Terrorists eradicated from Srinagar

Terrorists eradicated from Srinagar

Srinagar: – There is no local terrorist left in Srinagar, in Jammu-Kashmir, following the killing of the Lashkar-Taiba commander. Vijay Kumar, Inspector General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, said that now, Srinagar is free of terrorists. Whereas, Dilbagh Singh, Director General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, said that violence has reduced in Jammu-Kashmir. On Saturday, two Lashkar terrorists were […]

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Panchayat members from Jammu-Kashmir to receive insurance cover of ₹25 lakh

Panchayat members from Jammu-Kashmir to receive insurance cover of ₹25 lakh

Srinagar: – The Jammu-Kashmir administration has taken an important decision, to provide an insurance cover of ₹2.5 million, to all the members of Village panchayats and even the local self-government bodies. The terrorists who have become restless, as a result of the campaign launched by the security forces, have started targeting the local lawmakers as […]

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan after Jammu-Kashmir visit

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan after Jammu-Kashmir visit

New Delhi: Indian Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh, followed up his Ladakh visit, with a visit to Jammu-Kashmir. Analysts believe that the Defence Minister delivered a message to Pakistan by visiting Jammu-Kashmir after the Ladakh visit. The cross-border firing has increased from the Pakistan side, following the Galwan Valley conflict between India and China. The […]

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Six bridges of military importance get inaugurated in Jammu-Kashmir

Six bridges of military importance get inaugurated in Jammu-Kashmir

New Delhi: – Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh inaugurated six strategically important bridges through videoconferencing. Amid tension on both the Pakistan and China borders, the Border Road Organisation (BRO) has completed the work on these six bridges, in record time. The Defence Minister praised the soldiers from the BRO, for the achievement. BRO has been […]

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Gorkha community in Jammu-Kashmir allotted domicile certificates  

Gorkha community in Jammu-Kashmir allotted domicile certificates  

Srinagar: – Under the new Domicile act of Jammu-Kashmir, 6,600 people were allotted Domicile certificates. Most of these people are Gorkha Soldiers retired from the Indian Army and their families. At the same time, members of the Valmiki community, also have been allotted Domicile certificates. Gorkha community is residing in Jammu-Kashmir since the last 150 […]

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Separatist leader Geelani quits Hurriyat  

Separatist leader Geelani quits Hurriyat  

Srinagar: – Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the separatist leader from Jammu and Kashmir, has resigned from the post of President of Hurriyat Conference. Geelani, the leader of Hurriyat, carrying out separatist activities under instructions from Pakistan, is said to have resigned under pressure from across the border. Pakistan was expecting that Hurriyat will hold violent […]

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25,000 Jammu and Kashmir domiciles issued under the new law

25,000 Jammu and Kashmir domiciles issued under the new law

Srinagar: – After the implementation of the new domicile law, following the amendment to the residence laws in Jammu and Kashmir, till date, 25,000 citizens have been issued domicile certificates. Last year, in August, the special status awarded to Jammu and Kashmir was withdrawn, with the abrogation of Article 370. Thereafter, the union government’s decision […]

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India questions Pakistan in UNHRC about thousands of people who disappeared from Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

India questions Pakistan in UNHRC about thousands of people who disappeared from Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

  Washington: – India retaliated strongly against Pakistan, who is making a fuss that India is meting out tremendous atrocities to the people of Jammu-Kashmir, in the United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) conference. Indian First Secretary in the United Nations, Senthil Kumar asked pointed questions ‘Pakistan should look at its history before levelling baseless accusations […]

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