asks Pakistan to stop infiltration in J&K
Possibility of Indo-Pak war receding, say experts
Army combat-ready; digs new positions along border
Heavy build-up by India hampering fight against terrorism: Pakistan
One killed, 3 injured in Pak shelling in Poonch
Britain plans emergency evacuation of citizens from India, Pak
Armitage to head for South Asia on June 4
Pakistan to test missiles from May 25

• May 23, 2002
Vajpayee reviews security situation in J&K
PM announces new economic package for J&K
Implement UN resolution on terrorism: EU to Pak
PM ready for political solution to J&K issue
Translate promises into action: CCS to Pak
Pakistani troops destroy 2 villages in J&K
Pakistan alerts key departments
Govt may close down Pak High Commission: Omar
Bush, Schroeder discuss Indo-Pak tensions
Pakistan to withdraw troops from Afghan border
Powell, Annan discuss Indo-Pak tensions with Musharraf
Bangladesh summons Indian envoy over Indo-Pak ties
Hurriyat rejects Vajpayee's talks offer
People want end to cross-border terrorism: India tells US
US actively engaged in easing Indo-Pak tensions: Cheney
US doing all to prevent Indo-Pak conflict: Chamberlin
Standoff may top Bush-Putin summit agenda
Blair asks Pak to stop cross-border terrorism
Pakistan calls for mediation to ease tension
Pakistan calls on UN to pressurise India for talks
Musharraf for crackdown on militants
Musharraf says he wants to shed power
Army inducts nuclear attack resistant shelters
Pakistani troops fire on Punjab village
Musharraf meets top commanders in Islamabad
Pak army deploys missile batteries along LoC
Pak to withdraw troops from UN peace mission

• May 22, 2002
Time for a decisive battle has come: PM
Navy deploys warships in Arabian Sea
Pakistan will not hesitate to use nukes
US asks Pakistan 'to do all it can' to end terror
10 Pakistani jawans, 2 Indians killed in shelling
India gives an earful to Pakistani envoy
Pakistan vows to defend itself
Fernandes asks troops to be ready
J&K parties urge PM to conduct fair polls
Abdullah opposes separatists meeting PM
Abdul Gani Lone laid to rest
Evidence points to LeT hand in Lone killing
My father is a martyr for peace: Bilal Lone
Pak alleges Indian complicity in Lone killing
Hurriyat demands judicial probe into Lone's killing

• May 21, 2002
Firing at Hurriyat meeting; Lone killed
Pakistan blames India for Lone's killing
Kaluchak massacre most inhuman: PM
'Guns silenced a reasonable, moderate voice'
Lone's murder a bid to disrupt J&K poll process: Swami
Three civilians, jawan killed in Pakistani firing
One killed in Pakistani shelling
India rebuts Pakistan's charge of belligerence
Britain's Jack Straw to visit India, Pakistan
Time for final settlement has come: Jana
Fernandes cuts short visit, returns to Delhi
Lone's killing unfortunate: PM
Farooq expresses sorrow over Lone's killing
Advani condemns Lone's killing

• May 20, 2002
Army asked to consult 'war book': Advani
Six Pak soldiers killed, ten enemy bunkers destroyed
Pak to approach UNSC to bring down tension with India
George Fernandes in Bikaner
Pakistan intensifies shelling in R S Pora sector
Pakistan fires on villages in Punjab
Pakistan moves reserve corp to Sutlej-Ravi corridor
Take action and then talk: India tells Pakistan
War unlikely before September

• May 18, 2002
Pakistan will be told to recall envoy
Heavy shelling in Uri sector of J&K
PM briefed about border situation

• May 17, 2002
Jammu tense following heavy firing along LoC
Border villages near Jammu witnessing exodus: PTI
Anything can happen any time: Pak minister/PTI
'Rhetoric' will not solve J&K problem: Sonia
Cong extends support to government in tackling terrorism
CPI-M warns against going to war

• May 16, 2002
• Advani's to reply on Jammu attack tomorrow
• Response will be spelt out in Parliament on Friday: Farooq
• PM confers with senior Cabinet colleagues
• Bush condemns terrorist attack in Jammu
• Terrorists behind Jammu massacre identified
• Eight victims of Jammu carnage cremated
• India to mount diplomatic offensive against Pakistan
• Time for action has come: Padmanabhan
• 'Pakistan army masterminded Jammu attack'
• Another succumbs to injuries

• May 15, 2002
• Jammu attack very heinous, we have to counter it: PM
• Pak denies hand in Jammu suicide attack
• Home ministry convenes meeting to discuss Jammu attack
• War with Pakistan not ruled out: BJP
• Bandh disrupts life in Jammu
• 'Musharraf, not Modi country's real enemy'
• We want action, not words: India to Pak
• Congress to support government on J&K: Sonia
• Red alert sounded in Jammu
• Farooq blames Pakistan for Kalu Chak massacre
• Punish those responsible for Jammu carnage: Fernandes
• Jammu attack is terrorism, not 'freedom struggle': Rocca
• Child succumbs to injury, toll mounts to 34
• Bandh disrupts life in Jammu
• Pak has hand in Jammu terror attack: Fernandes

• May 14, 2002
• Pakistan calls for inquiry into Jammu attack
• Military restraint may not last: Centre
• Link between attack, Rocca visit: Advani
• Jammu attack barbaric: Christina Rocca
• Pak not interested in improving relations with India: Abdullah
• Two outfits claim responsibility for attack on Jammu army camp
• Militants boarded bus near J&K border: Himachal CM
• 33 killed in attack on army camp in Jammu