India will stop share of its water flowing into Pakistan: Minister

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"We will divert water from Eastern rivers and supply it to our people in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab".

"We will stop every drop of water going from India to Pakistan, water belonging to India could not be allowed into Pakistan".

"Having addressed direct threat to State of Pakistan, we need to move to ensure that militancy and extremism are routed from the society and the State never becomes hostage to extremists", Prime Minister said and directed both the interior ministry and the security institutions to immediately accelerate actions on ground.

The forum noted that the state of Pakistan is not involved in any way, means or form in the said incident.

India has vowed a "jaw-breaking response" to a suicide bombing in the disputed Kashmir region last week that killed 42 Indian soldiers - the worst such attack since the start of an armed rebellion in 1989.

India and Pakistan, both nuclear powers, have been fighting for seven decades over the Himalayan region of Kashmir, now one of the most militarised zones in the world. The ambassador's statement came hours after Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan blamed India of levelling allegations against his country without any evidence.

The United States is working with Indian agencies to hunt the mastermind of the Pulwama terror attack early this week that caused the death of 49 CRPF personnel, its ambassador to India Kenneth Juster said here on Tuesday.

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Authorities don't believe there is a shooter at large, and have said that an investigation is ongoing. "I don't understand it". They added that Moore had a history of mental illness and was previously admitted to a mental health facility.

In a notice, the organisation said they will take strong action against anyone who works with Pakistani artists.

Some Kashmiri groups in Jammu and Kashmir have been fighting against Indian rule for independence, or for unification with neighboring Pakistan.

A Pakistan-based militant group known as Jaish-e-Mohammad has reportedly claimed responsibly for the violence that killed more than 40 security forces in Pulwama district. Officials said no new decision had been taken on Thursday.

Participants of National Security Committee discussed geo-strategic and national security environment and situation arising after the Pulwama incident.

But two Indian government officials dealing with the issue said new information had been provided to the FATF relating to Pakistan after the auto bombing last week in the Pulwama district of Kashmir in which 40 paramilitary police were killed.

India has long blamed Pakistan for a almost 30-year revolt in Jammu and Kashmir, its only Muslim-majority state.

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