Egypt condemns terror attack on policemen bus in Indian Kashmir

India detains 23 men with suspected links to group behind deadly Kashmir attack

After Kashmir attack, war drums beating again

Government forces launched a massive hunt for militants after an explosives-packed van rammed a convoy transporting 2,500 security forces in Thursday's assault.

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers pay tribute to their colleague Maneswar Basumatary, who was killed in Thursday's bombing in Kashmir, at the air force station in Gauhati, India. According to reports, a Pakistani terrorist along with a local was killed in the encounter.

Pakistan-based jihadi group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) claimed responsibility for Friday's attack.

In another northern city, Dehradun, at least 20 Kashmiri students were forced to lock themselves in their hostel rooms for safety until police arrived, The Times of India newspaper reported.

Meanwhile, Pakistan put its troops along the LoC and the WB on "high alert" to deal with any "misadventure" from across the border in the wake of Thursday's deadly attack in Indian-Occupied Kashmir, officials here said.

The house in which the terrorists were holed up was blasted by security forces. Police said they recovered the bodies of two militants from the debris.

India had earlier summoned the Pakistani envoy and issued a very strong demarche after the suicide bombing. Pakistan's information minister Fawad Chaudhry said in an interview that Pakistan would take action against anyone if India share evidence.

Umair is thought to have entered Indian Kashmir from Pakistan in September to head the Jaish in the region.

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The attack last week comes more than two years after armed militants entered an army base in the garrison town of Uri, about 63 miles (102 kilometers) from Srinagar - killing 18.

Four soldiers and a police officer were killed, along with three militants and one civilian.

Pakistan has been isolated globally with over 40 countries reacting strongly against it for the attack, he added, pointing out that the USA too had prepared for years, framed proper strategy and then had taken action to kill Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden.

China also condemned the attack, saying it was "deeply shocked" by it.

Pakistan says the strikes never took place.

Iran also condemned the attack and termed any kind of violence as "unacceptable".

A spokesperson for the ministry of home affairs declined to comment. "To hesitate from taking action against terrorism and their supporters is also encouraging terrorism", he said.

"The Northern Command of the army tweeted its tribute to the officer and soldiers, saying: ".salute the supreme sacrifice of our fearless officer and soldiers and offer deepest condolences to the families".

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