Infiltration continues in Kashmir: Lt. Gen. A.S. Sekhon

Srinagar, Nov 2 : Lieutenant General A.S. Sekhon, General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the 15 Corps, has said that infiltration still posed a threat in Kashmir.

Lieutenant General Sekhon said rebels continue to cross over the military ceasefire line from areas under Pakistan’s control.

"The attempts are still being made. So, that means there are people in sufficient numbers, some may be under their control, some may not be under their control. But the fact remains that the infrastructure is still there," Sekhon said on the sidelines of a seminar on Thursday.

He further said that army has vacated schools and hospitals occupied by them.

Court Justifies Divorce From HIV+ Person

New Delhi: A person whose spouse is found to be HIV positive is justified in seeking a divorce, said a local court while taking note of marriage as anathema without sex.

Doctors Students On Strike; Medical Teachers On Casual Leave

Mumbai: The 3,500 doctors of Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) have decided to go on strike in all large public hospitals on Thursday to protest de-recognition of the departments i

Indian Air Force gives wings to Kashmiri youth

Indian Air ForceSrinagar, Nov 1 : A large number of youth here are turning up for a five-day recruitment camp organised by Indian Air Force (IAF).

"With the help of the State Government and Deputy Director (Employment), the IAF has successfully organised this employment rally in Jammu and Kashmir. In the future, we have plans to organise more such employment rallies," said Wing Commander Shaibu Philip of the Airmen Selection Center.

The aspirants showed lot of zeal and were quite upbeat about the prospect of joining air force.

India Slips To 48th Position In WEF Ranking

Security beefed up along Indo-Nepal border following drugs seizure

Sonauli (UP), Oct 31 : Police has stepped up security along the Indo-Nepal border after a huge haul of hashish was made on the Indian side of the border.