Written By Neeta Sharma


'Written By Neeta Sharma' - 256 News Result(s)

  • 312 Sikh Foreign Nationals Taken Off Centre's Blacklist, Can Enter India

    312 Sikh Foreign Nationals Taken Off Centre's Blacklist, Can Enter India

    Only two of the 314 Sikh foreign nationals who were blacklisted by the government remain in the list after 312 Sikh foreign nationals were removed from the Central Adverse List or blacklist containing the names of foreign nationals.

  • Over 50 Errors In Centre's Jammu And Kashmir Bill Fixed With Notification

    Over 50 Errors In Centre's Jammu And Kashmir Bill Fixed With Notification

    The BJP-led central government has issued corrections for as many as 52 errors in the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, in a move likely to lend credence to the opposition's claim that the legislation aimed at bifurcating the state was introduced hastily last month after its special status was scrapped.

  • 'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    Pakistan's attempt to corner India on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva wasstymied by Baloch activists, who spoke out against the atrocities unleashed by the Pakistani military in its own backyard, Balochistan.

  • Village Heads In Jammu And Kashmir To Be Trained, Says Home Ministry

    Village Heads In Jammu And Kashmir To Be Trained, Says Home Ministry

    The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) will likely be training elected panchs and sarpanchs in Jammu and Kashmir about their role during the present situation in the state.

  • Pakistan Trying To Stir Up Trouble In Kashmir Ahead of UN Meet: Sources

    Pakistan Trying To Stir Up Trouble In Kashmir Ahead of UN Meet: Sources

    Security forces posted in Jammu and Kashmir have been put on alert in view of Pakistan's attempts to escalate violence along the International Border and the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Islamabad's idea is to draw the attention of the international community to Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the United Nations General Assembly, sources in the...

  • Final Assam Citizen List Tomorrow, Tense Wait For Over 41 Lakh: 10 Points

    Final Assam Citizen List Tomorrow, Tense Wait For Over 41 Lakh: 10 Points

    The final Assam citizens' list will be published online at 10 am on Saturday, over a year after the first list that identifies whether a person is an Indian or a foreigner was released. The names of over 41 lakh people don't appear in the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for Assam. The announcement of the final NRC list is likely to be the bigge...

  • Pak Propaganda War In Overdrive, Reaching As Far As Nagaland: Sources

    Pak Propaganda War In Overdrive, Reaching As Far As Nagaland: Sources

    Pakistan's propaganda machinery is busy at work these days, circulating videos and messages aimed at creating disorder not just in Jammu and Kashmir but also as far as Nagaland, government sources have told NDTV.

  • No Word On Mehbooba Mufti's Release, Family Says Not Allowed To Meet

    No Word On Mehbooba Mufti's Release, Family Says Not Allowed To Meet

    Two former Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir - Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti - have been in police custody for nearly a month and sources say there is no word on when they might be released.

  • Amid Massive Security, Terror Threat, J&K Ready For Independence Day

    Amid Massive Security, Terror Threat, J&K Ready For Independence Day

    Elaborate security arrangements have been put in place in Jammu and Kashmir as the nation celebrates its 73rd Independence Day today. Nearly 1.5 lakh police personnel - paramilitary and state police - have been deployed in the Kashmir valley alone.

  • J&K Restrictions To Prevent Deaths, Removal In Phases, Says Government

    J&K Restrictions To Prevent Deaths, Removal In Phases, Says Government

    The government on Tuesday justified strict restrictions on movement in Jammu andKashmir, saying as a trade-off between restrictions and loss and life, the government chose restrictions.

  • Ajit Doval Meets Security Forces At "Situation Cabin" In J&K, Shares Meal

    Ajit Doval Meets Security Forces At "Situation Cabin" In J&K, Shares Meal

    On the day the centre scrapped special status from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval flew in an Air Force plane to Srinagar to oversee the security deployment. He hasn't left the state since and has been sending updates to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, officials said.

  • Remove Pak-Operated Accounts Fuelling J&K Turmoil, Centre Tells Twitter

    Remove Pak-Operated Accounts Fuelling J&K Turmoil, Centre Tells Twitter

    The Home Ministry has written to microblogging site Twitter to remove eight accounts run by people outside Jammu and Kashmir, amid intelligence reports that they were being run on Pakistan's behest.

  • For J&K's Split With Ladakh, Centre To Form Panel To Divide Officers

    For J&K's Split With Ladakh, Centre To Form Panel To Divide Officers

    The Ministry of Home Affairs will appoint a committee to divide the human resource between newly formed union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, sources have told NDTV. The panel will look into all the aspects of the division of manpower, including senior police and administrative officers.

  • Amid Lockdown, J&K Administration Prepares For Friday Prayers

    Amid Lockdown, J&K Administration Prepares For Friday Prayers

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration has made arrangements to ensure "smooth and peaceful" Friday prayers amid a lockdown after the center's move to scrap special status to the state.

  • Pak "Desperation" Behind Ceasefire Violations, Say Government Sources

    Pak "Desperation" Behind Ceasefire Violations, Say Government Sources

    A spike in ceasefire violations by Pakistan may be linked to India's efforts to fortify its grip along the Line of Control and International Border that have clamped down on infiltration attempts, government sources have said. Officers claim that these incidents, a sign of "desperation", may continue for a month before the Line of Control "cools do...

