Moosa Raza, former Chief Secretary of Jammu & Kashmir, launched his book Kashmir – Land of Regrets in Chennai and talked about the way forward for Kashmir.
Retaliation attacks following the Pulwama suicide bombing are being reported all over the country, especially among college students and teachers.
Breaking his silence four days after the Pulwama attack, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan denied that Pakistan had any role in the attack.
This is the first press briefing held jointly by the army, CRPF and police force after a Jaish-e-Mohammad suicide bomber rammed an IED-laden car into a CRPF convoy last Thursday, killing 40 CRPF men.
Security forces gunned down top Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) commander Abdul Rasheed Ghazi alias Kamran, in a 12-hour-long encounter with multiple JeM terrorists in Pulwama. Four army men lost their lives in the encounter.
Srinagar district is under lockdown following the uproar in the aftermath of military action killing three ISIS militants in Anantnagar. Sympathisers raise ISIS flags.
At least 2,524 people were injured by pellets, many in the eyes, in eight of the 10 districts in the Kashmir valley since the death of Burhan Wani last year. Concerned, the state govt looks at providing jobs to the victims
The appointment of former IB chief as “interlocutor” and the inclusion of “all stakeholders” in Kashmir dialogue process is seen as a major strategic shift of the BJP-led NDA Government’s stance on Kashmir issue.
The terrorist attacks happened around 4:30 am today, when militants attacked the BSF camp near Srinagar Airport.