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🤣🤣🤣 5-7 indian army soldiers .

Two were injured ,one martyred .

But one thing is sure ,these pigs will be roasted as have been others , no place in jannat , and no hoors with those dead burnt bodies

Memes are not allowed else i have a good one but your suggestion was well taken by IA . Typically pigs are roasted directly on the spot with flame throwers. Death is slow, painful but confirmed!!!!!

That's how trees fell post URI..
 

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Memes are not allowed else i have a good one but your suggestion was well taken by IA . Typically pigs are roasted directly on the spot with flame throwers. Death is slow, painful but confirmed!!!!!

That's how trees fell post URI..
There is a meme thread. Post away, buddy.
 

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Pakistan since 1947 -

UN will help us get Kashmir
UK will help us get Kashmir
USA will help us get Kashmir
China will help us get Kashmir
Now, Taliban will help us get Kashmir

Next up - Sierra Leone and Burkina Faso
Yesterday taliban refused to act against ttp . Pakistan will be bombed more than 1990's .

Scene is going to be spectacular , earlier ttp didn't existed in such form ,and pakistan wasn't in bad economic shape like now .

Keep tab on pakistani casualty , will be in hundreds from ttp alone , bla will use opportunity and start rampage in Balochistan .

Pakistani were celebrating taliban victory , it's payback time .

Kashmir is indian for all the time in future
 

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Yesterday taliban refused to act against ttp . Pakistan will be bombed more than 1990's .

Scene is going to be spectacular , earlier ttp didn't existed in such form ,and pakistan wasn't in bad economic shape like now .

Keep tab on pakistani casualty , will be in hundreds from ttp alone , bla will use opportunity and start rampage in Balochistan .

Pakistani were celebrating taliban victory , it's payback time .

Kashmir is indian for all the time in future
Couldnt care less what they do within their own country. From what I see that country is already worn torn and backward with sectarian violence, girls being shot in the head for wanting to go to school and minorities being accused in false blasphemy cases. How much worse can it possibly get with their good Taliban, bad Taliban rubbish anyway.
 

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Couldnt care less what they do within their own country. From what I see that country is already worn torn and backward with sectarian violence, girls being shot in the head for wanting to go to school and minorities being accused in false blasphemy cases. How much worse can it possibly get with their good Taliban, bad Taliban rubbish anyway.
Well if they bleed more ,our people are safer , last decade without civilian attack in mumbai etc is due to their economy being hitting hard . It's time that they get sanctioned for Afghanistan to further degrade them and shifting them in chinese debt trap . It would be nice to see imran khan wong
 

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Jaish-e-Mohammed chief meets Taliban leadership, seeks ‘help’ in Kashmir: Sources
Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed's chief Masood Azhar met Taliban leaders, including Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, to seek "help" for operations in the Kashmir valley.

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Jaish-e-Mohammed chief meets Taliban leadership, seeks ‘help’ in Kashmir: Sources
Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed's chief Masood Azhar met Taliban leaders, including Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, to seek "help" for operations in the Kashmir valley.

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You have to hand it to the Pak terror groups backed by their military. Every few years they hope someone will help them get Kashmir.
 

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Kashmir's tourism Industry is witnessing a boom after hitting the lowest in the last two years. In the month of July and August, Kashmir has seen maximum tourist arrivals. The Srinagar airport has more than 8,000 travellers flying in and out of Srinagar with a total of 62 flights everyday.

The numbers have increased after the authorities started late evening flights in Srinagar. It has not only helped the tourists but locals of the valley too.

"A total number of 8,059 passengers travelled on 62 flights (31 Arrivals and 31 Departure)," tweeted Srinagar Airport Authority.

The tourism stakeholders of Kashmir valley have finally had some respite. They are hoping the tourist arrivals continue like this so that the industry flourishes again.

"The flow of tourists is much better than what it was earlier. After Covid we are thankful to the tourism department for the promotion and with time its getting better and better. Department started a vaccination drive and we were the first ones to open for tourists in the country. We are adding new attractions like water transport and a new destination Gurez also picked up. We are hoping that with festivals coming the number of tourists will increase. We are also doing regional promotions in different states," said Manzoor Pakhtoon, a tour operator.

After the second wave of Covid subsided in the country, people have finally started travelling and Kashmir is one of the most favourite destinations for the domestic tourists.

A lot of tourists could be seen around Dal Lake, Gulmarg and places like Pahalgam.

"We have come to Kashmir for the first time and we are liking it. What we hear in the news, it's not like that at all. We like everything from people to places. We are going to Pahalgam and Gulmarg for the next three days. Everyone should come to Kashmir and there is nothing to worry about. People are bored at home so people should travel now," said Naresh Kumar, a tourist.

The tourists also asked people from across the country to visit the Valley.

"Kashmir is a paradise and it's the truth. We are so happy to be here. And I would also come again for sure. I would ask people to come as it's a very beautiful place," said Aakash Tilak, a tourist.

The government of Jammu and Kashmir has also given special discounts and offers to the tourists coming to the valley. Some new sites are being added as well as adventure tourism is also being promoted.
 

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The Indian Army safely repatriated three children to a Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) village on Friday. The children had crossed the Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch sector on Wednesday.

These children, aged 9 to 17, were presented with gift packs by local children and the Indian Army, before being handed over to the Pakistani Army at LoC crossing in the presence of their parents.

 

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Kashmiri separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani has died at the age of 92. The hardliner Islamist leader -- who has been the face of the separatist movement in Jammu and Kashmir -- had been ailing for long and had resigned from politics and Hurriyat last year.
"Saddened by the news of Geelani sahab's passing away. We may not have agreed on most things but I respect him for his steadfastness & standing by his beliefs. May Allah Ta'aala grant him jannat & condolences to his family & well wishers," former Chief Minister and People's Democratic Party leader Mehbooba Mufti has tweeted.

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