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After MNC puts Kashmir employees on notice, government helps them
India

After MNC puts Kashmir employees on notice, government helps them

The clampdown in Jammu and Kashmir has thrown normal life out of gear. With little connectivity, the lockdown has also affected several businesses.
Not a single incident of violence; situation normal: J&K DGP
India

Not a single incident of violence; situation normal: J&K DGP

Denying media reports of firing incidents in Jammu & Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370, J&K DGP Dilbag Singh said the situation is normal.
IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman declared fit, to resume flying soon
India

IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman declared fit, to resume flying soon

Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was captured by the Pakistan Army in February, is set to resume flying soon.
Students vacate #NITSrinagar after advisory; but district-administration denies ordering closure
India

Students vacate #NITSrinagar after advisory; but district-administration denies ordering closure

A day after tourists and Amarnath pilgrims were asked to leave Kashmir in wake of terror threat, evacuation of NIT Srinagar's non-Kashmiri students sparked a controversy on Saturday.
Amit Shah to visit Kashmir; security, development on his mind
Politics

Amit Shah to visit Kashmir; security, development on his mind

Home Minister Amit Shah will start his two-day trip to Kashmir on Wednesday, and is expected to discuss a slew of topics, including security and development.
Pulwama: Terrorists barge into house, kill woman, injure youth
India

Pulwama: Terrorists barge into house, kill woman, injure youth

A woman was killed and another youth was injured in Kashmir's Pulwama on Wednesday after terrorists opened fire.
Abhinandan Varthaman, on sick leave, chooses to stay with squadron
India

Abhinandan Varthaman, on sick leave, chooses to stay with squadron

Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who is on a four-week sick leave, has reportedly returned to his squadron in Jammu & Kashmir's Srinagar.
JeM carried out terror-strikes under its 'holy war against India'
India

JeM carried out terror-strikes under its 'holy war against India'

Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed's audacious terrorist strikes, part of its 'Ghazwa-e-Hind' (Holy War Against India), have turned it into one of the most deadly terror groups and brought India and Pakistan on the brink of war twice in two decades, officials said.
Indo-Pak tension: Government withdraws order, operations in eight airports resume
India

Indo-Pak tension: Government withdraws order, operations in eight airports resume

Hours after the government ordered to shut operations in eight airports of Northern India, the directive was withdrawn.

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