• Normal Life Paralyzed For The 48th Consecutive Day

    Normal Life Paralyzed For The 48th Consecutive Day

    Kashmir valley continued to reel under curfew and restrictions for the 48th consecutive day as the separatists extended the protest shutdown till September 1.
  • At Least 3,000 injured in Pellet Firing

    At Least 3,000 injured in Pellet Firing

    Around 51 per cent of the 5,800 civilians injured in Kashmir in the ongoing violence were hit by pellets and most of them were in constituencies represented by the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in south Kashmir. Srinagar, Budgam.
  • Chilli-Filled Pava Shells To Replace Pellet Guns

    Chilli-Filled Pava Shells To Replace Pellet Guns

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday promised to look into alternatives to pellet guns at the press conference here in Srinagar.According to the reports, an expert committee constituted by the Union Home Ministry to find alternatives.
  • India Rejects Pak Offer To Discuss Kashmir

    India Rejects Pak Offer To Discuss Kashmir

    India has once again rejected Pakistan's latest invitation for talks on Kashmir, saying it is willing to discuss cross-border terrorism which was its "core concern".
  • ‘Missing’ Garav Ram Responsible For Defunct BSNL Phones

    ‘Missing’ Garav Ram Responsible For Defunct BSNL Phones

    A Bharat Sanchar Nigham Ltd. (BSNL) telecom junior engineer who has reportedly gone missing is the most wanted man as the cellphones in Pattan and adjacent areas of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district are completely defunct.
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    Those killed in Kashmir hadn't gone to buy milk, toffee: Mehbooba

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday said those hit by bullets or pellets had not gone to fetch milk or toffees.Addressing a press conference here with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh,
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    All-Party Delegation To Visit Kashmir: Rajnath

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that he has told Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that an all-party delegation would be sent to Kashmir.
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    Alternatives to pellet guns in few days: Rajnath

    As the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir continued for the 48th day, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said an alternative to pellet guns will be proposed within a few days in the wake of widespread criticism of the crowd-control device that ha
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    Mehbooba, Rajnath address joint press conference

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are addressing a joint news conference in Srinagar.Mehbooba reiterated that only 5 per cent people were on the streets in Kashmir valley.
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    Rajnath meets Mehbooba

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday met Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to discuss security situation, Press Trust of India reported. 
  • Chief Minister said while handing over appointment orders under SRO-43 to the next of kin of such government employees who have died in harness.

    'Violence won’t resolve issues, it only inflicts pain'

    Strongly advocating dialogue to address the political issues, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said violence has not changed anything in Kashmir but only brought miseries and bloodshed to the state.
  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani

    ‘Jobs Package A Means To Detract Youths from Freedom Movement'

    All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g) chairperson Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday said that as Muslims people should believe in Almighty Allah and seek His help and guidance.
  • Bar requests Amnesty to send teams to Kashmir

    Bar requests Amnesty to send teams to Kashmir

    The J&K High Court Bar Association Wednesday condemned in "strongest possible terms" the killing of Amir Gul of Pulwama and thrashing of people in Shopian, Noorbagh, Bandipora, Pulwama and many parts of the valley by the "ruthless forces".
  • Kashmir can't be solved under Indian or Pakistani constitutions: Mirwaiz

    Kashmir can't be solved under Indian or Pakistani constitutions: Mirwaiz

    Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today said Kashmir issue can neither be solved within the ambit of the Indian or Pakistani constitutions.
  • ‘Inhumane Methods Can’t Break Resolve of Kashmiris’

    Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday said that “inhumane” methods can’t break “resolve” of Kashmiris.“Government of India has established rule of lawlessness in the valley and provided free license to the forces t