News Topic:Drones

Drone carrying sticky bombs shot down in Kathua: Police

Police have recovered seven sticky bombs referred to as magnetic-based IEDs and seven UBL grenades that were attached in the payload tied with a drone.

Drone surveillance, RFID chips part security cover for Amarnath Yatra: IGP Kashmir

IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar said that drone surveillance and RFID chips will be part of three-tier security arrangements for the upcoming Amarnath Yatra.

Minority community areas to remain under drone surveillance: DIG CRPF

J-K Police and the CRPF have jointly put in place an “aerial surveillance cover” for the areas where minority community members are living.

Government notifies new Drone rules, makes flying easier

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has notified the Drone Rules 2021, under which the coverage of all-up weight of unmanned aircrafts increases.

Srinagar under drone surveillance ahead of I-Day

Security Forces on Thursday conducted a successful trial of drones in Srinagar to keep the city under aerial surveillance.

Drone carrying IED material shot down in Jammu’s Kanachak area

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Friday shot down an aerial object, carrying an IED weighing five kilograms in Kanachak area of Jammu.

New Draft Drone Rules 2021 released by MoCA

The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) released Draft Drone Rules, 2021 for public consultation, while seeking the public comments.

Use, possession, sale of drones banned in Srinagar

The authorities in Srinagar district have banned the storage, sale, possession, use and transport of drones in its territorial jurisdiction.

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Fear has gripped Jammu's Doda district after two back-to-back gunfights within a span of just 24 hours in Bhaderwah and Gandoh areas were reported.
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Two militants, trooper killed in Kathua gunfight

Two militants and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed during an encounter in the Kootah area of Kathua district.

SKIMS faces reagent shortage, halts stool occult blood tests

The Department of Pathology at SKIMS, Soura has informed that they are currently facing a shortage of the reagent required for the "stool for occult blood" test.

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Kashmiris speak out as Valley witnesses first major polls after Article 370 abrogation

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Kashmir political leaders accuse authorities of arresting their workers

J&K political leaders, including Sajjad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari, have raised concerns over the arrest and harassment of workers ahead of the polls.