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2008 began on a tragic note. Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, former Pakistani Prime Minister, a well known friend of Kashmir, was brutally assassinated in Rawalpindi towards the very end of the previous year. It was widely felt that Mohtarma Benazir would have won the elections and become Prime Minister. The restoration of true democracy in Pakistan could well have ushered in a period of peace and reconciliation in the region. But that was not to be. Her murder proved that there were many elements in Pakistan and in the region as a whole who did not wish to see a restoration of democratic processes and the beginnings of true peace. Her killing has cast a long shadow over Kashmir.

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December

  • India to Pak: Take lessons from J&K election
  • Will Be A Constructive Opposition: Mehbooba
  • Eager To Put Governance Back On Track: Omar
  • Omar Abdullah Set To Be The New Jammu & Kashmir CM?
  • Kashmir Results Cut Across Communal Fault Lines
  • Congress Should Be Part Of J&K Government: Omar
  • With Farooq's Nod, Omar Likely To Be J&K CM
  • Election setback for militants with high voter turnout in Kashmir
  • NC Open To Alliance With Congress, Says Omar
  • Engineer Left Separatist Party To Contest, Wins
  • Rise Of BJP In J&K Worrying Sign: Gulam Nabi Azad
  • Elated BJP activists celebrate party’s victory in Assembly poll
  • Three, Including Top Militant's Father Arrested In J&K
  • As Parties Squabble, J&K Readies For Better Future
  • NC And Congress Hold The Key To Divided House In J&K
  • J&K Turnout A Vote For Democracy: PM, Sonia
  • J-K Polls: High Voter Turnout Shows People Want Peace
  • Polls Over, J-K Moves Quickly To Free Top Separatists
  • Violence in Indian Kashmir Lowest in 2 Decades
  • Pak Deploys Fresh Troops Along LoC, International Border: Report
  • Historic J&K polls end on high note
  • Young Kashmiris Step Away From Militancy
  • 13 Lakh More Votes Polled This Year Compared To Last Year
  • After Geelani, Mirwaiz Admits ‘we Got It Wrong’
  • Clashes Mark Final Phase of Kashmir Vote
  • Srinagar Votes, Stunned Hawk Geelani Admits: Unthinkable
  • Kashmir Separatists Baffled By High Voter Turnout
  • 52% Voters' Turnout In J&K Polls
  • Voting Begins For Final Phase Of J-K Polls
  • ISI Had Definite Links With LeT: Report
  • Jammu Arrests Cast New Light On Jaish-e-Mohammad Networks
  • Pak Sepoy Among Three Jaish ‘suicide Bombers’ Held In Jammu
  • Pak JeM Suicide Bombers Arrested In Jammu
  • Despite Boycott Call, Jamaat Cadres Come Out In Support Of PDP
  • Campaign For Last Phase Of J&K Polls Ends Amid Violence
  • Peaceful Campaigning Relief For J&K Netas
  • People Of Srinagar Must Have Strong Voice: Mufti
  • Omar Asks GoI To Invite UJC, Separatists For Talks On K-issue
  • It Is Vote Against Separatism: Sonia
  • 9 Injured In Poll-related Violence In Kashmir
  • PDP Revived Peoples' Faith In Democracy: Mufti
  • Mufti responsible for diluting Art 370: Farooq
  • NC A Clear Winner In Terms Of Candidates Fielded
  • Life returns to normal in Kashmir Valley
  • LeT militants, commander killed in encounter in JK
  • Faheem, Sabauddin May Lead To Local Hands Behind 26-1
  • Independents aplenty in J-K final phase
  • Weary Of Violence, Kashmiris Fight Back With Their Votes
  • Alpine model for Gilgit-Baltistan development suggested
  • Lashkar-trained Indian Terrorists Pose Growing Threat
  • 62 per cent turnout, Round 6 also goes to J&K voters
  • Separatists look for face saving in Srinagar
  • In Yaripora, Father Votes In Memory Of Lost Son
  • Ex-militants In Jammu Kashmir Say Ballot Is The Way
  • Militancy, Boycott No Deterrent, 64% Cast Vote
  • Four militants killed as held Kashmir votes
  • Obama Told To Refrain From Mediation Over Kashmir
  • High J&K Voter Turnout An Important Development: Mukherjee
  • LeT To Ask UN To Delink It From Al Qaeda, Taliban
  • Tremendous Progress In Kashmir Under PDP-Congress Rule: Pranab
  • Govt Plans To Use J&K Polls To Woo Tourists
  • Electioneering For 6th Phase Of JK Polls Ends, Ex-CMs In Fray
  • Hashim Qureshi Submits Paper On Kashmir
  • Life Returns To Normal In Kashmir Valley
  • PDP Praises Manmohan On Cross-LoC Cooperation
  • Zardari gives signal to topple AJK PM
  • 57% Turnout As J&K Voters Snub Boycott Call
  • Manmohan Asks Kashmiri Militants To Shun Violence
  • Clashes Disrupt Indian Kashmir Voting
  • Kashmiri Separatist Group 'disappears' Post Crackdown
  • J-K: 57 Pc Turnout In Fifth Phase
  • Kashmir solution a must for regional peace: Fazl
  • Abdullah Couldn't Develop His Own Constituency : Azad
  • EU Parliament Hosts Conference On Cultural Heritage Of Kashmir
  • No Terrorist Training Camp Exists In Azad Kashmir: President AJK
  • Kashmir Rebels Slam UN, Pakistan Over Charity Crackdown
  • Mastermind Lakhvi Sent His Son To J&K Where He Was Killed Last Year
  • Jamat-ud-Dawah Denies Lashkar Link, Says Will Challenge Ban
  • Zardari discusses Daawa, AJK situation with ministers
  • Terror In India Not Linked To Kashmir: Pranab
  • Arrests won't affect us, jihad will continue: Lashkar
  • 'Kashmir Conflict Causes More Sufferings To The People' UN HCHR
  • JeM Chief Had Said He Wanted To Liberate Kashmir
  • US Hopes A 'shift' In Pak's Approach On LeT
  • “Crackdown will not cripple LeT”
  • NC Strong Votary Of Secularism: Farooq Abdullah
  • Kashmir Pilgrimage Offers Hope For Hindu-Muslim Unity
  • Kashmiri Dreams Of A Mine-free Land
  • J&K polling 'practical vote', says Karan Singh
  • Record Number Of Candidates In J-K Polls
  • Shut Down LeT Operations, India Tells Pakistan
  • Pro India MEP To Hold Kashmir Conference
  • J&K Witnesses 10 Pc Jump In Fourth Round Of Polling
  • Separatists Lose Sheen As J&K Turns Up To Vote
  • Sultan Asks UK To Play Role For Kashmir Solution
  • US Sanctioned LeT's Hafiz And Zaki Lakhvi In May
  • Beware of religious, regional card: Omar
  • J&K Cop, Kolkata Aide Arrested For SIM Cards Used In Mumbai Attack
  • The Kashmir Connection: A Puzzle
  • J-K Poll: Turnout 55%, Polling Peaceful
  • Kashmir Traders Fear Negative Impact On Cross Border Trade
  • Curfew-like Situation In Valley Ahead Of Separatists' March
  • Residents along LoC apprehensive about Pakistan-India clash
  • Tight Security For Fourth Phase Of JK Polls
  • Kashmiris Make City Their Own
  • 68.22 Per Cent Voting In 3rd Phase In J&K
  • India Finds Pak Charge On Chenab Water Flow Unsubstantiated
  • No govt can deviate from principled stand on Kashmir: minister
  • UJC warns India against any misadventure
  • Sonia Asks Separatists To Respect The Verdict Of People
  • Can't Vote But West Pak Refugees Enthusiastic For Polls
  • Kashmir Familiar With Style Of Mumbai Attacks
  • India Suspends Cross LoC Trade With Pakistan
  • Farooq castigates Cong, PDP for indulging in divisive politics
  • Kashmir frets as India-Pakistan ties worsen
  • Bombs Had Timers Used In Kashmir
  • AJK assembly to meet on 4th
  • Beleaguered AJK premier enjoys cover of constitution
  • Indo-Pak Cooperation Vital To Confront The Challenge: Mufti
  • India-Pakistan Tensions Cast Familiar Shadow Over Kashmir
  • November

  • India may end LoC ceasefire, call off composite dialogue
  • Andrew Buncombe: The region at the heart of this deadly argument
  • 62% Polling In Jammu And Kashmir
  • 62 Per Cent Turnout In Separatists' Stronghold Of Kupwara
  • Curfew-like Situation Ahead Of JK 3rd Phase Of Polls
  • J&K Police Had Warned Of Holes In Coastal Security
  • India, Pak Should Fight Terrorism Together: Farooq
  • Kashmiri militant denounces slaughter in Mumbai
  • Five militants killed in encounter; IED detected in J&K
  • Security Put On High Alert In J&K
  • Collective Indo-Pak strategy must to combat terrorism: AJK PM
  • Militant Suspects Have Roots In Kashmir Conflict
  • ‘Collective Political Will Needed To Resolve J&K’
  • 'Kashmiri Voice Needs A Political Representative'
  • ‘Mumbai Attacks Will Not Affect J-K Polls’
  • Azad expresses grief over Mumbai terror strike
  • Kashmiri Militants Move To Waziristan, Open Training Camps
  • Lone Hits Back As Geelani Accuses Separatists Of Double Standards
  • Notification For Seventh Phase Of J&K Polls Issued
  • Massive Voter Turnout Reflects Political Awareness: Spokesperson
  • 208 To Contest In Phase 5 Of J&K Polls
  • Qureshi Arrives In Indian Capital Tomorrow To Hold Talks On Outstanding Issues Including Kashmir
  • Lolab Valley Awaiting Peace Beyond Border
  • Signs Of Thaw In Bitter South Asian Dispute
  • Body proposes Gilgit-Baltistan as name for Northern Areas
  • 2 Killed In Police Firing In J&K, Mehbooba Convoy Attacked
  • Three Injured In Election Rally Grenade Attack In J-K
  • J&K Election: Nearly 67 Per Cent Turnout In Round Two
  • In J&K, An Encore In Second Phase
  • Heavy Voter Turnout Sharpens Urban-rural Divide In Kashmir
  • JKNPP Candidate Escapes Unhurt In Pre-poll Grenade Attack
  • J-K Voters Turn Up In Large Numbers To Vote For Change
  • Azaadi To Patriotism, A Generational Sweep
  • J&K Polls: Voting Low Key In Valley, Brisk In Jammu
  • J-K: 65% Voting In Second Phase
  • Two Killed In J&K Violence On Eve Of Second Round Of Polls
  • India Reacts Strongly To Pak Comments On J&K Polls
  • Let's Salute The People Of Kashmir Valley
  • Electioneering Ends For Second Phase Of Polls In J&K
  • Heavy Voting A Trendsetter In Kashmir: Mufti Sayeed
  • Is Kashmir Key To Afghan Peace?
