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Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist wanted for more than 50 killings shot dead

Srinagar: Top Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Abdul Qayoom Najar was killed on Tuesday in a gunbattle with security forces near the Line of Control (LoC)...

Security personnel in Kashmir thwart suicide attack, kill 3 militants

Security forces on Sunday killed three militants in an encounter in Kashmir's Uri, thus thwarting plans of the terrorists to carry out an attack like the one on an Army base in the same area last year, officials said.

Vicky Kaushal to play lead in ‘Uri’, film on Indian surgical strike

"Uri" will go on floor in early 2018 and will release in September 2018, two years after the surgical strike.

Army foils Pak’s BAT attacks, kills two militants

"Alert troops foiled a BAT attack on our patrol party in Uri sector today. Two BAT terrorists were killed in the operation," an army official said here.

Togadia urges govt to ‘carpet bomb’ Valley

Togadia, the international working president of VHP, urged the government to crack down on the militants who were "at war" with security forces.

NIA releases two Pak suspects having no link to Uri attack

On September 18 last year, four heavily armed militants had stormed the Uri army base camp in Jammu and Kashmir killing 19 soldiers and injuring few others.

Tearful adieu to constable killed in Tral encounter

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel on Sunday bid a tearful adieu to constable Manzoor Ahmad, who was killed during the assault against militants...

India to participate in Indus waters talks in Pakistan

New Delhi: The Indian Commissioner of the Permanent Indus Commission has accepted his Pakistani counterpart's invitation for talks on the Indus Waters Treaty scheduled...

Pak cinemas resume screening of Indian movies

Cinema owners across Pakistan have suffered about Rs 150 million loss and some 100 employees lost their jobs since the non-screening of Indian movies, FEA Chairman Zoraiz Lashari said.

Terror a weapon of weak, not brave nations: Rajnath

Addressing a gathering of families of martyrs in the border district of Kathua in Jammu, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said "Terrorism is a weapon used by the weak" -- referring to Pakistan.

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