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The year 2010 will go down in Kashmir history as the year of the stone pelters. Thousands of youngsters took to the streets in the state to show their anger against the security forces and the atmosphere of fear and suppression. Twenty years of heavy handed security presence in the towns and villages of the Valley has led to a feeling of immense fristration and oppression that found a volcanic outlet during the year. Several political leaders in Kashmir Valley tried to take advantage of this spontaneous upsurge while many in New Delhi claimed it was all the result of the instigation of Pakistani agents. Though subsequent events showed that the stone pelting was encouraged and guided by certain political elements, there can be no doubt that the young Kashmiri who has grown up in an atmosphere of fear and loathing desperately want to live a free life. The state government has managed to sense the true furstration of the young but is unable to do much because of suspicious New Delhi and the continued operation of militants in the state. However, there is no doubt the deaths of over a hundred youth in the 2010 summer of unrest will lead to greater autonomy and thinning out of security force personnel. In the meantime, New Delhi launched a political initiative by setting up a team of Kashmir interlocutors to find the "broad contours" of a settlement of the Kashmir problem. The new year will tell whether it will be the peacemakers or the stone pelters who will prevail.


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DECEMBER

  • Kashmir’s New Year Choice: Review Or Suicide
  • 2011 Witnessed Historic Low Level Violence, Says Chidambaram
  • Jammu And Kashmir Had Record 12 Million Tourists In 2011
  • US Won’t Help Kashmir: Abbas At JKLF’s Fai Meet
  • Year 2011 Erased Bitter Memories Of Two Decades: DGP Kashmir
  • Govt Biggest Defaulter Of Power Tariff: Mirwaiz
  • Dilution Of AFSPA Detrimental: Army Chief
  • Channels of talks with separatists open: PC
  • 2011: A Year That Raised Hopes For Peace In Jammu And Kashmir
  • India rejects Pak proposal to move heavy artillery from LoC
  • Kashmir Village Keeps Militancy Away, Embraces Army Jobs
  • Omar Urges Mirwaiz To Declare Jihad
  • JKBL yet to select vendors UID project fails to take off
  • Mediator In Taliban-U.S. Talks Backed Kashmir Jihad
  • Campaign For J&K's Reorganisation
  • J&K Government May Not Oblige Governor NN Vohra On Public Safety Act
  • Come Clear On Coalition: Farooq To Congress
  • CSC on autonomy seeks another extension
  • Pak Proposes Demilitarization Of LoC
  • 'China Increasing Presence In Pakistani Kashmir'
  • 1,000 Militants Poised To Infiltrate LoC
  • K-panel Report For Phased Demilitarization In JK
  • Mufti Seeks Dulhasti, Salal For JK
  • Shah For Broad Based, Transparent Hurriyat
  • Cong High Command Takes Strong Exception To Rumours Of Rotational CM
  • Doda, Reasi Freed Of Militancy: Police
  • Fai Arrest To Cost US Dear,Says Geelani
  • Time To Resolve Kashmir Issue Is Now: Padgaonkar
  • Govt Trying To Rehabilitate Released Militants
  • 950 MWs Of Electricity Being Supplied In Kashmir
  • Lawyers Honour HC Directives, Suspend Strike
  • NC worker shot dead by militants in Batamaloo
  • Major ceasefire violation by Pak Army at Haji Peer
  • Shefaie First Kashmiri Woman To Get Akademi Awards
  • No Peace In Kashmir Interlocutor Panel
  • Hurriyat Faces Pressure From Within To Restructure
  • Pakistan Committed To Engaging With India On Kashmir
  • Indo-Pak officials meet at Attari
  • Jammu & Kashmir Separatists Come Out In Support Of Ghulam Nabi Fai
  • Over Rs 2.54 Cr Goods Traded By J&K, POK Businessmen
  • Omar Abdullah To Remain CM Till 2014: National Conference
  • No Need To Get Panicky Of Earth Quake Warning: Renzu Shah
  • Summary revision over: J&K now has 66.76 lakh electorates
  • Jammu & Kashmir Uprising Threatens To Descend Into Chaos
  • SHRC Issues Arrest Warrant Against DSP
  • Complete, peaceful bandh in Jammu
  • Jammu And Kashmir To Get Its Share Of Water From Punjab After 30 Years
  • Kashmir Police Register Case For Text Book Depiction Of Cops As 'cruel'
  • 100 Guerrillas Waiting To Sneak Into Kashmir: Army
  • PC to shortly brief CCS on Interlocutors’ report
  • As Christmas Nears, Hostility Increases In India
  • Hafiz Saeed Vows To Oust Indian Forces From Jammu And Kashmir
  • JK Border People Suffered During 1947, 1965,1971 Wars
  • Army Ties AFSPA With AfPak Riddle
  • Govt To Setup 20 Clusters For KPs In Valley
  • 2-3rd length of border bund along IB demolished
  • Kashmiri Youth Venture Out To Shape Their Destinies
  • Show Tolerance To Differing Views: Lone On Mirwaiz Attack
  • Kashmir Clergy's New Mantra: 'New Year Celebs Un-Islamic'
  • Is Infiltration In Jammu And Kashmir On Rise After AFSPA Move?
