He is armed, dangerous, radicalised and he is three feet tall. This is Noor Mohammad Tantray, the new chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad in the Kashmir Valley. The 47 year old terrorist who has directed the recent attacks carried out by the Jaish in Jammu and Kashmir is now top on the wanted list of the security forces.
An Intelligence Bureau report states that Pakistan has instructed Dawood Ibrahim to step up sale of illicit cigarettes to fund operations in Kashmir. With the sale of drugs down and a heavy crackdown on counterfeit currency, there has been a cash crunch in the Valley.
To ensure that the personnel of the armed and para-military forces can speak longer with their loved ones, the Ministry of Communications announced reduced call rates on Digital Satellite Phone Terminal (DSPT).
The government has decided to re-auction the properties of Dawood Ibrahim in November. These would include those properties which could not be auctioned in 2015.
A soldier of the Indian Army was assaulted by a mob in Jammu and Kashmir on the suspicion of being a braid chopper. The incident took place in Kupwara.
Fourteen people including three women were arrested after they burst crackers outside the Supreme Court in open defiance on its order. The SC had banned the sale of firecrackers this Diwali or Deepavali in the National Capital Region.
The alleged link between Robert Vadra and arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari was raked up once again on Tuesday. The BJP sought to know why Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was mum on his brother-in-law Vadra’s link with Bhandari.
The Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy is back in the news. This time he has drawn a parallel between Azaan and the noise of firecrackers.
Up for sale on the dark web are bank accounts, email ids and phone numbers. All this available for just Rs 500, investigations conducted by the Madhya Pradesh police has found.
It is time that the theory being floated by the anti-nationals of the Valley is debunked where incidents of braid chopping are concerned. Anti nationals are trying to blame the Army and the Intelligence Bureau for these incidents and say that this is a tactic to divert attention from the freedom movement in Kashmir.