“A huge rally, which included females as well, was taken out from inner Batamaloo area which marched towards Batamaloo Bus terminal,but was stopped by forces near main chowk,” locals said. This resulted in clashes with forces.
The Supreme Court will next week hear the plea seeking direction for Jammu and Kashmir governor N N Vohra to take over the administration of the state in the interest of security, safety and fundamental rights of the Indian citizens residing in the
Governor N.N. Vohra, Chancellor of the State Universities and Chancellor of the Central University of Jammu and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Katra, reviewed the outcome of the on- Campus recruitment drives
A high level delegation of Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir led by Advocate Zahid Ali visited the families of almost all those who were killed during the on-going public protests after the death of popular militant commander Burhan Wani.
Even as Kashmir lacks specialized facilities to treat the wounded who recently lost eyesight to pellet gunfire, the state government has been allegedly sleeping over the shifting of the grievously-wounded patients to specialized facilities outside st
Two more persons died Friday, 14th day of rage sweeping Kashmir Valley, despite a strict curfew and communication clampdown.18 year old Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat son of Bashir Ahmad of Chursu, Awantipur was killed after Govt forces opened direct fire.
With mass unrest, that has gripped Kashmir following the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani, showing no signs of any let up, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is arriving here on Saturday to review the prevailing situation.
Kashmir High Court has directed the state government to take action against news channels that have created “hysteria” about Kashmir and its people, and blamed the television media reportage for pushing a Kashmiri IAS officer “to the edge”.
Srinagar: It is a fact that the separatist leadership in Kashmir has been caged within the four walls of their homes, but they have not been cut off entirely from rest of the world as their communication channels remain intact.
Whatever has been happening in Kashmir over the last 14 days is terribly wrong. The brutal killings of children, the criminal blinding and maiming of protesters, and the shameless suffocating of an entire population is wrong, she wrote
At a time when a section of the Indian media is under fire for misrepresenting facts about Kashmir, 2009 IAS topper Dr Shah Faesal Friday said that Gurez violence had ’vindicated’ his stand that some Indian TV channels were distorting facts
As the mass unrest shows no signs of abating the State Government Friday ordered transfer of DIG South Kashmir and SSP Anantnag.DIG South Kashmir Nitish Kumar has been replaced by DIG Central Kashmir G H Bhat,