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Kashmiris ushered in 2009 with prayers of peace and normalcy. The previous year came to a close with the conclusion of a highly successful elections to the state legislative assembly. Tens of thousands of voters braved the intense cold and threat from militants to cast their votes. Clearly, Kashmiris want to get on with their lives and wish to have a greater say in governance. The call from the seprataist forces to boycott the elections was heeded only in some hardline quarters of Srinagar and a few other towns. The previous year had also witnessed a prolonged and successful agitation against the state government's decision to allot land for the Amarnath shrine. The agitation hit businesses hard but in the end the government was forced to rescind its decision. This gave confidence to Kashmiris that their will would be ultimately prevail and that their interests could be secured within the existing political framework. The separatists, however, do not accept this framework and the struggle in Kashmir is likely to continue this year with more Pakistan trained militants expected in the Valley.

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December

  • Hindus, Muslims Throng The Shrine Of Kashmir Sufi Saint
  • Autonomy Will Usher In Peace In J&K : NC
  • J&K Prepaid Ban To Stay
  • Kashmir's Houseboats In Decline
  • Kashmir To Party After 20 Long Years
  • To Lure Pandits Back, J-K Offers Jobs In Valley
  • No Back Channel On Kashmir: FO
  • Omar Submits Controversial Working Group Report To PM
  • Row Over Goods’ List Halts Cross-LoC Trade
  • This Year, J-K Saw Violence Drop By 25 Pc
  • Quiet Talks In January, Solution In 3 Months
  • US Says It’s Not Brokering Any Kashmir Deal
  • South Asian Agenda For Jammu & Kashmir
  • J-K Traders Refuse PoK Items, Trade Suspended
  • Muharram In Srinagar Marred By Violence
  • Toll Rises In Pakistan-administered Kashmir Blast
  • Exhuming The Truth On Shopian
  • Five Killed In Pakistan Bombing
  • Pandits Renew Homeland Demand
  • Safe Haven For Women Beaten And Abused In Kashmir
  • Bamiyaan like Buddha in Ladakh gets Govt focus
  • No LoC Trade From Tuesday, Say Frustrated Businessmen
  • J-K Govt To Celebrate 2010 As ‘Visit Kashmir’ Year
  • Shiite Mourners Hurt As Clashes Hit Indian Kashmir
  • Two top militants of LeT, HM nabbed
  • Experts Fear Famine-like Situation In Kashmir
  • Environmentalists Worried Over Global Warming Affecting Kashmir Climate
  • Kashmir Saw Protests, But Omar Spelt Hope
  • K Situation Not Normal: Antony
  • WG recommendations evoke reaction on expected lines
  • NC, PDP United On J&K Autonomy
  • J&K Autonomy: Centre 'manufacturing' Consent
  • Kashmir Autonomy Ball In PM Court
  • Mirwaiz Suspends Aide For Rejecting Backdoor Talks
  • BSF Warns Pakistan Rangers Of ‘counter-action’
  • PM’s Panel Echoes NC On Autonomy For J&K
  • Ladakh Parties Clash Over UT Demand
  • The Problem Of Pakistan
  • Violence Down But Militancy Not Over: DGP
  • BSF Foils Third Infiltration Bid In Four Days At LoC
  • Two Families Return Home From Pakistani Kashmir
  • Mufti Drops Bombshell: Says Hurriyat Sabotaged Mahbooba Pak Visit
  • Pak Provokes India, Heavy Firing On International Border
  • Row Over World Bank's Kashmir Clause
  • Trouble In Sopore: Police Assures Transfer Of Erring CRPF Men
  • Security Forces Foil Infiltration Bid In J&K
  • Pakistan Denies Mehbooba Visa, She Says No Big Deal
  • Keller Mourns Shiraza’s Killing
  • Hizbul Module Busted In Shopian, Say Police
  • 239 Militants Killed Till Nov End: DGP
  • 1 BSF Jawan Dead In Firing At LOC
  • Terrorists Gun Down NC Activist
  • Lawmaker Asks Obama To Engage India, Pak On Kashmir
  • Pak Says India Should 'tackle Real Issue' In Kashmir
  • Separatists Unimpressed By Troop Withdrawal
  • India Cuts Troops By 30K, Calls Pak Bluff
  • Kashmir Key To Indo-Pak Ties: US
  • Investigation Truthful: CBI
  • CBI Has Given Another Jolt To Kashmir: PDP
  • Medical Reports Fabricated, Slides Fudged, Witnesses Threatened, Offered Inducements: CBI Report Uncovers The ‘Shopian Conspiracy’
  • Govt Invites Foreign Help For Dal Restoration
  • Protests Rock City
  • Shopian: Wedding Plans Cut Short As Militants Shoot 21-year-old
  • Beneath The Beauty, The Most Traumatised Place In The World
  • Pollution Threatens Houseboat Owners' Way Of Life In Kashmir
  • 'Political Persons Helped CBI Win Over Witnesses'
  • CBI's Shopian Probe An Injustice To Kashmir
  • Shopian Fallout: Shutdown In Valley, 12 Injured In Clashes
  • Pak Paid Separatist: Bilal Lone
  • Kashmir Bandh Today
  • CBI Rules Out Rape, Murder In Shopian Case
  • Hillary Urges Talks On Kashmir
  • WB Project In J-K Stuck, Asks Govt To Sign Special Clause
  • Firing In Border Area Where DIG Was Killed
  • Hurriyat Closes Ranks After Qureshi Attack, Dialogue Move Gets Boost
  • Conflict-weary Kashmir Marks 20 Yrs Of Insurgency
  • I Was Framed By Hurriyat: Zamrooda
  • ‘If I React With A Bit Of Emotion, Good. For Too Long, Politics Has Been Dehumanised In This Country’
  • Pak Will Be Affected By Own Terrorism: Pillai
  • After Telangana Jammu Morcha Urge Jummuties To Start Struggle For Separate Statehood
  • Mehdi Elected Gilgit CM
  • 'Security Situation Has Improved Considerably', Pillai
  • 60 Hurt At Indian Kashmir Demo: Officials
  • US Rules Out Mediation On Kashmir
  • Talks Useless For Now: UJC
  • No Secret Overtures On Kashmir: FO
  • Zardari Seeks US Mediation On Kashmir Issue
  • J&K richest State in country
  • Beerwah Residents Clash With Army
  • Exposed: The Young Face Of J&K Terror
  • Centre Not Consulted On Ladakh Road Project, Says Krishna
  • Security Forces In Jammu Kashmir Alerted To Stop Infiltration
  • Tunnel Vision 2014: To Ladakh By Road In Sleet And Snow
  • Kashmir Conflict 'unfinished Business'
  • Fazal’s Party Says No Way Out Of Dialogue
  • Resolution Of Kashmir Issue Needed For Peace, Says Mullen
  • Protest Against ISI In Muzaffarabad
  • Militants Not In My Control: Geelani
  • Qureshi's Condition Improves, Taken Off Ventilator
  • Govt Shifts Over 15,000 Soldiers Out Of J&K
  • Kashmir's Anonymous Graves Summon Dark Days Of War
  • To Save The Himalayan Glaciers, YouTube Queen Sings In Paradise
  • Fazal Attack Sparks War Of Words
  • Mirwaiz Says Miscreants Behind Attack Opposing Kashmir Solution
  • Chinese Objections To Ladakh Road Due To Differing Perceptions: India
  • Protests In Kashmir Over Separatist Shooting
  • Dialogue Only Way Out, Says Mirwaiz
  • Mirwaiz, Chidambaram Speak With One Voice
  • Attempt To Derail Peace Process: Omar
  • Attack On Fazal Haq Qureshi Widely Condemned
  • Patriarch Of Jammu & Kashmir Jihad Turned Peacemaker
  • Peace Process Target, Hurriyat Leader Shot At
  • LeT real engine of terror in South Asia: India
  • MLAs Seek Probe Into Report On Valley Mass Graves
  • 3 CRPF Battalions Shifted From Kashmir
  • Kashmir Politicians Welcome Announcement Of Troops Cut
  • India Lodges Protest On Demchok Road At Flag Meet
  • PDP Sees No Role For Pakistan
  • Gilani Says Pakistan, India Need Kashmir Accord For Peace
  • Centre To Withdraw 'significant' Numbers Of Battalions From J&K: Chidambaram
  • LAHDC Shoots SOS To Delhi, JK Govt
  • Visa Games China Plays - With Kashmiris
  • We Have Dispute With India On Border Issue: China
  • Govt Seeks Report On Blocked’ Ladakh Road Plan
  • November

  • Come Summer, Ladakh Road Will Be Back On Track
  • 128 cease-fire violations on LoC
  • Ambassador Roemer Says US Will Ensure LeT’s Defeat
  • Musharraf Formula Still Valid Mirwaz
  • New Map Expose Pakistani Designs On Kashmir
  • Media Leaks Delay Peace Process
  • Valley Hand In Quiet Talks
  • Omar Offers To Play 'facilitator' For Tripartite Talks
  • Pakistan building defensive bunkers along IB: BSF DG
  • Top Indian Kashmir Cleric Urges Troop Pullout In Eid Sermon
  • People In J&K Don’t Expect Moon But Concerned For Basic Fundamental Amenities
  • The Village That Death Stalked
  • Two more PoK visitors turn out to be ISI agents
  • ‘Pak attitude has not changed’Several attempts to repeat 26-11 foiled: PC
  • Foreign Minister Qureshi Says India Has Failed To Respond To Pak Overtures
  • Pak Nabbed Mumbai Suspects Just To 'please' India: JuD Chief Hafiz Saeed
  • US To Make Sure Pak Smashes Terror Camps
  • Salahuddin Rejects ‘quiet Dialogue’
