Adil Akhzer

adil.akhzer@expressindia.com.

Articles By Adil Akhzer

6-10 Pakistani soldiers killed, terror infra hit severely: Army Chief on operation in PoK

The Indian Army had last targeted terrorist launch pads in February this year, after the deadly Pulwama attack, hitting a Jaish-e-Mohammed camp in Balakot, deep inside Pakistan.

Ram Madhav: ‘For peace, can jail 300 for 2-3 months’

Speaking of the leaders in detention currently, Madhav said, “I want to ask, who was running violence here? It was being run for political benefit,” he said.

Political parties can’t call polls a sham because they are boycotting: J&K CEO Shailendra Kumar

"The State Election Commission is not for Kashmir division or for a particular district. In Ladakh division, 99 per cent seats are full, in Jammu division, almost 98 per cent."

Kin say PSA detenue is cancer patient, HC asks J&K govt to get him medically examined

The court in the order said there shall be no difficulty for the “respondents to have the detenue examined medically and provided him all the facility required for his ailment”.

To get Valley kids back to school, J&K announces Class 5-12 exams

Parents fearful, schools say need to spread word and step up security

In J&K, militants kill apple loader from Punjab, kiln worker from Chhattisgarh

Three militants killed in Anantnag firefight

J&K govt revokes PSA against Shopian minor

With this, the J&K government has revoked the PSA in all the four cases where the families had approached the High Court and said those detained were minors.

J&K: Three LeT militants killed in Anantnag

Police officers said a cordon- and-search operation was launched at Pazalpora, Bijbehara in Anantnag. Around 5 am, militants fired at the security forces, triggering an encounter.

J&K High Court: Give legal aid if necessary to those detained under the PSA

A division bench of Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Rashid Ali Dar gave the direction while hearing a PIL filed by senior advocate Syed Tasaduque Hussain.

Mobile phones back in Kashmir valley, SMS stopped after terror attack

Shopian deputy commission Yasin Choudhary told The Indian Express that the militants fired shots in the air to disperse locals and labourers loading the truck and took the vehicle a short distance away before killing the driver and setting the truck on fire.

Low-intensity blast in Budgam, no casualty

Soon after the blast, the area was cordoned off and senior officers reached on the spot.

‘My day would start at the gate of police station, we left around 10 pm…Was heartbreak every time’

Families of two 16-year-olds detained under the draconian PSA in Kashmir recount the ‘traumatic’ fight to track them and to bring them back home

65 days after lockdown, officials in Valley caution: Don’t call this ‘normal’

“There is a permanence to the change in the status of the state and the people post August 5. Silence, humiliation, resentment, anger and protest in the nature of self-imposed curfews has been the reaction so far. It hasn’t manifested in violence. So far,” said an official.

NC leaders visit Farooq and Omar, seek their release before polls; PDP cleared to meet Mufti

NC team says Abdullahs ‘pained’ but well and in high spirits; PDP given time on Monday, defers visit.

J&K: Journalist, traffic cop among 14 injured in Valley grenade attack

Dr Mukhtar Ahmad, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Anantnag, told The Sunday Express that most suffered minor injuries and were discharged immediately while one person was referred to Srinagar for specialised treatment.

A day in the life of Srinagar’s medicine supplier: ‘My staff would go out, face forces, angry people. If they failed, they tried again’

Queuing up outside courier companies, doing rounds of chemists and hospitals, and even advising patients, Srinagar’s largest oncology drug supplier has had a difficult job since Aug 5.

J&K govt revokes PSA against two minor boys

The government informed a single-judge bench of Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey of the same. A subsequent order by the court read, “In that view of the matter, the petition does not survive, therefore, is disposed of as settled.”

144 minors were detained, Jammu and Kashmir admits to top court

Of these, 142 had already been released and only two were still in juvenile homes, the report said, citing information provided by the police and other state agencies.

Kin of 2 ‘minors’ challenge PSA order in Jammu and Kashmir HC

In the first case, a family from Baramulla district has approached the court with a habeas corpus petition seeking directions to quash the PSA detention order passed by the authorities.

Amid lockdown and detentions, J&K announces local council polls October 24

If candidates approach, will ensure level playing field: CEO

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