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News Archives 2012

Peace, harmony, recriminations and disappointments were all part of the year 2011. While there was no violence in the summer of 2011 as compared to the turbulent times in previous years, the mood in Kashmir remained sullen, tinged with disappointment and the unfulfillment of promises. Militancy was down but all indicators suggested that cross border terrorists were once again regrouping to cross over and create increased instability during 2012. Ceasefire violations by Pakistani security forces along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) registered an increase towards the latter part of the year.

Jammu & Kashmir saw record tourists in 2011 and many an ordinary Kashmkiri rejoiced at the decrease in violence levels and the resumption of the tourist inflow which is always a welcome development. An estimated 12 million tourists visited the state in 2011.

However, lack of violence did not suggest that "normalcy' had returned to the state. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah tried but could not dissuade the Army from lifting the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act from parts of the state. This was a great disappointment as was the Indian government's inability to act on the report submitted by their Interlocutors appointed to suggest confidence building measures for the people of the state. These developments helped the separatist camp step up rhetoric against the Omar Abdullah government. The main Opposition party in the state, the Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP), too stepped up its attacks on the ruling party, creating a tense political atmosphere.

The year 2012 has opened up with the hope that something concrete would be done to meet the aspirations of the people of Jammu & Kashmir and create conditions conducive for the return of normalcy.

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DECEMBER

  • Protest Strike Marks 2012 Conclusion In Kashmir
  • Army Subverting Peace: NC
  • Kashmir To Jammu Rail Link Likely To Open In March
  • 119 Suicides In 2012: People Turning Insular, Society In False Competition
  • Curfew In Pulwama For Third Day
  • Poor Infra Keeps JK From DCT
  • ‘Pickle King Of Kashmir’ Tells A Tale Optimism
  • Nearly 50,000 Weapons Seized In J&K In 23 Years Of Militancy
  • Afghan War Will Spill Over Into India If Kashmir Issue Not Resolved: Mirwaiz
  • Army, BSF Create 3 Lines Of Security To Tackle Intrusions In Fog
  • Malik In Lock-Up For Retrieving Jaleel Andrabi’s Body
  • Incident Eye-opener For Non-violence Preachers: Kashmir Politician
  • Indian Troops Kill Two Suspected Militants In Kashmir
  • About 50 Militants Waiting At Launching Pads Across IB: IG BSF
  • No Need Of AFSPA If People Cooperate: IG CRPF
  • Habibullah Takes On Ex Army Chief
  • After Pak Visit, Mirwaiz Stresses 5-Point Demand For Talks With Delhi
  • Won’t Go With Begging Bowl Before New Delhi: Mirwaiz
  • Lowest Violence In JK In 2012
  • Huge Cache Of Arms Recovered, Hideout Busted In Ramban
  • ‘Geelani, Malik, Salahuddin Shah Real Leaders’, Javed Mir
  • Kulgam Encounter: Geelani Addresses Funeral From Delhi
  • JKLF Flays Kashmir’s Mainstream Parties For Supporting ‘renegades’
  • BDC Polls After CC Meet: Soz
  • Christmas Celebrated Across Kashmir Valley
  • Thousands Of Trout Fish Found Dead In Bandipora
  • Kashmir's Willow Bat Industry Anticipates Huge Sales During Indo-Pakistan Series
  • Pir Panjal Tunnel Ready To Link Kashmir Valley
  • Mosque Killing: NC Leader, 19 Others Face Murder Trial
  • Two LeT Militants, Cop Killed In Kashmir Encounter
  • LeT Threat Hangs Over 2 North Kashmir Families
  • SAC Starts Contempt Proceedings Against Taj
  • Kashmir Was More Or Less Peaceful In 2012
  • GOI Rejects NCMEI Move Seeking Reservation For State Youth
  • Connecting Kishtwar To Kashmir
  • First Girls' Band Rocks Kashmir Valley
  • Kargil Conflict, Weak Pak Foreign Policy Derailed K- Issue : Nawaz
  • Mehboob Iqbal Joins PDP, Says Have Full Faith In Mufti
  • Justice Bedi Gives Clean Chit To CM
  • India Has No Option Except Talks: Mirwaiz
  • Jammu And Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Lauds Rata Tata's Initiative In J-K
  • Malik's Visit Did Not Help Cement Indo-Pak Friendship: Omar
  • Stone-throwers' Group Threaten Attacks In Kashmir
  • ‘Don’t’ Give Provincial Status To GB’
  • Kashmir Solution Will Take Time: Mirwaiz
  • Pak For Permanent Solution Of Kashmir Issue: Zardari
  • National Conference MPs Abstain From Voting In Favour
  • CAG Flays Railways For Delay, Cost Overruns In Kashmir Project
  • Sopore Toll Goes To 6, Battle Ends After 30 Hrs
  • Keep All Options Open On Kashmir, Says Hurriyat
  • Pak Failed To Capitalize On The 2008-2010 Public Agitations: Mirwaiz
  • Peace Benefits Kashmir's Fruit Growers
  • Imran To Hurriyat: All Parties To Kashmir Must Sacrifice For Solution
  • Five Lashkar Militants Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Former Militants Occupy Top Posts In J&K Government
  • Pak Occupies 78,000 Sq Km Of Indian Territory In JK: GoI
  • Pakistan PM: We Seek To Resolve Kashmir In Line With UN Resolutions
  • Omar Endorses Umar On JK Unification
  • 500 More Panchayat Ghars By This March: Sagar
  • SSB To Be Posted In JK
  • Need To Check How Afghan Pullout Will Impact Kashmir, Says Mirwaiz Umer Farooq
  • Avalanche Kills Six Soldiers On Kashmir's Siachen Glacier
  • Two-pronged Strategy To Help Youth In Kashmir: Ratan Tata
  • Paradise Regained: Has Normalcy Been Restored To Kashmir, Finally?
  • Hardliners In Kashmir Must Revise Outlook: Mirwaiz
  • Why Three Hurriyats Are Better Than One
  • Employees Raj Bhavan March Foiled
  • Kashmir University Stops Screening Of Documentary Film On Conflict Victims
  • Include Kashmir Issue In Indo-Pak Talks: NC
  • Geelani Slams Pakistan For Its Kashmir Policy
  • ‘No Question Of Sell-out’
  • Concerns Raised Over Chinese Activities In Ladakh, PoK
  • 3 Militants Killed In Kashmir Encounter
  • 80 Panchs, Sarpanchs Resigned In JK: GoI
  • Rice And Rice Of Kashmir
  • Hizbul, Lashkar Present In Jammu And Kashmir, Says Home Minister
  • Cosmetic Exercises Will Not Help: Geelani
  • Hurriyat Team Leaves For Pak
  • Shinde Must Shun Arrogance: Kamal
  • Jammu & Kashmir Delegation Urges US Govt To Lift Travel Restriction
  • Hurriyat (M) Aims To Bring Kashmir Back On Pakistan’s Agenda
  • 76% Pakistanis Think Resolution Of Kashmir Dispute Necessary For Peace With India
  • Clergymen Playing Up Sectarian Differences Imperialistic Agents: Agha
  • Trouble At Borders
  • Kashmir Shuts On International Human Rights Day
  • No AFSPA Withdrawal In JK Till Peace Returns: Shinde
  • Jammu And Kashmir Delegation Taps Business Openings In US
  • Bhatinda-Srinagar Gas Pipeline To Complete By Mid-2014
  • Pak Troops Fire At Indian Posts Along LOC In Poonch
  • Khurshid On Katju's Remarks On Kashmir
  • Gujjars, Bakerwals Demand 'primitive Tribal Group’ Status
  • JK Suffered In Absence Of Credible Alternative To NC: Mufti
  • Pakistan Targets Indian Post, Violates Ceasefire Again
  • Minorities Seek Role In Resolution
  • Reunification Of India, Pakistan Only Solution To Kashmir: Katju
  • PDP Contests Nazir's Claim On Indira-Sheikh Accord
  • SAC Tightens The Noose Around Taj
  • Security Conducive For Return Of Migrant KPs
  • Police Foil Kashmir Protest Against Life-imprisonment For Pro-freedom Prisoners
  • Uncle Kamaal ‘Corrects’ Omar, Rules Out Fresh Tie-Up With Congress
  • NC-Cong. Coalition Wins All 4 J&K Council Seats
  • “Top Army, Police Officials Involved In Human Rights Abuse In Kashmir”
  • Salahuddin Will Shift Base When Need Arises: UJC
  • Kashmir Rail's Cost Overrun Rs 5.5K Crore, To Be Ready By 2017 End
  • BJP Demands Release Of Detained Kishtwar Youth
  • 'Kashmiri Youths From PoK Trying To Enter India Via Nepal'
  • Where Are The Kashmiri Militants?
  • Omar Wants Panchayati Raj To Flourish In J&K
  • J&K: 537 Panchayat Members Miss Legislative Council Polls
  • Zadibal, Nauhatta Bat For Calm, Shia-Sunni Panel Holds Peace March
  • Hurriyat Faction Divided Over Pak Visit
  • ‘Terror Infrastructure In Pakistan, PoK Still Intact’
  • Defying Militants, 90% Vote In Kashmir Valley
  • 2 JKLF Men Get Lifer For BSF Officer’s Murder
  • Saeed Slams Khar For Promising To Take Action Against Him
  • Mirwaiz Off To Delhi, Peace March Fizzles Out
  • 27 CRPF Coys, JKP Men Deployed For Security
  • Shia, Sunni Panel To Hold Peace March, Expose Disruptive Elements
  • Coming Hurriyat Visit To Pak Not Fruitful In Absence Of Consensus: Sallah-u-Din
  • Rescuers Find More Bodies In Azad Kashmir Landslides
  • India, Pak Should Solve Less Divisive Issues Before Taking Kashmir: Hina
  • No Question Of Sell Out, We Are For Way Out: Prof Bhat
  • Kashmir Violence: Police Reimpose Restrictions After Sectarian Clashes
  • New Paths In Kashmir
  • NOVEMBER

