• 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
  • Senior Hurriyat leader and President Anjuman Sharie Shiayan Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi was detained along with his associates in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

    Police foil pro-freedom procession in Budgam

    Police Friday foiled the pro-freedom procession led by senior Hurriyat leader and president Anjuman Sharie Shiayan Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district and detained him along with his associates.
  •  For Attention Of CET Aspirants

    For Attention Of CET Aspirants

    According to Deputy Commissioner, Budgam, the candidates appearing in upcoming Common Entrance Test (CET) on July31, 2016 will be provided transport facility on the day of Examination.
  • UN

    Friday Rage: 100’s Injured in Clashes on Day 21 Amid Curfew

    Over 100 people, including some policemen, were injured on Friday, the 21st consecutive day of rage in the Kashmir Valley, with reports of widespread protests and subsequent clashes between protesters and riot police coming in from all across Valley.
  • Clash

    Protesters Knock UN Gates, Teargassed

    Police and paramilitary forces used tear smoke shells to stop a group of protesters from submitting a memorandum to the United Nation’s Military Observer’s Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) in Srinagar on Friday.
  • Now nocturnal raids unleash terror, spark fresh protests

    Now nocturnal raids unleash terror, spark fresh protests

    As if the chronic siege of Kashmir since July 8 was not enough, the police and paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force(CRPF) have started nocturnal raids –to apprehend youth –furthering widespread protests across the restive Valley.
  • BurhanFuneral

    Burhan Encounter: Omar Says Mehbooba Lying To Provoke BJP

    Reacting sharply to Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti’s claims that she was unaware of killing of Burhan Wani, her predecessor Omar Abdullah Friday said he would go by the statement of Police that she was in know of the encounter.
  •  Pakistan’s former National Security Advisor General Mahmud Ali Durrani

    Ex Pak NSA Says, Army In-charge of Foreign Policy On India

    Pakistan’s former National Security Advisor General Mahmud Ali Durrani said that the peace with India would be impossible if Pakistan military is not taken on board.
  • SC Directs GOI to File Status Report on Kashmir Situation

    SC Directs GOI to File Status Report on Kashmir Situation

    A Division Bench of Supreme today issued notice to the Solicitor General of India to file a status report on the writ petition filed by J&K National Panthers Party through its General Secretary, B.S. Billowria, Advocate.
  • A Major Reshuffle in Administration

    A Major Reshuffle in Administration

    Gripped with massive unrest in which around 55 people have been killed, the Mehbooba Mufti led government has posted Baseer Ahmed Khan as the new Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir replacing Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon.
  • SC dismisses plea for Central rule in JK

    Top Court Dismisses Plea for Central Rule in J&K

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to impose Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir, but asked the union government for a status report on the ground level situation, reports said.
  • UPDATE

    Day 21 : Curfew, Restrictions Re-imposed In Kashmir Valley

    Curfew, Restrictions Re-imposed In Kashmir Valley...Protests outside UN Office...Clashes erupt throughout Valley...Jamia Masjid Chalo: Police Arrest Geelani, Mirwaiz...Supreme Court Says, No To Imposition of Governors Rule In J&K.
  • KP

    No Pandit Camp Targeted During Unrest: Police

    SSP Baramulla, Imtiyaz Hussain Mir said that the Pandits who have protested “are lying”. “No stone pelting took place on any residential colony here. They are lying,” Mir said.
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    Cabinet to submit Expert Committee report on Pahari Speaking People to Centre

    The Cabinet which met here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti considered and approved the submission of the Report of the Committee of Experts constituted to study the ‘Socio-Economic Status