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  • Restrictions At Some Areas In Kashmir On Independence Day

    Restrictions At Some Areas In Kashmir On Independence Day

    Restrictions were imposed in several areas in Kashmir valley to maintain law and order, while a strike called by separatists kept people indoors today as the country celebrated its 71st Independence Day

  • Why Kashmiri Pandits Are Refusing To Return To Their Jobs In Valley

    Why Kashmiri Pandits Are Refusing To Return To Their Jobs In Valley

    Most Kashmiri Pandit employees left the valley last year after a long spell of unrest following the encounter of Burhan Wani. Now, 500 of them are refusing to return.

  • Interrogation of Top Separatist Shows Money Flows In From Pak, London

    Interrogation of Top Separatist Shows Money Flows In From Pak, London

    In a hint that the crackdown into terror financing in Kashmir could reach the doors of prominent Hurriyat leaders too, the National Investigation Agency has reportedly seized a list of 150 terrorists in Kashmir valley from a separatist Shahid Ul Islam arrested last month.

  • Abu Dujana, Ruthless Terrorist With A Weakness For Women: 10 Points

    Abu Dujana, Ruthless Terrorist With A Weakness For Women: 10 Points

    Top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Abu Dujana, one of India's most wanted, was killed by security forces in a pre-dawn operation in Kashmir's Pulwama on Tuesday. The Pakistan-born Lashkar commander was in charge of terror operations in the Kashmir Valley until recently and is the biggest terrorist to be killed since Burhan Wani. The man believed to be b...

  • Machil Encounter: Families Say Unhappy With Army Tribunal Verdict

    Machil Encounter: Families Say Unhappy With Army Tribunal Verdict

    The families of the three men killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Machil sector seven years ago say they are not satisfied with the verdict of a military tribunal which has given bail to the five armymen indicted in the case.

  • To Recoup Lost Political Ground, Mehbooba Mufti's Challenge to Centre

    To Recoup Lost Political Ground, Mehbooba Mufti's Challenge to Centre

    At her first major political rally after last year's unrest in the Kashmir valley, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday pitched for deepening cross-border exchange with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, political consensus to take steps to end the bloodshed in the state and heal the pain of Kashmiris.

  • Stone Pelting Incidents Down By Half In Kashmir Valley, Claims CRPF

    Stone Pelting Incidents Down By Half In Kashmir Valley, Claims CRPF

    The CRPF Director General said with the use of less lethal ammunition, the force which has deployed 60 battalions in Jammu and Kashmir, has effectively been able to control mobs.

  • Court Allows NIA To Quiz Syed Ali Shah Geelani's Son-In-Law, Others For 10 Days

    Court Allows NIA To Quiz Syed Ali Shah Geelani's Son-In-Law, Others For 10 Days

    Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani's son-in-law is among seven separatist leaders who will be interrogated by the NIA for 10 days as a Delhi court allowed its plea to examine their complicity in a case of alleged terror funding in the Kashmir Valley to fuel unrest.

  • Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today told a Delhi court that it has firm evidence that seven Hurriyat Conference separatists arrested yesterday used money got from Pakistan through hawala to pay people to burn schools and throw stones during protests in the Kashmir Valley since last year, fuelling unrest.

  • 7 Kashmiri Separatists Arrested By NIA Over Allegations Of Terror Funding

    7 Kashmiri Separatists Arrested By NIA Over Allegations Of Terror Funding

    Seven people including the son-in-law of hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, were arrested today by the NIA in connection with its probe into the funding of terror and subversive activities in the Kashmir Valley, officials said.

  • After 2014 Floods, A New Hope For The Unmarried Poor In Kashmir's Baramulla

    After 2014 Floods, A New Hope For The Unmarried Poor In Kashmir's Baramulla

    Almost three years after a devastating flood destroyed their lives, poor residents in the Kashmir Valley have finally found a reason to celebrate.

  • NIA Ropes In Tax Officials To Probe Trade At LoC

    NIA Ropes In Tax Officials To Probe Trade At LoC

    The National Investigation Agency or NIA has roped in tax officials to probe trans-LoC trade and alleged receipt of money by separatists groups in the Kashmir Valley, believed to be the main source of terror financing, officials said today.

  • New Army Recruits From Kashmir Perform Passing Out Parade

    New Army Recruits From Kashmir Perform Passing Out Parade

    A passing out parade was held today in Srinagar by new army recruits from Jammu and Kashmir who became part of the JAK LI or Jammu And Kashmir Light Infantry regiment. Graduating after rigorous military training, Young Kashmiri soldiers said the Valley's youth must shun the path of stone-throwing and join army to live a life of dignity and play the...

  • Mehbooba Mufti Meets Rajnath Singh Over Kashmir Security Situation

    Mehbooba Mufti Meets Rajnath Singh Over Kashmir Security Situation

    Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday to discuss the security situation in the valley in the wake of the Amarnath terror attack.

  • Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    Undeterred By Anantnag Attack, Pilgrims Continue Amarnath Yatra

    It's 3' o clock in the morning at the Yatri Niwas in Jammu. Close to 3,000 pilgrims from across the country have gathered here to undertake the Amarnath Yatra, an annual pilgrimage that takes place in the Kashmir Valley between the months of June to August.

  • Kashmiris Protest Against Amarnath Attack, Mehbooba Mufti Says 'Nobody Can Kill Kashmiriyat'

    Kashmiris Protest Against Amarnath Attack, Mehbooba Mufti Says 'Nobody Can Kill Kashmiriyat'

    Unprecedented protests erupted in Kashmir Valley on Wednesday after terrorists attacked a bus at Anantnag district carrying dozens of pilgrims from Amarnath Yatra, killing seven of them and injuring 20 others on Monday evening. Anger poured on the streets as civil society groups and traders came together to denounce the attack and demanded stern ac...