  • Slain Hurriyat Conference Leader Abdul Gani Lone's Daughter Jumps Into Election Fray
  • Separatists Lie Low After High Voter Turnout
  • J&K Polls Not Expression Of Kashmiri People: Pakistan
  • US, Israeli Army chiefs' Kashmir visit is dangerous: Tarigami
  • J&K: Parties Up The Ante; Militants Lie Low
  • Why Kashmir chose to vote
  • CPI(M): Rope Dissenters Into Intra-Kashmir Dialogue Process
  • Body formed for Northern Areas status
  • Democracy May Be Taking Root In J&K
  • After Scrutiny, 280 Candidates In Phase-4 J&K Polls
  • Congress: J&K Turnout A Victory For Democracy
  • Eight Armymen Missing After Avalanche Strike
  • Election in Kashmir Begins Amid Boycott Calls
  • Peace Vote: 64% Turnout In First Phase Of J&K Polls
  • J&K Voters Defy Separatists, Turn Up In Large Numbers
  • Stage Set For First Phase Of J&K Polls
  • Cong For Restructure Of J-K Constitution, More LoC CBMs
  • IAF Deploys Large Fleet Of Helicopters For Polls In J&K
  • New bridge collapses in Kashmir
  • 'Soft Borders' Policy Will Help Settle Kashmir Issue: Zardari
  • Security Forces Foil Blast Attempt Ahead Of J&K Polls
  • 'All Arrangements Put In Place For First Phase Of Polls In J-K'
  • J&K Polls: Record 102 Candidates In Fray For I Phase
  • NC Urges EC To Postpone J&K Polls Due To Snowfall
  • Sibling Rivalry: Farooq, Lone Face Stiff Opposition From Sisters
  • Poll Panel Rules Out Postponement In J&K
  • J&K Govt Clamps Down On Separatists Ahead Of Polls
  • Pak Says It'll Consider Any US Proposal On Kashmir
  • Record 102 Candidates To Fight In 10 J&K Constituencies
  • I Committed Mistakes In The Past: Omar
  • JK Gujjar leaders accuses political parties of ignoring them
  • 862 Rallies Ahead Of Polls In J&K
  • Self-rule Only Workable Solution For Kashmir: Mufti
  • National Conference Leader Escapes Bid On Life
  • Heartbroken Kashmir rebel is now a grocer
  • Kashmir Hopes To Lure Rich Visitors With Return Of Polo
  • BJP Eyes Muslim-dominated Areas In J&K
  • PDF Rules Out Pre-poll Alliance In J-K, To Contest 30 Seats
  • Situation Under Check In Poll-bound J&K, Says Army Chief
  • AJK PM in trouble as tussle reaches presidency
  • Facing US Heat, Pak May Keep Off J&K Polls
  • Kashmir Sneak-in Worry Before Poll
  • Obama rollback on Kashmir?
  • Nationalist forces to emerge stronger in elections: Shanta Kumar
  • Kashmiri Pandits decide to boycott election
  • AJK PM determined to defeat no-trust move
  • Indian Troops Kill 11 Suspected Rebels In Kashmir
  • NC Banks On Abdullah's Charisma And Young Faces
  • Kashmir is a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan: Pranab
  • Kashmir Leader For Change In US Policy Towards Muslim Nations
  • Clinton Envoy Talk Brings Cheer To J&K Separatists
  • BSF Foils Blast Attempt By Militants
  • OIC Secy-Gen Urges India To Release Kashmiri Leaders
  • Separatists Plan March In Srinagar; Police On Alert
  • Undeclared Curfew Continues For 2nd Day In Kashmir
  • Obamas Kashmir talk generates keen interest
  • NC Can Safeguard The Unity And Integrity Of J&K: Omar
  • Curfew-like Situation In Valley Amid Planned Protest
  • Troops Deployed In Kashmir To Scuttle Anti-India Protests
  • Kashmir Trying To Win Back Confidence Of Tourists
  • Obama May Consider Clinton As Kashmir Envoy
  • Valley Hails Obama Victory, Sees 'hope'
  • Election And Kashmir Row Not Linked: Farooq Abdullah
  • Kashmir part of Afghan puzzle
  • Pakistan and India clash over Kashmir at UN
  • Parties In J&K Luring Campaigners, Poll Officials, Candidates!
  • Leh In J-K Gears Up For Assembly Polls
  • Sharma Takes Stock Of Poll Preparations In J&K
  • Indians flay Obama’s comments on Kashmir
  • Ban Ki Moon Rules Out UN Intervention In Kashmir
  • Mirwaiz hails Obama, Moons statements on Kashmir
  • Madani Sent Youths To Pak For Training: Yuva Morcha
  • Total Electorate In J&K Crosses 65 Lakh Mark
  • US should help resolve Kashmir dispute: Obama
  • After Hurriyat, LeT Invites Ban Ki-moon To Kashmir Valley
  • 'Trade Will Fail Like The Bus'
  • JKLF chief Yasin Malik arrested for poll boycott call
  • Autonomy Is The Best Solution: NC
  • Autonomy, Self Rule Unacceptable: Geelani
  • October

  • NC repeats demand of Kashmir autonomy
  • Thousands In Kashmir Enjoy Train Ride
  • UN chief rules out withdrawal of Kashmir observers
  • Recovery may take 10 more years: expert: Quake-hit areas in Kashmir, NWFP
  • New Delhi Shaken By Fresh Revolution In Kashmir: Malik
  • Congress keen to field Soz, Azad
  • Chronology of some recent major bomb blasts
  • India, Pakistan Move Slowly on Resolving Kashmir Dispute
  • Kerala crackdown on peoplewith terrorist links
  • JK election: Filing of nominations yet to pick up
  • Top Hizbul Militant Killed In J&K
  • US-based Kashmiri Group Endorse Obama
  • PDP To Contest J-K Assembly Polls
  • IHC Seeks Details Of Baglihar Dam From Ministries
  • Second Unit Of Baglihar Commissioned
  • India alleges truce violation in Kashmir
  • Former President Musharraf Welcomes Cross-LoC Trade Move
  • 5-point plan recommended to promote trade across LoC
  • President Zardari’s Efforts To Resolve Kashmir Dispute Commendable: Attique
  • Fresh Terror Links To J&K Shocks Kerala Police
  • Yasin Malik engaged to Pakistani girl
  • Nawaz Vows Political, Moral, Diplomatic Support To Kashmiris
  • One Killed As Police Clash With Kashmir Protesters
  • S Asia peace sans Kashmir solution impossible: Qazi
  • Black Day In AJK
  • Course Correction Saves Kashmir Train
  • Two Terrorists Killed In J&K Belong To Kerala
  • AJK president stresses need for opening all routes
  • Election Process Begins In J&K
  • Kashmir shutdown to mark UN day
  • Omar Abdullah Flays Separatists In Kashmir Ahead Of Assembly Polls
  • Yasin Malik Arrested After Anti-election Campaign
  • Opening Of Trade Route Across LoC To Help Resolve Long-standing Kashmir Dispute: Azeem Daultana
  • British Government Welcomes Resumption Of Kashmir Trade Links
  • Indo-Pak Talks On Chenab Water Controversy Begin
  • Omar Kicks Off Election Campaign
  • Restore Telecommunications Links With PaK: Kashmiri Traders
  • Cross-LoC trade gets another route
  • PoK PM Hails Opening Up Of Cross-border Trade
  • Trade To Help Resolve Kashmir issue: Sardar Attique Ahmed
  • Line Of Control Becomes Line Of Commerce
  • Kashmiris Cheer Restored Trade
  • India, Pakistan Resume Kashmir Trade After 60-year Freeze
  • Pakistani team inspects Baglihar dam
  • Pakistan and India to open cross-LoC trade today: Change may help resolve dispute: Mirwaiz
  • UJC rejects polls in held Kashmir
  • Mixed reaction to Kashmir polls
  • Cong welcomes J-K polls,asks parties to shun divisive politics
  • Hurriyat, JKLF Announce Boycott Of J&K Assembly Polls
  • EC Decision Splits Political View In J&K
  • Seven-phase J&K Polls From Nov 17 To Dec 24
  • First ever cultural extravaganza at Leh
  • Discontent Over Indus Treaty
  • Valley's First Train A Runaway Success
  • Ignoring Pak Protest, US General Visits Siachen
  • Experts Believe Revival Of Silk Route Can Bring Peace: Report
  • Pakistan Conveys Concern To US Over Gen Casey Visit To Disputed Kashmir Territory
  • Differences Arise In Cong On J&K Polls
  • 20 Hurt In Fresh Anti-India Protests In Kashmir
  • Intra-Kashmir trade ‘another CBM’
  • Amarnath Row On Mind, ‘deal’ To Lease Out Land To CRPF ‘cancelled’
  • Geelani Undergoes Surgery
  • Pakistan concerned over US general’s Siachen visit
  • US Army Chief To Visit J&K
  • Terrorism Has No Religion: Farooq Abdullah, Amar Singh
  • One Militant Killed, IED Detected In J&K
  • Election Commission Buys More Time On J-K Polls
  • PDP Welcomes EC's Decision On J&K Polls
  • J&K Boycott Threat Scares EC
  • Kashmir Separatists Rejoice Over Poll Delay
  • Indian Conductor Mehta Eyes Kashmir Peace Concert
  • J&K Inqlab Party Launched
  • PoK elders throng Poonch
  • No Decision Yet On J&K Elections
  • AJK, IHK Traders Mull Joint Industrial Ventures
  • Army Foils Third Infiltration Bid In Five Days, Ultra Killed
  • Excitement, Fear Mark Commercial Train Service Launch In J&K
  • Cross-LoC Trade Set To Take Off Despite Hurdles
  • Intra-Kashmir Trade A Big Achievement, To Benefit Kashmiris: FM
  • Grand reception awaits PoK trade delegation in Jammu
  • AJK trade body meets Mirwaiz, Geelani
