The year 2002 began on an ominous note with war drums beating on both sides of the border. A series of terrorist attacks in Srinagar, the capital of J&K, and in New Delhi provoked the Indian government to offer an ultimatum to the Pakistani ruler, General Pervez Musharraf. The Pakistani government vowed to end terrorism in its own country but declined to end support to the accessionist cause in Kashmir. The United States stepped in to diffuse the crisis and war was averted - at least for the time being. The Indian government thereafter planned elections but the militants and the pro-Pakistanis rejected the proposal.

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  • Islamabad''s Kashmir policy will prove counter-productive: PM
  • Pak arrests Lashkar chief
  • Delhi against Hurriyat calling the shots
  • No change in Kashmir policy, Teheran assures New Delhi
  • 5,000 Kashmiri militants in various Pak camps
  • No talks with proxies of Pakistan: Advani
  • Tripartite dialogue only solution to Kashmir issue: JKPM
  • ''Kashmir, a money-minting machine for Hurriyat''
  • Sayeed gives more powers to Leh Council
  • Qayyum not for conversion of LoC into border
  • We respect India''s concern on cross-border terrorism: US
  • Hurriyat ready for talks if Pak involved
  • J-K forms panel on detenues
  • Hizb vows to continue attacks in Kashmir
  • I cannot be a sleeping partner, Qayyum tells Musharraf
  • Two militant groups reject Mufti''s peace appeal
  • ISI doubles cash for terror in J&K
  • LeT hideout busted, 10 IEDs recovered in J&K
  • War against terrorism aimed at defaming image of Ummah
  • 3rd killing in 5 days: J&K teacher, two sons shot
  • US ‘committed’ to end Kashmir infiltration: Rocca
  • Hashim Qureshi formally charged for 1971 hijack
  • Khatami concerned at atrocities in Kashmir
  • Fear melts, Valley gets visitors on X’mas
  • DSP brother arrested for helping J&K terrorists
  • No decision on J&K demand for rehabilitation package
  • ISI pushes HM ultras to motivate youth for ‘jehad’
  • Detenues being denied justice: Hurriyat
  • Musharraf asks Iran to mediate with India
  • 5 Al-Badr militants held in Jammu
  • Top Al-Badr commanders shot dead
  • ''No Kashmiri behind attack on Parliament’
  • Militants set shop on fire in J&K, one injured
  • Qayyum for considering proposal to convert LoC into border
  • After girls, terrorists target infants; 3 killed
  • Protests in Kupwara against girl''s abduction by 2 Ikhwanis
  • J&K govt releases Hurriyat leader Bhat
  • Muslim board condemns killings
  • Sopore family wiped out by militants
  • Violence intended to disrupt State Govt: U.S.
  • Another J&K woman beheaded
  • Killing doesn''t mean healing touch policy has failed: PDP
  • ‘Burqa’ deadline: Militants kill three women in Rajouri
  • Terrorist guns down PDP MLA Abdul Aziz Mir
  • Upstaging of Hurriyat angers terrorists, ISI
  • J&K protests continue
  • ‘Ban’ on Hurriyat leaders lifted
  • Troops retaliate Pak shelling in Nowshera sector
  • Mufti defends release of political prisoners
  • Kashmir council''s proposal for PM advisors rejected
  • Strike called in Kashmir to protest Dec 13 verdict
  • Probe into misappropriation of relief funds demanded
  • No relief received, say Gilgit quake victims
  • Fight against the veil, Mufti urges Kashmiris
  • Exit Kashmir, enter Iraq
  • LeT, HM ultras clash again; 3 killed, 3 hurt
  • Srinagar police allows Shabir protest march
  • Kashmiris to continue struggle till liberation of homeland
  • Islamabad seeks UN mediation on Kashmir 
  • Ominous signals from overseas Islamic rebels
  • ''Freedom struggle'' going on in Kashmir: Umar Farooq
  • Infiltration bid foiled, five militants killed
  • 2 soldiers killed in gunbattle at house of MLA’s uncle in Anantnag
  • J&K CM seeks economic independence, help from int''l agencies
  • Kashmiri children on peace mission
  • Preparations for polls to local bodies in J&K begin
  • Non-bailable warrant against Yasin Malik
  • Kashmir: Saudi Arabia reaffirms support
  • Shabir Shah justifies presence of foreign militants
  • Jawans recover surface-to-air missile near LoC
  • New political outfit formed in J&K
  • Militants attack police camp in Kashmir
  • Pak may push Al-Qaeda into India: Expert
  • Lahore''s hawala operators have links in J&K
  • All de-escalation steps have come from India: France
  • Pakistan border areas hostile to US, supportive of terror
  • India building bridges with Islamic world
  • Return to sanity - An appeal to militants in Kashmir
  • IB counters claim of decline in infiltration
  • 'Musharraf can't disown terrorism in J&K'
  • LeT 'comdr' among 8 ultras, civilian killed
  • India deploying radars to check J&K infiltration
  • NC leader's house attacked in Jammu
  • Heavy shelling in Nowshera
  • Kashmir solution must for better Indo-Pak ties: Kasuri
  • J&K anti-terror operations to continue
  • Militant outfit threatens to kill J&K MLA
  • J&K HR chief tries to immolate self
  • Kashmir issue can't be solved without Pak co-operation: Omar
  • ‘Everyone must give J&K govt a chance’- Indian Express Editorial
  • Indo-Pak Dialogue: The General Is The Full Stop
  • Mufti’s Difficult Moment - Indian Express Editorial
  • 45 J&K terror victims given jobs
  • Terrorists attack security camp, injure 8 CRPF men
  • ‘Healing Touch’ heals martyrs’ families wounds
  • J&K to set up 5-member committee for militants' release
  • Al Qaeda pledges to strike harder at US, Israel
  • US forces in Pak proves regime`s weakness: Qazi
  • Kashmiri film after four decades
  • Does Democracy Help Pakistan? The New York Times
  • 16 dead in Kashmir as temporary LeT truce ends
  • HM 'section Commander' among 4 ultras killed
  • Security forces step up operations in J&K
  • Pak pro-active policy ominous for J&K
  • Protests continue to rock north Kashmir
  • Jammu migrants still awaiting return to villages
  • PDP minority wing leaders visit migrant camps
  • Violence and Islam - The Washington Post
  • Militant flow from Pak into Kashmir waning: Army chief
  • Pak leaders vow to continue pro-active Kashmir policy
  • World should not ignore terrorists in Pak : PoK leaders
  • 6 LeT ultras killed in Kashmir
  • Blackwill Ignores Hurriyat During Kashmir Visit
  • Musharraf, Jamali greet Kashmiris on Eid
  • Slain Minister’s Brother Gunned Down In Kupwara
  • Putin in India, asks Pakistanis to end support for the militants
  • Strict Action Against Custodial Death: Mehbooba
  • U.S. must clarify position, says Shabir Shah
  • Mufti Vs Delhi: Tussle Is Over, At Least For Now
  • Lashkar Announces Four-day Eid Ceasefire
  • Schoolgirls, Stay Home: Hizbul
  • Militant surrenders, siege ends in Anantnag
  • Kashmir holds key to global war against terror: Blackwill
  • Custody Death Marks CM’s Month In Office
  • Lashkar Trains Gun On Hurriyat
  • Blackwill in J&K on three-day visit
  • Mufti Sayeed’s Iftar Party A Big Draw
  • Voices Who Speak for (and Against) Us - The Washington Post
  • Islam's Future Will Be Decided on Its Frontiers - The Washington Post
  • Infiltration from PoK continues despite change in weather: BSF
  • 'Suicide missions introduced to boost J&K terrorists' morale'
  • Musharraf broke Kashmir promise to Bush: WP
  • November News

  • Mufti calls for national consensus on J&K
  • 'No bargain on Kashmir issue'
  • 8 terrorists, BSF jawan, ex-ultra killed; 3 injured
  • Sayeed to 'reorient' Special Operations Group in J&K
  • Coordination Committee soon to oversee functioning of J&K Govt
  • Mufti embarrasses Hurriyat, Pak suicide bombers kill over 180 in J&K
  • BSF completes fencing 40 km of border in Jammu
  • Terrorist attack on AIR station in Srinagar
  • Hurriyat treats Pak as ‘holy cow’
  • J&K council passes Accountability Bill
  • Austria for UN, EU role in resolving Kashmir issue
  • Autonomy crucial for solving J&K problems: Tarigami
  • J-K to play it safe: Panel to review releases
  • Kashmir solution urged through peaceful means
  • New villages for border residents
  • 'J&K Govt. was cautioned against release of militants'
  • 'Hurriyat Not For Talks Under Indian Constitution'
  • J&K House approves accountability Bill
  • Lashkar chief, Jamaat head meet
  • Temple terror: Advani blames Pak
  • J&K CM says violence can't derail moves for dialogue
