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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to seek Rs 742.93 Crore central assistance from funding of women and childcare programmes in the state. The State Empowered Committee for Anganwadi services, which met here today with Chief Secretary, B V R Subrahmanyam in the chair, deliberated upon the Annual Plan Implementation...
Use of pellet shotguns continues to take a heavy toll on the people of Kashmir, with 363 persons sustaining injuries in their eyes due to use of the deadly metallic ammunition in 2018. According to the data compiled by the general specialty SMHS hospital in Srinagar, there hasn’t been a...
JAMMU:  In its endeavors to extend guidance to students, the School Education Department (SED) provided career guidance and counseling sessions to approximately 25,000 students of various government schools of Jammu division in the month of November and December. The sessions were conducted under the supervision of Secretary School Education Ajeet...
NEW DELHI: As many as 838 terrorists and 183 civilians were killed in Jammu and Kashmir since 2014, the Lok Sabha was informed Tuesday. Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said since 2014 till December 31 last year there were 1,213 incidents involving terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. "In...
New Delhi, January 2: Altogether 140 militants were killed by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir between June and December 2018 during which 426 stone pelting incidents were also reported in the state, Union minister Hansraj Ahir said on Wednesday. Replying to a written question in Rajya Sabha, he said...
In Jammu and Kashmir, over 250 terrorists were killed during counter-terror operations during last year. Security officials described year 2018 as a successful year against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a presser at Police Control Room in Srinagar to highlight achievements, Director General Police Dilbagh Singh said around 93 encounters with...
Srinagar: Youth including MBA to PHD Scholars were among the hundreds of militants killed in Kashmir this year. Dr. Manan wani, Dr. Mohammad Rafi and Dr. Sabzar were among the highly educated. This year saw the highest number of encounters and militant killings since last decade with over 250 militants...
Complete synergy between security forces and freedom of operation given to the services resulted in the neutralisation of 311 terrorists this year, former DGMO and 15 Corps Commander Lieutenant General Anil Bhatt said on Monday. Speaking to ANI after his troops foiled a Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) attack on Indian posts in the...
86 forces personnel killed include 44 cops too, figures reveal Operation All Out has not just given a major jolt to militants but also to forces also who have witnessed killing of 86 personnel, highest ever since 2007 of the 86 security men slain in the line of duty, 44...
Srinagar: Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai on Tuesday said that the government will provide all possible assistance to the tourism stakeholders in their efforts to project Kashmir as world’s top tourism destination. In an interactive session with tourists and tourism players here on the banks of Dal Lake, Ganai urged...