The latest arrests have come despite the issuance of an advisory by the state government regarding dos and don’ts for admins of WhatsApp groups so as to check circulation of rumours in the state.
Srinagar airport passed the test for night landing last week following upgrade; facilities like approach lights and landing systems are key.
After the alleged gangrape, the woman went to the Chenab bridge and around 7.30 pm called the accused a number of times and threatened to commit suicide by jumping into the river.
An encounter broke out in Kashmir after militants began firing upon the security personnel in Batamaloo area. Mobile Internet service has been snapped as a precautionary measure.
The resignations came after a Hizbul Mujahideen militant commander gave a week’s time to the SPOs to announce their resignation.
The cash was recovered during a raid on the jhuggi following a tip-off, police sources said, adding that Rs 27 lakh of the seized currency was in Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes, while the remaining were in notes of lesser denomination.
On July 12, the Governor NN Vohra had revoked individual gun licences issued between January 2017 and February 2018, citing unearthing of fake gun licensing rackets through “various investigating agencies, particularly ATS and SOG Rajasthan”.
The encounter broke out when militants opened fire on security forces while they were conducting searches inside the forest area at Ladoora, police said.
According to the input, accessed by The Indian Express, Mohammed Umer, son of Azhar’s elder brother Ibrahim, infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir in the last week of May.
Scrapping of special laws would close the last opening for reconciliation in Kashmir and in South Asia.
Once cleared, airlines will be able to operate flights until 10 pm. At present, the last flight lands in Srinagar at 5.15 pm. The last outbound flight from Srinagar takes off at 5.45 pm.
Identifying the suspect as Tanveer Ahmed, a class IV employee at the government higher secondary school at Shiva, sources said he along with one Mir Din were taken into custody the previous evening by Special Investigation Team constituted to inquire into the matter.
Confirming that the infiltration bid had been foiled in the Gurez sector, Army spokesperson Colonel Rajesh Kalia said two terrorists were killed and an officer and three soldiers had died in the operation.
A bench of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justice A M Khanwilkar adjourned the hearing Monday, saying a three-judge bench needs to decide whether it should be referred to a Constitution Bench.
J&K special status: The shutdown call was given by separatists to protest against petitions seeking scrapping of Article 35-A. They have also called for a complete shutdown on Monday, the day of the hearing.