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  • Violent Protests In Jammu Over Pulwama Attack, Curfew On, Army On Standby

    Violent Protests In Jammu Over Pulwama Attack, Curfew On, Army On Standby

    A curfew was imposed in parts of Jammu city on Friday after massive protests and violence over the terror attack in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir in which over 40 security personnel were killed. The army has been requested to be on standby to help the maintain calm, officials said. The curfew was imposed as authorities feared a communal backlash, th...

  • 40 CRPF Men Killed In Worst Terror Attack On Forces In Kashmir, India Condemns Pakistan

    40 CRPF Men Killed In Worst Terror Attack On Forces In Kashmir, India Condemns Pakistan

    Nearly 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed and many others injured when terrorists targeted a convoy with a car bomb at Awantipora in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday, in what is the worst attack ever on security personnel in the state. Reports suggested that the vehicle used by the terrorists was a Mahindra...

  • Kargil Crisis Deepens, Autonomous Council Calls For Mass Disobedience

    Kargil Crisis Deepens, Autonomous Council Calls For Mass Disobedience

    Following mass protests and closure of government offices against the creation of a separate division for Ladakh with its headquarters at Leh, the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Kargil has called for mass disobedience and directed all government offices not to entertain government orders unless the Governor reviews the decision.

  • At Minus 17 Degrees, Thousands Spent Night On Roads In Kargil In Protest

    At Minus 17 Degrees, Thousands Spent Night On Roads In Kargil In Protest

    At minus 17 degree Celsius, thousands spent the night on roads in Kargil protesting against the creation of a separate administrative division for Ladkah with its headquarters at Leh. Protests erupted yesterday evening when the divisional commissioner of newly-created division tried to visit Kargil but thousands marched on roads and blocked his ent...

  • Total Shutdown In Kargil Against Creation Of Ladakh Division

    Total Shutdown In Kargil Against Creation Of Ladakh Division

    All government offices in Jammu and Kashmir's Kargil were closed today as part of a shutdown call against the government's decision of creating a separate administrative division for Ladakh region with its headquarters in Leh.

  • Jammu And Kashmir Faces Massive Power Outage Over 1,600 Crores Dues

    Jammu And Kashmir Faces Massive Power Outage Over 1,600 Crores Dues

    Electricity generator NTPC Ltd will regulate power supply to Jammu and Kashmir after the state failed to pay dues over Rs 1,600 crore, the government-run company said in a statement today. Power supply will be scaled down or even snapped starting February 19, it said.

  • Kargil Residents Brave Bone-Chilling Cold To Protest Centre's Ladakh Division Move

    Kargil Residents Brave Bone-Chilling Cold To Protest Centre's Ladakh Division Move

    Creating a separate administrative division for Ladakh with its headquarters at Leh is backfiring on the centre. Two days after the government issued the controversial order, thousands of Kargil residents marched in the bone-chilling cold to demand that the decision be reviewed immediately. They have refused to be part of the newly created division...

  • 7 Dead, 3 Rescued After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    7 Dead, 3 Rescued After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    A day after a massive avalanche hit a police post near the Jawahar Tunnel along the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, rescuers on Friday found three survivors and recovered seven bodies buried under mounds of snow and debris of a destroyed police post.

  • 6 Policemen Among 10 Missing After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    6 Policemen Among 10 Missing After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    Ten people have gone missing after a police post was hit by an avalanche near the Jawahar tunnel along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway in Kulgam district. The 10 include six policemen, two fire service personnel and two civilians.

  • Flights Cancelled In Srinagar For Second Day After Heavy Snow In Kashmir

    Flights Cancelled In Srinagar For Second Day After Heavy Snow In Kashmir

    It has been snowing continuously in Kashmir valley severely disrupting normal life. No flight could land or take off from Srinagar airport since yesterday.

  • Army Questions 3 Jawans Over Killing Of Soldier Aurangzeb In Kashmir

    Army Questions 3 Jawans Over Killing Of Soldier Aurangzeb In Kashmir

    The army is questioning three soldiers for their alleged role in the murder of a soldier - who waskilled by terrorists - in Jammu and Kashmir in June last year. Sources said the men, all belonging to the 44 Rashtriya Rifles, are reportedly under detention after investigations revealed that they might have leaked the information about the movements ...

  • Football Bringing Pleasant Change In Troubled Kashmir

    Football Bringing Pleasant Change In Troubled Kashmir

    Real Kashmir football club have taken the I-League by surprise and Indian football by storm.

  • Will Revoke Public Safety Act If We Come To Power: Omar Abdullah

    Will Revoke Public Safety Act If We Come To Power: Omar Abdullah

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Thursday announced he will revoke the Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act or PSA if his party returns to power. Under PSA, anybody can be arrested and jailed without a trial.

  • 2 Terrorists Shot, Planned Attack On Srinagar Republic Day Event: Sources

    2 Terrorists Shot, Planned Attack On Srinagar Republic Day Event: Sources

    Two terrorists of the Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) group were killed on Saturday in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Khonmoh area on the outskirts of Srinagar district. The terrorists had planned to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations, said police sources.

  • "Someone Donated Earrings": Shah Faesal Appeal Gets Overwhelming Response

    "Someone Donated Earrings": Shah Faesal Appeal Gets Overwhelming Response

    Shah Faesal, the IAS topper who quit the civil services earlier this month and now intends to launch a political group to fight elections, says his appeal for crowdfunding in Jammu and Kashmir has received an overwhelming response.

