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Oct 20, 2017
Jammu and Kashmir: Grenade hurled at PDP MLA Mushtaq Ahmad Shah's house; no injuries reportedTerrorists hurled a grenade at the house of PDP MLA Mushtaq Ahmad on Friday in Tral district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Sep 21, 2017
Tral grenade attack : J&K minister Naeem Akhtar condemns killing, says attackers are not friends of IslamAfter his narrow escape in the militant attack in Tral, Jammu and Kashmir minister Naeem Akhtar said those behind the strike were friends of neither Kashmir nor Islam.
Sep 21, 2017
Tral attack: Amid political will to rekindle touch with citizens, Kashmir security apparatus gears up for more terror strikesA year since Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter, the Jammu and Kashmir state government has embarked on an ambitious plan to connect with the people
Sep 21, 2017
Tral attack may augur escalation in violence in Kashmir, as militancy continues to rise after Burhan Wani's killingThe attack on the motorcade of Jammu and Kashmir’s Public Works Minister Naeem Akhtar on Thursday is one more indication that a horrifically lethal militancy lies ahead.
Jul 02, 2017
Jammu & Kashmir minister asks 'social media leader' Omar Abdullah to counter negative publicity against stateA Jammu and Kashmir minister has appealed to former chief minister Omar Abdullah to leverage his fan following on social media to counter "negative publicity by a section of national electronic media" against Kashmir.
Mar 24, 2017
J&K by-polls: PDP faces internal turmoil as Shia MLA protests against key Mehbooba Mufti aideThe split within the PDP came to the fore on Friday with party’s important Shia leader protesting against Mehbooba Mufti's aide chairing party leaders' meet.
Nov 27, 2016
Kashmir: Literacy without learning a 'ticking time-bomb', says education min Naeem AkhtarBut Jammu and Kashmir’s education minister Naeem Akhtar was in a feisty mood on Friday evening.
Nov 14, 2016
Kashmir: One lakh students to take secondary school exams despite burning of schoolsOver one lakh students are scheduled to take secondary school exams beginning in Kashmir on Monday following adequate security arrangements in the valley.
Nov 01, 2016
Kashmir unrest: Burning schools shut down valley; security men tied down amid increasing infiltrationThe burning of schools in Kashmir indicates that a very smart strategist is coordinating the unfolding challenge to the Indian state. The objective is multi-layered.
Sep 14, 2016
Kashmir unrest: Curfew on Eid-ul Adha was unfortunate but necessary, says ministerJammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday said the imposition of curfew on Eid-ul Adha on Tuesday was a "very unfortunate" decision which it was "compelled" to take to save the lives since the separatists had given a call for a march to the United Nations office.