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A file photo of Indian Army soldiers on a patrol near Dal Lake in Jammu & Kashmir | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Terror recruitment in Kashmir ‘very high’, Al Badr active again as Pakistan revives outfit

According to official statistics, 131 Kashmiri youngsters have joined terror groups this year as against 117 last year. Local recruitment figures stood at 214 in 2018 and 128 in 2017.
Security personnel at the site of the 14 February 2019 Pulwama attack, which killed 40 CRPF personnel | File photo | PTI

Be a suicide bomber — reward Jaish offered J&K man who identified Pulwama convoy as target 

Pakistan-based leadership of JeM wanted to reward Shakir Bashir as they were ‘impressed’ with the successful execution of Pulwama attack, audio notes accessed by NIA suggest. 

Afghanistan training, help from 12 Kashmiris, RDX from Pakistan — how Pulwama was ‘planned’

NIA charge sheet says Pulwama attack ‘brought on record all-out involvement of Pakistan-based entities to carry out terrorist strikes in India and to incite and provoke Kashmiri youth’.
Passport of WSJ journalist Daniel Pearl, who was beheaded by his captors in 2002, on display at the now-closed Newseum in Washington DC | Flickr

What Omar Saeed Sheikh’s acquittal in the Daniel Pearl beheading case mean for India

In episode 435 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta analyses the 47-year-old terrorist's life & his role in WSJ journalist Daniel Pearl's murder.
Masood Azhar

How the world, especially India, should read JeM’s celebration of US-Taliban peace deal

An article in Jaish-e-Mohammed journal ‘Medina Medina’ gives a sense of how the organisation is trying to survive. But its two crucial takeaways are in Indian context.
Indian Army personnel in Srinagar (file) | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

JeM’s self-styled Kashmir chief Qari Yasir among 3 terrorists killed in encounter

Qari Yasir was involved in last year's Pulwama attack which claimed 40 CRPF personnels.
A file photo of Indian Army soldiers on a patrol near Dal Lake in Jammu & Kashmir | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Pakistan-based Jaish plotting to kill 5 in Kashmir, including 2 security forces officers

Intelligence inputs say Jaish-e-Mohammed has been monitoring the 5 individuals since September, and terrorists held a meeting in December to discuss the plot.
US-based Islamic organisation ICNA

Not just JeM, Lashkar – this Islamic group in Louisiana & Michigan as dangerous for India

Far too few Indians know about ICNA, its network, the millions of dollars it has and its grip on media. Now, it has turned its attention to India.
An Indian Navy submarine | Indian Navy

Intel says Pakistani commandos have entered Gulf of Kutch, maritime forces put on alert

The advisory, which Coast Guard says is precautionary in nature, comes days after Navy chief cited inputs that Jaish is training underwater terror wing.
CRPF personnel stand guard in Srinagar

Suspected infiltration by Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists behind Kashmir security alert

Pakistan-based terrorists have made many attempts to sneak in during last 10 days & some may have managed to get into J&K, helped by terrain, weather.

On Camera

Muslim women walk with their children in Iraq (Representational image) | Commons

Globalisation of revenge

Nobody looks more ridiculous in the whole Iraq situation than the Europeans. A bit of their hypocrisy was on show in New Delhi.
A Reliance Industries Ltd. oil tanker truck.

Reliance Industries posts 15% profit drop as Covid hits oil demand

The company posted a net profit of Rs 9,567 crore in July-September compared with Rs 11,262 crore a year back.

Defence

File image of a BrahMos missile

India successfully test fires air-launched version of BrahMos missile from Sukhoi jet

The missile hit a sinking ship in the Bay of Bengal with accuracy, official sources said. It was fired after the Su-30 MKI aircraft travelled for over three hours.
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Trump or Biden? Doesn’t matter to India-US ties as they’re in a full, strategic embrace

Pompeo & Esper’s visit to India for the 2+2 talks is proof that old hypocrisies are history, and supreme national interest has again driven a strategic choice.