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News Archives 2010

The previous year ended on a hopeful note with New Delhi promising political dialogue that would bring about a final solution to the Kashmir issue. The Pakistani government and separatist hardliners have, however, rejected the talks offer. The hardliners in Kashmir say that they will accept nothing short of independence while Pakistan insists that no solution could be found without its involvement in the talks. In the meanwhile, reports suggested that the infiltration of militants from Pakistan had declined by a quarter last year. However, years of violence and life under the shadow of the gun has made life intolerable for the average Kashmiri. The continued presence of security forces, in particular, is hugely resented by the younger generation. There can be no denying that Kashmiris want control over their lives and governance. Kashmir's mainstream political parties feels that greater autonomy or self rule could satisfy most Kashmiris since New Delhi will not accept secession. Various leaders and political parties have their own ideas on what an acceptable political solution could be. But peace will not come to Kashmir as long as the hardliners and Pakistan are not satisfied.


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DECEMBER

  • Least Militancy In 20 Yrs: J&K DGP
  • Kashmir Sees Record Tourists, Hundreds More For New Year
  • NH Reopens Partially, Closed Again
  • For A Change, Mirwaiz Talks Bijli, Pani, Sadak
  • Heavy Snowfall Cuts Off Kashmir Valley
  • LeT Commander Masterminded Stone Pelting From Rajouri
  • Army Supports Rehab Policy
  • Railway Tracks Being Doubled In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Cong Noises Upset NC
  • 3500 Arrests, 120 PSA Detentions
  • Kashmiri Militants-Naxalites Nexus Exposed
  • Indian, Pakistani Troops Clash On Kashmir Border
  • No Communication Gap Between India-Pak Over Kashmir: Gilani
  • Soz For Autonomy To JK
  • Separatists Urged To Revisit Their Politics
  • Geelani Flays, Mirwaiz Hails New Kashmir Panel
  • Transporters Jam Wheels, Masses Suffer
  • Spouses, Children Of Ultras To Be Treated As Pak Citizens
  • Kashmiri Pandits Decide To Adopt Three-children Norm
  • Interlocutors Mulling New Strategy To Woo Separatists
  • Kashmir University Film On Global Warming Bags Award
  • J&K's tax base set to cross Rs 3500 crore
  • New Political Panel On Kashmir In The Making
  • Mind Your Mandate: Coalition To Interlocutors
  • J&K Seeks NH Status For Mughal Road, Its Limbs
  • Where Is Task Force For Kashmir? Ask Stakeholders
  • Don’t Wreck Vajpayee Initiative, Mufti Tells BJP
  • J&K: PDP, NC Against BJP’s Negative Agenda
  • Yasin Malik Criticises Advani Over 'Kashmir Campaign'
  • BJP won’t allow autonomy, self-rule, azadi in J&K
  • Kashmir Interlocutors To Submit Report To Government In Ten Days
  • Grenade Explosion Rocks Sopore, 5 Injured
  • After 5 Months, Kashmir Rail Services Back On Track
  • Pakistan, India Nod For Triple Entry Permits
  • 3000 Arrested, Released In Summer Unrest: K Panel
  • J&K Interlocutors Run Into 'stone' Wall
  • Cong ‘forgives’ Sharma
  • Rid Kashmir From The Menace Of 'Charas'
  • J&K Lifts Ban On SMS On Post-paid Connections
  • Stop Force And Stone Throwing Will Stop: Kupwara People
  • China Positive On Wen Visit, But Silent Over Kashmir Differences
  • No Ready Solution To Kashmir, Empower People: Interlocutors
  • Interlocutors Creating Confusion: Kamal
  • Airspace violation in RS Pura sector
  • Interlocutors Working On Agenda Of Autonomy & Self-rule:JK BJP
  • Army Derides Torture Policy, Defends AFSPA
  • Valley Prepares For ‘Chillai Kalan’ Amidst Intense Cold
  • Free Lunches For Birds As Kashmir's Wetlands Freeze
  • Jammu Muslims Oppose JK's Division: K Panel
  • Officials Dismiss China's Kashmir Border Claims
  • Terrorist-stone Pelter Nexus Unearthed In Kashmir
  • Doors for dialogue with extremists open: Sonia
  • The Mystery Of Missing Thousand Miles In J&K
  • Gilani Raises Kashmir At Banquet For Wen
  • Poonch says no to azadi; accession final, seeks Council
  • Blaze Wipes Out Gurez Village
  • We don't condone torture: Omar
  • We Are To Fulfil Mandate, Not To Pass Judgment: Kashmir Interlocutors
  • Thousands Join Muharram Processions Across Kashmir Valley
  • Osama Bin Laden Promised To 'divert' $20 Million To Kashmiri Jihadist: WikiLeaks
  • Humane approach with people: Lt Gen Hasnain
  • It's For India, Pakistan To Resolve Terrorism, Kashmir: China
  • China, India Can’t Get Past Differences Over Kashmir
  • WikiLeaks: India 'systematically Torturing Civilians In Kashmir'
  • Muharram Mourners Defy Curfew; Scores Hurt In Police Action
  • ‘Kashmir Was On Holbrooke Agenda’
  • Wen may address India's concerns on J&K
  • Karan Singh Refuses To Accept Chinese Award
  • Malik Cautions Muslims Against Nefarious Designs
  • Writing On The Wall
  • J&K Congress Comes Out In Defense Of Sharma's 'azadi' Comments
  • Masrat Alam admits taking Rs 40 lakh to fuel protests
  • Panchayat poll boycott call won't have any impact: CM
  • Frozen Dal Lake Warms Up Return Of Tourists
  • 6000 Kashmiri Pandits To Get Jobs
  • Protest In Jammu Against BJP’s ‘genocide’ Remarks
  • 697 J-K Leaders Killed In Militancy In Past 2 Decades
  • SFC Report Punctures Jammu’s Discrimination Bogey
  • Heir Hint In Return Of Hawk’s Son
  • Boundary Dispute, Kashmir Policy To Figure In India-China Talks
  • Mirwaiz Trashes PC’s Solution Claim
  • Militant Leader Wants India-Pakistan Talks On Jammu & Kashmir
  • 'Back Channel Diplomacy' Underway With India On Kashmir: Pak
  • J&K Minister To Be Dropped For Seeking State’s Division
  • Quit Kashmir To Quiet Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Cabinet Clears Setting Up Of State Election Commission
  • PC’s Promise Broken Within Hours: Malik
  • Kashmir Professor Held For Provocative Test Paper
  • Kashmir Rail Link Project
  • Kashmir Problem Continuing Due To Vested Interests: Jethmalani
  • Kashmir Solution In Sight: Chidambaram
  • Malik Flays HR Groups For Politicking
  • Army Captain, Injured In Sopore Encounter, Dies
  • Appropriate Action Would Be Taken Against Health Minister's Remarks: Omar Abdullah
  • Delhi Rules Out LeT Link To Stone Pelting
  • ‘Kashmir Dispute Was Created By Pakistan’, Nasir Ansari
  • Protesters Clash With Security Forces In Kashmir Town
  • Understanding What Young Kashmiris Want
  • Dialogue With Kashmir Separatists: Parties To Form Panel
  • J&K Panel Suggestions With Omar
  • SC Seeks J&K Govt's Stand On Package For Migrants
  • Pak Had No Role In Valley Unrest: Paswan
  • Chenab Valley, Pir Panchal Miffed
  • Congress Minister Demands Azadi For Kashmir, Kicks Up A Storm
  • Paswan, D. Raja Call For Withdrawal Of AFSPA From Kashmir Valley
  • Congress Minister Demands Autonomy For Jammu, Ladakh
  • Sheikh Memory Draws Crowd
  • Talk To New Delhi, Omar Tells Separatists
  • Hasnain Takes Over Command Of The Army's Key 15 Corps
  • Centre Seeks Withdrawal Of 60 Para-military Coys From J&K
  • JDU Says Kashmiris Want ‘Azadi’ From Caged Life
  • Separatists Torch Srinagar School Bus To Enforce Shutdown
  • Chinese activities in PoK illegal: India
  • Kashmir: The Media Myths And The Reality
  • Govt Panel Studying Troop-cut In City
  • Fact-finding Team Gets Warm Welcome In Valley
  • Valley Traders Join Chorus For K-resolution
  • Rockets, mortars fired on LoC by Pak Army
  • Over 400 Militants Active In Jammu & Kashmir: Police
  • Army Sorry For Criticising Omar
  • Militant Leads To Big Arms Haul In Kashmir
  • Militants neutralised up to large extent: Lt Gen Roy
  • Omar Writes To PM Against Army’s ‘criticism, Interference’
  • Govt Trying To Link Militants, Stone-throwers: Mirwaiz
  • NOVEMBER

