J&K cops quiz Davinder Singh; NIA to take over soon; a militant killed
“Davinder Singh is under suspension and we have recommended his termination from services,” J&K police chief Dilbag Singh told reporters in Jammu. A joint team of J&K police officers and other agencies are interrogating Davinder Singh at Kulgam and have searched his residence and other properties in Kashmir and Jammu.
3 militants killed in encounter with security forces in Pulwama
Security forces launched a cordon-and-search operation in the Gulshanpora are...
New Army deputy-chief to look after ops & strategic planning post-Doklam
The need for the new post of Deputy Chief of Army Staff (Strategy) o...
J&K Police Deputy SP Davinder Singh took Hizbul commander Naveed Babu to Jammu in 2018 as well
Davinder Singh was arrested on Saturday along with Naveed alias Babu, another militant Rafi Rather and an alleged Over Ground Worker Irfan Dar, in a car on highway in Kulgam district, when they were on way to Jammu. J&K police currently interrogating Singh and Naveed are also investigating, whether they were on way to execute any big attack or not.
Awantipora encounter: One terrorist killed, arms and ammunition recovered
One terrorist was killed in an encounter between security forces and terrorists in Awantipora, Pulwama. The security forces have recovered a...
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.
Year-end review: Pulwama, Article 370, CAA kept MHA busy
This year saw BJP president Amit Shah assuming charge of the crucial ministry and taking a few tough decisions that rocked the country.
Upgraded version of fighter jet developed jointly by China, Pakistan makes maiden flight
The JF-17 Thunder, earlier named as FC-1 Xiaolong, was a single-engine multi-role light fighter jet jointly produced by the two countries for several years with engines supplied by Russia. The upgraded version features the technologies of China's stealth fighter J-20.
China backed efforts to defuse Indo-Pak tensions post-Pulwama attack: Wang
In an interview to the ruling Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, about China's diplomatic achievements in 2019, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi mentioned post-Pulwama tensions and Beijing's attempts to bring peace between India and Pakistan.
Karvy fallout: Brokers to face stricter scrutiny of accounts
The Securities and Exchange Board of India has asked exchanges to detect Karvy-like cases beforehand.
View: Here's what govt needs to do to fix unintended fallout due to CAA protests
Governments often forget that agitating students do not speak just for themselves. Every student is connected with family and friends outside campus. They, members from different walks of life, have also lent support. In agitations against laws that appear to many to segregate one religious community from others, there is a risk of the movement feeding communal polarisation.
CAB fallout: Aasu, others to intensify protest
Assam FM Himanta Biswa Sarma said CAB was likely to be introduced in the Lok Sabha next Monday and in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. Sarma’s remark indicates the government does not expect the bill to be passed in a day in the Lok Sabha, where BJP has a majority.
Army was ready to hit Pakistan had ammunition dump been attacked in February 27 aerial combat
Following the aerial combat on February 27, Pakistan said its military planes deliberately did not attack Indian defence installations and that the raid was carried out to send a strong message to New Delhi.
Saffron surge has Kashmir farmers smiling
Output was hit in past two years but adequate moisture has ensured above-average crop this year.
Citizenship Amendment Bill purpose is to address Partition fallout: Madhav
The move to amend the Citizenship Act, 1955, is a humanitarian obligation that the country has to fulfil to address the Partition’s fallout, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav has said.
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