• Soz for restoring 1953 position in J&K

    Soz for restoring 1953 position in J&K

    Advocating for restoring 1953 position in Jammu and Kashmir, former Union Minister and senior Congress leader Prof Saifuddin Soz said Pakistan should also give a similar kind of autonomy to Gilgit and Baltistan
  •  Mehbooba Mufti inaugurating a new building for the Government Degree College in Rajouri.

    People of J&K principal stakeholders in resolution process: Mehbooba

    Calling for creating a new basis of legitimacy for the peace and resolution process to take shape, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today said the challenge before the leadership of the State
  • Hurriyat (G) Asks People Not To Take ‘Undue Advantage of Emergency

    Hurriyat (G) on Tuesday said that employees, traders, transporters and factories are “united in their resolve”.“People of Jammu and Kashmir have risked their everything for the movement,
  • Markets Open In Anantnag,Srinagar Following Hurriyat Deal

    For the first since July 09, 2016, markets opened in South Kashmir’s Islamabad district Tuesday evening.Similarly, in summer capital Srinagar, markets in and around Lal Chowk, opened this evening.
  • ‘Time to address Kashmir crisis with India',NRKs letter to John Kerry

    Non-Resident Kashmiris from United States of America have addressed a letter to Secretary of US Department of State John Kerry on the occasion of his visit to India.
  • Militants to keep aloof from people sponsored rallies: UJC

    United Jihad Council (UJC) Chief Syed Salahuddin has asked people in Kashmir to keep an eye on “Indian agents”, who he said were trying to infiltrate into pro-freedom rallies.
  • Azad concerned over detention of Govt employees

    Former Chief Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad here on Tuesday expressed serious concern over the detention of government employees during the ongoing unrest in the Valley.
  • BSF withdrawn from valley

    BSF withdrawn from valley

     With curfew lifted from all but two police station areas of Kashmir, BSF troops deployed to quell street protests were today withdrawn suddenly and replaced by the CRPF, barely a week after deployment.
  • Day 53: Shutdown, Protests Continue in Valley

    Day 53:Shutdown,Clashes Continue

    A complete shutdown was observed on 53rd consecutive day Tuesday in Kashmir even though the curfew was relaxed for the second consecutive day except few areas. Clashes and protests were reported throughout the day in various places.
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    'Children should be in schools, not on streets'

    Urging the youth in Kashmir to focus on studies, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the rightful place for our children is in the educational institutions like IITs, IIMs, engineering, medical, dental colleges and not on the streets.
  • Manohar Parrikar

    Small group holding majority to ransom:Parrikar

    Alleging that forces across the border are fomenting trouble in violence-hit Kashmir, Defence minister Manohar Parrikar has said that "a small percentage" of people in the Valley are holding the majority to ransom.
  • Rajnath led All Party Delegation to reach Kashmir on Sep 4

    Rajnath led All Party Delegation to reach Kashmir on Sep 4

    An all-party delegation which will be led by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Jammu and Kashmir on September 4.The delegation is expected to interact with a cross section of people as part of efforts to bring peace in the Valley.
  •  Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday formally launched the Ujala Scheme in Jammu

    Amid Andhera in Kashmir, Govt celebrates Ujala in Jammu

    Call it fate or coincidence, but exactly on the day,when Kashmir was reeling under dark spell of “worst-ever” curfew for the 50th consecutive day, the state government launched Ujala scheme in Jammu.
  • Continuous use of pellets amounts to betrayal: Azad

    Continuous use of pellets amounts to betrayal: Azad

    Stating the continuous use of pellets in Kashmir amounts to betrayal, senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Ghulam Nabi Azad today said  it is very sad that the demand made by all party leaders in both houses of Parliament
  • Army man killed in Jammu

    An army man was killed on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district even as the army claimed to have foiled an infiltration bid from across the Line of Control (LoC), defence sources told a news gathering agency.