  • J&K CM Addresses Largest Ever Kissan Rally In South Kashmir
  • BJP Activists Attack Mirwaiz's Vehicle
  • Police To Attach Property Of 100 LeT, HM Ultras
  • Cops Reject Kashmir Staged-killing Claim
  • Case Registered Against Arundhati, Geelani
  • Indians Have A Stake In Kashmir: Mirwaiz
  • 3 Militants, Cop Killed In Srinagar Shoot-out
  • Geelani Rubbishes Kashmir Interlocutor's Suggestion
  • Protest Fatigue In Kashmir
  • NC, Cong Leaders In Public Spat In J-K
  • We Aim To Evolve A Dialogue Structure: J&K Interlocutor
  • Mirwaiz Targeted Again, BJP Men Held In Kolkata
  • Kashmir Stone Pelters, Separatists Have Nexus With LeT: Police
  • Court Orders FIR Against Roy, Geelani
  • Govt Wants To Make Return Of Kashmiri Youth Legal: Omar
  • Govt To Finalize Mughal Road By Sep 2011
  • Bureaucratic hassles delaying major projects in J&K: Farooq
  • Attempt To Open Dialogue Being Foiled : Mufti
  • Massive Hunt For Chechens
  • Training Camps In Pakistan And PoK Were Shifted After 26-11, Says Top LeT Militant
  • We Want To Explore Job Opportunities Within, Outside JK: Rangarajan
  • 3 Top Pakistani Comdrs Of LeT Killed In Surankote
  • Chaos As Mirwaiz Is Heckled At Chandigarh Seminar
  • Militant Surrender Policy Will Not Endanger India: Abdullah
  • HC's Strike Call: Schools, Govt Offices Remain Open In Kashmir
  • 'Nearly 59,000 Kashmiri Pandit Families Migrated From Valley'
  • Omar's Rehabilitation Policy May Hit A Roadblock
  • ‘Delhi Will Boost Kashmir’s Tourism, IT Sectors’
  • Omar Enhances Surrender Package, Cong Sees Red
  • China Changing Policy On J&K
  • Not Averse To Talks: Geelani To Canadian Diplomats
  • Neither Azad Nor Kashmir
  • Another Delegation To Visit Kashmir Next Month
  • Old India Itch Gives Pak A Red Face In UN
  • J&K Clears Surrender Policy For Youths Returning From Pak, PoK
  • Mad-race Between Separatist Leadership In Kashmir
  • Clairvoyance Or Hope? Youth Predicts End To Kashmir Sufferings
  • Hurriyat Factions Plan Visit To China, Iran
  • Lashkar Militants Kill Cop’s Mother In Revenge Act In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Massive Manhunt In Delhi For Three Terrorists From J-K
  • International Reality Of Kashmir
  • Mughal Road's Opening Makes Kashmir More Accessible
  • Hurriyat (G) Softens Protest Chart, Threatens Stir If Excesses Go On
  • Hartal Politics Gets Thumbs Down By J&K Residents
  • Youth Injured In Pulwama Firing
  • 'Take Kashmiri Society Into Confidence Over Return Of Pandits'
  • Kashmir Interlocutors Create Sceptical Buzz In The Valley
  • India Summons Iranian Envoy Over Kashmir Remarks Of Ayatollah Khamenei
  • In Valley, Fruit Yield At All-time High
  • Chief Minister’s Public Darbar In Kashmir-rhetoric Or Reaching Out To The People
  • Pak Army Quietly Names 453 Soldiers Killed In Kargil War
  • UNSC Hasn't Discussed Kashmir In 45 Yrs
  • Dal Essential For Tourism, Ecology: Sagar
  • Kashmir Saffron Facing Threat From Construction Activity
  • In A First, Mirwaiz Stopped From Leading Eidgah Prayers
  • Protests After Eid Prayers In Valley, Police Vehicle Set Ablaze
  • Why Interlocutors Leave Valley Cold
  • UN Denies Kashmir’s Removal From SC Agenda
  • Khamenei Urges Muslims To 'help' Kashmir
  • Kashmir Is India's 'internal' Issue: US Envoy
  • 426 Terrorists Tried To Sneak Into J&K This Year: Antony
  • HC Asks Govt: Why Not Criminal Cases Against Geelani, Roy
  • Top HM Comdr Inqullabi Captured By Delhi Police
  • Separatists Fume As UN Drops Kashmir From Pending Disputes List
  • Jammu And Kashmir Out Of U.N. List Of Disputes
  • India Tells China: Kashmir Is To Us What Tibet, Taiwan Are To You
  • Interlocutors For Release Of Political Prisoners
  • Indian Troops Kill Two In Kashmir Border Clash
  • Gilgit-Baltistan Region Language Under Threat
  • Infiltration Bid Foiled Along LoC In Poonch, 2 Ultras Killed
  • B’pora Abuzz With Demands For K Solution
  • Geelani Wants PM's Response To Dialogue
  • India,Pak Had Almost Reached Agreement On Kashmir: Musharraf
  • Centre To Implement Solution From Our Exercise: Kumar
  • Militant, Policeman Killed In North Kashmir
  • Friday Prayers Allowed At Grand Mosque After 8 Weeks
  • UPA Ready To Roll Out Saffron Plan For Kashmir
  • Kashmir’s Interlocutors Are Going To End Up With Zilch
  • Geelani’s 5 Points Already Accepted
  • Interlocutors Continue 'Mission Kashmir', Visit Uri
  • Constructions Turn Gulmarg Into Concrete Jungle
  • No Rush Against Anti-India Militants: Musharraf
  • Kashmir Mediators Face Embarrassment In Baramulla
  • Interlocutors Meet Delegations; Kargil For United J&K
  • Interlocutors Hold Wide Ranging Discussions In Leh
  • Obama In Kashmir
  • Clashes, Firing Rock Baramulla After Arrest
  • Kashmir To Be Part Of Pakistan: AJK PM
  • Nearly 59,000 Families Migrated From Kashmir Due To Militancy
  • Omar Hails Obama’s Kashmir Remarks: Pak, Separatists Need To Look Inwards
  • India, US Call For Smashing Terror Networks
  • Singh Roars On Kashmir, Outsourcing
  • In They Fly, In Thousands, Keeping Winter Date With Kashmir
  • AFSPA Can Be Withdrawn With A Rider: Omar
  • Protest Against Shutdowns, Geelani Tones Down Strike Schedule
  • Kashmiri Militant Groups Still Recruiting In Pakistan
  • Sikh Villagers Stage Protest In Kashmir
  • Two Killed In Accident Caused By Stone-pelting
  • Musharraf Upset, Says Obama May Not Utter K Word
  • No Terror Camps In Pakistani Kashmir: Minister
  • Tempers Cool In Kashmir After Summer Of Violence
  • Security Enhanced In J&K Ahead Of Obama Visit
  • ‘Don’t Worry If Big Powers Ignore Kashmir’, Geelani
  • J&K Separatists Not Betting On Obama
  • Temper Expectations From US: Omar
  • American Diplomacy, Kashmir And Obama
  • Obama Unlikely To Wade Into Kashmir Tar Pit' On His Trip
  • FO Expects Obama To Raise Key Issues In Delhi
  • Kashmir's Famous Gardens Get A Facelift
  • Kashmir On The Agenda As Top Officials Go To Beijing
  • Normal Life Disrupted Due To Strike
  • Recall Kashmir Interlocutors: Panthers Party Chief
  • Ahead Of Obama Trip, Body Seeks IDP Status For Kashmiri Pundits
  • Unrest In Kashmir Painful: Sonia
  • Interlocutors’ Claim Baseless: UJC
  • J&K Interlocutors Submit Interim Report To Govt
  • J&K Interlocutors Have Had Impact: PC
  • 4 Militants Killed In Kashmir Gunbattles
  • Security Grid Warns Of Terror Strikes In Kashmir
  • Geelani’s Diwali Relief, No Strike On Festival
  • OCTOBER

  • Plight Of Kashmiri Militants In ‘Azad Kashmir’
  • Curfew In 6 North Kashmir Towns
  • Chidambaram Reviews Security Situation In Kashmir Valley
  • Militants Want To Submit Peace Plan To Interlocutors
  • Violence In JU Over Seminar On Kashmir Azadi
  • J-K Interlocutors Confused, Bewildered: JKNPP
  • Interlocutors To Find Political Answer To Kashmir: PC
  • Home Minister In Kashmir: Omar-Chidam Meet Will Decide On Release Of Stone Pelters
  • Curfew In Sensitive Areas In Kashmir To Keep Protesters At Bay On Friday
  • Stephen Schwebel To Head Kishanganga Arbitration Court
  • Singh-Wen Meet: India Raises Issues Connected To Kashmir
  • Wide Presence Of Chinese Cos In PoK Worries India
  • Police Firing Triggers Panic In Lal Chowk
  • Unease In Cong Over Statements Of Interlocutors On Kashmir
  • Interlocutors To Open Offices In Jammu, Srinagar, Delhi
  • Kashmir Gets Two-day Breather From Shutdowns
  • 2 Ceasefire Violations By Pak At Poonch, Uri
  • I Won’t Knock Door Bells Of Separatists: Padgaonkar
  • Defaulter Geelani Asked To Pay Rs 1.73 Crore As IT Dues
  • Interlocutors Now Talk Of 'azaadi' In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Unlikely To Figure During Singh-Obama Talks
  • Visa Policy unchanged, Says China Ahead Of Manmohan-Wen Meeting
  • J-K Seeks Centre's Sanction To Prosecute Armymen
  • Jethmalani Embarrasses BJP, Backs Kashmir Interlocutors
  • 'Kashmir Stone-pelters Funded By Pakistan'
  • Appointment Of J-K Interlocutors A 'dirty Trick': Geelani
  • Strike Hits Normal Life In Kashmir Valley
  • 'Pakistani Troops Kill Indian Soldier In Kashmir'
  • Kashmiri Pandits To Unfurl National Flags On Oct 26
  • No Defence Exchanges Till China Changes Position On J&K: India
  • BJP Asks PMO To Clarify Padgaonkar's Pak Comment
  • HM Gives Nod To Case Against Syed Ali Shah Geelani
  • Terror Threat Looms Over Obama Visit
  • Trade, Tourism Badly Hit In Kashmir
  • Interlocutors For Finding Permanent Solution
  • 3 Infiltrators Shot Dead In Uri
  • Kashmir Pandits Group Meets Interlocutor
  • 'Slain Kashmir Rebels On Suicide Mission'
  • J&K's Accession With India Is 'complete': Karan Singh
  • Govt Seeks Legal Opinion On ‘Azadi’ Seminar
  • Voices Of Trifurcation Raise Pitch In Jammu
  • New Terror Camps Come Up In Pakistan: Army Chief
  • US Won't Mediate Between India-Pak Over Kashmir Dispute: Holbrooke
  • Security Agencies On Alert In Jammu & Kashmir
  • 97% Rights Abuse Cases Against Troops False: Army
  • Masarat's Arrest Will Bring Peace: Khoda
  • No Red Lines For J&K Interlocutors: Chidambaram
  • Sonia Snubs Omar: J&K Integral Part Of India
  • Cross-border Terrorism As Substantive An Issue As J&K: Nirupama Rao
  • PDP Would Work For Virtual Reunion Of The Erstwhile State: Mehbooba
  • 25 Including 11 Cops Wounded In Fresh Kashmir Violence
  • Interlocutors Get Mandate To Find Durable Solution To Kashmir Issue
  • Fields Full Of Ripe Paddy In Valley Of Unrest
  • Bandipore: One Militant Killed, Another Holed Up In Mosque
  • Curfew Foils Hurriyat's Protest March
  • Most Wanted Separatist Held
  • People’s Wishes Must For K Solution: Omar
  • 14 Politicians Face Graft Charges
  • RSS Calls For ‘full Integration’ Of J&K
  • Panun Kashmir Warns Against Dangers Of Greater Autonomy To J&K
  • Kashmir Stone-throwers Studying In Jail To Save Their Academic Year
  • Around 70 Per Cent Electorates Cast Votes In LAHDC Leh Polls
  • Valley Quiet, Omar Makes It To Function
  • Huge Rush In Kashmir On Strike Reprieve
  • Separatists Have Made Their Intentions Clear, Mainstream Squeezed In Kashmir
  • Curfew In Indian Kashmir After Civilian Death
  • Omar Asks Delhi For Fourth Interlocutor
  • Omar Said Nothing Wrong On J&K Accession: Krishna
  • Two Rajouri Militants Among 3 Killed In Shopian
  • Gani Bhat Says Can’t Implement UN Resolution On Kashmir
  • Choice Of Kashmir Interlocutors A Dampener, Says Mehbooba Mufti
  • Kashmir Team Catches Congress By Surprise
  • China's Changing Kashmir Position Can Affect Boundary Resolution
  • Pakistan Restarts Backing Terrorists In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Interlocutors A Futile Move, Says Geelani
  • India Names Mediators To Hold Kashmir Dialogue
  • JK Passing Through Difficult Phase: Govt
  • Kashmir Press Feels Free
  • Intimidation Threats To Kashmiri Sikhs Yet To Be Investigated
  • If Salahuddin Tries To Infiltrate, He'll Be Killed: Army Chief
  • The Kashmiri Pandit Who Saved Geelani's Life
  • Separatists Slam Deoband’s J-K Stand
  • Govt Revenue Falls Sharply Due To Turmoil
  • No Regrets Over Kargil: Mush
  • NC Core Group Calls For Need To Reach Out To People
  • Kashmir Calm, Restrictions In Interior Srinagar
  • Security Agencies Fear Spike In Infiltration Ahead Of Winter
  • Jammu & Kashmir's Future With India: Deoband
  • Nawaz Wanted To Sell Kashmir Issue, Says Musharraf
  • Fast Track Probe In Machil Case, Report Sought On Forced Labor By Army
  • Water Tax For Cash Flow
  • Kashmir Unrest: Private Sector Lays Off 50,000 Employees
  • Musharraf Backtracks On Pak-sponsored Militants
  • Obama Won’t Seek High-profile Role In Kashmir: Lisa Curtis
  • Downtown Sealed, Friday Prayers Barred
  • Cong Distances Itself From Omar Remarks: J-K Integral Part Of India
  • Protesters Pelt Stones At School Buses In J&K
  • Geelani Claims ‘victory’ In Omar’s Speech
  • Solve Siachen, Kashmir Can Wait: Musharraf
  • Kashmir Should Be Resolved By India, Pak Bilaterally: US
  • Curfew Lifted From Kashmir Valley
  • Mass Exodus Of Labourers Impedes Work On Mughal Road
  • Unrest Has Silent Victim In Kashmir: Dal Lake
  • Omar Criticises Centre On J&K Policy, Says He Is No Puppet
  • Lack Of Job Opportunities Forced J&K Youth Into Drug Trafficking
  • Geelani Calls For Protests From Tomorrow
  • Musharraf Admits Pak Trained Militant Groups Against India
  • Bunker Removal Process Starts In Srinagar
  • J&K High Court At Srinagar Completely Non-functional Due To Violence
  • Manmohan Singh Holds Talks With Chidambaram, Omar
  • Kashmiris Trapped Between Separatists And Authorities
  • Come Out In Open On Kashmir, Mirwaiz Tells US
  • Surrendered Ultra, Associate Rescued
  • Quit-Kashmir Cry Echoes Across LoC
  • Stressed Out... Kashmir Is A Very Difficult Place, Full Of Surprises: Omar
  • 4 Hurt In Shopian, Curfew Clamped Again
  • Tourism Suffers Major Setback In Kashmir Due To Unrest
  • Separatists Instigated Violence After Machhil Encounter: Govt
  • Pandits Ask Govt Not To Withdraw AFPSA From Kashmir
  • Separatists Instigated Violence After Machhil Encounter: Govt
  • Nyoma To Be Upgraded As Major Air Base Close To China Border
  • MLAs Decry Censorship
  • Iran Slams India Over J&K Protests, India Hits Back, Issues Demarche
  • 8 Militants, Cop Killed As Army Foils Intrusion Bids
  • SEPTEMBER

