Global warming, ecological changes, Pak shelling triggering - Daily News & Analysis

Global warming, ecological changes and heavy shelling by Pakistani troops are triggering avalanches in places like Jammu and Kashmir, which had not reported such instances earlier, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said today. "Ceasefire violations and use of ...

Kashmir gets more snow as Chilai Kalan frowns - Greater Kashmir

After a day's break, Kashmir on Saturday received fresh snowfall while the Army rescued five of its soldiers who were trapped after a snow-clad track caved in at Machil Sector in north Kashmir's Kupwara district. The weatherman has meanwhile predicted ...

5 soldiers trapped under snow rescued - Deccan Herald

Two days after 14 soldiers were killed in two avalanches, five troopers – who went missing after a snow track collapsed in north Kashmir's Kupwara district – were rescued on Saturday. Snow tracks are pathways carved out through the snow to facilitate ...

Kashmir Avalanche: 5 Soldiers Trapped Under Snow In Kupwara District Rescued - News World India

Five soldiers were trapped after their snow tracks caved on Saturday near the Line of Control in north Kashmir's Kupwara district. Indo-Asian News Service | Srinagar | Updated: January 28, 2017 6:56 pm. 261. Don't Want To Read The Full Article? Click ...

Jammu and Kashmir: Five army personnel rescued alive from under snow - Firstpost

Srinagar: Five army personnel were on Saturday rescued alive after being trapped for several hours under snow in Macchil sector along the Line of Control in Kashmir Valley, officials said. The soldiers got trapped after the track leading to their post ...

Indian soldiers rescued hours after snow cave-in in Kashmir - NewsOK.com

Vehicles stand choked on a bridge due to traffic jam caused by snowfall in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017. Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have issued avalanche warnings for many parts of the region, as the heavy ...

5 soldiers trapped under snow as Army post caves in near LoC in Kashmir - The Hans India

Five Army personnel were trapped under snow in Macchil sector along the Line of Control in Kashmir after the track leading to their post caved in on Saturday."The snow track leading to an army post caved in at Macchil this morning, resulting in five ...

Heavy snow traps five Indian soldiers along Kashmir frontier - Aaj Tv (press release) (blog)

Five Indian soldiers on patrol were trapped under snow after a snowy track caved in Saturday along the highly militarised Line of Control that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan. A rescue operation was started immediately despite hostile ...

Five Indian soldiers trapped under snow near Kashmir border - The Peninsula Qatar

Kashmiri villagers look from the top of a hill on the outskirts of Srinagar after a heavy snowfall, in Srinagar on January 27, 2017. / AFP / Tauseef MUSTAFA. AFP. Srinagar, India: Five Indian soldiers were trapped under heavy snow in Kashmir on ...

Avalanche Hit Army Post in Kashmir, 5 Soldiers Trapped - Andhrawishesh (blog)

In another tragic incident, five soldiers were trapped under the snow when another avalanche struck an army post in north Kashmir's Kupwara district on Saturday. "Five soldiers are trapped under the snow and rescue operation to save them is underway," ...

5 soldiers trapped under heavy snow along LoC, army launches rescue operation - Livemint

Srinagar: The Indian army says five soldiers on patrol have been trapped under snow after a snowy track caved in along Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir. Indian army spokesman Col. Rajesh Kalia said a rescue operation was started immediately after the ...

J&K: 5 Army personnel trapped as avalanche strikes Army post in Kupwara district - India.com

A fresh avalanche struck an Army post in Kupwara district around 12.45 PM on Saturday. Five army personnel have been hit by the deadly avalanche. By Sandhya Dangwal | Updated: January 28, 2017 2:43 PM IST Follow Email. 0 Shares. Facebook share ...

Five army personnel trapped under snow in Macchil sector - Hindu Business Line

Army jawans engaged in search operations in the avalache-hit Gurez sector of Kashmir on Friday. Photo: PTI. As many as 21 persons, including 15 army men, have been killed since Wednesday due to avalanches and snowfall-related incidents. Srinagar, Jan ...

Srinagar-Jammu NH remains closed for 5th consecutive day, supply of essentials hit - Livemint

A file photo of stranded goods trucks on snow covered Srinagar-Jammu national highway during the second day of heavy snowfall. Photo: PTI. Srinagar: The arterial Srinagar-Jammu national highway, the only all-weather road link between Kashmir and rest ...

4 jawans die in avalanches, toll rises to 14 - The Asian Age

A camp of the Army's 51 Rashtriya Rifles at Manzgund in Gurez was struck by an avalanche on Wednesday, killing three people. Indian Army soldiers clear snow from their stranded vehicles near a base camp in Gulmarg. (Photo: PTI). Srinagar: With four ...

Soldier killed in Kashmir avalanche was to go on leave, says family - Daily Excelsior

SHAHDOL (MP): With his leave sanctioned, soldier Devendra Soni was waiting for a replacement to arrive so he could proceed for home when an avalanche struck his Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir and claimed his life. Now the family of the 24-year-old ...

Avalanche claims 24 lives in Kashmir's Gurez valley - Pragativadi

New Delhi: As many as 20 soldiers and four civilians were killed during a series of avalanche in the India administered Gurez valley in Bandipora district some 200 km away from Kashmir, army sources said. In two separate locations one army camp and ...

Gurez avalanche: Death toll rises to 14 as bodies of 4 missing jawans found, total death toll climbs to 24 - India.com

The 24 people include 20 soldiers posted in Gurez and Sonmarg. The death toll climbed to 14 as bodies of four missing jawans were found at Gurez which was hit by an avalanche on January 26 in Jammu and Kashmir. By Chanchal Chauhan | Published: ...

14 Soldiers Killed As Two Avalanches Hit Gurez Sector In Kashmir - Huffington Post India

While seven personnel were rescued alive by the teams, bodies of 10 soldiers were recovered on Thursday. 27/01/2017 12:12 PM IST | Updated 27/01/2017 12:23 PM IST. PTI. Handout . / Reuters. Representative Image. ADVERTISEMENT. SRINAGAR ...

India military death toll rises to 14 in Kashmir avalanche - Republica

SRINAGAR, India, Jan 27: The Indian army says the death toll from an avalanche has risen to 14 as the bodies of four more soldiers who went missing in the accident were recovered in the highly militarized Line of Control area in the Himalayan region of ...