  • Britain Rules Out Third Party Intervention On Kashmir Issue
  • Omar Retraces Akbar's Route, Links Jammu And Kashmir
  • EU Team Meets Separatist Kashmir Leaders In Srinagar
  • Terror Outfits Looking Beyond Kashmir: MHA
  • Mechanism To Settle Kashmir Dispute Was Ready: Sartaj Aziz
  • Singh Offers Conditional Talks On Kashmir
  • 2500 Militants Waiting Across Border To Infiltrate: Army Chief
  • Police Being Trained To Play Greater Role Than Army: Omar
  • Kashmir Integral Part Of India: EU
  • China Refuses To Take Hurriyat Bait, Says Not Party To Kashmir Conflict
  • Beijing Not Taking Sides On Kashmir: Chinese Media
  • India Trying To Wriggle Out Of Talks, Says Qureshi
  • Pakistan Must Make A Break With The Past, Abjure Terrorism: PM
  • Hurriyat Suspends Top Members, Orders Gag
  • Ladakh Congress Objects To ‘Quiet Dialogue’
  • Farooq Downplays China Role In K Solution
  • Kashmir Never Merged With India: Omar
  • Kashmir’s Borders Won’t Be Redrawn, Says Manmohan
  • 700 Terrorists Operating In J&K, Says DGP Kuldeep Khoda
  • Rebellion In Moderate Hurriyat
  • Foreigners To Kargil War Outpost
  • No Third Party Mediation In India-Pak Talks: China
  • US Wants Indo-Pak Talks On Kashmir: Clinton
  • Kashmir Talks Futile Without Pakistan: FM
  • Visa Rider On Mirwaiz's China Visit
  • China Has Stake In S Asia Peace: Mirwaiz
  • Cross-LoC Trade Increases
  • Shopian Case Witness Backs Out
  • Mirwaiz Does U-turn, Sets Terms For Dialogue
  • Mehdi First CM Of Gilgit-Baltistan
  • India Goes Ahead With Kishenganga Project
  • NC Reiterates ‘joint Paper’ On Kashmir
  • Thaw In The Valley
  • US Pushes For Kashmir Peace Deal
  • Kashmir Wildlife Population Rising: Officials
  • Pak-India Starts Backdoor Diplomacy On Kashmir
  • ‘Our Goal: Delhi-Srinagar Pact, Pak On Board’
  • US In Touch With Hurriyat On Kashmir Issue
  • BSF Top Cop Killed In J&K Border Blast
  • Mirwaiz Confirms Quiet Dialogue
  • Parties War Over Jammu And Kashmir’s Political Future
  • Dealing With The Pakistan-India Impasse
  • Kashmiri Pandits' Displacement Should Not Have Happened: Pillai
  • Hurriyat Leaders To Go Pak After Eid-ul-Azha
  • India, Pak Keep Channels Open, Mirwaiz Says ‘things Happening’
  • Referendum In J&K Not Binding On India: Beig
  • J&K Ban On Willow Movement Boosts Smuggling
  • Love Marriage Joins Two Kashmiris
  • 'Five Muslim Rebels Killed' On Kashmir Border
  • Separatists Are To PDP What RSS Is To BJP, Says Malik
  • Pakistani Army Ran Muslim Extremist Training Camps, Says Anti-terrorist Expert
  • From Kabul To Kashmir
  • Gilani Rejects Rigging Charges In Gilgit-Baltistan Elections
  • Kashmir Disputed: Chinese Embassy
  • Independent Candidate Accuses PPP Of Massive Fraud In Gilgit-Baltistan Polls
  • Pakistan's Disputed Northern Areas Go To Polls
  • Plot To Target Police Headquarters, Doda Foiled
  • Hurriyat Leader Mirwaiz Calls For All 'inclusive Movement'
  • Gilgit-Baltistan Faces First Assembly Polls
  • Top LeT Commander Among Two Terrorist Killed In Reasi
  • Mirwaiz Rejects Bilateral Talks
  • Kashmir Incomplete Without Doda, Jammu: Mirwaiz
  • Snow Flags Off Tough Kashmir Winter
  • Sayyid Syeed Works For Religious Tolerance
  • Mirwaiz, Team Off To Doda, Kishtwar
  • NC, PDP Should Join Hurriyat: Shah
  • Serious Utilization Of LoC Trade Can Prove Extremely Beneficial To Boost Economy Of J&K State: Omar
  • Winds Of Change: Valley Youth Queue Up For Cong Talent Hunt
  • Hurriyat At Cross Roads
  • Why Can’t Separatists, Mainstream Parties Come Together For J&K, Asks Bhat
  • Thousands Participated In Sufi Festival In Kashmir,concludes Successfully
  • Leh Muslims Rue Political Discrimination
  • Shabir Shah Vetoes Bhat’s Delhi Move
  • Indians Ready To Accept LoC As Permanent Border: Mishra
  • Gilgit-Baltistan Electioneering Enters Decisive Phase
  • Bilateral Talks Futile: Salah-ud-Din
  • Geelani Rejects Farooq’s Counsel
  • ‘Dialogue On Common Ground Only Solution To Kashmir Issue’
  • JKLF Condemns Pakistan Government For Stopping Long March
  • China Underlines Need Negotiated Settlement Of Kashmir Imperative For Peace
  • India In ‘secret Talks’ With Kashmiri Leaders
  • Kashmir Issue Has Entered Crucial, Decisive Phase: Mirwaiz
  • Farooq Slams Centre For Bias Against Kashmiri Muslims
  • Hurriyat Delays Agenda-setting For Dialogue
  • JKLF Marches Up To 20,000 Protestors Towards Islamabad
  • Kashmiri Militants Change Tack, Now Prefer Point Blank Killings
  • Kashmir Pre-paid Mobile Ban Leaves 20,000 Jobless
  • Four Killed In Kashmir Border Clash, Incursions Rise
  • Pak An Unnecessary Third Party In J&K: PC
  • PC Hints At Political Package For Kashmir
  • Successful Trial Tests Of Saffron Production In Udhampur In J&K
  • India's Armed Forces Refuse To Play In Kashmir
  • Dialogue With Delhi : Moderate Separatists Divided Over PM’s Offer
  • India Asks Pakistan To Focus On Combating Terrorism, Not Kashmir
  • ANC Launches Preparations For Intra-Kashmir Conference
  • Brave Kashmir Girl Rukhsana Made Special Police Officer
  • Golf Diplomacy: Kashmir Hosts 22 Foreign Envoys
  • ‘Paper Visa’ Row: India Holds Back China-bound J&K Academic
  • Militants Kill Valley Cops
  • Rukhsana Being Shifted To Delhi
  • Geelani Flays ‘quiet Dialogue’ Model
  • ‘Manmohan Wants Open Pak-India Border’
  • Jammu And Kashmir Undertakes Beautification And Conservation Of Dal Lake
  • October

  • Terrorists Attack J-K Braveheart Ruksana's House
  • No Taliban Militants In Kashmir, Says Army
  • Giving 'tough Love' To Pak, Hillary Rejects Mediation In Kashmir
  • India's Fate Linked With That Of Its Neighbours: PM
  • Clinton Defers Role In South Asia Feud
  • Govt Plans Pullout Of Forces From Kashmir: Chidambaram
  • India Accuses Pakistan Of Kashmir Ceasefire Violation
  • Indian Army Says Pakistan Capitalising On Ceasefire To Strengthen Defence
  • Obama Should Deliver On Kashmir Promise: Nawaz
  • Is It Time To Smile In Kashmir?
  • Indian PM Heralds 'new Chapter' In Kashmir
  • Chinese Participation In PoK Projects Illegal: India
  • Hillary Steers Clear Of Kashmir
  • PM Extends ‘hand Of Friendship’ To Pak
  • Manmohan: Willing For Talks For J&K Peace
  • Hizb Threat Shadows Manmohan Singh's Visit To Jammu And Kashmir
  • PM To Visit Kashmir Today, May Invite Separatists For Talks
  • ‘Terrorists Not Worthy Of Being Called Muslims’
  • More Muslims Killed In Kashmir By Militants
  • Top Hizb Commander Killed In Valley Gunfight
  • Kashmir Separatists Urge Troop Pullout Before Talks
  • PM Should Make His Kashmir Policy Clear: BJP
  • Four D's For A New Kashmir
  • Singh Raises AJK Projects Issue With China
  • Miwaiz For Consensus Between Two Kashmiris
  • Self-rule Will Neutralize Negatives Of Partition: Mehbooba
  • Govt To Engage All Groups In Kashmir Dialogue:PM
  • Srinagar Joins Battle Against Eco Abuse
  • Protests In Kashmir Town After Man Killed For Barging Into Army Camp
  • Pakistani Troops Fire Across Kashmir Border: India
  • Taliban Defaming Islam: Geelani
  • Kashmir's Himalayan 'Ice-man'
  • Shutdown In South Kashmir's Shopian Town
  • PoK Kashmiris, Terrorists Dumping Failed State Pak?
  • Kashmiris Observe ‘Black Day’ In Muzaffarabad
  • MC Re-launched To Espouse Rights Of Jammu People
  • Kashmiri Groups Condemn Pakistan's 1947 Invasion
  • The Day That Changed Kashmir's Fate
  • Pakistani Kashmir MPs 'elect New PM'
  • LoC Trade Completes One Year; Banking Facility Yet To Begin
  • Hizb Commander Killed In Reasi
  • Kashmir Issue 'left Over By History', 'resolve Through Dialogue': China
  • China Looking To Use Stake In PoK As Bargaining Chip?
  • China Opens A New Front In Kashmir
  • Kashmiris Head For Mecca To Pray For Peace
  • Kashmir’s Idle Factories Seek Compensation
  • ‘PPP’s Manipulations In POK Will Undermine Pakistan’s Case On Kashmir’
  • Army Redeployed In J-K Ahead Of PM's Visit
  • Kashmiri Parties Hold Pak Govt Responsible For Terrorism In Valley
  • Recession Hits Kashmir Carpet
  • Mushahid Criticizes PPP Government‘s Political Interference In Azad Kashmir
  • Farooq Seeks Probe Into ‘fake Call’
  • China Projects Kashmir As A Separate Country
  • Kashmiri Pandits Pray For Their Brethrens’ Early Return To Valley On Diwali Eve
  • HuJI Terrorist Killed In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Self-rule Only Solution To Kashmir Issue: PDP
  • 36 Policemen Killed In J&K This Year
  • Will India’s Kashmir Talks Offer Break Fresh Ground?