  • Hurriyat Says 'nothing New' In PM's Offer For Talks
  • 100 Years On, Kashmir Gets Its First Rail Link
  • Kashmir Activists Don't See Guns As The Answer
  • We can make borders irrelevant: PM
  • Two Kashmiris killed in protest against Indian PM
  • PM Opens Baghlihar, Reaches Out To Pak
  • Separatists call shutdown on PM's visit to Kashmir
  • Don’t Presume Silence Of Gun As Solution: Omar To New Delhi
  • Historic Kashmir delegation visit
  • LoC Trampled At Last; AJK Delegation Arrives
  • Cross-LoC trade logistics finalised
  • Hurriyat says it wants dialogue not election
  • Terrorists killed in Kashmir are not from Kerala: Police
  • Two Lashkar Terrorists Killed In Kashmir
  • Huge Money Flows Revitalize Valley Markets
  • JSM Demands Trifurcation Of J&K
  • Kashmiris are not terrorists, they are freedom fighters: Geelani
  • Curfew Lifted In Indian Kashmir
  • Curfew In Kashmir Valley For 2nd Day, No Separatist Rally Held
  • Zardari Backtracks On J&K Terrorists Remark, Says Pak Policy Unchanged
  • Fury over Zardari Kashmir comment
  • Curfew In Indian Kashmir Thwarts Separatist Rally
  • Yasin Malik arrested, curfew in Kashmir Valley
  • Zardari should change his words, says Fazl
  • Zardari's Words On J&K Terrorists A Welcome Step: India
  • Zardari calls militants operating in J&K as terrorists
  • Study favourstrade through 5 LoC points
  • APHC leaders vow to defy rallies ban
  • Protest Ban Imposed In Indian Kashmir
  • Pak Army Reshuffle Suggests Status Quo On Kashmir: Analyst
  • BSF Chief Blames Pakistan For Infiltration
  • India lodges protest with Pak over ceasefire violation
  • 13 Militants, One Jawan Dead In 8-day Operation
  • Infiltration Bid From Pakistan, One Killed
  • Preparations In Full Swing In Kashmir Valley For Cross Border Trade Along LoC
  • Srinagar-Leh Road To Be Closed As Winter Precaution
  • Elections Meaningless With Delimitation
  • Congress For Early Polls In J&K
  • Despite Pak Protest, Army Launches Civilian Trek To Siachen
  • Muslims Celebrate Eid, Pray For Peace In Jammu
  • Zardari Promise Apart, Pak Violates Ceasefire Again
  • Top Rebel Killed, Nine Indian Troopers Hurt In Kashmir
  • September

  • Top Jaish Man Killed: J-K Police
  • Ignoring Pak, Army Launches Civilian Trek To Siachen
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire, BSF Foils Infiltration Bid In J&K
  • India May One Day Lose Kashmir :Abdullah
  • Pak, India Close To Conclude A Pact On Sir Creek: Kasuri
  • Cong Played Major Role In Opening Bus Routes For Trade:Soz
  • Cross-LoC trade may break ice on Kashmir issue
  • ‘Azadi’ Demand Contested By Political Parties
  • Modalities of trade across LoC finalised
  • Eleven Militants, Soldier Killed In Indian Kashmir: Police
  • Pakistan, India asked to maintain truce along LoC
  • Home Ministry asks Army to explain infiltration along LoC
  • Another ‘package’ for Northern Areas in the offing
  • 48 Hrs On, Encounter Continues In J&K
  • Kashmiris protest as Indian PM addresses UN Assembly
  • Manmohan vows to resolve Kashmir issue
  • Cross-LoC trade to boost economy
  • LoC truck service to start from Oct 21
  • India Has Lost Kashmir Battle: Malik
  • Cross-LoC Trade First Step To Economic Independence: Mirwaiz
  • Kashmir Pashmina Gets Geographical Indication
  • Pakistan, India will be encouraged to resolve Kashmir dispute: Obama
  • PDP leader shot dead by militants in J&K
  • LoC Is Line Of Commerce
  • Terror of surrendered militants still haunts Gujjars, Bakerwals in Mahore
  • Let Election Commission decide on Jammu and Kashmir polls: PM
  • LoC Trade Announcement Likely In New York: Report
  • Cross-LoC Trade To Break Indo-Pak Obduracy
  • Kashmiris feel let down by Pakistan: UJC
  • Militant Posters, Jihad Calls Return To Valley
  • Another jawan killed in LoC firing
  • India Accuses Pakistan Of 'serious' Ceasefire Violation
  • All set to trade across the LoC
  • It Is Peaceful Political Movement In Kashmir' Mufti
  • LeT ’spokesperson’ Denies Links With Indian Mujahideen
  • Indian Army Chief Visits Ladakh And Siachen
  • Neelum Valley Residents Ask India To Abandon Kishan Ganga Plan
  • UPA Wants Elections In J&K Before The Onset Of Winter
  • Jawan, Terrorist Killed In Gunbattle Along LoC
  • Another Renegade Group In The Making?
  • Indo-Pak Ties Need To Be 'creatively Re-invented': Zardari
  • Proposed Pak Items Find No Takers In Valley
  • Gun Silencing Order Stands: UJC Chief
  • Jammu Activists Injured In Clash With Police
  • Srinagar’s HMT unit facing crisis; 242 workers given VRS
  • Pak Delegation Refuses To Come For Trade Talks
  • 'Unprovoked' Firing By Pakistan On Indian Troops: Army
  • Twenty Injured In Anti-India Protests In Kashmir
  • Pakistan Committed To Kashmiris’ Self-determination: Zardari
  • Now, It’s Militants Vs Hurriyat
  • UJC Disowns Shadowy Outfits
  • 'Legal Validity Of J&K's Accession Unquestionable'
  • Army Major Booked For J&K 'fake Encounter'
  • Amarnath Land Row Hits Business Ties In J&K
  • Pak May Move World Bank Against India Over Chenab Water
  • Frontline Sukhoi SU-30 jet deployed in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Change Kashmir Policy, Else Pak In Trouble: LeT To Zardari
  • Kashmirs Mineral Wealth Remains Unused
  • Gilani hails OIC support for Kashmiris
  • Maulana Fazl Elected Chairman NA Special Committee For Kashmir Affairs
  • Hizb Militant, 4 Security Personnel Killed In J&K Encounters
  • Consensus on Kashmir: COAS
  • Geelani, Mirwaiz, Malik Meet
  • Unrest Ends Kashmir Tourism Revival
  • Fled Terror-hit Valley, But Death Caught Up
  • Pakistani Business Delegation To Visit Jammu And Kashmir
  • Delhi Blasts Widely Condemned In Kashmir
  • Lashkar Terms Blasts As Un-Islamic
  • OIC Special Representative To Visit Pakistan, AJK
  • Clashes Continue For Second Day In Srinagar
  • J&K May See Fresh Influx Of Bomb-makers
  • Sonia Rejects RSS Demand For Division Of J&K
  • Yasin Malik injured in Srinagar protests
  • Pak nurturing terror in J&K with drug money
  • Two die in new Kashmir protests
  • Pro-independence Protests In Indian Kashmir
  • Bukhari for more travel routes across LoC
  • Parliamentary caucus to be formed on Kashmir
  • Zardari expects breakthrough on Sir Creek, Siachen
  • Three HuJI Terrorists Killed In Encounter In J&K
  • MHA Seeks Time From EC To Decide On J&K Polls
  • Attack on Hindu, Sikh drivers in Valley condemned
  • Soz Discusses Cross-LoC Trade In Delhi
  • Kashmir valley witnesses a peaceful day
  • Zardari Should Change Kashmir Policy: Lashkar Leader
  • Ultras Concentrations Increasing Along Intl Border In J&K: Army
  • Yasin Malik Welcomes Zardari’s Statement; Urges Result Oriented Dialogue
  • Good News On Kashmir Likely Before LS Polls In India: Zardari
  • Kashmir trade unlikely next month
  • Zardari should change Kashmir policy: Lashkar leader
  • Fifty five wounded in Indian Kashmir violence
  • Srinagar Remains Tense, Election Commission To Discuss On J-K Poll Schedule
  • Independence Not A Viable Option For Kashmir : Omar
  • Mirwaiz warns of violent upsurge
  • Police Regrets Killing Of Youth In Nowhatta Area
  • 15 Injured In Fresh Clashes In Kashmir
  • Pakistan For Peaceful Resolution Of Kashmir Issue: Wajid
  • Indian team inspects cross-LoC trade facilities
  • Shutdown Affects Life In Kashmir Valley
  • Troops, protesters clash in Indian Kashmir; 1 dead
  • Call to restore State Subject Rule in N.As
  • Amarnath Samiti Warns Of Fresh Stir If Peace Deal Is Delayed
  • Top Separatists Under House Arrest In Srinagar
  • Army foils infiltration bid, 3 militants shot
  • Now Salahuddin emerges, rallies PoK on Kashmir
  • Tape exposes Mirwaiz-Geelani tension; Tehreek approached Hizb
  • LoC trade: Pakistan for meeting with India “at the earliest”
  • Pakistan Proposes To Host Meeting To Operationalize Cross LoC Intra-Kashmir Trade
  • Kashmir initiative: Opening of trade route to Muzaffarabad
  • Curfew lifted from Kishtwar, Poonch; normalcy returns to Jammu
  • ‘Pakistan, India must get Kashmir out of their way’
  • Kashmiris’ Struggle Cannot Be Suppressed: Mirwaiz
  • Proof Of Terrorist Build-up Along J&K Border
  • Allotment of land to outsiders in N.As opposed
  • 'Restore Autonomy Originally Enjoyed By J&K'
  • Kashmir moves towards normalcy after curfew lifted
  • Can India Rethink Kashmir Policy?