  • AAI Team Inspects Facilities At Kargil Air Base
  • Omar Should Look At His Track Record: Malik
  • Threat To J-K Can't Be Ignored: Antony On Afspa
  • Mirwaiz Booed In Geelani’s Bastion
  • Hizb, LeT Modules Kashmir Valley
  • Spreading Wings In The Valley
  • Srinagar Shuts Down Against Stone-throwers
  • Religious Bodies Accuse Education Deptt Of Fraud
  • No Threat From China: Manmohan
  • Cross-LoC Traders Suspend Trade
  • Kashmir Police Chief Claims Militancy In State Curbed By 48 Percent
  • Madrassa Funding Row Turns Murkier
  • Dismantle Wall Of Hatred, Say Poets Of India, Pakistan
  • No KP Family Returned To Valley: Centre
  • Govt Bid To Reach Out To Youth In J&K Falling Flat
  • Geelani To Wage Guru’s Legal Battle
  • Army Predicts Spur In Kashmir Militancy In 2012
  • Valley Group Admits Militants Responsible For Disappearances
  • Jamiat Owns Attack On Sagar
  • Attack On Sagar: CM Orders Probe
  • MHRD Disclosure Stir Hornet’s Nest
  • BJP Would Be 'wiped Off' From JK, Says Expelled Leader
  • Cong rally attacked by youth in Bandipora
  • Sagar Escapes Bid On Life
  • Liquor Sale In J&K Shows Steep Rise
  • Reopening Cinemas, Liquor Shops 'part Of Great Design'
  • PDP dividing people on religion's name: Farooq
  • Human Rights Day Observed In Kashmir
  • Is Liquor Advocacy State Policy: Mirwaiz Asks Omar
  • US Seismologist Warns Of Deadly Kashmir Quake
  • In Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, Residents See Experiment With Autonomy As 'illusion'
  • Network Of Straw Donors Funnelled ISI Money To Fai
  • Kashmir Government To Buy Back Power Projects From NHPC
  • Geelani’s Fatwas Don’t Scare Me: Farooq
  • Jammu And Kashmir Police To Get Non-lethal Weapons To Deal With Mob
  • ISI Pumped Millions To Influence US Policy On Kashmir: Ghulam Nabi Fai
  • Power Overhaul On Cards
  • Militancy Down To 5%: Omar
  • Fai pleads guilty for being ISI agent
  • Geelani Must Know It Is Secular, Not Islamic State: Farooq Abdullah
  • Curfew like restrictions in Srinagar to stop Muharram procession
  • Geelani Seeks Fatwa Against Farooq Over Liquor Remark
  • 'Dr Farooq Aided Kashmiri Youth For Arms Training'
  • Violence Wanes In Kashmir, But India Maintains Tight Military Grip
  • No let up in struggle to see-off AFSPA: Omar
  • Record Number Of Tourists Visit Kashmir In 2011: J&K Govt
  • Sheikh Abdullah Refused To Ban Alcohol To Boost Tourism: Farooq
  • Pakistan Fires At LoC Mosque In 46th Truce Violation
  • Jamaat-e-Islami Splits
  • Protect Cultural Heritage In All Regions Of JK: Karan Singh
  • India Must Show More Spine When Dealing With China: Omar
  • Police Uses Force On Shia Mourners
  • Reducing Trust Deficit Can Help Resolve Kashmir Dispute: PDP
  • Kashmir Holds Shia Sunni Peace Conference
  • Growing US-Pakistan Tension Worries Kashmiris
  • Mirwaiz To India, Pak: Demilitarize All Kashmir
  • Militant arrested with Pakistani wife in Jammu
  • P Chidambaram Meets PSU Chiefs For Jammu And Kashmir Youth Employment
  • CM Wants Independent Bodies To Monitor Works
  • Peace Signals In Restive Kashmir Valley
  • Amendment to give ED time for holding BDC elections by Feb end
  • Justice Bedi Rushes Back To Delhi
  • GoI Would Implement K-report: Padgaonkar
  • Lawyers In Indian Kashmir Strike Over Security Laws
  • NOVEMBER

  • Interlocutors In The Dark About Action On Report
  • Kashmiri Farmers Left High And Dry
  • Omar trying to denotify disturbed areas in J&K : PC
  • BJP Demands Farooq Abdullah Resignation For His Army Remarks
  • Financial Power Boost For J&K Local Bodies
  • Return Of Stone Throwing, J And K DGP Reviews Situation
  • President AJ&K Offers Free Of Cost Land To Investors
  • Missionary Schools In The Dock
  • US Had Offered Package To Extend 2001 Truce: UJC
  • 45 Ceasefire Violations Along Indo-Pak Border In J-K
  • PC seeks plan, PMRP resources from J&K within a week
  • Omar Abdullah’s Proposal Sparks New Row
  • IB Had Informed Then PM Of Pak Build Up
  • Police Recruitment Rally Held At Batmaloo
  • NC Hits Back At Mehbooba For Martial Law Comments
  • Army Is Not Master Of Kashmir: Farooq Abdullah
  • J-K Hajj Scandal : Inquiry Commission Demands Strict Rules
  • Cong Pulls Up NC’s Kamaal For Interlocutor Remarks
  • Geelani Loyalist Arrested For Attacking Army Officer
  • Major Infiltration Attempt By Ultras Foiled On LoC
  • Journalists Beaten Up By CRPF In Kashmir
  • Jaish, JuD Hold Anti-India Rally In PoK
  • Clashes In City Amid Shutdown, 43 Arrested, Several Injured
  • Mirwaiz Attacked In Chandigarh
  • Government Mulls Structural Reforms In Power Sector
  • JandK Court Won't Hear Plea Against Arundhati Roy
  • Migrant's Land: Chargesheet Against 2 Officials
  • Major Shakeup In Police: 3 ADGPs Among 22 Officers Transferred
  • Rs 4000 Cr Invested In 3 Yrs In JK: Slathia
  • BJP Opposes Rehabilitation Of Kashmir Youth
  • Hizb Backs Sehrai’s Name To Replace Geelani, Says Won’t Oppose Municipal Polls In Kashmir
  • Farooq Defends Job Policy
  • GoI Must Fully Support Omar On AFSPA Removal: Interlocutor
  • Omar Weak, Insecure: Kamaal
  • Pak, China Occupy Over A Lakh Sq Km Of Indian Territory
  • US Admits 'inaccuracies'; Removes Map Showing PoK In Pak
  • My views on AFSPA reflect public aspirations: Omar
  • Many NGOs Working As Missionaries In Valley: Mirwaiz
  • Lockup Deaths Equal Conflict Toll
  • India Protests US Depiction Of Kashmir As Pakistani Territory
  • Was Threatened Against Deposing: Mimicker
  • Facebook May Face Ban In Kashmir
  • Revocation Of AFSPA From J&K Will Take Some Time: Govt
  • 3 members delegation to meet top brass in New Delhi
  • Conversion Controversy: Pastor Arrested
