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JAMMU: Police today sounded a “red alert” and asked border dwellers to move out of their areas as the situation is “sensitive” in wake of continuous shelling by Pakistan troops. “The administration has sounded a red alert across the area …

JAMMU: Government today said passport applications of former local militants for performing Haj and other religious obligations would be considered for clearance only after proper verification. “The passport case of an applicant, who has been a local trained militant but …

JAMMU: A 22-year-old special police officer (SPO) fled with his service rifle in Kishtwar district, prompting a man hunt to trace him, a senior police official said. Mohammad Yaseen, posted at the Marwah police station, was missing with an AK-47 …

JAMMU: Government today said elaborate arrangements have been made to deal with the situation arising after the intense firing by Pakistan along the borders over the past few days. In different cross-border firing incidents along the Line of Control (LoC) …

JAMMU: Advocating for restarting the peace process between India and Pakistan and end border skirmishes, the Jammu and Kashmir Government said today the hostility between the two nations has a direct bearing on the people of the State. “We want …

JAMMU: Twenty-six people were today injured after their vehicle turned turtle in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir, the police said. The vehicle, a matador, was on its way to Majalta, they said. In the accident, 26 passengers were injured, …

JAMMU: Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh today joined senior BSF officers at a wreath laying ceremony here to bid farewell to a border guard who lost his life in Pakistani firing in Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir yesterday. The …

JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir Government today said 30 people were killed and 253 others injured in attacks by wild animals in the state over the past two years. Quoting a census conducted in March last year, the government said …

JAMMU: Entire opposition members from National Conference and Congress on Saturday rocked Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly on the issue of ceasefire violation along international border and the Line of Control blaming BJP for its “failure” in safeguarding lives of …

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