  • Kashmir panel, Blackwill flay temple attack
  • Stormy scenes in J&K Assembly
  • Can Islamists Run a Democracy? New York Times
  • Two Jammu temples attacked, nine dead
  • Power struggle in PoK issue for Pak PM
  • Mufti govt’s ‘soft’ attitude leads to spurt in militancy
  • J&K minister survives militant attack
  • Valley bleeds, militants kill 6 soldiers, 5 kin
  • J&K solution lies in accepting LoC: US agency
  • Discontent brewing among Hizb ranks
  • Kashmir Committee meets Mufti, supports dialogue for peace
  • Al-Umar chief reportedly detained in PoK
  • Review policy of releasing militants, BJP tells Sayeed
  • 6 CRPF jawans die in militant attack
  • Jethmalani redefines Azadi for Kashmir, Shah listens
  • J&K govt urges Centre for unconditional talks
  • Terrorists attack CRPF camp in J&K, five jawans killed
  • Hurriyat to hold talks with KC, Yasin isolated
  • ‘Militants’ come out to back Mufti; Hizbul disowns, cries fake
  • Delimitation commission to be set up soon in J&K
  • Poonch ultra was among 3 held in Pushkar mela
  • 11 terrorists killed in J&K
  • Mufti gives more power to Ladakh
  • J&K govt to pass Bill to ensure accountability
  • J&K government releasing Indian militants only : Arjun
  • SOG: Nothing official about it
  • Security forces should help create conditions for dialogue: Mufti
  • 11 terrorists killed in J&K, infiltration foiled
  • J-K may screen prisoners for release
  • China reluctant to endorse Indian position on Kashmir
  • Hurriyat to induct 2 more separatist groups
  • Special package to boost J&K economy
  • Courier of hawala money held in valley
  • Gilani's bail plea rejected
  • Mufti to enact accountability law
  • Govt's claims of releasing separatists false: Hurriyat
  • Hideout busted, huge arms cache recovered in J&K
  • We made 'serious mistakes' over Kashmir: Jack Straw
  • J&K police disbands special police officers
  • Malik back to basics: Mission Azad Kashmir
  • Govt won't interfere into ultras release
  • No let up in infiltration; 105 Killed
  • Differences in Hurriyat over talks with Kashmir Committee
  • Four more political detainees freed in J&K
  • Unconditional talks with people needed: Mufti
  • Mufti to go ahead with release of prisoners
  • JEI for release of other Hurriyat Leaders
  • Geelani's bail plea rejected
  • Pak-based JKLF to step up campaign
  • Very minor reduction in infiltration: Fernandes
  • Comprehensive programme for militancy victims: Mufti
  • Malik challenges Mufti to prove representative character
  • Centre to cooperate with J&K Govt on terror: Advani
  • Farooq, Azad, Soz, Bajwa elected to RS
  • SC stays J&K resettlement bill
  • Operations against J&K militants to continue: Fernandes
  • Yasin Malik released from prison in J&K
  • Treat people well, peace will return: Mufti
  • Laden, Mullah Omar calling shots in Kashmir, Chechnya: Putin
  • Hizb rejects Mufti's ceasefire offer
  • Unilateral ceasefire has no meaning: Mufti
  • J&K militants get lifer for killing official
  • No ceasefire during Ramzan: George
  • Army surprise for J-K: No frisking during Ramzan
  • US understands India on Kashmir, says Jethmalani
  • Abdullahs threaten to sue Lyngdoh
  • Striking on Mosques, militants kill 3 in Friday prayers
  • J-K government releases two militants
  • Infiltration down 54%: Army chief
  • Hizb expels three former commanders
  • Mufti ‘serious’ about free trial
  • End cross-border infiltration: UK to Pak
  • Some state police officials tried to sabotage J&K polls
  • Leading J&K is a challenge that scares me: Mufti
  • NC hits out at Sayeed govt for silence on autonomy issue
  • Ready for any solution to Kashmir issue besides trilateral dialogue: Hurriyat
  • Unilateral ceasefire will not work in J-K: Azad
  • Initiate dialogue with Pakistan, militants: Tarigami
  • 120 JSM activists court arrest in Jammu
  • Mufti for ceasefire during Ramzan
  • LeT's parent unit to continue support to J&K militants
  • 4 killed, explosives recovered in Jammu
  • LeT's bid to storm J&K army camp foiled
  • Mufti Rules Out Trifurcation Of J-K
  • After the fear in J&K, the loathing
  • LUTF support to coalition Govt conditional : Rigzin
  • ‘Our number one priority: State funds should reach people’
  • 'Violence likely to increase as Pakistan won't relent'
  • Kashmiris happier within India: US expert
  • Crucial link to Valley from Doda still plugged
  • Grenade attack on Mufti's house
  • Mufti takes oath as J&K chief minister
  • Shabir for Pak visit to India before Saarc meet
  • US has no secret Kashmir formula
  • New separatist amalgam floated to replace Hurriyat in Kashmir
  • Bail For Rubaiya Kidnapper Day Before Mufti Swearing In
  • October News

  • Sinha snubs Pak diplomat on J-K issue
  • JKLF splits for the second time
  • Kashmiri migrants warn agitation, demand revocation of order
  • 9 Km IB stretch fenced during border build-up
  • They hope Mehbooba will bring them justice
  • NC has found right road sign: Omar
  • Hurriyat bid to resurrect thorny issues
  • Saxena invites Mufti to form new Govt
  • MMA for resolving kashmir issue under ambit of Simla accord
  • Terror in Kashmir is 100% imported: US
  • Only trilateral talks answer to J&K's problem: Hurriyat
  • Mercenaries will be dealt with an iron hand : Azad
  • CMP a positive start: Mirwaiz
  • Hurriyat welcomes Mufti's stand on political prisoners
  • Infiltration into J&K continuing: US
  • Disbanding SOG to hit operation in Valley: Army
  • Centre to work with CM: Advani
  • Mufti prefers unconditional talks to guns
  • Hurriyat hopeful of Geelani, Malik release
  • APHC strike to protest Army presence in Valley
  • JKLF leader, associates taken into preventive custody
  • Cong, PDP agree to include STF in Jammu and Kashmir police
  • J&K polls showed national will
  • Mufti to be J&K’s first rotational Chief Minister
  • Tarigami slams PDP, Congress for deadlock
  • Centre can’t wish us away: Hurriyat chief
  • Farooq Abdullah wants to shift to national politics
  • Differences in Hurriyat over trips to Delhi
  • Mujahedin chief dares Mufti to form J-K govt
  • Mufti meets Sonia in battle of wits
  • Pak Islamic Bloc harp on plebiscite for Kashmir
  • Army for early installation of sensors on LoC in J&K
  • JKLF distances from remarks of Mirwaiz
  • DPF to support non-NC, non-BJP Govt: Tarigami
  • Fear over defection made PDP relent?
  • Ultras may strike again
  • J&K parties must show political maturity: Karan Singh
  • Governor rule in JK temporary: Sinha
  • Cong may go for Govt formation without PDP
  • We are committed to fight terrorism to finish: DGP
  • PDP rejects Congress plan of rotating CM
  • Cong. will not form minority govt.: Azad
  • It's foolish to write off Hurriyat : Jethmalani
  • Parties must appreciate J&K compulsions, say former PMs
  • J-K mosque siege ends, Hizb militant surrenders
  • Dissent in Hizb ranks; Commander joins JuM
  • It's a battle of principles, says PDP
  • De-mining border villages could take six months
  • NC needs me for some more time: Farooq
  • Cong. sending Manmohan for talks with Mufti
  • Governor’s rule valid for six months in Kashmir
  • Mufti toughens stand on J&K Chief Ministership
  • Farooq still has role to play
  • Azad tries to isolate Mufti
  • Durability, unity keys to J-K Govt: Azad
  • Governor's rule imposed in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Hurriyat leaders in I-T net
  • I have no moral right to continue as CM after midnight: Farooq
  • DPF declares support to Congress-led Govt
  • JK vote against disintegration of the State: Shah
  • J&K Governor gives time till Oct. 21
  • J&K polls should not become an exercise in futility: BJP
  • J&K polls free and fair: Russia
  • Elections a victory of democracy: Kalam
  • PoK village resents Pak settlement
  • J&K polls last nail on APHC coffin
  • 4 Panthers Party MLAs join Congress in Kashmir
  • Ever-green ISI to keep J&K pot boiling
  • Pak won't start war over Kashmir, says Musharraf
  • Fresh from polls, Jammu and Kashmir enters political stalemate
  • I have ended Sheikh family’s rule in Kashmir: Qazi Afzal
  • Musharraf says Kashmir elections 'farcical'
  • These J&K polls were the bloodiest: Police
  • E.U. hails J&K poll, faults that of Pak.
