• Effectively and practically speaking, young boys have taken over Kashmir. KO lensman Abid Bhat captured this scene in the curfew bound old city on Saturday.

    Day 22:Protests Fail to Die Down, SOG Opens Fire In Shopian

    More than three weeks of curfew and restrictions have failed to dampen the rage sweeping Kashmir valley with reports of protests and clashes pouring in from various parts of the Valley.
  • Hurriyat Issues New Protest Calendar

    Hurriyat Issues New Protest Calendar

    The ‘united resistance leadership’ issued a new protest calendar on Saturday. The protest program is, as issued by Hurriyat Conference, reproduced here:
  • Non-bailable Warrant Against SSP Srinagar for Disobedience

    Tengpora Killing Case:Non-bailable Warrant Against SSP Srinagar for Disobedience

    A local court here Saturday issued non-bailable warrant against Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar, Amit Kumar for defying orders whereby he was directed to lodge FIR against a Dy SP Shaheed Gunj, Yasir Qadri accused of cold-blooded
  • Yasin Malik Shifted To Central Jail

    Yasin Malik Shifted To Central Jail

    Jammu Kashmir liberation front (JKLF) Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik was shifted to central jail Srinagar on Saturday.He was arrested by police on 8th July 2016 and since then remained in police custody at police station Kothibagh.
  • US Expresses ‘Concern’ Over Kashmir Unrest

    US ‘Concerned’ Over Kashmir Unrest

    The United States has expressed concerns over the recent unrest in Kashmir and called on “all sides” to make efforts to find a peaceful solution to the issue.
  •  2 militants, 2 soldiers killed on LOC

    2 Soldiers Among 4 Killed on LOC

    The Army on Saturday foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Naugam sector of Kashmir’s Kupwara district by killing two militants in an operation that also left two soldiers dead.
  • Migrant Camp in Jammu (Representational Picture)

    How A Middle Rung Official Left J&K Govt Red Faced

    Stepping into shoes much bigger than authority assigned to him, a middle-rung government official, working in the office of PRO to Chief Minister’s Advisor, Prof Amitabh Mattoo has left the government red-faced.
  • Playing political games on Kashmir would be dangerous: Yechury

    Playing political games on Kashmir would be dangerous: Yechury

    Reiterating their demand for calling all parties meeting and political dialogue with “all stakeholders” on Kashmir issue, CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury said that the party was seriously concerned about the ongoing situation.
  • Rasheed Accuses KP Employees Of Getting Benefits Out Of Kashmir’s Suffering

    Rasheed Accuses KP Employees Of Getting Benefits Out Of Kashmir’s Suffering

    AIP chief and MLA Langate Er Rasheed Saturday condemned the “behaviour” of Kashmiri Pandit migrant employees.“Their unjustified and illogic demand to seek transfers from valley has yet again exposed their anti-Kashmiri sentiments and stand
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    Amir’s body reaches home after 10 days

    The family of a youth, who as per South African authorities had died in an accident there ten days ago, has contested the claims and called his death as “murder”.
  •  'Militant posters ask people to continue agitation till freedom'

    'Militant posters ask people to continue agitation till freedom'

    Days after the killing of top militant commander Burhan Wani, whose death has triggered massive uprising in Kashmir, fresh militant posters have appeared in parts of restive south Kashmir appealing people to continue with the ongoing agitation
  • Man killed in Rafiabad was active member of Hurriyat

    A day after unidentified gunmen shot dead a shopkeeper from a point blank range at Rafiabad in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, Hurriyat (G) said that deceased was an active member of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat
  • UPDATE

    US Concerned Over Kashmir Unrest

    US Concerned Over Kashmir Unrest,says in touch with Indian Govt ... CJM issues non-bailable warrant against SSP Srinagar...2 militants, 2 soldiers killed in Kupwara...Kashmir Unrest: Pakistan Bar associations present memorandum to UN office.
  • Retained pellets in body cause lead poisoning: DAK

    Retained pellets in body cause lead poisoning: DAK

    With hundreds of people in Kashmir having retained pellets, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today revealed that embedded pellets in their bodies have the potential to cause severe lead poisoning.
  • 'Security agencies enjoy impunity to kill Kashmiris'

    'Security agencies enjoy impunity to kill Kashmiris'

    AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed has said that whatsoever CM has been speaking in media over Burhan’s death has exposed the functioning security agencies