  • Cong Welcomes Amarnath Row Settlement
  • Srinagar: Hurriyat Calls For Peaceful Protests; Curfew Continues
  • Top separatist leaders released in Kashmir
  • August

  • In Kashmir, Conflict's Psychological Legacy
  • Fruit-laden trucks leave Kashmir
  • Curfew reimposed in some places after protests against Amarnath agreement
  • Muslims vow protests as Hindus clinch Kashmir land accord
  • 474 load carriers with essentials reach Valley
  • Trouble in J&K sparks gunbattles along LoC
  • J&K situation not as bad as projected: NSA
  • Kashmir Valley Starts Seventh Day Under Curfew
  • Curfew Relaxed In Several Districts Of Valley, Parts Of Srinagar
  • Army launches combing operation in Jammu
  • The troubled road to trans-LoC trade
  • Talks With Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti Put Off Again; Life Remains Paralysed
  • Pak Rangers Gave Cover Fire For Ultras
  • Terrorists were Lashkar men, say police
  • UN HCHR's comments on J&K 'unwarranted': India
  • US Concerned At Kashmir Tensions, Encourages Pakistan, India To Resolve Issues Peacefully
  • Troops Open Fire In Budgam, Kupwara, 3 More Killed
  • Peaceful Protests In Kashmir Alter Equation For India
  • Threat to Hindus in Valley: RAW
  • Terror holds Jammu family hostage in 17-hr gunbattle
  • Gunfire Across Kashmir Border: Indian Officials
  • Mehbooba Seeks Centre's Help To Curb 'dual Policy' Of JK Gov
  • Infiltrators cross into Jammu and Kashmir from Pakistan
  • Non-stop curfew in Kashmir Valley
  • Plan for march on LoC from both sides
  • Communications Break Down in Kashmir
  • Violence in Jammu too, Samiti puts off talks
  • Police Kill 4 At Rally
  • ‘Civil society alone can find solution to J&K crisis’
  • Huge rallies, total bandh in Jammu *
  • Indian Kashmir troops fire on protesters, 1 dead
  • India arrests leaders in Kashmir
  • J&K Row: Clueless Centre Adds To Chaos
  • Troops Foil Infiltration Bid, Gun Down 7 More Terrorists
  • Should India Let Kashmir Go? 68% Say No
  • 1,200 Ultras Spotted In Camps Along IB, LoC
  • Commander Among 4 Armymen Killed In J&K Encounter
  • Hurriyat, Samiti Ready For Talks
  • Indian Home Minister Refuses To Blame Pakistan For Present Uprising In Kashmir
  • Thousands Mass For Kashmir Separatist Rally, Crying 'freedom'
  • Hurriyat Leader Was Murdered, Not Killed By Police
  • Kashmir Rumbles, Rattling Old Rivals
  • NSA briefs cabinet on Kashmir situation
  • Trans-Kashmir Bus Service Resumes Amid Fresh Protests
  • House Panel For Alternate Route To Kailash Shrine Via Ladakh
  • At least 50 hurt in Jammu violence, mobs go on rampage
  • Narayanan reviews J&K situation
  • Another Ceasefire Violation Along LoC
  • ISI To Exploit Kashmir Unrest: Expert
  • Srinagar Calm After Eight Days Of Shutdown
  • We welcome political support but won’t share platform: Samiti
  • Pak Parliament sets up panel to monitor J&K situation
  • Eyeing Kashmir, India Is Wary About Resignation
  • Kashmiris' movement could again turn into armed struggle: Yasin Malik
  • Thousands court arrest in Jammu over Amarnath land issue
  • Muslim Protest Urges UN To Intervene In Kashmir
  • In Kashmir, Fears Of Increasing Militancy
  • After 20 Days, Valley Opens For Business
  • ‘Musharraf key figure in Pak’s Kashmiri militant project’
  • Kashmir Demonstrators In UN March
  • Centre: no economic blockade of Valley, Pak cashing in on turmoil
  • Firing from across LoC kills jawan
  • Kashmiris gather to pay tribute to slain separatist leader
  • Blame Pak, not India for delaying cross-LoC trade
  • Open cross-LOC road, says Mirwaiz
  • Don't divide J&K in name of religion, PM tells parties
  • Tens of thousands attend parallel I-Day celebrations in Jammu
  • Srinagar ignores I-Day; takes to streets, police open fire
  • War of Words Erupts Between India, Pakistan Over Recent Kashmir Violence
  • Police shoot Kashmiri protester
  • Kishtwar Calm After Communal Riots, Curfew In 3rd Day
  • Centre looks for way out in J&K
  • Musharraf brings up Kashmir in I-Day speech
  • Homes burn as Hindu-Muslim anger grows in Kashmir
  • India's Kashmir Mourns Deaths From Massive Protests
  • Kashmiris Say Protests A 'wake-up' Call For India
  • India slams Pakistan over Kashmir remarks
  • In Jammu’s Kishtwar, Army called out after communal clashes, firing
  • In Valley, mob fury targets J-K Police
  • Five Protesters Killed As Kashmir Violence Escalates
  • Another ceasefire violation on LoC, India retaliates
  • J&K Protests: Cops Say Azad Tied Their Hands
  • Amarnath yatra suspended
  • LoC march blocked, Hurriyat leader among five killed in police firing
  • Truck Drivers Test Volatile Kashmir Valley Border
  • ‘Economic blockade’ focus of talks
  • Trucks With Essentials Arrive Srinagar
  • Militant Commander, Two Civilians Killed In Kashmir Gunbattle
  • APHC Leaders Vow To Cross Into AJK Tomorrow
  • Kashmir: Crisis or Continuity
  • Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti to boycott talks with all-party delegation
  • Curfew restrictions imposed in Jammu, army stages flag march
  • Amarnath Row: Talks In Doubt As Threat Of Boycott Looms Large
  • Situation in Jammu and Kashmir may benefit terrorists: army officer
  • India Slams Pak Senate Resolution On Jammu Situation
  • Shrine Clash Threatens To Tear Kashmir From India
  • 4,500 Army troops sent to Jammu
  • BJP to launch countrywide agitation on Amarnath land issue
  • Islamabad Meet On Kashmir Issue Begins Today; APHC Skips
  • Three Hurt As Police Defuse Bomb On Kashmir Airport Road
  • LoC posts under fire again: Army
  • Separatist sponsored shutdown cripples life in Kashmir
  • One Killed In Jammu Firing
  • Vohra Appoints Four-member Panel To Resolve Amarnath Row
  • Meanwhile, in Jammu, an all-party protest: Cong, NC, PDP join the crowd
  • PM to tell all parties today: Jammu versus Kashmir will help our enemy
  • Efforts on to bring normalcy in Jammu & Kashmir: Govt
  • Police, Protesters Clash As Fury Erupts In Indian Kashmir
  • LoC Residents Plunged Into Despair Again
  • Life In The Time Of Curfew, Shutdowns And Rallies
  • Three killed in Kashmir protests
  • Hindu-Muslim Tensions Worsen In Indian Kashmir
  • Jammu fires spread, Cong reaches out to BJP: help us defuse crisis
  • 33 days, Jammu still burns
  • ‘Undeclared Emergency’ In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Amarnath Stir Snowballs; Curfew Clamped On Two More Districts
  • India planning to attack Neelum Valley: Sultan
  • JKLF to oppose N.As as fifth province
  • Jammu Violence Deadlier Than Militancy: Beig
  • Army Called Out In Kashmir Religious Protests
  • Azad Kashmir elections rigged: JI
  • India-Pakistan clashes bring fear to Kashmir villages
  • Pakistan Can Use Third Option To Resolve Issue Of Kishanganga Hydro-electric Project
  • Police Kill 2 Hindu Protesters In Kashmir
  • July

  • Shrine Talks End, No Resolution In Sight.
  • Pakistan, Indian Foreign Ministers Meet in Effort to Ease Tensions Over Kashmir
  • 'Kashmir talks' held in Colombo
  • Fear Returns To Kashmir Frontier Amid Ceasefire Violations
  • Farooq Siddiqi Warns Fundamentalist Forces
  • Vohra stresses on need for better road connectivity in J&K
  • Talks On To Resolve Amarnath Land Row
  • Firing again on Line of Control
  • Economic Blockade Threat Draws Flak
  • Ceasefire violation unfortunate: Pranab
  • Skirmish ends on LoC, flag meeting held
  • Indian Army Accuses Pakistan Of 'serious' Ceasefire Violation
  • Muzaffarabad shut to mourn trader’s killing
  • Protestors Defy Curfew In Jammu Again
  • Pak funding Mujahideen in Kashmir is counterproductive: Obama
  • Sporadic Clashes Continue On Kashmir Border: Indian Army
  • Valley Traders Pessimistic On Cross LOC Trade
  • Stones Pelted At Mehbooba Mufti's Delhi Residence
  • Police Arrest Leaders To Stifle Amarnath Land Row
  • Amarnath Land Row, A Conspiracy By Hindu, Muslim Hardliners, Says Azad
  • Police arrests top saffron leaders in curfew-hit Jammu
  • RAF again called out as violence flares up
  • Talks continue on Kishanganga hydro-electric project
  • Another Ceasefire Violation By Pak Troops In Kashmir
  • Pakistan-India talks are like two sides talking to a brick wall
  • PDP Hindered Progress In J&K, Says Azad
  • Migrants targeted in J&K, 5 killed in blast
  • India decides to go ahead with Kishanganga project
  • Five of family killed in grenade blast in Srinagar
  • Army Holds Flag March In Jammu
  • Valley Outraged At Batmaloo Blast
  • Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti Today Calls For Jammu Shutdown
  • Former Hizb Guerrilla, Three Of His Family Massacred
  • JKLF Terms Omar, Mehbooba’s Speeches As ‘deceitful’
  • Is It Rahul-Omar Accord This Time?
  • Kashmiri Women Activists Protest Against Human Rights Violation
  • Amarnath yatra crosses 5 lakh record mark
  • Kashmiris protest violence by militants
  • Pakistan Dismayed Over Indian Attitude
  • Elections Will Be Held In J&K On Schedule: Antony
  • Kashmir solution imperative: Musharraf
  • Kashmir-related CBMs Endorsed By Pak-India Talks
  • ‘J&K Blast Aimed To Destroy Tourism’
  • Police foil LeT bid to attack pilgrims
  • Militants tonsure girls in J&K
  • Amidst peace talks, LoC truce disintegrates
  • Rebels Killed In Kashmir After Pilgrims Targeted: Police
  • Army officer among 6 killed in India Kashmir clashes
  • After 20 Years Of Getting Killed, Kashmir Is Suicide Hotspot.
  • Encounter On In J&K: Army Major Killed, 4 Wounded
  • Army Foils Infiltration Bid In Kashmir
  • Nine Indian soldiers killed in Kashmir explosion
  • Pakistan Army Violates LoC Truce 3 Times In Single Day
  • 42 injured in grenade blast
  • Militants fire at forward post, jawan injured
  • Pakistan, India Hold New Round Of Peace Talks
  • Business Of Death Runs Into Bad Days.
