It will not be tolerated if anyone will talk of freedom of Kashmir: Sanjay Raut
Speaking to ANI, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut asserted that i...
Jaishankar defends NDA government's decision to allow ISI officials to visit Pathankot air base in 2016
He said the NDA government did not pu...
Year-end review: Pulwama, Article 370, CAA kept MHA busy
This year saw BJP president Amit Shah assuming charge of the crucial ministry and ta...
View: How secure will India be in 2020?
While 2019 saw a lot of activities with regard to national security, Balakot strike, abrogation of Art 370, administrative reorganisation of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union territories (UTs) and appointment of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), extrapolating the trends can help in anticipating some strategic and security challenges.
Post-Article 370 nullification, J&K HC opens its jobs for candidates from all over India
Following nullification of the Article 370 on August 5, there had been demands from various quarters, especially in the Jammu region and Union Territory of Ladakh, for a domicile certificate or some legal restrictions on the purchase of land by outsiders as well as their appointments in government jobs.
2019 recorded highest ever ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir in last 16 years
Pakistani troops made the highest number of ceasefire violations amounting to over 3,200 instances.
Nukes a deterrent, no other role: Army Chief General Naravane
Naravane, who assumed charge as the Army Chief this week, said that although the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist camp in Balakot, Pakistan has been “reactivated”, it was destroyed in the Indian aerial strikes on it in Feb last year. He pointed out that the strikes signal that terrorist camps and infrastructure can be taken down and cannot operate with impunity.
J-K: Internet service restored in GMC of Anantnag
The internet service has been restored in the Government Medical College (GMC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag on January 02. Earlier, the a...
Centre mulling option of introducing residency norms for Jammu & Kashmir
The options include introducing mandatory requirement of 15-year residency in government jobs, ownership of land, seats in professional and college education, the official said. The special arrangement will be on the lines of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
No one called ex-JK CMs 'anti-national', decision on their release by UT admin: Amit Shah
Many political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir, including the three former chief ministers, were detained on August 5, the day the Centre announced abrogation of Article 370 provisions and bifurcation of the state into the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
Surgical strike failed to demoralise Pakistan terrorists: Shiv Sena
Accusing the Modi government of boasting about how Pakistan was straightened out after the surgical strike, the Sena sought to know whether it has really happened. It also observed that troubled borders were not good for the country's well-being.
MHA releases 2019 report card, cites Article 370 abrogation, CAA as achievements
Ministry of Home Affairs has released a report card of 2019 highlighting the major decisions and initiatives of the department. MHA mentione...
Donald Trump impeachment: Nancy Pelosi to delay sending Articles to Senate
“We are ready,” said Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said Wednesday night that she was reluctant to send the charges or name the lawmakers who would prosecute the case against Trump until she was certain of a fair process for a Senate trial. “When we see what they have, we will know who and how many we will send over.”
Protest against Pakistan's atrocities on minorities, Modi tells anti-CAA protesters
"Those who are protesting against the Parliament of India, I want to tell them that the need was to expose Pakistan's deeds on the world stage. If you want to protest, protest and raise voice against Pakistan's deeds for the last 70 years, you should have that guts," he said.
Indian Army chief's remark of 'preemptively strike' right 'irresponsible', says Pakistan
In an exclusive interview to PTI, Army Chief Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane on Tuesday said India reserves the right to "preemptively strike" at sources of terror. He asserted that a "new normal" in the country's response mechanism to acts of cross-border terrorism has already been "emphatically" displayed.
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