To keep the unrest in Kashmir going on, the separatists Wednesday extended their strike call and agitation till September 1 and announced a new calendar of protests, including a march to Srinagar-based Army headquarters on the weekend.
The Centre is open to talk to every person who believes in ‘Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat’ to resolve ongoing unrest in parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said Thursday and hoped that the crisis will end soon
As Home Minister Rajnath Singh embarked on a two-day visit to Kashmir today as part of governments outreach, Congress said the Centre should talk with all stakeholders including non-mainstream parties and youth.
The head priest at Hindu Martand Temple in South Kashmir’s Mattan area of Islamabad district Wednesday refuted the news reports that temple has been attacked by stone-pelters saying that some hate-mongers especially from Kashmir Pandit comm
In an apparent U-turn in its policy towards the “protection” of Hurriyat Conference leadership in restive Kashmir, the state government is contemplating to reduce their security cover, at least in case of Valley’s head priest and senior sep
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