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ISI doubts Hizb loyalty

After ex-RAW chief's revelations that Hizb-ul-Mujahideen chief Syed Salah-ud-Din sought favours from Indian intelligence agencies, Pakistani agencies are now banking on Lashker-e-Taiba to carry out terror activities in J&K. Sources told Deccan Herald that ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Salah-ud-Din condemns Sopore killings Kashmir Times, 2 months ago

The Hizb Statement conceals more than it reveals

IN recent months, Kashmir witnessed a spate of killings of civilians, all of them in the town of Sopore within a span of about a month. At that time, many speculations were made by people about who was behind these killings. The terror that these ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago

Grenades Galore: Tower Terror Comes to Capital

SRINAGAR: A day after Hizbul Mujahidin distanced itself from Lashkar-e-Islam outfit which was responsible for attacks on telecom towers in North Kashmir early this year, unknown militants struck in Srinagar on Friday targeting four places in quick ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago
World Bulletin

Telecoms companies attacked in Kashmir

World Bulletin / News Desk An apparent armedtargeting of telecoms companies in Indian-held Kashmir resumed on Friday when two showrooms in Kashmiri capital Srinagar were hit by grenade blasts. Indian police said two youth forced everyone out ...
 World Bulletin1 month ago

Hizbul Mujahideen expels top leader

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Leadership holds Najar responsible for mindless violence in Kashmir Militant organisation Hizbul Mujahideen on Thursday expelled one of its top commanders in Kashmir, holding him responsible for a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

BSF on high alert

Following a sudden rise in ceasefire violations by Pakistan, the Army and BSF units on Indo-Pak border have been asked to retaliate if the situation escalates while security forces were put on high alert in Jammu and Kashmir anticipating trouble ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

110 judicial officials shifted in major shake up

JAMMU, July 14 (JNF): In a major shake-up in judiciary, 110 judicial officers including 43 Sessions Judges, 42 CJMs/Sub-Judges and 25 Munsiffs were transferred while six newly promoted Sessions Judges and Sub-Judges are also adjusted. In a full ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago 43 Sessions Judges, 42 CJMs/Sub- Judges among 110 transferred  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
Daily Times

Inter-provincial gang of dacoits busted

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad police Special Investigation Unit (SIU) on Monday busted a gang of dacoits including Afghan nationals who earlier managed to escape on July 6, after a police encounter in the precincts of the Tarnol police, a police ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

Hurriyat-G terms Dulat's revelations as blatant lies

SRINAGAR, July 4: While terming the revelation of the former RAW chief A S Dulat about the Kashmiri leadership in his new book as a bundle of lies, Hurriyat Conference (G) said that to remain in news even after the retirement Dulat has written a ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago PDP Created by Indian Agencies: Hurriyat (g)  Kashmir Observer1 month ago

Lashkar-e-Islam: The new face of terror in Kashmir

An ultra-radical militant group has allegedly broken ranks with Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and turned against the supporters of hardline Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani in Sopore. Operating under the guise of Lashkar-e-Islam, according to police, the ...
 DNA2 months ago
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