• UPDATE

    'Eidgah March':Geelani,Mirwaiz Arrested

    Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq were Friday arrested when they tried to march towards Eidgah .Hurriyat-G Chairman Syed Ali Shah was arrested by police and taken to Humhama Police Station
  • UPDATE

    Day 49:Curfew in several areas of Kashmir ahead of planned march

     Curfew was today extended to several areas of Kashmir to foil a planned march by separatists to Eidgah in old city area as normal life continued to remain paralysed for the 49th consecutive day in the Valley in the wake of violence .
  • Aasiyeh condemns mistreatment of journalist's by CM

    Aasiyeh condemns mistreatment of journalist's by CM

    Describing the CM, Mehbooba Mufti, as "manner-less" and "arrogant", chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi, on Thursday said that the treatment meted out to the journalists by Mehbooba
  • Decision on pellet guns soon

    Decision on pellet guns soon:Rajnath

    Union home minister Rajnath Singh here on Thursday declared that decision on a proposed move for a substitute to pellet guns will be announced in a few days.
  • Er Rashid

    Er Rashid meets Rajnath, seeks Plebiscite

    AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rashid today led a five member party delegation which met Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh and made it clear that the only solution to resolve Kashmir Dispute
  • Pakistan asks world community to play role to resolve Kashmir issue

    Pakistan asks world community to play role to resolve Kashmir issue

    Pakistan on Thursday asked the world community to play its role in the peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue, saying it wants to resolve it in a peaceful manner and through result-oriented and sustained dialogue.
  • Shabir Shah

    Mehbooba lacks common sense, her remarks expose her fully: Shabir Shah

    Reacting to the remarks of Home Minister Rajnath Singh and J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti in a joint press conference today, chairman of Democratic Freedom Party Shabir Ahmad Shah
  • Agitation to continue till ‘freedom’ from India

    Agitation to continue till ‘freedom’ from India

    To commemorate the anniversary of desecration of ‘Jamia Masjid’  Srinagar, a meeting was held at the residence of senior Hurriyat senior leader and president Anjuman-e-Shari Shian Aga Syed Hasan in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.
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    Inviting for talks through twitter a mockery: Malik

    Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JLKF), Muhammad Yasin Malik on Thursday said that by issuing invitations through twitter that too saying whoever wants to come is free to join.
  • Hope alternative to Pellets will not be lethal: Congress

    Hope alternative to Pellets will not be lethal: Congress

    Welcoming the initiative taken by Ministry of Home Affairs to ban Pellete in Kashmir, Congress today said that the Party has pressed for banning the Pellets during the meeting with Home Minister
  • ‘Unsettled’ Mehbooba Walks Out Of Rajnath’s Press Conference

    ‘Unsettled’ Mehbooba Walks Out Of Rajnath’s Press Conference

    Even as restive Kashmir continues to be on the edge for the running 48th day Thursday, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh’s press conference here turned into high voltage drama, when Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti lost her cool and aborted
  • Mehbooba Justifies Use Of Force On Protestors

    Mehbooba Justifies Use Of Force On Protestors

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday said the situation in 2016 was completely in contrast with that in 2010 when the uprising had begun after the reports of fake encounter in Machhil, shooting of cricket playing kids.
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    Mehbooba's Chai Cup ‘scoff’ enrages journalists

    Sriangar: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti lost her cool at a press conference on Thursday, ending it abruptly when journalists asked her questions about her role in dealing with the current unrest.
  • Normal Life Paralyzed For The 48th Consecutive Day

    Normal Life Paralyzed For The 48th Consecutive Day

    Kashmir valley continued to reel under curfew and restrictions for the 48th consecutive day as the separatists extended the protest shutdown till September 1.
  • At Least 3,000 injured in Pellet Firing

    At Least 3,000 injured in Pellet Firing

    Around 51 per cent of the 5,800 civilians injured in Kashmir in the ongoing violence were hit by pellets and most of them were in constituencies represented by the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in south Kashmir. Srinagar, Budgam.