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  • Centre Won't Initiate Talks With Separatists Anytime Soon, Say Officials

    Centre Won't Initiate Talks With Separatists Anytime Soon, Say Officials

    The government would not be initiating talks with the Hurriyat anytime soon as the Home Ministry feels talks with separatists would not yield any results, a senior official has told NDTV. "What can they deliver as the situation in Kashmir is beyond their control now," the official said.

  • Hurriyat Ready For Talks, Says Jammu And Kashmir Governor

    Hurriyat Ready For Talks, Says Jammu And Kashmir Governor

    The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is much improved now and the Hurriyat is ready for talks, Governor Satya Pal Malik has said. The "temperature is lower," the Governor declared at a programme in Srinagar yesterday, in presence of Union ministers Prakash Javadekar and Jitendra Singh.

  • Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Nassem Geelani Summoned For Questioning

    Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Nassem Geelani Summoned For Questioning

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has summoned Jammu and Kashmir's separatist Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and son of Hurriyat hardliner Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Naseem Geelani, for questioning in its ongoing probe into the terror funding case.

  • "Some Live In India But Speak Pakistan's Language": PM Modi's Swipe At Congress

    "Some Live In India But Speak Pakistan's Language": PM Modi's Swipe At Congress

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today denounced "certain people" who live in the country but "talk Pakistan's language with the intention of removinghim from power", in a scathing attack on the Congress after the Pulwama terror strike.

  • Nearly 10,000 Troops Airlifted To Srinagar Amid Major Crackdown In J&K

    Nearly 10,000 Troops Airlifted To Srinagar Amid Major Crackdown In J&K

    Amid a major crackdown on separatists in Jammu and Kashmir that began last night, the Centre has sent around 10,000 soldiers of various paramilitary forces to the state. The massive crackdown, which happened through the night, resulted in the arrest of around 130 people, mainly separatists from the Jamaat-e-Islami (Kashmir) and the Hurriyat Confere...

  • Government Scraps Security For 6 Separatists After Pulwama Attack

    Government Scraps Security For 6 Separatists After Pulwama Attack

    The government will no longer provide any security to separatists in Jammu and Kashmir, sources said. The order from the state administration, issued three days after the deadly terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama that cost over 40 lives, said all security and vehicles provided to the separatists will be withdrawn by this evening.

  • Pak Minister Talks To Hurriyat Leader, India Summons Envoy

    Pak Minister Talks To Hurriyat Leader, India Summons Envoy

    India today summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood over Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's telephonic conversation with Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. The conversation, ahead of the coming national elections, was a "brazen attempt to subvert India's unity and to violate its sovereignty and territorial integrity," the External...

  • Pak Minister Calling Hurriyat Shows Their Duplicity, Say Sources: Report

    Pak Minister Calling Hurriyat Shows Their Duplicity, Say Sources: Report

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi's telephonic conversation with separatist Mirwaiz Umar Farooq reflected the duplicity in Pakistani leadership's approach on ties with India, official sources said on Tuesday

  • "They Should Not Consider Me As An Alien": Governor's Message To Hurriyat

    "They Should Not Consider Me As An Alien": Governor's Message To Hurriyat

    Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik on Tuesday reached out to the separatist leaders urging them to apprise him directly of the cases of the alleged "atrocity and injustice" to common people that they may come across.

  • Centre Can Take Up Kashmir Issue With Hurriyat: Farooq Abdullah

    Centre Can Take Up Kashmir Issue With Hurriyat: Farooq Abdullah

    National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has said that lasting peace can be achieved in Kashmir only through dialogue and the Centre should hold talks with the Hurriyat leaders.

  • If Talks Can Be Held With Taliban, Why Not Hurriyat, Asks Farooq Abdullah

    If Talks Can Be Held With Taliban, Why Not Hurriyat, Asks Farooq Abdullah

    Referring to Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat's comments on holding talks with the Taliban for peace in Afghanistan, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Thursday asked why the centre was not initiating a dialogue with the Hurriyat leaders in the Valley.

  • Masked Men Storm Into Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, Wave ISIS Flags

    Masked Men Storm Into Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, Wave ISIS Flags

    A group of masked young men stormed into the historical Jamia Masjid in Srinagar with ISIS flags and created a ruckus on Friday, provoking condemnation from the mosque's management committee as well as separatists.

  • Former Norway PM Visits Kashmir, PoK, Omar Abdullah Asks Why

    Former Norway PM Visits Kashmir, PoK, Omar Abdullah Asks Why

    The visit of a former Norwegian Prime Minister to Kashmir Valley and his meetings with leaders of Hurriyat has triggered controversy.

  • Kashmiri Politicians Seek Hurriyat's Permission To Go To Toilet: Minister

    Kashmiri Politicians Seek Hurriyat's Permission To Go To Toilet: Minister

    Criticising their stoic silence over the killing of a soldier by a stone-pelting mob in the valley, Union minister Jitendra Singh Saturday said the mainstream Kashmiri politicians cannot go to the toilet without the Hurriyat Conference's permission.

  • Hurriyat Member Shot Dead By Gunmen In Jammu And Kashmir’s Sopore

    Hurriyat Member Shot Dead By Gunmen In Jammu And Kashmir’s Sopore

    A Hurriyat Conference member was shot on Saturday by unidentified gunmen in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore area, police said.