  • Curfew Cleaves City
  • No relaxation in curfew, situation peaceful
  • Cross LoC Travel An Arduous Adventure For Kashmiris
  • Landslides Kill Three Soldiers, Bury 18 Rescuers
  • Malik Regrets Group Clashes
  • Curfew Throws Life Out Of Gear In Valley
  • Frustrated Opposition Foresees Humiliating Defeat: Rather
  • Will Step Down If Opposition Charges On LC Polls Proved
  • Curfew In Old Srinagar After Clashes
  • NC-Cong Cannot Be Trusted To Empower Panchayat In J&K: BJP
  • CRPF Jawan Killed, Another Injured In Kashmir Militant Attacks
  • Harsh Life, Unemployment Turns Kashmiri Youth Into Drug Addicts
  • Guns Rattle Along LOC In Poonch
  • Will Talk As Ownders, Not As Salves: Prof. Bhat
  • Tata's Closure In Kashmir Punctures Hope Raised By Bigwigs Visit
  • LoC trade dying silent death
  • India Making Heavy Troop Deployment In Ladakh: Farooq
  • Fiercest Firing By Pak As Ceasefire Completes 9 Years
  • Taj Ready For Probe Into Land Grab Charges
  • Pak Forces Shell Poonch, Violate LoC Ceasefire
  • Ashoora Marches Taken Out At Zadibal, Shalimar, Other Places
  • JK Dumps Benami Transactions Act
  • Poll Fever Grips Kashmir Valley, Coalition-PDP On Cross Swords
  • Tata Tele-Services Withdrawing Tata Docomo From Jammu & Kashmir
  • J&K Govt Gives Saffron Seeds To Promote Cultivation
  • Jaish div comdr killed, SOG SI injured in Sopore
  • Thaw In Kashmir’s First Family After 28 Years
  • PDF Is A Turning Point In Kashmir Politics: Mufti
  • Curfew like restrictions in Srinagar
  • Guru’s Hanging Will Have Limited Impact In Valley: Kamal
  • Cross-LoC Trade In Kashmir On Death Bed: Traders’ Union
  • Panchayat Empowerment In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Worried Over Fallout, J&K CM Prays For Gaza Peace
  • Afzal Guru's Hanging Will Prove Disastrous: JKLF's Yasin Malik
  • Long Walk To Freedom
  • Omar hints at pre-poll NC, Cong alliance for 2014 Assembly polls
  • Decision On Afzal Soon: Shinde
  • Kasab's Hanging Evokes No Response In Jammu & Kashmir
  • J&K HC Orders CBI Probe Into 1998 Poonch Massacre
  • PDP Hits Back At NC, Calls Party Policies 'anti-people'
  • Kashmir-Delhi Nexus Out To Destroy NC: Farooq
  • Peace pre-requisite for tourism in Kashmir: Azad
  • Home Minister Reaches Out To Separatists
  • Decks Cleared For Kargil Airbase Expansion
  • Shutdown In Kashmir Valley Over Faktoo Judgment
  • Transporters Observe Shutdown In J-K, Demand Fare Hike
  • JK Earns Dubious Distinction
  • Protests In Delhi, Kashmir Against Israeli Attacks On Gaza
  • UJC,LeT Support Shutdown
  • Winged-guests Flock To Kashmir Valley For Annual Sojourn
  • ‘Govt Legitimizing Corruption On Coalition Pretext’
  • Kashmir LoC Trade On Verge Of Closure
  • Politicians seeking withdrawal of forces playing ‘cheap’ politics: Azad
  • ‘Is Pakistan Sincere On Kashmir?’
  • PM's Pak Visit Should Be Tied To Results: Musharraf
  • Liquor Shop Attacked In Jammu
  • Fear Grips Srinagar's Hemal Complex As Militant Outfit Warns Against Liquor Shops
  • Kashmir Separatist Leader Faktoo To Remain In Jail Till Death: HC
  • A History Lesson For Imran Khan: Kashmir Lust Can Ruin You
  • Once A Militant, Always An Outsider
  • One killed, four employees injured
  • Fresh Land-grab Charges Against Taj
  • Cong, NC Finalize Candidates For LC Polls
  • Kashmir Village Officials Refuse To Submit To Militant Threat
  • 2 infiltrators, 3 Army jawans killed in Nowgam sector
  • Mustafa Kamal Blames Media For Blowing Up His 'India Real Enemy' Remark
  • Qaeda Calls For Kashmir Liberation
  • Kashmir Panchayat Members May Boycott Council Elections
  • Omar Upset With Uncle’s ‘enemy Of State’ Remark
  • Kashmir's LPG Supply Crisis Worsens As Winter Sets In
  • Kashmir Shepherds Rediscover Their Pastures
  • Time To Revisit Kashmir?
  • Constitutional Foundation Violated: Shah
  • Chairman dissolves HC, blames NC for scuttling probe
  • Omar Abdullah's Uncle Kamal Calls India ‘enemy’
  • I Have Witnessed Sufferings Of Pandits And Muslims
  • Kashmir Valley Sees Unprecedented Tourists Rush In Off-season
  • Jammu-Sialkote route to emerge major Intl trade hub
  • House Panel To Be Withdrawn Today
  • Home Ministry To Convene High-level Meeting On Kashmir Fencing
  • Bumpy Ride For Beleagured Taj
  • Major, Civilian Injured As Youths Open Fire In J&K
  • 2010 Agitation Futile Exercise: Sajad Lone
  • It's Raining Fire At This Kashmir Frontier Village
  • ‘Salah-ud-Din Misquoted On Panchayats’
  • Petition In J &K HC On Talaaq Ruling
  • Spare Us From LPG Distribution, Police To Govt
  • 4 militants killed, 2 injured flee to PoK
  • Britain Lifts Indian Kashmir Travel Warning
  • Intra-Kashmir Cross-LoC Meet Seeks Relaxation In Travel Regime
  • Centre Assures All Help To J&K Govt Over Threat To Panchayat Members
  • 'US Should Ask Pakistan To Lay Off From Kashmir'
  • 'Pak's Reference To Kashmir At UN Attempt To Divert Attention’
  • India asks Pak to stop infiltration in J&K
  • Resolution Of Kashmir Tangle Possible: Pervez Musharraf
  • Imran Khan For Talks Over Kashmir, Bats For Cricket Ties
  • Panchayat Leaders Continue Resignation Spree In J&K
  • LeT ultra held in Rajouri with PoK wife
  • Jammu And Kashmir: Pakistan Not Keen To Have Flag Meeting
  • Saffron Fields Evoke Nostalgia For Kashmir
  • Govt Ready To Meet Any Eventuality To Protect Sarpanchs, Panchs: Omar
  • A Few Dozen Militants Active In JK: DGP
  • LPG Crisis Worsens: Dealers To Begin 2-day Shutdown Today
  • All-women Group Crosses LoC, Makes History
  • Pak Feelers To Hurriyat For Talks Next Month
  • Ulema, Lawyers To Study Diveroce Verdict: JAH
  • Mobile Towers In Jammu And Kashmir On List Of LeT, Says Arrested Terrorist
  • Gujjar Mahasabha Challenges Salahuddin To Come To Kashmir
  • AJKPC Terms Hizbul's Threat As Death Warrant
  • Healing The Wounds Of Kashmir's Forgotten Other Half
  • Pak Equates Kashmir With Nagaland, Assam, Balochistan
  • Omar Surrenders Two LPG Connections
  • J&K Grapples With LPG Crisis, Omar Enjoys Multiple Connections
  • How Abdullahs Became Richest In J&K, Asks Mehbooba
  • Mystery Sighting Spooks Soldiers
  • A Conversation With: Lt. Gen. Baljit Singh Jaswal, Former Commander Of Kashmir
  • Farooq Cautions Against Anti-social Elements
  • 'Depoliticize Pilgrimage'
  • Postcard From Kashmir
  • Girl Killed In Pakistani-administered Kashmir Acid Attack
  • OCTOBER

  • Army foils infiltration bid in Hajipeer sector
  • Kargilis Demand Adm Revamp In Riot-Hit Zanskar
  • 22 Years On, J&K Varsity Remembers Slain Leader
  • No Construction Work Along Baltal-Amarnath Holy Cave Route
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire, Targets Indian Forward Area
  • Army Punctures Rehab Policy, Pushes Back Youth To PaK
  • Geelani Plans Stir Against Amarnath Road
  • India: Kashmir Protests After Facebook 'slur'
  • Ladakhi Buddhists Oppose ‘unwanted’ Interference Of Hurriyat
  • MHA nod to Rs 7648 cr PM package for migrants' return
  • Kishtwar’s Forgotten Fight For Survival
  • A Conversation With: Asha Bhat, Kashmir Panchayat Leader
  • 2nd Day Of Eid Passes Off Peacefully
  • Jora, Nasir, DGP Visit Zanskar
  • J&K to expedite process for early repatriation of Pak nationals
  • Traditional And Annual 'Darbar' Shift Begins In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Eid-ul-Azha celebrated across Kashmir
  • The Men Who Saved The Kashmir Valley
  • Curfew Relaxed In Zanskar After 3 Days
  • Ultras’ Rehab Plan Fraught With Risk, Say Agencies
  • Rs 40 Cr Granted To J&K To Support E-Governance Initiative
  • Ahsan Dar Sparks Controversy Over ’88 Blasts
  • Curfew Relaxed In Zanskar After 3 Days
  • JK Governor,CM ,Ministers, Legislators Greet People On Eid-ul-Azha
  • Zanskar Muslims Decry Communal Violence
  • Kashmir Youth Drawn In With Courses, Subsidies
  • Ban on pre-paid SMSes to continue till MHA gives clearance: Pilot
  • Handful Few LPG Dealers Control Supply In Kashmir
  • Zanskar Tense After Clashes
  • Eye On Tourist Rush, Kashmir University Launches Course
  • Policemen Carried Attack On Qureshi: Probe
  • NC, Cong Sink Differences Over Empowering Panchayats In J&K
  • Sarpanch Security: Three Terrorists Arrested In Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Movie, Made With Local Cast And Crew, Premieres In City
  • Victims Allege Neglect By Separatist Camp
  • 'Kashmir Issue Can Be Resolved In A Political Atmosphere'
  • Kashmir Hotel Shootout: Another Employee Dies
  • PM non-committal on LPG relief to State
  • Pakistan Lowers Budget Aid To Kashmir Terror Outfits
  • Kashmir Tourism Makes A Strong Comeback
  • Shinde Accuses Pakistan Of Helping Terrorists Sneak Into India
  • Frustrated Elements Trying To Drag J&K 'back Into The Darkness': Omar Abdullah
  • JK Govt Can’t Run Even For One Day Without Delhi Funding: Taj
  • BDC polls should be held within two months: Azad
  • Firing for 4th consecutive night, intruders spotted
  • Chief Minister Offers Chopper Ride To Geelani
  • PDP Accuses Omar Of Abandoning People Living In Border Areas
  • Lashkar Claims Kashmir Hotel Attack: Report
  • Fleeing gunmen target hotel staff; one killed, 2 injured
  • J&K To Give Incentives To Farmers To Check Narco Farming
  • Over 900 Panchayat Members Have Resigned: Omar
  • Join Polls? No Way: Azadi Camp Tells Baig
  • Pak Refusing Flag Meeting: Army
  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Again
  • Geelani Asks Govt To Stop Amarnath 'road' Construction, Threatens Agitation
  • Kashmiri Leaders In POK Condemn ISI Backed Difa-e-Pakistan
  • Omar Suspects Pak Intentions Over LoC Violations
  • Heavy Pak firing in Poonch sector
  • PoK-returned Youth Mull To Move Court
  • Taj Rejects GoI Claims On NHPC-run Projects In J&K
  • Pakistani mortars kill 3 civilians on LoC
  • House Panel To Probe ‘land Grab’ By Minister
  • 'Chinese N-help Emboldened Pakistan To Fuel Kashmir Insurgency'
  • 'Malala-type Attacks To Continue Till Pak Army Stops Supporting Kashmir Jihadis'
  • Judiciary To Provide Speedy Justice To All: J&K Chief Justice
  • Govt cancels BDC elections on Core Group recommendations
  • Kashmir Doused In Colour
  • Police Foil J&K Employees' March In Srinagar
  • Kashmiris Have Not Done Enough To Propagate Mother Tongue: Kaul
  • Centre can’t risk withdrawal of AFSPA: Shinde
  • Corporate Job Plan For J&K A Flop Show
  • U-turn On Kashmir Will Not Be Allowed: Sami-ul-Haq
  • Situation in Kashmir returning to normalcy: HM
  • 'Around 400 Terrorists Still Active In J&K'
  • Pak, India Capable Of Resolving Issues Bilaterally: FO
  • Repeal 'lawless Law': Amnesty To Kashmir Govt
  • Strike In Kashmir To Protest LPG Cap
  • Poor JK Has Affluent Legislators
  • India ready to face any threat but wants peace on borders: HM
  • Shrine Tragedies Continue: Miscreants Tried To Set Afire Another Sufi Shrine
  • Cooking Gas Shortage Fuels Public Anger
  • NC-Cong leaders agree to adopt major points of 73rd amendment
  • Ministers Have Become Prostitutes, Says Congress Minister Taj Mohideen
  • Kashmir Solution Lies In Converting LOC Into IB: S K Sinha
  • India And Pakistan Again Spar Over Kashmir At UN
  • Uproar In Kashmir Assembly Over Reservation For Women, Backward Classes
  • Picturesque Kashmir Attracts Foreign Tour Operators
  • All-Weather Connectivity To Kashmir. But Will It Bring Development?
  • Fresh War Of Words Over Kashmir Between India, Pak At UN
  • Pak plot to target Baglihar exposed
  • ‘15 Graft Cases Filed Against J-K Politicians, Ministers’
  • Panchayat Polls Not Linked To Kashmir Dispute: J&K Govt
  • 3 Jammu Youth Storm Into JK Assembly
  • MHA to review action taken for redressal of West Pak refugees’ grievances
  • 2305 Persons Missing In JK: Government
  • Kashmir Villagers Continue Protest Over Woman’s Death
  • HM visits forward posts along China border in Leh
  • 117 Kashmiri Youths Return From PoK
  • ‘Army’s Retreat To Barracks Won’t Solve K Issue’
  • ‘Delhi Offered Geelani Prime Ministership Of J&K’
  • Shinde reviews security scenario along China, Pak borders
  • Rahul Gandhi Welcomed With Boos And Bouquets In Kashmir Valley
  • Govt In A Fix As SC Panel Recommends Road Widening
  • India Inc Fails To Enthuse Kashmir Business Community
  • KCCI Regrets Politicization Of Kashmir Business
  • India Inc To Kashmir: Forget Past, Make Up For Lost Time
  • Rahul seeks big biz houses help for development of trade, industry in J&K
  • Rs 1,600 Crore Financial Package For Kashmiri Migrants Sanctioned
  • Jawahar-Sheikh, Rajiv-Farooq, Now Rahul-Omar Bonhomie
  • No let up in firing at Chechwal
  • 208 Temples Damaged In Kashmir In Last Two Decades: Kashmir Govt
  • Russia Rules Out Role In Resolving Kashmir Issue Between India, Pakistan
  • LPG crisis rocks Assembly; Oppn MLAs stage walk-out
  • No Change In Policy On Kashmir: US
  • Rahul Reaches Out To Corporates, Gets Bigwigs To Kashmir Univ
  • Say No To Family Planning And Divorce, Kashmiri Pandits Told
  • India, Pak Trapped In War Of Words Over Kashmir At UN
  • Kashmir Shrine Blaze, A Work Of Militants: Police
  • Hydroelectric Plant In Pak-occupied Kashmir Hangs Fire
  • Internet Slows Down In Jammu & Kashmir As Social Network Sites Face Partial Censorship
  • Govt Partially Blocks FB, YouTube
  • At LoC Tourism Site In Kashmir, Two Ancient Sites Bore Signs Of Violence
  • Unified Hqrs put strategy in place for security of Sarpanchs
  • Five Terrorists Killed In Kashmir Encounter
  • SEPTEMBER

