Hurriyat patriarch Syed Ali Geelani on Thursday ridiculed the statement of Indian army chief saying that the statement has proved the “stale thinking of the ‘General’ and illustrates that his thinking is unfair and lacks political maturity”
J&K Government on Thursday advised general public to stay away from counter-insurgency operation sites for their own safety. Restrictions will also been now imposed within the radius of 3 kms from the site of any encounter site
A Delhi court on Thursday acquitted two Kashmiris, Mohammad Rafiq Shah and Mohammed Hussain Fazili, of all charges in the 2005 Delhi serial blasts saying the prosecution has failed to prove their guilt.
J&K State Human Rights Commission in its interim report has held 15 CRPF personnel, including 3 officers, guilty for indiscriminate firing on the mourners participating in the funeral procession of late Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq in 1990.
Pakistan on Thursday accused India of planning to "sabotage" the ambitious $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor."We are aware of Indian (government's) plans to sabotage CPEC," Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Nafees Zakaria,
The retail inflation in Jammu and Kashmir is double that of the national average of 3.17 per cent recorded for January, probably due to demonetisation, an industry organisation said on Thursday. Similar reports came about Delhi.
A powerful blast ripped through the Sufi shrine of Lal Shehbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town of Pakistan's Sindh province on Thursday, killing at least 80 people, including women and children. 100's others are injured.
Routine life was paralyzed in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday due to spontaneous shutdown observed by locals against the alleged arrests and excesses committed by Government forces on Wednesday.
Two months after the end of the post-Burhan upsurge, the situation in Kashmir is at a dead-end. The summer’s heavy security crackdown has brought about some moderation in the intensity of the protests but the situation continues to simmer.
Doubt is a good example. Faith can sometimes seem as if it is all about certainty, but there is a long tradition of doubt in religion. In his book, Ghobash addresses it: "The grey area of uncertainty and doubt as to what is right .
What’s even more unfortunate, the conventional knowledge that the indigenous communities relied upon now seems passé with the changes that have taken place. “This is new territory for them and they are ill-equipped,
As part of its efforts to bring teenagers back into the national mainstream, Jammu and Kashmir police is counselling the "misguided" Valley youth to prevent them from falling prey to "anti-national propaganda".
An army men Thursday shot himself to death with his service rifle in Samba district of Jammu region. An army men identified as Havaldar Krishan Singh Rathore of 24 Grenadier,shot himself in the neck with his service
Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief and Hafiz Saeed has urged the Pakistan government to allow him to travel abroad, it was reported on Thursday.Asking the government to remove his name from the outside Exit Control List,
National Conference patron Dr Farooq Abdullah Wednesday expressed anguish over the loss of lives in different encounters in Kashmir Valley. He said that constitutional and democratic rights of people are being trampled through force and suppressive p
With over 1 lakh students in J&K enrolled for free winter tuitions and another 1000 undergoing coaching in CM’s Super-50 Programme, the Education Department’s inimitable initiatives have already started making a tangible mark
Hurriyat Conference (m) Wednesday criticised the state administration for placing its chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq under house arrest and banning his peaceful political activities terming it as dictatorial and supremacist attitude of the ruling regi
An online fundraising campaign has been started at bitgiving.com for raising funds for Arif Khan, a professional skier from Gulmarg for supporting his participation in Asian Winter Games 2017, and South Korean Winter Olympics 2018. So far,
Hampered for want of funds, government hospitals have been unable to procure the latest equipment’s. Taking advantage of this, the private hospitals have stepped in, to fill the gap and mint hefty money from the poor patients.
Indian army, in an unprecedented acknowledgment, Wednesday said that it was not getting support from local population in its operations against Kashmiri militants with army chief General Bipin Rawat issuing a stern message that the civilian