Possibility of strikes by JeM high says latest intelligence assessment

terrorist-22New Delhi, Nov 10: Multiple intelligence agencies have warned of attacks by the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

The input states that outfits such as the Jaish-e-Mohammad have been asked to step up attacks as the winter sets in at Jammu and Kashmir.

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It is All India Radio now, no longer Radio Kashmir

Inset pic: Shashi Shkehar Vempati

New Delhi, Nov 01: It would be All India Radio and not Radio Kashmir anymore. Shashi Shekhar Vempati, CEO of Prasar Bharati made this announcement.

Shashi Shekhar said, ” Radio Kashmir Stations in Srinagar, Jammu and Ladakh have now been renamed All India Radio stations.

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72 years later India is one at last: We need to rejoice it, not question it

From being allowed ownership of inheritance despite marrying someone from outside Kashmir to freeing up women from being subjected to Sharia, the effects of the historic decision to make Jammu and Kashmir into a Union Territory will take more time to be realised

A woman being subject to Sharia, a woman being denied the right to inheritance if she married someone from outside, that changes today.

Women from Jammu and Kashmir would be free from being subject to Sharia and the women from Kashmir cannot be denied the right to inheritance if she marries someone from outside Kashmir.

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Here’s why an impartial EU delegation visit to Jammu and Kashmir was allowed

The Centre’s decision to allow an EU delegation to visit Jammu and Kashmir was met with much criticism by the Opposition. We take a look at why this impartial visit was allowed and necessary

The Opposition chose to make a hue and cry after the Indian Government decided to allow members of the European Union visit Jammu and Kashmir.

Following the visit, Newton Dunn, a lawmaker from the United Kingdom said that they belong to Europe, which is peaceful after years of fighting. We want to see India becoming the most peaceful country in the world and for that they need to stand by India in its fight against global terrorism.

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Pakistan makes big push to infiltrate terrorists before winter sets in

New Delhi, Oct 19: Ahead of the winter, Pakistan is making a big push to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir, an intelligence report has said. Every year there is a push to infiltrate big into the Valley before the winter.

Normally due to the winter, Pakistan reduces its activities along the border

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Pakistan makes big push to infiltrate terrorists before winter sets in

New Delhi, Oct 19: Ahead of the winter, Pakistan is making a big push to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir, an intelligence report has said. Every year there is a push to infiltrate big into the Valley before the winter.

Normally due to the winter, Pakistan reduces its activities along the border

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The self-imposed restriction in Jammu and Kashmir

kashmir-restrictionsNew Delhi, Oct 12: Restrictions are being lifted and the Jammu and Kashmir administration is doing everything to ensure that normalcy is restored.

There are restrictions on mobiles and internet, but it would be wrong to say that the people are being restricted to move outside. When one sees a deserted street, that is not due to the restrictions imposed by the administration. It is a self-imposed restriction said a top official to OneIndia.

BSNL postpaid mobile services to be restored first in Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi, Oct 09: The decision to withdraw the advisory for tourists visiting Jammu and Kashmir will soon be followed by a decision to restore mobile services. The government is set to restore postpaid mobile services in the Valley.

The government is yet to fix a date for this but is expected to do so in the next two to three days. This would be done in a phased manner, an official told OneIndia.

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Doval’s message to forces: Clean up the terrorists, avoid collateral damage at any cost

New Delhi, Sep 27: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval who took stock of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir has advised security forces to be on high alert and also step up operations against terrorists. Sources privy to the discussions tell OneIndia that Doval made it clear that there was a lot of activity that one could expect from across the border. He cited the recent intelligence warnings and also the drone incident in Punjab

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High alert as IB warns of Jaish-e-Mohammad strikes on IAF base

security-kashmirNew Delhi, Sep 25: A high alert has been declared after the Intelligence Bureau has warned about a possible attack on an Indian Air Force in Jammu and Kashmir.

The IB warning states that terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad are looking to carry out this attack. It has further been warned that the JeM had trained 8 of its terrorists for this attack.

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