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    Pakistan at it Again Violates Ceasefire Along LOC (Line of Control) Army Retaliates

    Pakistan again violated the ceasefire late on Friday night when Pakistani Army fired on several Indian posts in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, forcing the Indian side to retaliate. The firing continued till 3am on Saturday but no casualties have been reported.
    A Border Security Force (BSF) soldier patrols near the fenced border with Pakistan in Suchetgarh near Jammu. Pakistan today suspended cross-LoC bus service between J&K and PoK. PTI

    This fresh incident comes four days after five Indian soldiers on a patrol in the Poonch sector were killed in an ambush by specialist troops of the Pakistan Army.

    Reports said the Pakistan Army targeted the Durga post along the Line of Control (LoC) on Friday night. This fresh violation is likely to further jeopardise the meeting between the prime ministers of the two countries which was scheduled on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly at New York in September.

    Defence minister AK Antony had said in Parliament on Thursday, “This incident (the Poonch killings) will have consequences on our behaviour on the LoC and for our relations with Pakistan. Our restraint should not be taken for granted nor should the capacity of armed forces and resolve of the government to uphold the sanctity of the LoC ever be doubted.”

    While Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has termed it “imperative” that the two sides begin a dialogue at the earliest, the UPA government under fire from the Opposition and people for not taking a strong line against the neighbouring country will now have to harden its stance.

    While Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is unlikely to abandon the peace initiative easily, what happens in New York will depend on events on the border and how Pakistan responds to Indian concerns

    Suicide bomber devastates Shiite enclave in Pakistan, killing 83

    Pakistani police have revised the cause of a blast that killed 83 people on Saturday, saying a suicide bomber was behind the attack that pulverized a busy marketplace.

    The explosion targeted Shiite Muslims in Hazara, on the outskirts of the southwestern city of Quetta, authorities said.

    Police now say a suicide bomber, driving an explosive-laden water tanker, rammed the vehicle into buildings at the crowded marketplace.

    The water tanker carried between 800 and 1,000 kilograms (1,760 to 2,200 pounds) of explosive material, Quetta police official Wazir Khan Nasir said.

    Previously, police said explosives were packed in a parked water tanker and were remotely detonated.

    The blast demolished four buildings of the marketplace, leaving dozens dead and 180 injured.

    As of Sunday morning, no group had claimed responsibility for the attack.

    The assault left some wondering what could stop the bloodshed in Quetta.

    Zulfiqar Ali Magsi, the governor and chief executive of Balochistan province, told reporters Saturday that law enforcement agencies were incapable of stopping such attacks and had failed to maintain law and order in Quetta.

    Pakistan, which is overwhelmingly Sunni, has been plagued by sectarian strife and attacks for years.

    Live Cricket Streaming India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2012, 5th match at Dhaka

    Team India will be under huge pressure when they take on Pakistan in the must-win Asia Cup 2012 encounter at Dhaka on Sunday.

    Many people love watching cricket on web. There are many TV companies that offer live telecast of cricket on internet, and one would think that it would be satisfying to watch the sport via these companies, owing to the fact that there are so many of them, and the competition would spur them to good provision.

    Number of people watching live cricket on web has sprung up as the number of internet users has been growing over the years. People do multi-tasking even without being infront of the television set.

    Because of the demand there are several sites which stream cricket matches on the net. But not all of them are reliable. Some of them are so tedious that they guide you to other domains while some make you click hundreds of links without taking you to the streaming page.

    Following is a list of cricket sites that offer live cricket streaming:

    1. www.extracover.net

    2. www.cricket-365.net/

    3. www.crictime.com

    4. http://cricket-matches.blogspot.com/

    5. www.webcric.com

    6. www.watchcriclive.com/

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