• 2 Soldiers, 5 Militants Killed in Kupwara Gunbattle

    2 Soldiers, 5 Militants Killed in Gunbattle

    Indian Army suffered first casualties this year when two of its personnel were killed in a fierce gun battle with militants in Zunreshi Chowkibal area of frontier district Kupwara. Five militants were also killed during the encounter
  • LeT pays tribute to slain militants

    Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Saturday paid rich tribute to the militants killed during a gun fight with armed forces at Marsari Chowkibal area of Kupwara district.
  • Madhav-Mehbooba Meet Likely Today

    Initially, Mehbooba, who is tipped to be the next chief minister if PDP and BJP form the government again, refused to take oath of office during the mourning period for her father. The PDP president then started dragging her feet on government format
  • Mirwaiz Meets Indian Muslim Ulema

    Al-Qaeda, Daesh No Way Linked to Kashmir Movement: Mirwaiz

    Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who also heads moderate faction of the Hurriyat Conference, told leading Indian Muslim clergy that struggle in Kashmir was a resistance movement which had no links to so called global Jihadi groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS or Daesh
  • Banihal

    6 Killed, 8 Hurt in Banihal Mishap

    The deceased according to the official have been identified as Nazir Ahmad son of Mohammad Bhat, Gh Rasool son of Fatah Wani, Ghulam Nabi son of Fatah Wani, Aashiq Hussain son of Gh Nabi, Mohammad Yusuf son of Fatah Reshi and Mushtaq Ahmad son of Raz
  • 'Dry weather to prevail for 3 days'

    After two days of snow and rains, weather marked an improvement at most places in Kashmir and Ladakh region owing to overcast conditions even as the Meteorological Department predicted mainly dry weather over three days from Sunday.
  • 7th Std Student Axes Father To Death

    In a bizarre incident a 14 year old boy hacked his father to death in an Anantnag village and later tried to place the blame on unknown persons to escape arrest. However Police Saturday said it has resolved the blind murder case and arrested.
  • Endangered Snow Leopard Chases Foreign Tourists in Gulmarg

    An endangered snow leopard chased a group of foreign tourists, while they were skiing in the snow-covered slopes of Gulmarg. A video of this encounter posted on Facebook by a member of the group has gone viral.
  • JK player jumps from moving train

    A J&K Handball team player, Leela Devi was admitted to hospital of Nagina on Friday afternoon after she jumped off a moving train to recover her mobile phone.
  • SSB exams to be video recorded

    Divisional Commissioner (Kashmir) Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon on Saturday said that scheduled Service Selection Board (SSB) examinations would be held under complete video-cum-security surveillance to ensure the process.
  • JK Cadre Officer Passes Away

    The IAS officer of 2008 batch, Meena was presently on deputation to the Central Government as Private Secretary to Minister of State (Water Resources). He had earlier worked in Jammu and Kashmir as SDM Reasi, SDM Doda.
  • Kashmiri

    Kashmiris pitted against fellow Kashmiris?

    We Kashmiris have become so small minded that we will accept self torment if only some other Kashmiri suffers the same or even worse. We will accept an outsider- give him/her the moon but when it comes to fellow Kashmiris, we will ensure he/she is gi
  • PDP City Unit Reaffirms Faith in Ms Mufti

    The Peoples Democratic Party Srinagar unit Saturday declared its unflinching faith in the leadership of Mehbooba Mufti saying she holds a promise to the people of the state to accomplish the party objectives.
  • National Lok Adalat held at Srinagar

    National Lok Adalat was held today in Srinagar at District Court Complex Sannat Ghar Bemina under the supervision of second Additional District and Sessions Judge Srinagar where seven cases
  • Shutdown, stone pelting won’t resolve K-issue, find alternate: KRG to separatists

    Kashmir Reform Group, a group of students and businessman Saturday hold rally in Srinagar’s Press Enclave and were seeking an alternate to precede the ongoing freedom struggle in Kashmir.