Lashkar-e-Taiba militant arrested in Srinagar
Nisar Ahmad Dar, a resident of the Hajin area of Bandipore district in north Kashmir, was arrested by the Special Operations Group of the Jammu and Kashmir Police from Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital in the city, a police official said.
Police is using modern gadgets to foil militants' designs: J&K IGP
"Security is beefed on occasions like August 15 or January 26 and night-ti...
Support for terrorism nearly 'wiped out' in J&K, people want peace: Senior Army officer
These acts of terrorism are "...not finding much favo...
Watch: 644 cadres of 8 militant groups surrender in Assam’s Guwahati
644 cadres of eight militant groups of Assam, surrendered at the Arms Laying Down Ceremony in Guwahati on January 23. Chief Minister Sarbana...
Security beefed up in Kashmir in view of US president's India visit
"In view of the incidents that have taken place in Kashmir ahead of high profile visits to the country, security has been strengthened in the Valley," a senior police officer said. In March 2000, Lashkar-e-Taiba militants killed 35 Sikhs in Chatisinghpora village in Anantnag district during the visit of former US president Bill Clinton to India.
People friendly anti-terror ops have yielded results in J-K: Lt Gen Dhillon
Lieutenant General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon, who heads the strategic Kashmir-based XV corps, started Operation 'Maa' whereby a local terrorist trapped in an encounter is made to talk to his mother in a bid to convince him to return to his normal life.
UN report vindicates our stand on Pakistan sponsored terror: India
"This vindicates India's long standing position that Pakistan remains the epicentre of international terrorism," MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava has said.
3 militants killed in encounter in Tral area of J&K
Indian Army gun down 3 terrorists in Tral, J&K. Reportedly, a top terror commander has also been killed3 militants killed in encounter in Tr...
'Remarkable' reduction in number of youths joining militancy since Aug 5 last year: Report
According to a report prepared by security agencies, on an average five local youths have joined militancy every month since August 5 last year, as compared to the earlier rate of 14 per month. The report compared militancy-related developments before and after August 5.
Terrorist camps, launch pads in PoK full, Army's response to CFV swift and hard: Lt Gen B S Raju
In an interview , Lieutenant General Baggavalli Somashekar Raju asserted that the back of terrorism has been "virtually broken" and that Pakistan is unable to "digest" that Kashmiris are experiencing peace and an improved law and order situation.
Encounter breaks out in J&K's Kulgam
The militants fired upon the forces, who retaliated. The exchange of fire is going on and further details are awaited, the official said.
Vehicle-borne IED blast averted in Pulwama: Police
"The police were receiving inputs since a week that HM and JeM militants were planning to launch a big suicidal strike against security forces using car bomb. When the input matured on Wednesday, we developed it and nakas were placed in Pulwama by the security forces," Inspector-General of Police Kashmir, Vijay Kumar said.
Afghan forces killed in first 'Taliban attack' since ceasefire end
The temporary truce ended on Tuesday but a lull in the country's grinding violence has largely held, raising hopes that the militants and Kabul could soon start much-delayed peace talks.
Three terrorists killed, policeman injured after firing on Jammu-Srinagar NH
The group of three-four terrorists was on their way to Srinagar when the police team intercepted it at the Bann toll plaza, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh told PTI. Bann toll plaza in Nagrota is about 28 kilometers from the Jammu city.
Iran leader says Israel a 'cancerous tumour' to be destroyed
Khamenei spoke to the nation in a 30-minute speech aired on state television, as other officials in the past gave the keynote speech. He repeatedly referred to Israel as a “cancer” or “tumour” during the speech, criticizing the US and the West for equipping it with “various kinds of military and non-military tools of power, even with atomic weapons.”