[Adaab, or welcome!]

"In truth everything and everyone
Is a shadow of the Beloved,
And our seeking is His seeking
And our words are His words...
We search for Him here and there,
while looking right at Him.
Sitting by His side, we ask:
'O Beloved, where is the Beloved?'"

Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi

News Headline

Indian Army Moves Tanks To Forward Areas In Ladakh

Date: 29 September 2020
The Indian Army has deployed tanks at forward areas like Chumar, Depsang and Chushul sectors along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh to meet any threat from the Chinese army. According to the reports, India has deployed T-90 and T-72 tanks along with BMP-2 infantry combat vehicles at Chumar-Demchok sector which is crucial for the defence of the Ladakh sector.
[courtesy: Agencies]

2020 News Archives



Brown Line

Gilgit-Baltistan Annexation by Pakistan Government

The Government of Pakistan has decided to officially annex the territory of Gilgit-Baltistan, an area disputed by India, into the Islamic Republic of Pakistan by converting it into the country?s fifth province.

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Coronavirus Helpline Numbers

Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory - 0191-2549676
Jammu Division: 01912520982, 01912674444, 01912674115
Kashmir Division: 01942440283, 01942430581
Email: ncov2019@gmail.com

Brown Line

Key Issues in Jammu & Kashmir, and Ladakh

India-China Fighting Breaks out in Ladakh

Violent fighting has broken out between Indian and Chinese soldiers along the undefined borders of eastern Ladakh. The violence is the direct result of China's attempt to alter the status quo along the disputed line separating the two territories.Full article...

Pakistan's Unstoppable Killing Machine

The Pakistan Army must keep its terrorist warriors gainfully employed to prevent its Islamist cauldron from solidifying and becoming dysfunctional. Thus, the killings in Kashmir must continue.Full Article

Syed Ali Shah Geelani and the death of the Pakistan Dream

Among the proponents of the Pakistan agenda was a thin, unsmiling Islamist called Syed Ali Shah Geelani. He had worked his way up the ladder of the Islamist organisation Jamaat e Islami (JeI) Kashmir, working ceaselessly for the Islamic cause and eventual accession to Pakistan, which to him was the promised land.Read article