  • Hurriyat is ready to prove our representative character by going to the people
  • Gani Bhat slams Hizb over Kashmir panel
  • New govt will help facilitate talks, hopes Shabir Shah
  • US can act as 'facilitator' on Kashmir: Mansingh
  • Blackwill: US war on terror helped in J&K
  • Only one militant-turned-politician in new J&K Assembly
  • Centre ready to resume 'autonomy' talks
  • Forces responsible for our defeat will be exposed: Farooq
  • Polls a good start but not end of the road: Blackwill
  • Poll verdict against Pakistan terrorism: PM
  • NC swept out of power, hung Assembly in J-K
  • 23 militants killed in Valley
  • End of J&K elections victory of ballot over bullet
  • Govt to talk to terrorists if they shun violence:Advani
  • NGO report says J&K poll was free and fair
  • Hizb-Hurriyat strike affects life in Valley
  • Doda defies terror, 52% vote
  • Overall 46% turnout in 4-phase election
  • Polls showed J&K mind: PM
  • Independent candidates set up a new J&K party
  • PC forges alliance with independents
  • Blackwill, Kashmir panel confer
  • Kashmiris are not for Pak.: PM
  • PoK group seeks UN intervention about Taliban presence
  • In last attempt, JeM tries new scare tactics
  • India gets radars to check infiltration
  • Terror at home in Lolab, nominees keep away
  • J&K people chose ballot over bullet: India to UN
  • From militancy to azadi, this man is disillusioned with Pak
  • Tough task for militant-turned-legislator
  • Polls helped us: Hizbul Mujahideen chief
  • India hopeful of positive Pak response after J&K elections
  • LeT infiltrators are using sat phones
  • No poll fever in Doda, just low-key campaigning
  • US reiterates support for J&K elections
  • Lolab cops NC’s unofficial ally: People’s Conference
  • Local issues dominate campaign in Doda
  • EC's restrictions on STF led to spurt in violence: J-K Police
  • J&K bus attackers killed in gunbattle
  • Kashmir, a major threat to stability in South Asia: EU
  • Lones seek refuge in Delhi
  • Bus attack handiwork of LeT, JeM outfits: J&K DGP
  • 3 NC activists gunned down in Kupwara attack
  • Ultras fear keeps voters indoor
  • 8 bus passengers gunned down
  • Pak troops resort to shelling and firing along J&K border
  • 41 Pc voting in third phase of J&K polls
  • September News

  • Hold Pak accountable for terrorism: PM to world
  • 3rd round: Villagers brave the bullet
  • Talks with Pak on Kashmir essential: Omar
  • After bullet, former militants take to ballot in Anantnag
  • Polls not a guarantee of peace in J&K: Experts
  • Terrorists planning to target newly elected MLAs In J&K
  • Omar admits he may fall short of majority
  • 'Devolution talks will resume with new J&K Govt.'
  • A piece of Kandahar in Kashmir
  • NCP candidate seriously injured, 4 killed as militants blow up Vehicle
  • J&K polls take world by surprise: PM
  • Polls in J&K may not quieten militancy
  • Sikh village shows little faith in electoral politics
  • 'Britain for end to cross-border terrorism in J&K'
  • Hurriyat backtracks again on autonomy issue
  • 17 injured in terrorist attacks in Jammu & Kashmir
  • 4.34 lakh voters to exercise franchise in 4th phase J&K polls
  • Terrorists using mountain routes to enter Valley
  • No one in Kashmir wants Valley to go to Pak: Opinion poll
  • Women defy militant diktat to vote in large numbers
  • Hectic campaigning for third phase of J&K polls
  • Pak troops resort to firing along LoC
  • US stands by envoy remark on infiltration
  • PM congrats J&K people for voting in large number
  • Rural Kashmir votes to finish NC
  • Good response at Salahuddin's village
  • 42 per cent turnout, polling in 2nd phase of J&K polls peaceful
  • Successful polls a victory over proxy war: Advani
  • Phase 1 setback, militants strike night before phase 2
  • Terrorists take policemen hostage in J&K
  • Hurriyat may accept greater autonomy for Jammu and Kashmir
  • Amethi of Kashmir gives Abdullah's son a hard time
  • Pak. in dilemma over U.S. charge on infiltration
  • Pak. must end support to terrorism, says PM
  • Trudge the poll path under shadow of the gun
  • The industry called J&K militancy
  • Fidayeen attack on Police colony
  • Released militants to lead poll disruption attacks
  • An end to infiltration is important: White House
  • J-K phase II: Campaign winds down, violence up
  • Musharraf responsible for killings: Farooq
  • Javed Mir detained in Jammu and Kashmir: JKLF
  • Lyngdoh satisfied with first phase of J&K polls
  • Nehru's blunder led to loss of J&K territory
  • US rejects Pak description of J&K polls being sham
  • Pakistan allows Kashmir raids, militants say
  • Remarkable voter turnout, says Blackwill
  • We will never allow trifurcation of J&K: Sonia
  • Seize the opportunity, Mehbooba tells Kashmiris
  • EC puts final turnout in J&K 1st round polls at over 47%
  • 1996 history fails to repeat itself in 2002 in J&K
  • Al-Arifeen claims it killed NC leaders, attacked Cong office
  • '19 Kashmiris' Pakistan isn't bothered about
  • JuM claims responsibility for attacks on polling
  • Hizb offers rewards to kill Farooq: Advani
  • Jehad council warns Kashmiri journalists
  • J-K polls free and fair: US Govt, Media
  • Key 9/11 suspect leaves Pakistan in U.S. custody
  • Hizbul's deadly reward
  • PM rejects LoC as International Border
  • 44 p.c. turnout in first phase of J&K elections
  • People brush Pak shells aside to vote
  • Day one: Kashmir has poll fever and a shiver
  • Keepers of jehadi graveyard have not buried poll hopes
  • 9 militants killed in Tangdar
  • Valley candidates: 30 per cent jump over 96
  • Militants being paid $2,000 to kill J&K poll candidates
  • Militants target voters with ID cards
  • Mirwaiz invites OIC chief to J&K
  • Musharraf says he can't abandon Kashmir issue
  • Pak killing J&K candidates: Vajpayee
  • 20 diplomats from various countries to witness
  • 208 terrorists killed in 92 infiltration bids along J-K border
  • Militants directed to kill candidates contesting polls
  • Musharraf goes ballistic on J&K
  • Lone murder an attempt to 'intimidate' elections : PM
  • Ballots will beat bullets, feels EC
  • Bush rejects freedom-fight tag to Kashmir violence
  • Qaeda operatives returning from Pakistan
  • Attempt to sabotage polls: PM
  • 'LoC itself is problem, not solution'
  • Centre gets militancy warning call as polls draw close
  • In Kargil, Pakistani shelling becomes an election issue
  • Musharraf rejects acceptance of LoC as Kashmir solution
  • LeT, JeM get instructions from across the border
  • Ultras target Hindus, 5 killed
  • Pak. told not to interfere in J&K polls: Powell
  • No proposal for Kashmir panel to visit Pak.: PM
  • No move to convert LoC into border: Pak
  • Time not ripe for talks: Pak Kashmir Committee
  • Hurriyat softens stand, KC supports its demand to talk to Pakistan
  • NC releases manifesto, autonomy to be main poll plank
  • Zargar to co-ordinate militant activities
  • US talking to Pak to ensure peaceful J&K polls
  • Freedom of the press, Lashkar style
  • Pak to blame for J-K problems: Imam Bukhari
  • Congress promises more autonomy to J&K
  • Terrorists distribute anti-election posters in Rajouri
  • Desperate NC tried to stymie talks: Hurriyat
  • A free Kashmir will be a terrorist haven: US paper
  • U.S. hopes for violence-free polls in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Two infiltration bids foiled, five terrorists killed in J&K
  • Shabir Shah, Bhat under house arrest
  • Terrorists issue fresh threats to J&K poll candidates
  • Border villagers set to brave bullets for ballots
  • Reconsider poll boycott call: KC to Hurriyat
  • JKLF warning to Pakistan
  • Shabir Shah may back some independents in J&K polls
  • Hizbul warning to voters, candidates
  • Hurriyat launches anti-poll campaign
  • Hurriyat open to joining polls: Mirwaiz
  • Stonewall LoC during polls
  • Talks with J-K separatists will continue: Advani
  • Hurriyat drops plan to expel Lone’s party
  • Seventeen wounded in J&K grenade attack
  • Time to bid adieu to guns in J&K: Shah
  • They killed our father, now they’re after us: Sajjad Lone
  • Hawks in Govt sabotaged Kashmir peace process, Says Shabir Shah
  • Kashmir tops Musharraf's agenda in talks with Bush
  • Cracks surface in Hurriyat Conference
  • August News

  • US admits increase in violence in Kashmir
  • Infiltration will continue: Militants
  • Hurriyat all set to expel Lone sons
  • New front set to win Leh, Nobra unopposed
  • We will not participate in polls until conditions met: Shah
  • We believe in dialogue: Hizb chief
  • Omar to be CM candidate, Farooq to move to Rajya Sabha
  • Musharraf gave timeframe to end infiltration: US
  • India's Ladakhis seek independence from Kashmir
  • ISI forms militant alliance to disrupt J&K elections
  • No timeframe given to end infiltration: Musharraf
  • Hizbul considering floating political wing
  • Protests in Budgam over Shia cleric assault
  • Bread-butter replace bullet-blood as issues this Kashmir poll
  • More than 1,900 dead in J&K violence this year: Officials
  • Hizbul wary of Pak designs
  • More surrenders by J&K militants this year: Army
  • Nobody can stop us from entering J-K: Militants
  • Four foreign mercenaries killed, two infiltration bids foiled
  • Hurriyat, JKDFP reject US appeal to participate in polls
  • India rejects Pak assurance on infiltration
  • US: Polls an opportunity for separatists to establish peace
  • Infiltration bid foiled, four terrorists killed in J&K
  • ISI backing infiltration
  • Jammu region has more voters than Kashmir valley
  • No woman candidate so far in J&K
  • LeT carried out attack on Amarnath pilgrims near Pahalgam
  • Musharraf's assurances made no difference, infiltration is on: Armitage
  • Militants massacre 10 in Rajouri
  • I aspire to become youngest CM, says Omar
  • Terror shadow on civilians
  • India denies air attack on Pak post in PoK
  • People reject poll boycott campaign in J-K
  • Polls will not help Kashmiris, JKLF chief tells U.S.
