With winter months approaching, Pakistan changing behaviour rapidly on infiltrations

New Delhi, Sep 24: A second attempt to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir signals that Pakistan has changed its position despite saying that it was following the ceasefire truce with India.

It has become clear now that this increase in the number of activities cannot take place without the blessing of the local army commanders of Pakistan. Lt. General Pandey said that it is just not possible that such number of activities can take

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Drone attack: NIA raids multiple locations in Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi, Sep 21: The National Investigation Agency carried out searches in five locations in Jammu and Kashmir, following the recovery of 5 kilograms of IED. The IED, it may be recalled after the twin explosions at the Jammu Air Force Station on June 27.

The NIA conducted raids at Anantnag, Srinagar, Baramulla, Doda and Kishtwar. The security agencies it may be recalled had arrested a Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander Nadeem Abrar from Budgam district along with his associate. Following the arrest, ammunition, a pistol and hand grenades were recovered.

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What does the meeting between Taliban and Jaish-e-Mohammad mean for India

New Delhi, Aug 30: The meeting between the leaders of the Jaish-e-Mohammad and Taliban has come under the radar of the Indian Intelligence agencies. The meeting that took place last week focused on India centric operations with the JeM seeking the help of the Taliban.

After the Taliban took over Afghanistan, several JeM terrorists were freed from jails and the concern for India is that these persons may be used to carry out strikes in India. While the Taliban is unlikely to spread its tentacles into Jammu and Kashmir, it could still provide support to the JeM which has its eyes focused on J&K.

The Intelligence Agencies are now focusing on social media accounts. Added to this ANI reported that the agencies are also keeping a close watch on two terrorists from Pakistan who are planning grenade attacks in Srinagar.

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About time: Why the Hurriyat Conference must be banned with immediate effect

New Delhi, Aug 23: A decision on whether or not to ban both factions of the Hurriyat Conference is currently awaiting a decision at the highest levels. There is every possibility that a ban under the stringent provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act may be imposed on both factions of the Hurriyat, which is at the forefront of the separatist movement in Jammu and Kashmir.

A recent probe learnt that the granting of MBBS seats to Kashmiri students by institutions in Pakistan clearly indicate that the money being collected from the students being used to fund terrorism in the Valley.

Whether or not to ban the Hurriyat has been a subject matter of debate for long. The fact is that a lot of money was being by the State on the Hurriyat. The debate on whether to use the tax payer’s money to guard the Hurriyat lead

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Lashkar’s Salim Parray is Jammu and Kashmir’s most wanted terrorist

Salim Parray

New Delhi, Aug 03: The Indian agencies have drawn up a list of the top ten most wanted terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.

Salim Parray has been listed as the top terrorist. Parray an operative of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba is based in North Kashmir. He had escaped from an encounter on November 12 2019.

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LeM conspiracy: NIA raids 9 locations in J&K

New Delhi, Aug 01: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches at 9 locations in Jammu and Kashmir. The agency also arrested a terrorist in connection with the Lashkar-e-Mustafa case.

The case was registered at the Gangyal Police Station after a conspiracy was unearthed about the LeM working at the behest of the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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Sense of desperation: Why are terrorists choosing soft targets in Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi, July 30: There have been a spate of killings in Jammu and Kashmir and if one were to see the trend, the terrorists are attacking soft targets. There has been a sustained effort to create a fear in the minds of the people ever since the abrogation of Article 370 in J&K. 

The National Investigation Agency in its latest report had said that the killing of the Parihar brothers was a clear attempt to revive terrorism in the Chenab Valley. While the forces have attained a great deal of success in neutralising terrorists, attempts are still on to revive terror on a much larger scale in the Union Territory.

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Amidst ceasefire claims, Pakistan continues to keep J&K on the boil

New Delhi, July 22: With 10 encounters in 20 days in July, the number of terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir this year has gone up to 86. The months of June and July have been particularly active when it comes to anti terror operations and the security forces have gunned down 36 terrorists.

Until July 19, the number of terrorists killed in the Valley stood at 80. Of these 41 were from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, while the rest were from the Hizbul Mujahideen, Al-Badr, Jaish-e-Mohammad and AuGH, Inspector General of Police, Vijay Kumar said.

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With killing of 2 more Lashkar operatives, number of terrorists gunned down in J&K this year is 78

New Delhi, July 16: The security forces gunned down two terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in an encounter at the Danmar area of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. During the encounter two personnel of the CRPF sustained injuries and they have been shifted to hospital.

A joint team of the Jammu and Kashmir police and CRPF joined a cordon and search operation in the Alameda Colony of Danmar following a tip off. The area was then cordoned off by security forces.

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Using govt jobs as covers how Hizbul chief’s sons facilitated funds from Saudi to further terror in J&K

New Delhi, July 14: Hizbul Mujahideen chief, Syed Salahuddin’s sons Syed Ahmad Shakeel and Shahid Yusuf were recently terminated by the Jammu and Kashmir government.

Shakeel was working at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute fo Medical Sciences, while Shahid is a former employee at the Jammu and Kashmir Agriculture department.

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