Government forces have sealed entire civil lines in Srinagar, to foil " Lal Chowk challo" march called by separatists today. Both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference (HC) and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front
Army confirmed that a soldier attached with the 37 Rashtriya Rifles has inadvertently crossed over to the other side of the Line of Control.
Army however said the captured soldier was not connected to the cross-LoC surgical strike.
Expressing grave concern over the escalation of the situation along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the confrontation could lead to a disaster of epic proportions if urgent steps
Protest erupted in Karimabad hamlet of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district after Army according to locals destroyed more than 500 apple boxes kept by a farmer on the road to load them in a truck on Thursday.
Hurriyat Conference (M) today said military aggression and war is no solution to any problem, it instead worsens problems further which the three previous wars between both the two countries have shown.
As India on Thursday claimed that it went for surgical strikes inside Pakistan territory, people in Kashmir were busy talking about the ‘imminent’ war threat while according to reports government employees abandoned their offices
Mustafa Kamal, a leader of the opposition National Conference party in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday said India has violated the sovereignty of Pakistan by allowing the army to conduct surgical strikes across the Line of Control.
Syed Ali Geelani Thursday paid rich tributes to Hazrat Imam-e-Hussain (RA) and his companions.Geelani said that the fight of Karbala, 1400 years ago, was not just a battle between two forces, but it was a fight between two ideologies.
India Thursday said it conducted "surgical strikes" Wednesday night on “terrorist launch pads" inside Pakistan controlled Kashmir, marking a steep rise in tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals.
At least two Pakistan Army soldiers were killed as Indian troops fired across the Line of Control in Pakistani side of Kashmir, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Thursday, dismissing the Indian claim of ‘surgical strikes.’
Authorities have asked people within the target of Pakistani troops to restrict their movement. Though we were not directed to leave our villages, but asked to restrict our movement, a resident of border town of Gurez, Mohammad Yousuf