Caught between diplomatic skirmishes of India and Pakistan, Kashmiris respond with eerie calm that benefits neither
While the situation in Kashmir is not good enough for India to project peace and claim the people’s confidence in its rule, it's not bad enough for Pakistan to corner India diplomatically and highlight popular resistance to New Delhi's rule
‘We will preserve, protect them’: Satya Pal Malik justifies restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir, says it was done to prevent any loss of life
He also justified the imposition of severe restrictions after Centre abrogated provisions of Article 370
Restrictions on movement of people in Kashmir eased; landline services in 17 exchanges restored in Valley
According to the state administration, telephone services were made operational in several areas across Jammu and Kashmir.
Harvard University students, alumni write to Indian govt seeking release of Shah Faesal, other Jammu and Kashmir leaders
After resigning from the Indian Administrative Service, Faesal had floated the Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement (JKPM) party in March, 2019, to influence policy decisions in a much larger way in the Valley.
Kashmir schools to reopen next week, communication services to resume phase-wise from today, says J&K chief secy BVR Subrahmanyam
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary B V R Subrahmanyam said there has been no loss of life or major injury since restrictions were imposed in the state on 5 August
Shah Faesal’s family unaware of his whereabouts; heard about detention on television, says JKNM founder's mother
Former civil servant-turned-politician Shah Faesal's family says that they have no information on the whereabouts of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Movement (JKPM) founder ever since he was detained at the Delhi airport on 14 August
BJP leader Gul Muhammad Mir shot dead in Anantnag: Governor orders inquiry into killing of political activists in Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Sunday condemned the killing of BJP leader Gul Muhammad Mir and ordered an inquiry into the killing of political activists belonging to various parties in the state in the past few months.
Jammu and Kashmir govt says number of resignations of SPOs 'negligible', restricted to certain areas of south Kashmir
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday said the number of resignations of special police officers (SPOs), who have borne the brunt of militant attacks, is "negligible".
Jammu and Kashmir to deploy Central forces ahead of panchayat, municipal polls for enhanced security
He said Jammu and Kashmir will provide security to all the candidates who request for it and facilitate their campaigning as well.
Jammu and Kashmir municipal elections and panchayat polls will not be deferred, says state secretary
Refuting earlier reports that Governor Satya Pal Malik's administration is considering deferment of municipal elections, the chief secretary said that the polls will be held as per schedule.
Panchayat, ULB elections to be held as per schedule, says Jammu and Kashmir chief secretary despite NC, PDP boycott call
Jammu and Kashmir chief secretary BVR Subrahmanyam's remarks came after NC and PDP announced to boycott the polls owing to the situation concerning Article 35A
Ganai had on Wednesday resigned as the chief information commissioner (CIC), Jammu and Kashmir.
It is for the fourth time that Jammu and Kashmir was placed under Central rule in the last one decade — all under the tenure of Vohra, who was made the Governor in June 2008.
BVR Subrahmanyam could be J&K's chief secretary: IAS officer's experience in dealing with insurgency makes him ideal choice
Chhattisgarh additional chief secretary (Home) BVR Subrahmanyam is tipped to be the chief secretary of J&K, where Governor's Rule was imposed on Tuesday.
BJP-PDP fallout: Union Cabinet transfers BVR Subrahmanyam to Jammu and Kashmir; IAS officer's exact role unclear
The central government has transferred BVR Subrahmanyam to Jammu and Kashmir, just hours after President Ram Nath Kovind approved the imposition of Governor's Rule in the state.