The Congress strongly ruled out any tie-up with the PDP after the BJP pulled out, blaming both the ruling parties of current fragile condition in
Jammu & Kashmir government fell this afternoon as the BJP pulled out of the coalition three years after running the dispensation with PDP in
Three people, including an Army jawan, were killed and six injured in firing by Pakistani troops along the International Border and Line of
Jammu and Kashmir’s accession to India was the will of the people of the state, Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma said on Thursday while
Militants opened fire on an Army convoy, which was on its way to Srinagar, at Qazigund, resulting in injuries to one jawan, a police official said.
The deceased was identified as Sepoy Irfan Ahmad Dar, a resident of village Senzen in Shopian, the official said.
Six militants were killed in an encounter that broke out between the security forces and militants in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on
The charges against Shabir Shah and alleged hawala dealer Mohammad Aslam Wani pertains to an alleged case of terror financing dating back to 2005.
Shah, 23, also known as 'Abu Osama Bhai' was killed at Litter area in Pulwama, a place considered to be a safe haven for militants.
Kashmir erroneously figured as a country in a question for students appearing in an examination conducted under the central government’s
The Garud commandos, who were part of the operation for training and experience purpose, were injured in the exchange of fire.
India has once again slammed Pakistan for repeatedly raising the Kashmir issue on United Nations platforms, where it has not been part of the
In a breakthrough, a joint team of security forces today killed top Jaish-e-Mohammed militant commander Umer Khalid in Ladoora area of North
Rajnath said the neighbouring country had been sending terrorists to India with nefarious designs and Indian soldiers had been hunting them down.