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8 civilians injured in grenade attack in J&K’s Pulwama

"The grenade missed its target and exploded on the road.

Shopian ‘fake’ encounter: J-K Police files charge sheet against Army officer

Captain Bhupinder of 62 Rashtriya Rifles of the Army, Bilal Ahmad and Tabish Ahmad were named as accused in the charge sheet for their role in the alleged fake encounter killings of the youths hailing from Rajouri

Four civilians injured in grenade attack by militants in J-K’s Baramulla

The attack took place at Singhpora in Pattan area of the district, police said.

Army rescues 5 injured in accident on Jammu-Srinagar highway

A statement issued by the Defence PRO here said on Monday that the army rescued civilians on the National Highway 44 in the Ramban area of Jammu when a truck they were travelling in turned turtle.

Six civilians injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in J-K’s Poonch

"All civilians are hospitalised in Mandi Hospital of Poonch district," said top Border Security Force (BSF) sources.

No fresh ceasefire commitment from Karabakh warring sides

Azerbaijan and Armenia have been locked in a bitter conflict over Karabakh since Armenian separatists backed by Yerevan seized control of the mountainous province in a 1990s war that left 30,000 people dead.

58 civilians killed in Afghanistan from October 23 to 27

The UNAMA said that the anti-government elements are responsible for the majority of civilian casualties which stands at 58 per cent.

Three civilians killed in Pak ceasefire violation in Jammu and Kashmir

Police said three members of a family including father, mother and son were killed when their house was hit by a shell fired by Pakistan Army in Khari Karmara sector of the LoC in Poonch district on Friday evening.

Three civilians injured in Pak shelling on LoC in J&K’s Uri

Police sources said three civilians, including a woman, were injured in Pakistan shelling in Nambla village of Uri sector on Saturday.

Army considering proposal to allow civilians in force for 3 years

At present, the Army recruits young people under short service commission for an initial tenure of 10 years.

21 Rashtriya Rifles loses decorated officer fighting terrorists in Handwara

In its three decades of combating terrorism, the 21 Rashtriya Rifles Sunday lost only its second Commanding Officer on the line of duty

Hyderabad Police Commissioner says no lathis, book case instead

Yesterday two incidents at Golconda and Mirchowk have brought bad name to the city police. In both cases police have used Lathi to hit civilians.

Adilabad: Vegetable markets closed, fair prices shops opened

People from all walks of life voluntarily remained indoors in Adilabad, Mancherial, Nirmal and Kumram Bheem Asifabad districts. They were tensed over the outbreak of the disease.

Eight dead in Afghan airstrike amid US-Taliban peace efforts

"Unfortunately, eight civilians, including a child, were martyred during (the) operation against the Taliban," the provincial governor's spokesperson Attaullah Khogyanai told Efe news.

In Yemen, zoo animals face daily struggle

War has not only torn the human life but also put animals at risk while activists struggle to keep the creatures alive

Three soldiers and five civilians killed in two avalanches in J-K

Five soldiers were trapped under the avalanche. The Army launched rescue operations and traced four of the soldiers.

Protect rights of civilians: SHRC chairman Justice Chandraiah

Justice Chandraiah stress on 'each one-teach ten' as literacy plays an important role in protection of human rights

Iran sent messages to militias not to move against American targets: Pence

"We are dealing with a country that's been the leading state sponsor of terrorism for more than 20 years. And so we'll continue to be prepared."

Tourists to be welcomed back to Indian Kashmir: Governor Satya Pal Malik

Authorities in early August called for holiday-makers to leave "immediately" over "terror threats" to a major Hindu pilgrimage, sending thousands scrambling for places on planes and buses.

UN chief: World faces ‘unprecedented threat’ from terrorism

"When member states or regional organizations conflate terrorism with non-violent political dissent, they do a disservice not only to the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, but to our global effort to defeat terrorism."

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