Jaish-e-Mohammed News

Anantanag attack: Govt must take suitable action to prevent incidents in future, says Congress

Two motorcycle-borne terrorists believed to be from the Jaish-e-Mohammed group, fired at a CRPF patrol party on the Khanabal-Pahalgham road in Anantnag district, killing five personnel from the paramilitary force and injuring three others on Wednesday.

J&K: 6 militants among 9 killed in Valley

The family of the civilian, Rayees Ahmad, killed during the pre-dawn encounter, alleged that the Army and Special Operation Group of the J&K Police took Rayees and his brother Younis as human shields to conduct searches in the area — an allegation denied by the police and Army.


Delhi's dossier on Jaish chief Masood Azhar: Pathankot to Pulwama, his fingerprints

From the 1999 IC-814 hijacking to 2001 Parliament attack, from 2016 Pathankot airbase attack to the 2019 Pulwama attack, Azhar's name is writ large on most major terror attacks that India suffered over the last two decades.

Three JeM terrorists arrested for attack on police post in Srinagar

A J&K police spokesperson said in a statement that militants Mushtaq and Junaid were residents of Wathoora area of Chadoora in Budgam district.

Pulwama attack: Pakistan seeks more evidence from India

Sources told The Indian Express that the dossier has two parts — one part deals with the investigations into the Indian leads and the actions taken and the second part deals with the questions which have been asked from New Delhi about the further action.

Jaish-e-Mohammed militant killed in Kupwara

The police spokesperson said that one militant was killed in the exchange of fire, and his body was retrieved from the encounter site.


Four Jaish-e-Mohammed militants nabbed between 2014-17 were trained at Balakot

The four militants, all Pakistani, told during their interrogation that militants trained at Balakot were either sent to Afghanistan or Kashmir.

After call from Pakistan, China says respect territorial integrity

“China believes that the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries must be respected. We oppose any practices that violate the UN Charter and the norms of international law,” Chinese Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said.

Balakot: A 6-acre training camp for 600 terror recruits, run by Masood Azhar’s kin

The Indian Air Force hit Jabha Top, a forested hilltop where the Jaish-e-Mohammed had its camp.

Maharashtra assembly lauds air strike, CM Fadnavis calls it ‘befitting reply’

A resolution was moved by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in the Assembly to laud the Indian Air Force for its bravery. It was passed unanimously.