India relocates more than 10,000 people from Kashmir region as tensions rise


PUBLISHED Sat, October 01, 2016 - 1:17pm EDT


As tensions with Pakistan continue to escalate, India relocated more than 10,000 people from around the disputed border area of Kashmir. The two nations exchanged gunfire Saturday morning. Each side accused the other of provocation, as tensions rose yet again between the two nuclear neighbors. In two separate incidents, the magistrate of Jammu District in India accused Pakistani troops of firing across the Line of Control. There were no fatalities reported. 47 camps to accommodate those migrating from the border areas have been set up.





  India     

 



LEAVE COMMENTS



.

 


Happening Now

Vehicle strikes security barrier near the White House

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens indicted for invasion of privacy

Australian Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce to resign over misconduct allegation

Florida Amber Alert: Juliet Odierna abducted from Cape Coral

Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School on lockdown





BNO NEWS RADIO


Listen to "BNO News - Breaking News Radio" on Spreaker.




SIGN-UP - BREAKING NEWS ALERTS



Just want the important news? Sign up now for the fastest email alerts from BNO News. Click here to get started!




LIVE WIRE


Florida Amber Alert: Juliet Odierna abducted from Cape Coral

Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School on lockdown

Mary Rose Keadjuk: Missing woman found dead after 27 years

Suicide bomber attacks U.S. embassy in Montenegro

Cardiff University lecturer Malcolm Anderson dead at 48





VIDEOS


Trump blocks release of Democratic memo on Russia probe

Strong earthquake hits northeast Taiwan, killing at least 2

British court upholds arrest warrant against Julian Assange

‘Glee’ star Mark Salling found dead in apparent suicide

Canadian billionaire and wife were murdered, police say