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.
Members of an all-party delegation, scheduled to visit Jammu and Kashmir from September 4, are free to meet separatist’s leaders in the Valley but Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who will be leading the team, will talk to only those who
Reacting over the remarks made by Goverdhan Peethadhishwar Shankaracharya Adhokshjanand Devtirth who favoured plebiscite on both sides of Kashmir for a permanent solution of the problem, Hindu scholar and civil society member .
The government was taken by surprise by the current phase of violence in Kashmir and there was initial confusion in the response, BJP general secretary and Delhi’s point man in the Valley, Ram Madhav, said on Monday.
As part of its probe into ‘suspicious’ bank accounts, the NIA has summoned Naeem Geelani, elder son of hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, for recording his statement in connection with a Preliminary Enquiry registered.
After authorities lifted curfew from Kashmir except three places on Monday,clashes erupted in several parts of Srinagar.Youths came out on roads in Nawpora area and started stone pelting amid pro-freedom protests, said reports.
uthorities on Monday lifted curfew from Kashmir after 51 days since the ongoing uprising began on July 9, officials said."Curfew has been lifted from the entire Valley. But, it will remain in force in Pulwama town and in areas under the juris
Indian people along-with its armed forces are our brothers as per our faith, said chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Geelani before being arrested while leaving for Badami Bagh Cantonmen
Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir (JeI) Saturday said that the chain of terrible excesses started by Indian forces after Burhan Wani got martyred, against peaceful protestors and public mobs in the valley is going on unabated.