• Two would-be grooms killed in road accidents in South Kashmir

    Two would-be grooms die in road accidents in South Kashmir

    Two Kashmiri youth who were scheduled to get married next month died in separate road accidents in South Kashmir’s twin districts of Kulgam and Anantnag. The erring drivers, one from Army fled from the spot while police registered cases to nab them.
  • J&K to get subsidized helicopter services

    The Government today accorded its approval for operation of helicopter services in the State of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh on a pilot basis in 10 sectors, as per the stipulation that the most inaccessible destination points should be chos
  • NRKs in America Unite,form Advocacy Group,To Work Cohesively For Kashmir

    While the Kashmir Valley is witnessing massive civil uprising, all Kashmiris living in North America (NRKs) formed a political advocacy group to facilitate a political solution to the Kashmir imbroglio.
  • Karimabad raid:5 including SPO booked under PSA

    Four people from South Kashmir including a policeman were booked under contentious Public Safety Act and shifted to Kathua Jail while four minors were lodged in Juvenile Jail from past 24 days.
  • Govt celebrating arrest of Kashmiri youth: KEA

    Accusing the government of waging a 'wicked war' against the majority community of the state, the Kashmir Economic Alliance Wednesday said  Muslims of Kashmir and Chenab Valleys were being arrested
  • Flashback-‘90s:A ‘forgotten letter’ from Kashmiri-Pandiths to Muslim brethren surfaces in social circles

    A copy of a letter believed to have been written in 1990s by Kashmiri Pandiths post-exodus to their Muslim brethren back in the homeland, has suddenly emerged as a curious case of revelations in the restive Valle
  • A contingent of Paramilitary CRPF undertaking a patrol in the Old City as the unrest in Kashmir entered its 82nd day on Wednesday. Abid Bhat/KO

    Kashmir Unrest:Protests,Shutdown Continue on 82nd day

    Curfew and severe restrictions were imposed in different parts of Kashmir Valley on Wednesday in wake of separatists call for freedom march. Life was crippled for the 82nd consecutive day due to curbs and shutdown
  • "WB 'Commits' To Fulfill Obligations Under Indus Treaty"

    "WB 'Commits' To Fulfill Obligations Under Indus Treaty"

    Pakistan Wednesday claimed the World Bank has "committed" itself to "timely fulfilling its obligations" under the Indus Water Treaty while remaining neutral as Islamabad approached the international lender amid reports
  • China Urges Pakistan, India To Solve Differences Over Kashmir

    China Urges Pakistan, India To Solve Differences Over Kashmir

    China on Wednesday called on Pakistan and India to solve their differences over Kashmir, as tensions mount between the nuclear-armed neighbours after an attack killed 18 Indian soldiers in the Valley.
  • White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest

    Resolve Differences Through Diplomacy: US

    The US has asked India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through diplomacy and not through violence.“We have continued to encourage India and Pakistan to find ways to resolve their differences,
  • Representational Picture

    Army Clarifies: Didn't Kill Any Infiltrators After Uri Attack

    The army on Wednesday denied killing 10 infiltrators along the LoC with Pakistan last week. The reported encounter was billed in media reports as an Indian strike-back after a militant attack in Uri left 18 soldiers dead.
  • One of the injured students of Haryana college incident.

    Sedition Filed Against Kashmiri Student;Many Beaten

    A Kashmiri student, who allegedly posted "anti-national" comments on Facebook after the Uri attack, has been booked on sedition charges.His comments had sparked protest by ABVP activists.
  • United Hurriyat extends shutdown to Oct 6

    Separatists Issue Fresh Protest Roster

    Separatists have extended strike call till October 6 in the Kashmir valley, where life remained crippled since July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander Burhan Wani
  • SAARC Conference In Pak Postponed, Confirm Official Sources

    SAARC Conference In Pak collapses

    The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit scheduled to take place in Islamabad in November has been postponed, officials confirmed Wednesday, after India and three other countries pulled out of the key South Asian summit.
  • Two would-be grooms killed in road accidents in South Kashmir

    Two would-be grooms killed in road accidents in south Kashmir

    Two Kashmiri youth who were scheduled to get married next month died in separate road accidents in South Kashmir on Wednesday. The erring drivers, one from Army fled from the spot while police registered cases to nab them.