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  • Mobile Internet Services Restored In Kashmir After 2 weeks

    Mobile Internet Services Restored In Kashmir After 2 weeks

    Mobile internet services were restored today in Kashmir, two weeks after they were suspended in view of widespread student protests in the Valley against security forces at a college in Pulwama on April 15.

  • Kashmir's New Face Of Protests: Teen Schoolgirls On The Streets

    Kashmir's New Face Of Protests: Teen Schoolgirls On The Streets

    The girls are back to school. But during the past week, a gender barrier was broken in Kashmir valley. No one it celebrating it though. For the first time, scores of schoolgirls in their school uniforms came on Srinagar streets to protest. When the police tried to disperse them, some of them picked up a stone too.

  • Anger In Kashmir Valley After Blackout On Social Media

    Anger In Kashmir Valley After Blackout On Social Media

    There is anger in the Kashmir Valley after the state government blocked 22 social media and instant messaging sites on Wednesday in a bid to prevent street protests. While popular sites and messaging services as Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp and Twitter have been banned, broadband speed has also been slowed down by half.

  • WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter in List of Apps Banned in Jammu and Kashmir for One Month

    WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter in List of Apps Banned in Jammu and Kashmir for One Month

    Mobile Internet services have remained suspended in the Valley since April 19 following widespread students' unrest.

  • In A First, A Social Media Blackout In Kashmir To Curb Street Protests

    In A First, A Social Media Blackout In Kashmir To Curb Street Protests

    Concerned that street protests in Kashmir valley were showing no signs of ebbing, the Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday ordered internet service providers to block 22 social media and instant messaging sites including Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter for the next one month in Kashmir.

  • After PM Narendra Modi Meet, Mehbooba Mufti Signs Up For 3-Month Trial For Kashmir

    After PM Narendra Modi Meet, Mehbooba Mufti Signs Up For 3-Month Trial For Kashmir

    The next three months are going to be crucial for Kashmir. With relentless violence searing the Kashmir Valley her stronghold for months now, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning and insisted that to restore peace, the centre will have to relaunch the policy introduced by former Prime Minister and BJP gold s...

  • Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    There have been many turning points in the political history of Kashmir. But the coalition of partners so ideologically antithetical to each other was perhaps a curve ball many in the Valley have not been able to recover from.

  • Hundreds Of Students Clash with Security Forces During Kashmir Protests

    Hundreds Of Students Clash with Security Forces During Kashmir Protests

    Hundreds of students in school uniforms clashed with the security forces in Kashmir today during protests against police action in a college on Saturday. The violence erupted in Srinagar after a day-long protest, and spread within hours to other parts of the Kashmir Valley including Tral and Sopore.

  • 'Muscular' Policy Will Not Resolve Kashmir: P Chidambaram

    'Muscular' Policy Will Not Resolve Kashmir: P Chidambaram

    A "muscular" policy will not resolve the Jammu and Kashmir issue, Congress leader P Chidambaram today said while noting that all governments have responded to this "challenge" by deploying more troops and killing protesters.

  • Police File FIR Against Army For Tying Man To Jeep In Jammu And Kashmir

    Police File FIR Against Army For Tying Man To Jeep In Jammu And Kashmir

    The police in Jammu and Kashmir have filed a First Information Report or FIR against the Army for tying a man to a jeep allegedly as a "human shield" against protesters who took on security forces in the Valley over by-elections held last week.

  • Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah

    Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah

    Jammu and Kashmir saw the lowest voter turnout in Srinagar's repeat by-poll in the history of the state with only two per cent showing up at polling stations. The unprecedented violence during the first by-poll on last Sunday, which also saw only seven per cent voters, resulted in eight deaths and injuries to more than 100 security personnel. But f...

  • Mehbooba Mufti Blames Kashmir Unrest On Omar Abdullah's 2010 'Failure'

    Mehbooba Mufti Blames Kashmir Unrest On Omar Abdullah's 2010 'Failure'

    Jammu and Kashmir Chief Mehbooba Mufti today said the "failure" of the previous Omar Abdullah government to deal with the issue of stone-pelting had led to the unrest last year and the situation in the Valley at present.

  • PM Makes No Inroads Into Kashmir's Hearts And Minds

    PM Makes No Inroads Into Kashmir's Hearts And Minds

    I have no doubt in my mind that the situation has been allowed to go from bad to worse while the rest of India remains in denial. Our indifference to the continued violence in the Valley and the loss of precious human lives there is a matter of great concern.

  • Internet Services To Be Suspended In Poll-Bound Kashmir Till April 12

    Internet Services To Be Suspended In Poll-Bound Kashmir Till April 12

    Internet services will remain suspended in the entire Kashmir valley till conclusion of the by-poll for Anantnag Lok Sabha seat on April 12, official sources said today.

  • Flood Threat Ends In Jammu And Kashmir

    Flood Threat Ends In Jammu And Kashmir

    With the decrease in cloud cover after four days on Saturday, the flood threat looming over the Kashmir Valley has ended, an official said.

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