Editorial (Express Tribune): Adding to the already tense atmosphere that surrounds India-Pakistan relations, there has been a deadly attack by militants on an Indian army camp close to Srinagar in Indian-occupied Kashmir.
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Srinagar(AP): Thousands of government forces have fanned out across the Indian portion of Kashmir to provide a security shield for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is scheduled to make a campaign speech in the region for local elections, police said Sunday.
Srinagar: At least eight Kashmiri students were admitted in a hospital after fellow students and local goons assaulted them allegedly with iron rods and other weapons at a college in Haryana on Saturday. One of the students, Mashoor Ali Wani, has been injured critically, his classmates told Greater Kashmir over phone from Yamuna Nagar area […]
Editorial (The News): In the most deadly attack since January 2013 on an Indian army installation in Held Kashmir, militants staged an audacious attack on a military camp located about 100 kilometers from Srinagar, and not far from the Line of Control.
Washington, DC(APP): The United States has cautioned against making any assumptions linking Pakistan to the latest violence in Indian-administered Kashmir, while also brushing aside the notion that last week’s meeting between army chief General Raheel Sharif and Secretary of State John Kerry was connected to the flare-up in the Uri area.
Srinagar(Indian Express)The BJP office in Rajbagh is abuzz with activity as workers are busy making arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally on Monday, which is seen as a climax of the party’s push in the Valley for the assembly elections.
Srinagar: In Indian admin Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed at Tral in Pulwama in the backdrop of arrest of at least ten youth from different localities of the town after a grenade attack.
Editorial (The Nation):The attack on an Indian Army camp in Uri, Baramulla District, which resulted in the deaths of 11 security personnel and 5 militants, comes two days ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit and during a time when the populace is showing substantial participation in the elections in Jammu and Kashmir.