Strongly advocating dialogue to address the political issues, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said violence has not changed anything in Kashmir but only brought miseries and bloodshed to the state.
The J&K High Court Bar Association Wednesday condemned in "strongest possible terms" the killing of Amir Gul of Pulwama and thrashing of people in Shopian, Noorbagh, Bandipora, Pulwama and many parts of the valley by the "ruthless forces".
Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday said that “inhumane” methods can’t break “resolve” of Kashmiris.“Government of India has established rule of lawlessness in the valley and provided free license to the forces t
Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived Srinagar on a two day visit to Jammu & Kashmir state early Wednesday morning and reviewed the security situation with top civil, army and police officials at a high level review meeting.
Government forces killed a teenager in the wee hours of Wednesday in Pulwama district of south Kashmir just hours before Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived here to review the prevailing situation. Hundreds of civilians are reported
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