  • Most Pakistanis, Indians Flexible On Kashmir: Opinion Poll In Subcontinent
  • Grave Of Militant Turned Into Shrine In Rajouri
  • LeT Module Involved In Grenade Attacks Busted
  • Kashmir Gujjars Go Rajasthan Way
  • A town square, a story of changing Kashmir
  • Army officer washed away in flash floods in J&K
  • Three Killed, 14 Hurt In Kashmir Clash
  • Amarnath Lingam Melts Completely
  • Azad Remark Puts Spotlight On Govt's Failure To Choke Terror Funds
  • Jammu and Kashmir gujjars demand minority status
  • Kashmiri Youth In TN Gets Life For 'Waging War On India'
  • Foreign Office Urges Caution As Kashmir Tries To Lure Back Tourists
  • Salahuddin's close aide arrested: Kashmir police
  • Unification Process Of APHC Factions Is Being Closely Watched' Jihad Council
  • Amarnath Row Costs J&K Rs600 Cr
  • No Land Was Taken Or Returned: Vohra
  • Mirwaiz Seeks Apology From Pro-India Parties
  • After Amarnath Violence, Ulema Make Peace Bid
  • Azad: Pak, Saudi Funds Used In Amarnath Stir
  • Amarnath Row: Congress To Launch Counter-offensive
  • Vohra Shakes Up Administration
  • Indo-Pak Talks On Kashmir-related CBMs On Jul 18
  • Pakistan for “out-of-the-box” solution to Kashmir issue
  • British Diplomat In 'banned' Kashmir
  • India Failed To Put Terrorist Label On Kashmir’s Struggle: Salahuddin
  • At UPA Meet, PDP Assures Support To Cong
  • Indian Army Accuses Pakistan Of Helping Insurgents
  • Unprovoked firing by India on LoC: Pakistan
  • Azam Inqilabi Warns India For New Phase Of Militancy In Kashmir
  • NC Kashmiris’ Primary Enemy: Geelani
  • Governor’s Rule Imposed In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Hurriyat Unity Hits Roadblock
  • European Parliament To Debate Kashmir ‘mass Graves’
  • IUML must recall Ahamed, says PDP leader
  • Former RAW Chief Says Omar Will Be Next CM
  • Build ‘Amarnath House’ on lines of ‘Haj House:’ Thackeray
  • Hurriyat Pours Scorn At Azad’s Assembly Speech
  • Governor’s Rule In JK Imminent
  • Political Crisis Could Mark Generational Shift In NC, PDP
  • Focus Shifts To Raj Bhawan, J & K Heads For Governor's Rule
  • Two Protestors Die As Jammu Simmers In Anger
  • Azad hits out at communal forces
  • Ghulam Nabi Azad resigns
  • Economic blockade enforced by Hindu groups
  • Kashmiri Pandits barge into Soz house
  • PM Calls Mufti
  • Ghulam Nabi Azad to resign
  • Kashmir Shrine Fire Sparks Protest
  • Kashmir Observes Strike Over Assualt On APHC Leaders
  • ‘No accession to Pakistan if Kashmir policy not changed’
  • Nawaz Too Responsible For Kargil War: Zardari
  • Azad Faces An Arithmetical Puzzle To Save His Government
  • Entire Udhampur PDP unit resigns from party
  • Jammu peaceful, but curfew stays
  • 5 Indian Soldiers Die In Fighting In Kashmir
  • Azad stays firm on cancellation Govt more capable of managing yatra
  • BJP bandh call hits Delhi markets
  • 4 killed in Indore as bandh over J&K land row turns violent
  • Army stages flag march in Jammu
  • Women among 14 yatris beaten-up at Banihal
  • 'Kashmiris May Have Joined Al Qaeda'
  • Congress Hails ‘Azad’s Decision’
  • Shrine ruling prompts Jammu ire
  • Pro-Pakistan Kashmir Has Centre Clueless
  • Army Says 7 Rebels, 1 Soldier Killed In Clashes
  • Kashmir shrine land order revoked
  • Indian Kashmir Separatists Detained To Avert More Protests
  • June

  • Congress blames S.K. Sinha
  • Rally shows solidarity with Kashmiris in held valley
  • Prove majority by July 7, Azad told
  • Centre Against Revoking Order
  • Patil Discusses Kashmir With PM
  • Kashmiri Pandits Join Protest Over Amarnath Land Row
  • Amarnath Board Gives Up Land Claim
  • Row Over Land To Hindus Fails To Die Down In Indian Kashmir
  • Crisis In J&K As PDP Pulls Out
  • Kashmir parties communalising situation for vote bank politics: BJP
  • PDP pulls out of J&K government
  • Yasin Malik among 50 injured in unabated Kashmir violence
  • Indian, Pakistani Foreign Ministers Pledge to Promote Peace
  • Asif Ali Zardari Backs Manmohan Singh On Kashmir
  • Zardari Backs Kashmir Autonomy Sans Defence, Foreign Affairs
  • Growing Kashmir Protests Over Land To Hindus
  • Tormented By Violence, Kashmir Suffering From Scars Unseen
  • Musharraf’s Policies Harmed Kashmir Issue, Says Sharif
  • Pak PM assures concrete steps for development of Northern Areas
  • US Wants Kashmir Process Of Progress To Continue
  • We Are Not Against Pilgrims, Says Geelani
  • Amarnath Row: Kashmiri Pandits Seek PM's Intervention
  • Kashmir Youth Move On From Militancy
  • Two Dead As Riots Escalate In Held Kashmir
  • APHC Team Meets Musharraf
  • National Highway blocked at Nagrota against politicising allotment of land to SASB
  • Land Transfer Singes Kashmir
  • Mirwaiz Meets Salahuddin
  • Kashmir Pandits To Return Valley In Phased Manner
  • Gilani, Zardari assure APHC leaders of support on Kashmir
  • Yasin Malik threatens fast over land issue
  • 12 Injured In Kashmir Religious Riots: Police, Doctors
  • Ten Killed In Weekend Gunbattle In Indian Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Language Gasps For Breath
  • Pakistan To Consult Kashmiri Leaders Before Start Of Next Round Of Talks With India: FM
  • Green Houses To Double Walnut Production In J- K
  • LoC Should Become 'Line Of Commerce': Atique
  • Indian Troops Kill Four Cross-border Rebels In Kashmir
  • Talks should begin in Valley, says Mirwaiz: APHC delegation arrives
  • Cancel Land Transfer To Amarnath Board: Mufti
  • Battle of radio programmes on LoC
  • One Thousand Militants Active In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Police Teargas Protesters Opposing Help To Hindu Pilgrims
  • Government Land For Amarnath Shrine Board Leads To Violence In J-K
  • 4 Soldiers Of Pakistan Army Embrace Shahadat In Firing Near LoC
  • Militants stall J&K infrastructure projects
  • J&K Floats Global Tender For 690 Mw Rattle Power Project
  • Pakistan Back To Singing Old UNSC Tune For Resolving Kashmir Issue
  • Antony Visits LoC In Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Qaida, Taliban Recruits In J&K
  • Governor & Jawans Cheer Pak Film
  • OIC Contact Group On Kashmir Meets In Uganda
  • India Tightens Security For Hindu Pilgrimage In Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Polls To Be Free And Fair: Antony
  • Registration Of Pandits Willing To Return To Kashmir Starts
  • Yasin Malik: 1.5m signatures, 141 days on
  • Kashmir Readies For 200,000 Amarnath Pilgrims
  • Pakistan PM Reaffirms Support To Kashmir Cause
  • Protests In Indian Kashmir Over Help To Hindu Pilgrims
  • Call to restore NAs’ historic name
  • Article 370 root cause of terrorism, unemployment: Rajnath
  • Kashmir Leader To Attend Berlin Summit On Cross-border Cooperation
  • Independence of judiciary in AJK demanded
  • Panic looms over Gojal area after glacier burst
  • Militants fire grenade at J&K secretariat
  • Better Indo-Pak relations imperative for peace, development: Soz
  • Indian minister warns Kashmir violence could worsen
  • Amarnath Board Takes The Sufi Route
  • Tehreek Cautions Bureaucrats
  • Over Rs697m fixed for 4 hydropower projects in AJK
  • Nawaz approved Kargil ‘misadventure’: new book
  • Four Indian soldiers killed in Kashmir ambush
  • Secret skirmishes scar LoC
  • Kashmiri Pandits Feel Safe, Return Home
  • Javed Mir Protests Against Transfer Of Forest-land
  • J&K Govt Wants Amarnath Yatra Cut Short
  • N. Areas to boycott Shandur festival
  • Fuel protests spread in Kashmir
  • Khir Bhawani festival reunites Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims
  • Tears Flow As Hindu Refugees Pray At Abandoned Kashmir Shrine
  • N.N. Vohra to be new Governor of J&K
  • Sharif 'vindicated' By Kiani's Kargil Secret
  • About 1.8 Mn Voter Cards To Be Checked In Jammu And Kashmir
  • ‘Transfer Of Forestland Aimed To Change JK’s Character’
  • Transporters Strike Again: Fuel Hike Paralyses Life In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Leaders Sympathise With Afzal's Anguish
  • Kashmir festival in London and New York
  • Two Killed As Army Foils Infiltration Bid
  • Tao Cafe Of Kashmiri Militancy
  • Desperate Afzal Wants Advani To 'Hang Him'
  • Not So Fast
  • Pakistani Movie Fails To Revive Srinagar Cinema
  • Huge Response To Army Recruitment In Terror-hit Areas
  • India To Expedite Work On Kishanganga Water Project In IHK
  • Joint venture project to generate 2,100 MW in J&K
  • Longest Bridge In Kashmir Valley Ready
  • 'Pakistan Army's Support Must To Resolve Kashmir Issue'
  • Mehbooba re-elected PDP president
  • Bollywood role for Kashmir leader
  • New Delhi Holds Out An Olive Branch To Kashmir Separatists
  • Paswan asks PM to act on missing persons in J&K
  • Central funds not benefiting us, say J-K small fruit growers
  • Plot to kill Dera Sacha Sauda chief foiled in J&K
  • Mirwaiz To Lead APHC Delegation To Pakistan
  • Peace process has become irreversible: Baig
  • International Flights Would Operate Soon From Srinagar: Azad
  • J&K Govt Ordered To Pay Rs 2 Lakh Relief To Families Affected By Army Firing
  • J-K Police foil bid to kill Dera chiefs; three arrested
  • Gilani assures support to AJK govt
  • Now, suicides stalk J&K
  • ‘Sharif offered to back Kargil intrusion only if it succeeds’
  • Geelani stopped from joining Golden Temple function
  • I Was Kept In Dark About Kargil Operation: Nawaz Sharif
  • Army Claims Ulfa Links With Kashmir
  • Refugees Front Launches Hunger Strike In J&K
  • Steps Being Taken To Safeguard Rock Carvings In Northern Areas: Sherry Rehman
  • House Full Sign Greets Visitors To Kashmir
  • Govt Not Serious To Finalize Trans-LoC Trade: FCIK
  • Assembly Election After Sept: Azad
  • AJK President Welcomes Indo Pak Negotiations
  • May

  • Pakistan, India to allow dam inspections
  • India reopens airbase
  • State Gurjars support brethren in Rajasthan
  • Clinging To Hope In Kashmir
  • Geelani Protests Against Alcohol Sales In Kashmir
  • Militants Attack CRPF Battalion In J&K
  • Hurriyat makes its travel plan
  • Justice Gilani contests AJK CJ claim over seniority
  • Kashmir Governor For EU Model Union In South Asia
  • Pakistan Not Keen On Cross-border Trade: Ghulam Nabi Azad
  • ‘Party of exiles’ eyes the coming Kashmir polls
  • Saeed our man, has nothing to do with LeT: Jama’t-ud-Da’wah
  • New relief policy on anvil for victims of militancy in J&K
  • First J-K woman militant killed in encounter: cops
  • Internal power-sharing, open borders solution to Kashmir
  • Instability in Pakistan damaging Kashmir struggle: AJK minister
  • Environment Committee for all out conservation drive in J-K
  • Women outnumber men in J&K voter lists, inquiry ordered
  • J&K HC Quashes Detention Order Of Senior Hurriyat Leader Under Public Safety Act
  • Judicial crisis spills over to Azad Kashmir
  • ‘Pakistan Must Apologise If Reasons For Truce Violation Invalid’
  • Infiltration Kills Kashmir Handicraft Sector
  • Building a future of hope for J&K a collective endeavour: President
  • Parliamentary team inspects border facilities in Jammu
  • NC aims to serve as a bridge between India-Pakistan
  • Kashmir Rocks To The Beat Of Peace
  • Geelani Flays Junoon Visit To Valley
  • Junoon band enthrals Srinagar
  • President mesmerised by Gulmarg beauty
  • Indo-Pak Ties To Further Improve: Gilani
  • Easing Visa Restrictions, Trade With India Unwise: Nizami
  • Kashmir Capital Shuts To Protest Indian President's Visit
  • Smart Fences For J&K Airbases
  • No Progress In Hurriyat Unity Efforts
  • JKLF To Exhibit Freedom March In Pakistan
  • President in Srinagar, begins LoC visit
  • 223 Security Men Punished For Human Rights Violations In J-K
  • 'Pak Firing On LoC May Have Been Due To Misunderstanding'
  • President on 5-day visit to State from today
  • Govt urged to stop Junoon’s Srinagar performance
  • Kashmiri separatists vow to protest alcohol sales
  • Dubai Firm To Invest $500 Mn In Kashmir Tourism
  • Kashmir: Pakistan open to “innovative ideas”
  • Flag meeting held over LoC firing
  • Use dialogue to move forward on Kashmir: Zardari
  • India, Pakistan Talks 'Narrow' Kashmir Differences, Menon Says
  • India not serious about resolving Kashmir dispute: Barrister Sultan
  • Kashmiris to gain nothing from talks: UJC leader
  • Indo-Pak talks tomorrow: More cross-LoC bus services on agenda
  • What went wrong in Kashmir
  • Pakistan Army denies shooting Indian soldier across LoC
  • Jawan killed in LoC firing, India protests ahead of Pak talks
  • Slain militant's wife held in Doda
  • Borders block 104 year old civilian's meet with daughters
  • J&K CM Takes Shot At Terrorists, Says Bullets Only Way For Peace
  • Kashmir issue ripe for solution, says Bush: Gilani assured of help to fight poverty
  • Foreign Minister Meets Kashmiri Leaders
  • Preserving ecology during Amarnath yatra top on agenda: Sinha
  • Indian soldiers shoot six rebels dead in Kashmir
  • CBMs making LoC irrelevant will resolve Kashmir issue: FM
  • 1000 Addl Troops To Be Deployed On IB: DG BSF
  • Infiltration bid in J&K foiled, militant killed
  • India Deploys 5,000 More Troops On LoC
  • As violence ebbs, Kashmiris shyly take to alcohol
  • J-K peace bus being used to get money for militants: Army
  • LoC firing: Army shows photographic proof to Pak
  • US encourages dialogue on Kashmir
  • Kashmiri group in UK launches new party
  • India-Pakistan Tensions Renew Over Kashmir
  • Rivals row over Kashmir ceasefire
  • Pakistan denies Indian charge of LoC truce violation
  • Firing at Line of Control again, Manmohan calls it ‘worrisome’
  • Gupta sees direct Pak hand in Samba intrusion
  • Two Troopers Killed By Militants In Kashmir
  • India, Pak Should Given Up Confrontational Approach On Kashmir
  • Govt Fears Surge In Infiltration
  • Bandh hits normal life in Jammu
  • One more killed in Samba, BSF admits militants infiltration
  • Azad hopeful of Pak help to curb infiltration
  • 'Bullet for bullet' policy will not lead to peace in JK: Mufti
  • IB Blames 'slack' BSF For Infiltration
  • Militancy takes toll of 9 journalists
  • Samba Encounter Does Not Augur Well For Peace In JK: Abdullah
  • Militants sneak into Samba, kill six before being gunned down
  • India, Pakistan Enjoy Best Ever Relations: J&K Gov
  • Army: 6 Killed In Clashes With Militants In Indian Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Leaders Hail Pakistani Leader's 'No War' Statement
  • Proposals On Kashmir Half-baked: Gilani
  • Peace imperative for KPs' return: Farooq
  • Pak Says It Does Not Want Another War On Kashmir
  • BSF foils infiltration bid in J&K
  • More entry points on LoC being opened: AJK PM
  • Militant hideout busted, arms recovered
  • Jamiat to hold anti-terror conclave
  • Has War Worn Itself Out In Kashmir?
