Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Kashmir policy is built on the assumption that development, governance and order will, in time, consign its Islamist impulse to the dustbin of history
Al-Qaeda affiliate urges unity among Kashmir militants, calls for new jihad council in video released on Saturday
Amid reports of Pakistan building pressure on militant outfits in Kashmir, the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Ansar Ghazwatul Hind has called for cooperation among various militant outfits operating in the state and a new representative militant council to take consensus decisions regarding military actions against India
On the morning of 27 June, security forces recovered the body of Adil Ahmad Dass from the orchards in the Bijbehara area. Adil was recruited by the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba in July 2018, but had recently defected to an outfit that has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Budgam, Amod Ashok Nagpuri, said that the police has registered a case and the boys who were injured, were picked up during the clashes with armed forces
Zakir Musa killing affords establishment opportunity to reach disaffected J&K youth as security forces press advantage
While it is good that Zakir Musa has finally been neutralised, what's more important is the ‘what next?’ aspect inevitably thrown up after the neutralisation of a high-profile terrorist.
Islamic State Jammu Kashmir chief Zakir Musa shot dead after encounter with security forces in Kashmir's Tral
A joint team of army’s 42 Rashtriya Rifles and Jammu and Kashmir Police cordoned off the Dadsara village on Thursday evening as people were busy preparing to break the fast as the Muslim holy month of Ramzan is going on.
Jammu and Kashmir saw more killings of jihadists, but also more local recruits in 2018; new year to bring new challenges
As the new year arrives, new challenges are in store for the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, including the conduct of the general elections.
The rift within the militants intensified after the Hizbul Mujahideen top leadership dissociated from its former commander Zakir Musa’s statement in which he had threatened to chop off the heads of Hurriyat leaders for seeking the creation of a secular state.