New Delhi, July 16: The security forces gunned down two terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in an encounter at the Danmar area of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. During the encounter two personnel of the CRPF sustained injuries and they have been shifted to hospital.
A joint team of the Jammu and Kashmir police and CRPF joined a cordon and search operation in the Alameda Colony of Danmar following a tip off. The area was then cordoned off by security forces.
New Delhi, July 12: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh and arrested an arms trafficker associated with an extortion case involving Khalistan terrorists.
The arrested accused has been identified as Mohammad Asif Ali, 32, a resident of Meerut. The case was originally registered in Punjab after the police found that Arshdeep Singh and Ramandeep Singh both based abroad had formed a gang and were extorting money from businessmen in Punjab. The case was later taken over by the NIA.
New Delhi, July 01: At the high level meeting headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this week, the need for a comprehensive drone policy was discussed. On Sunday a rogue drone dropped two explosives on an Indian Air Force base on Jammu. Fortunately the drone missed the two intended targets.
Preliminary investigations now being handled by the National Investigation Agency have revealed that there is a Lashkar-e-Tayiba hand behind the incident. The action in this regard is extremely crucial considering that the Border Security Force has so far recorded at least 90 drone sightings. The BSF even spotted drones in naxal affected areas as well in eastern India.
New Delhi, June 20: The all party meeting called by the Centre on June 24 would discuss the seat de-limitation in Jammu and Kashmir, sources have said. The Centre headed by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has called for an all party meeting of mainstream parties in J&K.
A week back National Conference President, Farooq Abdullah had signalled that they were open to talks with the Centre. We have not closed any doors or options. We will decide on the meeting at the time they invite us, Abdullah also said.
New Delhi, June 12: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against three operatives of the CPI (Maoist) in connection with a case registered in Madurai, Tamil Nadu.
The NIA has named Vivekananda, Suresh Rajan and Mohan Ramasam in the chargesheet. The case was originally registered in 2020 at the Tallakulam district in Madurai and relates to the uploading of objectionable content on the Facebook account, “Thozhar Vivek” denigrating celebration of Independence Day as a sham.
New Delhi, May 07: New Zealand and the European Union too are ready to discuss the waiver of Intellectual Property Rights on vaccines against COVI
“The EU is also ready to discuss any proposal that addresses the crisis in an effective and pragmatic manner,” said European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen/ “And that’s why we are ready to discuss how the US proposal for waiver on intellectual property protection for covered vaccines could help achieve that objective,” she also said.
New Delhi, May 05: The second wave of COVID-19 has taken the nation by storm and the government has been putting in all its efforts to ramp up medical infrastructure and expand the vaccine drive.
India Inc as part of its global dialogue series today hosted India’s External Minister, Dr. S Jaishankar at an event, ” Does India Have A Plan-From Survival to Revival.” At the event moderated by Manoj Ladwa, Chairman and CEO India Inc, Dr. Jaishankar said that the current COVID-19 crisis is very serious and all efforts are being made to address the concerns.