Exchange of gunfight between Militants and Government forces

Militant killed Kupwara: An exchange of gunfight broke out between militants and government forces at Yaroo area of Langate, Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Tuesday late afternoon. An army official said that earlier soldiers of 30 RR patrolling party was attacked by the militants at Ganapora near Yaroo area of Langate, Handwara and

Jammu & Kashmir: Gunfight between security forces and militants

Gunfight Jammu Kashmir: A gunfight took place on Tuesday between security forces and militants in Jammu and Kashmir’s Tral town, police said. Upon receiving information about the militants, the security forces started a search operation in Mir Mohalla on Monday evening. “As the operation continued on Tuesday morning, the militants fired at the security forces

Schools Schools, mosques, orphanages kept outside scope of seizure, sealing: Govt

JAMMU : J&K Government Spokesman, Rohit Kansal made it clear that schools, mosques and orphanages have been kept outside the scope of seizures and sealing, In the wake of the ban imposed by the Government of India on Jamaat-e-Islami, J&K. “Action is being taken against offices, assets, properties and other equipment of the banned organisation,”

Maulana-Masood-Azhar Masood Azhar dead or alive?

According to media reports, Jaish-e-mohomaad chief Masood Azhar is no more; he died because of blood cancer. Also some of the rumours are that he died in air strike done by india air force few days back. He is there in one of the camp but his death is not confirmed by any of the

WhatsApp facilitates quick switch from voice to video call Video released of suicide bomber killed in Kulgam gunfight

Jaish-e-Muhammad today released a recorded video of a militant, killed on February 24 in Kulgam, telling that he was preparing to carry out another attack in the near future. The 6 minute video of Raqeeb Ahmad Sheikh went viral over social media, less than a week after he was killed in Kulgam district. He talks

48-hour long Handwara Gunfight ends

Two militants, five government personnel personnel were killed as nearly 48-hour long gunfight ended at Babagund Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Five security personnel, three from CRPF and two state policemen have been martyred and a civilian has lost his life during the encounter. On February 28, the Government of India banned Jamaat-e-Islami following

6 die, 31 injured as bus falls into gorge in Udhampur

6 killed, 31 injured as bus fell into deep gorge at Majalta Udampur. Last night one bus on its way from Surinsar towards Srinagar rolled into deep gorge at Majalta Udhampur. The primary reason behind this accident is that the vehicle was in a high-speed due to which the driver lost control over it. Rescue

NC,PDP to move court over amendment in Article 370

Two political parties of J&K state National Conference (NC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to move court over Government of India’s amendment of a clause of Article 370. Article 370 of the Indian Constitution deals with the special status given to the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It provides a fairly high degree of autonomy

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Civilian injured in ceasefire violation

Civilian injured in a ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir. Locals shows the bullets fired by Pakistani army and damaged caused to their homes. Injured admitted to hospital immediately. “Pakistani forces have violated the ceasefire 2,936 times in 2018, in which 61 people were killed and

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One-way traffic restored on Jammu- Srinagar highway

One-way traffic was restored on the Jammu- Srinagar highway on Friday as hundreds of vehicles moved from Srinagar to Jammu. One of the traffic officials, told that around 2,000 trucks have already crossed the Jawahar Tunnel towards Jammu early today. A total of around 6,000 trucks will be allowed to move on the day. Due

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Pulwama unleashes alarming tremors

TERROR VIOLENCE IN THE VALLEY ASSUMES NEW NARRATIVE RINGING ALARM BELLS AJAY BHARDWAJ Chandigarh While investigations by the NIA are in progress, a stark feature emerging out of it is that terrorist violence in the Kashmir Valley has taken a more vicious form. The narrative of terrorist violence seems to be changing. Because, it is

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Pakistan is no more most favored nation(MFN) as India canceled the status

Pakistan is no more most favored nation(MFN) as India canceled the status after the Phulwama Terror attack in which a 21 year old suicide bomber hit to the vehicle of Indian Army Convoy. The decision was taken at the CCS meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence. NSA Ajit Doval, Nirmala Sitharaman, Rajnath Singh,

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Daily Post Interview Part II: So far, I don’t find anything wrong in the Rafale deal: Gen Malik

In J&K, besides Army action, need to revive interactive civilian,economic activities. The Rafale controversy continues to rock the nation. The Congress and other Opposition parties are trying to take it to the scale of the infamous Bofors scandal to push the Modi government to the wall in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections. How

Fitness Trend Beer Yoga
Know About the New Fitness Trend-Beer Yoga

Experts around the world have been advocating beer’s nutritional benefits for quite a time now. Nutritionist Veda Gavhane says, “Though the calorie count in this alcohol beverage is high, beer is still said to reduce the risk of heart attack Are you a yoga lover? Or a Beer fan? You must be thinking what a

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India emerges 3rd largest tourist place in the world: Alphons

Punjab, Haryana, HP have yet to exploit their full potential Tourism in any country is not just fun and frolic, it is a window to the country’s rich cultural heritage as tourism has emerged as a throbbing industry that can lend an unexpected impetus to its economy. DAILYPOST Editor Ajay Bhardwaj in a freewheeling conversation

Himachal Pradesh sunny after overnight snow
Himachal Pradesh sunny after overnight snow

Himachal Pradesh sunny after overnight snow. The Himachal Pradesh’s capital on Friday woke up to a sunny morning with plentiful snowfall overnight, hampering traffic and snapping of electricity cables.”It was bright and sunny across the state after a day of widespread snow and rain,” an official of the Met Office told IANS. Snow hit vehicular

Up hills, farmers don’t know how to spell suicide

SUSHIL KUMAR SHARMA Shimla At a time when news about farmers’ suicides has been coming from almost all states, Himachal Pradesh happens to be a conspicuous exception where the term farmer’s suicide is still unheard of. Though there have been topographical and technical constraints, the farming community of over 9.5 lakh families in the hills

Off the Cuff
Daily Post Special: Off the Cuff

Minister forgets to salute Power Minister Gurpreet Singh Kangar was the chief guest at the Republic Day function held at Bathinda on Saturday. The minister, after hoisting the tricolour, forgot to give a salute to the nation’s pride. It caused a major embarrassment for the district administration but despite noticing it on the podium they

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Arun Jaitley in New York for cancer treatment, may miss budget

Finance minister Arun Jaitley is unlikely to present the federal budget on February 1, as he has flown to the United States for cancer treatment. Jaitley has already left for New York for treatment of soft tissue cancer in his thigh, a type of tumour which can spread to other parts of the body quickly.

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Justice to slain Journalist family after 17 years: Ram Rahim gets life imprisonment with three other convicts in murder case

HomeNewsBreaking  Four convicts to produce in CBI court with Ram Rahim via video conferencing in journalist murder case Nidhi Bhanot/Ravinder Singh Malik Ludhiana/Panchkula Justice to slain Journalist family after 17 years: Ram Rahim gets life imprisonment with three other convicts in murder case. In journalist murder case on Ram Rahim  hearing was carried out via video conferring