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  • Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    A lawmaker of Jammu and Kashmir's ruling PDP has controversially described terrorists as "our brothers and martyrs" whose death should not be celebrated. Aijaz Ahmad Mir repeated today what he had declared in the state assembly yesterday.

  • "Whatever We'll Get, It'll Be From India": Mehbooba Mufti In J&K Assembly

    "Whatever We'll Get, It'll Be From India": Mehbooba Mufti In J&K Assembly

    In her first address to the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly during the ongoing budget session today, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in a blunt speech said that whatever the people of the state will get, they will get it from India only, and not anywhere else.

  • Opposition Targets Mehbooba Mufti Government Over Civilian Killing

    Opposition Targets Mehbooba Mufti Government Over Civilian Killing

    A huge row erupted in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly today as the opposition National Conference protested the killing of a civilian in south Kashmir and targeted the state government. Opposition lawmakers held up banners in the assembly and disrupted question hour before walking out of the House.

  • Row In Assembly Over Kashmir Cricketers Detained Over Pak National Anthem

    Row In Assembly Over Kashmir Cricketers Detained Over Pak National Anthem

    A video of Kashmiri cricketers standing up for the Pakistani national anthem in north Kashmir's Bandipore has gone viral on social media, triggering a controversy. Two Kashmiri cricket teams have been booked and several players reportedly detained for standing just when Pakistan's national anthem was being played at a cricket match last week.

  • In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    The Kashmir Valley has seen a surge in the number of orphans since the early 1990s when the militancy peaked. With most of the orphans live in unregistered orphanages, the focus so far has been on improving the facilities for the children. Now, efforts are also being made to develop the personalities, thus helping them to grow into responsible citi...

  • BSF Takes Out Pak Mortar Positions, Bunkers After Jawan Dies In Firing

    BSF Takes Out Pak Mortar Positions, Bunkers After Jawan Dies In Firing

    A day after a BSF jawan was killed on his birthday in heavy Pakistani firing, India's top border-guarding force opened up with heavy-calibre weapons and silenced Pakistani mortar positions and bunkers after hitting them through the night

  • After Brief New Year Celebrations, BSF Jawans Return To Border Patrolling

    After Brief New Year Celebrations, BSF Jawans Return To Border Patrolling

    Border Security Force jawans celebrated the New Year near the border in Jammu and Kashmir's RS Pura, far away from their families. Though they had some light moments during the celebrations, there was no let up in keeping vigil on the border.

  • Volunteers Help Kashmiri Pandits Raised Away From Home Rediscover Roots

    Volunteers Help Kashmiri Pandits Raised Away From Home Rediscover Roots

    For Kashmiri Pandits forced to flee Kashmir in the 90s in the wake of violence and terrorism, a detachment from language and culture has been among the biggest problems.

  • On Christmas, People In Srinagar Celebrate Kashmiriyat

    On Christmas, People In Srinagar Celebrate <i>Kashmiriyat</i>

    Celebrating Kashmiriyat (Kashmir's age-old legacy of amity), members of different communities today attended 'Inclusive Kashmir,' probably the first-of-its-kind interfaith dialogue held in the valley, on the occasion of Christmas.

  • From The Refugee Camps, This Kashmiri Pandit Is Among Civil Services Toppers

    From The Refugee Camps, This Kashmiri Pandit Is Among Civil Services Toppers

    From a refugee living in a tent to the civil services, it has been one incredible journey of grit and determination for 27-year-old Neha Pandita who cracked the prestigious Kashmir Adminstrative Services exam securing fourth rank.

  • Kashmir Train Ploughing Through Snow Is A Feast For The Eyes

    Kashmir Train Ploughing Through Snow Is A Feast For The Eyes

    A three-hour train ride from Baramulla to Banihal in north Kashmir in peak winter, when the ground is covered with thick, white snow, is a sight that would make any picturesque location around the world appear bland, say people who have been on this train at this time of the year

  • Transgenders In Kashmir Struggle For Identity

    Transgenders In Kashmir Struggle For Identity

    The 4,000 member strong transgender community in Kashmir is struggling for an identity, says the first ethnographic study done on the community in the valley.

