Slew of attacks in J&K points to Pakistan increasing infiltration attempts since Taliban takeover in Afghanistan
Indian and Pakistani troops in February reasserted their commitment to uphold the ceasefire agreement and hold fire along the LoC, which was welcomed by both the separatist and mainstream leaders
Kashmiri Hindus, Sikhs who withstood 90s exodus, now pack their bags after spate of attacks on minorities
The Sikh employees, working across various private and government positions, decided to suspend work while several Kashmiri Hindus moved out of the Valley to other parts of India.
An estimated 5 lakh Kashmiri Pandits migrated from Valley after the rise of armed militancy and are living in different parts of India with a majority of them settled in the Hindu majority Jammu region
In Kashmir, Syed Ali Shah Geelani's quiet burial prompts shutdown, triggers memories of 5 Aug 2019 curbs
Across Kashmir the markets remained shut while a heavy number of government force personnel deployed on the roads prevented both vehicular and pedestrian movement during the day.
Nearly 16.5 lakh people who have received the second vaccine dose form only 13 percent of Jammu and Kashmir’s population. The authorities have not been able to fully vaccinate their own healthcare workers and the government employees
The Jammu and Kashmir Police said that the recruitment was being held for two battalions of police, one each for the Jammu and Srinagar regions
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COVID-19 in Kashmir: Amid pandemic surge in Valley, negligent handling of samples for virus test sets alarm bells ringing
In view of the poor sample collection, the health authorities have been asked to ensure a better testing procedure and to improve the testing rate across Kashmir
COVID-19 vaccine shortages hit Kashmir Valley but inoculation drive on track in BJP-dominated plains
In Kashmir, the supplies are now running dry at nearly all the health centres in the last few days and none got vaccinated in most of the districts including the capital Srinagar
COVID-19 grips Kashmir as authorities limit testing, allow tourists, markets remain chock-a-block ahead of Eid
Medical experts have flagged the issue of the fast spread of COVID-19 in Kashmir which they said could further flare up
COVID patients in Srinagar struggle to get ICU beds as toll rises; UT govt warns against spreading 'rumours'
COVID-19 cases have seen a sharp rise in the last one month in Jammu and Kashmir with the number of active positive cases having crossed 30,000 on Saturday. The Srinagar district remains the worst hit with over 8,872 active cases and 546 deaths
The work on the oxygen plants at the government hospitals has been going on at a slow pace
Despite the talks, in Kashmir the curbs persist on separatist leaders, with some of them who are lodged in New Delhi's Tihar Jail even complaining of being denied medical attention
Seven militants, including Ansar Ghazwatul Hind chief, killed in two gunfights in Kashmir's Shopian, Pulwama
Incidents such as the February attack and Friday's twin encounters highlight that militancy has now spread all across Kashmir and more youngsters are picking up guns and joining new militant groups
Several of the candidates from smaller parties and independents won the District Development Commission (DDC) polls in Jammu And Kashmir on the promise that they were the right candidates to resolve the developmental issues
Govt assurances fail to convince J&K residents as law makes conversion of farmland for non-farming activity easy
Through the amendments in the Land Revenue Act, the government has made it possible to convert the agricultural land for any other purpose through the payment of a fee to the authorities.
Officials who have been testing the coronavirus samples of patients in different hospitals said in Kashmir that the staff was not fully trained to test the patients.
Centre halts probe in over 10,500 allegations of human rights violations against security forces in Kashmir
The authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have halted the investigation in tens of thousands of cases alleging human rights violation against the government and security forces before the region was converted into a Union Territory (UT) last year August.
Overcrowded prisons in Kashmir turn into COVID-19 epicentres: 35 fresh cases reported in Srinagar jail
The new 35 COVID-19 positive cases at one of the biggest prisons in Kashmir has come weeks after more than 90 inmates were found positive at the Anantnag jail. Capable of holding not more than 3,234 inmates, prisons in Jammu and Kashmir currently have 3,700 inmates.
Coronavirus Outbreak: In Kashmir, health surveys seeking phone numbers, Aadhaar details lead to privacy concerns
Efforts to collect phone numbers and Aadhaar numbers have met with resistance in Kashmir, and there have been several cases of health teams being attacked by people.