Srinagar: The pro-freedom leaders today held a peaceful protest demonstration at Nowhata Chowk against the “vague and unclear policy” of state government regarding the Sainik and Pandit colonies and in favour of the release of political prisoners before the Eid in which hundreds of people participated. The protest demonstration was led by JKLF leader Mohammad […]
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Srinagar: Police on Wednesday prevented angry protesters who tried to set ablaze house of an alleged army informer in Lolab area of frontier district of Kupwara. The protesters were marching towards the house of the accused when a police party stopped them.
Srinagar, June 29: The ugly fight between the Indian Army and the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to claim credit for killing the two Militants, who reportedly attacked a convoy, is a dangerous reminder of the stark fact that Indian armed forces are competing with each other for ‘kills’, said a report published in […]
Srinagar: Over 200 persons, including 36 foreigners and four non-state subjects, are lodged in various jails in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with “militancy-related” cases, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today. A total of 209 persons – 169 state subjects, four non-state subjects and 36 foreigners – are lodged in “militancy-related” cases in various jails […]
11,270 border firing incidents reported in JK in 14 years Srinagar, Jun 29 2016 : Cross border firing between India and Pakistan has consumed 313 lives, injuring 1046 persons in Jammu and Kashmir during last 14 years, government revealed in Legislative Council on Tuesday. In a written reply to MLC Naresh Kumar Gupta’s question on […]
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Satraj Aziz, on Wednesday said India was avoiding dialogue with Pakistan because that meant issues such as Kashmir will have to be negotiated, reported Radio Pakistan. Contradicting Indian premier Narendra Modi’s recent statement in which he placed the onus of stalled talks on Pakistan, Aziz asserted Pakistan was […]