  • Geelani Stopped From Making Anti-dialogue Noises
  • Imposed Kashmir Solution Unacceptable: Mirwaiz
  • India Braces Up For US Pressure On Kashmir
  • PoK ‘Prime Minister’ Resigns
  • India Warns Pakistan Against Kashmir Infiltration
  • PDP Welcomes PC's Statement On Kashmir Issue
  • NC Welcomes Dialogue On J&K Issue: Omar
  • 'Thanks To Media Campaigns, Tourists Flowed Into Jammu And Kashmir'
  • India Urges China To Stop Projects In Pakistan Kashmir
  • India’s Talks Offer Divides Kashmir Separatists
  • Govt Hopeful Of 'unique' Solution Through Dialogue On J&K: PC
  • Terrorists Luring Doctors For Jehad
  • Farooq's Tirade On Kashmir Leaves Omar Redfaced
  • India 'confident' Of Finding Kashmir Solution: Minister
  • Push India, Pak To Fix Kashmir: Saudi Prince To Obama
  • Kashmir's Main Glacier 'melting At Alarming Speed'
  • Militants Among 26 Pak Prisoners Being Released
  • No-confidence Move Against AJK PM
  • Looking For OIC’s New Role In Kashmir
  • J&K Govt Regularises Refugee Colonies In Jammu
  • Pak Accuses India Of Diverting Attention From Kahsmir Issue
  • US May Appoint Special Envoy On Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Demonstrators Urge Pakistan To Leave Kashmir
  • There Are No ‘good’ Militants
  • Intra-Kashmir Dialogue Reiterates Old Stands
  • US Envoy For Kashmir Soon: Mirwaiz
  • Separatists Divided Over Talks With Centre Ahead Of PM Visit
  • Mufti For Evolving Consensus On Self-rule Proposal
  • Mirwaiz Urges India To Clear Policy On Kashmir Issue
  • J&K Police Foil Suicide Attack Bid
  • 'Intra-Kashmir Conference Begins
  • Army Launches Large-scale Operation
  • India ’s Unease On Kashmir Rhetoric
  • Pakistan’s Stance On Kashmir Remains Unchanged: Gilani
  • To Stop LoC Trade Misuse, Omar Calls For Proper Banking System
  • Traders In Amritsar, Jammu Held For ‘funding’ Lashkar Militants
  • Three Guerrillas Killed In Kashmir Gunbattle
  • Reports Of Taliban Militants Entering Kashmir Baseless: Chidambaram
  • Taliban Talk Hits Tourism In Jammu & Kashmir
  • People In Quake Hit Areas Of Kashmir Announce Protest Today Against Government Failures
  • 7 Injured In Protester-police Clashes In North Kashmir
  • Back-channel Talks With India, Pak On: Mirwaiz
  • Go To Jail Or Join Jihad Against India: ISI Tells Surrendered Taliban
  • The Delhi-Islamabad Dilemma
  • Omar Advocates Transfer Of Dul Hasti Project To J&K
  • Katra-Qazigund Line Back On Track After 2-year Gap
  • Five Injured In Clash, Shutdown In Baramulla
  • Kashmir Challenges
  • Kashmir Vital To Obama’s AfPak Plan
  • Forty Injured As Indian Police Break Up Kashmir Protests
  • Islamic Bloc & China Cheer For Valley Rebels
  • Brave Girl Rukhsana's Family Shifts To Rajouri
  • Protestors Clash With Police In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Jammu And Kashmir To Have Baglihar II In Six Months
  • Keep Off Kashmir, India Tells OIC
  • Caught Between Nomads And Troops: Human Intervention Threatens Kashmiri Hangul
  • Omar Calls For Strengthening State’s Secular Fabric
  • 'GoI Agrees To Fully Fund Mughal Road'
  • UJC Thanks China On Visa Policy Vis-à-vis Kashmir
  • Pak Delivers 4,500 Mw Shock
  • International Islamic Body Appoints Kashmir Envoy
  • Gujjars Demand Gallantry Award For Rukhsana
  • China Plays Kashmir Card, India Protests
  • September

    August

  • 2 CRPF Jawans Killed In Twin Militant Attacks Near J&K Assembly
  • Chinese Copter Had Violated Airspace In J&K, Says Army Chief
  • 'Autonomy To Gilgit Will Obstruct Kashmir Resolution'
  • Violence In Kashmir Dips To Record Low: Police
  • Agitating NC Workers Lathicharged, 6 Injured
  • One Day, Rules Will Take Them Away From 'beloved Kashmir'
  • Mufti Seeks AFSPA Revocation
  • JKLF opposes NAs empowerment
  • Need To Evolve Environment Protection Policy: J-K CM
  • Gilgit-Baltistan package termed an eyewash
  • Gilgit-Baltistan gets internal, political autonomy
  • Indian Kashmir Offers Reward In Hunt For Killers
  • Gilgit-Baltistan likely to get provincial rights
  • Govt to decide investigating agency in Shopian case: HC
  • Omar Promises To Fast-track Shopian Case Probe
  • Kashmir College Principal Beaten Up, Told To Enfore Hijab
  • ‘Bollywood Hasn’t Done Much For Kashmir’, Das
  • Kashmir trade at Rs3.55 crore in two days
  • It's Raining Sops For Kashmiri Pandits
  • Kashmir Has Come Out Of Shadows: Omar
  • Two Killed In Continuing Jammu And Kashmir Operation
  • 600 To 800 Militants Operating In J&K: Army
  • Shopian Case: Why CBI? Court Asks J&K Govt
  • Another Roadblock: Hair Samples Don’t Match
  • 934 KP families willing to return
  • Azad Kashmir govt gets new lease of life
  • Lashkar Suspect Arrested From New Delhi Railway Station
  • Appreciate Pak's Fight Against Terror: Sayeed
  • Global Recession Impacts Kashmir Handicrafts
  • Army Trains To Avert Collateral Damage In Operations
  • Uproar in Assembly over food crisis in J&K
  • Six Policemen Hurt In Kashmir Grenade Attack
  • Four Killed In Kashmir
  • PDP Threatens To Mobilise Public Opinion If AFSPA Not Repealed
  • J&K, Himachal Central Universities In Political Wrangle
  • Top Al-Badr Man Nabbed In Kashmir
  • Beijing to help build dam in Northern Areas
  • JK Govt Allocates Funds For Border Area Development
  • Strengthen hands of Omar led coalition Govt: Soz
  • J&K suffered Rs 506 cr worth losses in agriculture, horticulture: Mir
  • Indian system allows people to live with dignity: Dalai Lama
  • Kashmiri Leader Urges Pakistan, India To Continue Dialogue Process
  • Islamabad accused of meddling in AJK affairs
  • Cross-LoC traders under surveillance for hawala
  • LeT Denies Issuing Diktat Of Banning New Delhi-based News Channels
  • Indian army kills 2 militants in gun fighting in India-controlled Kashmir
  • Cracks widen in AJK's coalition government
  • Jammu And Kashmir To Buy Land To Protect Forests
  • Siachen Has Receded 800 M In 20 Years: UN Official
  • Gujjar Front's plea
  • Ashwani, Gurezi stage walk-out
  • PDP Covered Up Scandal In 2006, Says Omar
  • Authorities in Kashmir say 3,400 people missing
  • LeT Issues Diktat Against Watching TV In J&K
  • 27 trucks exchange sides on LoC
  • Pak terror camps a threat: Antony
  • Pakistani Terrorist Groups Planning More Attacks: Manmohan
  • Omar Seeks Partial Withdrawal Of AFSPA From J-K
  • Omar Has A Dream For Children Of Kashmir
  • Sailor-turned-LeT Man Killed In J&K
  • ‘Abdullah had no role in Kashmir’s accession to India’
  • Separatists slam PM's remarks
  • AFSPA Cause Of Shopian-like Incidents: Mufti
  • Omar Abdullah Apologises For Shopian Incident
  • Kashmiris in AJK observe black day
  • Thousands turn up at Bakshi Stadium for I-Day celebrations
  • Independence Day Celebrated Across Kashmir
  • No Place For Separatist Thought In J&K: PM
  • Farooq for friendship between India, Pak
  • Kashmir soldier gets Kirti Chakra
  • Militant Activities Brought Down Significantly: Vohra
  • Cleric’s Arrest Sparks Clashes
  • Kashmir Buyer-seller Meet Evokes Good Response
  • PDP accuses NC-led Govt of unleashing reign of terror
  • Special Investigation Team Bungled Shopian Probe
  • Kashmir violence raises new security worries for India
  • 50 hurt, several detained; strike call for Aug 19-20
  • Kashmir pledges action on murders
  • Kashmir issue will be resolved in two years: AJK PM
  • One Dead In Indian Kashmir Grenade Blast:
  • AJK PM Vows To Complete All Projects In Two Years
  • Anniversary of leader's death shuts Kashmir
  • Army Foils Infiltration Bid In Kashmir; One Militant Killed
  • Forensic Evidence In Shopian Case Fabricated
  • J-K Govt Targets 15,000 Jobs For Kashmiri Pandits
  • Indian troops kill four militants
  • Pak Following 'dichotomous Policy' On Terror: Army Chief
  • Kashmir issue to be raised at all global forums, says Qureshi
  • Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand Say No To Shifting Of Forces
  • 2 Injured In Grenade Attack On CRPF Picket In J&K
  • PPP has failed to highlight Kashmir issue: Sultan, Nazir
  • Dalai Lama reaches Leh
  • Rangers start covering bunkers, posts with trees
  • Proponent of trans-LoC trade dies
  • Govt. Concerned Over Increase In Infiltration In J&K: Antony
  • India says kills 6 on Kashmir border,incursions rise
  • Kathua, Kupwara ultras plotted terror strikes
  • No change in stance on Kashmir: FO
  • Indian Army Anticipates More Infiltration Bids Across LoC
  • Five Die In Fresh Kashmir Gunbattles: Indian Officials
  • SC postpones hearing against appointment of AJK chief justice
  • Amarnath Yatra Ends Peacefully
  • Malik Says JuD Banned, But Status Still Unclear
  • Meetings With Indian Side Will Lead To Talks Resumption: Pak
  • Pak's Hardball: No Kashmir, No Talks
  • Security Forces Kill Seven Infiltrating Terrorists Along LoC
  • Double Standards In Pakistan’s Anti-terror Campaign
  • LoC-trade Hits Roadblock
  • After SIMs, Pak trial to smuggle arms, explosives
  • SC Refuses To Stay HC Order To Shift Andrabi From Jammu Jail
  • PDP's Beigh May Be Asked To Apologise In J-K Assembly
  • Indian Troops Foil Rebel Incursion Into Kashmir: Army
  • J&K Gujjars launch first e- Gojri Channel on Youtube
  • NC Leader Castigates Separatists For Calling Bandhs Frequently
  • Tunnel dug out to infiltrate militants collapses on LoC
  • Three Killed In Kashmir Attacks
  • Food Grain Shortage Hits JK
  • Lawyer, Legislator No Stranger To The Dock
  • Omar’s Trial By Fire Continues
  • Attacks Shatter Year-long Lull In Valley, 2 Killed
  • Kashmir and terrorism in back channel: Sethi
  • Koul dismayed over Govt's apathy towards Pandits
  • ‘AFSPA To Be Restricted’, Chidambaram
  • J&K Policeman Killed In Militant Attack
  • July

  • Youth Rescued From HM's Clutches In Doda
  • J&K: Public Prosecutor, Bar Association Oppose Bail Of Police Official
  • NC Activists Protest In J-K, Burn Mufti's Effigy
  • Sayeed In Power Ignored Sex Scandal, Says Omar
  • IAF To Develop Airstrip Near Sino-India Border In Ladakh
  • PDP Rejects CBI Clean Chit To Omar
  • Sometimes politics has to be based on emotions: Omar tells HT
  • Omar Skips Office, Awaits Governor's Decision
  • People of Gilgit-Baltistan seek role in framing of package
  • Omar's name did not figure in 2006 sex scandal case: CBI
  • Farooq Abdullah Extends Support To Omar's Decision
  • Omar resigns, Governor asks him to continue
  • Infiltration Bid Foiled, Three Militants Killed In Kupwara
  • Mehbooba Mufti tries to snatch mike from J&K House Speaker
  • Kashmir Traders Fear Closure Of Trade With Pakistan
  • Kashmir Assembly Halted Over Murder Dispute
  • India Pays Homage To Kargil Martyrs
  • Militant killed in gunbattle near LoC
  • Hizbul Appeals To Separatists Not To Hold Talks With New Delhi
  • Omar For K-resolution Through Dialogue
  • PoK traders relent as threat to stop cross-LoC trade works
  • Shopian Case: Four Police Officers Move Court For Bail
  • Chidambaram refuses to comment on Musharraf's Kargil remarks
  • Separatists Strike Disrupts Normal Life In J&K
  • Obama Administration Should Help Resolve Kashmir: Mushahid, Maleeha, Fai
  • Musharraf Claims He 'internationalised' Kashmir Case
  • Kashmiri Pandits Condemn Killing Of Father, Child In Shopian
  • ISI fomenting 'chaotic activity' in Kashmir, says Admiral Mullen
  • Terrorists Kill 3-yr-old In J&K
  • India Agreed To Discuss Kashmir Due To Kargil: Musharraf
  • India For Opening Of Kargil-Skardu Route
  • Between Malik And His Bride Comes The State
  • Alert Troops, Hi-tech Equipment Have Made Infiltration Difficult: Omar
  • Slapping PSA On Geelani Is Political Assassination: UJC
  • EU Parliament Hosts 'Kashmir Week'
  • Peaceful Resolution Of Kashmir Dispute Imperative For Prosperity Of Region: Kaira
  • J&K Govt Slaps PSA Against Geelani
  • Ban, Gilani May Have Discussed Kashmir Issue: U.N.
