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.
Terming as unfortunate the death of youngsters in the ongoing disturbances in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government today told the Supreme Court that a 26- year- old youth was killed by pellet injuries
As curfew and restrictions from various parts of the Valley have been lifted with signs of fragile calms and increasing movement of vehicles on roads, the patient rush in city hospitals has too witnessed an paralle increase.
The Supreme Court (SC) has without any “known reasons” deferred the October 3 hearing of the case of Manzoor Ahmed Dar of Rawalpora Srinagar who was taken away by army in 2002 and since then there are no whereabouts of him.
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
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
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.
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"
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.