Bikers spotted waiting outside police stations till late evening in Jammu and Kashmir with cops offering no explanation.
Some workers shifted to safer localities after militants kill two more labourers from Bihar
A day after two non-local cart vendors were shot dead in Kashmir, militants struck again today killing two more non-local labourers in the southern district of Kulgam.
The government has so far dismissed over 20 employees from service on accusations of being a threat to the security of the State.
The ‘Dixon Plan’ named after the U.N. Representative Sir Owen Dixon assigned Ladakh to India, the Northern Areas and Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK) to Pakistan, split Jammu between the two and envisaged a plebiscite in the Kashmir Valley.
According to the Army, the bodies of a jawan and the JCO were recovered during the search operation on October 16.
Police claim 13 terrorists have been killed in Kashmir in nine encounters over the last nine days.
'I want to tell those delusional people, we have come, we have arrived, we will conquer for the best of people,' Lone said.
The team arrived here on October 13 to probe the intimidation and harassment of journalists in Jammu and Kashmir. The panel comprises group editor of Dainik Bhaskar Prakash Dubey, New Indian Express journalist Gurbir Singh and editor of Jan Morcha Suman Gupta.
The Army has said a counter-terrorist operation is in progress in the area of Nar Khas forest in Mendhar, Poonch district, since the evening of October 14.
Latest incident comes three days after five army personnel were killed in gun-battle with militants in same area
The Jammu and Kashmir government in its order said that if migrant staff fails to join their duties, they will face action as per service rules.
Khan, an IAS officer of the 2000 batch, served his last posting as the Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir, relieved from the post of advisor to Jammu and Kashmir’s Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha last week.
Another former minister too set to join BJP in Delhi today; Rana says his move is aimed at defeating votaries of the 'Nixon Plan' that envisages splitting Jammu and Kashmir.
Most of the people detained are having cases of stone-throwing against them or they were affiliated with some proscribed separatist organisations .
Since January this year, Shah Faesal broke his long silence and is seen praising the government.
Guns targeting the minority community today will target the majority community tomorrow, he says.
Many Hindus, Sikhs plan to boycott government offices until situation improves; PAGD blames Centre
Nursing staff of the M S Ramaiah hospital draws a 'rangoli' to celebrate the 1 billion Covid-19 vaccine dose milestone, in Bengaluru.PTI Photo/Shailendra Bhojak
Bollywood actress Ananya Pandey arrives at the Narcotics Control Bureau office in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Shashank Parade
Bollywood actor Chunky Pandey accompanying his daughter Ananya arrives at Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office after a team of NCB raided her residence, in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Shashank Parade
Union Home Minister Amit Shah conducts an aerial survey of flood and landslide affected areas of Uttarakhand following heavy rains.PTI Photo
Farmers remove barricades from a road leading to Delhi near Ghazipur border picket site after the orders of the Supreme Court in Ghaziabad.PTI Photo
The Opposition is hoping for a rich election harvest in Uttar Pradesh but Lucknow appears to be a long way from the killing fields.
The former Delhi Police employee has also emerged as the go-to man for the authorities to reach out to the agitating farmers.
Outwardly peaceful, Kashmir has seen a spate of civilian killings in recent weeks. A silent unease has now exploded into fear and concern after the shooting of minorities.
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