  • Mamata Derails Hurried Revival Of J&K Link
  • Police Officer Killed, Four Hurt In Kashmir Blast
  • Pahalgam Church Opens After 20 Yrs
  • J&K Finally Gets Its Own ATS
  • Shopian Case: SC Stays Narco Test Of Police Officers
  • Musharraf links peace to Kashmir
  • Gujjars Demand Tribal University In Pir Panchal Belt In J&K
  • J-K Tourism Picks Up After Shopian Protests
  • Shopian Rape Case: SC To Hear Cops’ Plea Against Arrest
  • Kashmir Dispute Part Of Composite Dialogue: Pak
  • Swiss Skier To Help Promote Heli Skiing In Gulmarg
  • Forum Urges Hillary To Meet Kashmiri Pandits
  • INTERVIEW-India says Pakistan still aiding Kashmir militants
  • Kashmir Should Be Part Of India, Pak Discussions: Hillary
  • Three Hizb militants killed, one female OGW injured in J&K
  • Sharm Al Sheikh Disappoints People Of J-K: Mufti
  • US Has A Role Play A Role In The Region, Says Hurriyat
  • US Not Going To Appoint Special Kashmir Envoy: Blake
  • Shopian Breathes Easy After 47-day Halt
  • Shopian Murder, Rape: SP, 3 Cops Held After HC Calls For Their Narco, DNA Test
  • Where Is Kashmir, Ask Pakistani Media
  • Omar Hails De-linking Dialogue From Terror
  • Fazl Discusses Kashmir With Gapes
  • Ban Did Not Discuss Kashmir With Pak PM: UN
  • Srinagar Student Killed Friend Over Girl Neither Had Met, Hid Body: Cops
  • Court Orders Arrest Of 4 Police for Destroying Evidence In Kashmir Rape-murder Case
  • Dirty Air, Lack Of Water Threaten Ladakh
  • Cross-LoC trade runs into jeopardy
  • Govt Not To Dilute Army Presence In J-K
  • Life In Valley Returns To Normal
  • New Target For Banihal Rail Line: 2017
  • Not All Of Shopian Report Mine: Probe Judge
  • Police Foil Hurriyat March, Arrest Three Leaders
  • Expansion Deepens Congress, NC Crisis
  • Prisoners escape from Gilgit jail
  • Locals Turn Violent Over Shrinking Grazing Lands In Pahalgam
  • Baglihar Dam On LeT Radar, Say Arrested Militants
  • Commission's Purpose Of Shopian Inquiry Defeated: Justice Jan
  • Team Omar Gains Weight With 13 New Entries
  • India Wary Of Sino-Pak Link-up In Occupied Kashmir
  • Shopian Panel Even Suspects Victim
  • J&K Strike Enters Day Four, Separatists Appeal To Resume Activities
  • Pakistan, China nexus in Kashmir: Report
  • Bandhs, Curfews Hit J&K Economy
  • Militants Try To Blow Up Police Station
  • J&K Cops Will Be Interrogated
  • Poppy Cultivation In Kashmir
  • Over 320 Arrested For Rioting In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Valley On Boil, Jawan Held For Girl Death
  • Another Kashmiri woman dies after alleged assault
  • Obama Nominee Favors US Encouraging Pakistan-India Talks For Kashmir Resolution
  • Muslim Priests At 900-Yr-Old Shiva Temple In Kashmir
  • Forest Fires Trigger Landmines
  • Death Of Missing Boy Adds Fuel To J&K Fire
  • Kashmir Can't Tackle Insurgency Alone: Minister
  • Kashmiri Women Lift Veil, Eye Career In The Skies
  • Army Opposes AFSPA Withdrawal In J&K
  • CRPF not leaving Valley, says Omar
  • MPs, Experts Urge US On Kashmir Solution, End To Killings, HR Violations
  • Cross-LoC visitors cross 3 digit mark
  • Police Cracks Down On Kashmir ‘stone-pelters’
  • 13 Injured In Clashes, Grenade Attack In Srinagar
  • Tiger Hill In Kargil To Be Developed As Tourist Destination
  • Shahbir Shah Has Links With Lashker-e-Taiba: Police
  • Avalanche: Bodies Of 6 Militants Found
  • HC Directions Step In Right Direction: Shopian Victims' Family
  • PM To Decide On AFSPA: Ansari
  • Two Militants, Soldier Killed In Kupwara Encounter
  • Omar Welcomes HC Directive
  • Shopian Case: Court Orders Exhumation Of Bodies Of Two Women
  • What Mamata Did Not Say: Line To Kashmir Valley May Be Delayed By 10 Years
  • Gilani Hopes For 'positive' Talks; Qureshi Rakes Up Kashmir
  • Two Dozen Hurt In Fresh IHK Clashes
  • No Strike, Shutdown On Fridays: Mirwaiz
  • Central troops gone, Baramulla still on the boil
  • CRPF Withdrawal From J&K Part Of MHA's Action Plan-II
  • Tourism Ruined By Hartals And Protests In Kashmir: Omar
  • Kashmir - Blocked Road To Paradise?
  • June

  • Militancy no more excuse for not reaching out to people: Sham
  • J-K To Commission First Privately Built Power Project Today
  • Terrorist Groups Expanding Operations In PoK: Report
  • Strike Hits Life In Kashmir; Curfew Continues In Baramulla
  • Musharraf Diluted Kashmir Policy: UJC
  • J&K: Soldier Killed In Cross-LoC Firing
  • Centre Explores Phase-wise Withdrawal Of AFSPA In J & K
  • Talks without Kashmir won't bring peace: PM
  • Pandith Will Play Leading Role In Engaging Muslims: Clinton
  • Musharraf Claims Kashmir Was Near Resolution During His Regime
  • Taliban Claim Responsibility For Kashmir Attack
  • Grenade Hurts 4 Indian Soldiers
  • Kashmir Born Pandith Appointed US Envoy To Muslim World
  • Terrorists Gun Down Couple Near Jammu
  • Taliban Bomber Kills 2 Troops In Pakistani Kashmir
  • Police Fire At Demonstrators In Indian Kashmir
  • Omar Suspends 2 Docs In Shopian Case
  • US To Help In 'every Possible Way' To Settle Kashmir
  • Terrorist Threat Still High In J&K Says Antony
  • Army Against Reduction Of Troops From Kashmir Valley
  • SIT expects 'breakthrough' in Shopian case soon
  • Top JeM terrorist held in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Saving A Kashmiri Village After Remaking His Life
  • Omar Abdullah Conducts Public Court In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Opinion Survey Finds Kashmiris say They are Being Used by India and Pakistan
  • British High Comm Meets Mirwaiz, Malik
  • Two troopers die in Kashmir road accident
  • Shopian Murder An Issue, But No Murmur Over Hizbul Killing
  • Govt Tried To Hush Up Shopian Case: Mehbooba
  • SP, DySP, SHO among five suspended
  • Despite Judicial Probe, Truth On Shopian Deaths Elusive
  • Bid To Target Amarnath Pilgrims Foiled, IED Defused
  • Centre Assures Help To Protect J&K Lakes
  • Autonomy Key To Democracy: Ansari
  • AFSPA Has To Go: Mahbooba
  • Probe Confirms Shopian Rape, Murder; Blames Cops For 'destroying Evidence'
  • Indian Kashmir shuts down over women's deaths
  • Accidental Blast Reveals Plot To Target Vice President
  • Hurriyat Strike Call Hits Kashmir Valley
  • Obama Rules Out American Mediation On Kashmir
  • Sadhus protest at Canal road, block traffic
  • Kashmiri Pandits Continue To Live As Refugees In Their Own Land
  • One Killed In Indian Kashmir Grenade Blast: Police
  • Restrictions In Jammu And Kashmir To Prevent Separatist March
  • Pakistan Has Lost Kashmir Plank: Pak Media
  • China to help reconstruct three AJK cities
  • KKH expansion plan: People seek payment of compensation
  • Ready to talk to anyone in J&K: PM
  • President Zardari Did Not Raise Kashmir Issue: Manmohan
  • Pakistan Sees Glimmer Of A Resolution
  • Kashmir's Apiculturists Hope For A Big Harvest
  • Indian PM Vows To Punish Rights Abuses In Kashmir
  • Shopian Murder: Victims’ Kin Yet To Depose Before Probe Panel
  • 5,000 Offer Prayers At Amarnath Shrine
  • Kashmir Not Part Of Terror Network: Javaid Mir
  • Omar Asks India Inc To Hold 'Davos-type' Meet In Kashmir
  • Stink In LoC Trade: Garlic From China, Pulses From Pak
  • Cultural Exchanges Key For India-Pak Talks: Bazaz
  • Two Militant Hideouts Busted In Kashmir
  • Tight Security For Hindu Pilgrimage In Kashmir
  • ‘Washington Desperately Wants India, Pak To Settle Kashmir’
  • Will Kashmir Be Safer, Happier Without Army?
