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How credible is India’s response to threat from the sky in J & K? Pretty thin at present

The two bombs dropped at Indian Air Force (IAF) Station, Satwari, apparently by use of drones, have created a new headache for the security...

A giant step towards 2024; A mega leap in the history of Jammu and Kashmir

The government of India has ambitions plans for harnessing the hydropower potential available in Jammu and Kashmir. Presently, 3,504 MW of electricity is generated...

First Hafiz and now Lakhvi: A Pakistani smokescreen to hoodwink FATF

Mumbai was attacked by Lashkar e Taiba (LeT) terrorists on 26/11/2008 and 166 people had lost their lives then. The attack was masterminded by...

How I remember the day in Kashmir Valley when Benazir was killed

Long drives, travelling to far-off places, alone, with family and with select friends, was a passion for a long time. Countless trips from Jammu...

Alert: Indian armed forces are rushing to prepare for ‘intense’ two-front war

Media reports suggest that the Indian government has authorized the Indian armed forces to stock up ammunition, spares and other materiel for 15 days...

Has India planned a surgical strike on Pakistan? FM Qureshi thinks so

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday claimed that India was planning to launch a surgical strike on the country in order to...

November 25 is blackest of black day in Mirpur: When Hindus paid the price of not joining Pakistan

The attacks by tribal lashkars led by Pakistani soldiers on Jammu and Kashmir ruled by Maharaja Hari Singh began on October 22. A lot...

The hero we remember with gratitude for saving Poonch in 1947-48

In 1947-48 war with Pakistan, that raged in many parts of Jammu and Kashmir for months together, November 21, 1948, is a very important...

India blows up bunkers across the LoC; 7-8 Pak soldiers killed

Some 7-8 Pakistani soldiers are reported to have been killed after the Indian army rattled several bunkers and posts across the Line of Control...

Last speech now, and last dice then when Azad had turned tables on Sonia Gandhi

Ghulam Nabi Azad took over as Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir in November 2005. At a time when an earthquake had hit Uri...

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