SRINAGAR: Two terrorists escaped during a counter-insurgency operation in Pattan area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district when stone pelters disrupted the encounter on Friday morning. Security forces had to retreat and call-off the operation after terrorist sympathisers clashed with them.After receiving intelligence inputs about the presence of two terrorists in Tantary Mohalla of Palhalan village, security forces cordoned the region around 5am and launched a search operation.
SRINAGAR: A 30-year-old Russian skier was killed and four others rescued after an avalanche struck a ski resort in Gulmarg , the popular tourist destination in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Friday.The deceased was identified as Stanis Dav. He and four others — all Russian nationals — were skiing near Apharwat peak in Hapat Khud area, when they came under the avalanche, said divisional commissioner Basheer Ahmad .
SRINAGAR: In a strong rebuke to protestors demanding the release of the special police officer (SPO) arrested for allegedly raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl in Kathua district last month, chief minister Mehbooba Mufti called the act a “desecration”.“Appalled by the marches & protests in defense of the recently apprehended rapist in Kathua. Also horrified by their use of our national flag in these demonstrations, this is nothing short of desecration.
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Selecting a term
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