to data released by the Punjab Rangers, the working boundary between India and Pakistan was violated 75 times by India in the last three years, killing three people and injuring at least 48. This year alone, one person was killed and seven civilians injured in border violations.
Last year, the Pakistani and Indian forces periodically exchanged fire along the Sialkot region for almost two weeks, forcing the villagers living close to the border to leave the area. At least two people, including a soldier, were killed and 14 were wounded in border clashes before India and Pakistan agreed to restore the ceasefire.
Indian users check their phones 77 times daily on an average, with about 26 percent doing so more than 100 times a day.
The phenomenon of watching videos on mobile devices is also on the rise. Forty percent respondents said that they watched videos late at night in bed, 25 percent while commuting, 23 percent while having dinner and 20 percent said they watched videos while shopping.