[By Muhammad Aslam Mir] For the last one week, people across Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) have been continuously condemning the rising human rights violations in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) and the recent killings of more than 20 Kashmiris at the hand of Indian armed forces. Following the latest bloodbath in IHK, All […]
By M A Mir “After news of the incident broke, protesters gathered in the Abbaspur market and staged an anti-India rally condemning Indian aggression” MUZAFFARABAD: Three UN observers narrowly escaped the Indian army’s attack along the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Wednesday with two civilians being seriously injured in […]
Obituary: Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan [By Khizar Hayat Abbasi] Admired by millions, Sardar Muhammad Abdul Qayyum Khan was laid to rest on Saturday amidst elaborate Islamic rituals at his ancestral home in small picturesque village of Ghaziabad in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
(By MA Mir) MUZAFFARABAD: The recent flash floods in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) have caused an estimated damage worth Rs4.3 billion to infrastructure and affected 46,489 people in total, killing 64 and injuring 129 of them.
Muzaffarabad: senior Kashmiri independence fighter tells Al Jazeera he would welcome the ‘help’ of the Taliban. Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir – Formed in 1989, Hizb-ul-Mujahideen has been at the forefront of the fight against the Indian army in Indian-administered Kashmir. Led by Syed Salahuddin, who is currently resident in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi, the group has […]
“You would expect terrorists to carry weapons like the AK-56″, a senior Jammu and Kashmir-based army officer said, “but I can’t understand what they’d be doing with a 12-bore gun, which is typically used for hunting small prey”.
Srinagar, Aug 6: A clash along the Line of Control in Machil sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on July 30—in which Army claimed to have killed four infiltrators— has come under cloud following reports that the killed men were hunters. On August 04 it was reported by media in Pakistan that four persons hailing from Neelam Valley Kel Azad Kashmir, Pakistan were kidnapped by Indian army while plucking herbs near Kel Sect of LoC.
Tags: INdo-Pak trade ties, Kashmir dispute, LOC, cross-LOC trade, cross-LoC dialogue, Women activists to form a cross-LoC coalition for peace in Kashmir Muzaffarabad 8 Nov 2012:Now that a group of women activists from Jammu & Kashmir were allowed to cross over the Line of Control into `Azad Jammu & Kashmir’ (AJK) on Monday last for […]
MUZAFFARABAD Nov 6, 2012: The first-ever delegation of women activists from Jammu and Kashmir on Monday crossed the Line of Control (LoC) near Chakothi into Azad (AJK) Kashmir Pakistan to attend a 3-day conference starting here Tuesday. The delegation was received at Chakoti bridge with schoolchildren singing songs to welcome the guests. The visit of […]
Saturday, April 28, 2012 Islamabad: There is hardly any AJK women narrative on the Kashmir conflict and their voices are missing in the peace-building processes in Kashmir. This was stated by Dr Shaheen Akhtar, senior Research Fellow, at the Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), here on Friday. She was the main speaker at a discussion […]
(Express Tribune) ISLAMABAD 12 april: Pakistan has agreed to allow a group of Indian journalists to travel to its part of Kashmir and the tribal areas in a rare development that indicates gradual normalisation of ties between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. The Indian delegation, comprising journalists from print and electronic media, was due to arrive […]