• Police says , Anantnag lady was known heart patient

    District police administration Anantnag has clarified that Mst Sara Begum wife of Ghulam Hassan Teli resident of Chee was a known heart patient and died of heart attack last night, Police said on Friday.
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    Elderly Lady dies of cardiac arrest after forces bang houses in Anantnag

    An elderly lady Sara Begum (66)  w/o Gulam Hassan Teli died of heart attack when forces allegedly pelted stones and attacked entrance gates made of iron, in Chee village of South Kashmir’s Anantnag District late last nigh
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    Day 84: Srinagar sealed to foil "Lal Chowk challo"

    Government forces have sealed entire civil lines in  Srinagar, to foil " Lal Chowk challo" march called by separatists today. Both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference (HC) and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front
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    All Attempts being made to free Indian soldier:Rajnath

    Home minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday attempts were being made to free an Indian soldier in “Pakistan’s captivity” after he strayed across the line of Control on Thursday.
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    Troops trade fire along LoC in Akhnoor

    Violating the ceasefire again, Pakistani troops opened fire from small arms along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Akhnoor district, defence sources said.
  • US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    US urges India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

    The United States reminded India and Pakistan on Thursday that nuclear capable states do not threaten to use atomic weapons in any conflict, Dawn reported on Friday
  • Pak Captures Indian soldier

    Pak Captures Indian soldier

    Army confirmed that a soldier attached with the 37 Rashtriya Rifles has inadvertently crossed over to the other side of the Line of Control. Army however said the captured soldier was not connected to the cross-LoC surgical strike.
  • Indo-Pak faceoff:Mehbooba calls for restraint, reconciliation; Says confrontation could lead to disaster of epic proportions

    Indo-Pak ‘faceoff’: 'Confrontation Could Lead To Disaster Of Epic Proportions'

    Expressing grave concern over the escalation of the situation along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the confrontation could lead to a disaster of epic proportions if urgent steps
  • Mixed Response On LOC Tension In Kashmir

    Amid heightening tension at LOC-which divide Kashmir into two parts between India and Pakistan, the latest development at the border where India claimed to have launched surgical strikes in Pak
  • ‘Ready To Sacrifice Our Future For Freedom,’ Student Protests Continue

    ‘Ready To Sacrifice Our Future For Freedom,’ Student Protests Continue

    The student protests against the “politicisation of education” continued on Thursday.Students in many parts of Kashmir said that they can not write their examinations given the killing and injuring of civilians since July 09, 2016.
  • Police arrest volunteers, held 3 ambulances

    At least 15 volunteers who were providing assistance to injured persons at SMHS hospital since the ongoing uprising started in Kashmir were Thursday arrested by police and were lodged in Kak Sarai, Shaheed Gunj
  • End state terrorism in Chenab Valley without excuses: Er Rasheed

    Legislator Engineer Rasheed Thursday staged a peaceful sit-in in front of state DGP’s office at Srinagar to protest against the atrocities on Jammu Muslims. Dozens of AIP volunteers holding placards in support of Jammu Muslims
  • Amid prolonged unrest,Govt goes for early imposition of power-curtailment in Kashmir

    Much against the convention of deterioration in power supplies in Kashmir after Durbar moves to Jammu, this year the government has gone for early imposition of the energy curtailment in the restive Valley on the boil for around three months.
  • Trader Alleges Army Destroyed Apple Boxes In Karimabad

    Trader Alleges Army Destroyed Apple Boxes In Karimabad

    Protest erupted in Karimabad hamlet of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district after Army according to locals destroyed more than 500 apple boxes kept by a farmer on the road to load them in a truck on Thursday.
  • War no solution to any problem: Hurriyat (M)

    Hurriyat Conference (M) today said military aggression and war is no solution to any problem, it instead worsens problems further which the three previous wars between both the two countries have shown.