The two CRPF jawans killed were identified as assistant sub-inspector Meena and constable Sandeep.
Despite terror attacks and natural calamities, the yatra in Kashmir continues to draw lakhs of devotees every year.
The commandant who took nine bullets in an encounter, known as Cheetah, says 70 per cent of Kashmiris are pro-India and that it is possible to win the hearts of Kashmiris.
With rising violence in J&K an old trend emerges, locally recruited security personnel take the brunt
While it is not established whether the attack on soldiers from Kashmir was intentional, militants have targeted local security men in the past.
Army confirms militants were ‘foreigners’ and says the security forces first asked them to surrender, but killed the militants when fired upon.
Khawaja Asif’s comments do not portend a paradigm shift in Pakistan. He may believe it to be true but it risks inflaming the already tenuous ties with the military
JuD’s decision to form a political party is intriguing as its literature and rhetoric in the past has rejected Western democracy.
There is no evidence that Hafiz Saeed’s political party would do any better than the many Islamic parties which have been losing elections for years in Pakistan. Rahimullah Yusufzai
The stated aims of the Lashkar-e-Taiba's political party Milli Muslim League, with the presence of nuclear weapons in Pakistan, should alarm Indians and the world. Tufail Ahmad
Hafiz Saeed’s move to launch Milli Muslim League Pakistan shows being the ‘friendly terrorist’ for the deep state is no longer enough