Participants from Kashmir at a conference organised by the Information and Technology (IT) ministry here today protested over the issue of continued suspension of Internet services in the Valley for over 100 days.
In an effort to initiate track two diplomacy, a team set up by union government, comprising of six persons is likely to visit Kashmir on Tuesday.The team is also assigned to take assessment of the present situation in the Valley and to present
Home Minister Rajnath Singh today took stock of the situation along the International Border near Jammu where one BSF jawan was killed and three others were injured following heavy shelling and firing by Pakistani forces.
A militant was killed in an encounter with security forces in Kupwara district of Kashmiron Monday.Army personnel launched an anti-militancy operation in Lolab area of Kupwara district following information
Even as the government has tightened noose around its employees in Kashmir –sacking at least a dozen of them and filing dossiers against hundreds of others, the community has got support from various quarters including separatists
The 72nd meeting of the Board of Directors of Jammu & Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC) was held at the Civil Secretariat today under the chairpersonship of Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti.
Urging the Party Cadres and leaders to play the role of unifying force and defeat the designs of communal and divisive forces hells bent upon to disturb the communal harmony and secular fabric in the regions of the State,
Life remained adversely affected for the 106th consecutive day in the Valley due to separatist called protest shutdown. Police said that there were no curbs and curfew imposed in any part of the Valley
A massive protest was staged by locals in frontier district Kupwara after Army, Police and Para-military Central Reserve Police Force personnel in a joint operation arrested 55 people during pre-dawn crackdown on Saturday.