Curfew and other restrictions continued in Kashmir as authorities on July 25 stepped up security in view of a march called by separatists to Anantnag district, which has seen the highest number of deaths during the unrest in the Valley.
To a question on whether there will be any talks with separatists, Singh said, 'Let normalcy be restored first. We will talk to the chief minister and we will work only after taking her into confidence. Let us first ensure that normalcy returns.
In a setback to the government's efforts to reach out to the people of Kashmir, prominent trade and commerce bodies here today refused to meet Home Minister Rajnath Singh,who is on a two-day visit to review the situation in the violence-hit Valley.
After almost all the trade bodies invited to have meetings with the visiting Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh politely refused the idea, the state government flew President of Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry to Srinagar for the meeting.
In a surprise move, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led coalition Govt has ‘secretly roped in’, a former police official to help it tackle situation in restive Kashmir, on boil since July 8, when Hizb commander Burhan Wani was killed.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court Saturday directed law enforcing agencies not to force closure of any medical shop and wherever necessary protection be provided for selling of the medicine as the state can’t allow people to suffer for want
Terming the unbridled use of force by Govt. forces who it accused of converting Kashmir into a “slaughter house”, the resistance leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik in a joint statement on Saturday said th
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Saturday visited this border town to meet the families of the victims of police firing.The Chief Minister was accompanied by Minister for Social Welfare, Sajad Gani Lone. Minister for Rural Development,
Independent MLA Engineer Rasheed Saturday said that the soul of the first prime minister of India won’t stay in peace until and unless the Republic of India holds plebiscite in Kashmir, as was promised by the late leader.
Former interlocutor Radha Kumar today said Kashmir needs a permanent solution and the cosmetic measures used over the years won’t work now.Speaking to Press Trust of Kashmir (PTK) over phone from Delhi,
The State Government Saturday said that over last more than 10 days, 2252 persons with minor and major injuries have been treated in various hospitals. Out of them, 2144 have been discharged after treatment