But as the history shows the militancy has gone on. And it will unlikely die down as long as the conflict over Kashmir lingers. For militancy to end India and Pakistan need to resolve Kashmir
IGP Kashmir, Munir Khan said that forces are ready to accept surrender of local militants even during gunfights and would be provided every support if they want to join mainstream.
The most powerful bomb blast ever witnessed in Somalia's capital killed 276 people with around 300 others injured, the country's information minister said early Monday, making it the deadlies
"Some people are accusing security forces of braid chopping only to create an unrest. We have formed teams in every area to provide assistance but people don't step forward for help."
The government actions have a public element and there should be fairness and equality in all provinces of the society, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has said while allowing a petition
Police said that the militants fired upon Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh (50) near his residence at Huomhuna, Imamsahab at around 8:05 pm. “The gunmen took Sheikh outside his house
The traders’ community has resented the government move to construct a Marriage Hall in the heart of the bustling Gonikhan market here in Srinagar city.
People in many areas had sleepless nights with wild rumours making rounds. Police on the other hand remained adamant ruling out criminal angle and dismissing allegations that the security agencies
Justifying the State government’s move to exclude the Taj Mahal from its list of tourism sites, Mr. Som on Sunday said it was built by “tyrants” who worked to destroy the Hindus of Uttar Pradesh
Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Geelani Monday expressed deep concern over the increasing braid chopping incidents and said that it has given rise to scare and fear as now burglary
“The department has degraded itself into a fief with apparently self-projection as the sole business. There is complete collapse of communication between the media and the department,” KEG said.
Taking a strong note of the reports of non-availability of specialist doctors in the far flung and rural areas, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti Monday sought a status report within a week’s time
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