Militant hideout unearthed

Militant hideout unearthed. Srinagar, Aug 21: Security forces today unearthed a militant hideout in Kangan area of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district and recovered arms and ammunition, the police said. A search operation was launched by security forces in Cheki Akhaal forests in Kangan area, 40 kms from here, following a tip off, a police official

Two held with 70 kg of poppy in Rajouri

Two held with 70 kg of poppy in Rajouri. Jammu, Aug 20: Police today arrested two persons and seized 70 kg of poppy that they were allegedly smuggling in a gas tanker in Rajori district of Jammu and Kashmir.“Around 0530 hours, a gas tanker, on its way from Kashmir to Jammu, was stopped by a

Two held for trying to smuggle bovine animals in J&K

Jammu, Aug 19, Two held for trying to smuggle bovine animals in J&K. Two persons were today arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle over two dozen bovine animals in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.Mohammad Iqbal and Mohammad Ashraf were carrying 25 bovine animals in a vehicle when they were stopped by the

shopian search operation launched in nine villages:J&K J-K: Search operation launched in nine villages of Shopian

Shopian search operation launched. A Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) were launched in nine villages of Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian district.  The Shopian Police, 62 Rashtriya Rifles (RR), 3 Rr and the 14th Battalion of Central Police Reserve Force (CRPF) are conducting the search operation.The villages under the cordon are Chakoora, Mantribug, Zaipora, Pratabpora, Takipora

Terror funding case: Kashmiri bizman sent to NIA custody

New Delhi, Aug 18, Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Watali, arrested for alleged involvement in a terror funding case, was today sent to 10-day NIA custody.District Judge Poonam A Bamba allowed the agency’s plea for custody after it said that the accused was required to be confronted with evidence and needs to be taken to various places

Bovine smuggler held in Doda

Bovine smuggler held in Doda. Jammu, Aug 17: One person was arrested today for alleged bovine smuggling in Jammu and Kashmir’s Doda district, the police said.On specific information, a police party intercepted a Tata Mobile vehicle at Akramabad area in Doda and rescued seven bovines, a police officer said. He said one person named Mohd

Encounter in north Kashmir

Encounter in north Kashmir. Srinagar, Aug 17: An encounter broke out today between militants and security forces near the Line of Control in Gurez sector of north Kashmir, officials said. Security forces noticed some suspicious movement near Bhim Nallah in Gurez area of Bandipora district this morning, the officials said.They said a gunfight broke out

J-K excise dept realises Rs 460.91 cr revenue till July

J&K Excise Department realises Rs 460.91 cr revenue till July. Jammu, Aug 13 The Jammu and Kashmir Excise Department (JKED) has registered a growth of 11.24 per cent in revenue realisation till July, an official said today.J&K Excise Department realises Rs 460.91 cr revenue till July. The department has realised an amount of Rs 460.91

J-K: Missing boy rescued from Srinagar

Jammu, Aug 13: A 14-year-old boy, who had gone missing from his house here last month, has been rescued from Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital Srinagar, the police said today.Irfan Malik had informed the Domana police that his brother, Zeeshan Malik, was missing from his house in the city’s Bantalab area since July 31, they said.A

Pakistan violates ceasefire again at LoC

Pakistan violates ceasefire again at LoC. Jammu, Aug 13: Violating the ceasefire again, Pakistani troops today fired from small arms along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district. This is third ceasefire violations along the LoC in Poonch district in the past over 24 hours.“There was a brief ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along

Mandi landslide
Mandi landslide: Death toll rises to five

Mandi landslide: Death toll rises to five. The death toll in the devastating landslide that hit Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi has risen to five, whereas six people have been injured.   The landslide hit Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi on Saturday where four people were rescued from the debris. The injured were rushed to a nearby hospital for

Man arrested with cannabis in Jammu

Man arrested with cannabis in Jammu. Jammu, Aug 12: A man has been arrested with cannabis in Ragunath Bazar area of the city, police said today.While patrolling the area last evening, police intercepted the man and seized 120 gm of cannabis from him, they said. A case has been registered and further investigation into the

Shutdown In Kashmir To protect Article 35A- Daily Post India
Shutdown In Kashmir To protect Article 35A

Life across the Kashmir Valley and parts of the Jammu region was on Saturday adversely affected due to a shutdown called to protect Article 35A that gives special rights to Jammu and Kashmir. Shops, businesses, educational institutions and public transport remained shut here on Saturday in response to the shutdown called by separatists. Other district

Woman among 4 held with poppy, cannabis in Jammu

Woman, 3 others arrested with Poppy and Cannabis in Jammu. Jammu, Aug 11, 20 kg of poppy and 6 kg of cannabis has been recovered from four persons, including a woman from different places here, the police said today.20 kg of poppy was recovered from the possession of three persons yesterday, during checking of vehicles,

Poonch Rawalkot Bus Service remain Deffered for Fifth Week

Srinagar: Poonch Rawalkot bus service remain deferred even in the fifth week, the people who came from the POK blocked the road and demanded to send them back to their nation.Poonch bus service remain suspended for around five weeks. Service was initiated with the motive to reunite the people from different borders of Jammu and

Kashmiri women with AK 47, new threat for Nation

Kashmiri women handed AK 47, new threat for Nation. New Delhi: When the chief of the Islamic State (IS) Baghdadi was about to die, he, with the help of women started attacking Iraqi army. Same is the condition of active Pakistan terrorist organisation in Kashmir Valley. The terrorist organizations like Hizbul Mujahideen have started appointing

Amarnath Yatra attack: JK Police confirms LeT involvement in incident

Amarnath Yatra attack. Jammu and Kashmir Police has achieved a major success in resolving the terrorist attacks on the Amarnath pilgrims. According to police sources, the entire militant module involved in the case South Kashmir Police has exposed the terrorist module.According to sources, the Jammu and Kashmir Police has arrested overground workers–militants without weapons, in

3 LeT terrorists killed, internet services snapped in Baramulla
J-K: Three LeT terrorists killed, internet services snapped in Baramulla

J-K: Three Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists were killed in an encounter by the police, Army and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Saturday in Sopore area’s Amarghad of Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district.During the encounter, a police jawan was also injured, but he is stable. Arms and ammunition were also recovered from the encounter area.

Tributes paid to HP's first CM on 104th birth anniversary
Tributes paid to HP’s first CM on 104th birth anniversary

Tributes paid to HP’s first CM on 104th birth anniversary. Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today paid floral tributes to Dr. YS Parmar, the first chief minister of the state, on his 111th Birth Anniversary.He paid the tributes at the statue of Parmar at Ridge and later at a function organised in the assembly.

38 Soldiers died various army establishment attacks J&K
38 Soldiers died in various army establishment attacks in J&K

New Delhi, 38 Soldiers died army establishment attacks. There have been a total of 10 attacks on army establishments in Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in the deaths of 38 soldiers, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday. In a written reply, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said there were no attacks on army