Jammu and Kashmir: Militant arrested with arms and ammunition in Sopore
Srinagar: Security forces on Wednesday arrested active militant and recovered arms and ammunition from him in Sopore Township of north Kashmir, officials said.
NIA raids multiple locations across country against gangster-terror link
New Delhi/UNI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at multiple places across the country against suspect gangster-terror links, sources said.
Jammu and Kashmir: Police bust AGuH module in Sopore
Srinagar: Security forces busted a module of radical Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGuH) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore sub-district, Police said on Monday.
India to voluntarily contribute to UN Trust Fund for combating terror
New Delhi/UNI: India will make a voluntary contribution of half a million US dollars in the UN Trust Fund for Counter Terrorism this year, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar announced here Saturday.
ISIS level Islamic terror was unleashed on Kashmiri Hindus 30 yrs back: Sunanda Vashisht at US human rights hearing
Washington/IBNS: Even as Kashmir continued to draw attention globally following the abrogation of Article 370, voices reminding the horror unleashed by Islamic terrorism three decades ago continued to counter the groups that targetted the present Indian government for doing away with the special status of the troubled region.
Jammu and Kashmir: Militant hideout busted in north Kashmir's Sopore
Srinagar, Nov 4 (UNI) Security forces have busted a militant hideout and recovered huge quantity of incriminating material in the apple township of Sopore in north Kashmir district of Baramulla.
Pakistan labels banned terror outfits 'high risk'
Islamabad, Mar 9 (UNI): Amid mounting pressure from the international fraternity, Pakistan on Saturday decided to label the proscribed organisations in the ‘high risk’ category to comply with the requirement of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
Pulwama attack: Pakistan denies link, China's stand unchanged on Jaish mastermind Masood Azhar
Beijing/Islamabad/New Delhi, Feb 15 (IBNS): As India mourned and fumed over the martyrdom of 40 paramilitary personnel in a terror attack in Kashmir a day ago, Pakistan shrugged off its responsibility denying its link with the suicide bombing on Thursday while its close ally China condemned the incident but kept its stand unchanged on Pakistan-sheltered terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed and its chief Masood Azhar.
In London PM Modi condemns sexual assault of women, asks people not to politicise such incidents
London, Apr 19 (IBNS) : Breaking his silence on the series of crimes against women, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday condemned such acts and advised the people not to politicise rape, reports said.
Afghanistan: Taliban infiltrator kills at least 11 policemen
Kabul, Feb 28 (IBNS): At least 11 policemen were killed by a Taliban infiltrator in the country's Helmand district, local Khaama Press reported.