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  • 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

  • Schools Closed For A Week Due To Pak Firing In Jammu And Kashmir's Arnia

    Schools Closed For A Week Due To Pak Firing In Jammu And Kashmir's Arnia

    For the last one week, schools at the international border at Arnia in Jammu and Kashmir are shut due to incessant shelling by Pakistan. The panic-stricken students and staff say the situation is just not conducive for studies.

  • Schools Shut In Jammu And Kashmir's Arnia After Pakistan Violates Ceasefire

    Schools Shut In Jammu And Kashmir's Arnia After Pakistan Violates Ceasefire

    After a night of heavy shelling by Pakistani forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Arnia sector, all schools within five-kilometre area along the international border (IB) have remained closed. This is the fifth ceasefire violation by Pakistan in as many days.

  • To Fight Blue Whale Challenge, J&K Schools Run Special Campaigns

    To Fight Blue Whale Challenge, J&K Schools Run Special Campaigns

    With rising incidents of children committing suicide by taking the blue whale challenge throughout the country, the Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to run special campaigns in schools for awareness. Students are taught about the disastrous effects of the challenge to prevent them from playing the game and ending their lives.

  • Deportation Ordered For Rohingyas, PM Modi Likely To Discuss Issue In Myanmar

    Deportation Ordered For Rohingyas, PM Modi Likely To Discuss Issue In Myanmar

    Mohammad Aejaz, 34, did not celebrate Eid this year. Facing persecution in Myanmar, Aejaz, a labourer, fled to India with his wife and three children seven years ago and settled in Jammu and Kashmir. He hasn't met his relatives, who are in Myanmar, since he became a refugee.

  • Blog On Reporting From Dera HQ As Violence Erupted, Premis Went On Prowl

    Blog On Reporting From Dera HQ As Violence Erupted, <i>Premis</i> Went On Prowl

    I have reported on many terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir; this violence was equally chilling in many ways. Premis in name only.

  • Haryana 'Sant' Rampal Acquitted Of Illegally Confining 1000s Of Devotees

    Haryana '<i>Sant</i>' Rampal Acquitted Of Illegally Confining 1000s Of Devotees

    A self-declared religious leader in Haryana, Satguru Rampalji Maharaj, has been found not guilty of illegally confining thousands of followers and obstructing officials in 2014 when they stormed his 12-acre ashram. Six people were killed as his devotees turned into a private army to prevent his arrest; hundreds were injured.

  • Thousands Evacuated From Ram Rahim's Base, Sentencing Today: 10 Points

    Thousands Evacuated From Ram Rahim's Base, Sentencing Today: 10 Points

    The estimated 30,000 followers of self-styled guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who were inside the headquarters of his sect, the Dera Sacha Sauda in Haryana's Sirsa, started moving out on Sunday evening. Around 6 pm, the security forces brought 100 state transport buses to ferry them out, resolving the stalemate that had been in continuing since Ram R...

  • As Dera Chief Left In Huge Convoy, Devotees Fainted, Flung Themselves On Road

    As Dera Chief Left In Huge Convoy, Devotees Fainted, Flung Themselves On Road

    As Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh left in a 100-car convoy for a court in Panchkula for a verdict in a rape case against him, followers lined the roads of Sirsa, the Haryana town home to the sprawling headquarters of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect.

  • 'Prefer To Die Here Than Go Back', Say Rohingyas, Facing Deportation

    'Prefer To Die Here Than Go Back', Say Rohingyas, Facing Deportation

    With the Centre planning to deport all Rohingya refugees, there is distress and panic among the nearly 40,000-strong community living illegally in India. Calling the move counter-productive, most of them say, "We would prefer to die here rather than go back to a situation of conflict and violence."

  • PM Modi Outreach Gets A Thumbs Up In Kashmir, A Nudge For Action

    PM Modi Outreach Gets A Thumbs Up In Kashmir, A Nudge For Action

    Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi's outreach to Kashmiris from the iconic Red Fort, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti made the state's complex relationship with the central government the crux of her Independence Day speech, underlining that there can't be any compromise on the special status of the state.

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