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Situation in Kashmir has not gone out of control: Jitendra

Situation in Kashmir has not gone out of control: Jitendra

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 17 Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Saturday said the terrorists are adopting different strategies as they are “on the run”following the killing of their cadres in Kashmir and expressed confidence that security agencies are capable of dealing with then.”No..Not at all..Certainly not”, Singh told reporters in reply to a question

India-Pak Final Match : Special officers of police, admn deployed to maintain law and order problem

Newspoint BureauNewspoint BureauJammu Tawi, June 17Jammu and Kashmir Government today ordered deployment of special officers here as preventive measure ahead of India-Pakistan clash in the final of the Champions Trophy be played tomorrow at Oval in London.”Special police have been deployed officers besides the administrative officers to prevent law and order problem in the city

Dialogue only way ahead; muzzling of dissent, choking of democracy led to crisis, bloodshed in JK: Mehbooba

Newspoint BureauNewspoint Bureau Srinagar, June 17 Reiterating her stand that dialogue is the only way forward to get the State out of the web of uncertainties, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti said the roots of the present situation lay in the fact that democracy in the past was not allowed to flourish and dissent was throttled.Speaking on the

Soldier martyred in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Nowshera sector

Newspoint Bureau Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked firing on Indian Army posts in Nowshera sector at around 0515h today. Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively. In the fire exchange, Naik Bakhtawar Singh was grievously injured and succumbed to his injuries while being evacuated to the Military Hospital. Naik Bakhtawar Singh, aged 34 years, belonged to Village Hajipur,

All arrangements in place for a smooth Amarnath Yatra: CRPF DG

Newspoint BureauNewspoint BureauSrinagar, June 16All necessary security arrangements have been put in place to ensure a smooth conduct of the annual Amarnath Yatra which commences on June 29, Director General, CRPF, Rajiv R Bhatnagar, said today.He said whatever additional paramilitary personnel were required have been brought in and “all the arrangements have been done” for