• HarperCollins to launch Shahnaz Bashir’s ‘Scattered Souls’

    HarperCollins to launch Shahnaz Bashir’s ‘Scattered Souls’

    Fourth Estate HarperCollins Publishers has announced that it will publish ‘Scattered Souls’ a collection of short stories by a young Kashmiri author Shahnaz Bashir on November 7 2016.
  • Syed Ali Geelani with Yashwant Sinha led Team at his Hyderpora residence

    Sinha led delegation holds second round with Geelani

    Hurriyat Conference (G) said that 3 members of the Indian delegation headed by Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha, today called on the chairman Hurriyat (G), Syed Ali Geelani at 10 am at his Hyderpora residence,
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    Two vehicles torched in Srinagar

    Though police claimed to have arrested 15 persons involved in setting 13 vehicles on fire, the unidentified persons on Thursday continue to torch vehicles in Srinagar.
  • Shia mourners defy curfew in Shalimar, take out Muharram procession

    Scores of Shia mourners on Thursday defied curfew in Shalimar area of Srinagar to mark the martyrdom of  Imam Ali ibn al-Hussain (RA).Restrictions had been imposed in Shalimar area Srinagar where a procession was scheduled to be held.
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    BSF soldier killed,11 civilians injured in cross-border firing

    A BSF personnel was killed and eleven civilians were injured on Thursday as Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged fire along the border in Jammu disrict.
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    Day 111:Govt School torched in Pattan

    Unidentified persons torched a government school building in Pattan area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district late last night.Reports said that Government Primary School Tapper Pattan was gutted in the blaze.
  • Oct 27th is a “black day” for people of JK: Mirwaiz

    Oct 27th is a “black day” for people of JK: Mirwaiz

    With over 100 people brutally killed, hundreds blinded and maimed, thousands injured large number of people arrested illegally, entire leadership curbed and all imaginable atrocities continuously being committed,
  • Malik terms Oct 27 as ‘blackest day’ in JK history

    Malik terms Oct 27 as ‘blackest day’ in JK history

    Terming 27th October as the ‘blackest day’ of Jammu Kashmir history, Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik on Wednesday said that Indian army occupied Jammu Kashmir
  • Police to use multipurpose nafri-guard to prevent loss of lives during protest

    Police to use 'multipurpose nafri guard' to-prevent loss of lives during protest

    With a view to avoid casualties, Jammu and Kashmir Police has fabricated a road barrier called “Multipurpose Nafri Guard”, which is first of its type in the country to deal with the violent mobs.
  •  ‘Kashmiris see Indian Army As An Occupation Force,’ says Rashid

    ‘Kashmiris see Indian Army As An Occupation Force,’ says Rashid

    Awami Ittihaad Party (AIP) chief and MLA Langate Er Rashid Wednesday asked Indian army and rulers to introspect why has army as an institution “failed” to gain the same respect in the hearts of Kashmiris as it has been enjoying elsewhere in India.
  • ‘Use of Bleaching powder hits fish production in nallah Sindh’

    ‘Use of Bleaching powder hits fish production in nallah Sindh’

    The local populace in and around Nallah Sindh in various villages of Ganderbal have resorted to another technique of catching fishes, that has in turn drastically affected the fish production in the river.
  • Day 110:Continued Hartal Cripples Normal Life

    Valley Remains Shut On Day 110

    Life remained affected in Kashmir Valley for the 110th consecutive day today due to the strike called by separatists, even as the summer capital continued to witness movement of private transport in some parts.
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    Shutdown Extended Till Nov 3

    Syed Ali Shah Geelani led 'Joint Resistance Camp', comprising of the two factions of the Hurriyat Conference and JKLF released its latest protest calendar Wednesday evening.
  • ‘Nightingale Of Kashmir' Raj Begum Dies At 89

    ‘Nightingale Of Kashmir' No More

    Raj Begum, whose captivating voice earned her the title of 'Nightingale of Kashmir', passed away here this morning. Begum, 89, breathed her last at her daughter's residence in Chanapora locality. Besides her daughter, two sons survive her.
  • Yashwant Sinha taking to media persons after meeting trade body

    Visiting Delhi Delegation Says Got Positive Response

    Former Union Finance Minister of India Yashwant Sinha Wednesday said that the visiting delegation got a positive feedback from all the stakeholders from Kashmir Valley.