Govt seeks cyber crime volunteers to report on 'anti-national' posts; project launched in Jammu and Kashmir
The project known as Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) will also have cyber awareness promoters to help create awareness about cyber crime among citizens and cyber experts who will provide technical help in investigations
BSF shoots dead suspected Pakistani intruder along International Border in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba
BSF inspector general for the Jammu frontier NS Jamwal said that the intruder 'could be a terrorist guide who had travelled for a reconnaissance'
Around 27% of healthcare workers in Kashmir developed antibodies against COVID-19, finds sero-survey
The sero-survey was based on samples from 2,013 healthcare workers. The samples were collected from hospitals affiliated with Srinagar's GMC hospital, and also from district and police hospitals
New York Assembly passes resolution calling for declaration of 'Kashmir American Day'; India expresses concern
The resolution, which drew a sharp reaction from India, calls on Governor Andrew Cuomo to declare 5 February as Kashmir American Day
Jammu and Kashmir admin restores 4G internet across UT; impact of relaxations to be 'closely monitored'
The order restoring 4G internet services in the UT has come exactly 18 months after it was suspended on 5 August 2019, when the Centre abrogated the special status of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan, India must resolve Kashmir issue in 'dignified and peaceful' manner, says General Qamar Javed Bajwa
While addressing the graduation ceremony at the Pakistan Air Force's Asghar Khan Academy in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Bajwa said it was time to extend 'hand of peace' but added that Pakistan will not allow 'anybody to misinterpret our desire for peace as a sign of weakness'
The hideout was unearthed on Saturday afternoon during a search operation in Doba Mohalla forest area in Poonch's Hadiguda
BSF detects underground tunnel along International Border in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua, second within 10 days
The secret tunnel was detected during an anti-tunneling operation in the border outpost (BOP) Pansar area of Hiranagar sector, opposite Abhiyal-Dogra and Kingre-de-Kothe in Shakargarh
The four soldiers, who suffered splinter injuries, were shifted to the military hospital in Udhampur for treatment
Sajad Lone's J&K People's Conference quits PAGD, accuses other members of fielding proxy candidates in DDC polls
In a letter to PAGD head and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, Lone also blamed the proxy candidates behind the low vote share of PAGD constituent parties in the district development council (DDC) elections
An IMD official said while Srinagar had recorded minus 8.3 degrees Celsius in 1995, the temperature has fallen to minus 11.3 degrees Celsius in 1991
Quoting preliminary investigation, officers said the motorcycle was left behind by a suspected terrorist who is believed to have moved into the nearby forest
Kashmir: Flights suspended, highway closed due to heavy snowfall for fourth consecutive day in Valley
However, an IMD official has said the weather is likely to improve from today afternoon and that there was no forecast of any major snowfall from 7 till 14 January
One pistol, three magazines, 35 bullets and five hand grenades were recovered. This was third instance in Poonch after a 3-member module of Jammu and Kashmir Gazanvi Force was busted
Mehbooba Mufti slams Centre for 'criminalising dissent', says J&K parties are 'everybody's favourite whipping boy'
The former CM said the Gupkar Alliance has vowed to fight for the restoration of Jammu and Kashmir's special status through democratic and peaceful means
According to a police official, militants lobbed the grenade towards security personnel, but the grenade missed the intended target and exploded in a market
Fast-track courts for rape cases only solution for justice, says ex-J&K women commission chief as sexual crimes rise in Kashmir
Vasundhara Pathak Masoodi says she continues to receive complaints from distressed women even a year after the J&K State Women Commission was abolished by the governnment
In Kashmir's struggle between 'national integrity' and 'identity', land has remained a quiet catalyst around its politics
When politics around ‘identity’ and ‘development’ has juxtaposed in Kashmir, land would always be the centrepiece.
Shopian 'fake encounter': Jammu and Kashmir Police files chargesheet against Army officer, two others
Earlier, a Court of Inquiry had found prima facie evidence that troops had 'exceeded' powers under the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA)
'Some in Delhi trying to teach me democracy': Modi slams Congress for not holding panchayat polls in Puducherry
Rahul Gandhi, in a recent attack on the Modi government over the farmers' agitation, had said that there is 'no democracy' in India