  • In Kashmir Valley, A Sharp Rise In Domestic Violence Cases

    In Kashmir Valley, A Sharp Rise In Domestic Violence Cases

    45-year-old Hadeesa says for the last 10 years she has been struggling to live with dignity and respect. A resident of Srinagar, she says early into marriage, her in-laws unleashed atrocities, her husband abandoned her, remarried and refused to pay any money to support her.

  • Breaking Barriers: How Young Kashmiri Women Are Scripting Success Stories

    Breaking Barriers: How Young Kashmiri Women Are Scripting Success Stories

    26-year-old Anam Siraj quit a lucrative job in a multi-national company two years ago to start her own fashion brand in Srinagar. After getting a Master's degree in commerce from Kashmir University and a diploma in textile designing, she says she started her venture with just a Facebook page but in two years she has a full-fledged designer clothes ...

  • Jammu And Kashmir Family Seeks Sushma Swaraj's Help To Bring Back Son From Saudi Arabia

    Jammu And Kashmir Family Seeks Sushma Swaraj's Help To Bring Back Son From Saudi Arabia

    A family in Jammu and Kashmir has sought Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj's help in bringing home their son, Rabdeep Singh, who is allegedly being held hostage by his employer in Saudi Arabia. The family said he has been sending frantic messages narrating his ordeal

'Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal' - 437 Video Result(s)

'Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal' - 388 News Result(s)

  • Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    A lawmaker of Jammu and Kashmir's ruling PDP has controversially described terrorists as "our brothers and martyrs" whose death should not be celebrated. Aijaz Ahmad Mir repeated today what he had declared in the state assembly yesterday.

  • "Whatever We'll Get, It'll Be From India": Mehbooba Mufti In J&K Assembly

    "Whatever We'll Get, It'll Be From India": Mehbooba Mufti In J&K Assembly

    In her first address to the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly during the ongoing budget session today, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in a blunt speech said that whatever the people of the state will get, they will get it from India only, and not anywhere else.

  • Opposition Targets Mehbooba Mufti Government Over Civilian Killing

    Opposition Targets Mehbooba Mufti Government Over Civilian Killing

    A huge row erupted in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly today as the opposition National Conference protested the killing of a civilian in south Kashmir and targeted the state government. Opposition lawmakers held up banners in the assembly and disrupted question hour before walking out of the House.

  • Row In Assembly Over Kashmir Cricketers Detained Over Pak National Anthem

    Row In Assembly Over Kashmir Cricketers Detained Over Pak National Anthem

    A video of Kashmiri cricketers standing up for the Pakistani national anthem in north Kashmir's Bandipore has gone viral on social media, triggering a controversy. Two Kashmiri cricket teams have been booked and several players reportedly detained for standing just when Pakistan's national anthem was being played at a cricket match last week.

  • In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    In Kashmir Orphanages, Efforts To Provide Children More Than Just A Roof

    The Kashmir Valley has seen a surge in the number of orphans since the early 1990s when the militancy peaked. With most of the orphans live in unregistered orphanages, the focus so far has been on improving the facilities for the children. Now, efforts are also being made to develop the personalities, thus helping them to grow into responsible citi...

  • BSF Takes Out Pak Mortar Positions, Bunkers After Jawan Dies In Firing

    BSF Takes Out Pak Mortar Positions, Bunkers After Jawan Dies In Firing

    A day after a BSF jawan was killed on his birthday in heavy Pakistani firing, India's top border-guarding force opened up with heavy-calibre weapons and silenced Pakistani mortar positions and bunkers after hitting them through the night

  • After Brief New Year Celebrations, BSF Jawans Return To Border Patrolling

    After Brief New Year Celebrations, BSF Jawans Return To Border Patrolling

    Border Security Force jawans celebrated the New Year near the border in Jammu and Kashmir's RS Pura, far away from their families. Though they had some light moments during the celebrations, there was no let up in keeping vigil on the border.

  • Volunteers Help Kashmiri Pandits Raised Away From Home Rediscover Roots

    Volunteers Help Kashmiri Pandits Raised Away From Home Rediscover Roots

    For Kashmiri Pandits forced to flee Kashmir in the 90s in the wake of violence and terrorism, a detachment from language and culture has been among the biggest problems.

