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Apr 03, 2018
Alia Bhatt-starrer Raazi marks a beginning for celluloid adaptations of literature set in KashmirMeghna Gulzar's upcoming film Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal, is a first of its kind cinematic adaptation of Kashmir-set literature
Sep 27, 2017
Hizbul commander, IED expert Qayoom Najar's encounter marks an end to bloody chapter in Kashmir insurgencyA year before the killing of Hizbul Mujahadeen commander Burhan Wani blew a storm in Kashmir, Qayoom Najar, one of the most experienced militants operating in the Valley, had rattled the security agencies.
Aug 04, 2017
Crackdown no deterrent in Kashmir: Youth in the Valley find inspiration in 'heroics' of militantsHeroism associated with militancy has made legends out of these young boys in Kashmir and motivates others to take guns into their hands.
May 10, 2017
Kashmir ground report: Army officer Ummer Fayaz killed; sister's wedding turns into funeralThe mourners gathered inside a makeshift tent in the courtyard of Parry House in Sursanoo in Yaripora village of Kulgam district, 75 kilometres south of Srinagar, as the cries of wailing women resonated in the air.
Mar 18, 2017
In focus: A photobook edited by Sanjay Kak explores the insurgency in Kashmir through the decadesSanjay Kak talks about the thought process behind Witness: Kashmir 1986-2016/Nine Photographers.
Jun 02, 2016
India accuses Pakistan of 'needlessly internationalising' the Kashmir issueIndia lambasted Pakistan for "needlessly internationalising" the Kashmir issue, asserting it was not the main cause of tension between the two countries.
May 28, 2016
Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Tariq Pandit surrenders in KashmirA Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander in Pulwama district of Kashmir region surrendered on Saturday, dealing a major blow to the Burhan group of militants in the Kashmir Valley.
Mar 05, 2016
The curious tale of Ishaq Newton, a brilliant student who picked up a gun instead of a stethoscopeIshaq Newton, 19, as he was known in Laribal, was famous for his sheer academic brilliance and for being an ‘exceptionally intelligent boy’ in school
Oct 31, 2015
LeT commander Abu Qasim’s killing: Police claim big victory, but attendance at funeral reflects sobering realityIt is easy to lose sight of the wood for the trees in a warzone like Kashmir's, and the state police appear to have done just that over the funeral of Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Abu Qasim on Thursday. He was killed earlier that day in an operation led by the Rashtriya Rifles.