Kashmir Crisis News
65-year-old Jammu and Kashmir resident Ghulam Mohammed Bhat, jailed under Public Safety Act, dies in Allahabad jail
A 65-year-old detenu, a member of the banned Jamaat-I-Islamia, booked under the stringent Public Safety Act and sent outside Jammu and Kashmir has died in a jail at Allahabad
Arrested amid Art 370 abrogation, her son was shunted from Kashmir jail to UP. Now Ateeqa awaits his release
Ateeqa Bano’s son, Faisal Aslam Mir, 22, was arrested on 5 August 2019, after the central government abrogated Article 370, stripping Jammu & Kashmir of its special status
Having looked at the various Ambedkarite positions on the abrogation of Article 370, it’s important to locate what Ambedkar himself has said about this.
Terror threat in Jammu and Kashmir: Day after MHA advisory, govt officials, medical staff told not to take leaves; Amarnath yatris, students leave Valley in a rush
The confusion erupted on Friday shortly after Home Ministry issued an advisory asking tourists to leave Valley. The airfares for flights from Srinagar to Delhi this weekend shot up to abnormally high levels after this. Government officials, medical staffs ordered to not take leave without prior permission.
Kaafir review: Mature, relevant storytelling allows Dia Mirza's Zee5 Original to make a bold statement
Prominently placed amidst the saddening Indo-Pak socio-political scenario, the narrative of Kaafir is not only beautiful, but also relevant.
Death of 9 security personnel in 5 days in Kashmir alarm officials as militants 'hit back' against counter-insurgency ops
Expressing concern over the increase in the number of security personnel killed in Kashmir, a senior police officer said that rise in attacks shows that militants in the Valley have started hitting back against counter-insurgency ops
'Like LTTE, you will achieve nothing', J&K governor tells militants, stresses on need to address alienation of young Kashmiris
Ahead of the Jammu and Kashmir municipal polls, Governor Satya Pal Malik said that there are around 225 militants active in the state, and that "they must realise their efforts will achieve nothing"
Kulgam killing: Story of love, loss and despair unfolds in Kashmir's Hawoora village even as army defends shooting
Though the Indian Army has defended Saturday's shooting in which three civillians were killed, a different story of loss and grief is unfolding in Kulgam's Hawoora village
An overground worker of Hizbul Mujahideen outfit was on Thursday arrested in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district
Actor Anupam Kher Monday said the Kashmir problem can be solved by scrapping Article 370 of the Indian Constitution
Kashmir unrest: India must seek ways to pacify youth; Pakistan-stoked anger gives China strategic edge
The sobering fact about India-US armament deal is that the threat of conflict that lurks around India's borders whether it's from Pakistan or China, could be far closer than the prospect of those armaments becoming operational
Lashkar-e-Taiba suffers major setback in Kashmir's Pulwama district as police gun down three militants
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) suffered another major blow in south Kashmir's Pulwama district with security forces killing three militants (five in 24 hours) from the outfit in an encounter that lasted six hours
Pakistan’s "blatant" abuse of human rights in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, including the persecution of minorities, is creating a "cauldron of tumult" in the entire region, India told the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Thursday
There have been 42 percent more terrorism-related deaths in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) since the Narendra Modi-led BJP came to power in May 2014, compared with the last three years of the second term of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA-II).
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday ruled out any talks with the separatists in Jammu and Kashmir, at least for now.
An encounter broke out on Tuesday between security forces and militants in Hakripora area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir.
After an extraordinarily large cordon and search operation by the army in Kashmir — probably the largest in more than a decade — went awry on Thursday, strategists ought to revisit the relevance of perceptions.
Soldiers serving in Kashmir say Tej Bahadur Yadav was courageous for speaking up about the sub-standard life jawans are subjected to
Curfew was lifted from the restive Pulwama town following gradual improvement in the situation across Kashmir, leaving the city's M R Gunj and Nowhatta police stations as the only areas of the Valley under curbs, even as normal life remained affected for 53rd day due to separatists-sponsored strike call.
However, this time around, even with the curfew in Kashmir extending for over a month, there is surprisingly no sign of fatigue among the Kashmiris.