  • Local Feud May Have Been Behind Kashmir Deputy Sarpanch Killing
  • Jobs For 7,000 Kashmiri Youths Under 'Himayat' Scheme: Ramesh
  • Young Kashmir Says Bye-bye Pakistan
  • HM module targeting Panchayat members busted
  • Rahul, Union Ministers, top brass of AIYC to converge at Srinagar
  • Govt Tried To Use Panchayat Members As Propaganda Tool: Mufti
  • Kashmir govt not banning social networking sites
  • Infiltration Still A Problem In J&K
  • All In Favour Of Implementating 73rd Amendment: Tara Chand
  • Kishore Chandra Deo Calls For More Powers To Panchayats In Kashmir
  • Rahul Vs Omar: Kashmir CM Blames Media For 'imaginary Battle'
  • Infiltration attempts to increase before snowfall: Army
  • Mathai Rebuts Zardari's Kashmir Jibe
  • Jammu And Kashmir Sarpanches Call On Rahul Gandhi
  • Leave behind violence, conflict; which are no solution: Pranab
  • CP Joshi To Lay Foundation Of Rs 2,717 Crore Tunnel In J&K On October 4
  • Omar dares militants to attack him, describes them as cowards
  • Kishanganga Project Expected To Meet 2016 Deadline
  • Birmingham To Kashmir By Bus
  • President Pranab Mukherjee To Visit Kashmir Today, Hurriyat Calls For Shutdown
  • Can’t Provide Security To All: IGP
  • Militants Murder Sarpanch In Kashmir Valley, 58 Panchayat Members Resign In Panic
  • Pranab To Visit Jammu And Kashmir For Three Days
  • Top LeT comdr among 2 militants, jawan killed
  • Will Discuss Security For Panchs At UHQ Meeting: Omar
  • Militants Kill Sarpanch In Kashmir
  • When Enemies In Kashmir Break Bread Rather Than Bones
  • Pakistan Conspiring To Usurp Gilgit-Baltistan: BJP
  • J&K Police Contest Army’s Heavy Infiltration Claim
  • A Village Where Edifice Of Muslim-Pandit Unity Stands In Ruins
  • Jammu And Kashmir Ex-governor Barb On 'militant' Cops
  • India-Pakistan Dialogue Must Focus On Kashmir: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed
  • Building Trust With India: Pak
  • Militant killed in Uri was top commander: GOC
  • No Compromise On India’s Territorial Integrity: Antony
  • Jammu And Kashmir To Promote High Quality Horticulture Farming
  • Pak Channels Banned In Valley
  • Muzaffarabad Peaceful
  • Curfew like restrictions to stop protests in Valley
  • J&K: Court Marshal Proceedings Start In Pathribal
  • India's Remarks On PLA Troop Presence In PoK Groundless: China
  • Pak firing to stop tunnel work on IB
  • Stone Pelters Abduct Police Officials In Kashmir
  • Jammu & Kashmir Government For Doubling The Monthly Relief To Kashmiri Pandit Migrants
  • Chinese Troops In PoK: Army Chief
  • For Every 4 Militants, A Jawan Loses Life In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Cross-LoC traders to settle accounts through authorities
  • J&K Govt Denounces Anti-Islam Film; Appeals For Calm
  • Pak Targets Five Indian Posts In Poonch, Violates Ceasefire
  • Chinese Troops Transgressed In Ladakh In July
  • No Casualties In Kashmir Protests Against Film Mocking Islam
  • Kashmiri Pandits Integral Part Of Kashmiri Society: Omar
  • Army To Deploy Artillery, Tank Brigades Along China Borders
  • Jammu And Kashmir: River Jhelum Project On Right Track
  • MHA’s wide ranging directions to J&K Govt on West Pak refugees
  • Why Kashmiri Muslims Blame America For Anti-Muslim Film
  • Kashmir To Raise Endangered Hangul In Captive Breeding Center
  • Track II Diplomacy: Bhan Meets Hurriyat (M) Leaders
  • Panchayat Members Demand Security In Militancy-prone Areas
  • Govt Abandons Former Kashmir Militants
  • Kashmir Police Prevent Protests Against The YouTube Movie Trailer
  • Anti-US Protests Trigger Panic In J&K Christian Schools
  • Army kills two militants in Uri
  • Amalgam Opposes Killing Of ‘sarpanches’: Geelani
  • Anti-Islam Film Stokes Angry Protests In Kashmir
  • Govt approves Rs 2,717 cr for Srinagar-Leh tunnel
  • LoC Fence Proposal Inspired By Israeli Success
  • Pakistan’s Position On Kashmir Remains Unchanged: FO
  • Top J&K politicians were target of longest surviving militant
  • Kandahar Hijack Plotter Arrested After 13 Years In J&K
  • Pak Faces Rare Tirade From Jehad Council, Warns Against Sidelining Kashmir
  • In Kashmir, Conspiracy Theories Find A Market
  • Kashmir Missing In Newfound Indo-Pak Bonhomie
  • Pakistan Minister For Kashmir Affairs Arrives In India, To Visit His Birthplace
  • J-K Police Asks Army To Hand Over Lt Col, Others In Attempt To Murder Case
  • JK CM Chairs Cabinet Meeting At Machil,Kupwara
  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire, Targets Indian Posts Twice In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Security guards of Taj arrested, charged with attempt to murder
  • Sarpanch’s Killing Triggers Fear Psychosis
  • Haj Pilgrimage: Direct Air India Flights From Kashmir
  • Soz asks Pak to dismantle terror infrastructure
  • J&K Emerging As A Promising Golfers' Destination: Omar Abdullah
  • Geelani Scared Of Dialogue: NC
  • Let Kashmiri Pandits Manage Amarnath Yatra, PDP Tells Delhi
  • Kashmir Left Out In Indo-Pak CBMs, Will Agitate: Mehbooba
  • KBC's 1 Cr Winner Wants To Rebuild Destroyed House In Kashmir
  • Hurriyat Has No Desire To Talk To New Delhi: Geelani
  • J&K Pahari Community To Launch Cross-LoC Campaign
  • Marked Decline In Terrorist Violence In J&K, Says PM
  • Pakistan's Peace Farce: Kashmir Is The Core Issue, Can't Be Ignored, Says Khar
  • Gunmen Kill SPO, Injure Soldier In Sopore
  • Make The First Move, Farooq Abdullah Tells J&Kseparatists
  • Krishna meets Zardari, Ashraf; raises terror, Sarabjit issue
  • Rally Stopped, Yasin Malik Held
  • Separatists Pin Hopes In Indo-Pak Dialogue
  • Will Peace Dividend Withstand Infiltration Influx Into Kashmir Valley?
  • Some Indo-Pak Issues Very Complex, Not Amenable: Krishna
  • Army's Concerns On AFSPA Are Misplaced: Omar Abdullah
  • HM reaches out to separatists, asks them to show spirit of accommodation
  • Amarnath Yatra: An Open Letter To Hurriyat Leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani
  • No Report Of Chinese Incursion In Jammu And Kashmir: AK Antony
  • Shah, Nayeem Skip Hurriyat (M) Meet
  • Exploitation of natural resources resulted into ecological degradation in Chenab valley: Mufti
  • Infiltration Bid Foiled In Kashmir; Soldier, Guerrilla Killed
  • RSD To JK People Is An Agreed Principle: Pak
  • Waqf Board Puts Graveyards On Sale
  • Kashmir's Economic Growth Depends On Power: Omar
  • Kashmir Migrants Want Free Electricity Supply
  • China Has Never Deployed A Single Soldier In PoK: Liang
  • Stop All Ventures In Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, India Tells China
  • India Rebuts Pak Charge On Kishenganga Project At The Hague
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire In Uri Sector Of Kashmir
  • Former Interlocutors gheroed, frced to flee for one hour
  • Two Militants Killed In Kashmir Encounter
  • PDP Backs Geelani On Handing Amarnath Yatra To Kasmiri Pandits
  • 1987 Elections Blot On Face Of Democracy: Salahuddin
  • Take up contentious issue with MEA, MHA: Leh Adm to Govt
  • No Plan To Build All Weather Fence Along LoC: GoC
  • Credibility Of JK State Govt Reached To Lowest Ebb :Mufti
  • IndoPak Talks Will Yield Positive Results: Farooq Abdullah
  • AUGUST