  • All Kashmir incursions cannot be halted: Pak
  • Over 130 houses gutted as terrorists set village on fire
  • Crack down on people funding Kashmiri militants, Advani tells UK
  • It’s final: Omar will be NC CM, team remains same
  • India at war with Pak over Kashmir: Advani
  • Media and diplomats can oversee J&K polls: Jaitly
  • J&K Poll: Terrorists plan to threaten Hurriyat
  • BJP ties up with Jammu Morcha for J&K elections
  • Nine Pak intruders gunned down along LoC
  • Pak asks India not to hold polls in Kashmir
  • Militants warn Hurriyat against peace talks
  • Army will empower all attempts to disrupt Kashmir elections: Fernandes
  • Terrorist incursions in Kashmir possible: Musharraf
  • We are ready, says Lyngdoh
  • J&K polls will not be postponed, says Advani
  • Kashmiris in PoK want Pak to stop infiltration
  • Kashmir Committee fails to secure Hurriyat's participation
  • Lyngdoh meets top officials in Srinagar
  • NCM opens a door for Kashmiri Pandits’ return
  • US aware it has no role in J&K issue: Sinha
  • APHC’s involve-Pak-first main hurdle in Jethmalani’s mission
  • Rumsfeld includes Jaish among deadliest outfits
  • Seven terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Ready for Governor's rule if Hurriyat takes part in poll
  • Sinha rules out demobilisation of troops from LoC
  • Abdullah unhappy over talks between KC and separatists
  • Shabir Shah meets Kashmir panel
  • No shifting on Kashmir: Musharraf
  • Musharraf's statement on J&K a warning to India: Advani
  • Shabir Shah welcomes PM's admission on J&K
  • Flagrant attempts by Pak. to disrupt J&K polls: PM
  • Musharraf’s hard words put Hurriyat men in a Fix
  • Four fidayeen squads sneak into Srinagar
  • LeT, JeM fidayeens plan to disturb I-Day function
  • Musharraf trying to sabotage J&K polls
  • UN denies J&K newspaper charges on info sharing with Pak
  • Hurriyat prepared for talks if Pak involved
  • PoK leadership looting money
  • Hurriyat ready for talks with Jethmalani panel
  • Cross-border terrorism from Pak has not ended: Sinha
  • TJ’s warning to Hurriyat: Don’t fall in trap
  • PoK continues to breed terrorists
  • Only the voter I-card counts in the Valley now
  • EC will not postpone Kashmir polls: Lyngdoh
  • Centre says no to pre-1953 status for Jammu and Kashmir
  • J&K parties ready with outline of manifestos
  • Four LeT factions active in Valley
  • Lashkar, Jaish may merge to marginalise Hurriyat: Report
  • Amanullah ready for unconditional talks
  • Shelling, firing continues along LoC, IB in J&K
  • Advani invites Hurriyat for ‘relevant’ dialogue
  • Hurriyat is against Jehad: Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen
  • Omar says ready for Governor's rule if Hurriyat participates in polls
  • Fencing work along 40 Km IB in Jammu sector completed: IG BSF
  • Al-Qaeda group sneaks into Surankote
  • Rajiv Nagar carnage planned in Surankote
  • Put off polls in Kashmir: Jethmalani committee
  • EU envoys discuss J&K polls with Farooq, Hurriyat leaders
  • Pak militant reveals plan to disrupt J&K poll
  • Destroy training camps across the border: Farooq
  • Attack on yatris aimed at scuttling peace efforts: US
  • JKLF willing to contest elections, lays conditions
  • 9 pilgrims killed, 30 injured in suicide attack at Base camp
  • MJC, Jamiat take umbrage at Sajjad Lone’s speech
  • Hurriyat ready to meet Jethmalani for talks
  • Hizb Commander among five killed in Kashmir
  • Artillery duels continues in Drass and Battalick sectors
  • Dar appoints parallel Hizbul district commander
  • Deserters cannot dictate to Kashmiris: Sajjad Lone
  • Hurriyat must change its ways, says Bilal Lone
  • De-mining begins along LoC, border
  • Militants told to target one politician a day in J&K
  • Spurt in militancy worries J&K parties
  • Jethmalani panel to hold talks on Kashmir
  • A sapling of hope in the Valley of fear
  • Terrorist involved in Rajiv Nagar carnage shot dead
  • Pak involved in arms smuggling for Kashmir ultras, Al-Qaeda
  • Captain among 12 Indian soldiers killed in Pak shelling at Machhil
  • 4-phase poll schedule for J&K announced
  • Jammu turns a flashpoint
  • 3 more pilgrims die in Amarnath, toll rises to 9
  • 12 hour operation ends with killing of all 4 terrorists
  • July News

  • Musharraf reiterated promise on infiltration: Powell
  • Ours are mobile camps, says Hizb
  • Infiltration has come down: Advani
  • J&K police geared for poll: DGP
  • France will join Indo-Pak talks chorus
  • Militants strike on Amarnath pilgrimage
  • Powell remarks on Kashmir draw flak
  • Hizb rejects Powell's plea on J&K polls
  • Track three: Shabir Shah talks to Qayoom
  • Kashmiri militants say camps closed
  • Row between hurriyat, PoK Govt deepens
  • Infiltration has not ended, Says Powell
  • Kashmir is on international agenda: Powell
  • NC loses 322 activists in 13 years
  • Attack in Anantnag not aimed at pilgrims: Police
  • Militants vow to kill Kashmir poll participants
  • No compromise on Kashmir issue: Musharraf
  • J&K infiltration should end permanently: EU
  • Militants planning big strikes in J&K: Army
  • Hurriyat leaves Pak red-faced; Says Pok is worse than J&K
  • Ultras plan to target political leaders in run up to polls
  • Lashkar operating under four names
  • Shabir’s terms for taking part in poll
  • Benazir is all set to win PPP polls, rejects Kashmir jihad
  • Ultras carrying out attacks in Jammu to flare communal tension
  • Farooq Abdullah may dissolve J&K Assembly in August
  • Delhi may postpone elections in Kashmir
  • Terror threat still real in Kashmir: Powell
  • Terror factory's new trojan horse
  • Shah urges India and Pak for meaningful dialogue to resolve Kashmir
  • Three Hizb militants lay down arms
  • Hurriyat for 'unconditional talks'
  • Qayyum tells Hurriyat to take part in polls
  • Girl killed, 25 injured in Rajouri blast
  • Hurriyat being roped in for J-K polls: Advani
  • Dar to support political move to solve Kashmir
  • Track-2 for terror: Jehadi unity under Kashmir Liberation Army?
  • Son's reluctance forces Farooq to stay on
  • India hasn't sought US help: MEA
  • 4 top LeT, JeM terrorists killed
  • Farooq first choice for CM: Omar
  • Probe into J&K killings: APHC seeks U.N. intervention
  • Afghan militants gather in PoK to attack India
  • Straw for permanent end to infiltration across LoC
  • Ayub Thakur denies questioning by Indian police
  • Demand not for division but reorganisation of J&K: RSS
  • 9 Pak militants, soldier killed in Valley
  • Farooq changes mind, to remain CM till elections
  • US rejects Pak demand for plebiscite in Kashmir
  • Resurrect Kashmiriyat
  • Hurriyat doves under Pak threat: Farooq
  • US rejects Pak's demand of plebiscite in J&K
  • 3 ultras killed, 9 cops hurt in gunbattle in J&K
  • Painted veil
  • Pak caught in its own terror web, infiltration continues: CM
  • ISI trying to spread militancy in Leh, Kargil
  • Attempt to sabotage J&K polls must be resisted: Russia
  • Assembly rejects J&K trifurcation
  • Jaitley is negotiator for talks on devolution of powers
  • US should declare Pak a terrorist State: Advani
  • Jammu massacre casts shadow on J&K elections
  • US seeks ways to ensure Pak ends infiltration
  • Jammu observes bandh to protest massacre
  • Terrorism in its most naked form, says Advani
  • Pak uses infiltration to extract sops
  • 142 killed in militant strikes in Jammu in 2001-02
  • Death toll in J&K attack rises to 27, massive hunt launched
  • Straw expresses horror over killings in Jammu
  • Lashkar warns J&K youth not to join Army
  • 25 killed as militants strike near Jammu
  • Pak. continuing support to militancy in J&K
  • Guns and talks can go simultaneously: Hizb
  • Army eliminates 7 top terrorists
  • RSS stand on J&K spells trouble for BJP
  • Two top HM, Al-Jehad ultras, two jawans killed in Poonch
  • Shabir Shah for unconditional invitation to talks
  • Militancy still high in 2002
  • RSS to forge new front for J&K polls
  • Hurriyat in desperate search of a leader
  • I won't say sorry about Kashmir, says Straw
  • NC will have smooth sailing during polls, say Moderates
  • Hizb communication Hqrs destroyed
  • Shabir Shah willing to participate in J&K polls
  • Salah-ud-din won’t return on Sajjad Lone’s advice
  • Rift between Hurriyat and PoK-based militants deepens
  • Autonomy alone can solve J&K problem: Acting CM
  • NC will win even under President's rule: Omar
  • Salahudin flays Hurriyat offer on elections
  • Iraq conveys support to India on J&K issue
  • Now, ISI training ultras in magic tricks to evade arrest
  • Sajjad asks Salah-ud-Din to return and lead anti-election campaign
  • Army begins de-mining in J&K
  • Jamiat begins its anti-election strikes
