“In the last two months, the Army Chief has given 15-20 ‘on the spot’ commendation cards. The Army headquarters then notifies them as soon as possible,” said sources.
Trump administration has concluded that New Delhi is “considering punitive options” to “raise the cost to Islamabad for its alleged support to cross-border terrorism”.
The Delhi Police is looking to recruit 7,307 constables, for which it has received 18 lakh applications from across the country.
“We are proud of him. But what is there to celebrate? He has done his duty, that is all,” his mother Swarnalata Gogoi told The Indian Express over the telephone.
Gogoi said “around 1200 people had surrounded” security personnel and polling staff at a polling booth in Utligam on April 9 morning and were “trying to burn down the polling station by hurling petrol bombs”.
After Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi insisted on keeping her Sikh guards. Today, Kashmir demands similar maturity and empathy
The tying of Farooq Ahmed Dar to an army jeep on April 9, to protect the forces from stone-pelters, was the violation of a citizen’s fundamental rights, the constitution’s spirit
In a strong response to increased infiltration bids from Pakistani side of the LoC, India struck Pakistani forward positions in Jammu and Kashmir’s Naushera sector.
A senior official from the Home Ministry has said that stone pelting mobs and militants pose equal threat to the annual Amarnath pilgrimage that begins on June 29.
Speaking to the media for the first time since the incident, Gogoi said that he was responding to a distress call from security personnel posted at a polling booth in Kashmir.
Ghulam Qadir, elder brother of Farooq, questioned the award to the officer who is under probe: “Is this justice? It is a mockery in the name of an inquiry. This is cruel, not justice.’’
The inspection found a number of the centres had been shut for nearly a year but monthly salaries — Rs 3,600 for an anganwadi worker and Rs 1,850 for a helper — were being drawn regularly.
Rajouri deputy commissioner Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said the order followed directions from education minister Altaf Bukhari.
“Never before have we been taught so much about nationalism — true or fake — and yet, under the nose of this government for the last 36 months, J&K spiraled out of control like never before.”
The Ministry of External Affairs has maintained that Kashmir is an issue of ‘terrorism’ and that India wants to resolve it bilaterally with Pakistan.