Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Zanigam village in the Beerwah area of Budgam district following a tip about the presence of militants
The PDP chief on Tuesday alleged that authorities prevented her from leaving her residence to meet families evicted from forest land in Budgam district
The identity and group affiliation of the slain militants was being ascertained, an official said, adding that preliminary investigation suggests that one of them was a foreigner
Abdul Hamid Najar, district president of Budgam BJP Other Backward Class (OBC) Morcha, was shifted to a hospital. More details are awaited.
Jammu and Kashmir authorities demarcate 90 'red zones' to contain coronavirus; areas to remain under strict lockdown
The administration has demarcated 90 red zones across Jammu and Kashmir as on 14 April, according to the Department of Information and Public Relations.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Doctors, power workers beaten up as J&K Police enforces lockdown; crowds broke curfew, say cops
A number of videos have emerged showing the Jammu and Kashmir Police roughing up residents, doctors, and power sector workers during the lockdown due to coronavirus
Four militant associates arrested in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam, arms and ammunition recovered, say police
Four associates of militants were arrested from Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Sunday, adding arms and ammunition were recovered from their possession.
The fateful Mi-17 helicopter was shot down in Budgam by an Indian missile when Indian air defences were on high alert following the 26 February Balakot airstrike that targeted a terrorist camp in Pakistan
Jammu and Kashmir BDC polls: 1,065 candidates to contest 24 October election, highest number of contenders from Kupwara
1,065 candidates are in fray for the 24 October Block Development Council (BDC) polls in Jammu and Kashmir, state election officials said on Saturday.
Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria says shooting down IAF chopper in Kashmir was a 'big mistake on our part'
Air Chief Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria on Friday described as a 'big mistake' the IAF shooting down its helicopter in Kashmir on 27 February.
Eid prayers limited to neighbourhood mosques in Kashmir as authorities impose strict controls, say prayers concluded without any violence
Eid prayers were limited to neighbourhood mosques in Kashmir as authorities imposed strict controls and security forces fanned out across towns and villages, restricting the movement of people and prohibiting congregations in large grounds.
Ajit Doval undertakes aerial survey of Srinagar, parts of south Kashmir; NSA takes stock of security situation as Valley celebrates Eid al-Adha
Ajit Doval on Monday undertook an aerial survey of Srinagar and South Kashmir areas to take stock of the security situation during Eid al-Adha celebrations.
Budgam Police on Wednesday arrested a terrorist affiliated to Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) from Qazipora area.
Survivors of torture in Kashmir Part 3: Electrocuted for 'harbouring militants', Shameema and Ashraf Bhat still struggle with social boycott
In Kashmir, while the majority of the torture victims are males, the torture of women inside the custody, besides physical injuries, also invites a lot of insinuations from society. These are the thoughts which bother Shameema more than anything else.
Budgam encounter: One militant killed during crossfire in central Kashmir's Chadoora; mobile services suspended
A militant was shot dead in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir during an encounter between terrorists and security forces in central Kashmir's Chadoora.
Security forces kill militant at encounter in central Kashmir's Budgam, identity of terrorist yet to be ascertained
A militant was killed on Friday in an encounter with security forces in the Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.
Zakir Musa encounter in Tral: Curfew imposed in parts of Kashmir; educational institutes, internet shut down as precautionary measure
Curfew was imposed in parts of Kashmir on Friday, a day after Zakir Musa, the so-called chief of a group affiliated to the Al-Qaeda, was believed to have been killed in an encounter with security forces in Tral.
PDP’s Tariq Hameed Karra won the election in 2014 in the Srinagar constituency.
J&K parties accuse Governor Satya Pal Malik of being partisan, favouring pro-BJP areas for setting up new colleges
Jammu and Kashmir political parties have accused Governor Satya Pal Malik administration of being partisan, and planning to set up most of the 52 new educational institutions, announced recently, in areas known to be BJP vote bank