  • 36 Dead In Indian Kashmir Bus Plunge: Official
  • Former Kashmir Minister Launches New Political Party
  • Hail Zardari's KashmirSpeak
  • Kashmir’s Waning Jihad
  • Bhutto Buried Kashmir Cause In Shimla: Azam Inquilabi
  • Azad’s ‘zero Custodial Death’ Claim Angers Pro-India, Pro-freedom Camp
  • Sex scandal: J&K CM for action against Jammu MLA
  • Zardari’s envoy attends Delhi conference: Kashmiris demand truth, reconciliation commission
  • BNF demands self-rule for Gilgit-Baltistan
  • Azad promises free and fair polls in J&K
  • Kashmir Legislator Defends Visit To Families Of Slain Guerrillas
  • Militants Waiting To Enter Country: BSF
  • ‘Free movement across LoC central part of May 21 talks with Pakistan’
  • Security Forces, Police Under Supreme Court Scanner In J&K
  • Congress MP Charges J&K Speaker With Involvement In Sex Scandal
  • Government Denies Security To Pandit Leaders
  • Early Polls In Jammu And Kashmir Unlikely
  • Army Says Succeeded In Combating Insurgency In Kashmir
  • ‘Musharraf Wanted To Take Over Srinagar’
  • Army To Hold Seminar On Human Rights In Kashmir
  • Secular Front asks Govt to honour package for migrants
  • Special tourist train to chug through Kashmir
  • Jobs-for-sex Scandal Unearthed In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Jihad in final stage, says Salahuddin
  • Benazir and Musharraf had different Kargil recollections
  • Protest over civilian's killing
  • 209 Pandits Killed In 18 Years
  • Prof Punjabi proposes Shamim Memorial lecture
  • 23 labourers feared dead in landslide
  • April

  • Chief of rebel group killed in Indian Kashmir-police
  • Gillani: Pak wants result-oriented talks on Kashmir
  • Pakistani PM calls for trade between divided parts of Kashmir
  • Provincial status sought for Gilgit, Baltistan
  • Militant Funding: JK Bank Official Held
  • 'Around 1,200 Terrorists Active In J&K'
  • India Wants Return Of Displaced Kashmiri Hindus
  • Two decades on, no end to Kashmir's judicial tragedy
  • No Early Resumption Of Dialogue With Kashmiri Separatists
  • Pakistan Must Respond Positively To Kashmir Specific Confidence Building Measure
  • People Want Me To Solve Kashmir Quickly: Zardari
  • Minister seeks special package for jobless in J&K
  • Blasts At LeT Ammo Depot Nail Pak Lies
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Finance Chief Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Pak Militants Acquire Voter Cards In Kashmir
  • Pakistani Refugees In Kashmir Demand Rehabilitation Package
  • Cable Operators Call Off Strike
  • Kashmiris sceptical of Manmohan Singh relief package
  • Militant Outfits Active In J&K Re-grouping In Pakistan
  • All help for J&K development, says Manmohan
  • India Proposes To Liberaize Entry Permit System Across LoC
  • Four Islamic Rebels Shot Dead In Indian Kashmir: Police
  • Hoping for Kashmiri Pandit homecoming to the Valley, PM offers a Rs 1600-cr package
  • J&K heads for elections this year, Hurriyat chief for Harvard
  • Two Lashker Militants Killed In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Cable Operators Block Indian, International Channels
  • Prime Minister On 2-day Visit To Jammu
  • Elections ahead, J&K offers 70,000 jobs for youth in next 60 days
  • Gujjars demand economic, political packages
  • Kashmir Shrine Attracts Devotees, Offerings Over Rumour
  • CPI (M) Silent On Its Kashmir Stand
  • Indian court bans Pakistani channels in IHK
  • Militants meet in PoK again, vow to pursue jihad in J-K
  • PDP, NC Locked In War Of Words
  • Salahuddin Slams Musharraf Over Concessions To India On Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Plans To Penalise Baglihar Contractors
  • Guns Will Roar Till Tripartite Talks: UJC
  • 3 Years On, LoC Bus Means Little To Kashmiris
  • Internal Security Situation Of Country Stable: Report
  • Youth In Kashmir Ready To Go For Prosperity – No Matter What Hizb Say Their Days Are Numbered
  • Salahuddin Seeks Review Of Kashmir Policy
  • CPM Cites Kashmir To Defend China On Tibet, Forgets Beijing’s Illegal Occupation Of J&K Tract
  • Dual Currency Idea Not A Poll Stunt, Says Sayeed
  • Kaira to take oath as Northern Areas chairman
  • Insistence on Kashmir will do Pakistan no good: Advani
  • Soz To Take Up Nameless Graves With Antony
  • Anti-India Rhetorics In J&K Poll Campaign
  • Kashmir To Make A Comeback In Indian Cinema
  • Kashmir To See “Unbelievable” CBMs: Soz
  • PDP faces more rows over self-rule plan
  • Labour Party To Be Forced Not To Support India: Sultan
  • AJK police in pitiable condition for want of funds
  • Pak Currency Issue PDP’s Poll Stunt: Omar
  • Mufti’s Pak Currency Demand Finds Takers In Hurriyat (M)
  • Centre approves plan to save Kashmiri deer
  • Natural Disasters, Mily Action Displaced Millions
  • 'Kashmiri Muslims Keen For Pandits' Return To Valley'
  • Gloomy Trends Disappoint Tourism Industry In Kashmir Valley
  • Violence Declining In Kashmir For The Past 18 Months
  • Plea to link India UNSC seat to Kashmir
  • Srinagar-Leh Highway opens to traffic, first time in mid-April
  • Mufti's Joint Currency Draws Joint Flak
  • BSF To Hold Recruitment Rally In Kashmir
  • Jammu, Srinagar Can Come Closer By 82 Km: Report
  • Mufti says allow Pak currency in Kashmir
  • Pakistan seeks peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue, says PM
  • Kaira to be sworn in as NAs chairman today
  • Chinese help for dam in AJK spurs India response
  • Omar holds 8,000-strong rally in Geelani village
  • Kashmir Woman Separatist Group Labeled As Militant Group
  • Kashmir Should Be Declared Nuclear-free, Says Attique
  • Kashmir be converted into free trade area: Mehbooba
  • Mehbooba Says Her Govt Released Geelani, Malik
  • Hizb's Chilling Plans To Strike Revealed
  • Jihad On Corruption Not Backed By Govt Action
  • Kashmir To Rebrand Itself As A Golf Destination
  • Put J&K power projects on fast track: Soz
  • Former Valley militants turn to Indian Govt for relief
  • NC-PDP Diatribe Continues NC Asks PDP To Apologize Its ‘misdeeds’
  • Clarity sought on Pakistan’s Kashmir policy: report
  • Kashmir's Key Militant Group Suffers Casualties
  • Former Militant Commanders Launch Political Organisation
  • In Kashmir Parties Cross 'forbidden' Territories
  • Discussion On Kashmir Part Of Composite Dialogue Process: FO
  • Tourists Throng Srinagar’s Tulip Garden
  • JKNPP for referendum in PoK, Gilgit
  • Hold elections under Governors rule, join poll: Bhim to Hurriyat
  • Hizbul gets another jolt, four top commanders killed in J&K
  • Panun Kashmir asks Centre to clear stand on 'dual control'
  • Mehbooba in Pak: J&K, PoK Assemblies be converted into Regional Council
  • Alert sounded after taxi hijacked by gunmen in J&K
  • EU, Kashmir Alliance To Discuss Gilgit And Baltistan Rights Violations
  • Top Afghan Minister To Visit J&K
  • Kashmir Says Come On In, The Tee Times Are Safe
  • Kashmiri refugees denied property ownership rights in Pakistan
  • Hurriyat protests against rights violations
  • Abdullah For People To People Contact Across LoC
  • 3 rail projects in J&K on Railways top priority: Lalu
  • NC Blushes As Advani Reveals His K-card
  • Amnesty Urges India To Probe Unmarked Kashmir Graves
  • Sonia To Kick-start Election Campaign With Women Rally In JK
  • Fazls bid for Kashmir Committee raises eyebrows
  • Pakistan firm on its ‘historic stand’ on Kashmir issue: FM
  • Police, separatists clash in Srinagar
  • Bodies of missing cops found with throats slit
  • Hike in rentals for land hired by armed forces in J&K
  • Kashmir Shuts Down To Protest Plight Of Detainees
  • Mufti As Guilty As Abdullah On Salahuddin, Should Apologise: Omar
  • Nine railway stations to come up in Kashmir Valley
  • India’s Kashmiri General Inspires Youth From State
  • Major Setback For Hizbul Rebel Group As Top Leader Is Arrested
  • Mehbooba had one regret: Benazir was not there
  • Pakistan For Better Ties, ‘just’ Resolution Of Kashmir
  • Army Gets First Muslim Major General From Kashmir
  • ‘Ethnic Division Not Acceptable To Kashmiris’
  • Five Indians face arrest for fake encounter
