A rescue is under way for trapped soldiers near the Pakistan and India border. CNN's Natalie Allen reports.
An Indian army officer and five militants were killed Saturday in clashes along the de facto border between Indian and Pakistan administered Kashmir, the army said.
An Indian soldier and five suspected militants died in a shootout that lasted all day in Indian-administered Kashmir, authorities said Saturday.
The Indian army on Saturday said it killed three militants and foiled an infiltration bid on the border with neighboring Pakistan.
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The Indian government said Saturday it is considering scaling down security forces in the troubled Himalayan region of Kashmir and will advise state officials there to immediately release those who have been arrested in violent anti-India protests over the last few months.
Continuing anti-India demonstrations claimed four more lives in India's Kashmir Valley on Saturday, police said.
Four people were killed and eight others wounded Wednesday when police fired on demonstrators in the town of Mendhar in India's Jammu and Kashmir state, a local official said.
Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers Tuesday announced plans to meet in July as part of efforts by their countries to restart their peace process frozen by the 2008 attacks in Mumbai.
The sole surviving gunman in the 2008 Mumbai attacks is sentenced to death by hanging. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab is a hated man in India. The sole gunman to be captured alive in the November 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai, Kasab has been sentenced to death for his role in the bloody three-day siege that killed more than 160 people.
The resumption of talks between India and Pakistan on Thursday was critical in restoring trust and confidence that eroded after the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, the Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries said Thursday.
Terrorism dominates talks between long-time Asian rivals Pakistan and India. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports
Pakistani troops killed at least 29 militants in clashes and air strikes in the tribal regions along the border with Afghanistan, military officials told CNN.
A senior Pakistani military officer and a soldier were wounded by gunmen in an apparent assassination attempt in the nation's capital, police said Friday.
Pakistan's military said Tuesday that its forces have taken over a Taliban stronghold during the ongoing ground offensive in the tribal region of South Waziristan.
Three people were killed Saturday when hostile fire caused a Pakistani military transport helicopter to crash, Pakistani officials said.
The top U.S. military commander for the Middle East and Central Asia visited Pakistan on Monday as the Pakistani army battled Taliban militants in the country's northwest, U.S. Embassy officials said.
Pakistan's army said Sunday it has killed 60 "terrorists" as it battles to wrest control of part of the country from the Taliban. Five soldiers were killed in the last 24 hours of the assault, the military said.
Pakistani military jets bombed Taliban militant hideouts Tuesday in the country's lawless tribal region, a senior military official told CNN.
A Taliban spokesman and leader were arrested in Pakistan's volatile Swat Valley, a military official said.
An exclusive look at one of Pakistan's lashkars, volunteer tribesmen taking on the Taliban. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Sixteen-year-old Akbar Zaid dreams of becoming a teacher. But for now, his summer job involves holding an automatic rifle and hunting down Taliban fighters.
CNN's Michael Ware reports the Pakistani military has offered to broker U.S., Taliban talks aimed at an Afghan cease-fire.
The Pakistan military has declared that not only is it in contact with Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar but that it can bring him and other commanders to the negotiating table with the United States.
A top Taliban leader in Pakistan is buying and selling children for suicide bombings, Pakistani and U.S. officials said.
A moderate Muslim cleric who denounced suicide attacks as forbidden by Islam was killed Friday in a suicide attack on his mosque in Lahore, authorities said.
A suspected suicide attacker detonated his explosives at a mosque in northwestern Pakistan during Friday prayers, killing at least 40 people and wounding dozens of others, a local police official said.
The Pakistani military claimed Friday to have broken the backs of Taliban militants in the Swat region.
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf speaks about the state of his country and what its future holds.
A Taliban spokesman issued threats and ultimatums against Pakistani officials this week, as the country's military continued its offensive against the militant group in the Swat Valley.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports on the growing refugee crisis as the Pakistani military continues its operation against the Taliban.
Pakistani civilians were given a brief window on Friday to flee the ongoing fighting between government forces and Taliban militants in the country's north, according to military officials.
The Taliban are digging in for a "bloody urban battle" against the Pakistani army in a hotly disputed city in the western part of the country, a strategic expert warned Thursday.
The United Nations' refugee agency warned Friday of a "massive displacement" of civilians as Pakistan's military broadens its offensive against Taliban militants in the country's troubled northwest.
