New Delhi, Feb 08: The Indian Army has flagged the rise in social media accounts being set up by Pakistan to lure the youth from Kashmir into terrorism. The General Officer Commanding in chief of the Northern Command, Lt General Ranbir Singh said that Pakistan is trying to alter the public opinion in Kashmir to disrupt peace and stability.
New Delhi, Jan 24: The killing of the three terrorists on Wednesday ensured that Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir became the first district in the state to become terrorist free.
New Delhi, Jan 17: With incident of honey-trapping of Indian soldiers on the rise, the Intelligence Bureau has issued an advisory warning of more such attempts by Pakistan. With the social media becoming a boon for agencies such as the ISI to lay traps on Indian soldiers, a list of dos and dont’s too would issued in due course of time.
New Delhi, Dec 29: The busting of an illegal telephone exchange in Hyderabad has brought out further details on how the ISI is looking to tap into sensitive information relating to the Indian Army.
New Delhi, Dec 18: It took a lot of grit and determination to wade away the Chinese threat at Dolkam. It was the timely action of India’s security forces that checked the People’s Liberation Army from continuing with their road construction activity in South Doklam.
Srinagar, Nov 30: There have been six encounters in nine days in Jammu and Kashmir and 28 terrorists were killed during this period. The month of November was a largely successful one for the security forces.
Srinagar, Oct 22: The Indian Army is gearing up to fight a huge infiltration bid planned by Pakistan. As part of the plan, Pakistan has decided to send in at least 300 of its terrorists into Indian soil.
Srinagar, Aug 22: A top Army officer had an interesting point to make while speaking about the reported alienation of Kashmiri youth. If everybody is alienated in Kashmir, then why do such a huge number youth join the Indian Army, Lieutenant General Satish Duo asked.
Srinagar, July 23: Director General of Police, Jammu and Kashmir, Dr. S P Vaid said that the three terrorists who tortured and killed our colleague have been killed. For the Forces the revenge was sweet. Barely hours after three Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists abducted and killed Constable Saleem Shah, the Army launched a successful encounter to gun down all three.
Jaipur, July 18: This case has all the makings of a huge racket. Under the scanner of the Rajasthan ATS are over 3,000 gun licences that were allegedly issued in the name of Army personnel during their stint in the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir.