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  • Blog: Reporting From Kashmir Without Phones, Internet, Travel Pass

    Blog: Reporting From Kashmir Without Phones, Internet, Travel Pass

    When I am asked how the situation is in Kashmir, I feel like saying, let the pain stop before I can answer that. I still cannot find peace, to bring myself to talk or write about it. The situation is yet to sink in, speaking both as a Kashmiri and a reporter.

  • "Was Detained At Home, Home Minister Lying": Farooq Abdullah Breaks Down

    "Was Detained At Home, Home Minister Lying": Farooq Abdullah Breaks Down

    National Conference patriarch Farooq Abdullah today contradicted Union Home Minister Amit Shah's comment in parliament that he has "neither been detained nor arrested". "I was detained in my house... I feel sad that Home Minister can lie like this," the 81-year-old told NDTV from Srinagar.

  • Air Ticket As Pass To Visit Kashmir Amid Lockdown After Article 370 Move

    Air Ticket As Pass To Visit Kashmir Amid Lockdown After Article 370 Move

    Jammu and Kashmir no longer has special status under Article 370 of the constitution and will soon become two union territories once parliament clears the move - historic decisions that were announced by Home Minister Amit Shah in parliament on Monday amid a severe security lockdown in the state.

  • Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah Under House Arrest In J&K Turmoil: 10 Facts

    Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah Under House Arrest In J&K Turmoil: 10 Facts

    Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah and Sajad Lone - the three most prominent politicians from Jammu and Kashmir - were placed under house arrest late Sunday. Mobile internet and landline phone connections have been blocked in many places and public meetings or rallies have been banned. The moves come at a time when the state has plunged into uncertainty...

  • Mehbooba Mufti Gets Anti-Corruption Notice, Says "Not Surprised"

    Mehbooba Mufti Gets Anti-Corruption Notice, Says "Not Surprised"

    Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti has received a notice from the Jammu and Kashmir Anti-Corruption Bureau, enquiring if she had endorsed recommendations allegedly made by some of her cabinet colleagues for appointments in the JK Bank during her tenure as chief minister.

  • J&K Parties Unite Amid Turmoil, Warn Against Change In Special Status

    J&K Parties Unite Amid Turmoil, Warn Against Change In Special Status

    An all-party meeting, called for by former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, is underwayat the residence of National Conference chairman Farooq Abdullah

  • Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah met Governor Satya Pal Malik to discuss the tense situation in the state, following a week in which a travel advisory was issued to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and an additional 25,000 troops moved into the Kashmir Valley, amid rumours the centre was planning to scrap Article 35A, which grants Jammu...

  • No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    Hundreds of tourists and Amarnath pilgrims are looking to leave the Kashmir Valley after the government on Friday asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Friday evening asked a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir politicians to "maintain calm and not believe rumours" that are circulating in the Kashmir Valley since an advisory by the government asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to cut short their stay and leave amid intelligence inputs of terror thr...

  • Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • 25,000 More Troops Being Moved To Kashmir, Week After 10,000-Strong Push

    25,000 More Troops Being Moved To Kashmir, Week After 10,000-Strong Push

    Less than a week after moving 10,000 troops of paramilitary forces to Kashmir, the centre is rushing about 25,000 more paramilitary personnel to the Valley, as part of a massive troop build-up.

  • Brothers Of Aurangzeb, Soldier Killed By Terrorists In J&K, Join Army

    Brothers Of Aurangzeb, Soldier Killed By Terrorists In J&K, Join Army

    The Indian flag is flying high at the home of Mohammad Hanief at Sailani village near the Line of Control in Kashmir. His two sons have recently been recruited by the Army. Mr Hanief says they will fulfill the mission of their brother Aurangzeb, the soldier who was abducted and killed by terrorists in South Kashmir's Shopian district in June last y...

  • After Ajit Doval Returns From J&K, Centre Moves 10,000 Troops To State

    After Ajit Doval Returns From J&K, Centre Moves 10,000 Troops To State

    In a massive security build-up to strengthen anti-terrorist operations, the centre is moving 10,000 troops of the paramilitary forces to Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Jaish Terrorist From Pak Who Made Explosives Shot Dead In J&K: Police

    Jaish Terrorist From Pak Who Made Explosives Shot Dead In J&K: Police

    A most wanted Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist was shot dead in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian today, the police said. Munna Lahori, the Pakistan-based terrorist group's leader in south Kashmir area, was shot dead along with his local associate in an encounter in Bona bazaar area.

  • Unjustly Jailed For 23 Years, Ali Mohammed Bhat Returns To Parents' Grave

    Unjustly Jailed For 23 Years, Ali Mohammed Bhat Returns To Parents' Grave

    Twenty-three years after he was accused of terror attacks in Delhi and Rajasthan, branded a terrorist and left to rot in prison, 48-year-old Ali Mohammad Bhat returned home to Srinagar, only to find his parents had died of heartbreak while he languished in jail for a crime he never committed

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  • Blog: Reporting From Kashmir Without Phones, Internet, Travel Pass

    Blog: Reporting From Kashmir Without Phones, Internet, Travel Pass

    When I am asked how the situation is in Kashmir, I feel like saying, let the pain stop before I can answer that. I still cannot find peace, to bring myself to talk or write about it. The situation is yet to sink in, speaking both as a Kashmiri and a reporter.

