Ghulam Nabi Azad meets Farooq Abdullah after NC chief's release from detention, seeks statehood, release of other detained leaders
Azad said he met Abdullah on behalf of his party as well as all those MPs and parties who have been raising their voice inside Parliament and outside for the release of Jammu and Kashmir leaders.
Jammu and Kashmir visit by foreign envoys not a guided tour, Congress' criticism is unfounded, says External Affairs Ministry
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said a similar visit to Kashmir can be organised in future including by EU envoys.
Envoys from 16 nations, including US, on two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir starting today; will meet L-G GC Murmu, civil society members
This will be the second visit of a foreign delegation to Jammu and Kashmir since the Centre's move to revoke the state's special status and bifurcated it into two Union territories, Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir.
From doctors to engineering students, Kashmiris kicked off WhatsApp lament loss of patient data, access to online courses
Those outside Kashmir noticed that their relatives, friends and colleagues were leaving WhatsApp groups in droves. The news came as a shock to citizens from the Valley who have not been able to use the internet for the past four months.
Narendra Modi at Hindustan Times Leadership Summit: Indian citizenship for those tortured in home countries will assure them better lives
Stressing on the importance of a 5 trillion economy, Modi said that the five trillion dream will enhance the ease of living and for this our government will be enabler and promoter.
Davis Cup 2019: Pakistan tie shifted to 'neutral venue' amid security concerns over Kashmir; Rohit Rajpal named India's non-playing captain
In a big relief for India's national tennis federation, the world governing body ITF on Monday decided to shift country's Davis Cup tie against Pakistan from Islamabad to a neutral venue
Lieutenant-governors of new Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh take oath; Centre's reorganisation move comes into effect
The two Union Territories — Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir — came into existence on Thursday after the Centre abrogated the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated it on 5 August
Former bureaucrat RK Mathur takes oath as Ladakh's first LG after Jammu and Kashmir officially split into two UTs
With a population of nearly three lakh, Ladakh is strategically located as it shares borders with Pakistan as well as China.
Another truck driver killed by militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag; fourth such attack in two weeks
A senior police official, who was nearby, rushed to the spot in Anantnag district and managed to save two other truck drivers who were in the vicinity, police said.
'Article 370 is foolproof': Amit Shah exudes confidence on Centre's 5 August move on Kashmir, says it will pass legal test
Amit Shah further claimed that the 5 August move on Article 370 has made a 'huge impact' in the election-bound Haryana that sends one the highest number of individuals to the armed forces.
Militants kill migrant labourer from Chhattisgarh in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama; second such attack on non-locals in two days
Following the Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370, the special status accorded to Jammu and Kashmir, several posters had appeared in parts of Kashmir, asking the non-local labourers to leave the Valley or 'face consequences'.
Daily Bulletin: Postpaid mobile services in J&K to resume from 12 pm today; Nirmala Sitharaman to meet CEOs of public sector banks today; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Postpaid mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir to resume from today, internet only at tourist spots; Haryana Assembly elections 2019: Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi to campaign for upcoming polls; and more
Postpaid mobile services in J&K to resume from Monday, internet only at tourist spots, announces state principal secy
The announcement was made by state Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal at a press conference Saturday.
India exercises right to reply at UN after Imran Khan's speech, says Pakistan PM's threat of nuclear war qualifies as 'brinksmanship'
India on Friday said that Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan's threat of unleashing nuclear devastation qualifies as 'brinksmanship, not statesmanship'
With India on defensive over J&K lockdown, Pakistan seeks to 'internationalise' issue as it pushes terrorists across border
With its economy teetering on the verge of collapse, imposing the cost of conventional military aggression and the resulting retaliation on taxpayers is out of the question for Islamabad
US presses New Delhi to ease restriction in Kashmir, says Donald Trump is 'willing to mediate' to lower tensions between India-Pakistan
The United States wants New Delhi to quickly ease restrictions imposed in Kashmir, a senior official said on Thursday, declaring Donald Trump's willingness to mediate to ease tensions between India and Pakistan over the territory
Security forces on alert as intel warns of Pakistan Army recruiting Afghan fighters to carry out attacks in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan Army has recruited about 60 war-toughened Afghan terrorists who would be pushed across the border to carry out attacks on security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, intelligence inputs suggest
Can talk to Pakistan but not to ‘terroristan’, says S Jaishankar; accuses Islamabad of creating entire industry of terrorism to deal with Kashmir
India has no problem talking to Pakistan but it has a problem talking to 'terroristan', External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, asserting that Islamabad has created an entire industry of terrorism to deal with the Kashmir issue
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan reaches US in 'special aircraft' of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan reached the US on Saturday on a "special aircraft" of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
Pakistan on Friday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will raise the issue of human rights in Kashmir in his address to the UN General Assembly on 27 September