Custody of four Udhampur attack accused extended

A Jammu court on Wednesday extended the judicial custody of the four people accused in the Udhampur terror attack by 11 days.

Indian Army captain dies in Siachen avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir

Siachen is regarded as the world's highest battlefield where the Indian and Pakistan Army face each other in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation.

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Who was Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Abu Qasim?
Who was Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Abu Qasim?

LeT commander Abu Qasim was active in the state for the last six years and was the most wanted militant commander in Jammu and Kashmir.

Army celebrates 68th Infantry Day

To honour the supreme sacrifice of the infantry in fighting the Pakistani raiders in Jammu and Kashmir in 1947, the Indian Army on Tuesday celebrated its 68th Infantry Day with traditional solemnity and gaiety all across the Northern Command.

Normalcy returns in Kashmir after three days

Life returned to normal in all parts of Kashmir after three days of curfew-like restrictions in some parts of the city.

14 killed in road mishap in Udhampur, govt announces ex-gratia

At least 14 persons were killed and 17 others injured when a speeding overcrowded mini bus skidded off the road in the Ramnagar area of Udhampur district.

14 killed, 30 injured as vehicle falls into gorge near J&K's Udhampur

 At least 14 persons were killed and 30 others injured, 10 of them seriously, when a vehicle fell into a deep gorge in the Ramnagar area of the district, early morning.

Funeral of trucker held in native village in J&K amid tight security

The truck conductor who died of severe burn injuries sustained in Udhampur petrol bomb attack was today laid to rest with residents of Batengoo, his native village in South Kashmir, taking his body in a procession amid tight security.

Violence as truck attack victim dies; Kashmir bandh called

Violence raged in parts of the Kashmir Valley on Sunday after a victim of the October 9 fire-bomb attack on a truck in Udhampur died in Delhi.

7 arrested, 5 booked under PSA for attack on truck in J&K's Udhampur district

Seven persons have been arrested and five of them booked under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) for allegedly attacking a truck in Udhampur recently whose conductor died of injuries today, Director Jammu and Kashmir DGP K Rajendra Kumar said on Sunday.

No fresh attack on Kashmir-bound vehicles: Deputy Commissioner of Udhampur

Deputy Commissioner of Udhampur in J&K has dismissed rumours of any fresh incident of attack on Kashmir-bound vehicles along the National Highway and said that elaborate security arrangements are in place to vitiate peaceful atmosphere in the district.

Clashes in Kashmir over Udhampur truck attack

Clashes erupted in parts of Srinagar on Monday over an attack on a truck in Udhampur, as a shutdown called by the separatists affected life across the Kashmir Valley.

Army intensifies patrolling along Jammu-Srinagar highway

Following Friday's attack on a Kashmir Valley-bound truck in Udhampur, the Indian Army on Sunday intensified patrolling along the Jammu-Srinagar highway to keep anti-social elements at bay.

Cow slaughter row: Rumour mongers will be booked under PSA, says DC

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday 'warned' to book those involved in spreading rumours under Public Safety Act (PSA), following recovery of carcass of a cow and attack on a Kashmir-bound truck in Udhampur.