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  • Why Apple Growers In Kashmir Still Use Road Route Despite Terror Threat

    Why Apple Growers In Kashmir Still Use Road Route Despite Terror Threat

    Apple growers in Kashmir continue to use the traditional market supply chain to sell their produce despite the targeted killings of transporters by terrorists in the Valley. The practise is being carried out despite the Jammu and Kashmir administration's offer to purchase from them at attractive rates.

  • No Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

    No Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

    No protests of any form, including sit-ins, will be allowed in Kashmir till the situation improves and the restrictions in the Kashmir Valley are completely lifted, the police said.

  • Ahead Of Local Polls, Jammu Leaders Freed From House Arrest

    Ahead Of Local Polls, Jammu Leaders Freed From House Arrest

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration has ended the house arrest of all politicians in Jammu, nearly two months after the government scrapped special status for the state under Article 370 and imposed a security lockdown. Their counterparts in the Kashmir Valley, however, remain under detention or house arrest.

  • Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti Finally Allowed To Meet Relatives: Sources

    Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti Finally Allowed To Meet Relatives: Sources

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah and Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehooba Mufti have been allowed to meet their families nearly a month after their arrest on August 5, sources said. The two former Chief Ministers were taken into custody as a "precautionary measure" ahead of the government's decision to scrap Jammu and Kashmir's special st...

  • 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...

  • 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

  • Beyond Bullets And Bombs, Jammu And Kashmir Has A New Enemy: Drugs

    Beyond Bullets And Bombs, Jammu And Kashmir Has A New Enemy: Drugs

    Jammu and Kashmir has been rocked by an increase in drug abuse and deaths. The challenge comes from across the border, where smuggling also funds terror. Drugs worth hundreds of crores have been seized near the Line of Control (LoC) in the past two years

  • "In Fit Of Anger": J&K Governor On Shocking 'Suggestion' To Terrorists

    "In Fit Of Anger": J&K Governor On Shocking 'Suggestion' To Terrorists

    In a hugely controversial statement, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said at a public meeting that that terrorist should "kill corrupt politicians who have looted the entire wealth" of the state" rather than innocent people and security personnel.

  • 'Ambulance Carrying Father's Body Stopped For Amarnath Pilgrims': Officer

    'Ambulance Carrying Father's Body Stopped For Amarnath Pilgrims': Officer

    A senior Jammu and Kashmir government officer has alleged that he was held up for hours in an ambulance with his father's body on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway because of traffic restrictions for the Amarnath Yatra on Thursday.

  • Indian Army Hands Over Body Of Pak Boy Recovered From Stream Near Border

    Indian Army Hands Over Body Of Pak Boy Recovered From Stream Near Border

    Three days after the body of an eight-year-old boy from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) was pulled out of the Kishenganga River in Jammu and Kashmir's Gurez sector, the army on Thursdayhanded over the body to the Pakistan army.

  • Ready For Polls In Jammu and Kashmir, Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    Ready For Polls In Jammu and Kashmir, Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    The BJP on Monday urged Election Commission to hold assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and exuded confidence that party will form next government in the state. "We hope, we expect and we demand that assembly elections are held this year," said Ram Madhav, the party's national general secretary.

  • Kashmir Separatists Under Government Scanner Over Children Living Abroad

    Kashmir Separatists Under Government Scanner Over Children Living Abroad

    Kashmiri separatists are under scanner for sending their children and relatives to foreign countries for education and jobs.

  • Traffic Restricted On Jammu-Srinagar Highway As Amarnath Yatra Begins

    Traffic Restricted On Jammu-Srinagar Highway As Amarnath Yatra Begins

    In an unprecedented move, the Jammu and Kashmir administration headed by Governor Satya Pal Malik has banned civilian traffic along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway for extended periods when the Amarnath Yatra convoys are on the move. The measure will remain in place for 46 days, until the conclusion of the pilgrimage.

  • Rural Outreach By Bureaucrats Breaks Ice In Jammu And Kashmir

    Rural Outreach By Bureaucrats Breaks Ice In Jammu And Kashmir

    It has been a massive public outreach program of the Jammu and Kashmir government. Around 4,500 government officers stayed overnight among people in villages across the length and breadth of the border state. But hardest job was for officers posted in places like Pulwama, worst hit by terrorism.