  • PoK based Hizbul leaders sabotaged cease-fire: Dar
  • UJC has no authority to dictate terms to Hurriyat: Mirwaiz
  • J&K infiltration on the rise again: MEA
  • Al-Qaeda men in camps across LoC
  • Jamiat plan to eliminate Farooq, Omar
  • U.K. will not tolerate raising funds for militancy
  • Omar opposes RSS demand for J&K's trifurcation
  • PoK-based ultras to target Farooq, Omar
  • Come clean or clear out: Jehadis tell Hurriyat
  • No trifurcation of J&K: Advani
  • Infiltration across LoC on despite Pak promises: Army
  • Dividing Jammu and Kashmir: When Sudarshan met Geelani
  • No Azadi, no Pakistan in Lone’s Kupwara rally
  • June News

  • Hurriyat under US pressure to join polls
  • RSS for division of J&K
  • ISI unleashing terror on Kashmiri refugees in PoK
  • Al-Qaeda planning major strike on Police Headquarters
  • Poll security focus on ultra-prone valley areas
  • Musharraf sacks ISI's Kashmir division head
  • HuM, Al-Qaeda elite fighters active in Kashmir
  • 4 more infiltrators shot dead in Poonch, toll 6
  • Jamiat asks people to boycott Assembly poll
  • Omar denies he's taking over as J&K CM
  • Racket funding militant outfits in J&K busted
  • Kashmir is our national interest: Musharraf
  • Farooq offered ‘envoy at large’
  • DeM declared as unlawful body
  • IED blast on Amarnath route, 3 jawans killed
  • USA urges J&K separatists to take poll plunge

  • Infiltration has no stopped: Advani
  • Advani: Pak funds ultras via mission
  • Al-Qaida elements in PoK: Army
  • Foreign militants in Kashmir detrimental to it: Qayyum
  • U.S. embassy team in Srinagar
  • UK probing funds flow to J&K outfits
  • Hizbul threat to polls
  • Kashmir militants sore over Pak. stand
  • US promised Pak Kashmir talks if infiltration ended
  • Pak shelling in Jammu, Rajouri, Siachen, Kargil sectors
  • US promised Pak Kashmir talks if infiltration ended
  • Hurriyat's cease-fire ‘mantra’ has no takers among ultras
  • Kashmir militants sore over Pak. stand
  • ‘NC played historic role in making Kashmir part of India’
  • PM ready to discuss devolution of more powers for J&K, says NC chief
  • Ex-militant puts faith in ballot box, floats party
  • Talk, we’ll join polls: J-K separatists
  • HM, Al-Madina claim responsibility for attack
  • J&K polls will be free and fair: Vajpayee
  • Poonch a favourite target for terrorists
  • Harkat district chief among 4 killed in J&K
  • 'Battle against militancy far from over'
  • Omar Abdullah elected NC president
  • Lashkar throat-cutters enjoy field day in Shopian
  • 3,000 terrorists in Kashmir: Fernandes
  • Mexico-sponsored meet on Kashmir fails to take off
  • Jamaat denies helping militants
  • Kashmir peace process picks up
  • Jihad Council trashes Bhat's proposal
  • India objects to UN seminar on Kashmir; mobilises boycott
  • Kashmir not a religious issue: PM
  • Infiltration’s come down: South Block
  • Ayub Thakur admits sending money to Kashmir
  • Another front in the making in Kashmir
  • Mega investment event to herald new era of development in JK
  • Anger among soldiers over Kaluchak killings
  • Omar says Hurriyat only exploiting people
  • If US soldiers enter J&K, they’ll never leave: Farooq
  • CEC won’t invite any group to watch elections in J&K
  • Bhat may hold key to ISI slush funds
  • Kashmiri borders relatively calm: Police
  • J&K border migrants seek more relief
  • British Muslims divided over Kashmir
  • ‘Commission not adverse to foreign observers’
  • Fear drives Hindus out of the hills
  • Five Hindus gunned down in Kashmir
  • Pak. groups to continue support to J&K militants
  • Farooq escape bid on Life
  • 3 pilgrims shot dead, 5 injured in Kishtwar
  • Module to direct terrorists acts unearthed
  • Shelling weary border residents pin for guns to be silenced
  • Al Qaeda in Pakistan: The 'guests' who stayed on
  • Probe into Kashmiri separatist's links
  • No fall in terror influx on LoC: Army
  • Threats of moving bases to India forced Pak on back foot
  • US is 'facilitator' not 'mediator', says Powell
  • Lashkar-e-Tayyaba killed Lone: BSF
  • USA offers ground sensors for LoC
  • Omar challenges Hurriyat to participate in elections
  • Al-Qaida operating near LoC: Rumsfeld
  • Centre eyes non-Hurriyat front In J&K
  • 7 die in Lashkar-Hizbul gunfight
  • Pak wiping out Kashmiris from PoK
  • Crossing LoC basic right of Kashmiris: Salahuddin
  • Direct ISI-terrorist link: Straw
  • ‘No international monitoring of LoC’
  • Farooq steps down as NC President
  • Intercepts linked Hurriyat to ISI
  • Lashkar linked to ISI, Straw tells House of Commons
  • Iftikar Geelani admits ISI link
  • Kashmir policy in place, finally
  • Diplomacy has eased crisis in Kashmir: Straw
  • Three outfits in UK funded Geelani militancy for 5 Yrs
  • Will US, UK deport wanted kashmiris to India?
  • Classified documents recovered from Geelani's residence
  • Residence of Geelani's son-in-law in Delhi raided
  • Geelani’s Monthly Expenses: Rs 1.5 Lakh
  • Political process in Kashmir re-activated
  • No let-up in infiltration: Army
  • British Muslims send huge funds to Kashmiri terrorists
  • India may seek Thukar's deportation
  • Geelani, son-in-law held under Pota
  • 61% Kashmiris prefer to be Indian citizens, poll indicates
  • Number of migrants from Jammu goes up to 1.5 lakh
  • Britain ready to send troops to monitor LOC
  • Number of migrants from Jammu goes up to 1.5 lakh
  • Hurriyat hardliner Gilani arrested
  • Farooq for economic sanctions against Pak
  • US, UK plan verification force for J&K
  • Kashmir not fit case for mediation: Kissinger
  • JKLF for united Kashmir
  • Govt needs to get cracking on illegal Madrassas: IB report
  • No drop in infiltration
  • PM proposes joint patrolling by Indo-Pak forces On Borders
  • Muslim youth saves Hindu shoe-shine boy in Kashmir
  • US yet to see proof of Musharraf's Kashmir promise
  • Jehadis scuttled a ceasefire plan
  • 11 more militants surrender in Kashmir
  • Dramatic escape for Dy SP in Lashkar ambush
  • Simla pact only solution to J&K: US
  • 20 injured in Srinagar clash
  • Jihad in held Kashmir to continue: MJC
  • Hurriyat objects to Mori poll verdict
  • Schism between jihadis dangerously real
  • A life of misery for Pandits
  • Foreign ultras flood valley
  • Pak terrorist with state subject, identity card arrested in Jammu
  • Lone’s son in the limelight
  • Muslims join Hindu yagna for peace in Kashmir
  • We were trained by the ISI at Kotli Camp
  • JKLF acting chief, 6 others held
  • 21 militants surrender in Kupwara
  • May News

  • Infiltration still on: Powell
  • 61 Per Cent Kashmiris Want To Remain As Indian Citizen: Mori
  • Heavy shelling in Poonch
  • Militants Get Night Vision Devices, Better Weapons
  • Two Fidayeens Killed After 16 Hour Battle In DPL Doda
  • Al-Qaeda helping terror campaign in Kashmir: US
  • 11 civilians, 3 jawans killed in heavy shelling; 32 seriously hurt
  • Intelligentsia divided over military action against Pak
  • J&K terrorists not being supported now: Pak official
  • LoC villagers being shifted to Poonch
  • About 3,000 militants planning to cross LoC: Fernande
  • Straw rejects Pak suggestions for international observers on LoC
  • 28 schools closed in Kathua district due to Pak shelling
  • There are no Hindu terrorists: Omar
  • Pak Army targets fleeing people
  • Musharraf has not stopped terrorism in J&K: Powell
  • India lacks guts to attack Pak: Farooq
  • Bilal Lone to represent People's Conference
  • LeT terrorists torch Hizb Comdr's house
  • 16,000 migrate from Arnia, Ramgarh
  • Bush asks Musharraf to stop cross border terrorism
  • Death in Kashmir Lone’s moderation made him vulnerable
  • India will win war against terrorism : PM
  • UN delivers harsh blow to Pak’s J&K dreams
  • Omar to be NC chief on June 5
  • Pak shelling flattens entire village
  • Lone son JKPC chief
  • Terrorist attack was designed to demoralise people, forces’
  • PM announces Rs 6,165 cr package for J&K
  • Jammuites, Border, Kashmiri Migrants Want Govt To Be Firm Against Pak
  • Pak not to allow territory for terrorists acts; offers dialogue
  • PM vows decisive battle
  • LeT behind Lone killing: Intercepted messages say
  • I was being threatened, Lone told HT
  • Peace campaign will not stop: PM
  • Lone’s murder direct attack on peace: Powell
  • Hurriyat leader Lone assassinated in Srinagar
  • Hurriyat refrain of no-no to Assembly elections
  • Indo-Pak war will be decisive: Saxena
  • PM heads for J&K to assess state of crisis
  • Six attacks in six days: Army camps are sitting ducks
  • Jammu attack aimed at triggering Indo-Pak conflict: JKNAC
  • Another Army camp attacked, four killed
  • Govt places para-military forces on border under Army control
  • Bid to enter PoK may lead to war: Pak.
