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China expanding its role in J&K, has adopted Jaish-e-Mohammad: state PWD Minister Naeem Akhtar

Naeem Akhtar said that China is on its way to assuming a “much bigger role in Kashmir” and the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the group responsible for most of the terror attacks, has been veritably “adopted” by Beijing.

Srinagar: Mentally challenged person shot dead near J-K Air Force station

Srinagar: Mentally challenged person shot dead near J-K Air Force station

Spot examination revealed that the person was not wearing shoes or proper winter clothing and had no identity cards.

Efforts on to make tourism main engine of state’s economic growth: J-K Govt

“A multipronged strategy has been adopted to harness the tourism potential and position Jammu and Kashmir as the leading global tourist destination,” Tourism Minister Tassaduq Mufti said

Shutdown call by separatists affects normal life, restrictions imposed in Srinagar

Shutdown call by separatists affects normal life, restrictions imposed in Srinagar

Separatist groups on Thursday had called for a complete shutdown in Kashmir to protest against the apex court’s decision.

Restrictions in Srinagar to prevent separatist-called protest

Restrictions in Srinagar to prevent separatist-called protest

Shops, other businesses and public transport remained shut in the city and other district headquarters of the Kashmir Valley, the police said.

J-K: Encounter underway between security forces, militants in Baramulla; mobile services suspended

The cordon and search operation launched by officials turned into a gunbattle when the hiding militants fired on the joint search party.

Army gives commanders on LoC nod to hit back against Pakistani action

Army gives commanders on LoC nod to hit back against Pakistani action

This move is part of the proactive stance adopted by the Army against Pakistani posts on the LoC since September 2016, when it conducted surgical strikes against terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

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Moral duty of a real journalist is to cover govt development activity: NIA

The documents were reproduced Thursday before Additional Sessions Judge Tarun Sherawat during Yusuf’s bail hearing. The next date of hearing is February 19.

J-K human rights group terms SC's staying FIR against Army officer as 'irregular' 

Lt General D Anbu: ‘More youths taking up arms, matter of concern’

He said there was need to stop infiltration from across the border, eliminate militants operating in the hinterland and arrest the capability to induce locals, which has been the trend in the last couple of years.

Dry, cold weather in J&K; Srinagar-Jammu highway remains shut

Dry, cold weather in J&K; Srinagar-Jammu highway remains shut

The highway – the only all-weather road link connecting the Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country – was closed for traffic on Monday as Kashmir experienced the season’s first major snowfall.

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Srinagar militants without medicines, food, officers say ‘slightly odd’

“We have recovered two AK-47 rifles and eight magazines. As per initial information, no food item or medicines have been recovered,” CRPF I-G (Srinagar) Ravideep Sahi told The Indian Express.

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Sunjuwan attack: ‘Lost both son, father… God knows what will happen to this family’

The father and son were among those killed in the terror attack on Sunjwan Army camp.

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Srinagar: 30-hour encounter ends, two militants gunned down near CRPF camp

The militants were killed after security personnel opened heavy fire towards the five-storey building they were holed up in.

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Nirmala Sitharaman on Jammu attack: ‘Pakistan will pay… demography suggests local help to terrorists’

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said “we will be providing evidence to prove that the handlers are back in Pakistan and they are the mastermind, influencing all this”.

Sunjuwan attack: Soldiers’ families wait in Valley for bodies as snowfall affects airlift

Qureshi hailed from Batapora village, close to the LoC in Kupwara, and is survived by wife Hamida Bano, who is six months pregnant, and six young daughters.