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  • Why Apple Growers In Kashmir Still Use Road Route Despite Terror Threat

    Why Apple Growers In Kashmir Still Use Road Route Despite Terror Threat

    Apple growers in Kashmir continue to use the traditional market supply chain to sell their produce despite the targeted killings of transporters by terrorists in the Valley. The practise is being carried out despite the Jammu and Kashmir administration's offer to purchase from them at attractive rates.

  • No Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

    No Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

    No protests of any form, including sit-ins, will be allowed in Kashmir till the situation improves and the restrictions in the Kashmir Valley are completely lifted, the police said.

  • Ahead Of Local Polls, Jammu Leaders Freed From House Arrest

    Ahead Of Local Polls, Jammu Leaders Freed From House Arrest

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration has ended the house arrest of all politicians in Jammu, nearly two months after the government scrapped special status for the state under Article 370 and imposed a security lockdown. Their counterparts in the Kashmir Valley, however, remain under detention or house arrest.

  • Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti Finally Allowed To Meet Relatives: Sources

    Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti Finally Allowed To Meet Relatives: Sources

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah and Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehooba Mufti have been allowed to meet their families nearly a month after their arrest on August 5, sources said. The two former Chief Ministers were taken into custody as a "precautionary measure" ahead of the government's decision to scrap Jammu and Kashmir's special st...

  • 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...

  • 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

  • Beyond Bullets And Bombs, Jammu And Kashmir Has A New Enemy: Drugs

    Beyond Bullets And Bombs, Jammu And Kashmir Has A New Enemy: Drugs

    Jammu and Kashmir has been rocked by an increase in drug abuse and deaths. The challenge comes from across the border, where smuggling also funds terror. Drugs worth hundreds of crores have been seized near the Line of Control (LoC) in the past two years

  • "In Fit Of Anger": J&K Governor On Shocking 'Suggestion' To Terrorists

    "In Fit Of Anger": J&K Governor On Shocking 'Suggestion' To Terrorists

    In a hugely controversial statement, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said at a public meeting that that terrorist should "kill corrupt politicians who have looted the entire wealth" of the state" rather than innocent people and security personnel.

  • 'Ambulance Carrying Father's Body Stopped For Amarnath Pilgrims': Officer

    'Ambulance Carrying Father's Body Stopped For Amarnath Pilgrims': Officer

    A senior Jammu and Kashmir government officer has alleged that he was held up for hours in an ambulance with his father's body on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway because of traffic restrictions for the Amarnath Yatra on Thursday.

  • Indian Army Hands Over Body Of Pak Boy Recovered From Stream Near Border

    Indian Army Hands Over Body Of Pak Boy Recovered From Stream Near Border

    Three days after the body of an eight-year-old boy from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) was pulled out of the Kishenganga River in Jammu and Kashmir's Gurez sector, the army on Thursdayhanded over the body to the Pakistan army.

  • Ready For Polls In Jammu and Kashmir, Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    Ready For Polls In Jammu and Kashmir, Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    The BJP on Monday urged Election Commission to hold assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and exuded confidence that party will form next government in the state. "We hope, we expect and we demand that assembly elections are held this year," said Ram Madhav, the party's national general secretary.

  • Kashmir Separatists Under Government Scanner Over Children Living Abroad

    Kashmir Separatists Under Government Scanner Over Children Living Abroad

    Kashmiri separatists are under scanner for sending their children and relatives to foreign countries for education and jobs.

  • Traffic Restricted On Jammu-Srinagar Highway As Amarnath Yatra Begins

    Traffic Restricted On Jammu-Srinagar Highway As Amarnath Yatra Begins

    In an unprecedented move, the Jammu and Kashmir administration headed by Governor Satya Pal Malik has banned civilian traffic along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway for extended periods when the Amarnath Yatra convoys are on the move. The measure will remain in place for 46 days, until the conclusion of the pilgrimage.

  • Rural Outreach By Bureaucrats Breaks Ice In Jammu And Kashmir

    Rural Outreach By Bureaucrats Breaks Ice In Jammu And Kashmir

    It has been a massive public outreach program of the Jammu and Kashmir government. Around 4,500 government officers stayed overnight among people in villages across the length and breadth of the border state. But hardest job was for officers posted in places like Pulwama, worst hit by terrorism.

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