[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

No Signs Of Indian, Chinese Troops Backing Off As Standoff Persists

Date: 25 May 2020
Indian and Chinese troops appeared heading for a long haul as their tense standoff in the disputed areas of Pangong Tso and Galwan Valley along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh showed no signs of abating even as efforts to de-escalate the tension through talks continued. The Indian Army on Sunday categorically rejected reports that Indian patrol teams were detained by Chinese troops.
[courtesy: Agencies]

2020 News Archives



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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



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.


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Key Issues in Jammu & Kashmir, and Ladakh

New Delhi's Normalisation Game-plan

As the first month of the new year enters its second half, a discernible strategy in New Delhi's plan to restore normalcy in the Kashmir Valley is becoming apparent. There will be no automatic concessions; people in the Valley, leaders included, will have to earn freedoms. Sounds drastic but looks like that is the way it will be. 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

Could the Corona Pandemic Hasten Political Reconciliation in Kashmir?

The present crisis has also woken the realisation that humankind is one large interconnected family. Could the rise of this feeling help political reconciliation in the Kashmir Valley, which has for decades isolated itself from the rest of the Subcontinent and increasingly celebrated its uniqueness and deprecated its commonalities with the rest of the country? Read article