'Remember Abbottabad': Pakistan's dossier on terrorism has zero credibility, says Indian ambassador to UN
Earlier, Pakistan's UN envoy Munir Akram had met the UN chief to hand over a dossier that alleged India was promoting terrorism in the country
Nagrota encounter: India summons senior Pakistani diplomat over JeM's attempted attack in J&K ahead of DDC polls
The MEA said that a huge cache of arms, ammunition and explosive material indicate detailed planning for a 'major attack to destabilise security' in the Union Territory
Jammu and Kashmir admin extends 2G mobile data service till 15 Feb with 481 whitelisted sites; ban on high-speed internet to continue
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Friday announced the extension of the 2G mobile data service with 481 whitelisted sites as well as the ban on high-speed internet in the Union territory till 15 February
Jammu and Kashmir: Three militants killed, cop injured in firing at Nagrota toll plaza; schools in Udhampur district shut
A massive search operation in Nagrota has been launched to track down the militants. Senior police officials were at the spot to oversee the combing operations.
Jammu-Srinagar national highway closed for second day after heavy rains and landslides; over 3,000 vehicles stranded
Heavy rains in the Banihal-Ramban section triggered five landslides, leaving over 3,000 vehicles stranded at various places on the route
Holding military commanders alone responsible for setbacks in hybrid conflict doesn't absolve State of its role
Hybrid conflict is far more complex and the involvement of the state besides the military is extensive making responsibility a collective affair more than ever before.
BJP veteran Shanta Kumar fought again in 2014 and emerged victorious in the Lok Sabha election.
J&K Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: PDP Facing a Rout As NC Leads in All 3 Seats in Kashmir, BJP Strengthens Grip on Jammu
BJP’s Jugal Kishore won the election in 2014, in the Jammu constituency.
India-Pakistan air strikes: Locations targeted by PAF home to many brigades of Indian Army's Northern Command
These locations targeted by PAF are significant in the context of the escalating India-Pakistan tensions as they have a number of Indian Army formations under the Northern Command in these parts, especially Bhimber Gali.
Army Day: Officials, civilians complete two-day cycling expedition in J&K's Nagrota; event aimed at 'strengthening' bond
A two-day, 170-kilometre-long cycling expedition organised by the Army with participants from all walks of life ended on Monday at the Nagrota military station, and was organised with the aim to strengthen the bond between civilians and security forces, besides their efforts to restore peace in the state.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) Saturday arrested the key accused, Mohammad Ashraf Khandey in the Nagrota Army Camp attack case. Khandey was arrested from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi while he was trying to flee to Saudi Arabia via Sri Lanka.
NIA makes second arrest in connection with 2016 Nagrota attack on army camp which killed seven soldiers
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested another accused on Saturday in connection with the 2016 Nagrota attack on an army camp in December 2016
Talks with Pakistan can only take place from a position of strength, and India needs to substantially increase neighbour's cost of waging a hybrid war.
Sunjuwan attack: Locals serve meals to camping security personnel day after JeM terrorists strike military camp
As the operation to flush out JeM terrorists who stormed an army camp in Sunjuwan entered the second day, locals have been frequenting the area to serve meals and snacks to police and paramilitary personnel
India-Pakistan relations: New Delhi signals strategic shift across LoC, but escalating costs won't deter Rawalpindi
The Kashmir dispute, four resulting wars, cross-border terrorism, and the threat of nuclear escalation have continued to define India-Pakistan relations.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Saturday that the army has to remain prepared to counter any Dokalam-like situation along the Sino-India border
Bhamre commended the alertness of the troops deployed along the LoC and appreciated their efforts in foiling "nefarious designs of inimical forces"
In the Nagrota attacks, the militants climbed atop a tree growing in the officers’ mess alongside the three-metre high perimeter wall to jump inside the premises.
Maintaining that Pakistan was ready for comprehensive talks with India, Basit, however, said the desire for engagement was missing from the Indian side