New Delhi, Sep 25: While it became clear that Pakistan had stage managed the abduction and killing of the three special police officers in Jammu and Kashmir, reports now suggest that the next target would be the urban body and Panchayat polls.
Srinagar, Sep 22: On Friday, the Valley witnessed the killing of three policemen. After being abducted by the Hizbul Mujahideen, the three special officers were killed by terrorists, sending shock waves across the country.
Srinagar, Sep 23: Barely two days after killing three special police officers in Jammu and Kashmir, the Hizbul Mujahideen is at it again. This time it has included women cops to the list of who it wishes to target, if they did not resign from their posts.
Srinagar, Sep 22: It was a depressing Friday in Jammu and Kashmir with the Hizbul Mujahideen killing three policemen after abducting them. The warning bells were on the wall and it was Tuesday that the terrorist outfit had put out a chilling warning for the police personnel of the troubled state.
New Delhi, Sep 14: The Supreme Court has stayed the bail granted to Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Watali in connection with the terror funding case.
Srinagar, Sep 12: When the underworld was being cleaned up in Mumbai, the police used an impressive tactic. The dons and gangsters entered into a turf war, killed each and those who remained were shot dead by the police. ” Let them kill each other, the rest we will handle,” was a famous motto adopted by the Mumbai police.
New Delhi, Aug 31: The security forces have released a new hit list of terrorists and their groups in the Kashmir Valley.
Srinagar, Aug 31: The National Investigation Agency on Thursday arrested Syed Ahmad Shakeel, the son of Hizbul Mujahideen chief, Syed Salahuddin from his residence in Ram Bagh area of Srinagar, Kashmir.
Srinagar, Aug 29: The security forces achieved major success, when they gunned down two terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir today. Both the terrorists to be gunned down were from the Hizbul Mujahideen.
Srinagar, Aug 27: Fresh trends emerging from Jammu and Kashmir show that several local youth have been joining the newly formed Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, a group which subscribes to the ideology of the Al-Qaeda.