Pakistan's prime minister formally renounced a peace agreement with Taliban militants Thursday night and announced "decisive steps" to expand the battle in the country's northwest.
Pakistan's prime minister formally renounced a peace agreement with Taliban militants. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Newly displaced residents, fleeing the fighting between government troops and Taliban militants in northwestern Pakistan, are putting a crush on U.N. resources already stretched thin.
Pakistan's military struck back this week at militants in Taliban-held areas.
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates speaks exclusively about Obama's foreign policy with CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
Pakistan's military continued its assault Thursday on militants in Taliban-held areas, its chief spokesman told reporters.
Pakistan's military intensified its drive against the Taliban in the country's restive tribal regions Wednesday, reclaiming a key town in the northwest district of Buner.
Pakistani fighter jets pounded Taliban targets in the country's northwestern region Tuesday, part of a wider military crackdown on militants inside its borders.
The Obama plan for Afghanistan and Pakistan announced Friday has a great deal to recommend it, with its emphasis on protecting the Afghan population and delivering more aid directly to the Pakistani people instead of to the Pakistan army.
Ten people in the disputed territory of Kashmir have been killed in ongoing gunfights between militants and Indian troops, an Indian defense spokesman said Sunday.
India says Pakistani troops in Kashmir fired "indiscriminately" at Indian positions Friday night.
A Pakistani man using "colonel" as a title is one of about three dozen people wanted over November's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, but his connections with the Pakistani army have not been established, Indian prosecutors say.
Pakistani troops have been moved to the Indian border amid fears of an Indian ground incursion, two Pakistani military officials told CNN on Friday.
The heavily guarded, seventh and final phase of voting for a state assembly ended Wednesday in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir. Results are expected Sunday.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on India and Pakistan's agreement for commercial trade on the Kashmir border.
Poverty-stricken supporters protest a ban on Jam'at ud Da'wah, labeled by the U.N. as a terrorist group.
Supporters of a banned Pakistani charity being tied to last month's Mumbai attacks staged demonstrations in the federal capital of Islamabad and other cities on Friday protesting the shutting of the group.
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on developments in Pakistan and India regarding the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
The founder of the terrorist group India blames for last month's Mumbai attacks has been placed under house arrest, a senior Pakistani government official told CNN.
A U.N. committee has designated as terrorists four men believed to be members of the Lashkar e-Tayyiba (LeT) terrorist group suspected of masterminding last month's deadly attacks in Mumbai.
Pakistani authorities have arrested two top leaders of the Islamic militant group India blames for the November massacre in Mumbai, Pakistan's prime minister confirmed Wednesday.
Pakistan's security forces have arrested the operational chief of Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, the Islamic militant group that India says was behind the recent killings of more than 160 people in Mumbai.
Pakistan's president Tuesday pointed to a weekend raid in Kashmir as proof of his government's commitment against terrorism, urging India to "pause and take a breath" before blaming Pakistan for the November massacre in Mumbai.
Pakistan is continuing to conduct raids on targets linked to the outlawed group that India blames for last month's massacre in Mumbai, a Pakistani security official told CNN on Monday.
"There's no doubt" that the deadly attack on India's financial capital last month was planned inside Pakistan, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told CNN on Sunday.
Indian police arrested two suspected dealers in black market cell phone chips -- a vendor and a Srinigar police officer -- in the effort to trace how the Mumbai attackers got theirs.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on a security scare at the New Delhi airport.
India's top law enforcement official has admitted there were government "lapses" during last week's terror attack on Mumbai, amid outrage over security and intelligence failures, according to reports.
Fareed Zakaria discusses India's response to terror attacks, and what Pakistan needs to do to avoid potential conflict.
The attackers who killed nearly 180 people last week in Mumbai, India, had help from a Bangladeshi national, Indian security sources told CNN sister network CNN-IBN.
The head of a small fishing community along the coast of Mumbai says he warned Indian police about terrorists smuggling powerful explosives months before gunmen entered through the harbor and launched a deadly siege against the city.
CNN's Nic Robertson has more on explosives defused in a train station and the training the Mumbai terrorists received.
The United States warned the Indian government about a potential maritime attack against Mumbai at least a month before last week's massacre in the country's financial capital left nearly 180 dead, a U.S. counterterrorism official told CNN.
