Udhampur Terror Attack


'Udhampur Terror Attack' - 16 News Result(s)

  • After Attack On CRPF Camp, Security Put On High Alert Across Jammu

    After Attack On CRPF Camp, Security Put On High Alert Across Jammu

    A day after a terror attack on a CRPF camp was foiled in Kud area of Udhampur district, security across the region was put on high alert.

  • Udhampur Terror Attack: NIA Court Orders Framing Of Charges

    Udhampur Terror Attack: NIA Court Orders Framing Of Charges

    A special NIA court today ordered framing of charges against six persons, including Pakistani national Mohammed Naveed, who was caught alive during a terror attack on a BSF convoy at Udhampur in August last year.

  • Pak Terrorist Naveed to Record Statement Before Magistrate

    Pak Terrorist Naveed to Record Statement Before Magistrate

    Amid tight security, Pakistani terrorist Mohammed Naveed Yakub was today produced before a Chief Judicial Magistrate in Jammu by NIA for recording his statement in connection with Udhampur terror attack in which two BSF jawans were killed and 15 others injured.

  • India to Formally Request Pak for Information on Terrorist Naveed: Sources

    India to Formally Request Pak for Information on Terrorist Naveed: Sources

    India is set to make a formal request to Pakistan seeking information on terrorist Naveed, who was caught after an attack on an army convoy in Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir last week.

  • Pakistani Terrorist Naveed Sent to National Investigation Agency Custody for 14 Days

    Pakistani Terrorist Naveed Sent to National Investigation Agency Custody for 14 Days

    Captured Pakistani terrorist Mohammed Naveed Yakub was today remanded in National Investigation Agency (NIA) custody for 14 days by a court in Jammu to enable the probe agency to identify other culprits involved in the Udhampur terror attack last week that left two Border Security Force (BSF) personnel dead.

  • This is the Home in Pakistan of Captured Terrorist Naveed

    This is the Home in Pakistan of Captured Terrorist Naveed

    Mohammad Yakub and two of his sons live in a house at the end of street number 3, Rafique Colony, in Pakistan's Faisalabad, confirm neighbours. His third son is Mohammad Naved, they say.

  • Tussle Over Pak Terrorist's Custody as NIA Moves to Take Over Probe

    Tussle Over Pak Terrorist's Custody as NIA Moves to Take Over Probe

    The National Investigation Agency or NIA has filed a first information report or FIR on Wednesday's terror attack on a Border Security Force convoy in Udhampur, but, sources said, the Jammu and Kashmir police is reluctant to hand over investigation to the elite national agency.

  • '30 Minutes of Terror': Survivors Recount Attack in Udhampur

    '30 Minutes of Terror': Survivors Recount Attack in Udhampur

    Survivors of the terror attack in Jammu's Udhampur district - unarmed jawans who were caught in a melee of gunfire and exploding grenades - are now recovering at the Command Hospital in the district.

  • Udhampur Terrorists Let Other Military Convoys Pass Before Striking

    Udhampur Terrorists Let Other Military Convoys Pass Before Striking

    Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Naved's interrogation has revealed that he and his accomplice had orders to strike at a military target on a tactically chosen stretch of the Jammu-Srinagar highway near Udhampur. The terrorists let two convoys pass before finally firing at the Border Security Force bus, sources say.

  • Mohammad Naved aka Qasim: When Terror Looks Like a Teenager

    Mohammad Naved aka Qasim: When Terror Looks Like a Teenager

    Mohammad Naved or Qasim is 22. Or 16, depending on which of his statements, if any, is true. In the 24 hours since he was arrested, the terrorist has constantly changed his statements during interrogation, sources have said.

  • How BSF Martyrs Subhendu Rai and Rocky Fought Pak Terrorists in Udhampur

    How BSF Martyrs Subhendu Rai and Rocky Fought Pak Terrorists in Udhampur

    The two BSF soldiers killed in the Udhampur terror attack died of bullet wounds, averting major casualties by disregarding personal safety.

  • Pak Terrorist Naved 'Extremely Hardened', Keeps Smiling: Sources

    Pak Terrorist Naved 'Extremely Hardened', Keeps Smiling: Sources

    Mohammad Naved, the Pakistani terrorist captured yesterday after an attack on a security convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur, is an extremely hardened terrorist who has constantly changed his statements during interrogation, sources have told NDTV. Pakistan has denied that Naved is their citizen.

  • Martyrs Who Died Fighting Udhampur Terrorists Honoured

    Martyrs Who Died Fighting Udhampur Terrorists Honoured

    It was two young constables of the Border Security Force who managed to nip in the bud Wednesday's terror attack in Udhampur. With their lives, they bought the force 20 minutes of time -- enough for reinforcements to arrive.

  • 'It's Fun Doing This,' Says Captured Pakistani Terrorist

    'It's Fun Doing This,' Says Captured Pakistani Terrorist

    "It's fun doing this," said Usman, a suspected Lashker-e-Taiba terrorist from Pakistan who was caught alive after the attack on a Border Security Force (BSF) convoy in Jammu's Udhampur today that killed two constables.

  • Usman, Then Naved: Pak Terrorist's Disclosures Differ

    Usman, Then Naved: Pak Terrorist's Disclosures Differ

    By 1 pm on Wednesday, India had in its custody a man who claims to be from Pakistan, and who, along with another terrorist, ambushed a convoy of the Border Security Force, killing two soldiers and injuring 11 in the Udhampur district of Jammu.