  • J&K fast emerging as popular tourist destination: Azad
  • IED blast in Pulwama district, J&K
  • Terrorists Turning High-tech In Kashmir
  • New govt better follow Musharraf: Mehbooba: Kashmir peace process
  • Hizb ultra arrested after killing 28 soldiers, civilians
  • March

  • Militants Holed Up In Kashmir Mosque
  • Salahuddin rejects Kashmir’s partition
  • Hizbul Mujahideen to review armed struggle if India agrees to tripartite talks
  • Salahuddin Toes Hard-line Once Again
  • Kashmir Calm Brings Ray Of Hope For Undertaker
  • In Pakistan, Mehbooba, Omar oppose putting Kashmir on backburner
  • Mehbooba’s Formula For Peace In Kashmir
  • Sonia Gandhi calls for push to peace process in Kashmir
  • Omar Abdullah Opposes Keeping Kashmir Issue In 'deep Freeze'
  • Zardari’s Overtures To PDP Ruffle Valley Separatists
  • Mass graves in Kashmir raise rights violation stink
  • Drug Cartels Using JK As Transit Point
  • Zardari: we intend to solve Kashmir problem
  • Fresh elections in Azad Kashmir sought
  • Hopes for Kashmir rekindled: Mehbooba
  • Kashmir Violence Claims Four More Lives
  • Mufti Underlines Need To Accelerate Peace Process
  • Srinagar Revives Spring Tradition After 27 Yrs
  • Level Of Violence In Kashmir Dips
  • Farooq for KPs' return, rehabilitation
  • ‘Delhi Fearing Chinese Interference In Kashmir’, Farooq Abdullah
  • Tibetan Exiles In Indian Kashmir Protest Chinese Crackdown
  • Azad Urges Gilani To Revive Peace Process With New Delhi
  • Hounded In Home, Kashmiri Youth Make Their Mark In Delhi
  • Kashmir CM Welcomes Return Of Popular Govt In Pak
  • Advani Misrepresented Facts: Farooq Abdullah
  • Money Before Azadi For Lawyers
  • Civilian Killings Down By 50 % In JK: Report
  • Advani’s Autobiography Stirs Hornet’s Nest In Kashmir
  • J&K Bank To Digitise Rare Manuscripts In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Another quake may hit Kashmir, says expert
  • Militants Kill Village Headman In Jammu And Kashmir
  • 4 cops, LeT commander killed in gunbattle
  • PDP covering up its misdeeds: Omar
  • India will never agree to tripartite talks on Kashmir, says Advani
  • Azad Hopes Peace Blooms Into Friendship
  • Chairman LC held hostage for one hour as 20 injured in PDP-NC clash in Budgam
  • Tibetans, Pandits victims of genocide, exodus: PK
  • Ex-militants help spread literacy in hamlet
  • Mirwaiz: poll no substitute to resolution
  • Two Children Killed By Grenade In Indian Kashmir: Police
  • Hindu Temple Opened In Kashmir After 18 Yrs
  • MoU For Gas Pipeline To Kashmir Being Finalised
  • Kashmir bomb blast victim dies
  • BRO completes longest bridge in J&K
  • Life may be beginning to return to normal in Kashmir
  • Srinagar International Airport To Be Opened By May 31
  • Displaced Kashmiri Pandits Stage Demonstration Against Yasin Malik
  • Blast breaks 6-month lull in Srinagar: one killed
  • 24 Hurt In Bomb Attack In Indian Kashmir: Police, Doctors
  • Former AJK Minister Shot Dead In Mirpur
  • Infiltration Into Kashmir At All-time Low: India
  • J-K SEZs in trouble, Centre says no to relaxing land norm
  • Kashmir lawyers go on strike
  • Sultan urges EU to ensure Kashmiris inclusion in talks
  • J&K literacy rate on the rise
  • Tarigami hints at re-alignment, emergence of Third Front
  • Jairam hopeful of cross-LoC trade in 90 days
  • 'He led from the front, even when he didn’t have to'
  • Lt Colonel, Lashkar Valley chief killed in gunbattle
  • ‘Elections Soul Of Freedom’, says G.M.Shah
  • Valley to have longest tunnel in rail network
  • Keep Off JK: India Tells OIC
  • ‘Sobhraj of J&K’ joins PDP, Mehbooba ‘not aware’
  • Mehbooba seeks 6 years governance for PDP
  • Mir Expects Pro-freedom Groups To Join His 3rd Front
  • Pakistan, India Should Expedite Peace Process, Says Yasin Malik
  • Paddar sapphire mines to get security grid
  • PDP’s First: Mehbooba Visiting Pak
  • Government’s Job Promise In Kashmir Ruffles Opposition
  • India Lost Chance To Resolve Kashmir Issue: Mushahid
  • PDP, Congress hear bias on Radio Kashmir
  • Coalition’s Divisive Policies Threat To State’s Unity: Omar
  • Indian tour operators discouraging tourism in Held Kashmir
  • JAC raps critics of Asma’s UN role
  • Muslims Gather For Hindu Woman's Last Rites In J-K
  • Record Number Of Tourists Expected In Kashmir In 2008
  • OIC finds fault with India on Kashmir: FO
  • Gen Kayani reaffirms commitment to Kashmir cause
  • Third Front will emerge shortly in J&K: Mir
  • Saifuddin Soz Says Indo-Pak Foreign Secy-level Talks Can't Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • Abused Kashmir On US Radar
  • Delhi Not Serious On Kashmir: Farooq
  • Muftis Have Defaced PDP, Says Party MLA
  • Black Flag Movement In Full Swing In AJK
  • Tahir seeks arrest of MLAs for humiliation in AJK Assembly
  • Two top Hizbul comdrs surrender in Reasi
  • Kashmir Eyes Movie-making Comeback
  • Parties Inflate Political Killings: NC
  • London Conference Discusses Kashmir Sapphire, Reported About 480 Kgs Deposits
  • Kashmir an “integral part” of Pakistan: Zardari
  • OIC Summit Ignores APHC Geelani
  • Indian Army Responsible For Dwindling Wildlife In IHK
  • Elections No Answer To Kashmir Dispute: Shah
  • Asma Jahangir calls on J&K leaders
  • Defining Moment Has Come For Amicable Settlement Of Kashmir Issue: Mufti
  • India blacklists Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference
  • AJK govt and opposition defuse tension
  • Change In Thinking Of Pak Leadership Encouraging: Azad
  • Opinion Against Terror Gaining Momentum Globally: J&K CM
  • Thrashing of lawmaker sparks rumpus in AJK assembly
  • MQM Legislator Beaten Up In AJK Assembly
  • Pak Says Opportunity To Resolve Kashmir Issue Must Be Seized
  • Burns Hopes For Progress On Kashmir Issue
  • Zardari Talking Out Of Turn: Kashmir Committee
  • Fire In Kashmir BSF Camp, 4 Killed In Violence
  • Kashmir Government Woos Pandit Families Back Home
  • ‘Militancy Should Continue To Resolve Dispute’ Sardar Qayyum
  • ‘Terror groups have links in Pakistan, AJK’
  • PPP vows to resolve Kashmir issue
  • Lashkar Warns Zardari Over Kashmir
  • Zardaris statement on Kashmir fuels controversy
  • Nawaz Asks India To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • Zardari’s comments surprise Indian experts
  • Zardari draws flak for statement on Kashmir issue
  • Asif Zardari’s Remarks Annoy Pakistan-based Kashmiris
  • Baig Welcomes Zardari’s Statement
  • Kashmir Minister Rules Out Talks With Foreign Militants
  • Azad meets PM; reviews economic, political issues
  • First Train In Kashmir Valley Completes Trial Run
  • Zardari says Kashmir issue should be left for future generation
  • Ties with India will not be hostage to Kashmir: Zardari
  • Febuary

  • Former Kashmir Militant Commander Floats Separatist Party
  • Rs1.8bn for rebuilding in Muzaffarabad
  • Pak Stability To Give Impetus To Indo-Pak Peace Process
  • Kashmir Militant Alliance Takes Exception To Deoband Fatwa
  • Deoband fatwa ruffles feathers of Kashmiri separatists
  • Sonia Scare: 'Secret' Inquiry Indicts CRPF
  • Four Guerrillas Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Kashmiri lawyers plan crossing LoC for peace
  • Tourists Throng Kashmir As Violence Ebbs
  • Kashmiri Pandits Demand Re-opening Of Massacre Cases
  • Kashmir's Grand Mufti Denounces Killings In Name Of Islam
  • After Spate Of Natural Disasters, State Finds Out It’s Ill-equipped
  • PDP, National Conference Play Out War Of Words
  • India Says Hundreds Of Pashmina Goats Die In Cold
  • Train Will Not Chug Into Kashmir In 2009, Says Abdulah
  • Sharif keen to visit J&K
  • Militant Hideout Smashed, Arms, Ammunition Recovered
  • Private buses to ply on trans-LoC route
  • ‘Deoband Declaration’ Divides Kashmir
  • US Should Appoint High-ranking Envoy On Kashmir Resolution: Wendy Chamberlin
  • Shabbir Shah, Others Hail Gilani’s Invitation To Pandits
  • Militants Breach Wall Of Snow On LoC
  • Terror Threat Before Sonia Visit A Hoax
  • JKLF to float seven points for Kashmir freedom
  • Is Independence A Solution To The Kashmir Problem?