  • US, India Dismiss Reports Linking Kashmir With UNSC Seat
  • JuD: Resolve Kashmir Or Face Violence Everywhere
  • 109 Deaths Feel Like 109 Pieces Pulled Out Of My Heart: CM
  • Curfew In Kashmir Valley Ahead Of Ayodhya Verdict
  • Omar Attacks Separatists In First Rally Since Unrest
  • Ready For Talks, Says JKLF
  • Peaceful Day In Valley Sees School Attendance Up By 26 Pc
  • India To Free Protesters In Kashmir Peace Move
  • Jammu Bandh Against Valley Package
  • Situation Peaceful But School Attendance Drops
  • At The UN, Pak Flays India For Kashmir 'brutality'
  • Obama's Pitch: Fix Kashmir For UN Security Council Seat
  • War For Education
  • Huriyat Supporters Attack School Buses
  • Re-opening Of Schools Is Nobody's Victory Or Defeat: CM
  • Schools Reopen In J&K: Parents, Children Defy Geelani Calendar
  • Kashmir's 'martyrs' Graveyard' Busy Again
  • Manmohan Reviews Job Plan For Jammu And Kashmir
  • Schools In Kashmir Valley Reopen After 100 Days
  • J&K Pelters Try Casting Azadi In Stone
  • Separatists Keep Kin Away From Stone Throwing
  • Curfew Relaxed In Many Parts Of Valley, Situation Peaceful
  • Geelani Rejects Centre’s 8-point Formula On J&K
  • Centre Unveils 8-point Formula For Kashmir
  • “4,000 Security Men Injured In 3 Months Of Kashmir Violence”
  • Pak's Kashmir Statement: Focus Inward, Cong Tells Islamabad
  • Kashmir Unrest India’s Internal Issue, Says Obama Administration
  • Kashmir key to peace in South Asia: Qureshi
  • Export Of Fruit From Kashmir Valley Down 30pc Due To Unrest
  • Kashmir Issue Has Come Alive: Qureshi
  • Freeing Prisoners May Be First CBM For J&K
  • Krishna Tells Pakistan To Vacate PoK Before Lecturing India
  • Delegation's Visit Will Yield Positive Results: Omar
  • Hurt In Firing, Student Succumbs In Valley
  • U.N. Chief Ban Calls For Calm, Restraint In Kashmir
  • Krishna Slams Pakistan Over Kashmir
  • Pakistan Pleads For US Intervention On Kashmir
  • Minister Argues For AFSPA, Says Army Being ‘demonised’ In Kashmir
  • Divided Team Leaves Kashmir - Lawmakers Hold Separate Meetings
  • Feel Our Pain, Kashmiris Tell Team
  • Kashmir: Jamiat Calls Clerics’ Meet Next Month
  • All party delegation meets different shades of opinion
  • A Visit Amid Heavy Security, Curfew
  • Kashmir Separatist Says Protests Will Continue
  • PC Admits Kashmir Protests Widespread, Alienation Deep
  • 16 militants pushed back on LoC
  • PDP Threatens To Pull Out Of Peace Efforts
  • 4 Deaths In Kashmir On Eve Of All-party Visit; Toll Mounts To 105
  • A Troubled Union
  • Geelani Not To Meet All-party Delegation
  • Pak Trying To Exploit Unrest In Kashmir: Army
  • J&K Unrest: Death Toll Crosses 104 In 100 Days
  • Curfew Has Turned Kashmir Into A Prison
  • Article 370 Has Eroded: Farooq Abdullah
  • Army Threat Forces Geelani To Take Back Protest Call
  • 3 Killed In Valley Even As Army Patrols Streets
  • 7 militants killed in 2 Valley encounters
  • Hurriyat Set To March To Camps, J&K Takes Army Help
  • Chidambaram To Lead All-party Team To J&K
  • Rahul Gandhi Stands Up For Omar Abdullah
  • Time To Break Violence Cycle: Sonia
  • Mufti Meets Sonia, PM As Cong Reaches Out To Omar’s Rivals
  • Free for all : all Govt offices, vehicles set ablaze in Mendhar; 3 killed
  • Jammu And Kashmir: Descent Into Chaos
  • Changing AFSPA: Air Chief Cautions Against Dilution
  • Kashmir Govt. Releases Audio Tapes Indicting Geelani
  • Kashmir Is Locked Down, But Bloodshed Continues
  • 1st In 11 Yrs: Entire Valley Under Curfew
  • Curfew imposed in Poonch, Army standby after arson
  • AFSPA Dilution In Jammu & Kashmir Postponed
  • US Condemns Quran Desecration, Dismayed By Violence In Kashmir, Punjab
  • Valley Fires Rage, Omar Feels The Delhi Chill
  • Chinese Army presence in PoK to come up for review
  • Fresh Violence In Kashmir Ahead Of Key Cabinet Meet
  • J-K Minister Attacked; Curfew Reimposed In Srinagar, 6 Towns
  • Failed Suicide Attack Kills Bomber In Pakistan's Kashmir
  • Omar Blames Mirwaiz For Srinagar Violence
  • An Angry Summer Turns Into Autumn Of Despair
  • BJP Warns Against Move To Dilute AFSPA
  • Several offices, police stations set on fire by mob
  • Cos Shifting Base To Jammu From Strife-torn Kashmir
  • Antony, PC Differ On AFSPA Withdrawal From Some Areas
  • Take A Risk For Peace In J&K, Omar Tells Manmohan
  • Malik, Mirwaiz Join Hands
  • Three Troopers Die In Patan Blast
  • Omar Abdullah Meets Pranab, Antony Seeks Support For Amendment To AFSPA
  • New Rising Hardliners To Reject Jammu & Kashmir Concessions
  • Two killed, curfew lifted from all parts of Valley
  • 7 more militants killed in Gurez; toll 12
  • Nothing Will Change In JK: Farooq
  • Need More To Assuage Anger, Say Political Parties In The Valley
  • Geelani Held To Stall Eid March
  • Kashmir: Time For Results
  • Infiltration attempts increasing: Lt Gen Jaswal
  • Delhi Dodging 5-point Offer: Geelani Threatens ‘unimagined Stir’ If Demands Denied
  • Protests At Night, Hurriyat Leader Surfaces
  • 'Keep Education Out Of Strikes'
  • Khaki Enemy? 60000 Kashmiris Apply For 3000 Police Jobs
  • Valley Again: Four Killed, Five Hurt In Police Firing
  • 7 Militants, 2 Troopers Killed
  • Jaish Cmdr Among 2 Killed
  • Kashmir On Its Mind, Govt Mulls All-party Meeting
  • Status quo not only option available to us: Omar
  • Centre May Lift AFSPA In Srinagar
  • More Than Troops, Chinese Projects In PoK Worry India
  • Muslim Clerics Appeal Kashmir Valley Protesters To Shun Violence
  • Karat: Start Political Talks In J&K Without Preconditions
  • Kashmir Valley Defies Geelani's Strike Call
  • India Warns China About J&K Posture
  • Rocks, YouTube Undergird Kashmiri Protests
  • Kashmir Stir Having Impact: Geelani
  • Mirwaiz Invites Geelani, Malik For Eid, Seeks To Forge Hurriyat Unity
  • Geelani Issues 10-day Protest Program
  • “Kashmir Situation Needs A Human Touch”
  • China Has Major Presence In Pakistan-occupied Kashmir: Gilgit Activist
  • A Kashmir Hospital Is Witness To Conflict
  • Primary School Students Protest Against Unrest In Kashmir Valley
  • JK Incurs Rs 21,000 Cr Losses In 85 Days
  • Centre to soon come out with series of measures on Kashmir
  • Stone-pelting Mob Attacks J&K Police Vehicle, 17 Hurt
  • AUGUST

