• CM Mehbooba Mufti handing-over appointment orders under SRO-43 to next of kin of the employees of Jammu division who died in harness.

    Dialogue only way forward to address Kashmir issue: CM

    Maintaining that violence will not help resolve issues, the Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today said that peace and dialogue is the only way forward towards addressing the Kashmir imbroglio.
  • Doda shuts against Kashmir killings and detention of local youth

    Doda shuts against Kashmir killings and detention of local youth

    A complete shutdown was observed in district Doda and other parts of Chenab valley by the members of members community in protest against the killings in Kashmir, random arrest of Muslim youth in Chenab Valley
  • ‘Sikh Intellectuals Circle’ pitches for plebecite for Kashmir

    ‘Sikh Intellectuals Circle’ pitches for plebecite for Kashmir

    While condemning the use of force on protesters, ‘Sikh Intellectuals Circle’ Monday said that Sikh community supports the ‘Right to Self Determination’ for Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Pattan trader booked under PSA; KEA threatens agitation

    Pattan trader booked under PSA; KEA threatens agitation

    Condemning the slapping of draconian PSA on Altaf Ahmad Waza, president Beopar Mandal Singpora, the Kashmir Economic Alliance led by Muhammad Yasin Khan Monday asked the government to release him forthwith or face “fury of business community.”
  • PM Doing Poetry On Kashmir: Azad

    Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann Ki Baat remark that "ekta" (unity) and "mamta" (compassion) are the key words to deal with Kashmir situation, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad
  • Officer For complaints Of Kashmiris

    A Joint Secretary-rank officer was today appointed in the Home Ministry as nodal officer for Jammu and Kashmir to address complaints of youths from the Valley facing harassment in different parts of the country.
  • ‘Drug Pedlar’ Kashmiri Woman Held With Hashish

    Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has claimed that it arrested a Kashmiri woman along with her two minor children while she was smuggling high quality hashish from North Kashmir to Mumbai city.
  • Emerging Intl K-Campaigns, Protest Outside NCCHR USA

    A silent protest demonstration against civilian killings and alleged human rights violations in Kashmir took place at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on Sunday, August 28
  • Incarcerated Mirwaiz Cautions People Against Anti-Resistance and Anti-Unity Forces

    All Parties Hurriyat Conference (m) Chairperson, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who has been arrested, in a statement issued from the jail Monday appealed people of Kashmir that Kashmir’s struggle for Right to Self Determination
  • Mobsters Attack Kashmir Observer Journalists

    Mobsters Attack Kashmir Observer Journalists

    Two private vehicles owned by Kashmir Observer staffers Monday came under severe attack from the stone pelters at two different locations in Srinagar and Pampore when they were on way to their office at Dalgate, injuring at least two journalists.
  • LAWDA removes four illegal structures around Dal Lake

    LAWDA removes four illegal structures around Dal Lake

    Continuing its demolition drive, the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) today removed four illegal structures at Brein Nishat and Lashkari Mohalla on Northern Foreshore Road.
  •  President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan

    Breaking bad news most difficult duty of a doctor: DAK

    While all doctors in clinical practice encounter situations entailing bad news Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that medical education in J&K offers no formal training for this daunting task.
  • Rasheed alleges manhandling as police foil his anti-army protest

    Rasheed alleges manhandling as police foil his anti-army protest

    Independent legislator and AIP supremo Er Rasheed was “dragged and abused” as police detained him on Monday to foil his attempts to hold a sit-in outside the army headquarters at Badami Bagh in Srinagar.
  •  Paramilitary CRPF and cops from Kashmir Police had a tough time negotiating with the stone-pelting youth on a day when the government decided to lift curfew in the restive Srinagar after 51 days. KO Pix Abid Bhat.

    Following Violence Curfew Reimposed

    A nearly two-month curfew in the restive Kashmir was partially lifted on Monday only to be largely re-imposed after fresh violence erupted in several parts of the capital, Srinagar.
  • No Blanket Ban On Pellets Guns In Kashmir

    No Blanket Ban On Pellets Guns In Kashmir

    Pellet guns, which are being used by security forces for crowd control in Jammu and Kashmir, will not be completely banned but will be fired in "rarest of rare cases", a top government official said on Monday.