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  • Violent Protests In Jammu Over Pulwama Attack, Curfew On, Army On Standby

    Violent Protests In Jammu Over Pulwama Attack, Curfew On, Army On Standby

    A curfew was imposed in parts of Jammu city on Friday after massive protests and violence over the terror attack in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir in which over 40 security personnel were killed. The army has been requested to be on standby to help the maintain calm, officials said. The curfew was imposed as authorities feared a communal backlash, th...

  • 40 CRPF Men Killed In Worst Terror Attack On Forces In Kashmir, India Condemns Pakistan

    40 CRPF Men Killed In Worst Terror Attack On Forces In Kashmir, India Condemns Pakistan

    Nearly 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed and many others injured when terrorists targeted a convoy with a car bomb at Awantipora in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday, in what is the worst attack ever on security personnel in the state. Reports suggested that the vehicle used by the terrorists was a Mahindra...

  • Kargil Crisis Deepens, Autonomous Council Calls For Mass Disobedience

    Kargil Crisis Deepens, Autonomous Council Calls For Mass Disobedience

    Following mass protests and closure of government offices against the creation of a separate division for Ladakh with its headquarters at Leh, the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Kargil has called for mass disobedience and directed all government offices not to entertain government orders unless the Governor reviews the decision.

  • At Minus 17 Degrees, Thousands Spent Night On Roads In Kargil In Protest

    At Minus 17 Degrees, Thousands Spent Night On Roads In Kargil In Protest

    At minus 17 degree Celsius, thousands spent the night on roads in Kargil protesting against the creation of a separate administrative division for Ladkah with its headquarters at Leh. Protests erupted yesterday evening when the divisional commissioner of newly-created division tried to visit Kargil but thousands marched on roads and blocked his ent...

  • Total Shutdown In Kargil Against Creation Of Ladakh Division

    Total Shutdown In Kargil Against Creation Of Ladakh Division

    All government offices in Jammu and Kashmir's Kargil were closed today as part of a shutdown call against the government's decision of creating a separate administrative division for Ladakh region with its headquarters in Leh.

  • Jammu And Kashmir Faces Massive Power Outage Over 1,600 Crores Dues

    Jammu And Kashmir Faces Massive Power Outage Over 1,600 Crores Dues

    Electricity generator NTPC Ltd will regulate power supply to Jammu and Kashmir after the state failed to pay dues over Rs 1,600 crore, the government-run company said in a statement today. Power supply will be scaled down or even snapped starting February 19, it said.

  • Kargil Residents Brave Bone-Chilling Cold To Protest Centre's Ladakh Division Move

    Kargil Residents Brave Bone-Chilling Cold To Protest Centre's Ladakh Division Move

    Creating a separate administrative division for Ladakh with its headquarters at Leh is backfiring on the centre. Two days after the government issued the controversial order, thousands of Kargil residents marched in the bone-chilling cold to demand that the decision be reviewed immediately. They have refused to be part of the newly created division...

  • 7 Dead, 3 Rescued After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    7 Dead, 3 Rescued After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    A day after a massive avalanche hit a police post near the Jawahar Tunnel along the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, rescuers on Friday found three survivors and recovered seven bodies buried under mounds of snow and debris of a destroyed police post.

  • 6 Policemen Among 10 Missing After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    6 Policemen Among 10 Missing After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

    Ten people have gone missing after a police post was hit by an avalanche near the Jawahar tunnel along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway in Kulgam district. The 10 include six policemen, two fire service personnel and two civilians.

  • Flights Cancelled In Srinagar For Second Day After Heavy Snow In Kashmir

    Flights Cancelled In Srinagar For Second Day After Heavy Snow In Kashmir

    It has been snowing continuously in Kashmir valley severely disrupting normal life. No flight could land or take off from Srinagar airport since yesterday.

  • Army Questions 3 Jawans Over Killing Of Soldier Aurangzeb In Kashmir

    Army Questions 3 Jawans Over Killing Of Soldier Aurangzeb In Kashmir

    The army is questioning three soldiers for their alleged role in the murder of a soldier - who waskilled by terrorists - in Jammu and Kashmir in June last year. Sources said the men, all belonging to the 44 Rashtriya Rifles, are reportedly under detention after investigations revealed that they might have leaked the information about the movements ...

  • Football Bringing Pleasant Change In Troubled Kashmir

    Football Bringing Pleasant Change In Troubled Kashmir

    Real Kashmir football club have taken the I-League by surprise and Indian football by storm.

  • Will Revoke Public Safety Act If We Come To Power: Omar Abdullah

    Will Revoke Public Safety Act If We Come To Power: Omar Abdullah

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Thursday announced he will revoke the Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act or PSA if his party returns to power. Under PSA, anybody can be arrested and jailed without a trial.

  • 2 Terrorists Shot, Planned Attack On Srinagar Republic Day Event: Sources

    2 Terrorists Shot, Planned Attack On Srinagar Republic Day Event: Sources

    Two terrorists of the Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) group were killed on Saturday in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Khonmoh area on the outskirts of Srinagar district. The terrorists had planned to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations, said police sources.

  • "Someone Donated Earrings": Shah Faesal Appeal Gets Overwhelming Response

    "Someone Donated Earrings": Shah Faesal Appeal Gets Overwhelming Response

    Shah Faesal, the IAS topper who quit the civil services earlier this month and now intends to launch a political group to fight elections, says his appeal for crowdfunding in Jammu and Kashmir has received an overwhelming response.

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