• Kashmiri participants protest against Internet ban at IT conference in Delhi

    Kashmiri participants protest against Internet ban at IT conference in Delhi

    Participants from Kashmir at a conference organised by the Information and Technology (IT) ministry here today protested over the issue of continued suspension of Internet services in the Valley for over 100 days.
  • Sources told KNS that the team headed by former Union Minister for External Affairs Yashwant Sinha, will reach Valley on Tuesday afternoon.

    Track II diplomacy likely to begin in Valley tomorrow

    In an effort to initiate track two diplomacy, a team set up by union government, comprising of six persons is likely to visit Kashmir on Tuesday.The team is also assigned to take assessment of the present situation in the Valley and to present
  • PUCL team concludes Kashmir visit,Issues ‘observations’

    PUCL team concludes Kashmir visit,Issues ‘observations’

    An all India team of the PUCL visited the Kashmir valley after the 100th day of people’s protests beginning 9th July and the government clampdown that were taking place there. 
  • Rajnath takes stock of border situation,speaks to BSF DG

    Rajnath takes stock of border situation,speaks to BSF DG

     Home Minister Rajnath Singh today took stock of the situation along the International Border near Jammu where one BSF jawan was killed and three others were injured following heavy shelling and firing by Pakistani forces.
  • Representational Pic

    Militant killed in Kupwara gunfight

    A militant was killed in an encounter with security forces in Kupwara district of Kashmiron Monday.Army personnel launched an anti-militancy operation in Lolab area of Kupwara district following information
  • Representational Pic

    BSF man killed as India Pak exchange fire on Jammu border

    A BSF jawan was killed  while four including two women got injured on Monday as India and Pakistan exchanged heavy fire and shelling in several sectors along the International Border in Jammu district.
  • Bijbehara Massacre: Collage of the slain.

    23 years of Bijbehara Massacre:‘Guilty yet to be punished’

    A pro-freedom rally was organized at Jamia Masjid Bijbehara in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Saturday to remember the victims of “Bijbehara massacre” on their 23rd anniversary.
  • India, Pakistan not at brink of war: Omar

    India, Pakistan not at brink of war: Omar

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said he doesn’t see any imminent war looming between India and Pakistan despite the heightened tensions along the LoC.
  • NISA under Udaan ignore Kashmir Youth for recruitment

    NISA under Udaan ignore Kashmiri Youth for recruitment

    National Skill development corporation government of India under Udaan Scheme supposed to give employment to Jammu and Kashmir youth through NISA, are allegedly ignoring the youth from Kashmir.
  • Sacked employees get support from many quarters

    Sacked employees get support from many quarters

    Even as the government has tightened noose around its employees in Kashmir –sacking at least a dozen of them and filing dossiers against hundreds of others, the community has got support from various quarters including separatists
  • CM Mehbooba Mufti chairing 72nd meeting of JKSPDC Board

    Mehbooba for expediting execution of power projects in State Sector

    The 72nd meeting of the Board of Directors of Jammu & Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC) was held at the Civil Secretariat today under the chairpersonship of Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti.
  • Congress Committed to maintain integrity of the State. G.A.Mir

    'Congress Committed to maintain integrity of the State'

    Urging the Party Cadres and leaders to play the role of unifying force and defeat the designs of communal and divisive forces hells bent upon to disturb the communal harmony and secular fabric in the regions of the State,
  • Tug of War? : A Maisuma resident being pulled by opposite parties on Saturday on Saturday. Abid Bhat/Ko

    Day 106: Kashmir Simmers As Hartal Rules, Clashes Continue

    Life remained adversely affected for the 106th consecutive day in the Valley due to separatist called protest shutdown. Police said that there were no curbs and curfew imposed in any part of the Valley
  • Representational Pic

    55 People Arrested In Pre-Dawn Crackdown In Kupwara

    A massive protest was staged by locals in frontier district Kupwara after Army, Police and Para-military Central Reserve Police Force personnel in a joint operation arrested 55 people during pre-dawn crackdown on Saturday.
  •  Hanafia School Anantnag in Flames.

    Masked Men Set School Building On Fire

    During the dead of the night, unidentified masked men set Government Higher Secondary School building on fire in Bugam area of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district.