Successful China visit by military delegation paves way for future collaboration: Army
The visit is considered significant as the composition of the delegation, schedule of the visit and interactions carried out were orchestrated in a progressive manner to achieve better understanding and build up of positive perceptions about key concerns faced at operational and functional levels. The visit included fruitful interactions with top brass of Chinese PLA.
Will take action to reclaim PoK if ordered, says Army Chief General Naravane
"There is a parliamentary resolution, that entire Jammu and Kashmir region is a part of India. If Parliament wants it, then that area (PoK) also should belong to us. When we get orders to that effect, we will take appropriate action," the Army chief said while speaking to the media in Delhi.
Number of people eligible under CAA not fixed yet: G Kishan Reddy
Union Minister G Kishan Reddy said the data was not prepared yet even as the Centre would engage in talks with various state governments which have been opposing the implementation of the CAA in their states, including the North-East.
Home Secretary, Delhi Police commissioner scheduled to appear before Parliamentary committee on Jan 13
Bhalla had earlier briefed the panel on the situation in north-eastern region following enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act.
J&K may hold bypolls for 12,000 panchayat seats in February and March
The J&K government is contemplating to hold panchayat polls for over 12,000 vacant sarpanch and panch posts in February and March. The Centre is keen on filling vacant panchayat berths in the newly carved Union Territory, especially in Kashmir region, an official source said on Wednesday.
Two army personnel killed in gunfight with Pakistani infiltrators along LoC in Jammu & Kashmir
The infiltrators were intercepted in the Khari Thrayat forest when they were trying to sneak into India from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), they said. The search operation was launched following information about the movement of suspected terrorists, the officials said.
Top diplomats to visit J-K for analyzing current situation
India has invited ambassadors of various countries to visit Jammu and Kashmir this week to see for themselves the situation on the ground mo...
Government invites envoys in Delhi to visit J&K
India has invited ambassadors of various countries to visit Jammu and Kashmir this week to see for themselves the situation on the ground months after the government withdrew the special status given to the erstwhile state under Article 370 of the Constitution.
8 ex-J&K MLAs submit ‘vision document’ to LG
Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu on Tuesday received a 15-point memorandum on socio-economic and political aspiration of people from eight former MLAs led by Altaf Bukhari.
Telecom AGR dips 4.5% in Q2
The telecom industry recorded a 4.56% quarter-on-quarter fall in adjusted gross revenue (AGR) in July-September 2019, hit by seasonal weakness in call volumes and the shutdown of mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir.
Government to lower quota for local officers in IAS, IPS in J-K, ladakh
The Centre has decided to lower the quota from existing 50 per cent to 33 per cent for local officers from state services to IAS, IPS and IFoS in the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, officials said on Tuesday.
Northern Army Commander visits China to improve military ties including training
Singh met the Commander of the PLA (People’s Liberation Army) ground forces, General Han Weiguo. “The two Generals discussed issues having strategic ramifications to include regional security environment, joint training and measures to enhance peace and tranquility along the borders,” a statement issued by the army reads.
1,999 stone-pelting incidents in 2019 in J-K, 1,193 post abrogation of Article 370
The data revealed that the highest number of 658 stone-pelting incidents took place in August last year, followed by 257 in May, 248 in September, 224 in April, 203 in October, 103 in February and 84 in November. In 2018 and 2017, 1,458, and 1,412 stone pelting incidents were reported in the erstwhile state, respectively.
Army porter dead, 3 rescued in J-K avalanche
An Army porter died and three others were rescued after they were struck by an avalanche along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmi...
Govt wanted Kashmir like rest of India, ended up making India like Kashmir: Yashwant Sinha
Yashwant Sinha said that he was disappointed by the government's approach last year also tried to go to Kashmir but was once "sent back" and on another occasion "confined to a hotel room". "Recently when they abrogated Articles 370 and 35A to remove special status of J&K and divided it into two union territories it was that same doctrine of state at work," he claimed.
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