SAC Approves Independent Prosecution Cadre

SAC Approves Independent Prosecution Cadre

In a major decision aimed at bringing the Criminal Justice System in J&K in sync with the Central Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.PC) 1973,SAC approved establishment of an independent Prosecution cadre

No Sign of ‘Normalcy” in Kashmir: Yechury

No Sign of ‘Normalcy” in Kashmir: Yechury

NEW DELHI – CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Saturday termed as “preposterous”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim that the turnout in the recently held Block Development Council (BDC) elections in Jammu and Kashmir was an indication of the region’s faith in democracy. Yechury said this is no sign of “normalcy” and the prime minister […]

Indian Army Chief ‘Provoking War’: Pakistan

Indian Army Chief ‘Provoking War’: Pakistan

Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat has been repeatedly provoking war through irresponsible statements and endangering regional peace, Pakistan Army has said

Day 83: Spontaneous Shutdown Continues in Kashmir

Day 83: Spontaneous Shutdown Continues in Kashmir

Uneasy calm continues to prevail in Kashmir with a spontaneous shutdown completing 83rd day.Increased movement of private transport was observed on roads in civil lines but shops and business establishments remained shut on Saturday

US Lawmakers Seek Access to Kashmir

US Lawmakers Seek Access to Kashmir

We believe true transparency can only be achieved when journalists and Members of Congress are allowed free access to the region. We encourage India to open Jammu and Kashmir to both domestic and foreign journalists, and other international visitors, in the interest of open media and increased communication, the congressmen said

UN Rights Experts ‘Concerned’ About Kashmir, But Helpless

UN Rights Experts ‘Concerned’ About Kashmir, But Helpless

Human rights experts at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) are concerned about the Kashmir situation but can have only a limited impact, according to Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard.

Kashmir Records Highest Casualty Figure in 5 Years: MHA

Kashmir Records Highest Casualty Figure in 5 Years: MHA

NEW DELHI – Pakistan-based militant groups made 328 bids to sneak into Jammu and Kashmir from across the border in 2018 and were successful in 143 of these attempts, the highest in the last five years, according to the Home Ministry’s annual report. The report of the ministry for 2018-19 made available on Friday said […]

NIA Holds Hurriyat Responsible for Supporting Militancy in Kashmir

NIA Holds Hurriyat Responsible for Supporting Militancy in Kashmir

The National Investigation Agency (NIA), in its latest supplementary chargesheet filed in a militancy funding case has alleged that the Pakistan High Commission had organized a function and meeting where it invited Hurriyat leaders and gave them instructions on how to use funds in illegal activities

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