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  • 2:34 PM IST

    Papers recovered from slain terrorists in yesterday’s Nagrota attack bear name of terrorists Afzal Guru. Investigation on to determine whether Afzal Guru Squad of Jaish-e-Mohammed is responsible.

  • 12:09 PM IST

    Supreme Court says national anthem should not be printed or displayed on undesirable objects and directs there should not be dramatisation of the national anthem.

  • 11:52 AM IST
    Supreme Court orders National Anthem should be played in all cinema halls across the country before movie starts,accompanied by national flag on screen
  • 11:42 AM IST

    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said it was for the first time that respects were not paid to jawans who were martyred. He said this was the reason why the Opposition walked out of Parliament. “It is a rule in Parliament that whenever someone passes away we pay our respects”, Rahul added.

  • 11:38 AM IST

  • 11:38 AM IST

    Venkaiah Naidu took a jibe at Congress and said that it neither wants any discussion nor wants House to function as they are scared of being exposed.”It’s an insult to Nagrota martyrs”, Naidu added.

  • 11:36 AM IST
    Delhi High Court dismisses the plea seeking relaxation of Rs. 2.5 lakh withdrawal limit for weddings, post-demonetisation
  • 11:36 AM IST

  • 11:36 AM IST

    Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Information & Broadcasting Venkaiah Naidu said despite Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi coming to the house, Congress and supporters left for reasons unknown.

  • 11:27 AM IST

    Panchayat head shot dead by unknown assailants in Nalanda, Bihar

Jammu, Nov 30: In wake of the deadly terror attack in Nagrota that claimed seven lives on Tuesday, Army Chief of Staff General Dalbir Singh briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar about the fierce gunbattle between the Army and terrorists. The attack took place on an army artillery unit in Nagrota, Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. Seven defence personnel lost their lives and 16 were rescued in hostage-like situation.

As per reports, a group of heavily armed terrorists disguised in police uniforms targeted an army unit located three kilometres from the Corps Headquarters. They forced their entry into the Officers Mess complex by throwing grenades and firing at the sentries. In the initial counter action, one officer and three soldiers lost their lives. However, in these rescue operations, one more officer and two jawans lost their lives bringing the total death toll to seven.

Defence PRO Manish Mehta on Tuesday night said combing operations have been called off for and would be resumed at the crack of dawn. The bodies of three terrorists have been recovered. Public Relation Officer based in Udhampur, Colonel N N Joshi said that during the attack “12 soldiers, two ladies and two children were rescued”. Reports state that these terrorists entered two building which were occupied by families, Officers and men which led to a hostage like situation.

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