A Kashmiri Pandit was shot dead by terrorists in Choudry Gund area of Shopian district in south Kashmir on Saturday, officials said. The victim has been identified as Pooran Krishan Bhat. He was in the lawn of his home when unidentified terrorists fired at him. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he succumbed
Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday said that a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been constituted to investigate the targeted killing of a Kashmiri Pandit in Shopian.
Kashmiri pandit shot dead, brother injured in terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district
SRINAGAR: The valley continued to simmer as protests against the killing of Rahul Bhat, a Kashmiri Pandit government employee, went on for the third consecutive day in Kashmir. Such was the intensity of this unprecedented protest that the authorities have to lock transit camps for Kashmiri Pandits in the valley to restrict the community from
SRINAGAR: Police on Friday said that two terrorists who were involved in the killing of Rahul Bhat at Chadoora were gunned down by the security forces in the Bandipora district of north Kashmir. Rahul Bhat, a Kashmiri Pandit who worked in the tehsil office, was gunned down by terrorists in Kashmir’s Budgam district on Thursday.
JAMMU/SRINAGAR: Emotions ran high as slogans of “Rahul Bhat amar rahe” (Long Live to Rahul Bhat) and “Pakistan Murdabad” (Death to Pakistan) reverberated as the last rites of slain Kashmiri Pandit Rahul Bhat were performed in Jammu on Friday. Bhat was killed by terrorists inside the tehsil office in Chadoora, Budgam in central Kashmir on
SHEIKHPORA (BUDGAM): “Har Ghar Rahul Nikli Ga” (There will be a Rahul from every home). For ages, a large part of Kashmir valley was abuzz with slogans against India and the Indian army. On Thursday, Kashmir was once again abuzz with the slogan. But it is a slogan of a different kind as hundreds of
SRINAGAR: Kashmir has witnessed a surge in terrorist attacks in recent weeks, with non-locals and panchayat representatives emerging as the new target of Pakistan-backed terror outfits even as a widespread crackdown by security forces has left 44 terrorists dead in the Valley since early January. The fresh wave of killings by terrorists appears to be
SRINAGAR: The killing of a CRPF jawan and injuries to four others including a Kashmiri Pandit in separate terror attacks have been widely condemned by civil society, politicians, and trade bodies in the Valley, with many of them slamming Pakistan for unleashing violence during the holy month of Ramzan. On Monday, a CRPF jawan was