CRPF-BSF turf war hots up

Srinagar • In the face of growing acts of violence by militants in Jammu and Kashmir, two Central para-military forces, the BSF and the CRPF, are working at cross purposes, which has caused serious concern…

Pak, local ultras locked in a clash of…

Jammu, June 27: FIVE jail inmates were injured inside the high security Kotbhalwal Central Jail here on Monday night, after the militants from Pakistan and Kashmir clashed with each other to establish their supremacy inside…

J&K madrasas under scanner

Jammu, June 27: Activities of 113 Islamic seminaries operating in Jammu and Kashmir without government aid are being monitored, given a spate in grenade attacks carried out by persons not listed as militants in security…

Professional colleges Bill anti-Hindu: RSS

KOTTAYAM: The two-day state delegates’ meet of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) which concluded at Ettumanur on Monday has described the Professional Colleges Bill introduced in the Assembly as totally anti-Hindu which may even openly…

Police to launch anti-drug enforcement drive

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State police will soon launch an enforcement and awareness programme to insulate educational institutions from the menace of narcotic drugs. Arun Kumar Sinha, Inspector-General of Police, South Zone, said the police would enlist…

Israel launches Gaza offensive

 Israeli troops and tanks have moved into southern Gaza  after diplomatic talks failed to secure the release of a soldier abducted by Palestinian fighters. An Israeli army spokesman confirmed the incursion that occured early on Wednesday…

Tamil Tiger 'regret' over Gandhi

Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels have expressed "regret" over the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi 15 years ago. Top rebel negotiator Anton Balasingham told private Indian channel NDTV that Mr Gandhi's killing…