'Written By Neeta Sharma' - 256 News Result(s)

  • 312 Sikh Foreign Nationals Taken Off Centre's Blacklist, Can Enter India

    312 Sikh Foreign Nationals Taken Off Centre's Blacklist, Can Enter India

    Only two of the 314 Sikh foreign nationals who were blacklisted by the government remain in the list after 312 Sikh foreign nationals were removed from the Central Adverse List or blacklist containing the names of foreign nationals.

  • Over 50 Errors In Centre's Jammu And Kashmir Bill Fixed With Notification

    Over 50 Errors In Centre's Jammu And Kashmir Bill Fixed With Notification

    The BJP-led central government has issued corrections for as many as 52 errors in the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, in a move likely to lend credence to the opposition's claim that the legislation aimed at bifurcating the state was introduced hastily last month after its special status was scrapped.

  • 'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    Pakistan's attempt to corner India on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva wasstymied by Baloch activists, who spoke out against the atrocities unleashed by the Pakistani military in its own backyard, Balochistan.

  • Village Heads In Jammu And Kashmir To Be Trained, Says Home Ministry

    Village Heads In Jammu And Kashmir To Be Trained, Says Home Ministry

    The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) will likely be training elected panchs and sarpanchs in Jammu and Kashmir about their role during the present situation in the state.

  • Pakistan Trying To Stir Up Trouble In Kashmir Ahead of UN Meet: Sources

    Pakistan Trying To Stir Up Trouble In Kashmir Ahead of UN Meet: Sources

    Security forces posted in Jammu and Kashmir have been put on alert in view of Pakistan's attempts to escalate violence along the International Border and the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Islamabad's idea is to draw the attention of the international community to Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the United Nations General Assembly, sources in the...

  • Final Assam Citizen List Tomorrow, Tense Wait For Over 41 Lakh: 10 Points

    Final Assam Citizen List Tomorrow, Tense Wait For Over 41 Lakh: 10 Points

    The final Assam citizens' list will be published online at 10 am on Saturday, over a year after the first list that identifies whether a person is an Indian or a foreigner was released. The names of over 41 lakh people don't appear in the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for Assam. The announcement of the final NRC list is likely to be the bigge...

  • Pak Propaganda War In Overdrive, Reaching As Far As Nagaland: Sources

    Pak Propaganda War In Overdrive, Reaching As Far As Nagaland: Sources

    Pakistan's propaganda machinery is busy at work these days, circulating videos and messages aimed at creating disorder not just in Jammu and Kashmir but also as far as Nagaland, government sources have told NDTV.

  • No Word On Mehbooba Mufti's Release, Family Says Not Allowed To Meet

    No Word On Mehbooba Mufti's Release, Family Says Not Allowed To Meet

    Two former Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir - Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti - have been in police custody for nearly a month and sources say there is no word on when they might be released.

  • Amid Massive Security, Terror Threat, J&K Ready For Independence Day

    Amid Massive Security, Terror Threat, J&K Ready For Independence Day

    Elaborate security arrangements have been put in place in Jammu and Kashmir as the nation celebrates its 73rd Independence Day today. Nearly 1.5 lakh police personnel - paramilitary and state police - have been deployed in the Kashmir valley alone.

  • J&K Restrictions To Prevent Deaths, Removal In Phases, Says Government

    J&K Restrictions To Prevent Deaths, Removal In Phases, Says Government

    The government on Tuesday justified strict restrictions on movement in Jammu andKashmir, saying as a trade-off between restrictions and loss and life, the government chose restrictions.

  • Ajit Doval Meets Security Forces At "Situation Cabin" In J&K, Shares Meal

    Ajit Doval Meets Security Forces At "Situation Cabin" In J&K, Shares Meal

    On the day the centre scrapped special status from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval flew in an Air Force plane to Srinagar to oversee the security deployment. He hasn't left the state since and has been sending updates to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, officials said.

  • Remove Pak-Operated Accounts Fuelling J&K Turmoil, Centre Tells Twitter

    Remove Pak-Operated Accounts Fuelling J&K Turmoil, Centre Tells Twitter

    The Home Ministry has written to microblogging site Twitter to remove eight accounts run by people outside Jammu and Kashmir, amid intelligence reports that they were being run on Pakistan's behest.

  • For J&K's Split With Ladakh, Centre To Form Panel To Divide Officers

    For J&K's Split With Ladakh, Centre To Form Panel To Divide Officers

    The Ministry of Home Affairs will appoint a committee to divide the human resource between newly formed union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, sources have told NDTV. The panel will look into all the aspects of the division of manpower, including senior police and administrative officers.

  • Amid Lockdown, J&K Administration Prepares For Friday Prayers

    Amid Lockdown, J&K Administration Prepares For Friday Prayers

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration has made arrangements to ensure "smooth and peaceful" Friday prayers amid a lockdown after the center's move to scrap special status to the state.

  • Pak "Desperation" Behind Ceasefire Violations, Say Government Sources

    Pak "Desperation" Behind Ceasefire Violations, Say Government Sources

    A spike in ceasefire violations by Pakistan may be linked to India's efforts to fortify its grip along the Line of Control and International Border that have clamped down on infiltration attempts, government sources have said. Officers claim that these incidents, a sign of "desperation", may continue for a month before the Line of Control "cools do...

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