Pakistan has been constantly violating the ceasefire in Jammu & Kashmir. People living in the border areas have been badly affected by the Pakistan shelling. Many have even lost their family members to the firing by the Pakistan Army . A local resident from Poonch said that Pakistani Army resorts to killing innocent people because they do not have the guts to face the Indian Army. He said Pakistan has been resorting to these tactics for many years now and added that he lost three people of his family to Pakistan shelling. Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violations along the Line of Control resorting to small arms firing and intense mortar shelling in Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch district on August 10. Earlier on August 9 also, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violations by small arms firing and shelling with mortars in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.The Indian Army has been giving a befitting response to provocations by the Pakistan Army and also helping the border residents. Watch this video for all the details.
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Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha hoisted the national flag on 74th Independence Day in Srinagar. Celebrations have been kept minimal this year in view of COVID spread. Sinha, former union minister, took oath of office as Lt Governor on August 07. "People responsible for partition had also attempted to create divisions here on the basis of religion. People here always dismissed their ideology. Rejecting the religious frenzy at the time of partition, people of JandK connected themselves to the sense of national spirit," said the Lt Governor.
Brigadier Vijay Mahadevan, Commander of 1 Sector Rashtriya Rifles, informed about the Tral encounter in which three terrorists were neutralised. "Yesterday evening, we received a specific intelligence input from Jammu and Kashmir Police about the presence of unidentified terrorists in the village Chiwa near Tral," informed Brigadier Vijay Mahadevan. "Today morning when terrorists tried to escape from a house they were neutralised in the gunfight. We attempted to induce their surrender but they refused. 3 terrorists were neutralised today morning. During this entire operation no civilians were injured or harm," the Brigadier added. The encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. Encounter took place at Chewa Ullar in Tral area of Awantipora on June 26.
One unidentified terrorist has been neutralized in Meej Pampore encounter so far. The encounter was broke in Awantipora city of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir. It started in the early hours of Thursday.
An encounter broke out at the Meej Pampore area of Awantipora city of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir. The encounter between security forces and terrorists has started in the early hours of Thursday. Further details are awaited.
With an aim to bring sports at grass-root levels and to nurture the young talent from far flung areas of Kashmir Valley Government of India has allocated Rs 4 crore each for construction of indoor sports stadiums in all the 22 districts of the Union territory. These stadiums would offer multi-utility sports facilities for the local youth to groom their talent. One such indoor sports stadium is being constructed at Tral area of Pulwama district of South Kashmir. The construction work is going on at full pace and will be completed soon. Construction work is being executed by engineering wing of sports council. Indoor stadiums will have facilities such as gymnasium, volleyball and badminton courts, and these projects have to be completed during the financial year 2019-2020. Local sportspersons appreciated this step taken by the Centre as it will help local talent to showcase their potential in the country and world stage.
A suspected IED (improvised explosive device) was found by security forces in JandK's Bandipora district on June 13. It consists of a small cylinder with timer near a bridge on River Erin in Bandipora...