  • "Was Detained At Home, Home Minister Lying": Farooq Abdullah Breaks Down

    "Was Detained At Home, Home Minister Lying": Farooq Abdullah Breaks Down

    National Conference patriarch Farooq Abdullah today contradicted Union Home Minister Amit Shah's comment in parliament that he has "neither been detained nor arrested". "I was detained in my house... I feel sad that Home Minister can lie like this," the 81-year-old told NDTV from Srinagar.

  • Air Ticket As Pass To Visit Kashmir Amid Lockdown After Article 370 Move

    Air Ticket As Pass To Visit Kashmir Amid Lockdown After Article 370 Move

    Jammu and Kashmir no longer has special status under Article 370 of the constitution and will soon become two union territories once parliament clears the move - historic decisions that were announced by Home Minister Amit Shah in parliament on Monday amid a severe security lockdown in the state.

  • Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah Under House Arrest In J&K Turmoil: 10 Facts

    Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah Under House Arrest In J&K Turmoil: 10 Facts

    Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah and Sajad Lone - the three most prominent politicians from Jammu and Kashmir - were placed under house arrest late Sunday. Mobile internet and landline phone connections have been blocked in many places and public meetings or rallies have been banned. The moves come at a time when the state has plunged into uncertainty...

  • Mehbooba Mufti Gets Anti-Corruption Notice, Says "Not Surprised"

    Mehbooba Mufti Gets Anti-Corruption Notice, Says "Not Surprised"

    Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti has received a notice from the Jammu and Kashmir Anti-Corruption Bureau, enquiring if she had endorsed recommendations allegedly made by some of her cabinet colleagues for appointments in the JK Bank during her tenure as chief minister.

  • J&K Parties Unite Amid Turmoil, Warn Against Change In Special Status

    J&K Parties Unite Amid Turmoil, Warn Against Change In Special Status

    An all-party meeting, called for by former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, is underwayat the residence of National Conference chairman Farooq Abdullah

  • Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah met Governor Satya Pal Malik to discuss the tense situation in the state, following a week in which a travel advisory was issued to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and an additional 25,000 troops moved into the Kashmir Valley, amid rumours the centre was planning to scrap Article 35A, which grants Jammu...

  • No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    Hundreds of tourists and Amarnath pilgrims are looking to leave the Kashmir Valley after the government on Friday asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Friday evening asked a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir politicians to "maintain calm and not believe rumours" that are circulating in the Kashmir Valley since an advisory by the government asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to cut short their stay and leave amid intelligence inputs of terror thr...

  • Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • 25,000 More Troops Being Moved To Kashmir, Week After 10,000-Strong Push

    25,000 More Troops Being Moved To Kashmir, Week After 10,000-Strong Push

    Less than a week after moving 10,000 troops of paramilitary forces to Kashmir, the centre is rushing about 25,000 more paramilitary personnel to the Valley, as part of a massive troop build-up.

  • Brothers Of Aurangzeb, Soldier Killed By Terrorists In J&K, Join Army

    Brothers Of Aurangzeb, Soldier Killed By Terrorists In J&K, Join Army

    The Indian flag is flying high at the home of Mohammad Hanief at Sailani village near the Line of Control in Kashmir. His two sons have recently been recruited by the Army. Mr Hanief says they will fulfill the mission of their brother Aurangzeb, the soldier who was abducted and killed by terrorists in South Kashmir's Shopian district in June last y...

  • After Ajit Doval Returns From J&K, Centre Moves 10,000 Troops To State

    After Ajit Doval Returns From J&K, Centre Moves 10,000 Troops To State

    In a massive security build-up to strengthen anti-terrorist operations, the centre is moving 10,000 troops of the paramilitary forces to Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Jaish Terrorist From Pak Who Made Explosives Shot Dead In J&K: Police

    Jaish Terrorist From Pak Who Made Explosives Shot Dead In J&K: Police

    A most wanted Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist was shot dead in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian today, the police said. Munna Lahori, the Pakistan-based terrorist group's leader in south Kashmir area, was shot dead along with his local associate in an encounter in Bona bazaar area.

  • Unjustly Jailed For 23 Years, Ali Mohammed Bhat Returns To Parents' Grave

    Unjustly Jailed For 23 Years, Ali Mohammed Bhat Returns To Parents' Grave

    Twenty-three years after he was accused of terror attacks in Delhi and Rajasthan, branded a terrorist and left to rot in prison, 48-year-old Ali Mohammad Bhat returned home to Srinagar, only to find his parents had died of heartbreak while he languished in jail for a crime he never committed

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