  • Militant Blitzkrieg Sends Govt Into Tizzy
  • Customary Meets Have Upset Kashmiris: Mirwaiz Umar
  • Rail Line Connecting Jammu With Kashmir By 2017-18
  • Kashmir Amends RTI Act, Commissioner Cries Foul
  • Former Interlocutors face hostile audience
  • Youth Protest Against Pakistan’s Role In Gilgit Baltistan
  • 500 Families Seek DNA Tests On Unmarked Graves In Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Government Gives Sanction To Creation Of Over 1,000 Posts
  • 'K-Panel Report Should Form Basis Of Dialogue With Delhi'
  • Specially trained militants targeted Wullar lake project
  • Union Home Ministry Unlikely To Act Against CRPF Cop For Kashmir Comments
  • Indian Army To Buy 20 Mini-UAVs For Jammu And Kashmir Operations
  • AFSPA Revocation Will Begin In My Tenure: Omar
  • Army, Navy, CRPF, Police launch massive operation in lake
  • BSF Hands Over Intruder's Body To Pak Rangers In Jammu
  • Kashmir Lagging Behind Jammu In Getting Outside Investment
  • Interlocutors Begin Afresh
  • Kashmir Govt To Bring Yusmarg On Tourism Map Now
  • Kashmir Banking On Shah Rukh Khan?
  • Mastermind behind Srinagar attacks arrested
  • SAARC's Success Depends On India, Pakistan: National Conference
  • Amarnath Yatris Pushed To Kashmir To Boost Army's Morale: Geelani
  • Unscrupulous Elements Derailing Tourism: Jora
  • BSF steps-up digging beyond fencing
  • Hailstorm Hits Fruit Yield In Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Militant Killed In Pak Drone Strike
  • Now, police-army-militant nexus surfaces; 4 arrested
  • Shah Rukh To Shoot Yash Chopra's Movie In Kashmir
  • Pakistan will have to Explain for Firing on LoC: Home Secy
  • Kashmir Separatist Group Optimistic After India-Pak MPs Start Talking
  • How A Phone Call Landed ‘militant Cop’ In Police Trap
  • Local Youth Helps Police To Seize Weapons From Militants In Srinagar
  • China helping Pak build Rly Stn near IB: India
  • Consensus Eludes CSC On Justice Saghir Report
  • Pak Firing Seeks To Push Terrorists Into Kashmir
  • Jammu, Kashmir Lock Horns Over Amarnath Infrastructure
  • Another Pak Ceasefire Violation In 24 Hours, Heavy Firing Across LoC
  • 24 Kashmiris From PoK Detained At India-Nepal Border
  • Over 59,000 Kashmiri Pandits Living Outside Kashmir: Govt
  • Tourists Return To Kashmir Valley
  • Govt allows setting up of mobile towers along LoC, IB
  • Fisheries Department To Expand Trout Farms In Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Police Arrests 'killer' Cop
  • Terrorist Module Busted In Kashmir; Large Haul Of Ammunition Found
  • Separatists' Violent Stir Mars Eid-ul-Fitr Celebrations In The Valley
  • On Eid Eve, Kashmir Police On Mission Impossible
  • Border trouble: no BSF, Rangers meet at Octroi
  • Pak Muscle-flexing Marks ‘hottest’ Ramzan
  • Two major intrusion bids on IB, LoC; one killed
  • Ahead Of Eid, Kashmir Separatists Put Under House Arrest
  • India Proposes Making Kishenganga Court Proceedings Public
  • NIA Puts Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin, Three Others On Its Wanted List
  • Ceasefire Violation: People Asked To Maintain Calm
  • Eid Shopping Reaches Fever Pitch In Kashmir
  • Security Agencies On Alert Over Mysterious Burning Of Shrines In Kashmir
  • Supreme Court Amarnath Ruling Runs Into Protest
  • Rangers firing with Army weapons: BSF
  • Separatists Are Real Puppets: NC
  • OIC Mentions J&K As A Country; India Reacts Strongly
  • Burma, Assam, Palestine Echoes In Kashmir On Jumat-ul-Vida
  • BSF Jawan Killed In Pak Firing In Jammu
  • Waqf Board Spends More On Vehicles, Less On Needy
  • Details Of Encounters To Be Provided Under RTI
  • Kashmir Life Line For Conflict Induced Mental Trauma
  • Dozen people trapped in Pak firing for about two hours
  • J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Asks Separatists To Negotiate As Atmosphere Is Positive
  • ‘Islam In Kashmir Came Earlier Than Believed’
  • Kashmir No Longer World’s Most Dangerous Place As Tourism Climbs
  • 154 Ceasefire Violations In Past 3 Years Along Indo-Pak Border
  • Kashmir: Whistleblower Cop In 'staged' Encounter Transferred, Demoted
  • Omar asks separatists to join dialogue process
  • India Should Avoid Delaying Tactics On Kashmir: Pak PM
  • ‘Still To Resolve Pak’s Illegal Occupation Of J&K Areas’
  • Chief Justice introduces major reforms in judiciary
  • Kashmir Women Ordered To Cover Up Or Risk Acid Attack
  • Security Beefed Up In Kashmir Ahead Of I-Day
  • Tension on IB, Pak says no to flag meet
  • Mosque In Ganderbal Sealed Off After Group Clashes, One Killed
  • Pakistan Objects To India Move To Fill Leh Dam
  • J&K Women Told To Keep Veil, Not To Use Mobile
  • Heavy firing again by Rangers, jawan injured
  • Kashmir's Gondola Cable Car To Get Facelift
  • Geelani, Mirwaiz Under House Arrest
  • Human Rights Abuses Continue Unabated In Pakistani Kashmir
  • Noor-ur-Din Noorani Mosque To Be Ready By Jan 2013
  • Wullar Lake Encroached Upon
  • Retd DySP shot dead, ISM claims responsibility
  • Soz, Cong Leaders Hatching Conspiracy To Dislodge Omar: Kamal
  • Army foils infiltration bid by 10
  • POK Refugees To Protest Before MPs Residences
  • CRPF Officer Condemns Militants Using Children To Further Their Cause In Kashmir
  • India Lodges Protest Over Ceasefire Violations In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Omar's NC Describes Ram Jethmalani As Broker, Condemns His Meeting With Separatists
  • Jethmalani Talks Kashmir, Geelani Talks About Weather
  • Geelani Hails Delhi HC Blast Accused
  • Terrorists Hurl Grenades In Kashmir, Over 7 Wounded
  • Curfew In Kashmir Village After Clashes
  • JK Heads Towards Environmental Disaster
  • To Take Peace Initiative Forward, Jethmalani Holds Crucial Talks On Kashmir
  • Scars Of Separation As Kashmir Insurgency Winds Down
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire Twice, Fires At Indian Post
  • Delhi HC Blast Accused Among 2 Hizb Militants Killed In JK
  • Youth Dead, 2 Injured In Clash Over Mosque Loudspeakers In North Kashmir
  • Indian Passport For Man From Pakistani-held Kashmir
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire, Fires On Indian Posts In Jammu
  • Separatists Ready For Via Media: Jethmalani
  • Kashmir Prays For More Rains As Floods Wreck Havoc In North India
  • JKLF Passes Resolution Against People Involved In Shrine Attack
  • Invited To Visit J&K, Students Plug 'disconnect'
  • 40 villagers trapped in Ujh, Tawi rescued
  • Arms Cache Unearthed In J&K
  • Wakf Board Employees Trained In Disaster Preparedness
  • Massive Sanitation Drive Launched Post Amarnath Yatra
  • Top LeT Militant Killed In Encounter In North Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Pandits Tense Over ‘leave Valley’ Letter
  • Minors ‘involved’ In J&K Grenade Attacks
  • Sheikh Responsible For Present Situation: Mir
  • Ramadaan Ensures Bumper Sales Of Religious Items In Kashmir
  • Underground Tunnel May Impact Indo-Pak CBMs: BSF
  • Amarnath yatra concludes with 6.2 lakh performing darshan
  • Traffic Lights To Begin Operation On Aug 3
  • Four Grenade Attacks Rock J&K Within 24 Hours
  • A Canadian Activist Picks The Wrong Rhetoric In His Fight For Kashmir
  • Who Are The Kashmir Militants?
  • JULY

  • Youth's Death Sparks Protest In South Kashmir
  • Grid Collapse Drags Valley Under
  • BSF gives pictorial evidence to Rangers on Samba tunnel
  • Srinagar Master Plan, A Flawed Document
  • PDP Self-rule Formula Sees India, Pak Flags Together
  • ISRO to use satellite imagery to find out tunnels on IB
  • July 31, 1988: The Day Kashmir Rattled With First Bomb
  • Mirwaiz Urges Kashmiri Control Over LoC Trade
  • Two Locals Detained In Dar Killing Case
  • Can’t Disclose Inf On IOA: JK Govt
  • Antony visits forward posts in Tangdhar
  • Kashmir Gets Raw Deal As Jammu Enjoys Financial Patronage
  • Defence Minister A K Antony On His Two-day Visit To Surcharged Kashmir
  • Three Women Killed In Kashmir Tourist Bus Blast
  • Peace Premium May Bring In Investors To Kashmir Valley
  • 'Pakistan Not Cooperating In Return Of Kashmiri Youths'
  • Defence Ministry Probe Into Kashmir Youth's Killing Fails To Calm Tempers
  • Kilo Force Begins Probe In B’pora ‘encounter’
  • J&K: Mirwaiz For 'extraordinary' Measures To Improve Situation
  • New Film On Tourism To Highlight Kashmir's Rich Heritage
  • Antony Overrules Army, Orders Probe Into Youth’s Killing
  • Slain Kashmir Youth Was Militant, Reiterates Army
  • India consistent in engaging Pak: Krishna
  • 65 Years On, These Refugees Still Stateless In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Protests In Bandipora After Youth Killed, Allegedly In An Army Operation
  • CERC directs J&K Govt to clear power dues worth Rs 600 crores
  • Army Begins Celebrating Kargil War Anniversary
  • IndiaPost Gets Into Domestic And Global Marketing Of Saffron
  • Kashmir Again Sees Its Young Joining Militancy
  • Himayat Opens New Doors For Women Of Kashmir
  • Searches against infiltrators continue
  • Militants Are Our Brothers: IG CRPF
  • Army Pushes Back 3 Ultras Among 6 Infiltrators To PoK
  • Ban On Kashmir Local Channels Resemble Emergency Situation: PDP's Mehbooba
  • Kashmiri Youth To Get Special Certificates For Safe Stay Outside JK: Ramesh
  • Kashmir's Welfare Scheme For Nomadic Gujjars
  • Security agencies to set up new camps
  • Jammu Gets Rs105 Cr Plan
  • Debate To Tone Down Mosque Loudspeakers Grows Louder
  • Musical Gala Unites Kashmiri Youth ‘divided’ By Militancy
  • Revoke AFSPA As Ramzan Goodwill Gesture In Kashmir: Omar's NC Asks Centre
  • Ramadan Begins Amid Prayers In Kashmir
  • Share Powers With Panchayats In Jammu And Kashmir
  • HRD Ministry To Preserve Kashmir’s Manuscripts, Paintings
  • With Riders,Centre Clears Rs 1248 Cr Road Projects For JK
  • It Is An 'alarming' Controversy Between Omar And Army
  • Former Militant Returns To J&K From PoK
  • SC Forms High-powered Committee On Amarnath Pilgrims' Woes
  • J&K: Don't Create Panic, Omar Tells Army
  • We Will Not Allow Al-Qaida Foothold In Kashmir: Army
  • Political Tempo Sets Pace Of Militant Activities: Salahuddin
  • India, Pak Mull Ways To Ease J&K-PoK Travel
  • 'Political Turmoil, Despair Pushing Kashmir Youth Into Drugs'
  • Disheartened LAHDC dashes fresh communique to ‘indifferent’ Govt
  • Militants Fire Rifle Grenade Towards Sectt
  • Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Elicits US Interest
  • Militants planning Fidayeen attack in Kashmir
  • Separatists Push Pakistan For Kashmir Issue
  • Mufti For Evolving Consensus To Solve K-problem
  • J&K Official Sacked For Embezzling Govt Funds
  • Panun Kashmir Welcomes Obama's Statement On J&K
  • Intl Community Playing Dubious Role: Geelani
  • Obama's Kashmir Stand Angers Separatists
  • Security forces on lookout for top LeT commanders
  • No Solution From 'outside' On Kashmir
  • Sudden Rise In Infiltration From Across LoC In J&K
  • Tension Mounts As Another J&K Shrine Goes Up In Flames
  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani On Payroll Of Pak's ISI?
  • Violence in nobody's interest, dialogue only way out: Dalai Lama
  • Omar Sees Silver Lining On J&K Horizon After Darkness
  • Geelani Forced To Form New Hurriyat: Inquilabi
  • 12 Militants Sneaked Into Kashmir: Police
  • Lashkar Planning 'big Strikes' In Kashmir Valley, Elsewhere
  • Pak jawan repatriated with gifts
  • Kashmir Films: The Azadi To Choose Own Narrative
  • In Jammu & Kashmir, Corruption Is The Story Of Growth, Innovation
  • Tibetan Spiritual Leader Dalai Lama Arrives In Kashmir For Week-long Visit
  • Cross-LoC traders meet calls for negative list
  • Kashmiri Pandits Lash Out At Geelani’s ‘genocidal Intentions’
  • Earthquake Shakes Kashmir Valley, Sparks Panic
  • Follow Vajpayee Initiative On Kashmir: Mufti To Advani
  • Omar takes on Geelani on Pandit rehabilitation
  • Dog Drive Ends Minus Bite
  • Jammu And Kashmir ‘nightmare’ In UK Media
  • Hizb Commander Killed As July Witnesses Heightened Militancy In Kashmir
  • Sheikh-Indira Accord Was Never Signed, NC Tells Congress
  • Differences deepen in Hurriyat over restructuring
  • Trans-LoC Traders From Divided Kashmir Seek A Free Economic Zone
  • Army Enforces Shutdown In Pampore
  • Apple Industry Craves For Government Support
  • Kashmiri Pandits Left 23278 Buildings, 10112 Acre Land In Kashmir
  • Advani Warns Of Agitation If Integration Of Kashmir Reversed
  • Controversial Islam Becomes Kashmir’s Grand Mufti Of ‘self-styled’ Sharia Court
  • Mughal Road Sets Path For Historic Integration
  • Landslide In Ladakh, Army Rescues 400 Trapped At Leh Pass In Kashmir
  • Veteran Kashmiri Leader Laid To Rest
  • Army jawan killed, one injured; rifle snatched
  • Mirwaiz Opposes Israeli Tourists Visiting Valley
  • JK Suffers Governance Paralysis: Mufti Sayeed
  • 57 % Increase In Air Traffic As Tourists Flock Valley
  • 'Pak Will Continue Support To Kashmir Cause'
  • 5 Militants Killed In Kashmir Gunfight
  • Peace In The Valley May Be Deceptive
  • Separatists Want Delhi To Restrict Tel Aviv In Jammu And Kashmir
  • 3 Militants Killed In Valley Gunbattle
  • India, Pak to review cross-LoC CBMs
  • PDP’s Healing Touch Proved To Be Killing Touch: Omar
  • Monsoon Clouds Reach Jammu And Kashmir
  • Try Geelani For Intimidating Kashmiri Pandits: Panun Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Separatists Meet Pak Foreign Secy, Divided On Dialogue Process
  • Exhume Unmarked Grave In Kashmir: Rights Panel
  • ‘No Mini-skirts’: Jamiat Wants Dress Code For J&K Tourists
  • Sheikh's Son Says Accession With India Temporary
  • Don’t Challenge Sanctity Of Legislature: NC Tells Cong
  • 2 cops shot dead, AK snatched
  • Nearly 17000 Civilians, 21500 Militants Killed In 22 Years: Govt
  • Not The Right Time To Withdraw AFSPA From J&K: BJP
  • Chinese Training LeT Men In Paragliding: Abu Jundal
  • Separatists To ‘confront’ Islamabad On Kashmir
  • Restoration Of Autonomy Is Closed Chapter: Cong
  • Dastgeer Sahib Shrine To Be Reconstructed In Two-and-a-half Yr
  • J&K Govt Regularises 5,594 Illegal Power Connections
  • Two HM ultras try to enter from Poonch
  • Police Invokes Normal Law In Kashmir To Takeover Hawala Funded Properties
  • JUNE