  • Baseless Report: Pakistan
  • Pak Making Desperate Infiltration Bids: Army
  • Geelani Sets Conditions For Ending Valley Stir
  • Kashmir Tense Again, Curfew Imposed To Quell Protests
  • Cholera In The Times Of Kashmir Unrest
  • Boy killed, 20 injured in fresh clashes
  • Border Firefight, Violence Leaves Ten Dead In Indian Kashmir
  • Centre Verifying Reports On Pak, China PoK Tango
  • Pak floats new indigenous militant outfit 'JKM'
  • Geelani’s Party Hails China’s Kashmir Stand
  • 'Dialogue Not Force Is The Key'
  • Centre Working On Political Solution To Kashmir Issue, Says Omar
  • China Deploys 11,000 Troops In Gilgit Area In Occupied Kashmir
  • We'll Talk To Stone Throwers: Soz
  • A Mastermind Of Kashmir Protests
  • Woman Separatist Leader Andrabi, Colleague Arrested
  • Drabu Resigns As J&K Bank Chief
  • We Will Facilitate Internal, External Dialogues: Omar
  • Chinese Army In Control Of Much Of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Says Expert
  • Chinese Chill Sets In Again, Kashmir The Hot Button
  • 78th Day Of Shutdown, Curfew In Kashmir
  • House Divided On Autonomy For J&K
  • Angry Cong Sacks Defiant Saroori
  • Tension in Gilgit after sectarian violence
  • Impersonation Case: J&K Minister Refuses To Quit
  • PC hints at new beginning for peace talks in Kashmir
  • Curfew, Separatist Shutdown Cripple Life In Kashmir
  • Shoot-on-sight order in Gilgit after heavy firing
  • Kamaal Takes On Mirwaiz
  • Hafiz Saeed Calls For Jihad To 'free Kashmir'
  • Hardline Hurriyat Calls For Boycott Of Panchayat Polls In Jammu And Kashmir
  • After a week of shutdown, Valley experiences day-long normalcy
  • Resume Dialogue With Kashmiris, Pakistan: Karat Tells Govt
  • Restrictions Remain In Force In Parts Of Valley
  • Protester Killed, 31 Policemen Hurt In Indian Kashmir
  • Protesters In Kashmir Face Stones, Their Own Bitter Pill
  • Jammu Muslims For Referendum In State
  • Police Arrest 17 Stone Pelters In Srinagar
  • Youth Revolt In Kashmir Surprises Both India And Pakistan
  • Six Hurt In Fresh Indian Kashmir Clashes
  • Ghulam Nabi Azad Says Kashmir Issue Not Simple, But Hopes For Solution
  • Curfew, restrictions, strike cripple life in Valley
  • BJP Blames Nehru For Kashmir Mess
  • Indian Military Says 23 Soldiers Died In Himalaya Floods
  • NC Leaders Rally Behind Omar
  • Sikhs have nothing to fear in Valley: PC
  • Ensure Safety Of Sikhs In Kashmir: Parkash Singh Badal To PM
  • Cop Guarding Sopore MLA's Home Killed
  • JKLF(R) Blames Sonia For Killings
  • Protests Rock Hazratbal
  • Construction Of Mugal Road Govt’s Priority: Saroori
  • Panun Kashmir Organises Protest Demonstration & Peace Rally,Rejects Autonomy
  • Jamat Urges For Peaceful Protests
  • Kashmir Situation A Call To Our Collective Conscience: Sonia
  • Omar's Shoe-thrower Released After CM Forgives Him
  • Prosperity Can Buy Peace In Kashmir
  • Ding-dong Battle In Anantnag As Man Dies Of Injuries
  • PM Visits Leh, Announces Rs 125-crore Relief Package
  • Rahul reaches out to victims of cloudburst in Leh
  • 50 Hurt In Clashes
  • Omar Stresses Need For Free Trade, Travel Across LoC
  • PC To CWC: These Protests In Valley Break From The Past
  • J&K: Rajouri Encounter On For 40 Hrs, Army Jawan Killed
  • Centre Uneasy Over Omar’s Rising Unpopularity
  • Shoe Hurled Towards Omar At I-Day Function, 15 Cops Suspended
  • Ready for talks with those who abjure violence: PM
  • RSS Alleges 'Islamisation' Of Kashmir
  • Sludge And Solidarity In Indian Kashmir Hospital
  • Omar: We Will Engage 50,000 Youths In Public Service
  • Two Civilians Killed In Kashmir Valley In Fresh Violence
  • Pakistani Officials Diverted Foreign Funds Meant For PoK
  • 4 killed in fresh firing in Kashmir
  • India Restores Road Links To Ladakh
  • In Geelani, They Trust
  • Karvan-e-Aman Bus Stoned In Baramulla
  • Autonomy Cannot Solve Kashmir Issue: Mehbooba Mufti
  • Indian Forces Face Broader Revolt In Kashmir
  • Ramzan Won’t Buy Peace For Kashmir
  • Leh continues to count deaths; toll 173
  • PM's Autonomy-for-Kashmir Talk Fails To Cut Ice
  • Nine Hurt In Kashmir, Separatist March Foiled
  • Woman Killed, 17 Hurt In J&K Terror Attack
  • Fresh Protests In Kashmir Valley Over Recovery Of A Body
  • Leh Toll Rises To 167, Five Foreigners Among Dead
  • Hurriyat Rejects PM’s Statement, Says India Has A Faulty Vision
  • Give Peace A Chance, Manmohan Tells Kashmiris
  • Chances of missing persons’ survival turning bleak; death toll rises to 165
  • Kashmir Violence Takes A Toll On Education
  • Blow To Separatists, Key Man Behind Protests Caught
  • Curfew Back With One More Death In Valley
  • PM To Meet All-party Delegation From Jammu & Kashmir Tomorrow
  • Thirty-eight bodies recovered from debris in GB
  • Leh Floods: 90 Foreigners Rescued From Zanskar Valley
  • Toll mounts to 138, slush hampers search for survivors
  • Both Factions Of Hurriyat Reject Centre’s Offer Of Dialogue
  • Latest In Kashmir: Curfew Relaxed In Uptown Srinagar
  • AJK Flood Victims Still Waiting For Relief
  • Leh death toll 132, 450 injured
  • 120 killed, 425 injured; 100 missing in cloud bursts in Leh CRPF camp
  • Manmohan Calls Meeting Of J&K Parties On Aug. 10
  • Centre Ready For Dialogue With All Sections In J&K: Chidambaram
  • After A Week, No Deaths In Kashmir Protests Today
  • 11 killed in cloudburst, flash floods; Leh cut-off
  • No Political Package On Kashmir Before Normality: Manmohan
  • 49 Deaths Later, Omar Reaches Out
  • 1 More Killed In CRPF Firing In Valley, Toll 29
  • The Only Package Kashmir Needs Is Justice
  • Kashmir: Chilling Stories Of The Children Of Conflict
  • Geelani Sees Comeback Chance Amid Kashmir Unrerst
  • Another Youth Dies In Police Firing In Kashmir
  • Pakistan Man Concocted UN Secretary General's J&K Remark
  • ‘Mehbooba Party Fanning Public Protest’
  • NR suspends operations in Valley indefinitely
  • 5 More Die As Violence Continues In Kashmir
  • Sonia Asks PDP To Show Maturity
  • What The CM Did Not Say
  • Stop Stone-pelting: Geelani’s Plea
  • Mobs Defy Curfew In Kashmir, 8 Killed
  • Langars Bail Out People At Hospital In Jammu And Kashmir
  • My Politics Is Politics Of Truth, Says Omar In His Appeal For Peace
  • CCS Favours Two-pronged Approach To Tackle Kashmir Situation
  • Eight More Killed, PM Calls CCS Meet
  • JULY

  • Alam & Andrabi The Quiet Hawks Behind The Valley’s Angry Mobs
  • 3 Teams To Monitor Kashmir's Strife-torn Districts
  • Curfew fails to buy peace; 2 more killed in firing
  • AJK PM In Quandary Over Naming Cabinet
  • Flash Floods Wreck Havoc In Kupwara
  • Centre For ‘quiet Dialogue' With All Groups In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Separatist Writ: Friday The New Sunday In Kashmir Valley?
  • 4 killed, dozens injured as Valley goes up in flames
  • Kashmir Situation Still Retrievable: Saifuddin Soz
  • In Kashmir, Pro-freedom Agitators Chop Off Sikh Youth’s Hair
  • India objects to Sino-Pak road and rail link
  • Attique sworn in as AJK premier
  • Strike paralyses life in Kashmir again
  • U.N. Chief Concerned Over Kashmir Situation; Calls For Peace
  • 'Govt Aware Of Anti-India Elements In Pak Fomenting Trouble In J&K'
  • British PM Rules Out Mediation On Kashmir
  • Attique nominated for post of AJK prime minister
  • Kashmir's Young Chief Minister Tested Amid Efforts To Quell Protests
  • Commission To Probe Kashmir Valley Violence
  • Normal life returns to Valley for a day
  • Pakistani Kashmir PM Resigns Ahead Of Confidence Vote
  • Militant Killed In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Two vehicles torched, dozen damaged; highway blocked for 10 hours
  • After Normal Sunday, Kashmir Tense Again On Monday
  • Kashmir Unrest Partially Suspends Indo-Pak Trade
  • Address Kashmir Problem With Humane Approach: Tarigami
  • Srinagar Buzzes With Life After A Week
  • Unemployed Former Terrorists Pose Grave Threat To Kashmir
  • Omar Seeks 30,000 New Kashmiri Cops To Replace CRPF
  • Shutdown, Clashes Mark End Of 4th Protest Chart
  • Civil Society Calls For Efforts To Resolve Kashmir
  • Terms Of Kashmir Dialogue Finalised
  • India Agrees To Allow Pak Inspection Of J-K Hydropower Plants
  • The Ugly World Of Kashmir's Online Rebels
  • People Defy Cordon In Bl’a, Sopore, Isl’bad And Bandipora
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Says Frequent Strikes In Kashmir Not Good Option
  • SC Records Pak Hand Behind Kashmir Militancy
  • Demoralized & Helpless, J&K Cops Refuse Field Duty
  • Deal firmly with destabilising forces, free political detenues: NC
  • Kashmir's Bizarre New “normal”
  • Lal Chowk Attack Mastermind Killed
  • Chinese proposal for Attabad lake accepted by govt
  • In Kashmir, YouTube Generation Defines New Struggle
  • Curfew Imposed In Baramulla, Restriction Continue In Kashmir
  • Water Dispute Raises Tension Between India And Pakistanis
  • Kashmiris Rally Against Travel Restrictions
  • CPI(M) Wants Political Dialogue In Kashmir
  • Curfew, Curfew-like Restrictions Back In Kashmir
  • Kashmir An Impediment In Ties: Hillary
  • LeT Commander Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Army chief stands by J&K remarks
  • Another Youth Killed In Kashmir
  • Curfew-like Situation In Kashmir
  • Slain LeT comdr’s wife turns out to be a top militant
  • Army Lodges Protest With Pakistan On Ceasefire Violations
  • Diamer-Bhasha dam project approved by CCI
  • Ignore The Kashmir Hawks
  • Hiding ultras trained in jungle warfare
  • Omar Plans To Cut Off Foreign Funding For Protesters
  • Tension Continues: After 21 Days, Kashmir Still Strained
  • J&K Fake Encounter: Col, Major Among 11 Chargesheeted
  • Major, 2 jawans injured as 2-4 ultras remain at large
  • In Kashmir, Stone Throwers Face Off With Indian Security Forces
  • Separatists Call March, Curfew Back In Srinagar
  • Pakistan Has Nothing To Do With Kashmir Infiltration: Qureshi
  • 2 LeT Militants Killed As Army Operation Enters 3rd Day In Poonch
  • Serious cease-fire violations at two places in Poonch
  • Violent Protests Break Out In Kashmir
  • Time to act against terror: Krishna to Pak
  • Former CIA Official Urges Early Solution Of Kashmir Dispute
  • Protesters, Police Face Off On Streets Of Kashmir
  • Major Killed In Jammu And Kashmir, Gunfight Still On
  • CCI to approve Diamer-Bhasha dam
  • Pakistani Official Vows To Fight India For Kashmir
  • Valley Shut On Martyrs’ Day
  • Major killed, Col among 6 hurt in Mendhar gunbattle
  • Police Widens Crackdown
  • Congress not in favour of change of guard in J&K: Chavan
  • 'Probe Kashmir Civilian Killings'
  • Protests Wane In Kashmir As Govt Lifts Curfew
  • We've Failed To Build On The Gains In Kashmir: Army Chief
  • A Youth’s Death In Kashmir Renews A Familiar Pattern Of Crisis
  • Curfew Lifted Across Kashmir
  • Breather For Valley, Omar, But PDP Ignores PM Call For Meet
  • Govt Picks Up Terror Chatter, Sounds High Alert For Amarnath Yatra
  • Army May Be Withdrawn Next Week: Omar
  • Curfew Reimposed In Parts Of Indian Kashmir
  • Kashmir Situation Is Internal Indian Matter: US
  • Credibility dented but I won't run away: Omar
  • China to build two highways in Gilgit-Baltistan
  • Martyr-making: Hizb Too In Touch With Pakistan-based Terror Outfit
  • Clashes In Kashmir As Curfew Is Relaxed
  • Pak Dismisses India's Concern Over Pak-China Rail Link
  • Intercepts Show Pak Link
  • Dithering Omar Seen To Be Encouraging Troublemakers
  • Curfew in more areas, Army again stages flag march
  • Centre Unhappy With ‘reluctant’ Omar Crowd Control Not Army Job: Delhi
  • Centre Wants Army To Act As 'deterrent' In Kashmir
  • BSF Trooper Killed On Kashmir Border, Tensions Up
  • Chinese Rail Plan In PoK Worries India
  • Put Kashmir issue on hold: PoK PM
  • Poor Governance Behind Kashmir Ire?
  • Situation In Kashmir Matter Of Concern: Antony
  • Army Called In To Maintain Law And Order In Srinagar
  • Investigate potential of geo-thermal fields in J&K: Ansari
  • Another 12,500 Pilgrims Head For Amarnath
  • Time To Start Political Dialogue: Omar
  • Kashmir Valley Under Curfew, Restrictions
  • As Kashmir Burns - Who Cares!
  • Omar Reaches Out To Civil Society
  • Normal life resumes in Valley as police crackdown on stone-pelters
  • The Stone War
  • 4 infiltrators killed on LoC in Kupwara
  • Jammu Snubs Bandh Call
  • Kashmir Is A Political Issue, Says Mirwaiz
  • Curfew Reimposed In Anantnag After Fresh Troubles
  • Govt. Compromising On Kashmir Issue Under US Pressure: Pak MNA
  • Kashmir Tense But Amarnath Yatra Moves Smoothly
  • 60 Injured In Clashes In J&K
  • Talks for Kishanganga arbitration court on July 6
  • More para-military, Armed Police withdrawn from districts
  • Omar Deputes Ministers To Hotspots
  • Amid Curfew, Clashes Continue In Kashmir
  • Age Of The Stone Wars In Kashmi
  • JUNE

