Rangers, BSF discuss new strategies for tranquil border


NEW DELHI: Heads of the border guards of India and Pakistan began a three-day meeting in New Delhi on Thursday, which looks primed to work out new strategies to effectively restore tranquillity to the working boundary in Jammu and Kashmir, sources said.

They said there was hope to work out a plan to rein in hostile propaganda both sides conduct through the media, which weakens their ability to steer out from any bad patch during their border vigil.