Srinagar:A rights advocacy group, Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS), Wednesday said the former top cop, Ashiq Bukhari, should stand by his allegations against the former chief minister Omar Abdullah so that a crimal case is registered against him.
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JAMMU (By Ahmed Ali Fayaz): The former infamous counter-insurgency cop of Kashmir, Ashiq Bukhari, has claimed that the former chief minister, Omar Abdullah, wanted to see Masarat Alam dead and paid him a cash reward of INR 2.5 million after the senior Hurriyat leader’s arrest at the peak of 2010 Kashmir Uprising.
Srinagar, (By Niyaz Ellahi): Over 300 people mostly youth from Jammu and Kashmir implicated in anti-national cases are languishing in different jails of India. Scores of people from Kashmir Valley have also been languishing in different jails like Kot-Balwal, Kathau, Udhumpur and other jails of Jammu province. Twenty-eight Kashmiri’s are serving life imprisonment and most […]
Islamabad: As the world observes the International Women’s Day, today, the miseries and victimization of Kashmiri women by Indian troops and police personnel in occupied Kashmir continue unabated. According to a report released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, today, thousands of women were among […]
SRINAGAR (Junaid Nabi Bazaz): Pakistan’s thrilling win against South Africa in a World Cup match on Saturday was cathartic for Kashmiris in Indian held Kashmir, and the celebrations that erupted on streets gave the impression that people were purging the bitterness they had taken in when India defeated Pakistan comfortably in their first match.
Jammu (AFP): India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party was Sunday sworn into government in the country’s only Muslim-majority state for the first time after an historic power-sharing deal with a bitter regional rival.
Jammu: Asserting that there is no option other than talks with Pakistan over Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had deputed Foreign Secretary to begin talks with neighbouring country.
Srinagar: In Indian administrated Kashmir, Indian forces killed 9 Kashmiris during the last month of February. According to data issued by the Research Section of KMS, today, of those martyred one civilian was killed in police custody.
Jammu: The PDP-BJP coalition government today got off to a controversial start with Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed saying that credit for smooth conduct of J&K assembly polls must be given to “people from across the border” only to be contradicted by BJP central leadership which said it was due to efforts of the Election […]
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League (JKPFL), Imtiyaz Ahmed Shah in statement has paid rich tributes to Shabir Ahmed Mir and Muhammad Idrees Lone who were killed in Tral town.