New Delhi, Nov 19: Death keeps no calendar. This is what was written on the truck that was ferrying the four Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists who were gunned down in an encounter earlier today. In an encounter with the security forces, four JeM terrorists were killed in the Nagrota area of Jammu and Kashmir.
The gun battle started at around 5 am near the toll plaza in the Ban area of Nagrota on the Jammu-Srinagar highway. Jammu district police chief SSP Shridhar Patil said that around 5 AM some terrorists opened fire at security forces near Ban Toll Plaza in Nagrota area.
New Delhi, Nov 02: The Jammu and Kashmir administration has annulled all actions taken under the Roshni land scheme.
This action comes three weeks after the Jammu and Kashmir High Court ordered a CBI probe into an alleged scam in the Roshni land scheme, the J&K administration on Saturday said it would annul all actions taken, cancel mutations and retrieve entire land in six months.
New Delhi, Oct 31: The Jammu and Kashmir police have identified the terrorists behind the killing of a local BJP leader and two of his associates. The police say that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the Resistance Front were behind the killings. The police sad that the killers came in an Alto car and opened fire.
The terrorists then fled in the same vehicle. The vehicle has been seized near the Achabal area of Anantnag, Inspector General of Police (Kashmir Range), Vijay Kumar said.
New Delhi, Oct 17: A dramatic video of a terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir surrendering was released by the Indian Army.
In the video, the Army personnel can be heard saying, Jahangir we are requesting you to drop your weapons and surrender. We have cordoned off this place where you are hiding. I assure you that nothing will happen to you, the personnel also said.
New Delhi, Sep 18: The government on Thursday said it has rejected Pakistan’s “obsession” with “territorial aggrandisement” supported by cross border terrorism, in a reference to Islamabad unveiling a new political map laying claim to Indian territories.
Minister of state for external affairs V Muraleedharan said the government continues to respond “appropriately” to Pakistan’s malicious actions and propaganda, including on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, at various international fora.
New Delhi, Aug 25: The National Investigation Agency is set to file its chargesheet in the Pulwama attack case.
The chargesheet which would run into nearly 5,000 pages will be filed in Jammu. A team of the NIA has reached the Jammu court to file the chargesheet. The chargesheet would focus on the attack, which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF jawans.