Kathua gangrape: Sania Mirza slams Twitter user for questioning her nationalism... indianexpress.com
Sania Mirza lashed out at a Twitter user on Thursday after he questioned her nationality following her post on Kathua girl's gruesome gangrape and murder.
The rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl has exposed fault lines in the restive region.
The eight-year-old girl allegedly raped by six men, who had held her in captivity in a small village temple in Kathua district for a week in January, was kept sedated and sexually assaulted once again before she was bludgeoned to death, reveals the chargesheet in the case.
Pakistani troops initiated indiscriminate mortar shelling, automatic and small arms fire from 5.15 pm on Monday. The Indian army retaliated, a defence spokesperson said.
Maleeha Lodhi repeated her stance that a "peaceful settlement" of the Kashmir issue in accordance with relevant UN Security Council resolutions is a "pre-requisite for lasting peace and stability" in South Asia.
Vacation Turned Fatal : BSF constable dragged out of home and shot dead by terrorists in North Kashmir newsreporter.in
A young, unarmed jawan of the Border Security Force was shot dead by terrorists on Wednesday evening when he and his family resisted their attempt to kidnap him. The terrorists opened fire at his family too, injuring four of them including a woman relative. Constable Mohammad Ramzan Parray, 31, died on the spot.
The BSF constable was deployed with the border-guarding force's 73rd battalion and had come home in Bandipora district on a vacation a few days earlier. Md Ramzan had joined the force, which is primarily deployed along India's border with Pakistan and Bangladesh, six years ago.
Many feared dead in the heavy rains and cloudburst that reported last night in Jammu and Kashmir, Doda district.
Many mud houses were collapsed due to the heavy rain and landslide. Three of the same family were killed. Several were feared trapped in the landslide.
Padgampora Encounter: Gunbattle In Kashmir's Pulwama, Terrorists Reportedly Hiding In House newsreporter.in
Security forces are fighting a group of terrorists hiding in a house in Padgampora in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, officials said today.
Troops launched an anti-terror operation after being tipped off about the presence of terrorists in the area early this morning.
Srinagar: At least nine security personnel, including five Army jawans, have been injured in an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district. A terrorist was also killed in the gunbattle. The injured soldiers have been airlifted to an Army hospital in Srinagar; the condition of some soldiers is said to be critical.
Officials say that the gunbattle between the security forces and terrorists is still on, and the number of injured security personnel could be more than nine.