News Topic:Kakapora

Railway Protection Force cop dead in Pulwama militant attack

A Railway Protection Force (RPF) cop was killed and another was injured when a pistol-borne militant shot them from a point-blank range in Pulwama district.

Ancient sculpture found from river Jhelum in Pulwama’s Kakapora

An ancient sculpture, dating back to 9th Century, was recovered from river Jehlum in Kakapora area of Pulwama district on Wednesday.

LeT module busted in Pulwama: J-K Police

Jammu and Kashmir Police on Friday claimed to have busted a militant module by arresting six militant associates of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) in Pulwama.

Two soldiers, LeT militant from Pulwama killed in Shopian: IGP Kashmir

Two Army soldiers and a newly recruited militant were killed in an overnight gunfight in south Kashmir’s Shopian district, officials said on Saturday.

Drug peddler arrested in Pulwama: J-K Police

Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a drug peddler in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Locals of Kakapora Pulwama annoyed by shabby roads

The residents of localities of Kashmir’s Kakapora area of Pulwama district on Friday accused the district administration of subjecting them to inconvenience.

SPO succumbs after being injured in Kakapora Pulwama

A special police officer (SPO), posted with Government Railway Police, succumbed to injuries he had suffered after being hit by a train.

Unidentified man dies on spot in Kakapora Pulwama

A policeman was critically injured after he tried to save a civilian from getting hit by a train at Kakapora Railway Station here in Pulwama district.

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