  • On Christmas, People In Srinagar Celebrate Kashmiriyat

    On Christmas, People In Srinagar Celebrate <i>Kashmiriyat</i>

    Celebrating Kashmiriyat (Kashmir's age-old legacy of amity), members of different communities today attended 'Inclusive Kashmir,' probably the first-of-its-kind interfaith dialogue held in the valley, on the occasion of Christmas.

  • From The Refugee Camps, This Kashmiri Pandit Is Among Civil Services Toppers

    From The Refugee Camps, This Kashmiri Pandit Is Among Civil Services Toppers

    From a refugee living in a tent to the civil services, it has been one incredible journey of grit and determination for 27-year-old Neha Pandita who cracked the prestigious Kashmir Adminstrative Services exam securing fourth rank.

  • Kashmir Train Ploughing Through Snow Is A Feast For The Eyes

    Kashmir Train Ploughing Through Snow Is A Feast For The Eyes

    A three-hour train ride from Baramulla to Banihal in north Kashmir in peak winter, when the ground is covered with thick, white snow, is a sight that would make any picturesque location around the world appear bland, say people who have been on this train at this time of the year

  • Transgenders In Kashmir Struggle For Identity

    Transgenders In Kashmir Struggle For Identity

    The 4,000 member strong transgender community in Kashmir is struggling for an identity, says the first ethnographic study done on the community in the valley.

  • In Kashmir Valley, A Sharp Rise In Domestic Violence Cases

    In Kashmir Valley, A Sharp Rise In Domestic Violence Cases

    45-year-old Hadeesa says for the last 10 years she has been struggling to live with dignity and respect. A resident of Srinagar, she says early into marriage, her in-laws unleashed atrocities, her husband abandoned her, remarried and refused to pay any money to support her.

  • Breaking Barriers: How Young Kashmiri Women Are Scripting Success Stories

    Breaking Barriers: How Young Kashmiri Women Are Scripting Success Stories

    26-year-old Anam Siraj quit a lucrative job in a multi-national company two years ago to start her own fashion brand in Srinagar. After getting a Master's degree in commerce from Kashmir University and a diploma in textile designing, she says she started her venture with just a Facebook page but in two years she has a full-fledged designer clothes ...

  • Jammu And Kashmir Family Seeks Sushma Swaraj's Help To Bring Back Son From Saudi Arabia

    Jammu And Kashmir Family Seeks Sushma Swaraj's Help To Bring Back Son From Saudi Arabia

    A family in Jammu and Kashmir has sought Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj's help in bringing home their son, Rabdeep Singh, who is allegedly being held hostage by his employer in Saudi Arabia. The family said he has been sending frantic messages narrating his ordeal

  • Centre's Outreach To Kashmiri Pandits Who Stayed Back In Valley

    Centre's Outreach To Kashmiri Pandits Who Stayed Back In Valley

    Young men from the Kashmiri Pandit community came together for a special prayer at the historic Ganesha temple at Srinagar's Ganpatyar on Wednesday morning. Most of them had decided to move out of the Valley for work, but now have a reason to stay back.

  • Schools Shut Due To Pak Shelling, Children Unable To Afford Education

    Schools Shut Due To Pak Shelling, Children Unable To Afford Education

    For the last seven months, several schools have been shut at Jhanghar in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, near the Line of Control, due to relentless shelling by Pakistan, affecting more than 300 students.

  • Near Line Of Control In Jammu, 100 Bunkers Being Built For Civilians

    Near Line Of Control In Jammu, 100 Bunkers Being Built For Civilians

    At the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, bunkers are being built on a war footing, not for soldiers, but civilians who have been bearing the brunt of the increasing ceasefire violations from Pakistan. The state government says it has made protection of border residents a priority, so they don't have to migrate to safer areas whenever shelling b...

  • Centre's Amnesty To Free 4,500 Caught In Kashmir's Stone-Pelting Protests

    Centre's Amnesty To Free 4,500 Caught In Kashmir's Stone-Pelting Protests

    The Centre's outreach to "first time offenders" in Jammu and Kashmir could mean freedom for 4,500 young men. All of them had been arrested for stone-pelting, mostly during the five-month unrest in the valley that started after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani. All of them have been in police lock-up since their arrest.

