‘A cult has been born’- former J&K Police chief Kuldeep Khoda on rising militancy

‘A cult has been born’- former J&K Police chief Kuldeep Khoda on rising militancy

Former Jammu and Kashmir police Chief Kuldeep Khoda has warned of a “cult” being born in the state with more educated young people joining terrorism and picking up the gun becoming an “attractive and glamorous” option. The “dimensions and dynamics”...
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Ultimate wake-up call for New Delhi

Ultimate wake-up call for New Delhi

The happenings in the ongoing month of Ramadan should serve as an ultimate wake-up call for New Delhi about the enormity of the situation in Kashmir. It is headed towards a catastrophe. The place is becoming immune to all sorts...
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Local recruitment in militant groups rising: Agencies

Local recruitment in militant groups rising: Agencies

The unilateral ceasefire during the holy month of Ramzan may have brought a halt to anti-militancy operations in Kashmir but security agencies have warned of a rise in recruitment of local youth into militant groups, that has crossed 80. Security...
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CRPF terms ‘Run over’ charges ‘Baseless’ even as victim’s family presses for murder case

CRPF terms ‘Run over’ charges ‘Baseless’ even as victim’s family presses for murder case

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) reacted sharply to the Jammu and Kashmir Police registering a case of rash and negligent driving against its driver in the case of Kaiser Ahmed, the youth who died after being run over by...
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After inputs of Jaish infiltration Kashmir Valley on High alert

After inputs of Jaish infiltration Kashmir Valley on High alert

The Kashmir valley is on a high alert and the security forces are on tenterhooks following inputs that around two dozen battle-hardened Jaish-e-Mohammed militants, believed to have infiltrated recently, have split themselves in smaller groups in south Kashmir....
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Top Kashmiri bureaucrats hold insignificant posts

Top Kashmiri bureaucrats hold insignificant posts

One way to marginalise Kashmiri presence in the top bureaucracy is to limit the number of officers in the services. Another is to install the remaining officers in positions where their presence is not impactful. The secretariat at present is...
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Desecrating militant graves, Attacking their houses unacceptable: Mirwaiz Umar Farooq

Desecrating militant graves, Attacking their houses unacceptable: Mirwaiz Umar Farooq

Chairman Hurriyat Conference (M) and president Mutahida Majlis-e-Ulema Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday strongly condemned the vandalising of properties of militant commanders and desecrating the graves of slain militants in southern districts of the Valley. Ad...
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Police, Auqaf agree on ‘Truce Plan’ inside Jamia Masjid premises

Police, Auqaf agree on ‘Truce Plan’ inside Jamia Masjid premises

In a rare move, Jammu and Kashmir police and the caretaker body of historical Jamia Masjid, Anjuman-e-Auqaf, have agreed on a ‘truce plan’ that would see at least 40 volunteers deployed at the entry and exit points of Jamia Masjid...
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Two witnesses depose before CoI probing Major’s conduct in Hotel Case

Two witnesses depose before CoI probing Major’s conduct in Hotel Case

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday submitted to the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Srinagar, a report on the case involving the brief detention of Major Leetul Gogoi and a local girl at a city hotel on May 23. Meanwhile, two...
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Bar Association concerned about free-hand given to Lal Singh exposes BJP’s mindset

Bar Association concerned about free-hand given to Lal Singh exposes BJP’s mindset

Kashmir High Court Bar Association Srinagar on Wednesday expressed its deep concern over the endorsement of BJP top brass in giving “free hand” to formed Minister Lal Singh for galvanizing support and intensifying campaign for a CBI probe in the...
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