Article 370 revoked: Better governance, security crucial for success as Modi govt's new plan takes effect on ground
Though the immediate concerns of the Centre's decision to revoke Article 370 and bifurcate Jammu and Kashmir are political and based on security, subsequently, the effects of governance and administrative changes will draw more focus
While return of Kashmiri Pandits is a prominent poll issue, refugee community in Jammu is more pragmatic
There are around 1.2 lakh registered Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu. During elections, the government sets up polling booths for them in migrant colonies — in Jammu, Delhi and Udhampur — so they can elect leaders for the Kashmir Valley.
Jammu and Kashmir Police devises plan to ensure cops can safely visit home as attacks on personnel on leave rise
On the occasion of Eid on Wednesday, the militants killed three policemen including an officer in south Kashmir
Pellet guns have brought much more grief to the people of Jammu and Kashmir than the immediate searing pain in the lives of many. The state government has been of barely any help, and its rehab scheme is a sham.
Three civilians were killed in Kashmir's Kulgam district on Saturday bringing tension back to the Valley ahead of Burhan Wani's death anniversary on 8 July
UN report on alleged human rights violations in Kashmir is tilted heavily in Pakistan's favour, ignores need for army action
The UN report dedicates 33 pages on alleged human rights violations by India in Kashmir and a mere seven on the same by Pakistan.
Only 808 families comprising a total population of 2,864 of Kashmiri Pandits live across 242 towns and villages in the Valley today.
Meghna Gulzar's upcoming film Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal, is a first of its kind cinematic adaptation of Kashmir-set literature
Vidhu Vinod Chopra is home: Filmmaker returns to direction in hometown Srinagar for film based on Kashmiri Pandits exodus
Vidhu Vinod Chopra starts shooting with local Kashmiri talent for film tentatively titled Love Letters in Srinagar, returning to his homeland after 18 years
Prithvi Nath Kabu looks back on when the militants first came to Baramulla, and how the Kashmiri Pandits were terrorised into leaving home
Mehbooba's meeting with the Prime Minister is also taking place against the backdrop of recent bypoll to Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency which witnessed largescale violence and the lowest turnout ever.
The re-poll was ordered in Chadoora, Chrar-e-Sharief, Khansahib and Beerwah areas in Budgam after widespread street protests on Sunday killed eight people and saw only 7.4 percent voting.
Slamming those opposed to setting up of transit accommodation for Kashmiri Pandits in the valley, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today questioned how the return of "our people" could bring about a demographic change.