  • After 6-day Shutdown, Valley Sees Semblance Of Normalcy
  • Property of separatist, HM militant's father attached
  • Summer Rush In Paradise
  • Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims Could Be Sensors For Earthquakes
  • Sectarian Elements On A Divisive Mission In Kashmir
  • Tension In Kashmir Over Alleged Desecration Of Religious Books
  • Amendments in AFSPA under consideration: PC
  • No Life Across LoC! 400 Return ‘home’
  • Kashmir Valley Calm As Life Thrown Out Of Gear For 4th Day
  • Brigadier, 4 Others To Be Tried For Kashmir ‘encounter’
  • Over 6.24 lakh consumers using electricity without paying penny
  • Separatist Leaders From Kashmir Invited For Talks With Pak Foreign Secretary
  • What Makes Kashmir Erupt Every Now And Then?
  • Recreate, Not Reconstruct
  • Strike, restrictions paralyse life in Kashmir for 3rd day
  • Kashmir Commander Recruited Abu Jundal Into Terror Outfit
  • 'Govt Control Over Waqf Board Un-Islamic'
  • Strike To Mourn Shrine Gutting Paralyses Life
  • Lost Sons Make Journey Home
  • Saeed Collects Donations For Kashmiri Militants
  • Amarnath Yatra Begins, Jammu And Kashmir Governor Offers Prayers
  • It’s War On Sufism: Hami
  • Kashmir's Dastageer Shrine Gutted, Holy Relics Safe
  • Bus, trade remain suspended
  • India, Pakistan Agree To End Skirmishes
  • China Doesn’t Want To Annoy India On Kashmir
  • For Kashmir, Clarity First
  • In The Name Of Faith, Reason Freezes Slush Safer Than Backlash
  • ‘Militant Families’ Trying To Cross LoC Pushed Back
  • India, Pak commit to ceasefire to de-escalate tension on LoC
  • J&K Interlocutors' Report Favours Separatists: Joshi
  • Centre Diluting Indian Position On Kashmir: Modi
  • GoI Transfers Instrument Of Accession To National Archives
  • Fear Of Irrelevance In Hurriyat
  • Disappointed Tourists: Kashmir Is Nice, But Where Are The Hotels?
  • Azad Kashmir Economy Needs More Attention
  • Arrested Kashmir Cops Struck Deal To Pass On Sensitive Info To Hizb
  • Question Mark Over NHPC’s Investments Worth Rs 7,800 Cr
  • Omar Asks People To Pay Market Price For Electricity
  • Kashmir Apples Run Into Rough Weather
  • Police-IB sharing info to trace rogue cops
  • Motor Racers Gear Up For J&K Bank Mughal Rally
  • Governor Returns Govt Nominations
  • J&K Govt Clears Special Employment Package For Kashmiri Pandits
  • Army seeks Brig Comdr level flag meet, gets no response
  • J&K: New Compact Goes Nowhere
  • Efforts To Resurrect Kashmir’s Dal Lake Push Forward
  • Delhi Their Home But Pandits Yearn For Valley
  • Army briefs MoD, Hqrs as tension persists on LoC
  • Centre Asks CRPF To Vacate Boulevard Hotels
  • Youth May Resort To 1990 Ways: Geelani
  • MHA Report Nails Pakistan's Lies About Infiltration Attempts Along LoC
  • Artillery Btn Moved To LoC As Pak Shells Poonch Posts Again
  • JKP Warned Of Threat To Prof Ghani’s Life
  • Security Agencies Suspect 4 Jammu And Kashmir Cops Of Gun-running
  • Highest Railway Bridge In J&K To Be Ready By 2015
  • Police Quells JCC’s Raj Bhavan March, Holds 200
  • ‘Kashmir Issue Key To Regional Stability', Pak General
  • Police cracks Hizb-cops nexus in Srinagar; nabs 3
  • Pakistan Refuses To Attend Flag Meet; LoC Trade Halted
  • Farooq,Omar,PDP Condemn
  • Militants Kill NC Worker In Srinagar
  • Army chief reviews security with Guv, GOC-in-C
  • Kashmiri Pandits Meet Prez, Want Article 370 Scrapped
  • LeT Car-bomber Module Busted In Srinagar
  • Kashmiri Pandits Seek Justice For Terror-victims From Their Community
  • 12 Pakistan Brands Brace For Indian Market From Kashmir
  • War no solution; India, Pak should extend dialogue: Omar
  • Kishtwar Opens Up To Kashmir, Omar Inaugurates Five Bridges
  • Court Asks Prosecution To Testify Major Avtar’s Death
  • Vajpayee-Musharraf had pragmatic approach on Kashmir: Prof Bhat
  • Youth 'kidnapped' By LeT Returns To India From PoK
  • JK Loses Rs 3500 Cr Annually To IWT
  • No Breakthrough On Siachen Standoff
  • J&K Police Foil Separatists Protest March Over 2010 Deaths
  • Kashmir's Ex-jihadists Face Frosty Homecoming
  • Kashmir Shuts To Remember 2010 Unrest Victims
  • Militants find hard to get recruits: DGP
  • Pak At Loggerheads With India On Kishanganga Project
  • After JeM Threat, Village Heads Resign En Masse In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Separatists Gear Up For A Showdown To Commemorate 2010 Victims
  • Third Front In Offing?
  • Divided Families Urge India, Pak To Allow Kashmir Reunion
  • Wanted Major Kills Family & Himself
  • Kashmir’s Panchayati Raj Act Good But Lacking Implementation: Aiyar
  • Hurriyat Wants To Resume Dialogue Process With Govt: M M Ansari
  • Pak Envoys Killed Move To Dissolve Hurriyat Body: Inquilabi
  • Freak Summer Worries Kashmir Farmers, Fruit Growers
  • Militants Attack Sarpanch In J&K
  • A Deceptive Calm In Kashmir
  • Don’t Expect Dramatic Decision On Siachen: Antony
  • Along With Trade, Siachen & Kashmir Must Move In Tandem: Pakistan
  • If Pak Withdraws Support To Us, War Will Be Fought There: Salahudin
  • NC Stands By Commitment To Autonomy: Omar Abdullah
  • Pak Objects To Int’l Flights From Srinagar Airport
  • Hashim Qureshi To Contest Elections
  • Militants Ask Sarpanches, Panches In Kashmir Valley To Resign
  • Another setback to Hurriyat as Inquilabi pulls out
  • Latest From Hawk: Fighting For Kashmir Cause A Religious Duty
  • Faultlines In J&K Interlocutors’ Report
  • Omar Okay's Heritage Street For Old City
  • J&K Seeks Official Language Status For Gojri
  • Two Rangers reported killed in firing
  • Amarnath Yatra Delay: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Plays Peacemaker
  • Kashmir Can’t Be Changed By Killing Last Militant But By Turning The Last Heart: Gen Hasnain
  • Omar Slams Amarnath Protesters
  • VK Scents A Chinese Tunnel
  • Complaint Against Prashant Bhushan Over Kashmir Remarks
  • Tourists Should Not Feel They Have Landed In A War Zone’
  • Both sides show restraint: VHP activists detained, released
  • Corruption Institutionalized In Kashmir, Awaits Legal Coverup
  • Youth In Kashmir For Dialogue, De-militarisation
  • Justice And Humanity Solution To Kashmir: Rajnath
  • Showdown imminent: pilgrims determined, administration imposes prohibitory orders
  • Malik Flays GoI For Disregarding Transition Of Kashmiris To Non-violence
  • Iran Envoy In Srinagar; Meets Kashmiri Leaders
  • Infiltration Continues: Def Ministry
  • BJP Team Assessing Situation In J&K: Rajnath
  • Intruder gunned down in Samba
  • Dhoni Bats For Kashmir Cricket
  • MAY

