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India and Pakistan continue to lock horns at the International Court of Justice in Hague over the arrest of Kulbhushan Jadav.
The suicide attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama that killed 40 CRPF jawans sparked outrage and condemnation.
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Last week, Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district witnessed one of the biggest militant attacks in the history of the state in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed. Days later, four army soldiers including a major were killed in an encounter with militants in Pinglena village of the same district. The militancy-hit state has seen a steady rise in violence and the number of casualties. According to data compiled by the South Asia Terrorism Portal (SATP), a Delhi-based open data source, the number of fatalities in the valley have increased in the last six years after recording a low in the year 2012. It is to be noted, SATP only records killings in cross-border firings and militant encounters and doesn't compile data for killings during clashes.
After the attack on the CRPF convoy near Pulwama in Kashmir claimed the lives of over 40 jawans, the nation simmers with pain and anger. While the entire country has mourned for the loss of lives, Kashmiri students living outside the valley have faced the backlash. Facing threats of violence and intimidation, certain private universities have come out with a notification that they won't admit the Kashmiri students. Kashmiri students residing in Dehradun had to approach the police and seek help when mobs gathered around the hostel.
In a recent interview, Shamima Begum, a British teenager who ran away from home to join the Islamic State (IS) group has said she did not regret her choice, and that the experience made her a stronger person.
The Rafale fighter jet, at the centre of a political controversy before elections, took to the Indian skies at the Aero India 2019, the 12th edition of Asia's premier air show at the Yelahanka air base here, on Wednesday. The five-day mega event began on a sombre note, a day after two aircraft of Surya Kiran, Indian Air Force (IAF)'s aerobatics team, collided mid-air, killing a pilot and injuring two others who ejected to safety.
In the wake of the deadly Pulwama attack which claimed lives of over 40 CRPF jawans, the term "martyr" has been commonly used. From headlines to hashtags to social media, the term has been widely doing the rounds. Governments of different states announced sweeping compensations for families of the slain soldiers. But, who is really a martyr? Do the deaths at Pulwama qualify for compensation from the government? Does the compensation actually reach the families? Watch this video to know.
Amid a major political controversy over the purchase of 36 Rafale jets, the French made fighter planes displayed a show of air prowess in Bengaluru as the city gets ready to host Aero India exhibition starting on Wednesday. Three Rafale jets are in the city to participate in the air show.