Revocation Of Indus Treaty ‘Would Be An Act Of War’: Pak

SRINAGAR:  Pakistan will approach the UN and the International Court of Justice if India suspends the 58-year-old Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), the country’s top diplomat Sartaj Aziz said on Tuesday, insisting that the revocation of the treaty can be taken as an “act of war”. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs said any […]

PM to review MFN status to Pakistan

New Delhi: India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday. The decision to review the MFN, which was granted by India unilaterally in 1996, comes after the terror attack on an army camp at Uri in Kashmir. The MFN […]

Why conflict and violence will relapse in Kashmir?

 While KO disavows deep expertise in the domains of psychology- especially social psychology- but it would amount to stating the obvious that most Kashmiris appear to be suffering from mild or borderline depression or even some form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The reasons are the prolonged curfew, the strikes and the violence that […]

Day 81:Clashes,Protests Continue In Restive Kashmir

Srinagar: Normal life remained paralyzed in Kashmir for the consecutive 81st day on Tuesday due to a shutdown called by separatists and restrictions imposed by the authorities. A police official said that curfew was not in place anywhere, however restrictions on the assembly of people were placed in many parts of the Valley as a […]

Vehicle Comes Under Mob Attack, Knocks Down 2 Sisters

SRINAGAR: A woman on Tuesday was left dead and two persons were injured when unidentified masked men targeted vehicles in the city. Two sisters, Fauzia (20) and Nadia (18), were hit by an SUV (sports utility vehicle) that was reversing in panic after it came under barrage of stones near Rogan Gali at Parimpora area […]

Curfew Continues For 3rd Day In Kishtwar

JAMMU: The curfew imposed in Kishtwar district following a stone pelting incident triggered by arrest of three separatists remained in force for the third day yesterday. Three separatist leaders in the town were arrested on Saturday night and booked under the Public Safety Act (PSA) for disrupting peace in the district following which some persons […]

Amid Tough Talking By India, Cross-Loc Trade Resumes

SRINAGAR: At a time when India is discussing options including review of Indus Water Treaty and Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan after recent deadly militant attack on army base in Uri, the cross-LoC trade between Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) resumed on Tuesday. “The cross-LoC trade between J&K and PaK […]

‘Our Leadership,Media Making Public Delusional About Pakistan’

SRINAGAR:A former Indian diplomat, M.K. Bhadrakumar has criticized the Indian media as well as the “bombastic” [Indian] leadership for misleading and making the Indian public “delusional” on Pakistan. “While watching various Delhi TV channels on issues surrounding Sunday’s attack on Uri base, one gets the depressing feeling that we are being delusional.” “What is lacking […]

Zee Zindagi Stops Pakistani shows

New Delhi: Zindagi, which became popular for bringing stories from Pakistan on Indian small screen, is now coming up with new Indian and Turkish dramas after announcing discontinuation of shows from the neighbouring country. Hours later Zee boss Subhash Chandra said that the channel will revamp its format. Zindagi was launched in 2014 and courtesy Pakistani […]

Katju’s vitriolics on Bihar invites Nitish’s wrath

PATNA: Former Supreme Court judge Markanday Katju’s comment of offering Kashmir to Pakistan on condition that it should take Bihar too drew sharp criticism here with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar ridiculing him for trying to become ‘Mai-Baap’ (guardian) of the state. Katju’s post on Facebook clubbing Bihar with Jammu and Kashmir triggered sharp reaction with […]

1 2 3