'Udhampur Terror Attack' - 4 Video Result(s)

'Udhampur Terror Attack' - 16 News Result(s)

  • After Attack On CRPF Camp, Security Put On High Alert Across Jammu

    After Attack On CRPF Camp, Security Put On High Alert Across Jammu

    A day after a terror attack on a CRPF camp was foiled in Kud area of Udhampur district, security across the region was put on high alert.

  • Udhampur Terror Attack: NIA Court Orders Framing Of Charges

    Udhampur Terror Attack: NIA Court Orders Framing Of Charges

    A special NIA court today ordered framing of charges against six persons, including Pakistani national Mohammed Naveed, who was caught alive during a terror attack on a BSF convoy at Udhampur in August last year.

  • Pak Terrorist Naveed to Record Statement Before Magistrate

    Pak Terrorist Naveed to Record Statement Before Magistrate

    Amid tight security, Pakistani terrorist Mohammed Naveed Yakub was today produced before a Chief Judicial Magistrate in Jammu by NIA for recording his statement in connection with Udhampur terror attack in which two BSF jawans were killed and 15 others injured.

  • India to Formally Request Pak for Information on Terrorist Naveed: Sources

    India to Formally Request Pak for Information on Terrorist Naveed: Sources

    India is set to make a formal request to Pakistan seeking information on terrorist Naveed, who was caught after an attack on an army convoy in Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir last week.

  • Pakistani Terrorist Naveed Sent to National Investigation Agency Custody for 14 Days

    Pakistani Terrorist Naveed Sent to National Investigation Agency Custody for 14 Days

    Captured Pakistani terrorist Mohammed Naveed Yakub was today remanded in National Investigation Agency (NIA) custody for 14 days by a court in Jammu to enable the probe agency to identify other culprits involved in the Udhampur terror attack last week that left two Border Security Force (BSF) personnel dead.

  • This is the Home in Pakistan of Captured Terrorist Naveed

    This is the Home in Pakistan of Captured Terrorist Naveed

    Mohammad Yakub and two of his sons live in a house at the end of street number 3, Rafique Colony, in Pakistan's Faisalabad, confirm neighbours. His third son is Mohammad Naved, they say.

  • Tussle Over Pak Terrorist's Custody as NIA Moves to Take Over Probe

    Tussle Over Pak Terrorist's Custody as NIA Moves to Take Over Probe

    The National Investigation Agency or NIA has filed a first information report or FIR on Wednesday's terror attack on a Border Security Force convoy in Udhampur, but, sources said, the Jammu and Kashmir police is reluctant to hand over investigation to the elite national agency.

  • '30 Minutes of Terror': Survivors Recount Attack in Udhampur

    '30 Minutes of Terror': Survivors Recount Attack in Udhampur

    Survivors of the terror attack in Jammu's Udhampur district - unarmed jawans who were caught in a melee of gunfire and exploding grenades - are now recovering at the Command Hospital in the district.

  • Udhampur Terrorists Let Other Military Convoys Pass Before Striking

    Udhampur Terrorists Let Other Military Convoys Pass Before Striking

    Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Naved's interrogation has revealed that he and his accomplice had orders to strike at a military target on a tactically chosen stretch of the Jammu-Srinagar highway near Udhampur. The terrorists let two convoys pass before finally firing at the Border Security Force bus, sources say.

  • Mohammad Naved aka Qasim: When Terror Looks Like a Teenager

    Mohammad Naved aka Qasim: When Terror Looks Like a Teenager

    Mohammad Naved or Qasim is 22. Or 16, depending on which of his statements, if any, is true. In the 24 hours since he was arrested, the terrorist has constantly changed his statements during interrogation, sources have said.

  • How BSF Martyrs Subhendu Rai and Rocky Fought Pak Terrorists in Udhampur

    How BSF Martyrs Subhendu Rai and Rocky Fought Pak Terrorists in Udhampur

    The two BSF soldiers killed in the Udhampur terror attack died of bullet wounds, averting major casualties by disregarding personal safety.

  • Pak Terrorist Naved 'Extremely Hardened', Keeps Smiling: Sources

    Pak Terrorist Naved 'Extremely Hardened', Keeps Smiling: Sources

    Mohammad Naved, the Pakistani terrorist captured yesterday after an attack on a security convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur, is an extremely hardened terrorist who has constantly changed his statements during interrogation, sources have told NDTV. Pakistan has denied that Naved is their citizen.

  • Martyrs Who Died Fighting Udhampur Terrorists Honoured

    Martyrs Who Died Fighting Udhampur Terrorists Honoured

    It was two young constables of the Border Security Force who managed to nip in the bud Wednesday's terror attack in Udhampur. With their lives, they bought the force 20 minutes of time -- enough for reinforcements to arrive.

  • 'It's Fun Doing This,' Says Captured Pakistani Terrorist

    'It's Fun Doing This,' Says Captured Pakistani Terrorist

    "It's fun doing this," said Usman, a suspected Lashker-e-Taiba terrorist from Pakistan who was caught alive after the attack on a Border Security Force (BSF) convoy in Jammu's Udhampur today that killed two constables.

  • Usman, Then Naved: Pak Terrorist's Disclosures Differ

    Usman, Then Naved: Pak Terrorist's Disclosures Differ

    By 1 pm on Wednesday, India had in its custody a man who claims to be from Pakistan, and who, along with another terrorist, ambushed a convoy of the Border Security Force, killing two soldiers and injuring 11 in the Udhampur district of Jammu.

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