  • After Footballer's Homecoming, Appeals From Mothers Ring Across Kashmir

    After Footballer's Homecoming, Appeals From Mothers Ring Across Kashmir

    The homecoming of footballer Majid Khan had triggered a barrage a tearful appeals from mothers across Kashmir valley. 'Come home,' they tell their sons who have left to join terror groups.

  • Police Dismiss ISIS Claims Of Orchestrating Attack In Jammu and Kashmir

    Police Dismiss ISIS Claims Of Orchestrating Attack In Jammu and Kashmir

    A village in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur bid an emotional goodbye to Sub-Inspector Imran Tak on Sunday. Thousands attended the funeral of the police officer, who was killed in a shootout at Zakura on the outskirts of Srinagar on Friday.

  • In Radicalising Kashmir's Young, Authorities See More Than One Culprit

    In Radicalising Kashmir's Young, Authorities See More Than One Culprit

    By all accounts, it was a moving video appeal by Majid Khan's mother, which went viral on social media that persuaded the ace Kashmiri footballer to head back home. And therein, perhaps, lies the irony. It was the same web, helping propagate extremist virtues that has radicalised many Kashmiri youth and sponsored their induction into the terror gro...

  • Kashmir's Saffron Farmers' Earnings Dry Up Due To Weak Rains

    Kashmir's Saffron Farmers' Earnings Dry Up Due To Weak Rains

    Saffron of the highest quality grows in the fields at Pampore on the outskirts of Srinagar, but this year there are no blooming saffron crops -- only clusters of purple flowers, that too barely in sigh

  • Race To Take Credit As Refugees In Jammu And Kashmir Get Settlement Funds

    Race To Take Credit As Refugees In Jammu And Kashmir Get Settlement Funds

    75-year-old Vimla Devi's long wait has finally come to an end. Her family of 10 crossed into Jammu and Kashmir from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir during the Partition. Since then, they have been living in a two-room house allotted by the government.

  • Promises Made 10 Years Ago For Jobs Not Fulfilled, Kashmiri Pandits Say

    Promises Made 10 Years Ago For Jobs Not Fulfilled, Kashmiri Pandits Say

    At an hour-long meeting in Delhi today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti discussed the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits, particularly jobs for them in the Kashmir Valley. Sources say Ms Mufti assured the Home Minister that legalities have been worked out for appointing Pandits in the Valley.

  • Kashmiri Man Had Voted Before Army Used Him As 'Human Shield': Police

    Kashmiri Man Had Voted Before Army Used Him As 'Human Shield': Police

    Farooq Ahmad Dar, who was tied to an army jeep and paraded during the violence-hit April 9 by-polls in Srinagar, had cast his vote before he was used as a "human shield", a police investigation has confirmed.

  • 3 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir, Were Planning Uri-Like Attack, Say Police

    3 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir, Were Planning Uri-Like Attack, Say Police

    Three terrorists were killed by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri on Sunday, averting a major attack like the one on an Army base in the same area last year, the police said. Early investigations suggested they belonged to Pakistan-based Laskkar-e-Taiba, they added.

  • Row Over State Holiday For Hari Singh Birthday Grows In Jammu And Kashmir

    Row Over State Holiday For Hari Singh Birthday Grows In Jammu And Kashmir

    A major controversy has erupted in Jammu and Kashmir over the birthday of the last King of Kashmir Maharaja Hari Singh - 55 years after his death. Hari Singh's grandsons, members of the ruling PDP and BJP, are demanding that the day should be marked as a state holiday.

  • 2 Terrorists Involved In Banihal Attack Arrested, Weapons Recovered

    2 Terrorists Involved In Banihal Attack Arrested, Weapons Recovered

    Barely 30 hours after they killed a Sashastra Seema Bal jawan and injured another soldier at Banihal, the Jammu and Kashmir police have arrested two attackers.

  • Terrorists Target Minister's Convoy At Tral Near Srinagar, 3 Civilians Dead

    Terrorists Target Minister's Convoy At Tral Near Srinagar, 3 Civilians Dead

    Three civilians have been killed and six security personnel are reported injured in a terrorist attack in Tral, about 25 miles south of Srinagar, in Jammu and Kashmir. Minister Naeem Akhtar escaped unhurt in the attack

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