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.
New Delhi, Aug 17: Alert security forces averted a major tragedy after recovering an Improvised Explosive Device near the Pujan village in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The IED was planted beneath a bridge. IGP, Kashmir, Vijay Kumar said that an IED planted by terrorists under a bridge near Pujan village was recovered. This is a road between Pujan and Galwan, Kumar also said.
New Delhi, Aug 13: In an article titled, Urgent Actions on Jammu, Kashmir needed published by the Global Times, Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque has chosen to repeat Pakistan’s lies and half truths on Jammu and Kashmir, the Embassy of India in China said.
Haque’s misinterpretations, while not surprising cannot conceal the significant progress that J&K has made in the year following the abrogation of Article 370, it further noted.
New Delhi, Aug 07: In a surprise move, former union minister, Manoj Sinha was appointed as the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. The appointment was made following the resignation submitted by G C Murmu on Wednesday.
The appointment of Sinha a former junior railways minister is an interesting one. He enjoys a good rapport with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Importantly he is an affable politicians who has had a good track record.
New Delhi, Aug 05: It has been a year since the Indian Parliament took a historic decision to abrogate Article 370, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The abrogation was met with criticism and praise, but more importantly the security forces have largely managed to stabilise the situation.
The protests, stone pelting and more importantly recruitments into terror groups are all down, a top official in the security establishment tells OneIndia.
New Delhi, Aug 03: It will be a year on August 05 since the abrogation of Article 370. On August 5 2019, the Indian Parliament abrogated the article that gave Jammu and Kashmir special status.
In the past one year, Jammu and Kashmir has seen a considerable decline in the number of youth joining terror groups. While infiltrations or attempts to infiltrate into the Valley from J&K have remained high, terror groups operating in the Valley have suffered considerable losses.
New Delhi, July 31: The number of terrorists getting killed in the Valley is up and the infiltration bids have been foiled several times. There is also a major decrease in the number of violent protests on the streets of Jammu and Kashmir, ever since the Parliament of India abrogated Article 370.