Pak Army spokesman General Asif Ghafoor warned of response if India undertook any misadventure Jan 14 2018 8:35 AM | The Pakistan Army today warned India against any misadventure, asserting that the country's nuclear weapons were exclusively meant to foil any threat emanating from the east. The Army's response came days after Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's recent remark that the force was ready to call Pakistan's "nuclear bluff" and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government.
Kerala's flood-hit massive destruction has killed 324 people over the last nine days and more than 2 lakh people have been displaced, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said, issuing a fresh rain alert for the battered state. The state, battling floods and landslides, plunged deeper into crisis yesterday, with hospitals facing shortage of oxygen and fuel stations running dry.
Rescue efforts have been progressing on a war footing and Mr Vijayan said he has spoken to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here yesterday. Today, PM Modi along with Mr Vijayan will make an aerial survey of the worst affected districts.Read more..
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