The police said that about 144 minor boys were also detained last year for indulging in violence, but currently only 17 remain in remand homes set up under the Juvenile Justice Act
Jammu and Kashmir Police book photojournalist Masrat Zahra under UAPA for uploading posts 'glorifying anti-national activities'
The FIR against Zahra was registered under Section 505 of the Indian Penal Code (Statements conducing to public mischief) and relevant sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
Three CRPF personnel killed, three injured in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore after terrorists open fire at checkpost
The terrorists fired at a checkpost that was jointly being manned by troops of CRPF's 179th battalion and the Jammu and Kashmir Police, officials said.
Delhi court sends Davinder Singh to one-month judicial custody; ex-J&K DSP was arrested while ferrying terrorists in Srinagar
A Delhi court has sent to one-month judicial custody Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Davinder Singh, who was arrested while ferrying two Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists in a vehicle on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway earlier this year
Coronavirus Outbreak: Doctors, power workers beaten up as J&K Police enforces lockdown; crowds broke curfew, say cops
A number of videos have emerged showing the Jammu and Kashmir Police roughing up residents, doctors, and power sector workers during the lockdown due to coronavirus
25 terrorists killed by security forces in 2020 but at least 250 militants still active in Valley, says Jammu and Kashmir DGP
The number of listed militants in Kashmir has come down to less than 250, while 25 terrorists were killed by security forces in nearly a dozen operations in the first two months of this year
Jammu and Kashmir Police says evidence available of social media being used to stoke violence in Valley, will act against misuse
The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday said that it will act against the misuse of social media networks, which were allegedly being used to stoke violence in the valley.
Jammu and Kashmir Police registers case against several people for using VPNs to circumvent social media ban
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on 14 January had issued an order banning all social media sites to curb their misuse by miscreants for propagating false information and rumours.
NIA raids multiple locations in south Kashmir in connection to J&K DSP Davinder Singh's arrest who was caught ferrying terrorists out of Valley
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday morning carried out searches in connection with a case in which a senior Jammu and Kashmir police officer was arrested while ferrying terrorists outside the valley
Jammu and Kashmir Police gets most gallantry medals, CRPF bags 76 awards, says MHA on Republic Day eve
These numbers have enabled the Jammu and Kashmir Police to win a lion's share of 108 medals out of the total 290 gallantry awards declared on the eve of the Republic Day, as per the Union Home Ministry
NIA court sends DSP Davinder Singh, four co-accused to 15-day custody; Jammu and Kashmir cop was arrested for ferrying militants
Suspended deputy superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police Davinder Singh, who was arrested for helping terrorists, was produced in a special court in Jammu on Thursday and was sent to 15-day NIA custody with four co-accused, officials said.
NIA registers case against Jammu and Kashmir DSP Davinder Singh, who was arrested while ferrying terrorists out of Valley
Police had arrested Davinder on Saturday at Mir Bazar in Kulgam district of south Kashmir along with Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists Naveed Babu and Altaf, besides an unidentified lawyer who was working as an overground worker for terror outfits.
Rahul Gandhi raises doubt on probe in DSP Davinder Singh case, says matter 'as good as dead' in NIA chief's care
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi raise doubts over the fairness of a National Investigation Agency probe in the conduct of a Jammu and Kashmir police officer who was arrested with two alleged militants in his car.
J&K govt orders 'immediate' transfer of Srinagar, Jammu airports to CISF in view of DSP Davinder Singh arrest
Airports in Srinagar and Jammu are to be 'immediately' brought under the security cover of the CISF in view of the arrest of DSP Davinder Singh, a Jammu and Kashmir government order has said
Davinder Singh arrest: MHA asks NIA to initiate process of probing case against Jammu and Kashmir DSP
The Union home ministry has asked the NIA to initiate the process of probing the case of suspended Jammu and Kashmir Police deputy superintendent Davinder Singh, who was caught in south Kashmir while ferrying two militants to Jammu last weekend, officials said
Randeep Surjewala questions Centre over arrested DSP Davinder Singh, asks 'What is his connection with Hizbul?'
NIA Director-General met Union Home secretary pertaining to investigation of case related to Singh
'Have recommended dismissal of DSP Davinder Singh', says J&K police chief; cop was arrested with two Hizbul terrorists
He said the police has also recommended for taking back the gallantry medal awarded to DSP Davinder Singh by the erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir state on Independence Day in 2018
Arrested cop Davinder Singh is a 'black sheep', was part of conspiracy with terrorists, says advisor to Jammu and Kashmir L-G
Terming Deputy Superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police Davinder Singh, arrested in the company of two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, as a "black sheep", Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu's advisor Farooq Khan on Tuesday said the credit to identify and nab him goes to the state police, which has a history of making thousands of sacrifices in the fight against terrorism.
J&K Police refutes reports of Davinder Singh being awarded gallantry medal by MHA, asks media to avoid 'speculative stories'
The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday refuted media reports claiming that Davinder Singh had been awarded the prestigious President's Police Medal for Meritorious Service on Independence Day 2019.
New Kashmir sees lull in violence but jihadi elements may take advantage of political vacuum; classified govt data shows peace can be deceptive
The worst-case scenario for India is that it could have sacrificed the democratic revival of early 2019, without there being legitimate political actors to take their place.