A terrorist was reportedly apprehended by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. A joint team of police and Army also uncovered a terror hideout in Reasi. The development occurred on March 5. Forces recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition from the terror lair. Soldiers were seen delicately extricating grenades and other explosives from a bag at the hideout. Watch the full video for more.
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Protests seen in Manipur's Kangpokpi over the kidnapping of a man named Tikaram Rizal. Protestors blocked the Imphal-Dimapur national highway after armed men claiming to be affiliated to the Kuki National Front allegedly kidnapped Rizal. While locals said they can't ascribe any cause, police said ransom seemed to be the main motive. Watch the full video for more.
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Terrorists attacked a police party in Baghat Barzulla area of district Srinagar on Feb 19. In this terror incident, 2 policemen got injured. They have been shifted to a hospital for treatment. Area has been cordoned off. Further details are awaited. Kashmir has witnessed two encounters in the last 24 hours which saw three LeT terrorists being neutralised in Shopian while an SPO laid his life during another encounter in Budgam.
Ahead of the famous Tulip festival, land preparations have commenced in Srinagar. After pandemic and followed lockdown, authorities aim to make the tulip show successful in the Kashmir Valley. Labourers have started sowing seeds and nurturing them. Tulip gardens have played a tremendous role in giving a boost to Jammu and Kashmir tourism. The Kashmir Valley is known as paradise of earth due to the natural beauty alpine, and dozens of attractive gardens, including tulip gardens which was been established in 2007.
The first women battalion of India's largest Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) unit, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was started in the year 1986. The 35th foundation day of this battalion was celebrated on February 06. Women officers are performing operational duty, signal, medical and other administrative duties in the battalion. They are deployed in sensitive regions such as Srinagar for counter-insurgency, Naxalite areas and static parts. The women battalion is also serving in Naxalite areas like- Bijapur and Dantewada. While speaking to ANI, the Commandant in CRPF's 88th women battalion, Neeraj Bala said, "Out of 1,200, 1,100 are women here for operational duty, signal, medical and other administrative duties." "They are deployed in sensitive regions such as Srinagar for counter-insurgency, Naxalite areas and static parts," she added. Speaking to ANI, the Deputy Commandant of CRPF's 88th Women Battalion, Krishna Ahlawat said, "I joined as a head constable in 1986. Faced family woes initially but they are proud of me now. Served in Naxalite areas like Bijapur and Dantewada, didn't face any problem because of my gender." "Women's induction in Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBra) unit is a positive step," she added.