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Security forces at the site of the encounter in Saimoh area

2 Jaish-e-Mohammed militants killed in encounter in J&K’s Pulwama

The identity of the local militants has not been revealed by police as a new policy during the Covid-19 lockdown.
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.
Police personnel block the road near the residences of former CMs Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti in Srinagar

J&K Police arrest Pulwama suicide attacker’s cousin, kill 3 ‘Jaish militants’ in encounter

J&K Police claim to foil terrorist strike, say the three Jaish militants entered the union territory through international border Friday.
Jaish militant Adil Gulzar

Jaish terrorist plotting assassination of 5 Kashmiris killed in encounter

Jaish terrorist Adil Gulzar was said to be targeting an SSP, a doctor with a paramilitary force, a journalist, a professor and a BJP spokesperson.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat | PTI

Pakistan rejects Army chief’s ‘baseless’ claims on Balakot terror camps

Pakistan said Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat claiming the terror camps had been reactivated was a desperate attempt to divert attention from Kashmir.
A security personnel stand guard near Lal Chowk in Srinagar (representational image) | S Irfan/PTI

Top Jaish-e-Mohammed commander & 1 other militant killed in Kashmir encounter

Munna Lahori, a Pakistani national, was responsible for a series of civilian killings in Kashmir, officials said.
Satellite imagery of Jabba top where IAF targeted Jaish-e-Mohammed camps in Pakistan's Balakot in February 2019 | Col. Vinayak Bhat (retd) | ThePrint

IAF’s Balakot strikes killed 130-170 Jaish terrorists, claims Italian journalist

Journalist & author Francesca Marino has claimed that a Pakistan Army unit arrived at the camp 2.5 hours after the strike to take the injured for treatment.
File photo of a man reading a newspaper in Karachi | Representational image | Asim Hafeez/Bloomberg

Pakistani media was quick to spin UN action on Masood Azhar as diplomatic win for Islamabad

Pakistan’s establishment will continue to play the double game on Kashmir and India-focused militancy.
Sushma Swaraj | Wu Hong-Pool/Getty Images

‘Not a scratch on Pakistani civilians, army’: Modi govt’s directive before Balakot strikes

Union minister Sushma Swaraj said no Pakistani soldier or civilian was killed in the February Balakot air strikes since the target was JeM.

Masood Azhar issue moving towards settlement, says China

China dismissed reports that it was served an ultimatum by US, UK and France and given an April 23 deadline to lift its technical hold on designating Masood Azhar a global terrorist.

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People standing in queue to buy groceries during coronavirus lockdown in Delhi's Bhajanpura | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

India kept improvising during coronavirus. Age of Pandemics needs a new public health law

An up-to-date legal framework will ensure there is no misuse of police power and human rights are protected. India can't tackle next pandemic with a 19th-century law.
Representational image of Union finance ministry | ANI

This is what Modi govt wants 3 loss-making insurance firms to do to turn profitable

The Modi govt has attached conditions for its capital infusion into OlCL, NICL and UIICL, focussing on profitability and improving customer service.


Representational image of an IAF MiG-29 | Photo: Wikipedia

IAF gets night-flying capability at Leh for MiG-29s, force sees it as a ‘game-changer’

The new capability will allow IAF to conduct full-spectrum operations at the LAC on short notice, given Leh’s proximity to it.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Uttar Pradesh is India’s broken heartland, break it into 4 or 5 states

Uttar Pradesh, our largest state by population and most powerful, is also the worst governed. A state with 1-in-6 Indians has no hope because of its size.