All stories by Anil Bhatt
Thousands bid tearful farewell to Flight Lieutenant Advitiya BalRediff.com30 Jul 2022
Slogans for his long afterlife rented the air, as coffin of Flight Lieutenant Advitiya Bal arrived at his home in Jinder Mehlu hamlet of border belt of R S Pura, where thousands of people gathered to pay their last respects to the fighter pilot.
Transfer requests unheeded: Slain Kashmiri teacher's husband blames govtRediff.com1 Jun 2022
Bala and Kumar were transferred to another school in a safer area only on Monday night. Tuesday was supposed to be the last day for Bala at her old school.
'He was killed by Kashmir terrorists because he was Hindu'Rediff.com19 May 2022
"It is not a crime to be a Hindu. It is not their (Islamic) State."
Killings of KPs meant to keep terrorism in J-K alive: Army commanderRediff.com16 May 2022
Northern Army commander Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi on Monday said the targeted killings of Kashmiri Pandits and non-local labourers by militants was to keep terrorism alive in Kashmir.
J-K cops to get firepower boost with induction of corner shot weapon systemRediff.com9 May 2022
It facilitates shooting around corners and over the top of walls, without exposing the person using the pistol, they said.
200 terrorists ready to be launched into J-K: Northern Army commanderRediff.com6 May 2022
The ceasefire along Indo-Pak border is working 'well' since February 2021 agreement, he asserted.
High standard of operational readiness must along LAC: Top Army officerRediff.com4 May 2022
Lt Gen Dwivedi, who was referring to the clash between the Indian soldiers and Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in June 2020, also said that PLA's aggression in eastern Ladakh was met with "swift mobilisation and appropriate force posturing".
PM inaugurates India's first 'carbon neutral panchayat' in JammuRediff.com24 Apr 2022
The prime minister said that Palli has shown the way to the country for achieving carbon neutral state.
Indian Army snipers' gets new weapon: Sako TRG-42 riflesRediff.com28 Mar 2022
The Sako .338 TRG-42 sniper rifles have a better range, firepower, and telescopic sights than those possessed by the adversary, the official said.
'Not paradise, it's hell': Migrants won't return to Kashmir againRediff.com19 Oct 2021
Thousands of labourers, mostly Hindus and some Muslims, from different states arrived at railway stations and bus stands in Jammu and Udhampur after leaving the Valley.
India-Pak agreement: J-K border residents hope for lasting peaceRediff.com26 Feb 2021
The announcement by India and Pakistan to strictly observe all agreements on ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and other sectors has rekindled hope for a peaceful future among border residents in Jammu and Kashmir who have been living under constant fear of firing and shelling.
400 terrorists in launch pads across LoC waiting to infiltrate: OfficialsRediff.com6 Jan 2021
A top police official said that Pakistan is trying to infiltrate terrorists along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir even during the winters when most of the passes and mountainous areas along the border are covered in heavy snow.
'Last wish fulfilled': Pak refugees on voting for first timeRediff.com5 Dec 2020
Till August 5 last year, except for parliamentary elections, these refugees were barred from voting in Jammu and Kashmir's assembly, panchayat and urban local body polls.
Valmikis of Jammu win 63-yr-long battle for domicileRediff.com31 Jul 2020
The revocation of provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution has given a new lease of life to over 3,000 Valmiki community members who live on the land that was allocated to their ancestors when they shifted to Jammu from Punjab's Gurdaspur district on invitation of the erstwhile state government in 1957.
West Pakistan refugees in Jammu get domicile certificatesRediff.com30 Jul 2020
A divisional level officer said that over 1,900 domicile certificates have been granted to West Pakistan refugees and the process to grant all of them citizenship certificates is going on.
Pak has formed new terror outfits with LeT, JeM cadres: J-K DGPRediff.com22 May 2020
Pakistan has launched new terror outfits staffed by cadres of the dreaded Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed under 'local names' to mislead the world that it has nothing to do with the terrorism prevalent in Jammu and Kashmir, Director General of Police (DGP) of the union territory Dilbag Singh said.
PoK terror camps hit by Covid, Kashmiri trainees may die: J-K DGPRediff.com20 May 2020
The revelation has come as intelligence agencies, too, say Pakistan is pushing terrorists infected with COVID-19 into Kashmir.
50 terrorists killed in J-K in 2020; 18 during lockdownRediff.com24 Apr 2020
As many as 160 terrorists were killed and 102 arrested in Jammu and Kashmir in 2019.
Border residents hit by double whammy of COVID-19, Pak shellingRediff.com15 Apr 2020
'We are caught between the devil and the deep blue sea'
Over 3,200 ceasefire violations by Pak in 2019, highest in 16 yrsRediff.com4 Jan 2020
Shelling and firing by Pakistani troops was "very heavy" in 2019, virtually making the 2003 India-Pakistan border truce "redundant", officials said.