• Militancy in Kashmir now has a new face: Tarigami

    Militancy in Kashmir now has a new face: Tarigami

    MLA Kulgam and CPI (M) State Secretary M Y Tarigami has said the unrest in Kashmir is a reflection of "a much deeper sense of alienation" from India.
  • Azad Restricts PC From Crossing ‘Congress Line’ On Kashmir

    Azad Restricts PC From Crossing ‘Congress Line’ On Kashmir

    Congress has asked senior member P Chidambaram to stick to the “party line” on Kashmir, in what appeared to be a rebuttal of his recent suggestion that the Union Government extend “greater autonomy to win” over people in the Valley.
  •  Ashoka University Students Demand Plebiscite For Kashmiris

    Ashoka University Students Demand Plebiscite For Kashmiris

    The students and alumni from prestigious Ashoka University has asked Government of India to go for referendum in Jammu and Kashmir and settle the Kashmir issue as per the wishes and aspirations of people of the state.
  • Rahul Gandhi, Vikramaditya, Mir visits pellet injured in AIIMS

    Rahul Gandhi, Vikramaditya, Mir visits pellet injured in AIIMS

    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi accompanied by JKPCC Chief G.A. Mir visited injured in AIIMS New Delhi, the youngsters with grievous injuries namely Insha (Sedho Shopian), Asif (Khanabl Anantag),Junaid
  • Srinagar city remained shut for the 19th consecutive day on Wednesday. -KO Pic Abid Bhat

    Kashmir Valley Locked Down, Curfew Re-imposed in Srinagar

    After relaxation period in curfew on Tuesday witnessed sporadic protests, authorities Wednesday re-imposed restrictions across Kashmir, including in most parts of the capital city, in the wake of Hurriyat call for march to Kulgam.
  • Ostracize Delhi’s ‘Local Collaborators’: Hurriyat

    Ostracise New Delhi’s ‘Local Collaborators’: Hurriyat

    The joint resistance leadership on Wednesday asked masses to “ostracize” the “local collaborators” at social as well at public levels.“The brazenness and starkness of India’s aggressive colonial approach towards the people of Kashmir .
  • What Next? Hurriyat Chalking Out ‘Concrete’ Plan As Protest Linger .KO PIX

    What Next? Hurriyat Chalking Out ‘Concrete’ Plan As Protests Linger

    At least 55 persons are dead, thousands are injured with dozens maimed for life in the span of 19 days (July 9-27). Trade bodies estimate financial losses suffered to the tune of 2280 crore rupees
  • In besieged Kashmir, Govt helpline helps those who help themselves

    In besieged Kashmir, Govt helpline helps those who help themselves

    The recently-launched government helpline for the besieged seven-million odd people of Kashmir has proved nothing beyond a “political stunt” by the ruling Peoples Democratic party –Bharatiya Janta Party alliance
  • Western Disturbances Bring Rains

    Western Disturbances Bring Rains

    Incessant rains since Wednesday dawn lashed Kashmir valley from one end to another. The rains, intermittently, continued for the day bringing down the temperatures and breaking the dry spell.
  •  Bar Team Visits Pellet Victims in SMHS

    SMHS Lacks Facility To Treat Eye Injuries : Bar

    Hospital authorities are falsely stating that they have enough faculty staff to treat the pellet victims , a team of Kashmir Bar Association which visited SMHS Hospital and interacted with the pellet victims there said on Wednesday.
  • Govt will redouble efforts to make up for losses suffered: Mehbooba

    Govt will redouble efforts to make up for losses suffered: Mehbooba

    Seeking people’s cooperation in shaping up a politically stable and economically emancipated Jammu & Kashmir, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today said the political and developmental process and good governance
  • PDP Minister Says New Delhi Not Sincere Towards People Of Kashmir

    PDP Minister Says New Delhi Not Sincere Towards People Of Kashmir

    A People’s Democratic Party Minister Wednesday revealed that New Delhi is not sincere towards the people of Kashmir and it forgets that Kashmir is a dispute and people of Jammu and Kashmir are important party to this issue that anyhow need.
  • UPDATE

    Govt Re-imposes Curfew in Srinagar After Tuesday Clashes

    Government on Wednesday re-imposed curfew in Srinagar parts on after protests erupted in Srinagar on Tuesday when curfew was lifted in the summer capital.
  • Protest

    Mobs Rule Streets As Govt Lifts Curfew, Hurriyat Hartal

    After remaining confined to their homes for 17 days without any break residents came out of their homes after authorities lifted curfew and separatist leadership announced a break in shutdown only to be forced back by groups of youth.
  • 1 killed, 8 Injured on Tuesday

    1 killed, 8 Injured on Tuesday

    Eight persons including a 15 year old boy and a woman got injured after forces fired pellets on protestors on Tuesday in South Kashmir.A 61-year-old man died after he was caught in clashes at Eidgah in old city.