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- India has right to respond to attack on sovereignty: Bangladesh on surgical strike
- India strikes back, carries out surgical strikes on terror launch pads at LoC
- Uma Bharti-chaired Karnataka-TN meeting on Cauvery dispute inconclusive
India has right to respond to attack on sovereignty: Bangladesh on surgical strike
- DHAKA: India has "all legal and globally accepted right" to respond to any attack on her sovereignty and territory, Bangladesh said on Thursday after Indian Army carried out surgical strikes+ against terror bases across the Line of Control but called for "restraint" from all sides. "India has got all legal, internationally accepted right to make a response to any attack on her sovereignty and her soil," Iqbal Chowdhury, Advisor to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said.
India strikes back, carries out surgical strikes on terror launch pads at LoC
- Indian Army conducted surgical strikes+ on terror launch pads at the LoC on Wednesday night, the DGMO said on Thursday in a press briefing. Surgical strikes+ were based on specific intelligence input of terror groups ready to infiltrate+ into India and carry out terror attacks.Seven terror launch pads were targeted+ across the LoC by special forces of the Indian Army during the 'surgical strike'.
Uma Bharti-chaired Karnataka-TN meeting on Cauvery dispute inconclusive
- NEW DELHI: A Karnataka-Tamil Nadu meeting chaired by Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti on Thursday was inconclusive, with both states refusing to budge from their respective stands on the Cauvery water sharing issue. Bharti said both states had been asked to jointly propose a solution to the Supreme Court, and that she would be willing to participate in an indefinite hunger strike if tensions rose again at the Karnataka-TN border.
Source: The Times of India