  • Blast in Udhampur, 3 hurt
  • Farmers on border starving
  • Peeved Jammu residents slam Centre, cry war
  • Jammu massacre won't go unanswered: Omar
  • Pak is nothing to us: Kashmiris
  • Villagers begin packing as it’s all disquiet on the Western Front
  • Time for action has come: Gen Padmanabhan
  • 10 Pro-militant groups float new political outfit in J&K
  • US plans high-tech monitoring along LoC
  • Jihad Council vows to continue struggle in J&K
  • Army weighing options to avenge Kaluchak: CM
  • Complete bandh against killings
  • Local support to militants waning
  • Infiltration must end but talks should resume: Rocca
  • Masood Azhar masterminded Parliament attack
  • It’s ‘barbaric terrorism’: Rocca
  • Rocca's mission turns impossible
  • 30 killed in worst ever fidayeen attack, 48 injured
  • Hizbul rift, Assembly polls force Hurriyat to rethink strategy
  • Police calms Srinagar residents as BSF accidentally shoots man
  • Pak epicentre of islamic fundamentalism: India
  • Hizb rift widens ws Bilal rallies behind Dar
  • Abrogate J&K Resettlement Act: Centre
  • Pak's strategic Raja Rani post destroyed
  • Abdul Majid Dar-led Hizb faction to expel Salahuddin
  • ISI chief's presence puts Hurriyat meet in doubt
  • LeT terrorists grilling on
  • Salahuddin isolated in Command Council
  • Expelled HM leader to support steps to resolve Kashmir issue
  • Pak fears losing control over Kashmiri militants
  • Centre ditched me, says Shabir Shah
  • Polls not the answer to Kashmir problem: APHC
  • Revolt against Dar's expulsion in PoK too
  • Expelled Hizb commander to launch political party soon
  • Dar & Co are RAW agents: Hizbul hawks
  • ISI turns its men towards Ladakh
  • Dar ignored Hizb chief's command
  • Rift In Hizbul over Salahuddin’s decision
  • Dar may join Shabir, take part in J&K polls
  • Hurriyat 'split' may change J&K political scenario
  • VDC guns down 2 most wanted LeT terrorists
  • After Zaffar, Yazdani challenges expulsion
  • Pak Army pushes six explosive laden trucks in Poonch sector
  • Geelani is Jamaat's hard target
  • India denies US claim of fall in LoC infiltration
  • US report: Pak aiding ultras
  • Hizbul unaware of Kashmir realities
  • Jamaat follows Hizb expulsion lead
  • Sacked Hizb Man Says Leaders In PoK Out Of Touch
  • ISI felt threatened by Dar’s influence over cadre
  • Shelling again in Poonch
  • Two brothers among 5 massacred in Marmat
  • Hizb expels Majeed Dar, Zaffar, Yazdani
  • Pak sending highly experienced terrorists, says Brig Eranna
  • Infiltration bid foiled in Rajouri, 7 Pak terrorists killed
  • Hizbul to lay down arms if genuine peace process begins
  • Condemn atrocities on Kashmiri Pandits
  • Amanullah Khan's formula for Kashmir
  • Militant-driver blown into pieces in Bijbehara
  • After debate, parties gear up for J&K elections
  • Seven ultras killed in J-K, two villagers beheaded
  • April News

  • Pilgrims bring progress
  • Quiet flow the tourists
  • Migration from Poonch to PoK has stopped
  • Next six months very crucial for state: Jaitly
  • Geelani boycotts Hurriyat executive meeting
  • Two civilians killed, 5 jawans among 28 injured in Surankote
  • Pak justifies terrorist violence in J&K: Omar
  • HM accuses JeI, Hurriyat of backtracking
  • PMO man tries to swing it: Golf, and Kashmir talks too
  • Al-Qaeda has established bases in Pir Panjal, Gurez: Parrey
  • LeT, JeM, Hizb form joint committee in J&K
  • Kashmir: Track II diplomacy gets a push from both sides of border
  • 3 Harkat militants awarded death sentence
  • J&K militants accept Geelani as leader
  • Pak mission summons top Hurriyat leaders
  • Pakistan arrests anti-referendum
  • Kashmiris disillusioned with Jehadis
  • Rift in Hurriyat reappears
  • Kashmir leader in UK criticises Sharjah meet
  • PMO official on Kashmir mission
  • Dulat in J&K to woo separatists
  • 7 Pak soldiers killed, scores Hurt
  • Kashmir movement indigenous: Hizbul Mujahideen
  • Kashmir lawyers moot Indo-Pak summit on J&K
  • Dubai meet will not help in resolving J&K issue: Omar
  • US has quietly reshaped South Asia: Powell
  • Imaginary homes turn real for Kashmiri Pandits
  • Geelani faces guillotine in his own party
  • Pak militants 'virtual thieves', forces 'killers with license': Mirwaiz
  • Mirwaiz Farooq is Kashmir’s last and greatest hope: Time
  • Valley Madarsas above Board: Inquiry
  • Jehad will continue: Geelani
  • Mujahideen won't end struggle: MJC
  • Jehad council flays moderate leaders
  • Hurriyat might be heading for a split
  • Madrassas mushrooming along Pak border
  • Maulana forgets scars of past to take peace path
  • Maulana visits temple, brings message of peace to valley
  • Rape: BSF chief assures jail, sack if charges proved
  • HM section commander among 8 terrorists, woman killed
  • 12 Pak jawans killed, 10 bunkers destroyed
  • Kashmiri leaders to reach consensus soon: Mirwaiz
  • Kashmiri Pandits throng Ramji temple after 13 years
  • Valley Madrassas: Far cry from jehadi factories
  • PoK, Hurriyat leaders agree: End jehad
  • Major among 4 jawans, six terrorists killed
  • Fear and terror destroying Pakistan
  • Hurriyat funds dry up as cops turn on heat
  • Osama in Azad Kashmir: Report
  • Geelani put under house arrest
  • Army hands over counter-insurgents to Kashmir Police
  • Unanimous decision to elect Omar as next President
  • 3 BSF men accused of gang-rape in Pahalgam village
  • J&K Govt asked to provide 'Z' security to HC judges
  • Militant attacks hit Jammu economy
  • ISI pays Rs 50,000 to 'guide' an infiltrator
  • Hurriyat leaders meet Musharraf
  • Threats to security are real: Home secretary
  • Cabinet mulls making J&K tax-free zone
  • Terrorists beheaded a 16-yr-old girl in Kashmir
  • Azad supporting Islamic terrorists: BJP MLAs
  • Killing of innocents will not change state geography
  • 3 killed, 27 hurt in blast in Kashmir
  • EU to send envoys to India, Pak for Kashmir talks
  • Ultras maintain links with Pak agencies
  • Time not ripe for Omar's return to state politics
  • 4 killed, 25 injured in Kashmir encounter
  • Malik call widens APHC rift
  • PM must address our issues: Shabir Shah
  • J&K wants Centre to annul Indus Treaty
  • Pak strike element on border Indian troops withdrawal ruled out
  • JK police seeks ED's help in Yaseen Malik funds case
  • Lone, Mirwaiz in Dubai to hold talks with Qayoom
  • Kashmiri Pandits flay parties for being 'silent' on sufferings
  • No one can extradite me: Hizb chief
  • Anti-Israel strike affects normal life in Kashmir
  • PM asks Pakistan to forget dreaming about Kashmir
  • Modernise Madrassas
  • Musharraf harmed Kashmir cause: PPP
  • Only jehad can liberate Kashmir
  • Take part in polls to test popularity: Pant to Hurriyat
  • The man who knows & talks too much
  • Pak not sincere for de-escalation: Pant
  • Banned militant group calls strike in Kashmir over Israeli assault
  • Hurriyat blamed for killings in Kashmir
  • JuM threatens to kill J&K poll contestants
  • Jaish, Lashkar, Hizbul join hands
  • Benazir, Sharif betrayed Kashmir
  • PoK leaders call for Pak troops withdrawal
  • 19 terrorists among 26 killed in J&K
  • Hizbul threatens to target National Conference over POTA
  • Financial position deteriorates as J&K Govt becomes dependent on borrowings
  • Kashmir is safe for tourists
  • Bring home the boys
  • Visit has nothing to do with bilateral ties: Pant
  • Al-Qaida men ‘in Kashmir’
  • 7 villagers massacred
  • Blood spills in J&K
  • Nine killed in double terror strikes in J&K
  • Al-Qaeda declared terrorist outfit under POTA
  • 3 children, 2 women among 7 massacred in Arnas; 6 hurt
  • VDC members valiant fight runs short of ammunition
  • Trying to get to the roots of the Kashmir problem
  • Osama pen as mighty as his jihad sword
  • On terror trail, US customs to set up base in India
  • Farooq protects Sena's influential Maharaj
  • Watch out for this guy on the motorbike, he's got plans
  • J&K autopsy expert handled 11,000 bodies in 13 yrs
  • J&K books 426 under POTA in 150 days
  • Kashmiri Pandits want a say in negotiations
  • 24 seats still reserved for PoK in J&K House
  • Cheated jehadis turn on Pak
  • Stay with India or leave for Pak : Farooq to APHC
