IndiaCatalog.com
India News
Search Web Directory
News Home
Two terrorists killed, soldier martyred in encounter in north Kashmir's Bandipora
Posted on 14th June 2018
After days of combing, the Army finally managed to neutralise two terrorists deep inside the jungles of Panar in north Kashmir's Bandipora district. A soldier was also martyred in the encounter.

The operations started on June 9 when troops were attacked by the terrorists in the forest area. The area was immediately cordoned and operation to flush out the terrorists was launched.

Since the area was huge with dense forests, the attackers managed to change locations to avoid contact with forces. However, army plugged all entry and exit routes to prevent their escape.

Sources said there were multiple contacts (gun fights) with terrorists in all these days. However, after days, troops achieved success on Thursday when they neutralised two terrorists. However, the army lost one of its soldiers,

"Two terrorists killed and one army soldier martyred in the ongoing operation in Panar forests", said Colonel Rajesh Kalia, defence spokesman at Srinagar.

The killing has come on the day when crucial security review meeting is to be held in New Delhi to take a decision whether to extend the Ramzan ceasefire beyond Eid.

Director General of Police, Jammu and Kashmir, Dr Shesh Paul Vaid will represent the state in the meeting.

“There were many terrorist incidents particularly grenade attacks. Two of our cops were killed yesterday. But other parameters have shown an improvement. Stone pelting, killing of civilians and killing of security force personnel has decreased. We will give our inputs. Let us see”, Dr Vaid told DNA.

Figures reveal that since Ramzan ceasefire on May 17, there have been 53 militancy related incidents across Kashmir, in which 33 people including 24 terrorists, four civilians and five security men were killed.

Of the total terrorists, 22 were killed near the Line of Control (LOC). The slain terrorists were either newly infiltrated or were trying to infiltrate from the other side of the LoC. Since the ceasefire is not applicable to the counter infiltration grid, therefore army carried out its operation against the infiltrators on the LoC.

Terrorists have carried 18 grenade incidents since the ceasefire in which 46 people including 17 security men were injured. Terrorists have looted two banks and snatched six rifles from the cops besides carrying out series of standoff attacks targeting the security forces.

On June 7, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a security review meeting in which Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti strongly advocated the extension of the Ramzan ceasefire.

Other Latest News
SEBI COMES OUT WITH LIST OF 1,677 DEFAULTERS
Posted on 14th August 2018
As many as 1,677 entities, including individuals, failed to pay penalties imposed by Sebi till the end of May, according to the regulator.

The list of defaulters as on May 31, 2018 "for non-payment of penalty imposed by Sebi through orders passed up to December 31, 2017" has been published on the regulator's website on Monday.


SBI shares continue to fall; down over 3 per cent
Posted on 14th August 2018
New Delhi: Shares of State Bank of India continued to fall for the second straight session on Monday, dropping over 3 per cent after the lender reported a hefty loss of Rs 4,876 crore for the June quarter.

The stock went down 3.17 per cent to end at Rs 294.80 on BSE. Intra-day, it slumped 4.15 per cent to Rs 291.80. At NSE, shares of the company fell 2.54 per cent to close at Rs 296.70.


Bitcoin slips below $6,000 to lowest since June as almost every other crypto nosedives
Posted on 14th August 2018
Bitcoin dropped below $6,000 and dozens of smaller digital tokens tumbled as this month’s selloff in cryptocurrencies showed few signs of letting up. The largest digital currency fell as much as 6.2 percent to $5,887 as of 10:44 a.m. in Hong Kong, the lowest level since June, according to Bloomberg composite pricing. Ether sank 12 percent, while all but one of the 100 biggest cryptocurrencies tracked by Coinmarketcap.com recorded declines over the past 24 hours.

Debit cards: Paytm rules the roost in the virtual world but lags in real life
Posted on 14th August 2018
Given how every depositor gets a digital debit card, Paytm Payments Bank has in less than a year of its launch notched up a large outstanding debit card user base.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) data show the mobile wallet-to-payments bank entity had 39.12 million outstanding debit cards at the end of May.


Air India says yet to receive equity infusion from government
Posted on 14th August 2018
National carrier Air India on Monday said it is yet to receive the equity infusion from the government to meet its working capital requirements after an airline’s pilots’ body claimed grounding of several aircraft due to lack of funds.

“There is no money for spares and maintenance of these aircraft. Some of them have been grounded for the last three months.


» Post a FREE Classified Advertisement
Inviting Real Estate Agents, Job Placements Agents, Educational Institutes, Software Service Providers, Real Estate Builders, Marriage Bureaus, Travel Agents, Restaurant Owners, Health & Fitness Centers and other Local Businesses to Post a FREE Classified Advertisement on Cootera.com Classifieds Website.
Jobs in India India Real Estate Automobiles Matrimonials Beauty & Fitness

Add a comment for Two terrorists killed, soldier martyred in encounter in north Kashmir's Bandipora
Please only use this form to enter comments on the above company. All comments are reviewed before they are displayed on the web site. Not all comments may be displayed. Check back with us to see if your comments have been displayed.
If you want us to email the comments posted by users, please Subscribe by email
Name*
Comments*
Security Code*
 

Be the first person to write a business review for Two terrorists killed, soldier martyred in encounter in north Kashmir's Bandipora

Most Read News

PNB to raise Rs 8,600 crore through asset sale in FY19

Concor ropes in TCS to strengthen mobile app for reverse auction

Bank of Baroda to sell 4% stake in CCIL for Rs 124 cr

5G launch in India: Modi government to roll-out high-speed 5G telecom services by 2022

Nifty midcap continues to rise for 12th session in a row, gains 7.3%

More India News

  India Web Directory
Business Profiles
Automotive Directory
IT/ITES/BPO Directory
Hotel Directory
Health Directory
Business Directory
Gems & Jewellery
Education Directory
Real Estate Directory
Agriculture Directory
Logistics Directory
Yellow Pages
NRI Guide
Photo Galleries
Global Web Directory
*** FREE India Classifieds
Order Premium Listings
Submit a Site
Business Reviews
Home
About us
Link to us
Advertise
Contact us
Google Search Keywords: India Catalog, IndiaCatalog, India Web Directory
    © 1999 - 2018 IndiaCatalog.com
    All Rights Reserved
Privacy Statement