  • Shopian Row Hits Cabinet Expansion
  • Ease Travel Curbs In Ladakh: Omar
  • India urged to look beyond LoC formula
  • We’ll Expose Guilty Uniformed Men : HCBA
  • Malik, Mehbooba Welcome Chidambaram’s Assurance To Review Armed Forces Act
  • Politicians Preying On South Kashmir Tragedy
  • Troop Reduction Issue In J&K To Be Tackled After Summer: Army Chief
  • Troop Cutback Eyed In Kashmir
  • Talks With Separatists At Appropriate Time: Chidambaram
  • India Plays Down Burns' Comment On Kashmir
  • Fazl says situation not conducive for early Kashmir settlement
  • Ensure Discipline, Chidambaram Tells Troops In J-K
  • Chidambaram Wants J&K To Do Its Own Policing
  • US Echoes Pakistan Line On Kashmir, Adds To Worries
  • Delay In Amarnath Yatra Set To Spark Another Row
  • Gunbattle On In J&K's Sopore District
  • Murder Charge Added In Shopian Case
  • Omar's Popularity Nosedives After Shopian Protests
  • Probe On Into Fake Migrant Certificate
  • No Envoy For Kashmir, US Tells India
  • Omar Favours Pre-1989 Era Troop Levels In J-K
  • Hurriyat Calls Off Strike, Protests To Continue
  • Kashmiri traders want Line of Control erased
  • Zardari wants peaceful Kashmir solution
  • Five Die In Indian Kashmir Gun Battle: Army
  • Police Open Fire In Shopian, 5 Injured
  • Dukhtaran Eidgah Rally Foiled
  • Shopian Deaths Spiral Into Azadi Groundswell
  • Valley On Boil, Centre, Sonia Rush Emissaries
  • Forensic report confirms two Kashmiri women were raped
  • Zardari puts off visit to Azad Kashmir
  • US Doesn't Intend To Meddle In Kashmir: Riedel
  • Life In Kashmir Valley Paralysed For Sixth Day
  • Sharif Spells Out Pak Stand On Kashmir, Supports Separatism
  • Three LeT Terrorists Killed In J&K
  • Beg Spurs J&K Autonomy Issue
  • 'Rape And Murder' FIR Will Help Ease J&K Situation: PDP
  • Women's Death: Life Remains Paralysed In Kashmir Valley
  • Vested Interests Sabotaged Demilitarization: NC
  • Only Kashmir Goods To Be Traded At LoC: Officials
  • Panel Probing Shopian Incident To Have First Sitting On Jun 8
  • Youth's Death Triggers Fresh Violence In Valley, 35 Hurt
  • Pakistan Army Fires At Indian Posts In Kashmir
  • Curfew In Srinagar, Geelani Arrested
  • 100 Injured As Protests Paralyse Kashmir Valley
  • As Strike Enters Fourth Day, Tourists Pack Their Bags
  • Terrorism Has Nothing To Do With Kashmir: India
  • Pakistan Remains Committed To Kashmir Issue’s Peaceful Resolution
  • Mehbooba Mufti Arrested In Srinagar
  • More Protests Over Kashmir Rape, Murder Charge
  • J&K Says No To Pak's Compensation Claims Over Indus Treaty
  • Look Who's Calling Tourists To Kashmir
  • Hurriyat Planning To Replicate The 2008 Summer Agitation
  • 20 Injured In Clashes; Violence Continues In Kashmir
  • May

  • RDX, 334 Explosive Devices Recovered Near LoC
  • Don't Harass For Being A Kashmiri: Omar Appeals To All CMs
  • Special Cell To Probe Death Of Two J&K Women
  • Over 40 Injured In Protests Over Kashmir Deaths
  • Omar Asks India To Resume Dialogue With Kashmiris
  • Two-day conference on cross-LoC trade postponed
  • Ali Geelani Denounces Taliban
  • Police, protesters clash in Kashmir over women's deaths
  • ‘Kashmiri Hindus Have Become Refugees In Their Own Country’
  • My Portfolio Is Bigger Than Me: Abdullah
  • India Criticises OIC For Statement On Kashmir
  • Hardline Kashmir Separatist Denounces Taliban
  • Uplift of N.As: Women urged to take part in politics
  • Encounter Breaks Out Between Ultras And Security Forces
  • J&K Govt To Reconstruct Damaged Hotel, Club To Woo Tourists
  • Ebbing Violence Heralds IT Boom In Indian-Kashmir
  • Protests over youth's death rock Srinagar
  • LoC Forest Fire Triggers Over 5 Mine Blasts
  • India May Restart 'secret Diplomacy' To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • 'US Should Offer UNSC Seat To India To Resolve Kashmir'
  • Flower Business Booms Amidst Signs Of Peace In Kashmir
  • Amarnath Pilgrimage Postponed, To Begin June 15
  • OIC Reaffirms Support To Kashmir Struggle
  • Kashmiri Boys Shun Ultras Threat, Attend Army Recruitment Camp
  • Army Launches Search Operation To Flush Out Militants
  • ‘All Except Geelani Supported K-deal’
  • Nawaz Urges US To Fulfil Promises Of Resolving Kashmir Issue
  • India-Pak Dialogue Should Resume Soon: Qureshi
  • Intra-Kashmir Trade Volume To Grow
  • Jammu And Kashmir Plans Package For Industrialisation
  • CM Office To Honour HR Complaints
  • Parliamentary representation for N.As sought
  • SC To Take Up Two AJK Judges’ Case Tomorrow
  • Oil Resources In Kashmir Need To Be Exploited: Experts
  • Srinagar-Muzzafarabad Bus Service Thrown Open To All
  • Panun Kashmir To Hold Awareness Programme
  • Massive Fire Engulfs Forest Area In Kashmir's Rajouri District
  • Politics dictates AJK officials' reshuffling
  • Police Oppression Continues Against Lawyers In Muzaffarabad
  • Three Killed In IHK Gunbattle
  • Now, Anyone Can Board Bus To PoK
  • Pak Hopes For Resumption Of Peace Process With India Soon
  • Thousands Rally In Kashmir To Mourn Slain Separatist Leaders
  • Strike Cripples Life In Kashmir
  • Illicit poppy over 2000 kanals of land in Kashmir destroyed
  • ‘Kashmir In Holbrooke's Agenda’
  • Barrister Sultan Mahmood For Intra Kashmir Dialogue And Elections
  • Global Recession Fails To Affect Kashmir's Tourism Industry
  • Mirwaiz Defends Armed Struggle
  • 70 Cross LoC As AJK Govt Refuses To Issue Fresh Permits
  • Disintegrated Kashmiri Pandits Unite For Homeland
  • Ladakh Result A Contentious Issue
  • Kashmir Pandits Express Solidarity With Sikh Harassed By Taliban In Pakistan
  • Omar For Talks On Kashmir With All Parties
  • Omar Extends Unconditional Support To UPA
  • Indian poll increases chances of peace with Pakistan over Kashmir
  • Zero pc crime in Gurez
  • Geelani For Conditional Talks
  • South Kashmir slipping out of PDP hands
  • People Voted, Now Our Turn To Deliver: Omar
  • Kashmir Rebels Kill Two 'informers': Police
  • Kashmiris Want Peace With Pakistan
  • NC-Congress Makes Clean Sweep In J&K
  • Separatist in Indian Kashmir loses election
  • PM Mulling Hike In JK’s Hajj Quota
  • Jammu and Kashmir to put partial ban on plastic
  • Protests In Poonch Over Atrocities Against Sikhs In Pak
  • All Set For Counting In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Boat Rally To Create Awareness On Water Pollution
  • Kashmir longest dispute on planet: Guinness book
  • J&K Lifts Restrictions On Movement Of Separatist Leaders
  • 2 Teams Begin 45-km Trek Through Snow To Wrap Up Elections ’09
  • LoC Traders Threaten Stir
  • Jamat-ud-dawa Resurfaces
  • Final Phase Defies Boycott Call
  • In Kashmir Valley, This 100-m Walk To Vote Leaps Over A 22-year-old Chasm
  • Loyalty Test In Ladakh
  • Strike Shuts Parts Of Kashmir Ahead Of Voting
  • Omar Abdullah Welcomes Pakistan President’’s Statement On India
  • Kashmiri Separatist Takes A Lonely Path To Power
  • Over 2,000 Election Rallies Held Across J-K
  • JKNPP Demands Committee For Return Of Kashmir Youths From PoK
  • Mirwaiz A Glorified Errand Boy Of India And Pakistan: Lone
  • Conditional US Offer To Pakistan On Kashmir
  • OIC invites Mirwaiz to Foreign Ministers' meet
  • Solution to Kashmir issue only through democratic means: Mufti
  • J&K Orders Probe Into Gujjars, Security Forces Clash
  • Fighting Elections Is Not Change In Ideology: Sajjad Lone
  • Kashmir separatist in poll fray is being targeted for boldness
  • Election Focus Shifts To North Kashmir
  • PDP Leaders Spreading Lies: Omar Abdullah
  • Lashkar ‘divisional Commander’, Aide Killed In J-K
  • Jilted HM lover kills girl's husband, 2 others
  • Indian Kashmir City Shut Down To Protest Swat Attacks
  • 24 percent turn out to vote in desolate Srinagar
  • Omar Abdullah notes Pakistani role in curbing violence
  • Kashmir Movement True Jihad: Geelani
  • Clashes, Strike As Indian Kashmir Segment Votes
  • Farooq Positive Despite Low Turn-out In Valley
  • Moderate Voting In J&K Despite Separatists' Boycott Call
  • PDP apprehends poll rigging in Srinagar
  • Life hit in Kashmir Valley ahead of polls
  • Kashmir Shuts Down In Poll Protest, Troops Out On Patrol
  • Militants Try To Shoot Down Helicopters In J&K
  • Indian Elections A Hard Sell In Kashmir Valley
  • Militants Trying To Shoot Down Helicopters In J&K
  • Kashmir grand mufti upset by Taliban Jazia
  • US may urge India to resolve Kashmir issue: Blackwill
  • Hindu Temple, Muslim Priests
  • Bhaderwah Valley Set To Come Up On National Tourism Map
  • FJKCCI for free movement of cross-LoC trade
  • Make Separatist Leaders Partners In Dialogue Process: Farooq
  • Pakistan to contact WB on Kishan Ganga project.