Indian security forces were warned twice by U.S. officials about a water-borne attack. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
A captured suspect in the Mumbai attacks has told police that he is Pakistani, Indian officials say. CNN's sister station, CNN-IBN, reports that the alleged terrorist said he was trained by Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, a Pakistan-based terror group that opposes India over the disputed Kashmir region.
Pakistan's prime minister says he condems the terror attacks in Mumbai, India. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Pakistan's military has killed 60 militants in airstrikes on targets in the Swat Valley since Friday morning, a Pakistani army official in the area said Saturday.
A suspected U.S. missile strike killed four people and wounded two others in Pakistan's tumultuous North Waziristan region, Pakistani military sources said Sunday.
Was it due to U.S prodding or a way for Kayani to prove that his office remains the most powerful in the troubled country?
U.S. and Pakistani troops exchanged fire Thursday along the Pakistani-Afghan border minutes after the Pakistani military fired shots at two American helicopters that were providing cover for the troops, a U.S. military spokesman said.
Pakistani troops fired at American reconnaissance helicopters patrolling the Afghan-Pakistan border Thursday, heightening tensions as U.S. steps up cross-border operations in a region known as a haven for Taliban and al-Qaida militants
Warnings over American military action on Pakistani soil may be be driven by domestic political concern, rather than a genuine parting of ways
India's military on Wednesday accused Pakistani forces of another cease-fire breach in Kashmir.
Senior Pakistani and Indian military officials met Tuesday to discuss a border clash in Kashmir, the first major skirmish between South Asia's nuclear rivals since a 2003 cease-fire.
A border clash between Indian and Pakistani troops sparked heavy fighting Monday in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir, an Indian military spokeswoman reported.
Pakistan summoned the U.S. ambassador Wednesday to protest a U.S. airstrike that it says killed 11 of its forces who were cooperating with the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan.
An Indian army trooper was shot to death Monday on the border between the Indian- and Pakistani-administered parts of Kashmir, the Indian Defense spokesman said.
A suicide bomber killed 10 people on Sunday after attacking a bakery on a Pakistan army base near the northwestern city of Peshawar, according to police and the Pakistani military.
Honoring Benazir Bhutto's last wishes, her Pakistan People's Party (PPP) today named her teenage son Bilawal, and her husband, Asif Zardari as its leaders.
Human Rights Watch Ali Dayan Hasan talks exclusively to CNN's Zain Verjee on the future of Pakistan.
Experts believe the weapons are secure for now, but they worry about what will happen when new officers take over
Five high-school students who mistook a bomblet for a toy were fatally wounded when the explosive went off as they played with it in a field in Pakistan's part of Kashmir, police said Friday.
The Indian government accused Pakistan's military spy agency, the Inter Services Intelligence, of planning the July 11 Mumbai train bombings that killed 209 people.
The sprawling, bustling city of Mumbai stood still as millions of its residents observed two minutes of silence to mourn the victims of last week's deadly train attack.
Pakistan has issued regrets over India's postponement of bilateral talks this week and denied claims that terror acts -- such as last week's Mumbai train bombings -- are being planned and launched by anti-Indian insurgents based in Pakistan.
Pakistani police fired warning shots and tear gas as people tried to cross into Indian-controlled Kashmir during a ceremonial opening of the heavily-guarded Line of Control to deliver relief supplies to earthquake victims.
At least 15 people have been killed in a bomb blast in India's northeastern Assam state, as people gathered to celebrate India's independence day, local police said.
Gunmen killed 12 people after entering a remote village in the Jammu region and forcing them out of their homes.
The Jammu and Kashmir police say they have thwarted a suicide attack planned by Pakistani militants on New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Pakistan and India have agreed to start dialogue on the issue of Kashmir later this year, Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf has announced.
Indian and Pakistani diplomats have reached a "broad understanding" on a framework for peace talks, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry said.
Three days of landmark talks between bitter foes India and Pakistan have opened in Islamabad, with the long-standing dispute over Kashmir expected to be the main focus.
The first formal peace talks between India and Pakistan in more than two years have opened in Islamabad, with "all issues" -- including the disputed region of Kashmir -- on the table.
The first formal peace talks between India and Pakistan in more than two years have opened in Islamabad, with the disputed region of Kashmir high on the agenda.