In Jammu and Kashmir, even infants are being radicalised; resentment among youth threatens Valley's future
One of the most distressing aspects of the ongoing radicalisation of young people in Kashmir is that the age profile appears to be sliding downwards. This trend has gradually gathered pace during this decade, to the extent that it is now touching even babes in arms.
Security forces and police are going after the militants in Kashmir, as they have fiercely intensified operations to hunt them down by acting on the hit-list of top terrorist leaders.
Security forces and Jammu and Kashmir Police have killed 102 terrorists till now this year, making it the highest number of killings in the January-July period in seven years, a police official said Friday
Locals said they don't remember the last time when the army, police and CRPF came together to carry out cordon and search operations in Lal Chowk
A Hizbul Mujahideen militant, who was seen in a video taken during the funeral of outfit commander Sabzar Bhat last week, has surrendered before authorities
A Hizbul Mujahideen militant, who was seen in a video taken during the funeral of outfit commander Sabzar Bhat, has surrendered before authorities in Kashmir
Four policemen were injured in a grenade blast in Sopore town of north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Wednesday.
After three days of curfew, restrictions and separatist-called protest shutdowns, life returned to normal in the Kashmir Valley on Wednesday
A separatist-sponsored march in memory of a militant leader killed by security forces was foiled on Tuesday but stray violence marked the event in the Kashmir Valley, leaving at least one person injured.
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.
In all, 2016 witnessed 2,690 incidents of stone-pelting, violent demonstrations, firing and use of shotgun pellets in Kashmir.
The Kashmir Valley was largely peaceful on Monday amid curfew and restrictions aimed at foiling violence following the killing of Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat, police said. The government snapped all mobile links in the region.
Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat's funeral draws hundreds in Kashmir; people defy curfew amid massive security
Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat's buriall late on Saturday night witnessed hundreds gather at his ancestral village in south Kashmir's Tral in defiance of the curfew.
The situation in Kashmir remained tense but under control with authorities imposing curfew-like restrictions in most parts of the valley on Sunday, fearing that the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat would spark trouble in the state.
Thousands of mourners defied security curbs to attend the burial of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat, who was gunned down in an encounter in Tral, Kashmir
Kashmir defies curfew after Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat's killing; 799 youth appear for army entrance exam
799 Kashmiri youths appeared in the common entrance exam for selection in the Army amid unrest in the Valley following the killing of militant Sabzar Bhat.
Authorities on Sunday clamped curfew and imposed restrictions in the Kashmir Valley to maintain law and order, as Sabzar Bhat was buried in a midnight funeral.
Restrictions have been imposed in seven police station areas of the city till further orders as a precautionary measure in view of the prevailing situation.
Sartaj Aziz terms Sabzar Bhat encounter as 'extra-judicial,' accuses India of trying to change Kashmir's demography
In a statement on Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the prime minister's adviser on foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz expressed grave concern at the constant ceasefire violations by Indian forces at line of control.
Highlights: Burhan Wani's successor Sabzar Bhat killed, authorities impose restrictions in parts of Kashmir Valley
Sabzar Bhat was killed by security forces in an encounter in Tral, Jammu and Kashmir.