Kashmir Nepal Opinion Pakistan

Sudden withdrawal of 100 companies of Paramilitary forces in Kashmir raises uncomfortable questions

Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has reviewed the deployment of paramilitary in Jammu and Kashmir and has decided to withdraw 100 companies of various para-military forces from the region.   It includes withdrawing 40 companies of Central Reserve Police Force and 20 each of Border Security Forces, Central Industries Security Force and Sashastra Seema Bal Read More…

Indian Subcontinent

After 8 days AN32 airforce plane wreckage found but 13 Airforce status unaware

The wreckage of the AN-32 transport aircraft belonging to the Indian Air Force (IAF), which disappeared eight days ago with 13 Air Force persons on board, was sighted at an altitude of 12,000 feet in West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh by an Mi-17 helicopter on Tuesday afternoon.   Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh, IAF spokesperson Read More…

Legal Voice

Visually-impaired scientist & Businessman Hamid offers to donate Rs 110 crore for Pulwama attack martyrs

Mumbai based businessman and Visually-impaired scientist Murtaza A Hamid offers to donate Rs 110 crore for Pulwama attack martyrs   The major security lapses that took lives of 40 CRPF jawans as a vehicle-borne suicide bomber attacked a convoy of security personnel in Pulwama.   The 44-year-old Murtaza A Hamid, a Mumbai based businessman has Read More…

Indian Subcontinent North India Social

Intelligence input pre warned attack on CRPF convoy death toll increased to 49

The death toll from Thursday’s fidayeen (suicide) attack on a paramilitary CRPF convoy in Kashmir rose to 49 as four more seriously wounded paramilitary men succumbed to their injuries at army’s 92 base hospital Badamibagh Srinagar on Friday.   The attack took place along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway when a Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) suicide bomber rammed Read More…