Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said he will hold talks with various stakeholders in Kashmir and invited all those who believe in 'Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat' as he arrived here on a two-day visit under Centre's outreach
A group that campaigns for stricter arms sales controls said on Monday that Western powers were breaking international law by selling vast amounts of weapons to Saudi Arabia that are being used to hit civilians in Yemen.
Violent protesters attacked an ARY News office in the Saddar area of the metropolis on Monday evening, which resulted in clash between police and the angry mob — killing one person and injuring several others
In a carefully calibrated statement on Balochistan, the United States on Monday stayed away from an Indian effort to generate an international controversy over the restive province and instead urged all parties
A day after he referred to Pakistan as "a cancer for the entire world", Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Tuesday apologised to Army Chief General Raheel Sharif and Director General (DG) Rangers Major General Bilal Akber for his v
A Karnataka lawyer has approached a court demanding sedition charges be filed against actress-turned-politician Ramya for praising Pakistanis, triggering a controversy with many saying the colonial-era law is being used to curb free speech.
Hundreds of people came out on roads soon after news spread that forces have raided the area.Local sources said that cops of JKP including SOG personnel along with CRPF personnel reached Natipora Tuesday evening.
Welcoming the government decision to start prescription audit in hospitals, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that it is an instrument to enhance the quality of health care and ensure the safety of patients
Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti Tuesday said that the PDP has been able to inspire confidence, among a majority of the people in all the regions of the state, about its ability to solve the multiple problems faced by Jammu and Kashmir.
Congress leader P Chidambaram on Tuesday said the meeting between a delegation of Jammu and kashmir Opposition parties and the Prime Minister must be welcomed if it is the first sign of "fresh thinking"
Yet one more time, a civil society group from India backed by the incumbent Central Government is arriving in Kashmir in coming week to “clear the misconception among people of Kashmir that India doesn’t care for them.”