Two civilians injured in cross-LoC firing in Kupwara: Police

The situation in Ladakh’s strategic Galwan Valley where a face-off between Indian and Chinese troops on Monday night claimed many lives remains tense. Amid reports emanating from New Delhi that the government has given powers to the armed forces to make emergency procurements to stock up its war reserves in the wake of escalating conflict with China along the LAC, the Srinagar-Leh highway witnessed movement of huge military convoys on Wednesday. The police and other security forces had laid additional makeshift checkpoints on the stretch of the highway between Ganderbal town and Sonamarg resort. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK

China's actions in Ladakh part of large-scale military provocations against neighbours: US lawmaker

Representational Pic

Over 10,000 COVID-19 new cases reported in India; total tally now 3,43,091

Chinese foreign minister says situation along India-China LOC 'overall stable and controllable'; claims Beijing's stand on border issue is 'clear, consistent'

Pakistan responds to PM Modi's call to SAARC countries to fight Coronavirus

Indian students in Iran gaze skyward for flight home

28,529 being monitored for COVID-19: Minister to Parliament

Gazprom undersea pipeline to provide gas to Pakistan, India

India has asked countries to take action against 'Kashmir cells' set up by Pakistan at its missions

MHA refuses to share timeline of release of J&K detainees

Two civilians killed, 9 injured in Pak shelling along LoC in J-K's Poonch

Woman killed, 8 injured in Pak shelling along LoC in JK's Poonch