'Feel unsafe at home': J&K residents accuse security forces of raiding houses, arresting 'innocent' Kashmiri youth under Public Safety Act
The slapping of Public Safety Act (PSA) on over 150 youths from Kashmir for indulging in stone-pelting on security forces has fuelled anger in the Valley and has left people, especially women, frightened
Bipin Rawat condems stoning of army jawan in Anantnag, accuses Pakistan of thwarting development in Kashmir
Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat reacted strongly to the death of a jawan, who was stoned to death in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag.
Toy guns, covert cops: Jammu and Kashmir Police plants its men among stone pelters to catch real culprits in action
The Jammu and Kashmir Police Friday adopted a fresh strategy of nabbing stone pelters by planting its men among them at historic Jama Masjid downtown to arrest the real culprits in action.
Doctors at the SMHS Hospital said Fayaz Ahmad Wani, who was critically injured in the street clashes in Pulwama, was declared dead on arrival.
Rajnath Singh's announcement on new battalions in Jammu and Kashmir serves little purpose except political posturing
Rajnath Singh’s announcement on forming nine new battalions in Jammu and Kashmir may be useful in elections, but will not serve much of a purpose beyond that.
I-League: Real Kashmir FC co-owner wants to make valley 'paradise for football', inspire stone-pelters to take up sport
Real Kashmir FC co-owner Sandeep Chattoo said on Thursday his side is now on a mission to make the 'paradise on earth' a paradise for the beautiful game.
Indian Army officials place premium on restraint towards non-combatants during anti-militancy operations in Kashmir
Army officials in Kashmir say they are taking measures to sensitise soldiers about the need to avoid casualties or injuries among non-combatants.
J&K schoolbus attack: Omar Abdullah says amnesty granted to stone-pelters was to encourage 'reasonable behaviour'
Concerned over the incident of stone-pelting on a school bus in Shopian, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said that the amnesty granted to stone pelters was to encourage "reasonable behaviour".
Kashmir violence: Army kids needn’t worry about cases filed against parents; security forces are never prosecuted in Valley
The army children may feel offended at the fact that FIRs are filed against soldiers, but based on Government of India data on FIRs filed and actions taken, there is no justice for Kashmiris in India
A committee set up by the Jammu and Kashmir govt has recommended the withdrawal of cases against 5,000 youths, accused of pelting stones on security forces.
Kashmir can't be rid of militancy by killing militants; more 'humane' approach needed: Mehbooba Mufti
Mehbooba Mufti said militancy in Kashmir cannot be wiped out by killing militants alone, adding that a more "humane approach" was needed.
Jammu and Kashmir minister Asiea Naqash lauds Centre's appointment of Dineshwar Sharma, calls it 'step forward'
Jammu and Kashmir minister Asiea Naqash on Tuesday termed the appointment of Centre's special representative Dineshwar Sharma as a "step forward" towards resolving the problems of Jammu and Kashmir.
Dineshwar Sharma, who visited the Valley earlier this month, was flooded with requests from various individuals and groups for withdrawal of cases against first-timers booked by the police for stone pelting.
Jammu and Kashmir SHRC to hear appeal against state's refusal to compensate 'human shield' Farooq Ahmad Dar
The Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) will next month hear an appeal against state government's refusal to act on the commission order awarding Rs 10-lakh compensation to Farooq Ahmad Dar, who was used as a "human shield" by an army officer earlier this year.
Kashmir unrest: NIA sends notice to Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq's trust to probe funding
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has sent notice to Srinagar's Jamia Masjid to find out whether or not funds collected at the mosque are used to fuel the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir
Many stone pelters are young men in Jammu and Kashmir find themselves fighting street battles, slinging stones at pellet gun-wielding police officers from their own communities, and even their own families.
Congress leader Saifuddin Soz says he would have kept Burhani Wani alive, held talks with separatists
If veteran Congress leader Saifuddin Soz had his way, he would have held a dialogue with Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani if he was not killed by security forces last year
Security forces in Kashmir opened fire at protesters, with one of the bullets fatally injuring Adil Farooq Magrey, a Class X student.
Venkaiah Naidu on Monday ruled out the possibility of holding talks with Kashmiri separatists, calling them "destructive and obstructive".
RSS leader Indresh Kumar believes 'western' traditions like Valentine's Day responsible for violence against women
"Western culture commercialised love and gave birth to festival of Valentine's day which is now responsible for problems like rape, illegitimate children and violence on women," RSS leader Indresh Kumar said