  • Go To Courts If Unhappy With Inquiry Panel, Says Omar
  • Ample scope for addressing Army concerns: CM
  • 2 Core Groups Formed To Evolve Consensus
  • Pastor Admits To Conversion By Missionaries In Kashmir
  • BJP disqualifies 6 MLAs, seeks removal of another from House
  • Retired SC Judge To Probe NC Worker's Death
  • Jammu And Kashmir Helps Kabul Replace Poppy With Saffron
  • India, Pak Were Close To Seal Deal On Sir Creek, Siachen: Musharraf
  • MFN Decision Tantamount To Disloyalty To Kashmiri Martyrs
  • GoI Should Take Omar’s Views: Farooq
  • Left, LJP Demand Revocation Of AFSPA From Jammu And Kashmir
  • Advani warns second agitation on pre-53
  • MFN Status To India Detrimental For Kashmir Cause
  • Kashmir Youth Detained Illegally, Report Says
  • Dialogue Only Way To Resolve Issues, Says Dalai Lama
  • Third Front Buzz Unites NC, Cong
  • Indian Army Chief Meets Omar Adbullah On AFSPA
  • Jammu And Kashmir: Centre May Withdraw Army, Not AFSPA
  • Kashmir Seeks Growth Boost Amid Signs Of Peace
  • ‘Unregulated Tourist Rush Taking Toll On Valley Tourism Spots’
  • Omar meets Sonia
  • Kashmiri Traders Demand Banking Facility
  • Army Plots To Eliminate Me: Geelani
  • Build Trust, Put Kashmir On Back Burner: Imran Khan
  • ‘Keep J&K Special, Make LoC Porous’
  • Omar Meets Antony Ahead Of Cabinet Meet
  • Kashmiri Separatists Complicate AFSPA Issue For Omar Abdullah
  • Conflict Taking Toll On Valley Women
  • NC Following Delhi Script: MLA
  • AFSPA decision to be taken objectively : PM
  • Jammu And Kashmir: AFSPA Triggers Army-Omar Abdullah Turf War
  • Partial AFSPA withdrawal unlikely after DM’s stand
  • Geelani Warns Pakistan Against Befriending India
  • Start ‘new Chapter’ With Demilitarization: Mirwaiz To Indo-Pak
  • Kashmiri Leader Backs Improvement In Indo-Pak Ties
  • Bow Out: Farooq Tells Kamaal
  • Army Raises ‘secession' Spectre To Counter Plan To Lift AFSPA
  • Don’t politicize withdrawal of AFSPA issue: Azad
  • Defiant Omar Says His Govt Has Authority To Revoke AFSPA
  • Can’t wait for last gun to fall silent : Omar
  • Can’t Have Islands Of Peace, Army Counters Omar On Scrapping AFSPA
  • Juveniles Denied Justice In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Jammu & Kashmir Gets First Bharti Walmart Store
  • Durbar To Reopen In Jammu Today
  • From Airhostess To Aerospace Engineer, Kashmir Youth Look For New Professions
  • Generals, top cops to brief CM
  • Kamal’s ‘loud Cries Part Of The Plan'
  • Time Not Right To Let The Guard Down In Kashmir
  • China Creeping Up In Ladakh
  • Indo-Pak troops extend Eid celebrations to 5 places
  • Prayers Mark Eid In India, But Clashes In Kashmir
  • Kashmiris Opt For Camel Meat For This Year's Eid
  • Imran Khan Defends His Kashmir Remark
  • Special Powers To Act And Evade
  • Haji Yusuf used mimicry artiste for Farooq's voice: Witness
  • AFSPA can be re-imposed: Omar
  • Golf Authority On Anvil, More Golf Courses In Pipeline
  • Littered Shells In Kashmir
  • Nawaz Wanted To Sell Kashmir, Country Progressed During Military Rule: Musharraf
  • AFSPA Revocation Row: UHQ, Cabinet To Meet After Eid
  • Off The Road: Kashmir's Nomads Settling Down
  • Soz, Farooq Mend NC-Cong Fissures In Kashmir
  • The Battle For Kashmir's Jewel
  • Army Will Be Handicapped Without AFSPA: Lt Gen KT Parnaik
  • Day After Omar's Snub, Kamal Says Time To Lift AFSPA
  • Move Not At Kashmir’s Cost: Attique
  • Pak’s MFN Status To India Irks Separatists
  • India, Pak to open bank branches, increase fixed lines
  • Omar Abdullah To NDTV On The Controversy Over AFSPA
  • Kashmir, False Accusations Of Forced Conversion Against A Protestant Pastor
  • Turkey 'apologises' For Raising Kashmir Issue In UN
  • Soz, Taj Enacting Drama To Sabotage AFSPA Revocation: Kamal
  • Withdrawal Of AFSPA Complex Issue, Says New BSF DG
  • No CBI Probe Into Yousuf’s Death: Court
  • Trio’s Bid To Put Kashmir Back On Trek
  • OCTOBER

  • Omar Will Complete Full Six Year Term: Cong
  • 'Decision To Review AFSPA Was Taken By CCS'
  • SC Notice To Centre, J And K On Yusuf Death
  • 7 Booked In Kashmir Valley Over 'conversions'
  • Congress Minister's Pro-Omar Remark Draws Party's Flak
  • Kashmir's Scarred Mental Health Needs More Attention: ActionAid
  • Geelani Rules Out Unification In Separatist Camp
  • Google Searches For Talent In Jammu & Kashmir
  • Case Filed Against Religious Conversion In Kashmir
  • Minister Rebuffs Soz, Says Omar Will Stay CM
  • Decision Next Month: Omar
  • Indian Kashmir Amends Tough Security Law
  • J&K Grand Mufti Summons Christian Priest Over ‘conversions’
  • All Stakeholders Should Be Consulted On AFSPA Withdrawal: Congress
  • CRPF Amenable To AFSPA Withdrawal From J&K
  • Cabinet to consider AFSPA withdrawal after consensus
  • PM Chairs CCS Meet
  • Figures Back Case For Army Rollback In Kashmir
  • Well aware of my responsibilities: Omar
  • Omar Has Not Done Home Work On AFSPA Withdrawal: Mehbooba
  • National Saffron Mission Started Showing Results
  • DAA On Way Out: Announcement Likely On Friday
  • Not Trying To Undermine Army, Says Omar Abdullah
  • J&K Ultras Strike For The 2nd Day
  • AJK Chief Justice Shot And Wounded
  • MHA sets up group to draft major findings of report
  • Guv To Have Final Say
  • Omar Sniffs Mischief In Triple Hits - NC Hints At Army Hand In Valley Attacks
  • Hectic Deliberations In Civil, Army Administration
  • Prime Minister's Kashmir Package Lags Behind, Suffers Cost Overruns
  • Granting MFN Status To India And Kashmir Issue
  • Was Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salahuddin Part Of HC Blast Conspiracy?
