<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>1. Horrible’ attack like in Uri obviously escalates tensions: US on surgical strikesA terrorist attack like the one on an Indian Army camp in Uri “escalates tensions”, United States have said, asking Pakistan to take action against UN-designated terrorist outfits and delegitimise them. Read more2. Uri payback: Decoding the role of Indian Army’s Special Forces in the surgical strikeDays after terrorists stuck at an Army camp in Uri on September 18, a group of the Army’s Special Forces (SF), acting on specific information, crossed the Line of Control between the Rajouri and Poonch sectors into Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) to attack the launching pads where terrorists had positioned themselves. Read in detail3. At UN, Pakistan flags rising tension with India, to discuss matter with Ban Ki-moonPakistan’s UN envoy asked the president of the United Nations Security Council on Thursday to informally brief the body on the country’s escalating tension with neighbouring India and said she will discuss it with UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Friday. Read more4. Black money scheme may see Rs 35,000 crore disclosuresWith just a day left for the Income Declaration Scheme (IDS), 2016, to end, tax officials said the undisclosed incomes and assets revealed by individuals and businesses totaled to around Rs 30000-35000 Cr. Read more5. Eden Test: Surging India, sliding KiwisOne cannot but feel sorry for the visiting New Zealand side. Even before the tour started, their chief medium-pacer Tim Southee had to return home with an ankle injury. Off-spinner Mark Craig had to be sent back after hurting his side strain during the first Test. And on the eve of the second Test here on Thursday, right-arm medium-pacer James Neesham has been ruled out of the match with a rib injury. Read more

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