  • Amarnath Yatra Amid Tight Security
  • Army Chief Advocates Political Initiative On Kashmir
  • Centre Accuses Lashkar-e-Toiba Of Stoking Fire In Kashmir
  • It's Peace At Gunpoint In Curfew-clamped Valley
  • Kashmiris will decide the fate of Kashmir, says Qureshi
  • PDP Fuelling Tension In Kashmir: NC Parliamentarian
  • Kashmir On The Edge, Omar Appeals For Peace
  • 3 Protesters Killed In Protests In Indian Kashmir
  • Hurriyat Leaders Placed Under House Arrest
  • Tense Omar Dials Delhi
  • Had no option but to open firing: CRPF
  • Kid, Youth Killed In CRPF Firing, Kashmir On Boil
  • Army Clarifies On Chief’s AFSPA Remark
  • Fearing Students' Protests, Schools Shut For Two Days In Kashmir
  • 1 More Shot, J&K Says CRPF ‘out Of Control’
  • Tunnel Through Tricky Terrain
  • Neelum Jhelum Hydroelectric Project - An Environment Disaster
  • Timber Smugglers Turn Tourist Guides
  • Demand For Changes In AFSPA For Political Gains : Army Chief
  • Judicial Probe Into J&K Civilian Killings
  • 2 Teens Among 5 Dead After J&K Encounter
  • 100 Detained In Crackdown On Stone Pelters In Kashmir
  • PC meets Malik, presses for action against Saeed
  • Row over legal team for Kishanganga Dam case
  • Pak Again Plays K Card, Says 'look Into Kashmir First'
  • India, Pak exchange proposals on terrorism, Kashmir
  • Separatists Real Enemies Of The People, Says J-K Minister
  • Kashmir Separatists Unveil Grand Agitation Programme On Streets, Social Networking Sites
  • Rs12.98 Billion Budget For Gilgit-Baltistan
  • His Frozen Turbulence
  • India, Pak To Discuss Terror, Kashmir On Thursday
  • First In 3 Years: Colonel Killed In Kashmir
  • China Could Also Mount Pressure On Pakistan To Abandon Militancy, Says U.S. Think Tank
  • Omar Blames Hartal Politics For Killings
  • Restrictions, Separatist Strike Hit Life In Srinagar
  • Top LeT Commander Killed In Kashmir
  • Emotions Run High As Kashmiri Pandits Come Home
  • Kashmiri Separatists Threaten To Continue Agitation
  • Omar Abdullah Announces New Package For Surrendered Militants
  • Pak Troops Fire At Indian Post
  • Hurriyat Conference To Observe Jammu And Kashmir Shutdown On Monday
  • Delhi May Dilute Army’s ‘Holy Book’
  • Srinagar On The Boil As Youth Is Killed In Police Firing
  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire, Two Kashmiri Civilians Killed
  • Militants trigger 4 IED blasts on LoC
  • Kashmiri Pandits Seek Refugee Status
  • Why Geelani didn’t object to yatra in PDP rule, asks Omar
  • Tension Brews In Jammu & Kashmir Over Amarnath Yatra
  • Kashmir Abode Of Communal Harmony: Dr Karan Singh
  • 'Restrict Hindu Pilgrimages In Kashmir To 15 Days Or Face Opposition', Geelani
  • Pakistani Among Two Militants Killed In Kashmir
  • ‘Kashmir Boy Died Of Bullet Injury’
  • Separatist Leader Held, Released In Kashmir
  • Juvenile Protesters Among 100 Held In Police Clampdown In Kashmir
  • Locals start widening Hunza lake spillway
  • HM commander shot dead in Doda
  • Geelani For End To Stone Throwing
  • Pak's Punjab Govt Funded JuD After 26-11
  • Kishanganga: India Invites Pakistan To Finalise Umpires
  • The Jungle Laws Of Kashmir
  • Pakistan Has No Locus Standi In Gilgit Baltistan
  • Court rejects Army plea in Macchil killings
  • Life Back To Normal In Valley
  • Only 500 Militants Active In Kashmir: J&K Police Chief
  • LeT, Hizbul Try To Weaken Each Other In Kashmir
  • Mufti To Govt: Look Beyond Bullet, Bayonet
  • AFSPA Is ‘holy Book’ For Troops: Army
  • Jammu And Kashmir To Generate 20,000 MW From Solar Energy By 2020
  • 600-800 ultras waiting to intrude
  • Pir Panjal: Militant Hideout To Motor Rally Venue
  • No Let-up In Srinagar Protests
  • Security Forces Train Kashmiri Villagers To Combat Infiltration Bids
  • Kashmir Traders To Use Indian Rupee For All Transactions
  • Railways Brings Highest, Tallest, Bridge To Kashmir
  • Shutdown In Baramulla
  • Kashmir Boy's Killing: All Fingers Point Towards Security Forces
  • J-K Govt. Promotes Border Tourism
  • 17-year-old Dies In Stone-pelting Clash In Srinagar
  • The Kashmir Dilemma
  • Kashmir Biggest Hurdle In Relations Between India, Pak: Mirwaiz
  • India To Break Pak Ice Before Kashmir Talks
  • Rescue Team Reaches Stranded Goatherds In Kashmir Mountains
  • No talks on Kashmir with Pak for now: India
  • The Valley At The Centre Of The Kashmir Insurgency
  • Jammu Militant Shown As Pakistani Terrorist By Police
  • US Raises Pitch On K Issue
  • Lashkar Phone Intercepts Triggered PM Security Overhaul In Srinagar
  • India Urged To Prosecute Kashmir Soldiers
  • Mehbooba Mufti Wants Revocation Of Special Powers Act For Kashmir
  • Machil Encounter Dominates Political Parties' Meeting With PM
  • Manmohan Announces Over Rs.1,000-crore Sops For J&K
  • PM Talks Peace, Srinagar Shuts
  • LeT Commander Feels The Heat, Seeks Pakistan Return
  • NC Wants Autonomous Status Restored
  • Manmohan Singh Reaches Out To Kashmiri Separatists
  • PM Begins Jammu & Kashmir Visit Amid Shutdown
  • The Best Of Times In Srinagar
  • PM In J&K, To Reach Out To Separatists
  • GOC: Trust Men But Difficult To Say Every Encounter Correct
  • J&K Fake Encounter: Colonel Removed, Major Suspended
  • Mirwaiz Proposes, Omar Doubts
  • Other Encounters Also Under Scanner, Says Omar
  • Omar: Discussion On Amending Armed Forces Act In Advanced Stage
  • Make 21st Century Violence Free: Dalai Lama To World Leaders
  • State Of Denial
  • Machhil Deaths: Commanding Officer Attached
  • Banned JuD Back To Its 'free Kashmir From India' Demagoguery
  • Anti-Israel Protests In Kashmir
  • Cross-LoC trade in jeopardy
  • India urged to reduce military presence in Kashmir
  • Killers Won’t Be Spared: CM
  • Yasin Malik On Hunger Strike In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Mulls Comprehensive Opinion Poll
  • Removing Army From North Kashmir Has Helped Militants
  • Water team returns 'dissatisfied'
  • Differences resolved on Baglihar, Uri-II, Chutak
  • Food, Fodder Dropped For Kashmir's Snow-trapped Nomads
  • Militants under intense pressure from to infiltrate: GOC
  • Pakistan Water Commissioner Denies Allegations Of India Stealing Pak's Water
  • India, Pakistan Resolve Baglihar Issue
  • MAY

