Cheat Sheet | Agencies | Sunday September 14, 2014
As anger spills on the ground in parts of flood-ravaged Kashmir, some people in Srinagar's Rainawari area today pelted stones at helicopters carrying food and relief material. With four such incidents in the area today, the choppers could not drop fo...
India | Barkha Dutt | Friday September 12, 2014
Soldiers working to rescue the thousands of people who still remain stranded in Srinagar have been asked to remain "very calm" if they are pelted with stones by angry crowds, a senior army officer told NDTV today.
Election 2014 | Reported by Nazir Masoodi (With inputs from AFP) | Wednesday April 30, 2014
One protester was killed and two others injured in Srinagar today when security forces opened fire during clashes with protesters soon after polling ended in the Kashmir's capital city.
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday March 11, 2013
The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Centre and Jammu & Kashmir on a plea to quash a criminal case against a 12-year-old boy and implementation of a law on juvenile offenders in the state.
India | Written by Nazir Masoodi | Friday March 8, 2013
77 police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were injured during clashes with protesters and stone pelting mobs in Jammu and Kashmir today, a police spokesman said.
India | NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday October 12, 2011
Appointed by the Centre exactly a year ago, interlocutors for Jammu and Kashmir will submit their report to Home Minister P Chidambaram later today. After last year's stone pelting crisis in the Valley in which 120 people died the interlocutors were ...
Jammu | NDTV Correspondent | Monday April 4, 2011
Sleepless nights for the father of J&K teenager, Faizan are finally over. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah tweeted that the boy will be released by today or tomorrow. This, after various human right groups questioned his detention under the much debated Public Safety Act (PSA).However, it wasn't an ...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Friday January 14, 2011
Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a spate of stone-pelting incidents last summer. Angry protesters even braved the Taser guns and mirchi grenades used by the security forces to control them. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and his leadership was criticised for his mishandling of those protests in which 112 p...
India | Nazir Masoodi | Monday August 16, 2010
Saleem puts on his uniform at 5:30 am everyday. As he heads out of his small house in uptown area of Srinagar, he sighs under his breath. Every day is a tough day.On most days, Saleem finds himself trying to control angry crowds who want to set fire to anything - buses, police stations - a mass revo...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Monday August 16, 2010
Taking serious note of unrelenting protests in Jammu and Kashmir for the last two months, the Centre has reportedly asked J&K government to go beyond focussing on curbing violence, sources have told NDTV.The Centre has conveyed to the J&K government that it needs to reactivate the civil admi...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Friday August 13, 2010
On a day when four people have been killed in Kashmir in clashes with security forces in Kupwara, Sopore and Pattan, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah cancelled a meeting of the unified headquarters in protest against the latest civilian deaths.However, the Chief Minister's office has now told NDTV that ...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday August 5, 2010
The lifeless streets of Srinagar hum with uncertainty. There is a sense of a city waiting to exhale-? in this poverty of activity, is there a hint that a fragile peace can stretch into another day? For weeks now, virtually every hour has forced a stock-taking of lives lost, buildings burnt in p...
India | Barkha Dutt | Saturday July 3, 2010
Violence and stone pelting will not impact the redrawing of Jammu and Kashmir's map, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah tells NDTV.
India | NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday February 3, 2010
After every incident of human rights violation in the Valley, there is a public outcry in the shape of stone pelting.