  • Fazal proposes regional moot on Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Pandits Demand Right To Vote
  • Where did all the Kashmiri voters go?
  • Pakistan seeks neutral expert for Kishanganga project
  • Minor killed in Uri blast in Srinagar
  • Jehad Not Mandatory In Kashmir, Says Pro-Taliban Cleric
  • Migrant Kashmiri Pandit voter number halved in 12 years
  • India Taking All Steps To Foil Infiltration Bids: Home Secy
  • Stronger Pak Needed To Check Taliban: Farooq
  • Era Of Despair Is Back: Mufti
  • Voter Turnout Not Our Concern: EC
  • April

  • Separatists Upbeat With Low Voter Turnout
  • Thousands Defy Separatists To Vote In Kashmir Valley
  • NC's Autonomy Demand A Ploy: PDP
  • Pakistan To Move World Bank Against Kashmir Hydro Project
  • Cross LoC Trade: J&K, PoK Traders Exchange Goods Worth Rs Rs 44 Lakh
  • Army On High Alert, Claims Terrorist Waiting Across To Infiltrate
  • Tourism Still Down In J&K On Taliban Fears
  • Kashmir Is Safe, Dr Abdullah To Tourists
  • Substantial rise in infiltration: Army chief
  • Mirwaiz Seconds Geelani
  • Noose Tightens On Freedom Camp
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Militant Killed In J&K
  • Antony Visits Border Posts In Rajouri, Poonch
  • Other Kashmir Flays Mafia In LoC Trade
  • Rahul Gandhi: Age-old Ties With Kashmir
  • UPA Ready To Extend Full Support To Resolve J-K Issue : Rahul Gandhi
  • Surrendered Terrorist 'sings', Says He Was Trained In Pak
  • Kashmir Government Committed To Respecting Human Rights: Omar
  • Only Secularism Can Keep J&K United: Peerzada
  • PDP’s Self-rule Is BJP’s Brainchild: Omar Abdullah
  • 40 Infiltrators Killed In Kupwara, Gurez: Army
  • India To Build Rail Line To Ladakh
  • India says Pakistan still aiding Kashmir rebels
  • Jehad Not Required In Kashmir: Captured Militant
  • Minister orders probe into Zaidi's killing
  • Sajjad’s Switchover
  • Mirwaiz Caught Between A Rock And A Hard Place
  • Kashmir Separatists Under House Arrest
  • Centenarians And First-timers Vote In J&K
  • Hurriyat U-turn, now calls for poll boycott
  • Poor Voter Turnout In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Sajjad Lone Files Nomination In Kashmir
  • US Not Favor Kashmir Solution: Turabi
  • Election debate turns into blame game over Kashmir resolution
  • Hurriyat To Review No-boycott Stand
  • Protest held against Gilgit killings
  • UJC Has Right To Hold Separatist Accountable: Masrat
  • Hizb Militant Killed Was Part Of Group That Infiltrated Gurez
  • Nearly 100 terrorists sneak into J&K
  • BSF Raises Infiltration Issue With Pakistan Rangers
  • Kashmir Core Issue In Indo-Pak Relations: Gilani
  • 19 years later, Kashmir Univ V-C killers walk
  • LeT denies reports of sucide attacks threat during polls
  • Militants, Security Forces Exchange Fire In Baramulla
  • Wildlife Census Shows Increase In Hangul Population
  • Water Sharing Treaty With Pakistan Is 'discriminatory': PDP
  • Violence Down, Curtain Up For Kashmir Theatre
  • LeT Says No Suicide Attacks During Elections
  • Rise Of Regional Parties A Positive Development: Mufti
  • 2 Lashkar militants, girl killed in encounter in Doda
  • Lashkar warns of suicide attacks during polls
  • Ex-RAW chief rebuffs reports of Taliban arrival in Kashmir
  • Terror Camps Still 'existing' On Other Side Of LoC: Army
  • Cross-LoC trade touches Rs16.3 million
  • Tourism Business In Kashmir Affected Due To Rumours Of Taliban Presence
  • Kashmir Separatists Not Calling For Poll Boycott: India Votes
  • PoK And J&K Exchange Goods Worth Rs 1.63 Crore
  • Moderate Polling Reported In Jammu
  • Hurriyat Eschews Poll Boycott In Kashmir
  • Elderly More Active In Voting Then Young In Jammu
  • Kashmir Traders Echo Fear Of Brand Kashmir Hijack
  • India forced Kashmiris to take up arms: Kashmiri leader
  • Hizbul Threat On J&K Polls Taken Seriously, Security Tightened
  • J&K Witnesses Record 893 Incident-free Election Rallies
  • Day 2: Hurriyat Still Debating On LS Polls
  • Seven Armymen Killed In J&K Avalanche
  • Omar And Soz Ask People To Defeat Divisive Forces
  • 'Women Across LoC Being Trained To Infiltrate Into J-K'
  • JeM Chief Masood Azhar Declared 'officially' Missing From Pakistan
  • Farooq Abdullah To Contest From Srinagar Lok Sabha Seat
  • Geelani Rejects Lone Contesting Election As Non-issue
  • Militant 'traitor' Warning To Kashmir Voters
  • Hurriyat Chooses Silence To Tide Over Lone
  • Time To Junk The Old, Says Lone, First Separatist To Contest Polls
  • Boycott Polls: Syed Salahuddin
  • Tensions flare at ‘friendship point’ on LoC
  • Militants' Forays Cause Alarm In J&K
  • Hurriyat Reacts Cautiously To Sajad Lone's Decision To Contest
  • Change In Strategy: Lone
  • Kashmir Separatist To Contest Indian Polls
  • Kashmir Militants 'join Forces': Indian Minister
  • Two dozen injured in clashes in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Infiltration Bid Foiled, Pak Intruder Killed In J&K
  • Kashmir’s ‘Kasab’ Story Casts Light On NWFP Threat
  • J&K gunbattle ends, not fear
  • Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus service suspended due to landslides
  • Muftis give up Delhi for J&K
  • Elections In Kashmir: Who Votes Wins
  • Four Die In Indian Kashmir Gunbattle
  • Around 900 Militants Holed Up In Kashmir
  • No Information About Presence Of Taliban In Kashmir: Army Spokesman
  • Infiltration Attempts Before Snow Melts Unusual: Chidambaram
  • High jump in cross-LoC trade
  • Militant groups determined to infiltrate into J&K: PC
  • Taliban Presence Felt In Kashmir Valley
  • Stone-pelting: Debating point
  • Airfield To Be Reopened In East Ladakh
  • Infiltration Rising, Army Moves More Troops To LoC
  • Two Army Personnel Killed In J&K Gunbattle
  • No Taliban, Al-Qaeda In Kashmir: Separatist Leaders
  • Omar plans to draw UK link to transform Kashmir
  • Kashmiris turn against foreign militants
  • Kashmir separatist leader says poll boycott no option now
  • Intercepts Suggest Taliban Presence In Kashmir Valley
  • Omar, The Boy From Essex Trying To Tame Kashmir
  • Kashmir's Majestic Chinars Under Threat
  • J&K Security Stepped Up Against Hizb Plan To Launch Terror Strikes During Polls
  • Do Kashmir Separatists Face Poll Blow?
  • Cross LoC Travel Loosing Charm
  • Administration Clamps Night Curfew Along LoC In Rajouri
  • LeT men among six killed in Kashmir
  • Election Fever Grips Srinagar
  • Three Lashkar militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Families Who Fought Infiltrators Left Out In The Cold
  • Lashkar-e-Taiba Leader Said To Be In Pakistani Custody Directs Operations In Kashmir
  • J&K infiltration sends tremors; high-level meeting today
  • Dal Lake Could Live Up To 300 More Years!
