The violence in the Kashmir Valley — that has so far claimed 20 lives and injured over 200 — following the elimination of Burhan Wani by Indian security forces is deeply tragic but in no way unexpected
Apart from embarrassing the NDA government, the Ved Pratap Vaidik affair needs to be forgotten.
The disclosures being made by Abu Jundal, one of the controllers of the 26/11 terrorists, are being bandied about too easily in the media.
The conviction of Ghulam Nabi Fai, who used ISI money to wine and dine Indians who favoured the Kashmiri separatist cause, should cause liberals to introspect.
Fai, 62, was sentenced to two years in jail followed by three years of supervised release for conspiracy and tax violations while acting as an unregistered lobbyist for Pakistan by a US District Court.
Fai, 62, was also sentenced to three years of supervised release after the end of his jail term by a US court.
The government has rubbished US-based Kashmiri separatist Ghulam Nabi Fai's claims that he had "a channel of communication" opened with the Indian embassy.
The National Investigative Agency has managed to connect the dots between the fake currency notes being pushed into India by Pakistan and its official government mint.
Indian-American organisations praise the arrest of Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, but Pakistani-American groups say he was scapegoated.
In the first ever open acknowledgement of Pakistan’s role in promoting anti-India terror activities FBI says ISI’s directorate oversees Kashmiri militant groups.