Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday blamed Pakistan for instigating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.Mehbooba told reporters after her meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi here that youth in the Kashmir
A 24-year-old youth drowned into Jehlum river after the government forces chased him in Sangam area of Anantnag district yesterday.The youth identified as Shahnawaz Ahmad son of Mohammad Iqbal Khan of Dadoo Marhama Bijeberha
The Supreme Court Friday said that nobody can be allowed to flare up tempers or incite violence in the Kashmir Valley and added that those acting against the interest of the country should be put behind bars.
Replying the questions by Media persons outside his residence before being arrested while leaving for Eidgah, chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani said that words like Insaniyat, Jamhuriyat and Kashmiriyat by Rajnath Singh, do not suit his deeds.
At least 19 students from Kashmir Valley with serious pellet injuries in eyes have been admitted in the L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) Hyderabad, courtesy-Non-Governmental Organization- ‘Help Foundation.’
Stating that Pakistan cannot be blamed for everything happening in Kashmir former Indian Home Secretary G.K. Pillai has said that “use of pellet guns in Kashmir has proved non-lethal as only 60 people have been killed in 48 days.”
In yet another bid to break the protest calendar issued by the unified separatist leadership, the government has started ‘backchannel talks’ with some private schools asking them to resume business promising them of ‘requisite security.’
Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani has written an open letter to the GOC in-charge asking him to vacate Jammu and Kashmir.People in Jammu and Kashmir and all over the world are urged to mail this letter to Army,