  • AJK President, PM Visit GB First Time In 63 Years
  • Mirwaiz Rules Out Talks With Centre
  • Minister: India Won't Send More Troops To Kashmir
  • Turtuk, Batalik becoming favourite tourist destinations
  • Jammu And Kashmir Police Recruit Women
  • Centre Asked To Rescue Stranded Nomads From J&K Mountain Ranges
  • Mehbooba Faces Public Ire While Visiting Kin Of Slain Youths
  • Army Orders High-level Probe Into Kashmir Fake Gunfight
  • Indus Water Talks Today
  • Sonia Promises All Help To Make Kashmir Progressive
  • Kupwara 'encounter': Jawan Held, Major's Arrest Sought
  • Fake Encounter Sparks Uproar In Kashmir
  • 'US Consistently Pressing Pakistan To Rein In Anti-India Terror Groups'
  • Cooperate In Probe: Omar Tells Army
  • Eminent citizens warn Centre on anycompromise over Kashmir
  • Kashmir A Dispute: British HC
  • Just 2% Of People In J&K Want To Join Pak: Survey
  • Srinagar Erupts Over 'encounter' Of Three Youths
  • Sonia Cancels Srinagar Trip, Will Visit Jammu
  • LoC Battleground Turns Tourist Spot
  • Pakistani PM announces relief package for Hunza
  • Two militants killed in Kupwara
  • Kashmiri Youth Shouldn't Be Stereotyped: Faesal
  • 'First' Kashmir Survey Produces 'startling' Results
  • NC, PP Welcome PM's Talk Offer
  • United Jehad Council Counters Talk’s Offer With Own Terms
  • Stapled visa to figure during Prez visit to China
  • BSF Trooper Injured In Firing From Across Kashmir Border
  • Kashmir Issue Should Be Solved Through Talks: Gilani
  • Govt ready for talks with all groups in J&K: PM
  • Rs100m Punjab grant for Hunza lake victims
  • ‘LeT Men Told Us: Help Us Liberate Kashmir’
  • Omar Wants Separatists On Board For K-solution
  • Barbaric Act : Omar
  • Pak Troops Violate Ceasefire, Heavy Exchange Of Fire In Pooch
  • Amnesty Concludes Jammu & Kashmir Visit
  • 'Govt Thwarting Return Of Migrants To Valley'
  • Kids Lured To Jihad In Kashmir
  • Hunza IDPs outraged by govt 'apathy'
  • No closure of Srinagar airport: Antony to Omar
  • Arms seized from militants can raise 42 new bns
  • Omar: Assess Losses To J&K From Indus Water Treaty
  • Manmohan Must Hold Meaningful Talks With Kashmiri People: Mirwaiz
  • Experts Warn Of High Tidal Wave In Hunza
  • Harassment Of Political Workers Must Stop In Pakistani Administered Kashmir
  • Quiet Diplomacy Working: Pillai
  • Six Die In Indian Kashmir Fighting: Police
  • VDCs to meet challenge of infiltration
  • LeT Trained Shahzad To Fight In Kashmir: Report
  • The Reasonable Separatist
  • Six Die In Indian Kashmir Fighting: Police
  • 'Silence Can Become Eerie In Kashmir'
  • Report On Religious Radicalization In Kashmir Released
  • 2 Jawans Killed In Ambush Near LoC
  • Amnesty Team In Kashmir After 20 Years, Meets Separatists
  • Hunza flood could affect 40,000 people: official
  • PM To Visit J&K In June To Restart Dialogue Process
  • 13 Die In J&K's Second Biggest Drive Against Ultras In 45 Days
  • Amnesty Team On Rare Visit To Indian Kashmir: Officials
  • Upsurge in lake as glacier collapses
  • Police Creates 'counter-rebels' To Check Stone Throwing
  • LeT militant received e-mails from Pak
  • Surging lake in Hunza forces villagers to flee
  • Kashmir Terrorists Get Pay Hike
  • Gulmarg Golf Course To Have World-Class Facilities
  • Celebrity In Valley, UPSC Topper To Get 24x7 Security
  • 800 Kashmiris In PaK Camp: Arrested Militant
  • Enumerating Only Residents In Households: Faktoo
  • City Aghast At Srinagar's Dirt Ranking
  • Air-safaris To Open Virgin Valleys To Tourists In J&K
  • Who’s In And Who’s Out To Mark The Census In J&K
  • Kashmir Militants 'regrouping' In Pakistan
  • China Offered Guns, Sheikh Chose Peace: Omar
  • Fear Of Demographic Change And Politics
  • Infiltrators blast fencing but fail to intrude in RS Pura
  • Army plays down risk of flooding to villages
  • J&K Govt To Give Financial Aid To Slain Militants' Families
  • BPO Firm Engineers Reverse Migration In Kashmir
  • Antony: Dialogue Fine, But Shut Down Terror Camps
  • Resignations of CJs end AJK crisis
  • AJK PM Says He’s As Patriotic As Any Citizen Of Pakistan
  • Jammua And Kashmir Govt To Draft PPP Policy To Attract Investors
  • Militancy Graph Has Risen In Jammu-Kashmir: Omar
  • Tarbela can absorb Hunza water
  • ‘Four-point Plan On Kashmir’s Future Lacks Legitimacy’
  • JuD Threatens Force Against India’s ‘water Offensive’
  • Omar Promises Rehabilitation Policy For Youth Stuck In PoK
  • Kashmiri militant escapes from terror camp with Pakistani wife
  • Water Level In Hunza Lake May Inundate Third Village
  • Kashmiri Pandits Upheld Indian Cause In Kashmir At Cost Of Their Lives: BJP
  • Army Undertakes Recruitment Drive In Kashmir Valley
  • Clashes In Kashmir During Move To Summer Capital: Army
  • UK Elects 3 Kashmiri MPs
  • AJK Can Supply 25,000 MW Of Electricity To Pak
  • Security Forces Busted A Hideout,war-like Stores Recovered In J&K
  • It Is War Against Poppy Cultivation In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Kishanganga Hydropower Project
  • 6 militants, 2 jawans killed in Baramulla
  • Killers Of Faesal’s Father Are Long Dead: Police
  • I Want To Work For Peace In Kashmir: IAS Topper
  • Times Square Bomb Attempt Linked To Kashmir Militant Group Jaish-e-Muhammad
  • Kashmiris Can Compete With Best In India: Omar
  • From Violent Valley Childhood To UPSC Crest
  • India Snubs Pak Over Hydro Project
  • Army Major, Soldier Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Number Of Militants Go Down To 600
  • 'India, Pak Came Close To Demilitarisation Of Kashmir'
  • Old Kashmir policy stands revived: FM
  • 21 Infiltration Routes Along Indo-Pak Border In JK Identified
  • HuM Killed Basharat: DIG
  • Delhi Alert After Three Lashkar Modules Busted
  • Musharraf’s Policies Harmed Kashmir Cause, Says Qureshi
  • Mystery Shrouds Militant Commander’s Death
  • India Defaming Kashmir Struggle By Naming Saeed, Lakhvi In Mumbai Attacks: JuD
  • 6 boys heading to PoK nabbed by people at Kupwara
  • Another Blockade & Kashmir Will Starve
  • Delhi terror plot kingpin held in Srinagar
  • National Conference Peace Rally To Protest Stone-pelting In Kashmir
  • Indian, Pakistani Forces Trade Fire, Infiltration Foiled
  • Construction of Kishanganga project by India: Pakistan to move arbitration court
  • CBMs To Strengthen Cross-LoC Trade Approved: India
  • FM Slammed Over Water Issue
  • India, Pakistan Troops Exchange Fire, Infiltration Bid Foiled
  • Indian firing kills old man in AJK
  • APRIL

  • No Need For New Architecture For Engagement, Says Qureshi
  • One Killed In Kashmir Protests, Geelani Detained
  • Indian Army Foils Kashmir Infiltration Bid, 3 Dead
  • Stone-pelters Kill Civilian, Omar Slams Separatists
  • India-Pakistan Border Truce Helps Rare Kashmir Goat
  • Geelani Can’t Be Reinstated: Jamaat
  • Kashmir, Siachen Discussed: Qureshi
  • India, Pak agree to resume dialogue on terror, Kashmir
  • Cross-border Talking
  • Separatist Unity Moves Jolted In Kashmir
  • J&K CM Welcomes Manmohan-Gilani Talk
  • Kashmir A Matter Of Life And Death For Pakistan: Fazl
  • Why Azad Kashmir Is Called Azad?
  • Geelani Calls Mahbooba’s Bluff, Says Give Up Seat
  • J&K To Get Its First Artificial Lake By 2012
  • ‘Interim Pact’ On Kashmir Was For 15 Years: Kasuri
  • After a long wait, 32 cross LoC to visit PoK
  • Indian Paramilitary Soldier Killed In Kashmir Attack
  • Mufti Sold Kashmir Identity For Power: NC
  • Kashmir Solution Imperative: PM
  • Abdullahs Host Glitterati In Aid Of Kashmir's Children
  • Army Chief Shunts Out Two COs In Valley For Civilian Deaths
  • Mirwaiz Demands Withdrawal Of Troops, Revocation Of AFSPA
  • Jammu Ban On Islamic Channels
  • Consensus within Indian govt needed on Kashmir: FM
  • PaK PM Warns Against Unrest Over CJ Row
  • APHC Protests Death Sentence To Kashmiris In 1996 Bomb Blast Case
  • Violent Protests In Kashmir Over Army's Midnight Shootout
  • Cold Claims Lives Of Five Nomads In Kashmir
  • 'Kashmiri Pandits Don't Need Salahuddin's Certificate'
  • Kashmir Protests Death Penalty In Delhi Bombing
  • Kashmir Pact Was Just A Signature Away
  • Misquil Bagh To Rahat: In Her Grandmother-in-law’s Footsteps
  • Intra-Kashmir Trade Hampering Lawful Imports
  • Separatists Aghast, Call For Shutdown Today
  • Three Kashmir Rebels Get Death Penalty For 1996 Delhi Blasts
  • Now, Enjoy DJ Parties At Houseboats On Dal Lake
  • Sajjad Flays Separatists For “Tried, Tested And Failed” Strategy
  • Organiser Arrested Before J&K Separatist Meet
  • Srinagar-Leh Highway Closed
  • Kashmiri Blood Not Cheap: Omar
  • Kashmiri Pandits Demand Their Inclusion In Kashmir Talks
  • J&K Militants Go Hi-tech, Recruit Women
  • The Kashmir Challenge This Summer
  • Salahuddin’s Kin Get Passport
  • Not a single visitor on cross-LoC bus
  • Bond Renewed After A Decade
  • Gilani Being Advised To Violate AJK Constitution
  • Kashmir An International Issue, Solution In Dialogue: Hurriyat
  • Kashmir Losing Its Mountains To Unabated Mining
  • Rajnath for political battle to end discrimination with Jammu
  • Indian Kashmir Man's Body Exhumed After Protests
  • Protest Staged In Jammu Kashmir After Youth Drowns In River
  • Geelani Visits Afzal Guru In Tihar Jail
  • A ‘blueprint’ For Kashmir Solution!
  • APHC Wants Pakistan Inclusion In Kashmir Talks
  • Old Wounds, Fresh Attacks In Kashmir
  • ISI used LeT to foment anti-India passion in Kashmir: UN
  • Centre Bans SMS In J&K, Then Backtracks
  • 10-member GB Cabinet Announced
  • Jammu And Kashmir Govt Spent Rs318 Crore Without Budgetary Provisions: CAG
  • Mirwaiz Talks Business
  • Hurriyat Proposes New Kashmir Solution Roadmap
  • AFSPA dilution will impinge operations: Army chief
  • Kashmir: Art In The Shadow Of Militancy
  • Separatists Condemn Sopore Youth’s Killing
  • 2 Children Killed In Kashmir Explosion
  • Striking J&K Employees Return To Work
  • Former Jammu And Kashmir Police Constable Convicted Of Being LeT Member
  • 4,000 Kashmir Employees Call Off Strike
  • Act Against Striking Employees: Court Tells J&K
  • Separatist Shutdown Cripples Life In Srinagar
  • Kupwara Ex-militants Feel ‘unsecure’
  • J-K Staff Strike: Headman, Youth Club Show The Way
  • Nawaz For SJC Proceeding To Solve AJK Judicial Crisis
  • Hafiz Warns Of Water War
  • Kashmir's Tulip Gardens, A Big Draw For Foreign Tourists
  • Jammu reeling under severe heat wave
  • 411 Surrendered Militants Benefited From Rehabilitation Policy In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Employee Stir Cripples Governance In J&K
  • Opening Of IHK Peaks May Result In Indo-Pak ‘clash’
  • Lal Chowk March Foiled
  • Separatists Reignite Regional Fire In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Jammu Parties Welcome Job Bill, Kashmir Leaders Angry
  • Gilgit Baltistan: Abdul Hamid Khan Adresses House Of Lords
  • Day 7: Deadlock Continues
  • India Opens Nearly 100 Himalayan Peaks To Mountain-climbing Foreigners
  • J&K Passes Controversial Jobs Bill
  • India Raises Concern Over China Stapling Visas For Kashmir Residents
  • Battle-lines drawn between coalition, opposition on bill
  • Despite Arrests, Employees Continue Strike In Kashmir
  • Gilgit-Baltistan Debate In London Shows Resentment Among Local Leaders
  • 'J-K Govt Fiddling With Data On Kashmiri Pandits'
  • J-K Set To Lose Rs 810 Crore As Employees, Govt Lock Horns
  • India Raises Issue Of Stapled Visas With China
  • Azad Kashmir Judicial Crisis Aggravates
  • Row ‘watered Down’: Pak Now Talks Wastage
  • Militant 'killed' In Kashmir Assassination Bid
  • Indian Army Rescues Four Teenagers From Militants' Captivity In Kashmir
  • Controversial J&K Bill Shelved
  • Jammu And Kashmir Police Activates 'Border Posts' To Tackle Infiltration
  • Over 4000 Kashmiri Migrant Families Wish To Return
  • Construction Works In PoK, Stapled Visas To Top Krishna’s China Agenda
  • Crisis in Azad Kashmir over issue of 'sacked' CJ
  • Attack fails to deter train passengers
  • Gilani Announces Rs15 Billion Grant For Gilgit-Baltistan
  • With K-word, Krishna To Visit China
  • Democracy In Pakistan Will Help Resolve Kashmir Issue: Sayeed
  • War Or Peace On The Indus?
  • Govt To Promote Hop Cultivation: Move To Encourage Liquor Industry In JK
  • Rajouri Gunfights Toll 26
  • Militants Blow Up Rail Track In J&K
  • 5 Pakistanis among 6 ultras eliminated
  • U.S. Asks Pakistan To Take Action Against Terror Groups
  • Govt In Secret Talks With Kashmir Separatists: RSS
  • He’s Not The Messiah, Locals Tell Rough Guide ‘Jesus Tomb’ Tourists
  • MARCH

