News Topic:Kawoosa Khalisa

Police arrests two LeT militant helpers in Budgam

J-K Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested two militant associates of the Lashkar-i-Toiba outfit in central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

Three ‘LeT militant associates’ held in Budgam

Police in Budgam along with 53RR claimed to have arrested three militant associates linked with proscribed LeT outfit.

Youth critically injured after being stabbed in Budgam

In a shocking incident, a youth was critically injured on Tuesday evening after being stabbed with a knife in Kawoosa village of Budgam.

Militant’s body recovered after four days in Budgam

SRINAGAR — Body of a militant was recovered yesterday late night from Check Kawoosa area of Budgam after four days of a brief gunfight.A...

CASO in Kawoosa: Arms, ammunition & mobile phones recovered

SRINAGAR — Arms and ammunition, which include one hand grenade, one AK-47 magazine, and two mobile phones were recovered by the joint team of...

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