• ‘Targetting religious places a well-planned conspiracy’

    ‘Targetting religious places a well-planned conspiracy’

    Condemning the desecration of Masjids, Mardasas, Darasgahs and Islamic centres by government forces, Jammu Kashmir Muttahida Majlis-e-Ulema (JKMMU) chief, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq,
  • Director Health Kashmir felicitates Prof. Dr S Natrajan

    Director Health Services Kashmir Dr Saleem-ur-Rehman felicitated renowned vitreo retinal surgeon Prof Dr S Natrajan on Thursday at an academic event organized by the Directorate of Health Services, Kashmir.
  • ‘Give heed to Hurriyat appeal’

    All Kashmir Chemists and Distributors Federation Friday appealed pharmaceutical fraternity to give heed to the Resistance leadership request and provide 5 to 10 per cent discount to the customers
  • No mortuary vans in Kashmir hospitals to carry dead: DAK

    Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that Kashmir hospitals lack mortuary vans that are used to transport dead bodies from one place to another.
  • The CRPF trooper's image in water reflects the common man's plight in Kashmir as strict curfew remained in force on the 49th consecutive day on Friday. Abid Bhat/KO

    Day 49: No Let Up In Fatalities, Forces Kill Another Youth

    Government forces Friday used indiscriminate force on protesters at Rajpora area of south Kashmir’s restive Pulwama district resulting in the death of young boy as authorities foil ‘Eidgah chalo’
  • Pellet Horror:19 With Serious Eye Injuries Admitted In Hyderabad Hospital

    Pellet Horror:19 With Serious Eye Injuries Admitted In Hyderabad Hospital

    At least 19 students from Kashmir Valley with serious pellet injuries in eyes have been admitted in the L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) Hyderabad, courtesy-Non-Governmental Organization- ‘Help Foundation.’
  • Former Indian Home Secretary G.K. Pillai

    Pellet ‘non-lethal’ weapon: Fmr Home Secy

    Stating that Pakistan cannot be blamed for everything happening in Kashmir former Indian Home Secretary G.K. Pillai has said that “use of pellet guns in Kashmir has proved non-lethal as only 60 people have been killed in 48 days.” 
  • Govt Wooing Pvt Schools To Break Separatists’ Protest Roster

    Govt Wooing Pvt Schools To Break Separatists’ Protest Roster

    In yet another bid to break the protest calendar issued by the unified separatist leadership, the government has started ‘backchannel talks’ with some private schools asking them to resume business promising them of ‘requisite security.’
  • Geelani Letter To Army: Vacate From Kashmir

    Geelani Letter To Army: Vacate From Kashmir

    Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani has written an open letter to the GOC in-charge asking him to vacate Jammu and Kashmir.People in Jammu and Kashmir and all over the world are urged to mail this letter to Army,
  • Kashmiris want Azadi from India: Aiyar

    Kashmiris want Azadi from India: Aiyar

    Senior Congress leader and former Union minister Mani Shankar Aiyar recently concluded his Kashmir visit, has said Kashmir is not a developmental issue as the Kashmiris he had met demanded Aazadi-complete separation from India.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired an all-party meeting on Kashmir unrest on August,12,2016.

    All-Party Delegation May Visit Kashmir In First Week Of Sept

    An all party Parliamentary delegation is likely to visit Jammu and Kashmir in the first week of September and meet a cross section of people, amidst the ongoing unrest in Kashmir Valley.
  • Adviser to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz

    Pak Regrets India's Rejection Of 'Discuss Kashmir' Proposal

    Pakistan Friday "regretted" India's virtual rejection of its proposal for talks on Kashmir even as it briefed the ambassadors of the P-5 and European Union countries about the situation there in yet another attempt to internationalise .
  • UPDATE

    Govt Forces Kill Youth in Pulwama

    One youth was shot dead when govt forces opened fire on protestors in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Friday evening.Sources identified the slain youth as Shakeel Ahmad Ganai,  r/o Chandpora Rajpora.
  • Strict curfew after dusk in Kashmir makes life more difficult

    Strict curfew after dusk in Kashmir makes life more difficult

    "Bhago yahan se" (go away from here)--a voice suddenly booms from a dark corner of a street in curfew-bound Srinagar as dusk falls.This is the voice of a para-military personnel behind a concertina wire
  • UPDATE

    'Eidgah March':Geelani,Mirwaiz Arrested

    Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq were Friday arrested when they tried to march towards Eidgah .Hurriyat-G Chairman Syed Ali Shah was arrested by police and taken to Humhama Police Station