Sajad Ahmad Bhat was among the two militants who were killed in the gunfight on Tuesday morning in the district's Waghama area.
A group of terrorists tried to attack the makeshift Ram temple in Ayodhya on July 5, 2005.
The four accused had provided logistic and material support to the terrorists, who were Jaish-e-Mohammad operatives.
After the Pulwama attack on February 14, Gem Tour and Travels had called for a boycott and asked tourists to opt for other destinations.
Expressing anguish over the incident, Sukma superintendent of police Shalabh Sinha condemned the act and said the Maoists kill innocent tribals and then claim to be fighting for their cause.
The Army Casper of 44 Rashtriya Rifles was targeted by the IED explosion near Eidgah Arihal on the Arihal-Lassipora road in the south Kashmir's district, a police official said.
The agency has interrogated several top leaders of Hurriyat Conference and other organisations and claimed that they had confessed to receiving funds from Pakistan to fuel separatist sentiments.
Arshad Ahmed Khan was flown to Delhi this afternoon in an air ambulance for specialised treatment.
Malik said time has come to focus on development of the state.
They were held by the security forces on Friday as they were heading to obtain arms training as newly-recruited militants.
Addressing the fifth Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) Summit in the Tajik capital, Jaishankar said that the CICA members are the victims of terrorism.
The important Jewish harvest festival Shavuot is celebrated in the month of June during which Jew frequently visit synagogues and Chabad house.
The NIA has sought seven-day custody of the accused as part of the probe. Considering the plea, the court issued a warrant for producing Azarudeen before it on Monday.
According to top intelligence sources, the terrorists may enter Uttar Pradesh from Nepal and target public places, trains and buses to maximise loss of lives.
He stood briefly when his name was announced and then seated himself again before the other leaders, in a breach of protocol.