AIP President Er Rasheed while reacting to murder of 28 year old Danish Manzoor in Nadihal Baramulla at the hands of government forces, today said that incident exposes the nefarious designs of Indian state
J&K Government has suspended two of its employees in Banihal district for “taking part in protests”. Reportedly, the suspension order in this regard was issued by Deputy Commissioner Ramban on August 12.
Directorate of Health Services Kashmir (DHSK) in collaboration with Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, (SKIMS) organized a special clinic at District Hospital Baramulla which was inaugurated by Dr Saleem-ur-Rehman,
Dr G M Hubi has been booked under draconian Public Safety Act (PSA) and shifted to Kot Balwal Jail Jammu.Family sources told CNS that Hubi was shifted to Kot Balwal Jail on Tuesday night. He was earlier arrested
mid pro-freedom slogans, hundreds of people offered congregational Zuhr prayers on road in Budgam town on Wednesday. The prayers were led by senior Hurriyat leader and president Anjuman-e-Sharie Shiayan Aga Syed Hasan Al-Musawi .
In order to acquaint the farmers with the latest techniques involved in the field of agriculture, Jammu & Kashmir State Advisory Board for Development of Kissans today organized an awareness camp cum Kissan Mela at Indoor Stadium, Kargi
Protests erupted at many places in Kashmir on Wednesday after authorities lifted a curfew throughout the valley for the first time in 54 days. A teenager was killed and several others were injured in clashes between stone-throwing protesters
The separatist camp Wednesday extended the shutdown call in Kashmir till September 8, asking people to “occupy” Srinagar Airport road and Lal Chowk on September 3 and 4, the days when an all-party delegation led by Union Home Minister
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) does not alter China’s long-standing Kashmir policy that the issue should be resolved bilaterally between India and Pakistan, foreign ministry said on Wednesday, as it pushed for the early completion.
A delegation of prominent Muslim leaders will visit Jammu And Kashmir soon as part of an unofficial initiative to help bring peace in Kashmir Valley, which has been witnessing unrest for more than 50 days.