KASHMIR

India faced not just Pakistan, but Britain too on Kashmir in 1947

While raking up the past, let us also remember that India took to the UNSC a straight-forward request that, in order to avert war, the UN should make Pakistan withdraw all its personnel from the state, which was now a part of India. Under the British delegation's influence, the UN turned that simple request into an issue for the Security Council to arbitrate between Pakistan and India.

Mehbooba, others asked to vacate government accommodations

Jammu and Kashmir Government has asked former chief minister and People’s Democratic Party Mehbooba Mufti and seven others to vacate government accommodations in her home district of Anantnag. Earlier, she was asked to vacate the Fairview bungalow in Srinagar’s posh Gupkar Road. Officials said Mufti and two other former legislators of the People’s Democratic Party

Kashmir is connected to India through its Constitution: Mehbooba Mufti

Srinagar: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday opined that unless the Central government resolves the Kashmir issue there would be no peace in the region. She also accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of destroying” the Constitution. While addressing a rally in Srinagar, she said, “Kashmir is connected to India through its Constitution.

Online Threat To Kashmiri Journos: Police Raids 5 Locations In Valley

Police on Thursday carried out raids at at-least five locations in Srinagar, Pulwama and Budgam districts in connection with purported online threat issued to Valley-based journalists. The houses which were searched include that of journalist Showkat A Motta in Srinagar, Khaksar Nadeeb Adnan (Advocate) in Srinagar, Haji Hayat’s House in Pampore and office (Kashmirreader) in

Kashmir: LeT Terrorist Associate Involved In Killing Of Non Local Labourer Dies In Gunfight

Police on Sunday said that a terrorist Associate of Lashkar-e-Toiba was killed during a gunfight with terrorists in Bijbhera area of Anantnag district of southern Kashmir. “When search party reached towards the suspected hideout militants opened fire which hit one accused, hybrid Militant of LeT Sajjad Tantray of Kulgam, who was with search party for

J&K Govt’s ‘Back To Village’ Programme Enters 4th Edition

The Jammu and Kashmir government launched the fourth edition of ‘Back to Village programme – B2V4’ on October 27, 2022. It is an initiative aiming to bridge the communication gap between the administration and citizens. The principal objective of this programme is to strengthen the newly constituted Panchayats. Led by the District Commissioners, over 25,000

‘Will Pay Heavy Price’: J&K LG Sinha Warns Pak, Anti-India Forces

“Be it maintaining law and order, fighting terror, managing traffic or curbing day-to-day crime, police are at the forefront. J&K Police is the country's best force fighting on multiple fronts with the utmost professionalism,” the LG said.

Valley’s Spirits Mountainous: Kashmir To Host Kumaon Lit Fest

The Fourth Edition of Kumaon Literary Festival will be held in Srinagar from 19-20 October 2022. Eminent thinkers and writers from the state and from other parts of the country will gather here to talk about Kashmir.

Zoom No More: Brave Army Canine Succumbs To Bullet Injuries

The Indian Army’s assault dog, named Zoom, that was injured during an encounter in Anantnag district, died during treatment at the Military Veterinary Hospital in Srinagar.

Kashmir Under Assault From Lodhi Propaganda

Former Pakistani ambassador to the US, UK & UN, Maleeha Lodhi’s column on Assault on Kashmiri Identity in 'Dawn' is full of ISI propaganda written in collaboration with half-separatist dynast politicians, militants-turned-leaders and some unnamed Kashmiri journalists.