Gautam Navlakha, Naxal groups were in touch with Hizbul Mujahideen, Kashmiri separatists, Pune Police tells Bombay HC
Activist Gautam Navlakha and the Naxal groups he was associated with were in touch with Hizbul Mujahideen and Kashmiri separatist leaders, Pune Police claimed
J&K governor upbeat, but talks with Hurriyat unlikely due to Pakistan meddling, BJP's caveat and separatists' house arrests
The Pakistani connection to separatist leaders in Jammu and Kashmir rules out the possibility of a dialogue with the Hurriyat or any other group in the near future and also raises the question of whether the olive branch is a ploy or a mark of serious intent to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
J&K govt withdraws security cover of 18 separatists, 155 political persons including IAS officer Shah Faesal
The security review meeting, which was held here under the chairmanship of state chief secretary BVR Subrahmanyam, took the decision as it was felt that providing security to these separatist leaders is a "wastage" of scarce State resources which could be better utilised elsewhere.
Kashmiri separatists say they never asked for security, but lack of police protection now leaves them open to mischief
As a punitive action following the deadly Pulwama attack on 14 February, authorities have withdrawn the security cover of some of Kashmir's prominent separatists, including the moderate Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.
MEA summons Pakistani envoy over Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's phone call to Hurriyat leader
The MEA said the Foreign Secretary "underscored that by this action Pakistan has confirmed yet again that it officially abets and encourages individuals associated with terrorism and anti-India activities.
All educational institutions in Kashmir would remain closed on Thursday as a precautionary measure after separatists called on students
A 5-year old was critically injured in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district in stone pelting at vehicles following the shutdown call by the separatists, police said.
Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday dismissed objections to the investigation by the NIA into terror funding in Jammu and Kashmir saying the ongoing probe of the anti-terror agency should not be linked with politics.
Article 35A: Engineer Rashid's offer to join Hurriyat will make little difference to the Kashmiri separatists
Engineer Rashid has offered to quit the post of MLA and join the separatist leadership to "fight for the right of people of the Valley."
Kashmir terror funding case: NIA custody of four separatists extended, three sent to judicial remand
NIA custody of four Kashmiri separatists, was on Friday extended by 10 more days by a Delhi court in a terror funding case.
Kashmiri separatists sentenced to 10-day NIA custody; charged with using Pakistani funds to sponsor terror
A Delhi court on Tuesday remanded seven Kashmiri separatists, arrested a day earlier on charges of taking funds from Pakistan to sponsor terror activities and stone pelting in the Kashmir Valley, in National Investigation Agency (NIA) custody for 10 days.
Kashmiri separatists and UJC called for protests after Friday's prayers against the US decision to declare Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin as a "global terrorist".
Sushil Kumar Shinde has called for resumption of talks with Kashmiri leaders and also favoured dialogue with separatists for restoration of peace and normalcy in the Valley.
Kashmir Valley-wide restrictions and curfew was imposed by the authorities for the third consecutive day on Tuesday to prevent a separatist-called march to Tral, the hometown of slain Hizbul Mujahideen chief Sabzar Ahmad Bhat.
Abdullah said the youth throwing stones have nothing to do with tourism, even though it remains the lifeline and primary source of income for Kashmir.
The authorities on Friday foiled a scheduled press conference here by senior hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani, officials said.
Normal life in the Valley remained affected for the 28th consecutive day due to the curfew imposed by the authorities and separatist sponsored strike
Divided Kashmiri separatists have joined hands against the government's plans to set up enclaves for migrant Hindu families and soldiers
Pakistan has declared that it won't give up consulting Kashmiri separatists in order to hold talks with India- a condition that India promptly rejected at the General Assembly.
Sushma Swaraj came up with a sterling performance at her press conference on Saturday evening when she cleverly drew the red lines for Pakistan over the NSA-level talks without unilaterally calling off the 23-24 August meeting between National Security Advisors of both the countries.