  • NC Admits Failure Of Quiet Talks
  • Afghan Endgame And Fears Of Rise In Kashmir Violence
  • Militants Killed In J-K Encounter Identified As Pakistani Nationals
  • 5 Militants, 4 Troopers Killed
  • Chances For Kashmir Solution Fading Away: Mirwaiz
  • Geelani Not Our Representative: Amir Jama’at
  • Jammu And Kashmir Police Recover IED, RDX, Detonators In Rajouri
  • 3 Militants, Army Jawan Killed In Encounters In Rajouri
  • Multiple Challenges Threaten Kashmir’s Prized Spice
  • Pakistan Steps Up Water Dispute
  • Return Of Kashmiri Youth: Army Backs Govt
  • NC MLA weeps loudly in Assembly
  • Hot March Leads Kashmir Shepherds To Early Migration
  • As US Engages Pakistan, India Fears Escalation In Militancy
  • 2500 youths from J&K still stranded in PoK
  • 400 Terrorists Waiting In PoK To Sneak Into J&K
  • Delhi Sees Kashmir Through Pak Prism: Mirwaiz
  • 808 Kashmiri Pandit Families Living In Valley: Jammu & Kashmir
  • Separatists Urge People To Take Part In Census
  • 8 Militants Killed In Kashmir
  • Two LeT Militants Killed In Rajouri Gunbattle
  • Resolution Of Kashmir Issue Might Take Some More Time: Hurriyat Leader
  • Pakistan Keen On Keeping Kashmir On Boil: Report
  • Pak Says Tension On Border, Can’t Act Against Taliban
  • JK Using Only 14% Ground Water
  • Top Army Commander Briefs Kashmir Governor On Security Situation
  • 28 Pak Militants Get Consular Access
  • U.S. Says No To Pak’s Request For Mediation On Kashmir
  • Pakistan Still Hopes For U.S. Mediation On Kashmir
  • Troops Remobilised Along LoC
  • India Likely To Liberalise Cross-Kashmir Trade
  • Mirwaiz Seeks China’s Help To Resolve Kashmir Dispute
  • Pakistani Hardliners Vow Holy War To Liberate Kashmir
  • Don't pitch Jammu against Kashmir: Omar
  • 219 Kashmiri Pandits Killed By Militants Since 1989
  • Massacre Of Migratory Birds In Valley Wetlands
  • Mughal Road Nearing Completion
  • Pak Invites Jammu And Kashmir Hardliners For Talks, Ignores Moderates
  • Advani Blogs Art 370 Out
  • Kashmir’s Gun Manufacturing Industry Battling For Survival
  • More Army For LoC Vigil
  • Hizbul Upgrades War Against India In J&K
  • Kangan Blast Kills Major
  • 76% Of Militants Killed In Kashmir In 2 Years Are Foreigners
  • Phone Link Revival Will Help Ease LoC Trade Losses
  • Kashmir Struggle Not Extremism, Mirwaiz
  • 300 Militants Waiting To Infiltrate: Army Chief
  • Self-earning Schemes Initiated For Militancy Victims In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Hurriyat Hawk Syed Geelani's Yatra Call Angers Shrine Board
  • Armed Militants Roaming In City
  • 35,000 Troops Withdrawn From JK: Omar
  • Look Beyond Kashmir For Jobs, Chidambaram Tells Kashmiris
  • Govt to facilitate talks between Centre, separatists: CM
  • Kashmir Becoming Normal: Antony
  • Cops Hunt For Story In Bashir Ahmed Baba's Journalist Connection
  • Khan, Rashid Marshalled Out Of Jammu & Kashmir Assembly
  • Twin Terror Strikes In Valley Kill Six
  • Suspected Hizb Terrorist Brought To Anand For Investigation
  • Many Jammu-Kashmir Women Wish State Commission Could Actually Be Of Help
  • Pak Government Conspiring To Divide Kashmir Permanently: JUI Leader
  • Govt Wants To Release Arrears: Omar
  • NC, PDP row over Mughal, Muzaffarabad roads
  • With A Holi Pun, Terror Suspect Lands In ATS Net
  • Accord And Discord
  • Geelani supporters attack JKLF leaders with stones, knives
  • Permanent Resident Bill Of J&K Is Anti-Women
  • Indus Water: Facing Heat At Home, Pak Looks To Pin Blame Outside
  • Liquid Jihad: Water Lies To Boost Dampened Spirits
  • Kashmir Has 97000 Orphans, 32000 Widows: Study
  • 'Resolving Kashmir Issue Will Not Satisfy LeT'
  • Row Over Bill Denying Rights To Women Marrying Outside J&K
  • Employees End Strike With Massive Rally
  • Trring! Kashmiris Get A Line To Dial Pak
  • Do Pakistan’s Claims Over The Indus Hold Water?
  • Compensate Kashmir For Water Given To Pakistan, Says MP
  • Kashmir: Paradise Refound
  • LeT Group Of Savages Needs To Be Crushed: US Lawmakers
  • Tourist Inflow Picks Up In Kashmir
  • Pak snub to moderate separatists
  • Accord on compensation for dam project
  • Police Bust Militant Hideout In Jammu & Kashmir
  • PaK Cabinet For Kashmiris’ Inclusion In Talks
  • Cross-LoC trade crosses Rs 10 cr for first time
  • Grand Mufti Says Stone Throwing Un-Islamic
  • In 20 Years, J&K Witnesses 820 Group Clashes
  • PSA invoked on 25 stone pelting facilitators
  • Kashmir Sell-out In Saudi Arabia
  • Hunza lake poses threat to Tarbela dam
  • 15 Kashmiris Interrogated
  • Militant Killed
  • 10 Terrorist Chiefs Killed In J-K Since Jan, Claim Cops
  • 20 % Militants In JK Without Guns: Police
  • Govt to probe Rs 2004 cr financial mismanagement
  • India Imposed War On Pak By Building Illegal Dams
  • 'Talks With Indo-Pak Not A Sellout': ‘Unite For Kashmir Cause’
  • Kashmir In Rajya Sabha : 245 Militants Killed In 2009
  • Geelani's Dialogue Proposal To Resolve Kashmir Issue Hailed
  • Bengali Judge Breaks Barrier - ‘Punishment Posting’ Draws Words Of Support In Kashmir
  • Core Group Meeting At 15 Corps Hqrs
  • Pak deploying US equipments along J&K borders: Antony
  • J&K On Alert After Report That 20-25 Militants Slipped In On ‘special Mission’
  • Women Terrorists in Doda, Kishtwar
  • Delhi Hints Yes To Autonomy
  • PDP Loses Pullout Vote
  • Govt Says No To AFSPA Repeal, Troop-cut
  • Separatist Leader Geelani Ready To Hold Talks On Kashmir
  • BSF Commanding Officer Arrested For Kashmiri Teenager's Killing
  • Army Captain Killed In J&K Gunbattle
  • Gunfight On In Tral
  • AJK Remains A Training Ground For Militants: BBC
  • Holbrooke Debunks Talk Of US Mediation On Kashmir
  • Obama's Assured Me No Change In US Stand On Kashmir: PM
  • India and Pakistan have to give certain 'concessions' on Kashmir: Farooq
  • United Kashmir Can Link India And Pakistan: Mehbooba Mufti
  • Water Issue Can Lead To Nuclear War: Kasuri
  • India, Pak Trade Fire Across LoC
  • Govt Seeks Hurriyat Support To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • Centre Ready To Create Appropriate Environment For Return Of PoK Kashmiri Youths: PM
  • Four Stone-pelters Arrested For Killing Infant In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Shuts Against Sopore Tragedy
  • FEBRUARY