  • Complete Darkness Before Our Eyes, Says Amarnath Yatri, Now In Hospital

    Complete Darkness Before Our Eyes, Says Amarnath <i>Yatri</i>, Now In Hospital

    Twenty pilgrims on the bus carrying 56 were wounded in one of the worst terror strikes in the Kashmir Valley in years. The police have said the Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba was behind the Amarnath attack.

  • Amarnath Yatra Suspended From Jammu Due To Curfew In Valley

    Amarnath Yatra Suspended From Jammu Due To Curfew In Valley

    The Amarnath yatra has been suspended from Jammu today due to law and order situation in the Kashmir Valley which is under curfew for the death anniversary of terrorist Burhan Wani. Authorities clamped curfew in three towns, including Tral in Kashmir, and imposed restrictions on the movement of people in the rest of the Valley.

  • Kashmir's GST Journey Runs Into Autonomy Hurdle

    Kashmir's GST Journey Runs Into Autonomy Hurdle

    Shops and business establishments were shut in Kashmir valley on Saturday against the Goods and Services Tax even before it is rolled out in the state.

  • Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu's 'Eid Gift' To The Kashmir Valley- Vistadome Train

    Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu's 'Eid Gift' To The Kashmir Valley- Vistadome Train

    Aiming to provide a delightful travelling experience to the picturesque Kashmir valley, the Railways today announced a Vistadome train which would also serve the famous Kashmiri 'Wazwan' to the tourists. "Tourists need to enjoy the beauty of the Valley," Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said. He also stated that the Kashmiri cuisine would make ...

  • 10-Day Vacation For Educational Institutions In Jammu And Kashmir

    10-Day Vacation For Educational Institutions In Jammu And Kashmir

    The Jammu and Kashmir government today announced a 10-day summer vacation in all educational institutions in the valley from July 6.

  • No Evidence, NIA To Close One Probe Into Kashmir Terror Funding: Sources

    No Evidence, NIA To Close One Probe Into Kashmir Terror Funding: Sources

    One of two investigations into alleged terror funding in Jammu and Kashmir is "as good as closed", sources in the National Investigation Agency have told NDTV. The anti-terror agency had started the investigations to bust the channels of money from across the border that keeps Kashmir Valley on the boil.

  • Multi-Tier Security As Amarnath Yatra Begins From Jammu

    Multi-Tier Security As Amarnath Yatra Begins From Jammu

    The first batch of Amarnath pilgrims left Jammu for the cave shrine in the Kashmir Valley amid extraordinary security arrangements after intelligent inputs cautioned of terror attacks, police said.

  • 2 Terrorists Killed In Sopore Encounter, Another Gunbattle On In Pulwama

    2 Terrorists Killed In Sopore Encounter, Another Gunbattle On In Pulwama

    Security forces today gunned down two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists in an encounter in an area of north Kashmir and cornered two more in another part of the valley hours later. In Sopore township of Baramulla district in north Kashmir, two terrorists were killed in an encounter that had begun last night, a police official said.

  • 6 Terror Attacks In 24 Hours In Kashmir, Several Security Personnel Injured

    6 Terror Attacks In 24 Hours In Kashmir, Several Security Personnel Injured

    Terrorists carried out a series of attacks in the Kashmir valley on Tuesday evening, injuring 13 security personnel in a span of just four hours. In the last 24 hours, there have been five attacks in south Kashmir and one in north Kashmir.

  • Nine Jammu and Kashmir Students, Coached By Army, Crack IIT Exam

    Nine Jammu and Kashmir Students, Coached By Army, Crack IIT Exam

    While some of their counterparts were pelting stones at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, 40 students from the valley were quietly undergoing coaching with the Indian Army under the 'Super 40' programme to crack the Joint Entrance Examination for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology.

  • NIA Raids In Delhi, Kashmir Over Terror Funding In Valley

    NIA Raids In Delhi, Kashmir Over Terror Funding In Valley

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is carrying out raids at 14 locations in Jammu and Kashmir and eight in Delhi and neighbouring Haryana, after registering a case in connection with terror funding through hawala channels in the Kashmir Valley.

  • Hundreds Of Pandits Arrive In Kashmir To Celebrate Annual Kheer Bhawani Festival

    Hundreds Of Pandits Arrive In Kashmir To Celebrate Annual Kheer Bhawani Festival

    Hundreds of Pandits are arriving in Kashmir to celebrate the annual Mata Kheer Bhawani festival - the festival symbolising valley's religious harmony is seen as an occasion to revive the strong bonds between different communities in the valley and to pray for the return of Kashmiri Pandits.

  • To Educate IAS Daughter, Kashmiri Family Ate Less, Sold Jewellery

    To Educate IAS Daughter, Kashmiri Family Ate Less, Sold Jewellery

    Last August was a difficult time in the Kashmir valley. Street protests had broken out in mid-July after Hizbul commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter. And every time the security forces controlled mobs throwing stones with pellet guns, they left people on Kashmir's streets angrier. Thousands had been injured in the protests and much of t...

  • Curfew In Srinagar Day After Hizbul Commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat Killed

    Curfew In Srinagar Day After Hizbul Commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat Killed

    Curfew has been imposed in large parts of Srinagar and some other districts of the Kashmir Valley after protests and clashes following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat on Saturday.

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