• United Hurriyat extends shutdown to Oct 6

    United Hurriyat extends shutdown to Oct 6

    The united resistance camp  on Wednesday announced a new protest calendar, extending the shutdown until Oct 6.Here is the protest calendar:From 6 pm (Thursday Evening), March one and all from the entire Jammu & Kashmir towards the Lalchowk.
  • 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.
  • Geelani Surprised as How Members of UN Listened to Lies of Delhi

    Geelani Surprised as How Members of UN Listened to Lies of Delhi

    All Parties Hurriyat Conference chief Syed Ali Geelani on Monday said the statement speech made by Foreign Minister Ms Sushma Swaraj in United Nations General Assembly was “full of lies, deceit, arrogance
  • Students protest in Ajas:‘No exams until Kashmir issue is resolved’

    Students protest in Ajas:‘No exams until Kashmir issue is resolved’

      Kashmiri students on Tuesday hit to roads for the second consecutive day and this time students mostly girls staged protest in Ajas Bandipora in North Kashmir stating that government is using them as a shield to show the world that nothing is wrong
  • Zulfkar urges people to check lavish marriage spendings

    Zulfkar urges people to check lavish marriage spendings

    Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCSC&A) Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali Tuesday urged people to refrain from making lavish spending on social functions.
  • ‘Transfer mafia’ active in CAPD,Officials seeks bribe for every transfer

    ‘Transfer mafia’ active in CAPD,Officials seeks bribe for every transfer

    Consumers Affairs and Public Distribution Department in Kashmir Valley has allegedly become a hub of corruption as reports are pouring in that top officials demand hefty bribe from employees to get transferred to the desired places.
  • Revocation Of Indus Treaty Would Be ‘Act Of War’: Pak

    Revocation Of Indus Treaty 'Would Be An Act Of War’: Pak

    Treaty survived wars of 1965 and 1971 and was not even suspended during Kargil and Siachin conflicts. “The treaty is quoted as most successful water treaty between the two countries and its revocation can be taken as an act of war"
  • PM to review MFN status to Pakistan

    PM to review MFN status to Pakistan

    India will review the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status given to Pakistan at a meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday .
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    Day 81:Clashes,Protests Continue In Restive Kashmir

    Normal life remained paralyzed in Kashmir for the consecutive 81st day on Tuesday due to a shutdown called by separatists and restrictions imposed by the authorities.
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    Vehicle Comes Under Mob Attack, Knocks Down 2 Sisters

    Two sisters, Fauzia (20) and Nadia (18), were hit by an SUV (sports utility vehicle) that was reversing in panic after it came under barrage of stones near Rogan Gali at Parimpora area here, a police spokesperson said.
  • Curfew Continues For 3rd Day In Kishtwar

    Curfew Continues For 3rd Day In Kishtwar

    The curfew imposed in Kishtwar district following a stone pelting incident triggered by arrest of three separatists remained in force for the third day yesterday.
  • Cross Loc Trade Resumes After Months Of Closure

    Amid Tough Talking By India, Cross-Loc Trade Resumes

    At a time when India is discussing options including review of Indus Water Treaty and Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan after recent deadly militant attack on army base in Uri, the cross-LoC trade
  • Former Indian ambassador MK Bhadrakumar speaking at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi. Image credit: Hindustan Times

    'Our Leadership,Media Making Public Delusional About Pakistan'

    A former Indian diplomat, M.K. Bhadrakumar has criticized the Indian media as well as the “bombastic” [Indian] leadership for misleading and making the Indian public “delusional” on Pakistan.
  • Zee Zindagi Stops Pakistani shows

    Zee Zindagi Stops Pakistani shows

     Zindagi, which became popular for bringing stories from Pakistan on Indian small screen, is now coming up with new Indian and Turkish dramas after announcing discontinuation of shows from the neighbouring country.
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    Day 81:Curfew Lifted,Shutdown Continues

    No area in Kashmir is under curfew today, but restrictions on the assembly of people are in place in many parts of the Valley as a precautionary measure, a police official told PTI