World Press Freedom Day: Journalists stress on need to stand with each other, re-examine archaic laws
In the absence of any support from state agencies, journalists said it is their own community they look to for solidarity and support.
Kashmiri journalists claim to be caught in crossfire between Indian govt and militant groups, say they've 'become punching bag'
The present situation is the most dangerous and difficult for journalists in decades, according to dozens of journalists in Kashmir
Indian forces killed 260 ultras, neutralised top militant commanders in Jammu and Kashmir in 2018; 100 soldiers lost lives
Security forces achieved major success in Jammu and Kashmir in 2018 as they eliminated top militant commanders including Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Naveed Jatt and also 260 ultras but nearly 100 soldiers had to lay down their lives in the line of duty.
Despite rising crimes against journalists, India still 'in process of' collecting data on killed scribes since 2014
Despite India being the world's largest democracy, attempts to silence journalists are steadily rising. India, according to Reporters Without Borders, ranks a low 136 among 180 countries when it comes to press freedom.
Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in the evening near the Srinagar-Bandipora road in Mujgund area on the city's outskirts, a police official said.
Two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama; gunmen identified as close aides of Riyaz Naikoo
Two terrorists were killed in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday.
Naveed Jatt's counsel says he was detained illegally; LeT militant killed in Budgam was minor when taken into custody in 2014
The LeT militant, who gave security forces a slip at several encounters before he was killed at Chattergam in Budgam district on Wednesday, had also appealed to the high court seeking release on the grounds that he was "illegally detained".
Budgam encounter: Kashmir Police confirms LeT terrorist Naveed Jatt, accused in Shujaat Bukhari murder, killed in gunfight
Two soldiers were injured and two militants, including Jatt, were killed in the Budgam encounter, which broke out during a cordon and search operation being run by security forces.
Shujaat Bukhari murder case: Kashmir Editors Guild expresses regret over police not filing chargesheet
The Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) on Monday expressed regret over the police not filing a chargesheet in the murder case of senior journalist Shujaat Bukhari who was shot dead by suspected militants in June.
Rahul Gandhi meets women journalists: Scribes identifying themselves on the basis of gender turn back the clock
Why should women journalists claim exclusivity, and a separateness that goes against the very grain of journalism?
J&K Police sends Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty to US for preserving data of Shujaat Bukhari's Facebook,Twitter accounts
Facebook and Twitter are based out of the US and so is the Google, which runs e-mail services. The preservation of data and subsequent transfer will give us more leads into the Shujaat Bukhari case, the officials said.
Jammu and Kashmir govt likely to withdraw extra security of politicians, party workers say they are vulnerable to attacks
The Jammu and Kashmir government led by Governor Narendra Nath Vohra is likely to withdraw “extra security” of all the political leaders.
'Hatred for journalism threatens Democracy': Reporters Without Borders asks Indian govt to condemn and question abuse of journalists
Reporters Without Borders expressed serious concern at “an alarming deterioration in the working environment of journalists in India” and demanded that the government ensure the safety of journalists who are feeling threatened.
Kashmiris feel BJP masterminded fall of Mehbooba Mufti govt for 2019 strategy, says Yashwant Sinha-led group
Most people in Kashmir think that the BJP's decision to withdraw support from the Mehbooba Mufti-led coalition government was “part of a grand strategy” of the national party with an eye on the 2019 general election, according to a report prepared by former Union minister Yashwant Sinha-led delegation
Pro-Pakistan blog, which had hit out at Shujaat Bukhari, continues to threaten journalists and leaders in Kashmir
The anonymous blog kashmirfight.wordpress.com, which the police claimed was run by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) from Pakistan, also hit out at separatist leaders.
The Kashmir police on Thursday, held a press conference wherein they revealed the name of the four main suspects of the Shujaat Bukhari case who are LeT operators, and stated that they are on the lookout for them.
LeT chief derides reports linking killing of Shujaat Bukhari to his outfit cadre, calls it Indian Army's 'bluff'
The Lashkar-e-Taiba on Wednesday derided reports about its cadres' involvement in the killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari as an attempt to defame the outfit.
Shujaat Bukhari murder case: Police's preliminary probe throws up names of LeT's Naveed Jatt, his accomplices
A preliminary police investigation has revealed the role of LeT top commander, Naveed Jatt, and his two other accomplices in the killing of Shujaat Bukhari.
Shujaat Bukhari murder case: LeT terrorist Naveed Jatt along with two local militants killed journalist, say police
Abu Hanzula alias Naveed Jaat was a close associate of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Abu Qasim and had been operating in south Kashmir for two years.
Abdul Hamid Tunch and Mumtaz Awan, Shujaat Bukhari's guards who also lost their lives, will live on as inspiration
Belonging to nondescript villages near the Line of Control, both Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel, Abdul Hamid Tunch and Mumtaz Awan, struggled against hardships to become part of one of the country's busiest police force.