• A policeman maintains a strict vigil on a day Kashmir shut against government’s plan of setting up of separate colonies for retired military personnel, Kashmiri Pandits. Abid Bhat/KO

    Kashmir Shuts Against Sainik,Pandit Colonies

    Normal life across Kashmir was thrown out of gear on Thursday due to strike called by separatists to protest against government proposal of establishing townships for Kashmiri migrant Pandits, Sainik Colony.
  • Regional Disparity:Jammu retains lion’s share in funding

    Notwithstanding the government claims of equitable development in all the three regions of the state, the apparent discrimination with Srinagar has only worsened. Leave apart the traditional lion’s share being given to Jammu, this time the
  • PHE staff threaten stir

    Accusing government of resorting to regional disparity, the permanent civil and mechanical employees of Kashmir Division from Public Health Engineering (PHE) Thursday declared that they will start an agitation
  • Contradictory statements on killing of Army’s porter

    Breaking its silence over the killing of porter in North Kashmir’s Handwara town, Army Thursday claimed that its porter Liyakat Ali Joo was killed when militants suddenly fired upon a search party in Watsar Forest.
  • 2 militants killed, claims army

    Army on Thursday claimed that it foiled an infiltration bid and in the process killed two militants while launching a combing operation across the border in Naugam sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
  • Brother dies while trying to save drowning sister

    In a tragic incident in North Kashmir’s Sopore town of Baramulla district, a 12-year-old young boy lost his life while trying to save her drowning sister. The death of sibling left whole town in shock.
  • 'Ensure safety of Kashmiris outside'

    Jammu and Kashmir government today impressed upon other states to ensure safety and security of Kashmiri youth and businessmen and suggested nomination of nodal officers for the purpose as done by NCT of Delhi.
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    Geelani thanks people for observing complete shutdown

    Thanking the people for observing exemplary shutdown against the proposed plans of creation of the separate clusters for the Pandits, Sainik colonies, BJP leader Choudhary Lal Singh’s warning to the Jammu Muslims and induction of new anti-Kashmir
  • we will spill our blood to thwart evil designs:Malik

    Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik who is in police custody today said in a press statement that the oppressive measures cannot shake their confidence or deter them from pursuing the path of resistance.
  • Rajendra describes cyber crime a challenge to law enforcing agencies

    Describing cyber crime a challenge to law enforcing agencies, the Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar has stressed on coordinated efforts to bring awareness about the menace.
  • Mehbooba’s brother keen on Dal conservation

    Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti’s brother Tasaduq Mufti, who let speculations go wild over his prospective entry into politics following the demise of his father–spend some good time in the Dal lake here on Wednesday
  • Will oppose all conspiracies tooth and nail: Mirwaiz

    Chairman Hurriyat Conference (M), Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today said that the peoples’ anger and the expression of their strong resistance over the anti-people policies of the government were genuine and natural because of the conflicting statements.
  • ‘Kothibagh-School hosts ‘Mera Desh Badal Raha Hai,Age Bad Raha Hai’ programme’

    Highlighting the achievements in various fields by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi led government at the Centre, the Deputy Chief Minister; Dr Nirmal Singh today said the path-breaking initiatives taken by the NDA Government.
  • Naeem Akhtar inaugurates Mehfil-e-Mausiqi at Women’s College

    Minister for Education Naeem Akhtar today called for starting a movement for revival of culture from schools and colleges.Inaugurating a Mehfil-e-Mausiqi at Women’s College M A Road, the Minister said that educational institutes can play a vital
  • 'PDP-BJP was an Impossible Alliance,but Mufti Proved Times have Changed'

    'PDP-BJP was an Impossible Alliance,but Mufti Proved Times have Changed'

    Mufti Sayeed strengthened democratic institutions in state said Dr Nirmal Singh.‘He made us understand role of opposition in democracy’.Paying rich tributes to former Chief Minister, Late Mufti Muhammad Sayeed,