  • J&K arms haul enough for 2 mini-wars: Official
  • Kashmiri leaders attack Pak policies at UNCHR
  • 4,000 militants ready to cross over to J-K
  • Farooq 'upset' with Army over Baramulla incident
  • Pant off to Pak with J-K on mind
  • Bandh against POTA in valley
  • US main enemy: Pak jihadis
  • Rift among J-K Sikh bodies
  • ISI plans blasts in Punjab cities
  • J&K elections in October
  • George in J&K to inspect security situation
  • Militants kill four of family in Kashmir
  • J&K ban on commercial STDs sees private phone operators flourish
  • Kashmiri youth line up in droves for army recruitment Drive
  • Kashmiri jihadis got special training
  • Attack a reply to Katiyar remark
  • Ladakh children demand development as a right
  • POTA not to deter 'sacred struggle' of Kashmiris: JuM
  • JKLF seeks UN intervention for Malik's release
  • OIC for bilateral solution to Kashmir
  • Former ISI chief steps out of shadow to put foot in mouth
  • The true jehad is for Kashmir
  • Govt bans Al Badr, JuM under POTA
  • Govt lacks guts to fight Pak: Farooq
  • Lone assaulted by J&K Shiv Sena chief
  • J&K women ignore militant threat to wear burqa
  • March News

  • J&K ultras thrive on Hawala funds
  • Temple attack toll 10; Jammu bandh partial
  • Muzafarrabad directive warns Hurriyat Vajpayee's poll call against jihad: Salahuddin
  • NGO to help victims of militancy
  • Abdul Gani Lone to get back his passport
  • LeT militants, hawala operators booked under Poto
  • Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims meet for first time in 13 years
  • Fidayeens strike at historic Ragunath temple
  • 5 Jawans killed, 3 injured in fidayeen attack, blast
  • Sonia wants NC-Cong Govt in J&K
  • Hurriyat using foreign donations for personal use: Omar
  • Sufi Islam: The harbinger of peace
  • British MPs urge India to resolve Kashmir issue through dialogue
  • Three killed, 36 Kgs RDX seized in Kashmir
  • Jittery APHC leaders Pak Envoy’s dinner guests
  • Net crackdown hits Hawala channels
  • Jihadis announce return to past practice
  • The South Asian stalemate
  • Protest against arrest of Yasin Malik continues
  • Hurriyat office raided in Delhi; Yaseen remanded
  • Why Pak can’t let Northern Areas go
  • Hawala noose tightens on Kashmiri separatists
  • Western UP a haven for militants
  • Hawala money propels Kashmir construction activity
  • Dar, Shazia met Yasin Malik before smuggling US dollars
  • Gilgit leaders deny they’re Indian agents
  • Yasin Malik held, booked under POTO and FEMA
  • Pak has 10,000 jehadis
  • From the internet to security net in J&K
  • Al-Jehad warns against participation in polls
  • ISI may push Taliban fighters into J&K: Police
  • $ 1-lakh Hawala haul just Farooq playing dirty: Yasin
  • Masood Azhar's shadow, all the way from Kashmir to Mogadishu
  • Pak won't reduce ties with J&K militants
  • J&K Government to review POTO cases: Farooq
  • 55 Shia mourners detained in Srinagar
  • ISI ropes-in gullible youths
  • UN Envoy: Poverty drives terrorists to fight in Kashmir
  • Slowly, Pak’s new Kashmir policy takes shape
  • Farooq to raise funds issue with Vajpayee
  • APHC's next step generates curiosity
  • Omar says use POTO for 'border terror' only
  • UN Envoy: Poverty drives terrorists to fight in Kashmir
  • JKLF rejects PM's appeal on Assembly polls
  • Retd HC judge to probe DNA fudging in Kashmir
  • 6 Harkat militants arrested in PoK
  • Terrorists re-group in PoK
  • Centre working on new Kashmir strategy
  • Pak. conducts war games near Kashmir
  • Two children killed, five hurt in J&K explosion
  • B'desh based terrorists focus on J&K
  • Militant groups warn Hurriyat against participation in polls
  • Banned outfits drive to rock Pervez boat
  • Hizb: No one to be allowed to betray cause
  • ISI not to dismantle Kashmir cell: Former chief
  • Kashmir mosque siege over, militants killed
  • Polls no solution to Kashmir issue: Hurriyat
  • PM, Advani, George plan visit to J&K
  • LeT makes abortive attempt to attack BSF HQs
  • Militants occupy another mosque in Baramulla
  • PM promises fair polls in J&K, asks militants to ‘prove popularity’
  • Geelani Slams Muslims For Godhra Carnage
  • Awami NC to contest all J&K seats
  • Pak Army again resorts to heavy shelling in Samba
  • Two LeT fidayeens shot dead in Jammu
  • Case filed against Katiyar for blasphemy
  • Hizbul ready for meaningful talks
  • Reversal of Kashmir strategy and its aftermath ...
  • US allowed growth of seminars of bleed-Russia strategy
  • Jabbar renews burqa diktat, sets April 1 deadline
  • Valley paralysed over Katiyar’s remarks
  • Crackdown against pro-India militants in J&K
  • Hurriyat sets terms to join polls
  • Sufi influence on Kashmiri life
  • Islam in a land of shadows
  • Two boys killed, 25 injured in J&K blast
  • Lashker-e-Jabbar asks women to wear burqa
  • Katiyar denies his remark on Hazratbal shrine
  • Hurriyat shops for face-saver
  • Srinagar cowds rally against Katiyar remark
  • BJP threatens ‘Quit Jammu’ movement
  • Pak troops target Akhnoor camp, shelling in Rajouri
  • Ten militants among 12 killed in Kashmir
  • Concert of Democracies
  • Controversy over Mangla Dam in PoK
  • VHP claim on Kashmir holy relic angers Muslims
  • Omar rules out troops withdrawal, says infiltration reduced
  • Slowly, Pak’s new Kashmir policy takes shape
  • Terror drives Kashmiris to seek refuge in death
  • Kashmir's female separatist trains her sons for jihad
  • Two quintals RDX recovered in Surankote
  • JK electoral rolls ridden with inaccuracies: EC
  • 30 terror cases solved with arrest of 15 Hizb militants
  • Kashmiri duo scripts story of hope for nation
  • 100 Kgs RDX recovered in Jammu, 3 terrorists killed
  • 1,735 Pandit families still live in Kashmir valley
  • Recruitment of local youths stopped terrorists torch houses to accomplish designs
  • Zubair Afghani among 3 terrorists shot dead
  • Musharraf shouldn't play games about terrorism: US
  • Omar bought book on IC-814
  • HM group commander Shakeel Pathan surrenders to BSF
  • J&K police collect fresh blood samples
  • Farooq orders an inquiry into DNA fudging
  • PoK leader wants Kashmir Liberation Cell reorganised
  • Eight terrorists killed near Vaishnodevi
  • Hurriyat 'selling' Kashmiris for personal benefits: Khan
  • Major militant hideout busted in Kashmir
  • Pak-based militants reorganising in valley
  • Kashmir Liberation Cell to be reorganized
  • US should make stand on terrorism clear: Abdullah
  • CM assures to table DNA report of Anantnag killings in house
  • Work out compensation for Indus treaty: J&K to Centre
  • Clashes in the Valley claim 32 lives
  • J&K fudges DNA to cover up deadly deed
  • Assembly passes autonomy resolution for second time
  • ISI still backs J&K ultras
  • Ending Pak support to ultras key to peace: US body
  • Pakistanis in J-K guilty of worst crimes
  • 14 hardcore terrorists shot dead in Rajouri
  • ISI still supporting J&K militants: Report
  • Parliament panel visits disturbed areas of Jammu
  • 13 ultras trapped in Nowshera
  • Complete, peaceful bandh in Jammu region
  • Tehreek commander arrested in Srinagar
  • No change in situation on border, LoC
  • Uproar in Kashmir Assembly over riots
  • 50 Pak families ‘staying’ in Udhampur
  • Hizb suffering reverse after reverse
  • February News

  • 11 Pakistan soldiers killed in Nowshera
  • Victory from Jammu historic: Omar
  • Ultras sneak into Darhal PS
  • Terrorist camps still operating in PoK: Farooq
  • Straw supports India's stand on Kashmir
  • Talib Hussain declared elected from Jammu
  • 5 Pak soldiers killed in Poonch
  • Farooq Abdullah calls BJP 'enemy of the nation'
  • EC summons observers of Jammu seat, results likely tomorrow
  • Shelling again in Poonch
  • Rigging alleged in Jammu bypoll, EC withholds results
  • New militant gameplan in Kashmir Valley
  • 2 killed, huge cache of arms seized in J&K
  • Parties allege rigging in Jammu, demand repolling
  • No evidence to suggest Osama is in Kashmir: Rumsfeld
  • Hurriyat using 'intimidation' weapon to silence EC critics
  • Now, the Dhaka connection
  • SAS, delta force not in Kashmir, says India
  • 100 Families migrate after massacre in Narla Bambal
  • Harkat behind murder?