  • ‘Dr. Jihad’ Key To Delhi High Court Blast
  • After Army, Congress Now Voices Reservations On AFSPA Revocation
  • Kashmiris Have No Objection To Declaring India As MFN: Sultan
  • Army Chopper Strays Into PoK, Sent Back After Few Hours
  • Engage Pak for lasting solution to Kashmir: Omar
  • AFSPA Cut Will Add To Police Load: IGP
  • Army To Oppose AFSPA Revocation
  • Cab Sec To Visit J&K Today To Review Security Situation
  • AFSPA On Way Out: Omar
  • Malik Flays Gadhafi's 'brutal Killing', Hails His Kashmir Stand
  • Ex PAF Chief Says Qabail Raid Gave Kashmir To India
  • Pak Political Parties Create Uproar Over Trade Concessions To India
  • Kashmir’s Organic Farms: 32,000 Hectares And Growing
  • Will Consider Talks After Invitation: Geelani
  • GoI Rejects Geelani’s Conditional Talks Offer
  • The Next Step For Peace In Kashmir
  • Mughal Road Links People, Economies
  • JK In Fiscal Fix
  • 5 vital mobile phones of terror attack plotters seized
  • Only Pro-Indian Politicians Exploit Youth: Malik
  • Stay Away From Parleys; UJC To Separatists
  • Geelani May Push Hurriyat For Talks If Govt Makes Offer
  • Hizbul Mujahideen Almost Wiped Out In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Is And Will Remain An Integral Part Of India: Hazare
  • Militancy Down By 50 Per Cent In J&K: Kuldeep Khoda
  • Geelani Now Says He’s Ready To Talk
  • No Communal Intent In Report: Kashmir Interlocutors
  • Azad's Intervention Saves Omar From Another Crisis
  • New Delhi Wants Geelani On Board
  • Surrendered Militants Warn Govt
  • Srinagar-Imphal March Against AFSPA Begins
  • 'We Need To Use The Indian State's Constitutional Institutions'
  • Interlocutors' Report Fails To Enthuse Kashmiris
  • At 11 Lakh, J&K Tourist Count Best In 25 Years
  • Kashmir’s Famed Silk Industry Dies Silent Death
  • Anna Evokes Separatist Ire Over K Remarks
  • J&K Set To Achieve 20% Growth This Fiscal: Rather
  • India's largest railway tunnel put to day-lighting test
  • UJC Chief Warns Pak Against MFN Status To India
  • J&K Report Questions Pak Stand On Plebiscite
  • Another terror plot originating from J&K foiled
  • Time To Relax Kashmir Security Laws: Chief Minister
  • Delhi To Re-engage Separatists
  • Interlocutors Report Traces Contours Of A Possible Political Solution
  • Militant Strength Across LoC Has Crossed All Proportions: Army
  • For J&K Views, ‘Bhagat Singh Sena’ Goons Beat Up Bhushan
  • Interlocutors' Report ‘wastage Of Time’: PDP, Hurriyat (M)
  • Interlocutors strike balance among 3 regions, PC to call all party meeting on report
  • DAA, AFSPA may go from some areas
  • Soz Echoes AICC Stand On Judicial Probe
  • Pakistan Raises J-K Issue At UN, Rebuffed
  • The Mystery Surrounding Kashmir's Graves
  • Jammu And Kashmir Bank Business Rises By 25 Pc In H1 FY'12
  • Pak Now Objects To Nimoo Power Project In Leh
  • NHPC Projects In JK Illegal, Unconstitutional: Govt
  • Kashmir Interlocutors To Submit Final Report Wednesday
  • Mehbooba Hits Back, Calls NC 'a Political Liability, Mafia'
  • Two Militants Killed In Encounter In J&K
  • India lodges strong protest with Pak
  • Kashmiri Pandits Stage Protest For Right To Pilgrimage In PoK
  • 9 Days On, Nobody Deposes Before Magistrate
  • ADB Agrees To Fund Rs 350 Cr Flyover Projects In J-K
  • Jammu And Kashmir Government In Phone Tapping Row
  • Public Services Guarantee Act To Reduce Corruption In Lower Levels
  • Kishtwar Medico arrested for Delhi blast
  • Yousuf Was A Crook: Omar
  • No Tapping Of Phones Of Politicians, Journalists: Govt
  • Troubled Kashmir ‘will Never Heal’
  • BJP Asks Govt To Review China Policy
  • Pak army, Intelligence links with extremists troubling: Obama
  • JKLF Reunites After 16 Yrs
  • Handing Over Giver & Taker Of Bribes Is No Crime: Omar Abdullah
  • 4000 Chinese, Including PLA Men, In PoK: Army Chief
  • Delhi Blast Accused Sent To Tihar Till Oct 7
  • Omar rules out resignation, will like probe in weeks
  • PDP Takes Out Rally Against Custodial Death Of NC Worker
  • Fai’s Moneybag Met Osama Before 9-11
  • After 22 Years, US Organises Cultural Event In Kashmir
  • Bills, Resolutions, Questions Lost In Assembly's Uproar
  • Respite For Omar Abdullah As J&K House Session Ends
  • Lashkar Face In South Kashmir Killed
  • Kargil To Be Major IAF Base
  • Mehbooba's Charges Wild, Will Sue Her: CM
  • Assembly Adjourned Amid Chaos
  • Militant Says Got Training From Pak Army, ISI
  • ‘Implement RTI Act Or Face The Music’
  • Omar Abdullah Puts On A Brave Face Over ‘politics Of Dead’
  • Custodial Death Probe: HC Says No To Sitting Judge
  • Trekking In Kashmir: Where Nuclear Powers Once Clashed
  • Participants Seek Demilitarization; Revocation Of AFSPA, PSA
  • Pak used terror groups in Kashmir: US
  • J&K House, CM Mum On Soldiers' Deaths
  • SEPTEMBER

  • Fresh Firing On Fifth Day Of Kupwara Gunbattle
  • ‘Fear Forced Kashmiri Pandits To Move Out Of Valley’
  • Govt orders judicial probe into custodial killing
  • NC Man Dies In Custody
  • Kashmir Uproar Over Afzal Guru Clemency Plea
  • Omar Confirms Chinese Incursions
  • 4-day Kupwara Encounter Ends, 9 Dead
  • Azhar motivated Dev, Abid; told them they will get important task
  • US slaps sanctions on LeT founders
  • Expel Slum Dwellers By Oct 20: Geelani Tells Govt
  • Fracas Derails Afzal Resolution
  • Omar Abdullah Fears Rise In Militancy If Afzal Is Hanged
  • Implement 73rd, 74th amendments to empower Panchayats, ULBs: Rahul
  • 98 Persons Found Involved In Hawala: Govt
  • Indian Kashmir Gunbattle Leaves Six Dead
  • J&K Not Cambodia Or Nazi Germany, Says J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah
  • Rahul Gandhi Strikes A Chord With Youth In J&K
  • Mirwaiz Met Fai In US Last Week
  • Legislators Decry Barrister Sultan Mehmood’s Remarks
  • 3 militants, cop killed; 2 jawans hurt in encounter
  • Willow On The Wane, Kashmir Cricket Bat Faces Extinction
  • India can go ahead with Kishenganga: ICA
  • Pak Equates Kashmir With Palestine
  • NC, Cong In A Fix Over Vote On Afzal Guru Plea
  • Congress Upbeat Over Rahul’s Visit To JK
  • Intra-Kashmir Women’s Conclave From September 27
  • Kishtwar Boy Released, SSP Tells Father ‘your Child Is Brilliant’
  • ULB elections to miss latest deadline of Oct-Nov
  • Interlocutors’ Recos Have No Bearings On Kashmir Issue: Hurriyat (M)
  • At Makai Point, Kashmiri Lyrics Blend With Western Beats
  • Afzal Guru Clemency Resolution: PDP-NC Pitted Against Cong-BJP
  • Delhi HC Blast: Second Accused Remanded In NIA Custody
  • India Must Exercise Restraint In Held Kashmir: Khar
  • Kishtwar student turns out to be main conspirator in blast
  • Omar Rubbishes Chopper Claims
  • JK More Developed: Chaudhry
  • Our Solutions Will Be Within The Framework Of Constitution: J&K Interlocutors
  • Guru Execution Will Derail Peace Process: Barrister
  • Cabinet accepts CS-headed panel report on transfer of powers to PRIs
  • Littered Shells Kill 15 People In Kashmir This Year
  • SI killed, civilian hurt in hostile firing from Pak at IB
  • Interlocutors Complete Year-long Process Of Interaction
  • Make LoC Irrelevant, Says Former PoK Premier
  • Denials And Tweets Over Mehbooba Mufti's Support To Narendra Modi
  • Geelani Rebukes Mehmood, Says UN Resolutions Only Solution
  • Sultan meets Omar, Radha Kumar at wedding
  • Karan Singh On Accession Of Kashmir To India
  • Army Rules Out Pak Attack On Pallanwala
  • Visit to Kashmir a major CBM: Sultan
  • China Intruded Into Ladakh, Confirms Official Report
  • The Unnoticed Regrouping Of Militants On LoC
  • My Aim Is To Make J&K An “island Of Peace”: Mufti
  • Over 80 Questioned By NIA, Police
  • Former PoK ‘PM’ arrives in Kashmir today
  • NC In Dilemma, PDP Lone Backer
  • 'Separatists Absence In Kashmir Talks Would Not Affect Suggestions'
  • JK’s Economic Potential Impaired By Conflict, Corruption: Report
  • Cross-border Terror Camps Reactivated: PM
  • Kashmir Terror Groups Target Indian Heartland Again?