  • Centre For ‘informed Debate' On J&K Report
  • 'Delhi Had Always Plotted Against Abdullah Family'
  • Tulip Bulbs Shine On Kashmiri Farmers
  • Kashmir Militants Give Up Fight And Head Home
  • Strike Over Shopian Disrupts Life In Kashmir
  • J&K Cabinet Meets In Remote Tangdhar, Excuse To Attend Wedding Of MLA's Son
  • Militants Attack CRPF Personnel On Shopian Incident Anniversary
  • Fear Grips Kashmiri Christians
  • Muslim Leaders’ SOS To PC, Habibullah
  • Cabinet Meeting At LoC: Expensive Picnic Or Bid To Scrap AFSPA
  • Pandits Flock To Kashmir Valley To Celebrate Kheer Bhawani
  • Summer Of Peace: Kashmir Tourism Never Had It This Big
  • Participation In Polls Hurriyat’s Internal Matter: Sajad
  • Inquilabi Backs Shabir Shah’s ‘Purge’ In Hurriyat (M)
  • Mehbooba Flays CVC Candidature
  • Prasad to head 1.2 lakh strong J&K Police force from June 1
  • Solution To Kashmir Issue Lies Within Constitution: Mufti
  • Ready To Rectify Report: Interlocutors
  • J&K Police Help Militants Gain Social Acceptance
  • Jammu & Kashmir: Separatist Peaceniks’ On The Verge Of Dividing Hurriyat
  • Over 200 employees arrested, Raj Bhawan march foiled
  • No Compromise On Environment Conservation For Tourism: Omar
  • ‘Interlocution Was Preplanned Conspiracy To Divide JK On Religious, Communal Lines’
  • Returning To Kashmir-and Disillusionment
  • Interlocutors Were Appointed Only To Ease Out 2010 Uprising In J&K: Geelani
  • Militants Disarm J&K Cops Guarding Minority Village
  • 'Negative Perception About Valley Must Go'
  • Veerappa Moily Wants To Ignite Corporate India Interests In Kashmir
  • NC Smells Rat, PDP Says Partially Significant
  • Parties In Kashmir Reject Interlocutors' Report As Govt's Trick To Buy Time
  • Kashmir Recipe: Pass The Buck
  • Interlocutors Propose Constitutional Committee To Review Central Acts Extended To J&K After 1952
  • It’s A White Lie: Bilal E-mail Print PDF
  • Jamiat Makes Common Cause With Kashmir
  • Take legal course for militants returning from Nepal route: PC
  • MLA ‘Reveals’ Hurriyat’s Poll Plan
  • Omar Asks Pakistan To Allow Its Airspace To J-K Flights
  • NC Won’t Allow Dilution Of Article 370: Nazir
  • Infiltrator killed, 3 retrieve; Army jawan hurt on LoC
  • Prof Ghani Refuses To Relent On UN Remarks
  • Hurriyat (M) Will Discipline Its Members: Mirwaiz
  • A Blooming Tourist Season In The Kashmir Valley
  • Multi-pronged Strategy In Place To Tackle Un-employment Crisis: Omar
  • AJK PM Assures Timely Completion Of Mangla Dam Rehab
  • Lashkar Module Busted In Poonch
  • Return Of Kashmiri Pandits Essential For Peace In Kashmir: GOC
  • Hurriyat UN Rift Triggers Free-for-all
  • Jammu And Kashmir Ultras Face Cash Crunch
  • 7 More Babies Die, Toll Crosses 365
  • Azad targets State Govt on transfer of power to Panchayats
  • ‘Kashmir Society Facing Western Onslaught’
  • Militants Carry Out Two Attacks In Kashmir, 7 Injured
  • Cong, NC Take Turns To Run Down Each Other
  • Govt withdraws 284 FIRs against over 2000 youth in Kashmir
  • Grassroots Democracy Threatened In The Valley
  • 1-quintal Bomb Defused
  • Omar Will Step Down If Separatist Join Mainstream, Sagar
  • Leh Incident: 'All-night Hunt For Officers, Slogans On Loudspeakers'
  • India to seek extradition of Hafiz, 20 others at HS level talks: Singh
  • Kashmir: Will Separatists Fight 2014 Assembly Polls?
  • HS meets Guv, CM; discuss AFSPA, Rehab Policy
  • 58,697 Kashmiri Migrants In Country: Govt
  • Separatists Should Unite Against Mainstream Camp: Bilal
  • Kashmiri Girls On Wheels Of Independence
  • Candle Light Vigil Against Corruption
  • Mysterious Posters Come Up With 'hit List' In Kashmir
  • Cross-LoC Traders Pin Hopes On Home Secy’s JK Visit
  • 60 International Buyers In Srinagar Busy Negotiating Deals With Handicraft Exporters
  • At Kashmir Varsity, Cops Answer Ball With Bullets
  • Peace Impossible Till Resolution Of Kashmir Issue: Hizbul Mujahideen Chief
  • Mufti And Jagmohan Ordered Massacres In J&K In The 90s: Omar Abdullah
  • Prof Gani Bhat's 2012 truth: compulsion or admission?
  • Defence Ministry Trashes JK Police Reports
  • When We Left, There Was Gunfire Everywhere... Today, We Can Smell Peace’
  • Quiet, But Not Peaceful
  • J&K A Victim Of Trust Deficit: PDP
  • Leh Clash: Col Relieved Of Duties, 5 Officers Attached
  • JK Uses Only Half Of Allowed Water Share For Irrigation
  • Six Terrorists Killed On Kashmir Border
  • Defence land scam goes up to Rs 800 cr
  • Poor Governance Fuels Alienation: Governor
  • Defence Land Scam: CBI Raids Offices In Kashmir
  • ‘Pak-India Trade To Help Resolve Kashmir Issue’
  • Tension grips Army Regiment at Nyoma after clashes between officers, jawan
  • Mirwaiz Rules Out Rift In Hurriyat (M)
  • Don’t Wait For Implementation Of UN Resolutions: Bhat
  • Major infiltration bid foiled in Uri, 5 militants killed
  • Kashmir’s Spiral-horned Markhor Goat In Peril
  • JK’s Annual Income Rs 6500 Cr Against Wage Bill Of Rs 11500 Cr: Omar
  • Hundreds arrested, scores injured as police uses force
  • 'Pak Formally Proposed Siachen Pullback'
  • Kashmir Dispute Must Be Resolved: Imran
  • No Shift In Pak Policy On Ceasefire Violations
  • Hurriyat Conference on verge of split
  • Ready To Take On Separatists In Poll Arena: Omar Abdullah
  • Kashmir Has Never Been Better In Almost 25 Years
  • Omar asks Centre to take steps for addressing Kashmir issue
  • Indian Troops On Vantage Positions In Siachen: Pak
  • Moderate's Assertions Over UN Resolutions Add To The Crisis In Mirwaiz Camp
  • Govt Hikes Imams' Emoluments By 66%
  • UN Resolutions Now Inapplicable: Prof Bhat
  • Srinagar '129 Army Personnel Found Guilty In Right Violation Cases'
  • Absconding In Winter, Durbar Returns To Savour Kashmir Spring
  • Geelani Summons Religious Leaders Over Sectarian Divide
  • From Streets To Social Media, Valley’s Stray Dog Debate Goes Virtual
  • Omar opposes NCTC, likens it with AFSPA
  • Cong Says, Indira-Sheikh Accord Only Way Forward
  • Mission Lal Ded In Kashmir
  • Record 10 Candidates From The State Crack All India Civil Services Exam
  • Kashmir's First Traffic Light Triggers A Jam
  • A Whiff Of Participation
  • Declare Ahmadi Sect Non-Muslim: J&K Grand Mufti
  • Soldier Killed In Militant Fire In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Sufi Preachers Deny Delhi Patronage
  • Omar to oppose clause on exclusive operations
  • Kashmiri Prodigals Wanting To Return To India Harassed By Pak Officials
  • SC’s Pathribal Ruling A Setback For Victims: Amnesty
  • Azad Rules Out Change Of CM, Says Omar To Continue In Office
  • Ultras, 9 Pak Wives Being Shifted To Srinagar
  • 2600 Kashmiris Crossed LoC In 20 Yrs
  • Army Should Take Decision In 8 Weeks, Says Supreme Court
  • Peace In Kashmir Raises Hopes As Summer Arrives
  • BFO Report Is A Clear Indictment Of Pakistan: Panun
  • Radicalised Youth Bulge A Problem In Kashmir: Shiv Murari Sahai
  • APRIL

  • Crime Branch Preliminary Probe Established Yousuf Took Money
  • Corruption Of Brand Kashmir Appalling: Mirwaiz
  • UK For End To External Support For Violence In J&K
  • Farman Shinwari Named Chief Of Al-Qaida In Pakistan
  • Forgotten, Forbidden Cinema Culture Of Kashmir
  • Imran Khan Contradicts Own Stand On Kashmir
  • No Perfect Solution To Kashmir In Sight: Kasuri
  • Yousuf Death Row: Magisterial Probe Exonerates Omar, Aides
  • Lone Begins Campaign For Lifting Ban On Students Politics
  • Ahead of HS talks, traders meet on LoC
  • Kashmir Religious Leaders Deny Sectarian Tension
  • Mirwaiz, Geelani Welcome Ban Ki-moon's Kashmir Statement, Says To Do More
  • Chinese Expedition To PoK Glacier
  • Kashmir Should Be Resolved: UN Chief
  • Govt Aid For Muslim Sects Creating Divide: Mirwaiz
  • Bollywood Gets Back Its Favourite Backdrop As Peace Returns To Kashmir
  • Solve Kashmir Issue In Your Tenure: Tarigami To PM
  • PM should accept Zardari’s invitation to visit Pak: Omar
  • Hurriyat Leader Geelani Booked For Inciting Crowds Against State
  • Congress Desperate To Be No. 1 In Kashmir Politics
  • Indo-Pak relations have direct bearing on J&K: Omar
  • Sarpanchs Barred From Conference In South Kashmir
  • Geelani Calls Kashmir Issue As Creation Of Britain
  • Kashmir Voted Best Emerging Tourist Destination Of India
  • Worlds First Online Kashmiri Radio Station Launched
  • Summer Will Prove Real Test For Forces In JK: Antony
  • Centre Wades Into Barelwi-Wahabi Duel?
  • Omar For Financially Self-reliant J&K
  • Once A Battlefront, Now A Picnic Spot In Valley
  • Who Are The Real Enemies Of ‘happy’ Kashmir?
  • Kashmir Issue Will Be Resolved Without Help Of Pakistan: Yasin Malik
  • Gilani Firm On Resolving Siachen, Kashmir Dispute Through Dialogue
  • Fai's Indian beneficiaries unfazed but under surveillance
  • Mobile Bunkers To Replace CRPF Pickets
  • In Kashmir, Some Hot Potatoes
  • Ex-militants To Help Plug Infiltration From Nepal
  • BRO Plans To Link Leh And Srinagar With All-weather Roads
  • Bijbehara IED blast mastermind & HM’s div comdr arrested
  • Justice Delivery Painfully Slow In JK: Amnesty
  • Jammu And Kashmir's Oldest Party Gets A Youthful Vote With New Spokesman
  • ‘PDP, Security Forces Suspect’
  • An Army Bunker Set To Become Part Of History
  • FM Deviates From Kashmir Policy: JI
  • Search Continues For Victims Of Kashmir Avalanche
  • Omar Questions Kashmir’s 'Darbar' Shift Tradition
  • Kashmir No Excuse For Pak To Maintain Close Ties With Haqqani Network: US
  • India, Pak Finalising Details On Siachen Talks
  • Christian Duo Held For ‘promoting Enmity’ In Kashmir
  • Pakistan Avalanche Brings Call For Glacier Demilitarisation
  • 'Kashmiris Not Averse To Indo-PaK Dialogue Process'
  • AFSPA Withdrawal A Long Process: Azad
  • Govt to bring Ordinance for protection of temples in Valley
  • Kashmir To Throw Open Its Heritage To Visitors
  • Trial Against Geelani's Alleged Aide, Three Others Begins
  • Kashmir Remains Core Issue Between India, Pak: FM
  • Kashmir Lifeline Of Pakistan, Says Shahbaz
  • K-issue Cannot Be A Roadblock: Pak
  • Omar for removal of 24 more CRPF bunkers, AFSPA withdrawal
  • PC: LOC Remains Vulnerable
  • Terror Group Lashkar Asks Kashmiri Panchayat Leaders To Quit
  • Pakistan Asks India To Honor Siachen ‘deal’
  • Unlike Mamata, Omar Plays Down Caricature On Facebook
  • PC to present security report on J&K, terrorism
  • Self Rule Nor Autonomy Can Resolve Kashmir Issue:Vakil
  • Kargil Observes Bandh Against Gilgit-Baltistan Violence
  • Centre Grants Rs 50 Crore Each For Three Mega Tourism Projects In Jammu And Kashmir
  • K-Panel Mere Ploy To Defuse Crisis: Rasheed
  • Interlocutors too put weight behind proposals to repeal, amend AFSPA
  • Valley’s Valued Woodcarving Art Dying Silent Death
  • Kashmiri Farmer Invents 'singing Lantern'
  • Revoke AFSPA, Restore Autonomy: NC
  • A Key To Kashmir
  • Looking Forward To Resolve All Issues: Pak
  • ‘Kashmir Settlement Should Apply On Both Sides Of LoC'
  • Govt to submit report on Fai’s links to MHA in one month
  • Kashmir May Be Hit By Mega Quake Soon: Study
  • File objections in encounter involving Gen Singh: HC
  • AFSPA Notified, Implemented By JK Govt: MHA
  • Kashmir Report Rules Out ‘simple Return To Pre-1953 Situation'
  • India Offers To Discuss Kashmir With Pakistan
  • US Ready To Help India, Pak To Resolve Siachen
  • Indo-Pak Talks Process Aimless, Endless: Salahuddin
  • HC Asks J&K Government To Give Compensation To Displaced Kashmiri
  • 3 amendments proposed in AFSPA, report of Interlocutors will be made public
  • 52 Youth Return From PoK
  • Muslims, Pandits Join Hands To Save Kashmir’s Temple Land
  • Overall Security Scene In JK Stable: Def Ministry
  • Zardari Must Visit Kashmir, Anti-India Terror Should Stop: Omar
  • HM Spokesman Turns Anti-drug Campaigner
  • J&K Wants Red Corner Notice For Fai, Saeed
  • Mainstream Parties Upbeat, Separatists Indifferent To Zardari's India Visit
  • India And Pakistan Should Favor Cash Over Kashmir
  • Farooq Restructures NC, Retains Presidency
  • Govt sets up SIT to expose Fai's agents
  • Kashmir Waits For Hope Tunnel
  • Avalanche Buries 124 Pakistani Soldiers And 11 Civilians
  • Police Data Favour AFSPA Revocation
  • Book On Foreigners' Kidnapping Sparks Debate In J-K
  • Geelani’s Address Triggers Stone-pelting In North Kashmir, Says Police
  • Zardari Visit: Pakistan Hopes For Peace; Says No Compromise On Kashmir
  • Geelani: Pak Rulers ‘Overawed’ By India
  • Badgam DC’s Aug 4, 1980 PSA warrant still pending against Fai
  • Ghulam Nabi Fai Supporters Should Explain Their Position: Panun Kashmir
  • 10-hour Kashmir Gunfight Ends, Five Militants Killed
  • J&K Birth And Death Rates Below National Average
  • Omar for restoration of phone link between J&K, PoK
  • J&K Govt Rules Out Charging Of Tax On Vaishnodevi Pilgrims
  • In J&K, LeT Has Been Shifting Base And Changing Strategy
  • Govt-backed Gunmen Killed 4 Foreign Tourists In 1995: Book
  • 48226 Applications Received For Cross-LoC Travel: Omar
  • Geelani Calls Strike For Fai
  • Kashmiri Pandit Youth Call Off 22nd Day Hunger Strike
  • Pass house tax bill or Centre will keep grants blocked: CM
  • IAF To Set Up Major Airbase In Nobra Valley
  • Kashmir First Rock Band Has Sufi Poetry On Blues
  • 24 Bunkers Being Removed
  • Fai Tries To Implicate Indian, US Officials
  • Police Submit Fresh List To SHRC
  • Jammu & Kashmir Cops Made More Accountable
  • Hizbul Chief's Claims Diversionary Tactics: Home Ministry
  • MARCH