  • Lashkar Condemns Shah’s Re-arrest
  • Op Gurez On, Militant Killed In Kupwara
  • Kashmiri Hindus Ask Indian Troops To Leave Temples
  • March

  • 23 File Nomination For Jammu Lok Sabha Seat
  • Azad Calls For Strengthening Of Secular Forces
  • Pandits, Separatists Start Dialogue At Srinagar Meet
  • Tourists Arrive In Kashmir Much Early This Year
  • Tourists Arrive In Kashmir Much Early This Year
  • Pandits, Separatists Start Dialogue At Srinagar Meet
  • 23 File Nomination For Jammu Lok Sabha Seat
  • Global Warming Results In Meltdown Of Glaciers In Kashmir
  • ‘South Kashmir Will Again Become NC Bastion’
  • Abdul Ghani Bhat, 6 Others Back In NC
  • People Will Ignore Seperatists Poll Boycott Call: Soz
  • 72,793 Kashmiri Pandits In 3 J-K Districts
  • Sites Along Kashmir's Mughal Road To Get Facelift
  • Reducing Vigil In J&K Is Premature: Army
  • Geelani Backs Armed Struggle
  • Kashmir Village Boy's Bollywood Dreams Come True
  • Security Beefed Up For Kashmir Tourist Spots
  • 'US will not get involved in Kashmir issue'
  • Pak Will Use US Scrutiny To Bring Focus On Kashmir
  • Centre's Help Sought For Rejuvenating J&K Industry, Dal Lake
  • International Airport To Boost Flower Export Business In Kashmir
  • Rendered Homeless In Homeland
  • US Not To Get Involved In Kashmir Issue
  • Court Takes Custody Of Dal, 3 Other Lakes
  • Intel Network Across LoC Helped Army
  • ANALYSIS-Kashmir gunbattle raises security worries in India
  • Another Infiltration Bid Near LoC In Gurez
  • Mufti, Top Politicians Have A Narrow Escape
  • LoC Breach: Alerted, Army Laid A Trap For Lashkar Men Before 5-day Firefight Began
  • LeT Planning Biggest Ever Infiltration: Gen Kapoor
  • Jammu And Kashmir Paramilitary Soldier Cremated With Full State Honours
  • Lashkar Hand In J&K Encounter, Group Warns Of More Attacks On Army
  • Valley Village Mourns Slain Paratrooper
  • Ultras Being Moved To Launching Pads On Indo-Pak Border: Omar
  • Kupwara, Day 5: Troops Still Battling Infiltrators
  • UN Human Rights Panel Chief Wants India To Abolish AFSPA
  • At Least 19 Die In 4 Days Of Fighting Between Indian Army And Islamic Militants
  • NGO Urges State Govt. To Take Steps To Save Dal Lake
  • Farooq Defines ‘Kashmiriyat’
  • 170 Kashmir Temples Hit By Militancy: Report
  • World Bank Funded Project For Kashmiri Saffron
  • Kashmir Mosques Join Campaign Against Poly Bags
  • Five Soldiers, Six Militants Killed In Kashmir
  • Early Solution Of Kashmir Issue To Help Pakistan Focus On War On Terror: Gilani
  • Economic Blockade Afflicted More Loss Than Militancy: Govt
  • Army Officer Killed, Jawan Injured In Gunbattle
  • Sopore Village Suspends Agitation After CM’s Assurance
  • AFSPA To End During My Govt's Tenure: Omar
  • Omar Appreciates Army Action
  • Sopore Killings: Army Indicts Three
  • J&K Gujjars Want To Pilot Sachin To Lok Sabha
  • Civilian Killing: J-K Police File Murder Case Against CRPF
  • Omar Favours Withdrawal Of AFSPA
  • Govt pathetically helpless in safeguarding people's life, dignity: Mufti
  • Thousands Protest Carpenter's Killing In Kashmir
  • Obama govt has 'quiet focus' on Kashmir
  • Civilian Killed In CRPF Firing In J&K
  • Guilty Army Men In Sopore Killings To Be Punished: Kapoor
  • Omar To Raise Sopore Killings With Chidambaram
  • Pollution Threatens Kashmir's Tourist Houseboats
  • Kashmir Fake Encounter: NHRC Asks Defence Ministry To Pay Rs 3 Lakh In Damages
  • Bomai Residents Threaten Mass Migration
  • J&K Govt-Army Divide Widens
  • We’re Ready For Dialogue: Mirwaiz
  • PDP Chief Condemns Bomai Killings, Rules Out Pre-poll Alliance
  • 'Mufti Acted As 'spokesman' Of Militants During His Tenure'
  • Two Major Tragedies Averted In Kashmir
  • Army Deflates Bomai Probe
  • Govt to empower Northern Areas people: Kaira
  • Poll Effect: Hurriyat Mum On Sajjad Lone’s LS Bid
  • Centuries Old Mosque In Srinagar Gets A Face Lift
  • LeT Financial Coordinator Arrested With Hawala Money
  • National Conference, Congress agree to share seats for by-polls  in J&K
  • Militants Hide Inside Mosque After Gunbattle In J&K
  • Violence Levels In Valley On The Decline
  • Alarmed By Bomai Report, Antony To Visit JK
  • Jammu & Kashmir: Punish Gulty Soldiers, Govt To Delhi
  • J-K HC Asks Army To Compensate For Dead Porters
  • Open More Trade Routes With Pak, Omar To Centre
  • AJK opposition holds session at assembly sectt's doorway
  • Pak Not Serious To Take Action Against Lashkar: Expert.
  • ‘Peace Returning To Valley’
  • Stable Pakistan In India's Interest: Farooq Abdullah
  • Captive Breeding Programme To Save Kashmir's Red Deer
  • 26-11 Attacks Show Growing Ability Of LeT: US Intelligence Official
  • AJK speaker refuses to summon session
  • Militant Made Their Presence Felt In The City Again
  • Life Back To Normal, Case Filed Against CRPF
  • ‘PDP-BJP Alliance In LC Polls Is Propaganda’
  • Kashmir Houseboat Operators Face Uncertain Future
  • US Unlikely To Mediate On Kashmir: Report
  • How FBI Has Been Busting LeT's Funding
  • Pakistan extends detention of Lashkar-linked charity chief
  • Normal Life Hit In Downtown Srinagar
  • Army, Police Hunt Deserter In J&K, LeT Offers Reward
  • PDP And BJP Entered Into An Unholy Alliance:Farooq
  • JK Gujjar Women Are A Discriminated Lot: Survey
  • Sajjad Lone May Be A Face In LS Polls
  • More Kargils If Kashmir Remains Unresolved: Musharraf
  • Post-9-11 Policies Affected Kashmir Movement: Gillani
  • LoC is Berlin Wall, tear it down, says Musharraf
  • Need To Rebuild Ties Between J&K And Rest Of India: Omar Abdullah
  • Indian Troops Lock Down Kashmir Capital
  • Pakistan, India Shall Resume Kashmir Talks: Musharraf
  • J&K Clashes Over Demand For Release Of Hurriyat Leaders
  • One Dead As Protesters, Police Clash In Srinagar
  • Top LeT Operative Arrested In Kolkata
  • Peaceful solution to Kashmir issue possible now: Mufti
  • Major reshuffle in AJK bureaucracy
  • 'LoC trade part of CBM, J&K for opening of other routes'
  • Pakistan stops Kashmir bus, says India
  • Lakhvi, 3 other Mumbai suspects' remand extended
  • Omar's Views On Kashmir Issue Childish: Hurriyat
  • Pakistan should clamp down on former proteges: Kashmiri CM
  • Surrender By 551 Militants In J&K Since 2004: Omar
  • 'Pak Army, ISI Help Terrorists' Communication In PoK, Kashmir'
  • Kashmiri Pandits Are Integral Part Of J&K: Omar
  • Kashmir Takes Up Skiing In A Big Way
  • Shaukat Kashmiri Calls For Peace In South Asian Region
  • Kashmir Gears Up To Welcome Tourists
  • Improve Indo-Pak Ties For Normalcy In Kashmir: Omar
  • Window Of Opportunity Opens In Kashmir, Says EU
  • European Union delegation calls on Governor
  • Demilitarization First, Talks Next: Mirwaiz
  • PDP To Play Role Of Constructive, Fearless Opposition In J&K
  • International Winter Games To Commence In Kashmir
  • Ex-AJK PM says political turmoil damaging Kashmir cause
  • February

  • No erosion due to Baglihar Dam in Doda, says India
  • Dal Cleanup: Houseboats First To Go
  • UN Resolution On Kashmir No Longer Relevant: US Experts
  • Major Administrative Reshuffle In J&K
  • JK Submits Rs 386 Crores Wullar Lake Action Plan To Centre
  • Chidambaram Pulls Up Army For J&K Killing
  • Omar’s Statement On AFSPA Revocation Is Good Beginning: Mirwaiz
  • Normal Life Hit In Srinagar, Heavy Deployment Of Securitymen
  • Process on to strip army of special powers: Omar
  • Unify Both Sides Of LoC For Kashmir Solution: Mehbooba
  • 26-11: Lashkar founder Hafiz Saeed chargsheeted for first time
  • Army porter dies in landmine bast in Rajouri
  • J-K Govt For Opening Of More Trade Routes: Vohra
  • Akbar Lone is speaker of Jammu and Kashmir assembly
  • Indian troops on alert to halt Kashmir protests
  • Jammu And Kashmir Governor Abandons Address To Legislature
  • Jirga asked to work for durable peace in Gilgit
  • Divided Family Members Cross LoC Through Bus Service
  • Protests In Srinagar Following Death Of Yasin Malik's Cousin
  • Kashmir Opposition To Target Government On Rights Abuses
  • Major Breakthrough On Kashmir During My Premiership: Sharif
  • Kashmir Tense Over Civilian Killings
  • Kashmiri Boy Loves Cricket, Separatist Mother Says No
  • Villagers Defend Themselves From Militants In J-K
  • Yasin Malik Weds His Pakistani Girlfriend
  • Miliband Admits He Could Have Chosen His Words Better
  • Protest in Indian Kashmir over youth killings
  • J&K Killings: Murder Case Filed Against Army
  • Bollywood Returns To Kashmir As Violence Falls
  • Two Killed In Sopore Firing, Omar Orders Magisterial Probe
  • Azad Resigns As Member Of J&K Assembly
  • Kashmiri Hurriyat in soul-searching mode, hunting for new direction
  • Panchayat polls in Kashmir after general elections: Omar
  • Pakistan, India Had Agreed On Demilitarization Of Kashmir: Kasuri
  • Demands Met; Striking J-K Employees Return To Work
  • Moderate Quake Rocks J&K; No Casualties
  • With Eye On Development, CM In Top Gear To Achieve Results
  • Pakistans reservations on Kishenganga legitimate, says FO
  • Kashmir Not On My Plate, Says Holbrooke
  • Pak, India Were Close To Kashmir Solution: Kasuri
  • Heaters Cool Demand For Hazardous Kashmir Fire Pot
  • PDP Initiated Peace Process -Mufti
  • LeT Militant Held With SIM Cards
  • JKNSF for liberating Kashmir through socialist struggle
  • Youth Posing As Militants To Loot Villagers In J-K
  • BSF Plans Meetings With Villagers J-K Police's Lines
  • Defeated Candidates Demand Security
  • Gujjar women, children in Kashmir get raw deal
  • PDP For Extension Of Rail Link, Four-lane Highway To Kupwara
  • RS Polls: Jammu Votes For Valley
  • No peace without Kashmir settlement
  • Obama urged to include Kashmir in Holbrookes agenda
  • Kashmir Wool Industry In Shambles
  • 22 J&K Government Officials Suspended
  • Gulmarg Turns Paradise For Foreign Tourists
  • Thousands Attend Army's Recruitment Rally In Kashmir
  • Pak has bowed to India: J&K rebels
  • Lakhvi, two others in police custody: sources
  • Srinagar airport terminal will catalyse J&K's eco growth: PM
  • Sonia Gandhi Lauds Kashmiris For Poll Participation
  • NC Wins Both Rajya Sabha Seats From Jammu
  • Trade across LoC reduced to trickle
  • Grenades and roses in Kashmir
  • NC-PDP MLAs Trade Blows
  • Srinagar Airport Goes International
  • LeT Slams Pak For 'surrendering' To India
  • Maqbool Bhat’s Brother Returns To Valley After 20 Years, Is Arrested
  • Illegal Gun Factory Busted, Owner Arrested In J & K
  • Stay order against AJKCCI elections
  • Cracks Develop In AJK Cabinet
  • Rs 3.22 Cr Hawala Money Seized In J-K In Last Two Decades
  • Mehbooba Becomes J&K’s First Woman Head Of Opposition
  • Surgical Strikes No Option To Stamp Out Terror: PDP
  • Kashmir: An Obstacle To South Asia Stability
  • Demand for Maqbool Bhat’s proper burial
  • National Bank closes Gilgit office after loan scam
  • JKLF Founder’s Brother Returns From PoK
  • Swede Apologises, Calm Returns To Gulmarg
  • Come Feb 14, Kashmir goes on global air map
  • Kashmiri Women Survive Forced Marriages To Militants, Tell Tale
  • Indian Kashmir Hurriyat pitches for single leader
  • 118 Traders Waiting To Travel Across LoC
  • Reshuffle Focus Of First Cabinet Meeting
  • Protest Over Skier Intensifies In J&K
  • Separatists may not boycott LS polls in Kashmir
  • Geelani Slams Pak's Extremist Forces
  • 'Troop Cut, AFSPA Revocation Fundamental Ingredients Of Peace Process':Mufti
  • AJK minister’s warning to India
  • Four Buried Alive As Heavy Snow Disrupts Life In Valley
  • Youth Who Went To PoK For Training Returns
  • Separatists Lie Low: Are These Signs Of Fresh Cracks?
