Indian security forces
Burhan Wani episode helped avoid violence post Art 370 move
Assessment of security forces operating on the ground is that “no hasty” decision should be taken to ease restrictions on communication.
Curbs eased further, Net services hit in Jammu
J&K government spokesman Rohit Kansal confirmed clashes took places in Srinagar areas but blamed the incidents on “hooligans and miscreants”.
Forces deploy 1 million to guard Kashmir Valley
Army, paramilitary likely to remain in strength in Kashmir till UTs created, elections held.
Writing on wall ‘clear’ in Srinagar downtown
Locals say over last few days, forces personnel have cleared roads full of stones, which had been hurled from across streets and even rooftops.
ISIS claims territory in India for first time after clash in Kashmir
Islamic State claimed for the first time that it has established a 'province' in India, after a clash between militants and security forces.
J&K erupts over highway curbs
Omar Abdullah said that since there are no alternate routes the road closure will shut all the access to the Valley.
J&K: 2 Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militants killed in Tral firefight
The slain men have been identified by the police as Adfar Fayaz Parray and Irfan Ahmed Rather, both local residents.
J&K: Security Forces brace for summer unrest
The life span of militants has gone down to just 6-7 months now while nearly 33 per cent of new recruits already having been eliminated.
Four J&K dads write to Malala Yousafzai for sons’ justice
Yousafzai might not be aware that Mr Abdullah the then CM and also the head of unified headquarters of the security forces.
503 ceasefire violations by Pak this year; 150 terrorists killed
The desperation is manifested in the ceasefire violations bid, which has more than doubled till September end of this year.