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  • Centre Won't Initiate Talks With Separatists Anytime Soon, Say Officials

    Centre Won't Initiate Talks With Separatists Anytime Soon, Say Officials

    The government would not be initiating talks with the Hurriyat anytime soon as the Home Ministry feels talks with separatists would not yield any results, a senior official has told NDTV. "What can they deliver as the situation in Kashmir is beyond their control now," the official said.

  • Hurriyat Ready For Talks, Says Jammu And Kashmir Governor

    Hurriyat Ready For Talks, Says Jammu And Kashmir Governor

    The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is much improved now and the Hurriyat is ready for talks, Governor Satya Pal Malik has said. The "temperature is lower," the Governor declared at a programme in Srinagar yesterday, in presence of Union ministers Prakash Javadekar and Jitendra Singh.

  • Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Nassem Geelani Summoned For Questioning

    Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Nassem Geelani Summoned For Questioning

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has summoned Jammu and Kashmir's separatist Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and son of Hurriyat hardliner Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Naseem Geelani, for questioning in its ongoing probe into the terror funding case.

  • "Some Live In India But Speak Pakistan's Language": PM Modi's Swipe At Congress

    "Some Live In India But Speak Pakistan's Language": PM Modi's Swipe At Congress

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today denounced "certain people" who live in the country but "talk Pakistan's language with the intention of removinghim from power", in a scathing attack on the Congress after the Pulwama terror strike.

  • Nearly 10,000 Troops Airlifted To Srinagar Amid Major Crackdown In J&K

    Nearly 10,000 Troops Airlifted To Srinagar Amid Major Crackdown In J&K

    Amid a major crackdown on separatists in Jammu and Kashmir that began last night, the Centre has sent around 10,000 soldiers of various paramilitary forces to the state. The massive crackdown, which happened through the night, resulted in the arrest of around 130 people, mainly separatists from the Jamaat-e-Islami (Kashmir) and the Hurriyat Confere...

  • Government Scraps Security For 6 Separatists After Pulwama Attack

    Government Scraps Security For 6 Separatists After Pulwama Attack

    The government will no longer provide any security to separatists in Jammu and Kashmir, sources said. The order from the state administration, issued three days after the deadly terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama that cost over 40 lives, said all security and vehicles provided to the separatists will be withdrawn by this evening.

  • Pak Minister Talks To Hurriyat Leader, India Summons Envoy

    Pak Minister Talks To Hurriyat Leader, India Summons Envoy

    India today summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood over Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's telephonic conversation with Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. The conversation, ahead of the coming national elections, was a "brazen attempt to subvert India's unity and to violate its sovereignty and territorial integrity," the External...

  • Pak Minister Calling Hurriyat Shows Their Duplicity, Say Sources: Report

    Pak Minister Calling Hurriyat Shows Their Duplicity, Say Sources: Report

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi's telephonic conversation with separatist Mirwaiz Umar Farooq reflected the duplicity in Pakistani leadership's approach on ties with India, official sources said on Tuesday

  • "They Should Not Consider Me As An Alien": Governor's Message To Hurriyat

    "They Should Not Consider Me As An Alien": Governor's Message To Hurriyat

    Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik on Tuesday reached out to the separatist leaders urging them to apprise him directly of the cases of the alleged "atrocity and injustice" to common people that they may come across.

  • Centre Can Take Up Kashmir Issue With Hurriyat: Farooq Abdullah

    Centre Can Take Up Kashmir Issue With Hurriyat: Farooq Abdullah

    National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has said that lasting peace can be achieved in Kashmir only through dialogue and the Centre should hold talks with the Hurriyat leaders.

  • If Talks Can Be Held With Taliban, Why Not Hurriyat, Asks Farooq Abdullah

    If Talks Can Be Held With Taliban, Why Not Hurriyat, Asks Farooq Abdullah

    Referring to Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat's comments on holding talks with the Taliban for peace in Afghanistan, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Thursday asked why the centre was not initiating a dialogue with the Hurriyat leaders in the Valley.

  • Masked Men Storm Into Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, Wave ISIS Flags

    Masked Men Storm Into Srinagar's Jamia Masjid, Wave ISIS Flags

    A group of masked young men stormed into the historical Jamia Masjid in Srinagar with ISIS flags and created a ruckus on Friday, provoking condemnation from the mosque's management committee as well as separatists.

  • Former Norway PM Visits Kashmir, PoK, Omar Abdullah Asks Why

    Former Norway PM Visits Kashmir, PoK, Omar Abdullah Asks Why

    The visit of a former Norwegian Prime Minister to Kashmir Valley and his meetings with leaders of Hurriyat has triggered controversy.

  • Kashmiri Politicians Seek Hurriyat's Permission To Go To Toilet: Minister

    Kashmiri Politicians Seek Hurriyat's Permission To Go To Toilet: Minister

    Criticising their stoic silence over the killing of a soldier by a stone-pelting mob in the valley, Union minister Jitendra Singh Saturday said the mainstream Kashmiri politicians cannot go to the toilet without the Hurriyat Conference's permission.

  • Hurriyat Member Shot Dead By Gunmen In Jammu And Kashmir’s Sopore

    Hurriyat Member Shot Dead By Gunmen In Jammu And Kashmir’s Sopore

    A Hurriyat Conference member was shot on Saturday by unidentified gunmen in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore area, police said.

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