The 12 steps government has taken to restore normalcy in J&K

New Delhi, Sep 08: The government of India says that it is taking necessary steps to restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.

There are 12 major steps that the government in the past month to ensure normalcy is restored in the Valley following the abrogation of Article 370.

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As IB reports suggest trouble, J&K police chief speaks of Pakistan role in radicalisation

New Delhi, Sep 07: The police chief of Jammu and Kashmir Dilbagh Singh said that Pakistan is using the social media to radicalise youth.

While stating that Pakistan continues to sponsor terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, Singh said that he was confident that the armed forces and police would rise to the challenge as has been done many times in the past.

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Pakistan plans to launch 1,000 terrorists to bleed India

terNew Delhi, Sep 06: Amidst several intelligence reports that have been issued for Jammu and Kashmir, a fresh one suggests that Pakistan is planning to launch at least 1,000 terrorists in a phased manner into India.

An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that chatter picked up suggests that Pakistan is moving terrorists closer to the border from its various terror training camps.

From targeting religious places to creating communal divide; The big ISI plan

kashmir-securityNew Delhi, Sep 05: A fresh intelligence input suggests that the ISI has directed its terrorists to target religious places in Jammu and Kashmir.

The intention is to create communal disharmony in Jammu and Kashmir. Intelligence Bureau officials say that the ISI has been planning this for sometime, but added that they want to operationalise this in the wake of Article 370 being abrogated.

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Terror threat alert: New security measures at J&K

New Delhi, Aug 31: New security measures are in place at Jammu and Kashmir, in the wake of several intelligence reports suggesting that terrorists could carry out a major strike.

New bunkers have been constructed in a bid to deal with the law and order problem as well as terror threats. There is a spool of concertina wire that have been placed around the bunkers that are made of sandbags.

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How the abrogation of Article 370 will help fight the drug menace in J&K

New Delhi, Aug 14: In a case pertaining to the seizure of 532 kilograms of heroin, the National Investigation Agency had last week arrested one of the key players.

532 kilograms of heroin and 52 kilograms of mixed narcotics were seized on June 26 2019 at the Integrated Check Post (ICP) Attari. The involvement of an international drug racket based in Pakistan as well as in Afghanistan had come to light.

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EC meeting on delimitation in J&K, a process stalled by Abdullah in 2002

New Delhi, Aug 13: The Election Commission of India (ECI) is meeting to discuss the delimitation of assembly seats in Jammu and Kashmir.

This is the first meeting of the Election Commission to discuss the delimitation of Vidhan Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir.

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A role reversal for Doval: From pre-emptive strikes to ensuring peace

ajitdoval-kashmir-New Delhi, Aug 11: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval is expected to stay on in Jammu and Kashmir until August 15.

Doval is in J&K since Monday and is overseeing the security arrangements in the aftermath of Article 370 being scrapped. He has been interacting with locals as well as security personnel.

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Article 370: India secures its land and seas after Intel warns of terror strike

chinanavyNew Delhi, Aug 09: India has secured its land, seas and air after Intelligence report have warned of terror attacks and aggression by Pakistan, in the wake of Article 370 being abrogated.

The Indian Navy is on high alert after the intelligence signalled the possibility of a terror strike. The surveillance through radars have been stationed at crucial points keep a watch on any activity, officials have said.

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Section 144 withdrawn in Jammu municipal limits, schools to re-open tomorrow

schoolsSrinagar, Aug 09: Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure which bars the gathering of 4 persons or more has been withdrawn from the Jammu municipal limits. This was informed by Sushma Chauhan, the deputy magistrate of Jammu district.

All colleges and schools will open tomorrow, the DM also informed.