• Kashmir to get two new passenger trains tomorrow

    Kashmir to get two new passenger trains tomorrow

    Kashmir Valley is all set to get two more passenger trains from Northern Railways, which will have limited stops between Baramulla and Banihal.With the addition of two more trains, .
  • Incidents in Kashmir blown out of proportion: Alok Nath

    Veteran actor Alok Nath, who is in the city to shoot for his upcoming film Sargoshiyan, says the situation in Kashmir is normal but even minor incidents in the Valley are blown out of proportion.
  • Pak PM writes to Yasin Malik

    Pakistan deputy high commissioner in India, Syed Hyder Shah along with first secretary met ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik at Delhi Fortis hospital where he is undergoing treatment from last three days
  • Tipper rolls down in Chenab, 3 feared dead

    Three persons are feared dead in a road mishap in Doda district.Reports and police officials said that a tipper skidded off the road and plunged into the Chenab river in Doda district Wednesday morning.
  • Minor raped in Bandipora, accused arrested

    Police on Monday arrested an accused who had kidnapped and raped a minor girl in Malangam area of Bandipora in North Kashmir. Police said a girl aged 15 was kidnapped from her home in Malangam on May 2
  •  Migrant transit camp in south Kashmir's Vessu(Qazigund).

    We Don't Want Ghettos: KPs

    The ‘composite township’ for internally displaced Kashmiri Pandits, which had sparked widespread uproar last year, could soon become a reality in Kashmir, as the Centre has asked Mehbooba Mufti led PDP-BJP coalition government to identify land
  • Muslims, Pandits won’t tolerate ghettoes: Hurriyat (G)

    'Muslims,Pandits won’t tolerate ghettoes'

    Terming the rigidness of Government of India over the setting up of the “composite townships” for the Kashmiri Pandits as “unjustified”, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g) Wednesday cautioned that the “division of Kashmiris.
  • Congress against separate KP settlement

    Congress against separate KP settlement

    Reacting to the assertions made by Minister of State for Home Affairs in Parliament that there was no proposal under consideration of Government of India to withdraw the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from J&K, Congress Wednesday.
  • Will NEET protect 50% reservation for girls in J&K, asks Omar

    Will NEET protect 50% reservation for girls in J&K, asks Omar

    Working president of the main opposition National Conference (NC) Omar Abdullah wanted to know if girls students will continue to get reservation of 50 per cent seats in the state under National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET)
  • Omar has forgotten who disempowered Kashmiris: Naeem

    Omar has forgotten who disempowered Kashmiris: Naeem

    Peoples Democratic Party Wednesday said that the government took an immediate action on National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) decision of the Supreme Court by filing a prompt application against the applicability of the order to the state.
  • Teacher beats minor students, admitted in hospital

    Teacher beats minor students, admitted in hospital

    Two minor students were Wednesday admitted in a hospital in Handwara in Kupwara district after a teacher ‘ruthlessly’ beat them in a government school.
  • WhatsApp news groups : Police to conduct background checks

    WhatsApp news groups : Police to conduct background checks

    With authorities in Kashmir tightening the noose on social media to control the dissemination of information, WhatsApp news groups have started submitting their mandatory registration applications.
  • Handwara killings: HC dismisses petition seeking judicial probe

    Handwara killings: HC dismisses petition seeking judicial probe

    High Court Wednesday rejected a petition seeking judicial probe into the killings of civilians in Handwara last month.The petition was submitted by the Kashmir High Court Bar Association (KHCBA).
  • HC stays closure of 45 brick kilns

    HC stays closure of 45 brick kilns

    Jammu and Kashmir High Court today ordered the stay of 45 brick kilns and 24x7 pharmacy shops functional in the government hospitals.In a petition filed by the owners of 45 brick kiln units challenging the order of Regional Director State Pollution
  • Journalists protest against ‘New Advertisement Policy’

    Journalists protest against ‘New Advertisement Policy’

    On World Freedom Press Day, police on Tuesday foiled “newspaper owners” march to Chief Minister’s residence and detained scores of scribes who staged protest against the government’s new advertisement policy.