An Indian government minister says New Delhi will not share proof that a large number of militants were killed in a compound inside Pakistan late last month, after Islamabad raised doubts that any insurgents were harmed in the air strike.
On March 1, Pakistan released a captured Indian pilot in what its prime minister said was a "peace gesture".
Pakistan said its mission on Wednesday was in retaliation for India violating its airspace and sovereignty a day earlier, when Indian jets bombed a forest area near the northern city of Balakot. Pakistan denied using the American-supplied fighter and denied that any of its planes had been shot down.
Tensions between the two nuclear armed-neighbors escalated following a suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir in mid-February that left more than 40 Indian troops dead.
Tensions continued to simmer between India and Pakistan following their most serious military clashes in decades as cross-border shots and an operation to root out terror suspects killed at least seven security personnel on both sides.
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"I am thankful that Imran Khan returned our Pilot without any bargaining because of which his own people and ISI said that he should have bargained and shouldn't have let the Indian Pilot return without it", Digvijaya Singh said.
New Delhi said its bombing on Tuesday was part of a counter-terrorism operation that killed hundreds of extremists hiding in neighbouring Pakistan. "But what happened in Abu Dhabi is extremely disturbing for India", said Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, one of Modi's top lieutenants, said on Saturday "no security agencies ever share operational details" and dismissed suggestions that the escalation in tensions with Pakistan had anything to do with domestic politics ahead of the election.
The Indian army said Pakistani soldiers attacked Indian posts at several places along the militarized line later Saturday.
The governor, in a letter addressed to the European Union and United Kingdom leadership Sunday, he asked them to press India to sit at the table in order to de-escalate situation between the neighbouring countries in the post-Pulwama attack scenario. But on Sunday it was relatively quiet near the de facto border of Kashmir, the source of two of the three wars India and Pakistan have fought since independence from Britain in 1947.
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India's feverish social media also slammed the video, which was tweeted by the Pakistan government but later taken off its official account.
On both sides of Kashmir, thousands of people have fled to government-run temporary shelters or relatives' homes in safer areas to escape deadly and relentless shelling along the frontier.
An Indian woman and her two children died after her house was hit by a mortar shell.
India's participation came despite strong demand by Pakistan to rescind the invitation to Swaraj to address the grouping which was turned down by the host UAE, resulting in Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi boycotting the plenary.
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