  • Teen-age terror: another taken on 7 days remand
  • NIA Claims Breakthrough In Delhi Bombing Case
  • ISI-backed Kashmir Think Tank Resumes Anti-India Activities
  • UK Debate On Kashmir A Damp Squib
  • Keep Off PoK, India Warns China
  • KPs Observe Balidan Divas, Paid Tributes To Martyrs
  • Two Kishtwar students arrested for terror email, taken on remand
  • U.K.'s Kashmir Lobby Forces Debate In House Of Commons
  • Chinese Troops Enter Ladakh
  • J&K Assembly Speaker Admits Resolution On Amnesty For Afzal Guru
  • Geelani Rejects Omar's Call For Reconciliation Panel
  • 'Dont Detain Kashmiris Without Informing Us'
  • Kishtwar Observes Shutdown Against “random” Arrests
  • Delhi Blast: Detentions In Kishtwar, Alwar, Mumbai
  • Mainstream Leaders Welcome Atieq's Kashmir Visit
  • Father's Death 'cemented Geelani's Anti-India Stand': Wikileaks
  • Farooq calls for IT probe against Geelani, separatists
  • NIA team returns with computer
  • 4000 Participate In 1st Kashmir Marathon
  • Interlocutors Exploring JK Solution: Manmohan
  • Omar Asks Delhi To Walk Extra Mile To Engage Pak
  • Pak Rejects India’s Concerns Over China Activities
  • World Least Bothered About Kashmir Struggle: Malik
  • Foreign-funded Militant Outfits Intact In J&K: BJP
  • Terror mail continues to fox security agencies; police, NIA groping in dark
  • JK Govt Working On NIA Leads: CM
  • Terror mail traced to Kishtwar; 5 detained
  • Pak Wanted To End J&K Violence, Militants Didn’t
  • Hurriyat Attacks US Journalism For Diplomats’ Kashmir Remarks
  • Baramulla Temple Thrown Open After Two Decades
  • Kashmir Shuts For Second Day Consecutive On Geelani’s Call
  • WikiLeaks Bombs Rattle Kashmiri Politics
  • J&K Govt Set To Confront Centre Over Afzal Guru
  • Geelani-Omar Face-off Continues, Kashmir Shutdown For Today
  • Pak’s Desperation In J&K, Valley Politics And AFSPA
  • No Cover-up In Mass Grave Issue: Omar
  • ED Team Sent To JK To Fast-track Probe In Hawala Related Cases
  • Defence Secy visits LoC; meets CM, Governor
  • Stones Tell A Different Tale In Kashmir
  • India Tells China To Stop Infrastructure Work In PoK
  • UK Leader Calls For Recasting Kashmir Case
  • Pak, China mull PoK-Kashgar rail link
  • Omar: NC Will Discuss Resolution On Afzal Guru
  • Do Not Give Passport To Geelani, Mirwaiz Said
  • Kashmir Is A Money Game: David Mulford
  • Final Recommendations Not Ready: Kashmir Interlocutors
  • 'Save Afzal Guru' Is A Mission Possible, Says Kashmir MLA
  • Pakistan May Be Playing For Bigger Stake In Kashmir
  • BJP Alleges Rs 1000 Crore Defence Land Scam In J&K
  • Work On India's Longest Road Tunnel Starts In Udhampur
  • Pre-’53 Status Way Forward For Jammu And Kashmir: Panel
  • Manmohan Singh, Musharraf Came Close To Striking Kashmir Deal: WikiLeaks
  • US Think-tanks Urge Kashmir Dispute Settlement To End Violence
  • PC puts ball in J&K Govt’s court on AFSPA withdrawal
  • Kashmiri Writers Disappointed At Litfest Cancellation
  • Kashmir’s Literary Harvest
  • Pakistani Troops Violate Ceasefire Twice, 3 Soldiers Killed
  • AUGUST

  • India, Pak Troops Exchange Sweets, Greetings On Eid
  • Anna Gets A Call From Srinagar: Help Find Truth Behind Unmarked Graves
  • Clashes On Eid In Kashmir, 6 Injured
  • Omar's poser on TN like resolution in J&K Assembly draws flak
  • AJK PM Phones Mirwaiz: Both Agree To Adopt Joint Strategy On Kashmir Movement
  • Hundreds Of Two-wheelers Seized By Police
  • Irked By Their Wards' Arrest, Families Protest Against Kashmir Police
  • MHA, NIA To Check Militant Funding In Valley
  • Iftaar Snub Pak's 'please India' Move: Mirwaiz
  • Interlocutors Welcome JK Govt’s CBMs
  • 2 Jaish Militants Killed In South Kashmir
  • Kashmir Literary Festival Off Over Fears Of Violence
  • Separatists Mum After Putting Youth Into Trouble: Omar
  • Rs 6-7 cr supplied to militants, others through cross-LoC route
  • Stone Pelters On Bikes Attack Kashmir Police Station
  • Omar Id Amnesty For Stone Throwers
  • 10 civilians from PoK try to enter from LoC in Nowshera
  • J&K Removes VAT On Local Goods Traded Across LoC
  • Geelani For System In J&K Based On Quran
