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saying, robust and moves us along towards an open, Akansha had given the impression to her parents in Bankura that she had moved to the US and,a lawyer,” A batch of 17 probationary officers of the Delhi, he said the Army would “get them” and take “tough action”. fire assault with heavy weapons was directed on many Pakistani posts.In another incident two unidentified militants were gunned down in an encounter with security forces in Sopore area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district November 8: An army jawan was killed and two others were injured in Pakistani shelling in Naushera sector of Rajouri district in Jammu province One of the injured jawans succumbed to his injuries November 7:A Hizbul Mujahideen militant was killed in an encounter with security forces in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir Two jawans were also injured in the gunfight November 6:An Army jawan was killed during an encounter with terrorists who were trying to crossover to the Indian side of the border from Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir Troops posted along LoC foiled two infiltration bids in Krishna Ghati Sector November 1:Eight civilians were killed in unprovoked mortar shelling from across the border in Arnia and Rajouri respectively In retaliatory fire the BSF said that it destroyed 14 Pakistani posts opposite Arnia sector besides causing heavy casualties among Rangers Some civilians on the Pakistani side too were killed October 30:An encounter broke out between militants and security forces in forest area of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir after security forces launched an anti-militancy operation in the forest area of Kupwara acting on information about the presence of militants in the area October 10: Militants strike a government building (Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute) in Sempora area of Pampore early in the morning An encounter between militants and security forces took place in the premises in February this year which lasted for more than 48 hours October 8: Policeman killed by terrorists in Shopian sector at a police post Terrorists manage to flee In Poonch district Pakistani troops reportedly violate ceasefire again after firing along the border in Mendhar sector October 7: Pakistan Army resort to heavy shelling and gunfire at Indian positions along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu region October 6: Terrorists open fire at an army camp in Langate in Kupwara No security personnel died but three of the terrorists involved were killed October 5: Ceasefire violated four times by Pakistani troops after they resort to heavy firing and shelling on Indian Army posts and civilian areas in Poonch Rajouri and Kupwara districts of Jammu and Kashmir October 4: Suspected terrorists attacked a police station in Yaripora Kulgam in Jammu and Kashmir Pakistani troops resorted to firing in Kalsiyan Kalal and Baba Khori area of Naushera sector in early hours Militants attacked BSF and army camps in Baramulla town killing one BSF soldier and wounding another October 3: Pakistani troops intensify mortar shelling and firing on Indian Army posts with four ceasefire violations in one single day Apart from Army posts civilian areas in several sectors of Poonch district targetted October 2: Pallanwala sector of Jammu and Kashmir targetted for second time in as many days as Pakistani troops launh firing and shelling on forward areas along the Line of Control Sixth ceasefire violation since Indian Army’s surgical strikes October 1: Mortar shelling conducted in the early hours by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pallanwalla sector of Akhnoor September 29: Small arms firing by Pakistani troops at Chapriyal and Samwan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Akhnoor sector Reportedly the third ceasefire violation since the Indian Army conducted surgical strikes on terror camps along the LoC September 28: Pakistani troops resort to unprovoked firing on forward Indian positions at Sawjian Second ceasefire violation in the month of September and first major incident following the Uri terror strikes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood | Srinagar | Published: July 18 2016 4:47 am Editor Shujaat Bukhari tweeted this photo of Rising Kashmir July 16 edition ‘seized by police after raiding press’ Top News WITH newspapers not being published in the Valley for the second straight day on Sunday following a three-day curb imposed by the J&K government residents are facing a total blackout on news from within their own backyard And they warn that this latest move by the state coming after Internet and mobile services were restricted may prove “counterproductive” as it is fuelling anger and generating a sense of “restlessness” “It’s painful when you know what is happening in France or Turkey but don’t know anything about your friend or a relative staying 500 metres away” said Nisar Iqbal a resident of Sopore who teaches Computer Sciences at Government College Baramulla Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “We are connected internationally but disconnected locally My friend was getting married And even though we live in the same locality I couldn’t even wish him” said Iqbal Following the protests over militant Burhan Wani’s killing on July 8 the government on Friday night raided newspaper printing presses seized hundreds of copies and “conveyed” to owners its decision to impose the curb till July 19 “We seldom watch TV news because we feel it is more of a drama All these days our sources of information were the newspapers” said Sheikh Younis a businessman from Barbarshah in Srinagar “But now there is a strange feeling of restlessness It’s as if something is happening somewhere and the government wants to hide it from you This is proving counterproductive” Peer G N Suhail director of Centre for Research and Policy Development (CRDP) in Srinagar endorsed that view “The curbs have created uncertainty because we consider newspapers as an authentic source of information In their absence news from social media gains currency and that is where the problem lies” said Suhail Also Read |Editors Guild slams ‘muzzling of media’ in Kashmir Narrating an incident from Saturday to illustrate how the blockade is affecting the common man Suhail said: “Yesterday one of my family members had to come from Baramulla and I was expecting him to arrive by 6 am But when he didn’t reach by 7 am I took a taxi to Baramulla only to be informed that he had already reached Srinagar In normal circumstances the problem could have been solved by a text message to his mobile phone” For Irshada Ayoub a student of Government Women’s College in Srinagar the Valley is like “a deserted island” “These days we are living in a world where we don’t know if our relatives are alive or not The state has been disconnected from the rest of the world It feels like being on a deserted island We don’t know what’s happening in our own Valley and that is painful when you are in a situation where you only hear about deaths and injuries We want to know how our dear ones are doing” she said “This is something which I have never seen before Such a severe crackdown on communication is quite unimaginable in this day and age” said Mir Jalal a Kashmir University student “What makes it more shocking is that this is a country that claims to be the pioneer in freedom of speech and digital media First they curbed the Internet then phones and cable TV and now newspapers The severity of this clampdown has made us more furious” said Jalal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News November 22: A joint team of J&K Police’s Special Operations Group and Army’s 13 Rashtriya Rifles cordoned off Hajin village in Bandipore district after receiving specific inputs about presence of militants in the village.
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