Today in Pics: August 7, 2013

Wed Aug 07 2013, 09:57 hrs
In an audacious and provocative attack, Pakistani troops entered Indian territory along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir late last night and ambushed a patrol killing five Indian soldiers.  Members of the Youth Congress protest against the killing of five Indian army soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
In an audacious and provocative attack, Pakistani troops entered Indian territory along the Line of Control in the Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir late last night and ambushed a patrol killing five Indian soldiers.
Members of the Youth Congress protest against the killing of five Indian army soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Youth Congress activists brave water cannons during a protest near Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi on Wednesday against the killing of five army soldiers in Poonch. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Youth Congress activists brave water cannons during a protest near Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi on Wednesday against the killing of five army soldiers in Poonch. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Members of the Youth Congress protest against the killing of five Indian army soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Members of the Youth Congress protest against the killing of five Indian army soldiers by Pakistan, in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Scores of workers of Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha (the youth wing of BJP) held a protest outside Defence Minister A K Antony's residence here demanding strong response by the government against the killing of of five Indian soldiers on the Line of Control. (AP)
Scores of workers of Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha (the youth wing of BJP) held a protest outside Defence Minister A K Antony's residence here demanding strong response by the government against the killing of of five Indian soldiers on the Line of Control. (AP)
The protesters, led by BJYM president Anurag Thakur, raised slogans demanding the sending of a strong message to Pakistan that such incidents will not be tolerated. (PTI)
The protesters, led by BJYM president Anurag Thakur, raised slogans demanding the sending of a strong message to Pakistan that such incidents will not be tolerated. (PTI)
Police used water canons to disperse the demonstrators as they tried to break barricades while trying to approach towards Antony's official residence at 9 Krishna Menon Marg in central Delhi. (PTI)
Police used water canons to disperse the demonstrators as they tried to break barricades while trying to approach towards Antony's official residence at 9 Krishna Menon Marg in central Delhi. (PTI)
Protesters also took to the streets of Jammu  against the killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani troop in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch sector. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
Protesters also took to the streets of Jammu against the killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani troop in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch sector. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
During the several protests in different parts of Jammu, the protesters set ablaze flags of Pakistan and raised slogans against the neighbouring country. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
During the several protests in different parts of Jammu, the protesters set ablaze flags of Pakistan and raised slogans against the neighbouring country. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
Over 300 activists of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha set on fire the effigy of UPA government and a Pakistan flag.  Meanwhile, BJP activists held similar protests at Poonch and Rajouri. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
Over 300 activists of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha set on fire the effigy of UPA government and a Pakistan flag. Meanwhile, BJP activists held similar protests at Poonch and Rajouri. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
Strict action should be taken against Pakistan as it has repeatedly indulged in such activities, BJYM state chief Ravinder Raina said. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
Strict action should be taken against Pakistan as it has repeatedly indulged in such activities, BJYM state chief Ravinder Raina said. (IE Photo: Vishal Srivastav)
He lambasted the Congress-led UPA government for being "soft" towards Pakistan, despite the repeated audacious and us and provocative attacks by the neighbouring nation. (IE Photo)
He lambasted the Congress-led UPA government for being "soft" towards Pakistan, despite the repeated audacious and us and provocative attacks by the neighbouring nation. (IE Photo)
Meanwhile, General Secretary and Spokesperson of Nationalist Congress Party, Sudershan Choudhary urged the army to retaliate strongly to the frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan.(IE Photo)
Meanwhile, General Secretary and Spokesperson of Nationalist Congress Party, Sudershan Choudhary urged the army to retaliate strongly to the frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan.(IE Photo)
Led by state chief Shiv Sena Chief, Ashok Gupta, activists of Sena and Dogra Front took out a procession from Rani Park to City Chowk. (IE Photo)Ahead: Last journey of martyred jawans begins from Poonch
Led by state chief Shiv Sena Chief, Ashok Gupta, activists of Sena and Dogra Front took out a procession from Rani Park to City Chowk. (IE Photo)

Ahead: Last journey of martyred jawans begins from Poonch
The last journey of the five jawans martyred in the attack by Pakistan soldiers began on August 6 from Poonch town with Army officers laying wreaths on their caskets. (Reuters)
The last journey of the five jawans martyred in the attack by Pakistan soldiers began on August 6 from Poonch town with Army officers laying wreaths on their caskets. (Reuters)
The bodies, were draped in the Tricolour at the military hospital in Poonch after a post-mortem, Army officials said. (PTI)
The bodies, were draped in the Tricolour at the military hospital in Poonch after a post-mortem, Army officials said. (PTI)
Four jawans hailing from Bihar, Naik Prem Nath (35, Chappra), Lance Naik Shambhu Saran (29, Bhojpur), Sepoy Vijay Kumar Rai (27, Patna), Sepoy Ragunandan (23, Chhapra) and the 36-year-old Naik Pundalik Mane from Kolhapur in Maharastra, lost their lives in the attack today in Poonch district. (PTI)
Four jawans hailing from Bihar, Naik Prem Nath (35, Chappra), Lance Naik Shambhu Saran (29, Bhojpur), Sepoy Vijay Kumar Rai (27, Patna), Sepoy Ragunandan (23, Chhapra) and the 36-year-old Naik Pundalik Mane from Kolhapur in Maharastra, lost their lives in the attack today in Poonch district. (PTI)
According to the Army, a group of 20 heavily-armed men led by Pakistani troops entered 450m inside Indian territory in the wee hours August 6, and ambushed the patrol, killing the five soldiers. (Reuters)
According to the Army, a group of 20 heavily-armed men led by Pakistani troops entered 450m inside Indian territory in the wee hours August 6, and ambushed the patrol, killing the five soldiers. (Reuters)
Led by Brigade Commander, 93 Brigade, SK Acharya, Army officers laid wreaths on the bodies of the soldiers on behalf of General Officer Commanding (GoC) of the Jammu-based 16 Corps, Lt Gen DS Hooda and others. (Reuters)
Led by Brigade Commander, 93 Brigade, SK Acharya, Army officers laid wreaths on the bodies of the soldiers on behalf of General Officer Commanding (GoC) of the Jammu-based 16 Corps, Lt Gen DS Hooda and others. (Reuters)
The Commanding Officer of the martyred soldiers' unit, Col PDS Bal, and Col Vishal Sharma also laid wreaths. "A patrol... was ambushed by a Pakistan Border Action Team close to the Line of Control in Poonch Sector of J-K," defence spokesman SN Acharya said in an official statement. (Reuters)
The Commanding Officer of the martyred soldiers' unit, Col PDS Bal, and Col Vishal Sharma also laid wreaths. "A patrol... was ambushed by a Pakistan Border Action Team close to the Line of Control in Poonch Sector of J-K," defence spokesman SN Acharya said in an official statement. (Reuters)

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