  • Kashmir settlement to help ease Afghan issue: British MPs
  • Thousands Rally For Kashmir In Pakistan
  • India Condemns Rally By Banned Terror Outfits In PoK
  • Kashmir most important issue in South Asia: Ban Ki-moon
  • ‘Masood Azhar is in North Waziristan’
  • ‘Pakistan will continue to support Kashmir’
  • Kashmiri Leader Urges Pakistan To Lift Islamist Groups Ban
  • Centre Orders Pull Out Of 13,000 CRPF Men From J&K
  • Trout Fish Earns Rs 1 Cr Revenue For J&K
  • J&K woman first to register rape case against militants
  • LeT, UJC Call For Practical Support
  • CPI(M)'s J&K Unit Seeks Resumption Of Indo-Pak Peace Talks
  • 'Kashmir At Core Of Govt Foreign Policy'
  • Money Is No Problem, We Are Restructuring: Mirwaiz
  • Drive Against Hawala HurriyatTo Shut Down Offices
  • Huge Local Recruitment By LeT, Huji Before J-K Polls
  • Demand for 2 more districts in Baltistan
  • Kashmir Root Cause Of Tensions: Gilani
  • 3 top LeT militants shot dead in Handwara
  • 'Lashkar, Hizbul Used Same Conduits For Supplies In Kashmir'
  • JI Shows Solidarity With Kashmiris, Palestinians
  • January

  • First International Flight From Srinagar Feb. 14
  • Omar For Absorbing Youth In Govt. Services
  • “India Can Expect Open Policy From Obama”
  • Kashmir was never on Holbrooke's plate: US
  • Mirwaiz Urges Obama To Intervene In Kashmir
  • Delhi Assures Funds For Many J&K Projects During Omar Visit
  • Indian National Provided Fake Notes By Pak Bank
  • Omar Changes His Opinion, Justifies Award
  • Trans LoC trade rising despite Pak-India tensions
  • Militant Kashmiri Leader Yasin Malik To Marry Racy Artist Mushaal Mullick
  • Army's Counter-fratricide Efforts Show Results In J-K
  • Resolve Kashmir In Spirit Of Lahore Declaration: Sharif
  • 'LeT threat to regional and global security next to Al-Qaeda'
  • N. Areas’ traders want ancient trade routes reopened
  • Special envoy has no mandate to deal with Kashmir: US
  • Zardari Urges Obama To Recast Pak-US Ties For Peace, Stability, Help Resolve Kashmir Conflict
  • Pak Not For Internationalisation Of Kashmir Issue: Ex-diplomat
  • Kashmir Issue Resolution In US Interest, Says Senior Democrat
  • Why India Doesn't Want Holbrooke On Their Case
  • Kashmir Not In The Mandate Of Holbrooke: US
  • Attique Calls World Powers To Assist In Kashmir Settlement
  • Kashmir Row To Continue Drawing Attention Till It Is Resolved: Sayeed
  • People's Support Must To Eradicate Militancy: J-K Gov
  • Improved Indo-Pak Ties Will Help J&K, Says Omar
  • Attique Calls World Powers To Assist In Kashmir Settlement
  • Kashmir Row To Continue Drawing Attention Till It Is Resolved: Sayeed
  • People's Support Must To Eradicate Militancy: J-K Gov
  • Omar seeks people's cooperation to realise his dream of developed, prosperous J&K
  • Has India succeeded in reducing Holbrookes role?
  • 'Pak Mobilising Funds From Muslim Nations For Kashmir'
  • UK minister pacifies India over Miliband ‘terror gaffe’
  • Ladakh Most Neglected Region Of J&K
  • 12 More Ministers Of AJK Cabinet Take Oath
  • Security forces launch massive operation in North Kashmir
  • BSF Troops Foil Infiltration Bid In Jammu Sector
  • Culture Clash: Kashmiri Militant Takes On Bollywood
  • New US Envoy's Job Excludes J&K
  • UK Says It Is For India, Pak To Resolve Kashmir Issue
  • Sikh Youth Arrested For Helping Lashkar Militants
  • Mumbai Attacks Not Linked To Kashmir: Pranab
  • “Miliband Was Not Off-message, He Toed The U.K. Line On Kashmir”
  • David Miliband Is An Embarrassment Strutting The World Stage
  • Miliband’s Kashmir remarks reflect Obama’s plan: report
  • India plays down Miliband dispute
  • David Miliband Accused Of 'arrogance' Over Kashmir Comments
  • ‘PML-N chief backs political change in AJK’
  • Huge Trade Consignment Sent To PoK
  • India Conveys Displeasure To UK Over Miliband's Remark
  • Lashkar Denies Statement On Cease Fire In J&K
  • Ruckus in JK Assembly as members take oath
  • Kashmir Industry Body Seeks Rs 600 Cr For Sick Industries
  • MQM nominee elected AJK deputy speaker
  • Omar Rebuts Miliband's Statement On J&K Issue
  • 'Lashkar ready to shun arms if Kashmir resolved peacefully'
  • J&K Reels Under Intense Cold, Snow And Rains Continue
  • Indo-Pak hostility to increase agony of Kashmiris: Mufti
  • Panun Kashmir Observes 19th Holocaust Day
  • Normalcy Will Return Soon: Omar
  • LT to support democratic struggle to liberate Indian-held Kashmir
  • Give J&K a chance: Omar to India Inc
  • Miliband’s Kashmir remarks upset India
  • Kashmir a 'hot spot', says Obama envoy
  • Statements Of David Miliband And Susan Rice Augurs Well
  • Militant Hideout Busted; Arms Recovered In Kashmir
  • Safiqul Helped Former Hizbul Chief Dar Enter India
  • Obama Envoy Invokes 'K' Word
  • Hurriyat Welcomes British Foreign Secy's Statement On Kashmir
  • Hizb Co-founder’s Arrest Could Set Stage For Dialogue
  • Omar Reaches Out To Separatists
  • India Reacts To Miliband’s Comments
  • Miliband Equates Kashmir With Terror From Pakistan
  • Cross-LoC trade despite tensions
  • 11-member AJK cabinet sworn in
  • Special Envoys Coming, But No Final Decision Yet: Clinton
  • Self-styled Hizb commander arrested in J&K
  • Pakistan's ISI Training Women For Terrorism
  • Can Omar Turn Around J&K's Investment Scene?
  • Hurriyat Asks India, Pak To Talk And Settle Issues
  • Mirwaiz Hurriyat Divided Over Unity With Geelani Faction
  • Indo-Pak tension fails to impact LoC crossing
  • Mirwaiz Convenes Conference Of Ulema
  • NC Is Ready To Drop Autonomy Demand: Farooq
  • Three Buried In Kashmir Avalanche, One Rescued
  • Pak Deploys Troops Along Border: Sources
  • Geelani Vows To Continue Freedom Struggle
  • Omar's Surprise Visits Put Employees On Tenterhooks In Jammu
  • Has NC Sacrificed Too Much For Omar's Crown?
  • 'Wanted' Financial Brain Of J&K Separatists Flees
  • Mirwaiz not in favour of Islamic republic in Kashmir
  • Omar To Set Agenda For First 100 Days
  • Sensible people will not advocate bombing of Pakistan: Abdullah
  • Obama's Special Envoy Will Not Have India On His Plate
  • 14 Injured During Anti-Israel Protest In Srinagar
  • Mehbooba Mufti Quits LS Seat
  • Pak Militants Give Army The Slip
  • Stay Away From Kashmir, Report Warns Obama
  • Muharram procession disallowed in Srinagar
  • Omar’s Priority ‘Bijli, Paani & Sadak’
  • Mendhar Operation Called Off, Ultras May Have Escaped
  • Attique terms his ouster ‘aggression’ by centre
  • Terrorist attacks like Mumbai harming cause of Kashmir:Boucher
  • Police Stop Shi'ite Muslims Procession, 80 Hurt
  • Poonch: Security Forces Chalk Out Strategy For Final Burst
  • No-trust vote topples AJK PM Attique
  • 'Jamaat Has No Alliance With LeT'
  • Fog, Tough Terrain Slowing Poonch Gunbattle: Army
  • Delink Religion From Terrorism, Says Omar
  • Poonch encounter enters fifth day; two jawans injured
  • Kashmir Comment Obama's First Foreign Policy Mistake: Analyst
  • Paulo Coelho's 'The Alchemist' Impresses Omar
  • Omar Abdullah Takes Oath As J&K Chief Minister
  • Federal ministers accused of meddling in AJK affairs
  • Jammu accords warm welcome to Omar
  • Decision of PDP to part ways with the UPA 'unfortunate': Cong
  • Jamiat Asks Govt To Clarify Report That JeM Chief Had Met Deoband Ulemas
  • AJK PM to face no-trust move on 6th
  • Saffron Brigade May Float Party To Press For Jammu Statehood
  • 7 Killed In Marathon J&K Encounter
  • Omar Abdullah not to shift to palatial chief minister's residence
  • Urban-rural Divide, Terror To Challenge Omar
  • No Rotation Of CM's Post, Says Omar Abdullah
  • Security Forces Battle Militants In Poonch
  • Anti-Israel Protests Break Out In Kashmir
  • In-house change in AJK on the cards
  • Gen-X pins hopes on Omar
  • Omar To Take Oath As J&K CM On Jan 5; No Rotational CMship
  • Kashmiri Youth Organise Musical Concert For Peace
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