Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said he will hold talks with various stakeholders in Kashmir and invited all those who believe in 'Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat' as he arrived here on a two-day visit under Centre's outreach
Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti Tuesday said that the PDP has been able to inspire confidence, among a majority of the people in all the regions of the state, about its ability to solve the multiple problems faced by Jammu and Kashmir.
Congress leader P Chidambaram on Tuesday said the meeting between a delegation of Jammu and kashmir Opposition parties and the Prime Minister must be welcomed if it is the first sign of "fresh thinking"
Yet one more time, a civil society group from India backed by the incumbent Central Government is arriving in Kashmir in coming week to “clear the misconception among people of Kashmir that India doesn’t care for them.”
Independent MLA representing Langate, Engineer Rasheed on Tuesday ridiculed the statement of CM Ms Mehbooba Mufti in which she had said that “only 5% of people are responsible” for current situation in Kashmir.
People from Kashmir Valley Tuesday accused the State government of leaving Hajj pilgrims in lurch in Madina, Saudi Arabia. The relatives of these pilgrims said government has not handed over even the belongings of pilgrims to them.
Minister of Education Naeem Akhtar has directed the officials to complete the recruitment process of vocational teachers in selected schools in Kashmir division on fast track basis so that government schools
Senior resistance leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Tuesday sent an SOS letter to Pope Fransis in Vatican, the Dalai lama, Imam Ka’ba, Shankrachrya and ambassadors of various countries in New Delhi, UN, EU
At least 16 people have been injured after government forces in fired bullets and shotgun pellets to break up protests in the restive Kashmir on the 46th day since protests broke out following the killing of the militant leader Burhan Wani on July
Former Defence Minister A K Antony on Tuesday said the situation in Kashmir would "explode" and go out of hand if urgent steps were not initiated to find a solution, as he demanded that an all-party delegation be immediately sent to the Valley.
India and Pakistan will not be able to find a solution to the Kashmir problem on their own, moderate Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said Tuesday as he wrote letters to several religious leaders across the world, including Pope Francis,
A day after Education Minister, Naeem Akhter directed the authorities to conduct school exams “on time” in restive Kashmir, which is witnessing “worst-ever” humanitarian crises –security forces on Tuesday occupied two more leading schools i