'JK returning to normalcy'
New Delhi, Mar 30: The Centre has said that all parameters of proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir were at an all time low and the current situation indicated a shift towards normalcy and peace, reveals the defence ministry’s latest report.
“The ceasefire on the borders and line of control is holding out with a few minor aberrations,” said the report released Monday evening.
The report said despite improvement in security situation in the state, infiltration attempts continued.
“33 infiltration bids were foiled with 50 militants killed in the process,” it added.
“The continued infiltrations across LoC and the existence of terrorist camps across the India-Pak border however, demonstrate the continuing ambivalence of Pakistan in its actions against the organisations.”
“Pakistan needs to take effective steps to address India’s concern on terrorism directed against it from the territory under Pakistan control,” the report added.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 30 Mar 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 30 Mar 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 31 Mar 2010 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM SOUTH ASIA
WAMIQ FAROOQ KILLING
Srinagar, Mar 30: A local court here on Tuesday recorded the statement of Farooq Ahmad Wani, father of Wamiq Farooq-who died after being hit by police teargas shell on January 31. Farooq Ahmad Wani More
- Srinagar City
Testing latest technology to tame Algal blooms
ARIF SHAFI WANI
DAL RESTORATIONSrinagar, Mar 30: In a bid to check blooming of harmful Algal blooms, a cause of Dal lake’s deterioration, the authorities have started experiments using the latest electronic gadgets. & More
Dissatisfied with Minister’s reply, members stage walkout
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 30: The opposition members from BJP and the National Panthers Party Tuesday staged walk out from the Legislative Assembly to express their dissatisfaction with the recently announced employment More
- South Asia
New Delhi, Mar 30: The Centre has said that all parameters of proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir were at an all time low and the current situation indicated a shift towards normalcy and peace, reveals the More
- GK Business
* ‘It will divest Valley-based pharmaceutical units of their business’ * ‘Will discourage investments in health sector’Srinagar, Mar 30: Government’s new proposed drug policy has come in More
Geneva, Mar 30: The world's largest atom smasher has set a record for high-energy collisions by crashing two proton beams at three times more force than ever before in their attempt to create mini-versions More