  • Decline In Infiltration: Army Chief
  • 'Terror Call On Sonia False Alarm', Cops Take On CRPF
  • ‘Kosovo move a boon to Kashmiris’
  • Musharraf Guilty Of Lapses On Kashmir: Geelani
  • IED recovered an hour before Sonia's visit to Bhaderwah in J&K
  • Sonia, Patil visit snow-hit areas in J&K
  • Calm In Indian Kashmir, But Pakistan Still Eyed With Suspicion
  • Kashmir to own world's largest tulip garden
  • Kashmir Rebels Eye Arms Dealers
  • AJK yet to receive over Rs2bn relief fund
  • Pak Poll Result May Land AJK Govt In Trouble
  • Latram in command of Kashmir ultras in PoK
  • Troop Cutback Begins In J&K
  • Pakistan Uncertainty Has Kashmir Terrorists On The Run'
  • Court extends stay on J&K Resettlement Act
  • Exploring Oil, Gas In Kashmir Will Bring Prosperity
  • Peace Has Returned To Kashmir: Azad
  • 'e-governance to do away with corruption ridden system'
  • Cautious Reaction In Kashmir To Unclear Pakistan Verdict
  • Indian Kashmir Lists Custodial Deaths For First Time
  • J&K has to open up for development: Azad
  • ‘After Kosovo, It Would Be Kashmir’
  • Hurriyat (M) Decides To Reshape Central Structure
  • Gujjars oppose ST status to Pahari speaking people
  • Slain Militants' Families In Kashmir Demand Proper Rehabilitation
  • Muslim Undertaker For Kashmir’s Hindus
  • Forthcoming Elections For J&K State Assembly
  • Twin Challenge To New PCC Chief Soz
  • J&K Gujjar Group Warns Of Poll Boycott
  • 2 Pakistani Intruders Shot Dead Near Border In J And K
  • Snow bound Poonch areas neglected: NC legislators
  • Pak Situation Hampering Peace Process With India: Azad
  • Militant Wanted For Six Years Arrested
  • Centre Always Tries To Divide J&K People: Farooq
  • PCC leaders hail Soz’s appointment
  • Two Lashker-e-Toiba Militants Shot Dead In J&K
  • Jammat Differs With Geelani’s Poll Boycott Plan
  • Top LeT Militant Involved In UP Blasts Killed
  • Kashmiri women raid restaurants on Valentine’s Day
  • J-K peace fallout: a war of words
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Loses Its Grip Over Kashmir Valley
  • Musk Deer, Jungle Fowls Being Killed With Immunity
  • 34 More Families Rescued In Kashmir
  • As Polls Beckon, Corruption Charges Haunt Azad Govt
  • Beig says private developers from outside welcome to buy land in J-K
  • JK village celebrates Shaurya Chakra
  • Open Up JK For Trade, Tourism’
  • IAF has so far airlifted 7,000 people stranded in J&K
  • BSF Returns Straying Pakistan Soldiers
  • India, Pakistan Fight Over Patent for Kashmir Pashmina
  • New income tax law for Azad Kashmir
  • Kashmir Shutdown Marks Maqbool Bhat's Death Anniversary
  • From Enemy To India's Hero
  • Three Pakistan soldiers held in J&K
  • Maqbool Butts martyrdom anniversary on Feb 11
  • Baig, Sagar Say The Demand For Return Of Bhat’s Remains Is Genuine
  • Top Hurriyat leaders among 50 arrested
  • IAF airlifts 1701 stranded passengers, 1073 troops
  • Kashmir’s Waters Are For Pakistan: Sardar Attique
  • Police To Ensure Shifting Of People From Avalanche Prone Areas
  • Azad puts Army, Air Force on alert
  • 14 Killed In Indian Kashmir Avalanches, Hundreds Flee Villages
  • Pak Plans Renewed Terror Push
  • 25 Buried Alive In Snow Avalanche
  • LeT ultra surrenders, 2 Pakistanis escape
  • Kashmir Remains Cut Off For 5th Day,
  • Musharraf Urges A Just, Equitable Settlement Of Kashmir
  • 'Dark Era Of Exploitative Politics Is Over In J&K' : Mehbooba
  • No Surprise If Major Development Takes Place On Kashmir In Next 10 Months: Kasuri
  • Pakistan wants peaceful settlement of Kashmir dispute: Maleeha
  • Snow threatens Kashmir’s pashmina goats
  • LeT and Kashmiri groups will attack India: US Intelligence
  • Jihad only way to liberate IHK: ex-generals
  • JI slams Kashmir policy
  • Pakistan Assures Full Support To Kashmiris
  • Situation peaceful in J&K: Antony
  • Former Militants Join Hands To Fight Harassment - Peacefully
  • Musharraf Says Flexibility To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • Kashmiris Don’t Believe In Kashmir Days: JKLF
  • J-K To Have New Policy For Rehabilitation Of Militancy Victims
  • Militants On The Run?
  • Kashmir movement has no link with Al-Qaeda, Taliban: AJK president
  • ‘Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir’
  • KPs demand amendments in Hindu Shrines Bill
  • Traffic On Srinagar-Jammu Highway Suspended
  • Stage Set For Massive Infrastructural Development In Rural J&K: Mula
  • Seven Die In Indian Kashmir Clash: Police
  • Smear Campaign Not To Dissuade Me From Fighting Corruption: Azad
  • Valley Wetlands Victims Of Encroachment, Apathy
  • Role Of APHC In Kashmiri Politics
  • J&K: CM Announces Committee To Resolve 1947-migrants' Issues
  •  

    January

  • Air traffic to Kargil resumes
  • Militant hideouts unearthed in Jamu and Kashmir
  • Breach Of Security
  • Village Faces Shortage Of Feed, Fodder In Leh Due To Snowfall
  • Baig takes on Farooq, Rather, top brass of NC
  • Bhuttos And Changing Kashmir
  • Kashmiris warned against celebrating St Valentine’s Day
  • J-K assembly adjourned after protest over forest scam
  • Hizbul says won’t use gun to enforce election boycott
  • Endangered Ladakh
  • Kashmiris open to truce offer, says UJC
  • 97 cross sides at LoC
  • National Conference Wants J&K To Go Dry
  • Bird Flu Scare: Migratory Birds Found Dead In Kashmir
  • Norwegian Christian Democratic Party Stresses Mediation On Kashmir
  • Norwegian skier feared dead
  • Scrap Article 370; BJP’s Panacea For JK
  • Kashmir Youth Sink Deeper Into Drug Pit
  • China border guards take part in R-day celebrations
  • Solution was in sight, says Baig
  • Various Gujjar Organizations Hailed Padma Bhushan Award To Mian Bashir
  • Life Is Back To Normal In Kashmir After Strike
  • Protestors demand withdrawal of AFSPA from Manipur, J-K
  • Troops' deployment in Kashmir lowest: Sinha
  • American Author Says US Eyeing Kashmir For A Military Base
  • 'Top militant killed' in Kashmir
  • US-based Kashmiri Pandit raps for homeland
  • Unprecedented pandemonium in Assembly, Speaker adjourns House
  • J&K: HUJI Leader Killed In Encounter
  • Musharraf Wants ’bilateral Peace Tract’ Over Kashmir
  • Package for Kashmiri Pandits discussed
  • No Deviation From Kashmir Policy
  • Kashmir CM Discusses Security With Indian PM
  • Encroachers Shrink Dal Lake To 15 Square Km
  • CM: No specific time-frame for implementation of PM package
  • Salahuddin fears arrest by Pak
  • JKSM Protests Harassment Of Former Militants
  • Promoting Terrorism Cause Of All Ills In Pakistan: Kashmir Governor
  • London Kashmir Conference: Controversy To Crises
  • Another Cold Spell Hits Kashmir Amid Mutton Shortage
  • Violence Ups In Kashmir: 6 Militants, Soldier Killed
  • Kashmir Leader Describes Nasrallah, Ahmadinejad As Ideals
  • Kashmir Resolution Can't Be Held Hostage To Pak Situation: Sayeed
  • Three Guerrillas Killed In Kashmir Shootouts
  • Shabbir Shah To Continue Unity Efforts
  • Ashoora processions taken out amid minor sectarian conflict
  • Race for J&K PCC chief begins
  • Five injured in Srinagar sectarian clashes
  • No resident papers for West Pakistan refugees
  • Security at peak in AJK for Ashura
  • 148 persons lost lives in 476 militancy incidents
  • Geelani Says Kashmir Issue Different From Sino-Indian Dispute
  • US Eying Kashmir As Military Base Against China’
  • Muslim Kashmir consuming more liquor than Hindu Jammu
  • Kashmir Is Sensational: Rahul Bose
  • IUM challenges ban on Muharram
  • Kashmir Isolated From The World, Heavy Snowfall Kills One
  • Terror Fight Sets Off Khaki Craze In Kashmir
  • Missing Skier's Chances Of Survival Bleak In Kashmir: Norway
  • Moharram: Valley awash with banners of Shia leaders, Sunnis uneasy
  • Heavy Snowfall Kills One, Disrupts Life In Kashmir
  • Conservative Kashmir Loves Porn
  • Lashkar Top Commander Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Peerzada’s resignation accepted, also quits as Congress president
  • Hizb hiring Pathans for jihad in Valley
  • Buddhists in Ladakh call for end to family planning
  • Shabir Shah Joins APHC After 10 Years
  • Corruption Charges Rock J&K Assembly
  • Book Blames Politicians For Turmoil In J&K
  • Bad Weather Hampers Army Rescue Operation In Kashmir
  • 3,000 left stranded on Srinagar-Jammu highway
  • Protest Against ‘biased’ Reporting On Human Rights In Kashmir
  • CM reviews cross LoC travel, refugees issue in Delhi meet
  • AJK president not satisfied with reconstruction
  • Peerzada for nurturing Kashmiri culture, language
  • Special squads to protect Chinese engineers in AJK
  • US urged to help settle Kashmir dispute
  • IG says strength of AJK police unsatisfactory
  • Election Or No Election, Fight Against Corruption To Continue: Azad
  • Separatist leaders join Mirwaiz to revive lost political standing
  • Tarigami: dialogue must be inclusive
  • AJK meeting recalls Benazirs humane side
  • Kashmir To Table Delimitation Panel Bill In Assembly
  • Norwegian untraced; buried porters identified
  • People's League Joins Mirwaiz-led Hurriyat
  • Plan for road communication launched in AJK
  • Peace, Polls In The Air, Parties Edge Out Separatists
  • Kashmir Grenade Attack Injures Two Soldiers
  • Human Rights: NC, JKLF Contest Govt Claim
  • Soldiers Buried Alive In Kashmir Avalanche
  • Hurriyat welcomes Shabir Shah’s unity formula
  • Hurriyat to boycott elections
  • Alert In Jammu And Kashmir Due To Pakistan Situation
  • 220 securitymen punished for rights violation in J&K
  • Former Kashmir CM Meets PAK High Commissioner
  • Prof Punjabi assumes charge of KU VC
  • Unified Headquarters review situation
  • India Adopting Dual Policy In Kashmir: Mir
  • JKLF Central Committee Decision Will Help Unity Cause: Shabir Choudhry
  • NC’s strategy to expose Govt on every front: Omar
  • Heavy Snowfall Cuts Off Kashmir
  • Ladakhis Allege Persecution
  • Kerala Steps Up Vigil At Tourist Places
  • Jobless Kashmiri Youths Risk Lives To Join Indian Army
  • Congress Rejects Separate Currency Demand For J&K
  • 'Kashmir Struggle True Form Of Jihad'
  • 20 Years Into Gun Life, Salahuddin Still Popular In Kashmir
  • Lashkar working to breach Azad security, alarm bells ringing in Delhi and Srinagar
  • Infiltration into Kashmir provokes fear of terror offensive
  • Special Prayers In Kashmir For Rains
  • Kashmiris To Observe Right Of Self-determination Day On January 5
  • JK Human Rights Watch blames militants for rights violation
  • Two over ground workers arrested in J&K
  • Camp Raid Glare On Rebel-turned-jawan
  • Before terror killed them in ‘5 minutes,’ they fought it for years
  • Hurriyat not for dialogue with Delhi
  • CIA Agents Killed Bhutto: Hilal War
  • Kashmir Witnesses Less Violence In 2007
  • 642 Kashmiris Including 41 In Custody Martyred In 2007
  • 7 Jawans Die In Terror Attack On CRPF Camp
  • Kashmir Solution Imperative, Says Musharraf
  • Civil Society Organisations Condemn Benazir’s Killing
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