Dulloo, a 1989-batch Indian Administrative Service officer of Arunachal Pradesh-Goa-Mizoram and Union Territory cadre, was serving as secretary,
On November 20, the central government repatriated Dulloo to his Union Territories cadre.
Former J&K Chief Minister and NC vice president Omar Abdullah last week blamed the PDP-BJP tie-up for depriving J&K of its unique constitutional position.
“We have found that some militants operating in J&K were retired Pakistani soldiers. There are no local recruits here and they are pushing foreign terrorists to carry out militant activities.
Those who laid down their lives fighting terrorists were Captain M V Pranjal, Captain Shubham Gupta, Havaldar Abdul Majid, Lance Naik Sanjay Bist, and Paratrooper Sachin Laur.
PG Venkat Rao, Pranjal’s guide and teacher from his scout days in Mangaluru, said he was a bright child and was always prompt to help other people.
Capt Pranjal had kept in touch with his teachers over a decade after passing out, and in June this year, he had also visited his school. Little did anyone know that it would be his final visit.
The encounter took place during a joint operation of the Army and police in Bajimaal area of Dharmsal in Kalalkote- Gulabgarh forest area of Rajouri in the morning.
In three years, the Lt Governor administration has invoked Article 311 (2)(c) of the Constitution to sack over 50 employees for their alleged anti-national activities.
The encounter broke out between terrorists and joint forces of the Army and the Jammu and Kashmir Police in the Bajimaal area of Dharmsal following a cordon-and-search operation, the police said.
In the last three years, the Union Territory administration has invoked 311 (2)(c) of the Constitution to sack more than 50 employees, who were allegedly operating in shadows within the government.
High Court of J&K and Ladakh quashes detention of journalist Sajad Ahmad Dar; says allegations 'vague and general'
The bench categorically stated that a person can't be detained merely for the reason that he is a critic of the government.
In April, the high court quashed Shah's detention under the controversial PSA by terming the allegations of the J&K administration as “mere surmise” and “vague and bald assertions."
The slain militants were identified as Yasir Bilal Bhat alias Humais, Danish Hameed Thoker, Ubaid Ahmad Padder, Sameer Farooq Sheikh and Hanzal Yaqoob Shah alias Hanzilla, all locals.
The injured were evacuated to the government hospital in Doda. Those in critical condition were airlifted to a Jammu hospital.
The cause of the accident is not known yet. The bus was reportedly jam-packed when the accident took place.
The accused has been identified as Sham Lal from the Ramgarh area in the district, they said.
'...Increased shelf life means the growers could sell the products at their will and time': On Kashmir apple-growers
Controlled Atmosphere, precise regulation of atmospheric conditions in storage areas, is helping preserve Kashmir apples for longer periods, proving a boon for cultivators, writes Fayaz Wani
The victims' DNA samples were extracted to establish their identities, the officials said, adding they are believed to be from Bangladesh and included a woman.
Early snowfall has boosted the tourism sector as tourists made a beeline to the valley to experience the scenic views.