Vidhu Vinod Chopra on returning to direction with Shikara, and why it's taking so long to make Munna Bhai 3
Vidhu Vinod Chopra talks state apathy for the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, and why he started making Shikara after the death of his mother.
Shikara movie review: Vidhu Vinod Chopra's account of Kashmiri Pandit exodus is strikingly poetic but seldom urgent
Shikara is a romantic story at heart. But the refuge of love, though a balmy escape, becomes a cop-out when it is upheld as a panacea.
St Stephen's students boycott classes for first time in 30 years with JNU protesters, anti-CAA and NRC demonstrators, read Preamble to Constitution
Over a hundred students from St Stephen's College boycotted their classes, for the first time in 30 years, and marched with posters chanting slogans of Azadi in solidiarity with JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia, AMU and anti-CAA-NRC protesters
Indian Army veterans slam ex-major general who called for revenge killings and rape in Valley during TV debate
Several Indian Army veterans on Sunday hit out at a former major general for his objectionable remarks on the issue of Kashmiri Pandit exodus during a TV debate.
At Kashmiri Pandit gathering in London, British Conservative MP says India has sovereign right on entirety of Jammu and Kashmir
One of Britain's most outspoken MPs on the Kashmir issue Bob Blackman has called on Pakistan to leave Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, asserting that India has a sovereign right over the entire region.
Roots in Kashmir has written a letter to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres regarding "issuance of fake stamps by Pakistan".
Only 808 families comprising a total population of 2,864 of Kashmiri Pandits live across 242 towns and villages in the Valley today.
Kathua rape: Solid case built by Jammu police against accused offers hope that justice will be served
The charge sheet filed in the Kathua rape and murder case appears to be fairly watertight and should stand up in court with the case likely to be fast-tracked by the Mehbooba Mufti government
Prithvi Nath Kabu looks back on when the militants first came to Baramulla, and how the Kashmiri Pandits were terrorised into leaving home
Kashmiri Pandits demands removal of Article 370, 35A from Constitution, calls it 'unnecessary baggage'
Kashmiri Pandits on Tuesday termed Article 370 and Article 35A of the Indian Constitution an "unnecessary baggage" of the past
Kashmiri Pandit delegation meets Dineshwar Sharma, urges Centre to keep community involved in dialogue
Representatives of several Kashmiri Pandit organisations on Friday met Dineshwar Sharma, the Centre's special representative for Kashmir, and sought the setting up of an institutional mechanism for the welfare of the displaced community.
Former Prime Minister and senior Congress leader Manmohan Singh is scheduled to arrive on Sunday, heading the party's policy planning group on Jammu and Kashmir,
From hawkers to grocers, manufacturers and dealers, everyone stands united in their view that abolishment of Article 35A will bring turmoil in the Valley
Migrant committee seeks 'foolproof' security for displaced Kashmiri Pandits returning to work in Valley
The All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee (APMCC) on Monday sought guarantee of "fool-proof" security to 1,700 Kashmiri Pandit (KP) employees ahead of them returning to their duties in the Kashmir Valley.
Despite low attendance, the Khir Bhawani festival in Jammu and Kashmir witnessed the usual communal amity as local Muslims welcomed the Kashmiri Pandit devotees.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat made it clear that more surgical strikes cannot be ruled out, as India has the "right to retaliate" if Pakistan does not react positively to offers of peace
In yet another attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party, ally Shiv Sena on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to "yank off the undergarments (chaddi-banian) of the public" in the name of exposing "benami" properties in the country
It began like a lot of other events in India. I was a little late as I swiftly walked into a packed audience, a whirlwind of activity on stage and a scramble of photographers and videographers jostling for position.
As the protest by Kashmiri Pandit employees entered the 19th day, BJP on Monday expressed grave concern over their migration from the Valley and said that it will prepare a detailed report and will submit it to the Union government.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said there was a need to instill confidence among Kashmiri Pandits for their permanent return to the Valley