Wion Correspondent, J&K
Sources in the J&K police said that both the arrested were guides of the terrorists killed earlier in the encounter.
Ieshan Bashir Wani
The youth who applied for around 110 vacancies included boys from terrorism prone areas
J&K authorities have promised tourists all necessary assistance and logistical support.
It is important to mention that security forces who were airlifted, to control the situation, have been stationed in several colleges and higher secondary schools because of the lack of space to…
During a high-level situation-cum-security review meeting on Monday, it was decided that the advisory will be lifted from October 10.
Acting on credible inputs about the presence of terrorists in the area, a joint team of the Indian army and Jammu and Kashmir police cordoned the area, to look for the hiding terrorists
The latest casualty came in Anantnag where security forces gunned down Sajjad Maqbool Bhat and Tawseef Ahmad Bhat, both affiliated with Jaish-e-Mohammed terror outfit. Rifleman Anil Kumar Jaswal…
Sources in the Army said that the captain rank officer was killed when a terrorist opened fire at him while three others including a major rank officer suffered injuries.
Advisor to Governor said that there are some claims made and name of Al Umar outfit has been mentioned.
The Governor urged the people in India to visit Kashmir valley as there was no fear and people were welcoming.
Station House Officer of Anantnag Police Station, Arshad Ahmed, was injured in the attack and has been shifted to Srinagar for treatment.
The tourism players are seeing no hope of revival amid the several cancellations by tour groups.
Terrorists opened fire on Manzoor Ahmad Beg at Sadoora village of south Kashmir's Anantnag district.
Sources told WION that Jaish terrorists, two to three in number, have been trapped and the exchange of gunfire was ongoing.
According to his family, Adil married a Dutch national and had a five-year-old son, who died during a battle due to starvation.