  • Engineer Arrested In Bijbehara Car Blast Case
  • Mirwaiz NOT Controlled By ISI, Says Hurriyat
  • Fai funded separatists, ultras with hawala money
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salahudin Says His Men Not In Kashmir Valley
  • Civil Society Threatens Agitation
  • Mirwaiz controlled by ISI: US Attorney
  • A Haunting Tale Of Dead Houses In Jammu And Kashmir
  • UN Special Rapporteur Urges India To Repeal AFSPA
  • Omar for comprehensive dialogue between India, Pakistan
  • PDP Flays Goa Govt’s Tagging Of Kashmiri Businessmen
  • AFSPA Issue To Be Taken Up With Centre: Omar
  • 5 Militants Killed In Kupwara Encounter
  • Omar says no to NCTC’s operational part, announces amnesty for 2704 Kashmir youth
  • OIC Pledges Diplomatic Support To Kashmiri Separatists, To Release Report On Rights Abuses
  • Census Reveals Backwardness Of JK
  • Forces Gun Down Five LeT Terrorists In Kashmir
  • Will Implement AFSPA Panel Recommendations: Omar
  • Reddy Panel Report On AFSPA Gathers Dust
  • Day After Geelani Was Hecked, Kashmir Varsity Students Protest
  • Yasin Malik Is A Habitual Liar: Kashmiri Leader
  • Attack Evokes Widespread Condemnation
  • Hurriyat Hawk Syed Geelani Heckled In City
  • Armymen in Pathribal case: Centre files affidavit before SC
  • UN Special Envoy Arrives To Assess Extrajudicial Situations
  • Scenario In J&K Conducive For Revoking AFSPA: CPI(M)
  • Amending PSA No Use: Legal Experts
  • Chidambaram To Launch Website For J-K Youths
  • J&K Government's Surrender Policy Raises Hizb Hackles
  • Chinese Engineers Spotted In PoK: Army Officer
  • Minister’s Son Beats Couple In Leh
  • Farooq disillusioned with politics, says it has more bricks than bouquets
  • India Tries To Mollify, Lanka Warns On Kashmir
  • Kashmir Car Blast: Student Killed Has No Militant Links, Say Police
  • Don’t pass judgments or reach hasty conclusion: CM, Guv
  • Biz Community Hail Govt Decision To Set Up Food Parks
  • China: Stapled Visas Discontinued
  • Omar declares cyclone as natural calamity across J&K
  • 1 Killed, 16 Hurt In Kashmir Car Blast
  • Pakistan Resorts To 'unprovoked Firing' On The LoC
  • Jammu-Poonch Rail Link To Be Taken Up As National Project: GOI
  • Windstorm Damaged Over 15000 Buildings: Govt
  • JKCA Members Want Farooq Abdullah To Order CBI Probe
  • Hurriyat (G) Flays Mirwaiz’s Statement
  • Espousing Kashmir Cause- Lessons From Geneva
  • Chief Minister Reviews Situation
  • Storms Rip Across Kashmir, Life Out Of Gear
  • Say No To Municipal Polls: Geelani To Voters
  • Massive uproar over Pak bid to give Gilgit, Baltistan to China
  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire, Resorts To Heavy Firing Along Line Of Contro
  • Persecution Of Hindus In Kashmir Valley
  • NC Sticks By UPA On NCTC
  • Pathribal encounter 'cold blooded murders' : CBI
  • J&K: Concrete Threat To Dachigam National Park
  • Kashmir Decks Up To Attract 20 Lakh Tourists
  • Saner elements prevail over miscreants to restore normalcy in Rajouri town
  • Militants May Make A Comeback In Kashmir
  • India, Pak Must Address Kashmir Issue: Zardari
  • Alleged Meet With Raw Chief
  • GoM resolves Rajouri crisis: curfew lifted, normalcy restored
  • Govt Meddling In JKB Affairs Would Hamper Its Growth: Omar
  • 6,000 Turn Up For Army Recruitment Rally In Kashmir
  • Curfew Continues For 2nd Day In Rajouri
  • LA Ruckus Over Indus Water Treaty
  • Doggyleaks: The Truth About Kashmir’s Canines And The Cost Of Negligence
  • Kashmir Militant Outfits Warn Scribes Against 'interest-based, Biased Reporting'
  • Kashmir Be Recognised As Political Issue: Imran
  • Kashmir Says Cheers!
  • Curfew again imposed in Rajouri; cops, women among several injured
  • Is Delhi HC Blast Accused Dead?
  • 60,000 Kashmiri Families Denied Passport
  • Trivedi predicts delay in Kashmir rail link due to less funding
  • Breach Of Privilege Motion Against PDP MLC In LC
  • NIA Chargeseheets Six In The Delhi High Court Blast Case
  • Day Curfew Lifted From Rajouri
  • The Disappearing Ponds Of Kashmir
  • Kashmir Varsity Produces World's First Cloned Pashmina Goat
  • Nothing Wrong With ‘Azadi’: Wajahat
  • 'Kashmir’s Mughal Road Project To Be Completed By March 2013’
  • Farooq rejects allegations as PDP stages walk-out
  • Kashmiri Students Want AFSPA To Go
  • Curfew continues in Rajouri for 5th day with 2 hour relaxation
  • New ISI Chief: Pak Won't Give Up Terrorism In Kashmir
  • Delhi Conclave For 3-pronged Peace Process In JK
  • India, Pakistan Should Focus On Non-Kashmir Issues: Sartaj Aziz
  • Angry Mob Sets Army Truck On Fire In Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Gujjar Leaders Meet Antony, Request Him Not To Revoke AFSPA
  • JK Minister Says Central Devolutions Our Constitutional Right
  • Kashmiri Youth No Longer Swayed By Militancy: Police
  • Fresh tension in Rajouri: curfew defied at 3 places
  • Top Hizb Militant’s Spouse Detained
  • 'J-K Has 36,600 Militancy-hit Orphans, Widows And Disabled'
  • Revive LoC Trade
  • Army alerted, curfew continues in Rajouri
  • PDP Seeks Criminal Case Against Farooq Abdullah In JKCA Scam
  • NC Demands Re-negotiation Of NHPC Agreements
  • Kashmir Abuzz With Fallout Of Congress Debacle
  • J&K: Religious Procession Stoned
  • No Single Party Could Resolve The Kashmir Issue :Vakil
  • Bid To Revive Forests In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Discussion Held On Indo-Pak Relations In Kashmir Backdrop
  • Geelani Gets Summon, Hurriyat Dubs It As Political Vendetta
  • Will Ripples Of Congress Debacle Reach J&K?
  • CISF And Police Fight In Court Over Death Of Jammu And Kashmir Teenager
  • J&K getting less plan, falling in debt trap: Baig
  • Gen Bikram's Appointment: J&K Hopes To Clinch AFSPA Issue Now
  • J&K BUdget: FM waives off VAT on LPG
  • No Fishy Business
  • J&K Study Centre Clears Air On Disturbances In Northern State
  • PDP For Return Of Migrant KPs: Mufti
  • FM to present budget today amid rising debt, revenue expenditure, power bill
  • Bringing Hebrew To Kashmir
  • Pakistan Occupied Kashmir To Honour J&K Militants
  • JK Groans In Debt Trap
  • ED sets Municipal election process into motion
  • 4 On Trial For Funding Hizbul Mujahideen In Valley
  • Great Game In Kashmir
  • Freezing Kashmir Issue Not Acceptable: Yaseen Malik
  • Suicides Soar In Kashmir
  • ‘Kashmir House’ Was Their Bid For New Home
  • Gilgit-Baltistan Deal With China By Pakistan A Concern Says PK
  • Economy grows at 6.78 pc, PCI at ' 41,833
  • Yasin Malik,others Appear In Court
  • Another L-e-T Man Held In Jharkhand
  • Geelani's Words Helped Lashker-e-Taiba Man Ehtesham Secure Pakistan Visa
  • FEBRUARY