  • Who Fired On Qureshi, Hurriyat Asked Pak Foreign Secretary
  • Pak Will Have To Fight War If India Doesn't Talk: Saeed
  • Mild Quake Rocks Kashmir
  • Road link with China faces threat
  • Children Of A Violent Past See No Future
  • Tourists Make A Beeline For Gulmarg, A Skier’s Paradise
  • NC, PDP Face-off Over Facebook Controversy
  • NC-Cong reach alliance on LB elections
  • Army Called To Curfew-bound Kashmir Villages After Clashes
  • Kashmiri Militancy Fathered In Pakistan: Musharraf
  • Disappointing: Mirwaiz
  • Tough-talking Pakistan ‘rattled’ India
  • BJP Will Not Allow Pakistani People Into J&K: Nitin Gadkari
  • India, Pakistan Were Close To Solve The Kashmir Issue: Musharraf
  • Sectarian Clashes Trigger Tension In Kashmir Village
  • PDP created Rs 2004 cr liability: CM
  • Pioneer Editor Condemns Wilful Misrepresentation Of Views
  • Infant’s Death Causes Ruckus In Assembly
  • Protests In Jammu And Kashmir Over Beheading Of Sikhs
  • Indian Troops Killed In Kashmir Clash With Militants
  • Sikhs In Jammu And Kashmir Protest Taliban Act, Call Shutdown Tuesday
  • Stone-pelters Target Bus, 11-day-old Dies
  • We will expose PDP in Assembly: Omar
  • Troubled For A Year, J&K Cops Nab ‘kingpin’ Of Stone-pelters
  • India Plans Dam On River Chenab
  • Ahead Of Talks, Pakistan To Meet Kashmiri Leaders
  • Intra-Kashmir Trade To Figure In Delhi Talks
  • Arrests Trigger Clashes In Baramulla, Sopore, Srinagar
  • Kashmir-related CBMs Included In Feb 25 Talks Agenda: India
  • Terror Network Spreading Rapidly In South Kashmir
  • Boy killed by shell was miscreant: Police
  • Street Riots Greet Kashmir Peace Talks
  • Mirwaiz To Meet Pak Foreign Secy Ahead Of Indo-Pak Talks
  • ‘Infiltration From Pak Continues’
  • Violence Down, Infiltration Up In JK: Chidambaram
  • Protests In Gilgit And Diamer Against Killings
  • Hundreds Attend Militants’ Funeral
  • Two Jaish militants shot dead in Pulwama
  • Pak Miffed At Krishna Remark
  • Firing On Protesters In Chilas Leaves Two Dead
  • Kashmir Factor In Pune Attack?
  • 4 Kashmiris Arrested In Karnataka
  • Nothing wrong in return of militants: PC
  • 2 Militants Killed After 12-hr Gunfight
  • Jammu And Kashmir Awami National Conference Demands Repeal Of Afpsa
  • J&K's VHP To Launch Country-wide Agitation Over Surrender Policy
  • Bilateral Talks Are Futile: Mirwaiz
  • Army not to lower guard, terror threat persists: GOC
  • Do We Need A Kashmir Intifada?
  • PDP Voted Against Surrender Policy: Omar
  • Centre's Offer Of Amnesty To Kashmir Youths Delights Their Relatives
  • Court Rejects Police Remand For City Youth
  • Inqullabi, associate trapped in encounter
  • Yasin Malik Seeks A Place On India, Pakistan Dialogue Table
  • Khan Detained For ‘promoting’ Stone-pelting, Secessionism
  • No let up in intruders' number at IB, LoC
  • ‘India, Pakistan Should Take Bold Initiatives’, Tarigami
  • Omar Meets FM, Seeks NE-2007 Package For J&K
  • Kashmiri Youths PaK Return
  • BSF Suspends Officer Over Boy Death
  • HM div comdr, associate gunned down in Rajouri
  • Ex-Militants In Kashmir Rue Govt Apathy
  • Human Rights Watch Hails Arrest
  • 'Commandant Forced Me To Shoot J&K Teen', Arrested Constable
  • Infiltration on rise, terror camps not dismantled: Antony
  • Indo-Pak Talks Must Cover Kashmir Issue: Hizb Commander
  • On Butt’s Death Anniversary, Life Disrupted In Kashmir
  • Centre Welcomes Omar's Rehab Plan
  • Soldiers Killed In Kashmir Avalanches
  • BSF Hands Over Jawan For Killing Teen In J&K
  • Vested Interests Fomenting Trouble, Says Omar Abdullah
  • Kashmir, Water To Top Talks Agenda: Qureshi
  • Avalanche Hits Army Again
  • Pakistan Team May Inspect Water Project In Held Kashmir
  • J&K Intel Cop Killed By Militants In Sopore
  • Normalcy Returns To Valley
  • India Considering General Amnesty For Kashmiris
  • Presidency Has Record Of Kashmir Proposal: Kasuri
  • Mirwaiz’s March Foiled; Shifts Campaign To Internet
  • Avalanche Buries Army Base Near LoC, Kills 17 Soldiers
  • J&K can never be part of Pakistan: Farooq
  • DAY 7: Kashmir Paralyzed
  • Qureshi Rejects Musharraf Govt Claim On Kashmir
  • Hostile Groups Operating From Across The Border: Manmohan
  • Tourism In Kashmir Valley Hit Hard Due To Unrest
  • JuD Shows Ban 'meaningless', Organises Mass Rally In Lahore
  • 26-11 Mastermind Ups Kashmir Ante
  • 'Blood For Blood' Chants Mark Funeral In Kashmir
  • Protests Over Kashmir Boy's Death
  • US Ties India-Pak Talks To Afghanistan
  • Pak Army To Remain 'India Centric' Unless Issues Like Kashmir Resolved : Kayani
  • JuD Vows To Take Kashmir By Force
  • Pakistan Committed To ‘just, Peaceful’ Kashmir Solution
  • Who’s Who Of Terror Meet In PoK, Vow Jihad
  • Jamaat-ud-Dawa Collects Funds For Jihad Against India & US From PoK Mosques
  • Wage Jehad For Kashmir Freedom, Says Nizami
  • 30 Hurt In Continued Kashmir Clashes: Police
  • Jammu And Kashmir Padma Awardee Cries Threat To Life
  • Obama Must Encourage Kashmir-talks: US Services Chief
  • War Against India Inevitable If Kashmir Dispute Not Solved Soon: Speakers
  • Amid border problems, Ramesh favours Indo-China initiative on glaciers
  • Indian Kashmir Shuts Down To Protest Death Of Teenage Boy Killed By Police Tear Gas Shell
  • Five Dams Being Built In Occupied Kashmir
  • Valley Rulers At Odds On Padma
  • Kashmiri Politicians Call For Resumption Of Indo-Pak Dialogue
  • Kashmir Police, Protesters Clash After Boy's Death
  • PC Sounds Infiltration Alert
  • Filling Of Mangla, Hydropower Projects In Jeopardy
  • JANUARY

  • Gujjars Lose Unique Yarkandi-Bakerwali Horse: Study
  • Sopore Encounter Over, Militants Escape Again
  • Entrusting law & order to J&K police ultimate aim
  • January Witnessed Sharp Rise In Infiltration
  • Plantation Chokes Wullar
  • Resume Dialogue With Pakistan, PDP Urges Central Government
  • JKLF Announces 10-day Programme, Calls Strike On February 11
  • The Call Of Kashmir
  • Kashmir Snowed, Reprieve From Dry Spell
  • No composite dialogue with Pak : India
  • Sharif Calls For Urgent Resolution To Kashmir Issue
  • Indian Soldiers Killed In Kashmir
  • My Selection Proves Kashmir’s Indivisibility: Mehr-un-Nissa
  • Police Arrest 8 Minors On Way To PoK
  • Ceasefire Violations Should Not Hijack Indo-Pak Dialogue: Omar
  • Pak Not Behind Kashmir Attacks: Gilani
  • BJP Condemns Non-hoisting Of Tricolour At Lal Chowk
  • India Likely To Face A Bloody Summer
  • Terrorism Cause Of Pandits' Migration From Valley: Congress
  • ‘Defused’ Bomb Goes Off In Rawalakot; 13 Injured
  • Mobile Phone Services Jammed In Jammu And Kashmir
  • India, China border guards meet at Leh on R-Day
  • Heavy Firing At India-Pakistan Border, Army On Alert
  • India 'foils Border Infiltration Bid' In Kashmir
  • Police Foil Kashmir Plot To Attack Republic Day
  • US' Kashmiri Pandits Seek Help For Separate Homeland
  • Reflect On Misery Caused To People: J&K Guv To Separatists
  • Concerns Of AJK
  • LoC people pray for peace
  • Monthly Targets To Avoid Lapses And Under-Utilization Of Annual Plan
  • Valley Police Face Human-shield Slur
  • J-K Law Bars Dalits From Getting SC Certificate
  • Kashmir Dispute No Breeding Ground For Terrorism: Gates
  • BSF asks Rangers to check militant movement near their posts on IB
  • Border Fences Cut, Security Alert In J&K
  • Terrorists May Try To Sabotage J&K Situation: Antony
  • Can’t Stop Mumbai Type Strikes: Pak
  • No setback for Peace Process despite ceasefire violations: Chavan
  • India Protests Ceasefire Violations
  • Kashmiriyat Incomplete Without Kashmiri Pandits
  • Army Advocates Troop-cut
  • Lashkar Hideout Busted In Kishtawar
  • Centre Lifts Ban On Prepaid SIM In J&K, Strong Checks In Place
  • Kashmir's Common Man Fears A Return To Violent Days
  • Pak will make more intrusion bids: DGP
  • US Warns India Of Militant Strike: ‘Attack Can Trigger Indo-Pak War’
  • Keep Good Relation With India For Own Interest: Omar To Pakistan
  • Gujjars, Bakerwals Demand Implementation Of Mandal Commission In J-K
  • Another ceasefire violation in Poonch
  • Troop Reduction In J&K Unlikely Soon
  • Two Soldiers Killed By Indian Firing Across LoC
  • Policemen Injured In Landmine Blast In Kashmir
  • Army Differs With J&K Admn On Chinese Incursions
  • NC Opposes Division Of J&K
  • 'Talks With China In Progress Over Border Disputes'
  • JeM Militant Linked To Ayodhya Attack Killed In Kashmir
  • India's Waiting For Pak Stand
  • ‘PC To Have Greater Say On Kashmir’
  • Jaish chief Dawood Khan gunned down in Mendhar
  • Pakistan Gets To Hurriyat, Kills Kashmir Talks
  • Displaced Kashmiri Pandits To Observe 19th January As Holocaust Day
  • Govt will provide security to KPs ready to return: CM
  • No Threat From India: Zardari; ‘Kashmir To Be Resolved Through Dialogue’
  • Kashmir Suicide Bomber Strikes Pakistani Soldiers
  • ‘Massive Troop Cut On Cards’
  • ‘India Wants Cordial, Peaceful Relations With Pak And China’
  • More Fidayeen Attacks Feared In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Police Station Attacked
  • Army Chief Rules Out Troop Cut In Kashmir
  • Peace Bus Bubble: Only 7 Cross Sides On LOC
  • Delhi Sends Feelers To Geelani
  • Three Killed In Kashmir Battle: Police
  • 2 Militants Killed In Kulgam
  • Forces across border jittery over normalcy in J&K: Antony
  • Strictly Honouring Commitment On Border:China
  • Defence Minister Antony Denies Allegations Of China Grabbing Indian Territory
  • Pulwama Encounter Ends, Two Terrorists Killed
  • Terror Grips Border Areas After Truce Violations
  • Pulwama Encounter Ends, Two Terrorists Killed
  • Pakistan Up To Something Big, Army Informs Antony
  • BSF Jawan Dies In Firing By Pak Troops
  • The Kashmiri Militant With His Mind Now On Marriage
  • Yasin Malik Sceptical Of Road Map To Bring Peace To Jammu And Kashmir
  • Srinagar Attackers: Jihadi Ko Shayari Aa Gayi...
  • Deadline For Evacuation Of Illegal Afghan Immigrants Extended For Five Days
  • RSS May Go Against J&K Autonomy
  • PDP For Reunification Of Divided Kashmir
  • Lashkar-e-Zil Behind Azad Kashmir Suicide Hits
  • Lashker-e-Taiba Is Still Active, Says Omar Abdullah
  • Militants Making A Comeback In Kashmir
  • Large Number Of Militants Waiting To Cross Over: GOC Tiger Div
  • Boy Dies Of Bullet Wounds; Clashes In Kashmir
  • Result Oriented Talks Between New Delhi, Separatists Must: Omar
  • Day after Lal Chowk: 2 militants killed in Khrew
  • Lal Chowk Incident Shows J&K Still Vulnerable To Attacks: PC
  • Centre Defends Ban On Pre-paid Mobiles
  • LoC Trade Remains Suspended
  • This Is A Pak Conspiracy: J&K DGP
  • After 22-hr Ops, Troops Clear Lal Chowk
  • Pakistan Men Guided Srinagar Attackers
  • Zardari Drops Kashmir-bomb, Says Ready For '1000-yr Ideological War' With India
  • Pak Asks Separatists To Unite
  • Suicide Bomber In PoK Kills Five Soldiers
  • Fidayeen Lay Siege To Srinagar Hotel
  • Scope To Cut Troops In Kashmir: NSA
  • Reducing Forces’ Footprints In Kashmir My Biggest Achievement: Omar
  • AJK Premier Urges Pak To Revisit Kashmir Policy
  • Kashmir’s Liberation Pak Responsibility: Zardari
  • 100 Restricted Peaks In Ladakh To Be Thrown Open For Tourists
  • Army Sounds Alert Along LoC In Uri
  • Border Tensions Hit ONGC’s Exploration Work In J&K
  • Centre Okays Rs 9,000 Cr For Jammu-Srinagar Highway
  • Kids From Violence-torn Kashmir Preach Peace
  • Autonomy Only Viable Solution To Resolve Kashmir Issue: Sagar
  • Gujjars Move HC Over Protection Of Monuments
  • China’s Role In AJK Projects Illegal: Krishna
  • 2 Soldiers Hurt In First Militant Attack In Kashmir In 2010
  • Kashmir Solution Lies In ‘Aman Ki Asha’: Mirwaiz
  • Youths Rally In Kashmir For Return Of Pandits
  • 1947 Refugees Oppose Job Quotas For Kashmiri Pandits
  • 4272 Applications Filed By Migrants For Return To Kashmir
  • Resolve Kashmir in 2010: Mirwaiz to India, Pak
  • Pakistan Rejects Indian Claim On Jammu And Kashmir: FO
  • JK Integral Part Of India Courtesy Accession: MEA


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