Oct 15: While everyone is praising the Indian army for conducting surgical strikes across the border, earlier this week reports of another surgical strike, conducted in 2011 made the headlines.
Termed as Operation Ginger, this surgical strike took place in 2011 and left eight Pakistani soldiers dead. The report published by a daily, reveals details of this surgical strike.
In other news, the Uniform Civil Code proposed by the Modi government has not gone down well with several Muslims in the country.
Here are some images that made headlines presented through the eyes of a cartoonist:
Supreme Court puts BCCI in a tough spot
After a huge uproar, BCCI rejected the key recommendations of the Lodha Committee.
Operation Ginger: Who has a 56 inch chest now
After the army carried out surgical strikes along the LoC, a report published by a daily said that in 2011, a surgical strike was carried out in which 8 Pakistani soldiers were killed.
Surgical strikes give rise to war of words between politicians
Will the current surgical strikes and Operation Ginger be a talking point in the next election campaign?
Debate between Good Gaurakshak and Bad Gaurakshak
While PM Modi says there are no good or bad terrorists, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat emphasises on Good and Bad Gaurakshaks.
Uniform Civil Code ruffles a few feathers
A political war has erupted over the issue of Uniform Civil Code that aims to scraps Islamic personal laws.