The joint resistance leadership on Saturday issued a new protest calendar, urging people to observe civil curfew on January 26.Protest Program for Right to Self-Determination: Activities Monday 16 January
Senior Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leader Noor Mohammad Kalwal was today released after six month detention.However, there was no relief for chairman of hardline Hurriyat Conference (HC) and Democratic Freedom Party (DFP)
OVER 30 years ago, prime minister Indira Gandhi called off talks with Pakistan on a no-war pact because Pakistan’s representative to the UN Human Rights Commission, Agha Hilaly, had compared Indian Kashmir with Palestine.
Business was once again paralysed as shops and commercial establishments were closed and only few vehicles were plying on roads in support of the separatists' two-day strike call from today in Kashmir,
These are an estimated 1100 of the people hit by the pellet gun fire in Valley, a significant number of them youth, whose vision has been impaired, for many of them irreparably. Government figures say only six people have completely lost their sight
The relatives of people who were killed in the Kashmir unrest said that they seek justice and not compensation, even as chief minister Mehbooba Mufti announced, on Monday, that each family will receive Rs 5 lakh and other compensatory measures, and t
The Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered setting up of Special Investigating Teams (SITs) into the deaths of civilians as well as the involvement of police personnel during the five-month-long unrest in the Valley last year
Truth and reconciliation are important first steps for conflict resolution but the paramilitary forces – the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in particular – have not covered themselves in glory by refusing to divulge details pertaining to the use
Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Tuesday said Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s stand that the 2016 agitation was “pre-planned” was not only an obfuscation of responsibility but also an attempt to distort the ground reality in Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir suffered losses to the tune of over Rs 16,000 crore during the five-month long unrest in the Kashmir Valley due to complete halt of economic activity coupled with loss of property worth crores of rupees.
When she rose to speak in Assembly, J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was expected to reply to the opposition forced discussion on the last year’s unrest which claimed around 100 lives and left several hundred blinded.