Day 81:Curfew Lifted,Shutdown Continues

    No area in Kashmir is under curfew today, but restrictions on the assembly of people are in place in many parts of the Valley as a precautionary measure, a police official told PTI
  • Tengpora youth died of pellet injures: Govt to SC

    Tengpora youth died of pellet injures: Govt to SC

    Terming as unfortunate the death of youngsters in the ongoing situation in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government today told the Supreme Court that a 26 year old youth was killed by pellet injuries and not shot at point-blank as claimed by his fathe

    Pro-freedom protests aftermath:Curfew & night raids continue in Kishtwar

    As night raids continue in Kishtwar district of Chenab Valley in Jammu region to nab those who raised pro-Kashmir freedom slogans and participated in protest marches against civilian killings in Kashmir,
  • Transportation of Fruit: Veeri for regulation of freight charges

    Taking strong note of the overcharging of freight for transportation of apple boxes, Minister for Public Works and Parliamentary affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri Monday directed concerned officers to regulate
  • Despite heightened tension between Indo-Pak, Karvan-e-Aman bus run continues

    Despite heightened tension between India and Pakistan after Uri fidayeen attack that left 18 soldiers dead and as many injured, the Karvan-e-Aman bus operating between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad,
  • Mehbooba reviews key developmental projects of Rajouri, Poonch districts

    The Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti Monday took a comprehensive review of key developmental projects in the Pir Panchal districts of Rajouri and Poonch at a high level meeting convened, here this morning.
  • A prominent city school premises present a deserted look.

    Schools Force Parents To Pay For Curfewed Period

    With all the educational institutions in the Kashmir Valley shut for last nearly three months, various private schools have begun pressing parents to deposit fee for the period of unrest as well.
  • Keep Education Out Of Politics, Pleads Min

    Keep Education Out Of Politics, Pleads Min

    Pleading for keeping academia out of politics, Minister of Education, Naeem Akhtar Monday said that despite arduous challenges in sight, the Government would move ahead with its mission of reforming and revolutionizing J&K’s education sector
  • Kashmir An Integral Part Of India: Swaraj At UNGA

    Swaraj At UNGA: Kashmir An Integral Part Of India

    Targetting Pakistan squarely, India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday told the United Nations that Jammu and Kashmir is an inalienable part of the country and nobody can wrest it away by force.
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    Pakistan: Swaraj disowned UN resolutions at UN

    “Can Indian EAM explain that if Kashmir is an ‘integral part of India, why is it on the Agenda of Security Council’,” Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said on Twitter.
  • Blood And Water Can't Flow Together: Modi

    'Blood And Water Can't Flow Together'

    Amid heightened tension between India and Pakistan after 18 soldiers were killed in Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday chaired a high-level meeting in New Delhi to review the Indus Waters Treaty
  • Security personnel patrolling in Jamia Market at Nowhatta in down town Srinagar aimed all business establishments and shops closed on a general strike call given by separatists entered 80th consecutive day on Monday.

    Kashmir Shut For 80th Day

    A complete shutdown was observed across Kashmir Valley on 80th day of the ongoing mass uprising while clashes and protests erupted at multiple places during the day.
  • Grenade attack in Anantnag, 5 CRPF men injured

    At least Five Para-military Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were injured after suspected militants tossed a grenade over them in Wonpou area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
  • Maneka Gandhi Aghast At Killing Of Bakerwal Horses By Army

    Maneka Gandhi Aghast At Killing Of Bakerwal Horses By Army

    Reacting to the killing of 13 horses belonging to the nomadic Bakerwal community allegedly by the Indian army, Union Cabinet Minister for Women & Child Development, Maneka Gandhi, Monday, said that army should explain why they killed.
  • Govt works out modalities to secure place for Srinagar in 'Smart Cities' list

    Govt Hires ‘C-Grade’ Consultants To Prepare Srinagar’s Smart Cities Report

    Even as the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP)-Bharatiya Janta Party(BJP) alliance boasts to secure place for Srinagar in the ambitious list of Smart Cities, the state government has hired an allegedly “C-grade” consultant to prepare Detailed Project.