Pulwama civilian deaths result of free hand Satya Pal Malik gave forces in Kashmir; volatile situation may worsen
Since the day Malik assumed office in August, the casualty graph of militants, civilians and security forces alike has witnessed a sharp increase
Pulwama encounter: Separatists had called for protest march to Badamibagh Cantonment during 2016 unrest too
The call for the march came after seven civilians died and several others were injured allegedly when security forces opened fire at a mob in Pulwama.
Separatists-sponsored strike in Kashmir valley over death of civilians disrupts normal life; businesses shut, public transport affected
Shops, private offices, fuel stations and other business establishments were shut here in the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said. They said public transport was off the roads while private cars were seen plying in few areas of the city.
Article 35A row: 2-day shutdown called by separatists disrupts life in Jammu and Kashmir; shops closed, vehicles off roads
The situation across the Valley is peaceful with no untoward incident reported from anywhere so far, officials said.
Police on Wednesday detained chairman of moderate Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umar Farooq as he tried to march towards Shopian town in south Kashmir
JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik was on Wednesday arrested and sent to Central Jail here while moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was placed under house arrest.
Article 35A debate: Deferred Supreme Court hearing gives Kashmir a breather, but state, Centre must find a political solution
Locals who have witnessed the 2016 unrest fear Jammu and Kashmir may slide into a disastrous agitation if the Supreme Court repeals Article 35A of the Constitution
Tripartite talks can help resolve Kashmir issue, says former Hurriyat Conference chairman Maulana Mohammad Abbas Ansari
Former Hurriyat Conference chairman Maulana Mohammad Abbas Ansari said tripartite talks between India, Pakistan and representatives of the people of Jammu and Kashmir can resolve the Kashmir issue.
Syed Geelani, Yasin Malik among separatist leaders taken in preventive custody ahead of protests at NIA headquarters
Authorities on Saturday foiled the plans of separatist leaders to hold a protest outside the NIA headquarters
Pulwama encounter: Restrictions imposed in parts of Srinagar after Hurriyat leaders call for shutdown
Authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar on Wednesday in view of a separatist strike against the killing of a civilian
The unrest on the streets of Kashmir is refusing to die down with fresh violence reported from across the central, south and north regions of the Valley on Friday
Despite a strict curfew in the entire south Kashmir, thousands of people gathered to pay their last respect to the slain militant commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who was killed in an encounter on Saturday in an encounter on Saturday in his native village of Ratsuna in Tral area.
Seven people were killed in firing by security forces as unprecedented election-day violence marred the by-poll for Srinagar Lok Sabha seat Sunday which saw the voter turnout plunge to an all-time low of 6.5 per cent.
Pakistan's plan to occupy Gilgit-Baltistan: Separatist leaders say move could impact Kashmir dispute
Islamabad's decision to change the status of the Gilgit-Baltistan region and annexe it as its fifth province has irked separatist leaders in Kashmir.
Curfew remained in force in some areas of Srinagar and two towns of south Kashmir on Wednesday, while restrictions on the assembly of people in rest of the Valley continued for the 47th consecutive day in the wake of violence following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani
Authorities on Saturday continued curfew and shutdown for the 43rd consecutive day paralysing life across Kashmir while incidents of stone-pelting were reported from over a dozen places in Kashmir on Friday. However, there were no casualties in the violence that took place
Normal life continued to remain paralysed for the third consecutive day on Monday in violence-hit Kashmir Valley due to curfew-like restrictions.
Six persons including a senior police officer were injured in clashes between protesters and security personnel that broke out today after Eid prayers in the Kashmir Valley.
JKLF chief Mohammad Yasin Malik has also been invited, a party spokesperson said.
JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik was on Monday arrested by police when he was on his way to meet hardline Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani here.