• UPDATE

    Curfew, Restrictions Re-imposed In Kashmir Valley

    Curfew, Restrictions Re-imposed In Kashmir Valley...Protests outside UN Office...Jamia Masjid Chalo: Police Arrest Geelani, Mirwaiz...Supreme Court Says, No To Imposition of Governors Rule In J&K.
  • KP

    No Pandit Camp Targeted During Unrest: Police

    SSP Baramulla, Imtiyaz Hussain Mir said that the Pandits who have protested “are lying”. “No stone pelting took place on any residential colony here. They are lying,” Mir said.
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    Cabinet to submit Expert Committee report on Pahari Speaking People to Centre

    The Cabinet which met here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti considered and approved the submission of the Report of the Committee of Experts constituted to study the ‘Socio-Economic Status
  •  Baseer Khan new Div Com Kashmir

    Baseer Khan is new Div Com Kashmir

    Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday shifted incumbent Divisional Commissioner Kashmir.Sources in the government said that cabinet which met here under CM Ms Mehbooba Mufti posted Baseer Ahmad Khan
  • Current Uprising Due To Unresolved Kashmir Issue, says KU Teachers

    On day 20th of current uprising in Kashmir, teachers at University of Kashmir on Thursday expressed “deep concern and shock” over spate of civilian killings by forces.
  • Demise of Sheikh Zakiri widely Condoled

    Demise of Sheikh Zakiri widely Condoled

    The demise of leading religious figure of Ladakh region, Sheikh Muhammad Hussain Zakiri has been widely condoled.Representative of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Syed Ali Khamenei in India, Hujatul-Islam Mahdi Mahdavipur
  • Security agencies haven’t learnt any lesson: MLA

    AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed today said that security agencies seem to have learned no lessons from whatsoever has been happening in the streets of Kashmir from last 20 days.
  • Ding Dong Battles: Young protesters clashed with armed forces throughout the day Thursday in various areas of Srinagar - Pix Abid Bhat

    Normal Life Paralysed For 20Th Day

    Capital city erupted yet again on Thursday as the youth clashed with armed forces in different areas while a large number of women folk took out a procession condemning nocturnal police raids and subsequent detention of youth.
  • ‘Make Jamia Masjid Chalo Grand Success,’ Hurriyat

    ‘Make Jamia Masjid Chalo Grand Success,’ Hurriyat

    Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani Thursday reiterated the protest programs and appealed people to make the ‘Jamia Chalo’ program a ‘grand’ success.
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    Rajnath To Visit Pak Amid Rising Tension

    India’s home minister will travel to Pakistan next week for a one-day regional meeting, New Delhi said on Thursday, as tensions flare between the nuclear-armed rivals over unrest in Kashmir.
  •  Mehbooba Says Burhan Was Not the Target

    Day 20: Mehbooba Says Burhan Was Not the Target

    In an attempt to douse the flames which engulfed the Valley following killing of popular militant commander Burhan Wani, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Thursday said the security forces “weren’t aware” about Wani’s presence during the enco
  • CM Released Reward Money for Burhan's Killing: NC

    CM Released Reward Money for Burhan's Killing: NC

    National Conference Thursday lashed out at the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for her what it described as “continued theatrical tendency to lie, deflect responsibility and spread canards”.
  • Restore 1953 Status Of Kashmir:Omar

    Restore 1953 Status Of Kashmir:Omar

    Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has said that it is the long pending demand of the National Conference that Jammu and Kashmir to be reverted back to the position where it stood in 1953.
  • Start Talks With Separatists: Dulat

    Start Talks With Separatists: Dulat

    India’s former Intelligence Chief Amar Singh Dulat Thursday advised New Delhi to start a fruitful dialogue with the people of Kashmir including separatist leadership of the State.He said Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani should not set any conditions.
  • ‘Pellet injured kids admitted in AIIMS were not part of any protest’

    ‘Pellet injured kids admitted in AIIMS were not part of any protest’

    The families of the all the five pellet wounded teenagers from Kashmir Valley admitted in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi have claimed that their affected kids were not part of protest when pellets.