  • Speaker withdraws remarks, media ends boycott of proceedings
  • Army Gives More Proof Of Chinese Incursion In Ladakh
  • What If India, Pakistan Freeze Kashmir Issue?
  • Face Of Hope Reflects Calm In Kashmir
  • Statesmanship Needed To Resolve Kashmir: Omar
  • Media continues boycott of Legislature for 2nd day
  • A Sheep Farm Vs Kashmir's Dwindling Hanguls
  • 'I Have Not Softened My Stand On Kashmir'
  • Geelani Says No Track-II, Mirwaiz For Trilateral Engagement
  • Opening Their Eyes To A New World
  • Government Undermining Institutions: Mehbooba
  • Jammu-Kashmir: Chaos In Assembly During Question Hour
  • Two LeT ultras killed in Kishtwar, outfit wiped out
  • Hurriyat Plans To Revive Its Closed Office In Delhi
  • Pakistan May Junk Kashmir Issue Temporarily
  • PoK Avails LoC Travel Much More Than J&K Does
  • Corruption Clamour In House
  • Jammu tops list of tax collection
  • Activists Decry Violence Against Kashmiri Christians, Seek Help
  • Snow, Avalanches Damaged LoC Fencing: Parnaik
  • Massive uproar over corruption, Mufti leads walkout in Assembly
  • JK People Deserve Change: Sajad Lone
  • Kashmir Govt Yet To Implement Omar’s Amnesty To Stone-throwers
  • Pak Summons Hurriyat Leaders In Islamabad For Consultation On Kashmir Dispute
  • Oppn disrupts Guv Address against discrimination
  • Zero Tolerance Towards Terrorism & Human Rights Violations:Vohra
  • 16 Army Men Killed In Avalanches
  • Jammu And Kashmir Hurriyat Leaders To Pen 'truth' In Books
  • J-K Budget Session Likely To Start On Stormy Note
  • J&K Police Build Database Of Residents
  • Valley Based Congress Cadres Up In Arms
  • Help Pakistani Kashmiris' 'freedom Struggle', India Urged
  • SAC Initiates Probe Against Peerzada
  • Political appointment of DGP, SVC may not augur well for J&K
  • Kashmir Youth Most Media Savvy
  • Omar Favours Centre-State Dialogue On NCTC
  • Anxiety Related Disorders On Rise In J&K
  • Govt announces 16 new ULBs: 12 for Kashmir, 4 for Jammu
  • Shivratri Unites Kashmiri Hindus, Muslims
  • Tax Revenues In Jammu And Kashmir Touch A High Of Rs 4,800 Crore
  • JK Joins Anti-NCTC Chorus
  • Kashmir Sends Tulips To Other States, With Love
  • Alliance Takes A Swing, Cong Readies To Face Blows Within
  • Examgate: Sonia Gandhi Faces Fire For 'patronising' Graft In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Farooq adopts middle path on NCTC issue
  • Police Withdrawing Cases Against Stone Pelters: IGP
  • Kashmir Sees First Street Protest Over Dogs, Police Stops Rally
  • Peerzada’s Fate Will Be Decided By Sonia: Farooq
  • After Public Outcry, Jammu And Kashmir Police Revoke Order To Collect Customer Details
  • Kashmiri Youth Shunning Violence, Pakistan: Survey
  • India: Accused Pastor In Kashmir Given Reprieve
  • Why Is The Hardliner Knocking On Moderate Doors?
  • 'Orphans Turning Into Mental Wrecks In Kashmir'
  • PMO Gets RTI Query On JK ‘corruption’
  • 80,000 Cases Pending In Kashmir Courts: Bar
  • Many Indians Are Kindhearted: Geelani
  • Plight Of Young Brides In Kashmir, Sold To Older Strangers For A Pittance
  • Who Pilfered Rs 24,000 Cr? NC To Mufti
  • Act Against Tainted Ministers: Mehbooba To Omar
  • Cabinet Approves CSC Report For Reclaiming Salal, Uri-I Project
  • Hurriyat (M) To Highlight Economic Issues
  • Dukhtaran Brigade Raid Café’s, Gift Shops
  • Anti-Deadwood Drive: Cleansing Of Admin Begins, 13 Officers Shown Door
  • SaMaPa Aalap Festival 2012 Concludes
  • Declare Kashmir A Free Trade Zone: JK-JCCI
  • 13 days time to Omar to respond to affidavit by Yousuf's kin
  • In The Eye Of Storm, Cong Leaders Meet To Frame Strategy
  • The Future Cannot Be Hostage To The Past Whether In Kashmir Or Elsewhere
  • State Cong Backs Omar
  • Two ultras, Pakistani wife among 7 held in City
  • Kashmir Dispute Should Be Resolved, Says MQM Chief
  • A Big Blow For Pak Lobbyist Fai At UN
  • Cong Snubs Omar, Rejects J&K Minister’s Resignation
  • JKLF Strike Stalls Life In Kashmir
  • 1987 Elections Most Unfortunate In Kashmir History: Vohra
  • Urdu Daily: Chinese Military Taking Over Gilgit Baltistan
  • Peerzada resigns, sends letter to Sonia instead of Omar
  • Kashmiris Being Included In Talks: Mirwaiz
  • Valley Youth Shot, Villagers Protest
  • Punjabi Taliban Announces Jihad In Kashmir
  • Peerzada’s Fate To Be Decided In 24 Hours: Omar
  • Industries Sagging In Jammu And Kashmir
  • NIF 'shodh' To Assist Kashmiri Electricians
  • Aamir Bats For Good Ol’ Valley
  • Cabinet gives nod to holding of Municipal polls by April
  • Inquiry Confirms Copying
  • Lashkar's Renewed Threats Cause Unease In Kashmir
  • India Concerned Over Chinese Troops Presence In PoK
  • AFSPA Not To Protect Criminal Acts: Omar
  • Home Ministry Shoots Down Pleas To Prosecute Killer Soldiers
  • In Kashmir, A Village And Its World
  • Pak-American pleads guilty to funnelling money to Kashmiri
  • JK NGOs Got Rs 220 Cr Foreign Funding
  • Rather Concerned Over Burgeoning Power Losses
  • Joint Kashmir Chamber Calls For Free Movement For Traders
  • Jammu And Kashmir High Court Slaps Rs 10 Lakh Fine Each On Seven Telecom Companies
  • PDP Led Regime Carved Out A Path Of Peace, Development: Mehbooba
  • Police Looking To Rehabilitate, Restore Dignity Of Ex-militants
  • Pakistan Cannot Afford War Over Kashmir: Yousuf Raza Gilani
  • Kashmiris Be Briefed On Pros, Cons Of MFN: Fazl
  • Commission to check fake PRCs not receiving Govt cooperation
  • Track II Diplomacy On Kashmir Reactivated
  • JUI-F Chief Urges Pakistan, India To Resolve Kashmir Issue Via Dialogue
  • Pakistan Extends All-out Support To Kashmiris: Zardari
  • Kashmiris Not Against India’s Integrity: Geelani
  • Court Grills CBI Over Its Pathribal Probe
  • MHA gets tough on misuse of pre-paid mobile connections
  • Celebration Or Mockery Of Freedom In Kashmir?
  • JK’s Income Rs 600 Cr Only By All Means: Omar
  • Kashmir Legislator Seeks FIR Against Congress Minister
  • US Dredgers Successfully Tested In River Jhelum
  • Kashmir's Courageous Fish-wali
  • Omar calls for political solution to Kashmir problem
  • Grand Mufti Reacts To Geelani’s Statement
  • Taj Is Extremely Corrupt: Vakil
  • Pakistan FO Reiterates Pak Never Forgets Kashmir Cause
  • JANUARY

  • Kashmir Interlocutors' Report To Be Made Public: Chidambaram
  • Valley Condemns Fatwa For Pastors
  • Conversion Row Torments Kashmiri Christians
  • ‘Valley Of Saints,’ A Kashmir Love Story, Wins Praise
  • Imran Blames India, Pak Leaders For Failing To Resolve Kashmir
  • Saeed Attacks India, Calls For Kashmir's Liberation
  • Bowing Further, Symbiosis U Dumps Seminar On Kashmir
  • With Temperature At Record Lows, The Kashmir Valley Warms Up With Innovative Appliances
  • Kashmir Congress Leader Calls Party Minister Corrupt
  • Discuss Interlocutors’ Report In Parliament:Dr Farooq
  • Omar Surprised At Army's Resistance To AFSPA Removal
  • Courts to hear IT Deptt’s prosecution cases against Geelani, Malik, Shabir in Feb, Mar
  • Indian PM Desirous Of Resolving Kashmir: Gilani
  • Congress Leaders Play Blame Game In J&K
  • Kashmiri youth rate corruption bigger issue than human rights
  • ‘People Will Act If The State Fails To Stop Conversion’
  • No encouraging response from India Inc on investments: Omar
  • Geelani Scorns Sharia Court
  • Supreme Court Seeks Government's Stand On Jammu And Kashmir Encounter
  • Anti-American Protest In Kashmir For Release Of Pakistani Scientist Jailed In US
  • Rangers accept infiltrator's body for first time
  • Raw Deal For Braveheart
  • 63rd RD Celebrated Patriotic Fervor, Enthusiasm Across The Valley
  • Failure Of Militancy
  • Efforts For AFSPA Revocation Will Continue: Omar
  • Eradicate corrupt elements from Govt machinery: Guv
  • Jehad Council Threatens Attacks In Kashmir
  • No LPG, Back To Basics In Kashmir
  • Salahuddin Hails Separatists For Raising Day To Day Issues
  • Mob set ablaze houses of 3 accused
  • Cong Worker Shot Dead In Pulwama
  • Kashmir Avalanche: BSF Officer's Body Recovered, Six Missing
  • SC to seek MHA, DM response on Pathribal killings
  • Pottery Fades In Kashmir Amidst Lack Of Youth Interest
  • Kashmir Widows, Orphans Worst-hit
  • Famous Houseboats Of Kashmir Are Sinking Into Watery Graves
  • 1500 stranded trucks cleared from NH
  • Wajahat For Extension Of NCM Act To JK
  • Delhi HC Blast: Hizb's 'doctor', Showkat's Assassins Quizzed By NIA
  • Kashmir Zealots Push Christians Into Valley Of Fear
  • Govt keeps options open on PSA ordinance
  • Cold Hits Shikara Owners’ Biz, Keeps Tourists At Bay
  • IAF Airlifts 550 Stranded People In J&K
  • Highway Partially Open
  • Snowfall To Stand Kashmiris In Good Stead
  • NC Govt Should Shun Discrimination While Providing Relief: BJP
  • 3 LeT OGWs arrested
  • Kashmiri Pandits, The Nowhere People
  • Over 3000 vehicles stranded on highway
  • Battle Lines Drawn Over 1975 Accord
  • Fatwa Against Christian Schools In Kashmir
  • 23 Years On, Kashmiri Pandits Remain Refugees In Their Own Nation
  • After Snowfall, Ministers Descend On Valley
  • 3 Kashmiris Feature In Jaipur Lit Fest
  • Indo-Pak Dialogue Reduced Trust Deficit, Says Gilani
  • Male Child Preference In Kashmir India Marks Continuing Grave Impacts For Girls
  • Kashmir Cut Off For Third Day, Snowfall Stops
  • China to set upworking mechanism on border management
  • Centre to withdraw 52 para-military companies from J&K for elections
  • MHA Dithers To Make K Panel Report Public
  • Cong, NC MLAs To Return To Kashmir
  • Unbroken Power Supply: Pleasant Surprise For People
  • LPG Shortage Hits Kashmir As Snowfall Continues
  • Two killed, 28 injured as roof of PTC collapses due to snow
  • Kashmir Freezing, Desolate, Bereft Of Hope & Supplies
  • Taj Opposes Govt Move
  • Defence, Home Ministries To Decide On AFSPA In Jammu And Kashmir: Source
  • JKP, ED to take RBI help in checking terror funding
  • Govt May Pull Kashmir’s Plug Again As Experts Foresee Heavy Snow
  • Cong Fails To Fulfill Poll Promises
  • Kashmir Newspapers Going To The Dogs
  • Re-cycled militants' gang busted in Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir Shariat Court Indicts Priests Of Conversion
  • All Not Well In Kashmir , Mufti Tells Government
  • Kashmir Bruised But Unbowed As Cold Busts Charts
  • Kashmir Arranges Free Lunches For Migratory Birds
  • Cold Breaks 16 Year Record
  • Kashmir’s Poisonous White Revolution
  • Kashmir's Jamaat Opposes Rushdie's Visit, Lambasts Omar For Defence
  • Govt Asks Civil Service Officers To Declare Assets By Jan 31
  • Rushdie’s India Visit Has No Bearing On Muslim Concerns: Omar
  • Congress Behind My Ouster: Kamaal
  • Powerless Jammu And Kashmir’s Winter Of Discontent
  • Govt to set up Commission or separate deptt for PSGA implementation: CM
  • Kashmir As Safe As Any Place In The World, Tourism Official
  • Terrorists on run in J&K: GOC-in-C
  • IAF Helps Restore Power In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Kashmir Body Endorses MFN Status
  • Unfolding Kashmir’s Charm, Magic Of Tantra
  • Kashmiri Pandits Vow To Fight For 'separate Homeland'
  • Civil Society Questions Lopsided Power Planning
  • Kashmir Leader Opts To Shiver With The Masses
  • CM visits various areas in Valley, reviews essential services
  • Kashmir Issue Taught Me 3 Key Things: Musharraf
  • After Peaceful 2011, Security Agencies Fear Fresh Militant Recruitments
  • Dubai-born Lady Engineers Change In Kashmir
  • Militants Attack SP’s Escort, P-S In Sopore
  • Omar gets power supply to his house, VIP areas disconnected
  • Sri Sri Urges Kashmiri Pandit Community To Return To Valley
  • ‘Pak Rulers Hurt Kashmir More Than India’
  • Kashmir Shuts On Power Cuts, Killing
  • 1st Global Kashmiri Pandit Youth Meet Today
  • NC-Cong CC meets today to discuss reshuffle, other issues
  • India Plans 11 Tunnels On Pak, China Borders
  • Power Protests Turn Violent In Baramulla
  • LeT Module Busted In Kashmir, 6 Extremists Held
  • I Was Destined To Become Chief Minister Of Jammu & Kashmir: Omar Abdullah
  • AFSPA not put on backburner: Omar
  • Kashmir: Under Siege' CISF Men Had Orders To Fire At Protesters
  • LeT Recruiting Educated Youth, Planning Attacks On Politicians
  • Omar emerges from trouble to complete 3 years today
  • US Favours Bilateral Channels To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • LeT Raises New All-women Terror Outfit For Kashmir With 21 Girls
  • ‘Inquiry Report Suggests CISF Followed SoP’
  • Quick Action In Kashmir After Death Of Protester
  • KEA Calls For Kashmir Bandh On January 6
  • Kashmir Cops Launch New Teams To Fight ‘Facebook Jihad’
  • Kashmir Killing: Separatists Fan The Fire
  • NHPC Guards Open Fire On Protestors, Kill Youth
  • Saudi Charities Pump In Huge Funds Through Hawala Channels To Radicalise The Valley
  • Valley Traders Support PaK Counterparts On LoC Trade
  • BSF lodges protest with Rangers on ceasefire violation
  • Govt seeks 50 police bns to replace para-military
  • NC Longs To See Peace Prevail, K Issue Resolved


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