  • Beyond Politics: Moulana Showkat's Assassination
  • New Azad Kashmir President Sworn In
  • Army Deploys UAVs Along LoC
  • ‘Banned Militant Groups Recruiting In Pak’s Punjab To Fight In Kashmir’
  • Huge Congregations Mark Jumat-ul-Vida, Anti-Zionist Demos On Quds
  • India, China Trying To Find Solution On Stapled Visa Issue
  • Yasin Malik Was The Next Target Of Assassins: LeT
  • Our Former Members Killed Moulana : LeT
  • Two Dead, 15 Hurt In Indian Kashmir Grenade Blasts
  • Govt Frees 12 Political Detainees
  • 2,500 Ultras Waiting To Enter J&K: Govt
  • Gurez Operation Enters Day 5
  • Jamaat-ul-Dawa’s Kashmir Charity Open Secret
  • Report On J&K Unmarked Graves Not Final, Says Rights Panel
  • Kishanganga Power Project Comes At A Huge Cost
  • CM Chairs Unified Hqrs Meet, Reviews Security Scenario
  • 3 more militants killed, Gurez toll rises to 13
  • Farooq Dares Geelani: ‘Protests Will Burn Kashmir’
  • A Truth Panel Can Find Answers To Unmarked Graves: Omar Abdullah
  • 19 Ceasefire Violations By Pakistan In 2011
  • Pak Forward Posts Directly Involved In Intrusion Bids
  • Nizami Guardian Of Two Nation Theory
  • Away From Homeland, KPs Struggle To Retain Traditional Ethos
  • Army Downplays US Warning About LeT Attacks On India
  • 'Jihad' In J&K Bearing Fruit, Claims Hafiz Saeed
  • Jammu Shows Solidarity With Hazare
  • Indian Inquiry Confirms Unmarked Graves In Kashmir
  • 12 militants, Army Lt killed in Gurez
  • Interlocutors Want Militants In Jammu And Kashmir Freed
  • 2 Lensmen Detained Amid Clashes
  • LeT active in Kashmir, targeting India: US
  • Longest-surviving Militant Commander Of J&K Puts Down Arms
  • McCain's Remark: ‘Cosmetic’ Peace In 'police State', Says Mirwaiz
  • Mirwaiz's Ramadhan Radio Show Goes Off Air
  • Discrediting Kashmir Movement Or Defaming Inter-Services Intelligence?
  • McCain Valley Visit Evokes Mixed Views
  • Wullar Thorn Out Of Indo-Pak Talks
  • Militants Pushed Back From LoC In Rajouri
  • Govt Shrinking Space Of Mainstream Politicians: Mufti
  • Kashmir Indifferent To Anna Hazare's Movement
  • Industrial Uplift Plan Being Inked In Azad Jammu & Kashmir
  • Take Political Initiative In J&K, Tarigami Urges Manmohan
  • Pakistan Moves International Court To Stall Kashmir Power Project
  • Why Azad Kashmir Lags
  • Kulgam Woman Now Says Was Not Raped
  • On The India-Pakistan Border, A Cold Peace
  • Omar’s Dig At Delhi: Don’t Ditch K-Panel Points As In Past
  • Sweets, Firing Go Together On Borders
  • Fear Grips Sikhs After They Get Threats To Leave Kashmir Valley
  • JK Babus Oppose Declaration Of Assets
  • Malik Returns After ‘fruitful’ Pak Visit
  • Farooq Abdullah Wishes To Be Pak, India Bridge
  • People's Court Gaining Popularity Among Kashmir Valley Residents
  • JKLF Re-Unites, Malik-Aman Sign Pact
  • US Grand Jury To Decide If Kashmiri Separatist Fai Will Face Trial
  • The Other Kashmiri Who Toed Pakistan ISI's Line
  • Protester Dies As Police Open Fire In Hunza
  • People Beeline To Claim Slain Youth
  • PC Hedges On Afzal
  • 'Pakistani Spies' In The Houses Of Parliament
  • Mirwaiz For Islamic Banking System In Valley
  • Strict action against culprits: Home Secy
  • Kashmir Dispute: Need For A New Approach
  • Divided K Panel Faces RTI Query
  • If You're Going To Hang Afzal Guru, Prepare To Face Consquences: Separatists To Govt
  • Delhi Court Acquits 2 Pakistanis
  • 'PDP Is Trying To Score Political Points Over Human Tragedies'
  • Magisterial Probe Ordered Into Poonch Fake Encounter
  • Padgaonkar, Kumar Meet PC
  • KEA Bandh Call Evokes Total Response
  • Benazir Bhutto Admitted To Poor Handling Of Kashmir Issue: Mani Shankar Aiyar
  • Radha Kumar To Stay J&K Interlocutor
  • Two more arrested in fake encounter, 4 SPOs detained
  • Hawala Finger At Kashmir Hawk
  • From Kashmiri Insurgents To Global Jihadis
  • In Kashmir Valley, A Ray Of Light From India's Economic Surge
  • SPO, TA jawan arrested for fake encounter in Poonch
  • Narco Terrorism Networks Surface In Jammu, Delhi
  • Add Ladakh Into J&K’s Name: Panchs Of Wakha, Mulbekh Urge
  • Time For Interlocutors To Pack Up From J&K?
