Tag: Srinagar

DAY AFTER INDIA DESTROYED TERROR CAMPS, PAKISTAN VIOLATES CEASEFIRE IN POONCH : J&K

The truce infringement from over the LoC in Poonch came a day after Indian soldiers in retaliatory fire dispensed overwhelming setbacks among Pakistani soldiers and decimated various activist camps at different places over the LoC inverse Kashmir Valley’s Tangdhar zone. There have been a sum of 2,216 truce infringement from January till September 30 this year and the area south…

3 years of Uri terror attack: The day when Indian Army suffered its worst loss in 20 years

Uri attack: The Indian Army suffered its worst loss in 20 years in J&K when four heavily armed terrorists launched a grenade attack at a camp in Uri on September 18, 2016. Above: Smoke billowing from the Indian Army camp in Uri, J&K, that was attacked by terrorists on September 18, 2016. As many as 18 soldiers were killed and…

MANY PAKISTAN TERRORISTS IN J&K; POSTERS THREATEN KASHMIRIS

SRINAGAR|NEW DELHI: At least five new terrorist groups, each comprising 5-7 terrorists, have infiltrated the Kashmir Valley and another 250 are “waiting for their turn” at the PoK launchpads, according to the latest joint intelligence report. Pakistani Army is providing cover to the infiltrators, with the number of ceasefire violations going up to 250 in August, the reports says. The…

INDIAN ARMY CHIEF GENERAL BIPIN RAWAT VISITS JAMMU AND KASHMIR TO ASSESS SECURITY AND PREPAREDNESS

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had on Thursday said during his visit to the Valley that Kashmir was always a part of India and will continue to remain so. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had earlier camped in J&K after the abrogation of Article 370 to understand the ground situation and was seen interacting with locals. Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya…

MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI JOINS ARMY TROOPS IN MILITANCY-INFESTED SOUTH KASHMIR ON TWO-WEEK STINT

MS Dhoni will stay with his 106 TA Battalion (Para) until 15 August and perform military tasks, representatives of the army said. On Wednesday, an honorary lieutenant colonel in the Territorial Army, Mahendra Singh Dhoni joined army troops in the militancy-infested Southern Kashmir region to carry out patrols, guard duties and comparable responsibilities as did other soldiers. The former captain…