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Fresh incentives for forces on J&K duty

A protester holds a placard as he shouts slogans during a protest in Srinagar. (Photo: AP)

Sensing that complacency and fatigue among troops in the Kashmir Valley could well have a cascading impact on the security scenario in the region, the Centre is now working on a comprehensive incentiv

Army to get incentives, out of turn promotions to kill terrorists

An Army soldier stands guard at Nowgam sector, Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo: AP)

Even though as of now also incentives are offered to the troops operating in terrorist and Naxal infested areas.

15 camps of terror move back into Pakistan

Pakistan has pulled deeper into its territory 15 main terror camps operating close to the Line of Control, fearing retaliation by India after terrorists killed 18 soldiers in north Kashmir’s Uri on Su

Pakistan moves 15 ‘terror camps’ back fearing Indian revenge for Uri attack

The Centre is closely monitoring the situation along the border and multiple agencies have been directed to collect all inputs

Pakistan troops have temporarily replaced about 200 militants who were waiting to infiltrate, intelligence agencies told MHA.

Focus on insider involvement in Uri attack

The national flag flies on a hill in Uri sector in Kashmir. (Photo: AP)

Initial investigation into the Uri attack on Sunday morning have revealed that the militants may have entered the Uri Army camp from different places as the outer perimeter wire was found cut at two d

Pakistan moves troops along LoC

Army men move towards militants during an encounter at Lachipora. (Photo: PTI)

Army, BSF asked to be on high vigil in Kashmir, Rajasthan

Centre direct security forces to put five-layer grid to stop infiltration

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Home Minister Rajnath Singh at a High Level Meeting in the wake of Uri terror attack.-PTI

The Centre has directed security forces to put in place a five-layer infiltration grid along the Line of Control and the International Border (IB) with Pakistan to identify and eliminate top commander

India steps up heat on Pakistan

Soldiers guard outside the army base which was attacked suspected militants in Uri. (Photo: PTI)

Under pressure to craft an “appropriate response” following one of the biggest terrorist attacks on the Indian Army in Uri on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday conferred with the security

Intelligence Bureau, RAW nod must for NGOs

Following the fiasco over the renewal of licence of controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s NGO under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), the home ministry plans to put in place a stringent mechan

‘J&K leaders on LeT, JeM hitlist’

Taking advantage of the prevailing fluid security situation in Kashmir Valley, militant groups — particularly the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and Jaish-e-Mo-hammed — are planning to target top ministers of the

The Aam Aadmi Party’s rise has been an extraordinary one and, judging by recent trends, its decline promises to be equally clear.

At the BJP national meet at Kozhikode, Kerala, on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke a week-long spell of war-drumming that had broken out after the Uri terrorist attack.