  • Team Gives Two-pronged Solution For Kashmir
  • Two cops arrested for custodial killing
  • Army Man Killed In LoC Gunfight
  • Dry Spell Threatens Kharif Crops In Valley
  • Special US Resolution Vindicates Stand Of KPS: Panun Kashmir
  • Cross LoC Bus Losing Sheen
  • Protests, Clashes In Sopore, Old City
  • Pallone Introduces Resolution On Kashmiri Pandits In US House
  • Fai Reaffirms Commitment To Kashmir Cause
  • NIA Nails Hurriyat's Links With The ISI
  • Under Pressure From Forces, Militants Target J&K Civilians
  • Lashkar chief, associate killed; LeT wiped out in Doda belt
  • Encounters Rage In Kashmir From North To South
  • Sinthan-Kishtwar Road: Forgotten Link To Paradise
  • Geelani Tells Pak To Fix Baloch Problem Before Kashmir
  • PDP’s Job Is To Disrupt Peace In Valley: Farooq
  • Valley Shuts Down To Protest Custody Killing
  • 18-member AJK Cabinet Administered Oath
  • Now, Fai's U.K. Links In Focus
  • PDP MLAs attacked by angry mob in Sopore
  • Why Kashmir Is So Quiet - For Now
  • Not Stones, It Will Rain ‘words’ In Kashmir Next Month
  • Trouble For People Trading Across LoC
  • Smart Cards For JK Residents Soon: Omar
  • J&K Custodial Death: 3 Cops Suspended

  • JULY

  • 3 Soldiers Killed In Kupwara
  • 4 Hindu Militants Killed In 22 Yrs Of Turmoil: Police
  • PDP Chief Under House Arrest After Protest Over Death
  • Custodial Death Of Youth Sparks Protest In Kashmir
  • Two Army jawans killed on LoC
  • MHA Clean Chit To J&K Interlocutor On Attending Ghulam Nabi Fai's Summit
  • Don’t Oppose Pak-Hurriyat Talks: Mufti
  • Geelani Shocker For Hina - Separatist Extends Self-determination Call To Cover PoK
  • 3 IEDs detected in Jammu bound bus
  • PPP’s Sardar Yaqoob Elected AJK President
  • A Dirty Saga Unfolds By The Indus In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Has No Desire To Become Another Kabul
  • Kashmir Rape Case: SIT Detains Man For Instigating Woman
  • Honourable Solution To Kashmir Issue Is In Sight: PDP
  • Omar Objects To Pakistan Talking To Separatists Only
  • Singh Assured Me Of Resolving All Issues: Khar
  • Hindu Face Of Jihad In Kashmir Killed
  • Fierce Battle Between Indian Army-Pakistan Militants In Kashmir
  • Fai Brigade Says Kashmir Will Burn If He Is Sidelined
  • India, Pak unveil CBMs on cross-LoC trade, travel
  • Tololing And Tiger Hills Lit Up At Kargil Anniversary
  • U.S. Citizen In Pakistani Lobbying Case Out On Bond
  • Pakistan Refused Air-route To International Flights To Kashmir: Omar
  • Pak Foreign Minister Starts India Visit By Meeting Kashmiri Separatists
  • Hafiz Saeed Vows To Enter India
  • Centre Unveils Rs 10,000 Cr Road Projects For J-K
  • Silence Over Sopore Killing Hypocrisy: Omar
  • Germany Lifts Bar On Tourists To Kashmir
  • Restrictions In Manzigam Village
  • 9 km long tunnel from Chenani to Nashri to be constructed
  • Delhi Not To Activate Chushul Airstrip In Ladakh
  • PPP Continues ‘reconciliatory Policy’ In AJK
  • J&K: Two Pak Ultras Belonging To LeT Liquidated
  • India, Pak Looking To Ease LoC Trade, Travel Barriers
  • Husband, mother-in-law describe woman as mentally sick
  • Total Shutdown In Valley, Brinda Demands Independent Probe
  • SIT Conducts Spot Test; Sample Sent To Forensic Lab
  • Kulgam Seethes For 2nd Day After Rape Charges
  • Pak Took Fai Route To Discredit UK MP
  • Repeated Dictatorship Damaged Kashmir Cause: Sultan
  • Indus Water Treaty Requires A Re-look
  • Money Needed To Run Movement: Mirwaiz
  • ISI's Kashmiri Militancy Links Were Known To Indian Agencies For Long
  • Delhi To Probe Fai Strands In Kashmir
  • MQM Clean Sweeps In AJK Polls On Both Seats In Karachi
  • PaK PM Calls Separatist Leaders
  • Padgaonkar, J&K Interlocutor, Is Among Fai’s Many Guest Speakers
  • Scribes, Mirwaiz, leaders may be quizzed for Fai links
  • Indo-Pak Talks, A Futile Exercise: Salahudin
  • Kashmir Soon To Feature In Films Again: J&K Governor
  • Fai's Kashmir Center A Pakistani-ISI Front: US
  • Omar Hails Indo-Pak Dialogue
  • 1500 Sarpanchs, Panchs Remain Unelected
  • Clashes In Kashmir: Employees Demand Better Service Conditions
  • JKNPP Bats For Reorganisation Of J-K
  • India, Pakistan Firm Up New Cross-Kashmir CBMs
  • Indo-Pak officials meet today on cross-LoC CBMs
  • J&K Gujjars To Interlocutors: Include Our Demands In Report
  • Former Militants Form Association
  • Heavy Amarnath Rush Threatens Pilgrims
  • PaK Diaspora Busy With Power Politics: Malik
  • 'Terrorism Not A Problem In J&K, Unemployment Is'
  • Pakistan LeT Suffers Major Blow; Top Commanders Killed
  • Cross-Kashmir CBMs Ahead Of India, Pakistan Talks
  • Govt Yet To Bring Daksum, Sinthan Top On Tourist Map
  • Urban Local Body Elections In September: Omar Abdullah
  • 5 top LeT militants, jawan killed in fierce gunbattle
  • Ulema Ignoring Burning Issue Of Immorality, Busy With Confrs: Geelani
  • Army Not A Solution For Kashmir And Northeast: Rahul
  • Look Beyond LoC
  • Mumbai Blasts: Omar Abdullah Slams BJP For Blaming Pakistan
  • Geelani, Mirwaiz Condemn Blasts
  • Pakistan Kashmiris Demand Role In India Peace Talks
  • Consensus on dialogue; violence, militancy have failed: Interlocutors
  • Panun Kashmir Flays Omar’s Tributes To July 13 Victims, Praises Dogra Rule
  • Strike, Security Restrictions Close Indian Kashmir
  • IMTD For Muzaffarabad-Hazratbal Bus Service
  • Indo-Pak Dialogue A Farce: Mirwaiz
  • Consensus Achieved: Interlocutors At End Of 2-day Conference
  • Martyrs Day: Curbs In Old City Today
  • MP Govt Makes Police Clean Chit Compulsory For Kashmiri Students
  • Doctors, Lawyers Float A New Political Party In Kashmir
  • Holy Cow, New Indo-Pak Niggle
  • Consensus On Large Number Of J&K Issues: Interlocutors
  • Kashmir's Historic Town Soon To Be History!