  • US working hard to peacefully resolve Kashmir issue: Bush
  • US, British special forces seek Bin Laden in Kashmir: Report
  • Two LeT hitmen arrested for Poonch massacre
  • Militants abduct three in Jammu
  • JKLF’s threat is a victory for India
  • Islamabad denies it meddled in Afghanistan, Kashmir
  • Ultras in Pak army fatigues
  • Pak denies J&K ISI unit shut
  • Militants attack army convoy, 6 killed in J&K
  • Forced to quit Afghanistan, ISI desperate to stay in Kashmir
  • Militants, al-Qaeda regrouping in PoK
  • Farooq opposes talks with Pak
  • Valley women take to saffron, rally for BJP
  • Prove representative character, Shabir Shah tells Hurriyat
  • JKLF warns of violence if India remains adamant
  • Moment of reckoning
  • US not to play mediator in J&K issue: Myers
  • Pak terror tactics defaming Muslims: Abdullah
  • Hurriyat condemns Rajouri massacre as anti-Islamic
  • 5 top terrorists gunned down in Udhampur, Poonch
  • Militants new mantra in Valley: Kill them young
  • 8 of two families killed
  • Militants massacre eight hindus in Kashmir
  • Pervez pushing Osama men into J&K
  • Tamper-proof ID cards for J&K border residents
  • Amanullah Khan objects to Hurriyat
  • Kashmir not core issue: Pak citizens
  • Pak. stand on terrorism embarrasses Hizb
  • US adopting a policy of duplicity on terrorism: Farooq
  • Vajpayee rejects offer for talks on Kashmir
  • Illegal drug trade on the rise in valley
  • Nine Lashkar infiltrators killed in Poonch
  • Pak a haven for terrorists: PM
  • Cultural revolution for J&K
  • Militants chop off ears, nose and kill villager
  • India rejects Bush’s offer of facilitation
  • Rift in Hurriyat over parallel EC
  • Kashmir: my lost country
  • Seven militants among 12 killed in Kashmir
  • Hurriyat’s parallel EC draws flak from parties, diplomats
  • Farooq wants Bush to influence Pak to live in peace with India
  • Our first priority is to prevent war over Kashmir: U.S.
  • Albion's Kashmir Perfidy
  • Omar Arrested As Musharraf Begins US Visit
  • Govt rejects Hurriyat's parallel EC
  • Hurriyat Conference sets up parallel EC
  • Stop making tall claims: Omar to Hurriyat
  • India gives US-bound Pervez a wake-up call
  • Kashmir: need for a policy shift
  • In strategic wilderness
  • Hurriyat drops plan for global poll panel
  • Pak Kashmir Committee rules out change in J&K policy
  • Kashmir valley shuts down to commemorate JKLF founder
  • Jehadi outfits damaged Kashmir cause: Qayyum
  • Talks only with someone close to PM: Hurriyat
  • Al-Qaida men spotted in J&K
  • Two militants killed, mosque siege ends
  • Militants burn down 9 houses in J&K
  • Hizb commander killed in Doda
  • Srinagar limps back to normal, J&K highway reopens
  • Mosque stand-off continues, 4 civilians freed
  • Record number of militants killed in January 2002: Police spokesman
  • BSF arrests Islamic Front militant in J&K
  • LeT militant reveals outfit’s links with Hurriyat leader
  • Security forces kill 5 JeM militants in Kashmir
  • Omar set to head National Conference
  • Strike in valley to mark ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’
  • ‘Musharraf’s speech has made no impact on militancy’
  • Pak claim of killing 114 jawans ‘absurd’: India
  • Hurriyat says no to polls, firm on EC
  • US won't mediate on Kashmir: Blackwill
  • Farooq challenges Hurriyat to contest elections
  • Jaish asks cadres to focus on J&K
  • Two militants holed up inside mosque in Kashmir
  • Resolve Kashmir issue to ease tensions: Hizb
  • Jaish takes on a new name for J&K
  • LeT hitman Shaheen among 5 ultras killed in Gool
  • 114 Indian jawans killed in two months, Pak claims
  • Lashkar lets loose rein of terror in PoK
  • India, Pak unrealistic in easing tensions: Hizbul
  • J&K ultras getting money from US, UK
  • Separatist Geelani quotes the constitution in protest to PM
  • SC stays J&K resettlement act
  • Hizb hails Hurriyat decision on J&K elections
  • Kissinger’s mission Kashmir
  • January News

  • Five killed as army foils major infiltration bid
  • Pak targets Poonch town, fires over 6000 shells
  • 5 children among 6 killed in 2 blasts
  • 10 militants shot dead in J&K
  • Govt to issue ID-cards in border areas of J&K to curb infiltration
  • Hurriyat Responsible For Killings In Kashmir: JKLF Founder
  • Hurriyat warming up for J&K Assembly polls: Analysts
  • Pak calls demand for return of PoK 'absurd'
  • Ultras target security camps, 8 killed in J&K
  • Massacres by LeT, JeM in J&K highly condemnable: Hizb
  • Behind the Bonhomie
  • Return PoK before talks: PM to Pak
  • Kashmir issue should not define Indo-Pak ties: Jaswant
  • Hurriyat to form its own election commission for polls in J&K
  • UK Qaida men have Pak connections
  • PoK hi-tech centres continue despite ban
  • Anti-US rally in Pak
  • Pak group sends photos of US reporter in captivity
  • Pak spy ring busted in AP
  • Kashmiri militants find a haven in LSE
  • Militants down monetarily as funds from Dubai channel squeezed
  • Militants attack security camp in J&K, 5 hurt
  • Ultras blow up TV transmitter in Kashmir
  • R-Day peaceful in J&K despite Hurriyat stir
  • Dutch nationals came with ulterior motives: Police
  • Terrorism will die its own death, says Farooq
  • When terror knocked on a forgotten address
  • Another Jinnah in the making
  • Terrorism: Now in the East?
  • Terrorism and the law — II
  • The trouble with Musharraf
  • Strike paralises normal life in Srinagar
  • 5 JeM militants killed in Kashmir
  • 8 Pak soldiers killed in Nowshera sector
  • Pervez had contingency coup plan
  • Madarsas being used to provide shelter to ultras
  • For victory that lasts
  • IED blast attempts foiled, nine killed in J&K
  • India protests airlift of Pak fighters from Kunduz, fears they will enter Kashmir
  • China may share intelligence on J&K, northeast
  • Terror group has links with ISI
  • ISI sending spies into Rajasthan
  • Water from India, terrorism from Pakistan
  • Abdullah hints J&K polls in September
  • Infiltration down due to snow, not Pervez speech
  • Pak police seals Harkat’s office
  • J&K constitutionally wedded to India
  • If LoC border, PoK will seem Pak's : Advani
  • Terrorists kill main suspect in Poonch massacre
  • PoK PM doesn't want Pak to hand over militants
  • Militants vow to continue their operations from PoK
  • Militants kill eight of a family in J&K
  • India asks Pak to provide list of infiltrators in Kashmir
  • Farooq for greater autonomy to PoK too
  • India, Pakistan clash over Kashmir in UN terrorism debate
  • Lashkar, Jaish to lie low in J&K for now
  • Musharraf tells clerics that he won’t abandon Kashmir
  • US will not hurt Indian interests in J&K
  • Kissinger for amicable solution to Kashmir issue
  • Blast in Jammu grain market, 2 killed
  • Security forces smash four militant hideouts in Kashmir
  • Powell rules out mediatory role for US, plebiscite in Kashmir
  • Pak army, Kashmir ultras natural allies
  • HuM offices sealed in PoK
  • Will Pak turn Hizbul chief over to India?
  • Hurriyat abandons meetings with diplomats
  • Lashkar got £2 mn from British Kashmiris
  • 1400 Killed in Sectarian Violence from 1989-01
  • British muslims biggest patrons of Lashkar, Jaish
  • BSF guns down two dutch ‘fidayeen’ after knife attack
  • Harassment of Kashmiris must be stopped: Abdullah
  • Hurriyat welcomes Musharraf's stand on Kashmir
  • Lashkar vows to continue jehad despite ban
  • BSF wipes Hizb hideout, seizes IEDs in valley
  • India develops radar to curb intrusions
  • Musharraf bans Lashkar, Jaish; says no terrorism on name of Kashmir
  • Blast in J&K High Court; 15 killed in shootouts
  • Army destroys five Pak forward posts, 10 bunkers
  • Amanullah Khan fears Pak may target JKLF
  • No hard-core foreign mercenary will be detained in J&K prisons anymore
  • JKLF chairman Amanullah Khan offers to surrender
  • China rules out intervention in Kashmir issue yet again
  • LeT commander, NC activist killed in J&K
  • ISI recruiting LeT cadres
  • China says no role in mediating Kashmir problem
  • Mosque siege ends in Kashmir, one militant killed
  • J&K violence not freedom struggle: US team tells Pak
  • Local support to terrorists led to massacre: Surviving VDC members
  • Army foils fidayeen attack, three Killed
  • ISI’s re-structured offensive in J&K
  • Night of terror in Kashmir: 17 people massacred on Sunday
  • 26,000 villagers flee PoK as Indo-Pak border tension mounts
  • Al-Qaeda men trickling into J&K: CM
  • Give up terrorism to resolve Kashmir: Blair to Musharraf
  • Two Pak spy planes intrude, one shot down, Indian UAV crashes
  • Hizb commander among 10 militants killed in Kashmir
  • New Lashkar chief is also Pakistani: Intelligence
  • Six injured in Pak shelling, firing
  • Virtual war in Poonch as people take to bunkers
  • After a 27-yr-old affair with jihad, breaking up is toughest part
  • Pakistan’s crackdown will fail: J&K militants
  • Ghazi Baba may be under siege in J&K
  • Ban on STD services hits security personnel in J&K
  • J&K militancy killed more people than Indo-Pak wars
  • No terrorism in J&K: Pervez
  • Musharraf leaves terrorists free to use PoK base: Report
  • Promotions apart, 2100 youth recruited in J&K Police during 2001: Spokesman
  • Over 300 Mortar Shells Fired In Nowshera Sector
  • 9 LeT Terrorists Shot Dead, Another Nabbed
  • Six Hizb Militants, 2 Soldiers Among 12 Killed
  • Bandh In Poonch After Hindu Massacres
  • Woman, Two Children Among 6 Of A Family Massacred
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