  • PDP Won’t Allow Sabotage Of Peace Process: Mufti
  • India To Propose 4-days Cross-LoC Trade
  • 12 Yrs After Kargil War, Battlefield Converts Into Polo Ground
  • Court Issues Fresh Summons To Geelani, Son-in-law
  • Top Jaish commander, associate killed in Pulwama
  • JK Bank Approves 260% Dividend
  • Three Docs Arrested For Distributing ‘objectionable’ Pamphlets
  • In Valley, It's OK To Slam Govt But Not Separatists
  • Geelani’s Autobiography’s Finds Takers In GOC Hasnain, Political Opponents
  • Mufti For Opening Traditional Routes
  • India, Pakistan To Announce CBMs On Kashmir, Nuclear Issues
  • Straddling Kashmir's Infamous Line Of Control
  • Kashmir Political Issue, Elections No Solution: Omar
  • JK Gets News Power Policy
  • CCEA Clears Rs 1,000 Crore Special Industry Package For Jammu And Kashmir
  • J-K: Militants Attack Police Station, 9 Cops Injured
  • Practical issues in implementing J&K's Rehab Policy: PC
  • Interlocutors To Study Impact Of Conflict On Kashmir’s Pluralism
  • India Must Play More Positive Role In Resolving K Issue: Gilani
  • Pakistani Military Still Cultivates Militant Groups, A Former Fighter Says
  • Amarnath Yatra: Over 100,000 Perform Pilgrimage In Seven Days
  • 'J&K Spends Rs 25k Cr On Import Of Electricity Into The State'
  • Sikhs An Integral Part Of Kashmiriyat: Omar
  • 4000 KP Families Want To Return Hom
  • Rehab Policy Rekindles 70-yr-Khatija’s Hope For Reunion With Her Son
  • Omar Inaugurates First KPL T20
  • Govt To Support Kashmir Cause All Int’l Forums: PM
  • Yatra suspended from both tracks
  • Former Army Brigadier Joins NC In Jammu
  • ‘Madhya Pradesh Discriminating Against Kashmiri Students'
  • Rehab Policy Raises Majid’s Hopes Of Reunion With Brother
  • Raiwind Politics To Harm Kashmir Cause: Shujaat
  • JK Mired In Debt Trap
  • Omar to invite PM to mega Panchayat Sabha in Valley
  • JK Lost Its 'important Position' In 1947: Mufti
  • No Pressure From China To Stop Work At Border: Omar
  • OIC Has No Locus Standi In Jammu And Kashmir, Says India
  • Internal Contours Of K-Solution Becoming Clearer: Mehbooba
  • Interlocutors Morph ‘Roadmap’ To ‘Report,’ Say Kashmir Too Complex For Haste
  • JUNE

  • Kashmir Resolution Crucial To S Asia Stability: Pak General
  • Yatris Flock To A Much Calmer Kashmir
  • IED defused along banks of Dal
  • 1953: A Kashmir Story
  • ‘Omar Is CM For 6 Yrs’
  • Leave Kashmir Alone And Focus On Internal Problems: Manmohan Tells Pakistan
  • Malik Welcomes Amarnath Yatris, Becomes First Separatist To Visit Camps
  • Chinese Mining Companies Make Inroads Into Gilgit's Mineral-rich Region
  • Farooq hits out at OIC, asks it to take care of Arab world
  • JK To Get 1300 MW From CVPPPL: Khan
  • Amarnath yatra begins with first batch reaching Baltal, Pahalgam
  • Nawaz’s Faults Worked For Zardari In AJK Polls
  • 2 militants killed, 2 jawans injured; employee shot dead
  • Cong, NC Bury The Hatchet
  • JKLF Protests ‘Sham’ Polls In PoK
  • PPP Set To Secure Majority In PaK Polls
  • Headley Gives Insight Into Terror Courses Aimed At Kashmir
  • Cannabis And Poppy Are Kashmir's New Cash Crops
  • PPP, PML-N Accuse Each Other Of Massive Rigging
  • Kashmir Problem Is Nehru's Special Gift To India: Advani
  • From Stones To Grenades
  • Glaciers Turn Black , Rivers Choked With Pollutants – This Is Kashmir
  • Non-existence Of Panchayats Caused Rs 1200 Cr Loss
  • Heavy Military Presence For Pakistani Kashmir Polls
  • Sopore Blast Breaks Kashmir Peace Lull
  • Kashmir Reverberates With Summer Tourists
  • Kashmir Traders: Line Of Control Commerce Key To Prosperity, Peace
  • Kashmir cannot be resolved under shadow of gun: India to Pak
  • Don't Enforce Pre-1953 Arrangement In Jammu And Kashmir: Advani
  • 108 'misguided' Kashmiris To Return Home Next Month
  • An Election In PoK Highlights Issues Familiar To J&K
  • Gilani Terms Kashmir Pakistan’s ‘jugular Vein’
  • Germany May Modify Travel Advisory To Kashmir Tourists
  • I Never Questioned Accession: Omar
  • Kashmir Hydel Dams Will Intensify Indo-Pak Conflict: US
  • NHPC To Invest Rs 2,400 Cr On Three JV Projects In J&K
  • Torrent In One K, Trickle In Other - Huge Difference In Budgets Of Kashmirs
  • JKLF Flays KPSS Statement On Bitta Karatey
  • Chidambaram Steps Out To Interact With Kashmiris, Tourists
  • PC’s detail review of security with CM, top brass
  • Normalcy Returning To Kashmir Valley: Ganjoo
  • Omar Plays It Safe, Defers Cabinet Reshuffle Again
  • Hardline Hurriyat’s Website Silent On ‘jehad’ Word
  • PC reviews security scenario, yatra arrangements with Guv
  • Dialogue, Not War The Solution To Indo-Pak Problems: Gilani
  • The Dynamics Of AJK’s Upcoming Assembly Elections
  • State Data Refutes Claim Of 1 Lakh Killed In Kashmir
  • At Least 399 Kashmiri Pandits Killed In JK Since 1990: Survey
  • J&K Militancy Down By Half, Crime Rising
  • Change Mindset Of Investors Regarding J&K: Omar To CII
  • Valley's Panchayat Polls Usher In Change
  • APML Accuses Nawaz Of Selling Out Kashmir
  • International Team To Inspect Kishanganga Project Today
  • Cross-LoC ‘barter’ Trade Remains Suspended
  • Centre Mulls Investment Plans For Key Tourist Circuits: Subodh Kant Sahay
  • Election Monitoring: AJK-PPP Invites International Observers
  • J&K Govt To Reward Female Foeticide Whistleblowers
  • Rights Commission Indicted Army: Kashmir MLA
  • Govt to rush through with DDB meetings after plan approval
  • Kashmir Conflict Spares Wildlife
  • This June, Kashmir Police Connect With Youth
  • J&K gets Rs 6600 cr plan, Rs 1200 cr under PMRP
  • Accession Row: I Only Said What Omar’s Grandfather Did: Fotedar
  • ‘Kashmir Should Be Dialogue’s Core Issue’
  • The Other Kashmir
  • 27 Militants Active In Rajouri, Poonch: Parnaik
  • Row Over 1975 Accord, Accession
  • NHPC, JKPDC Joint Venture Takes Shape
  • Myths Versus Realities
  • Accession Final:M L Fotedar
  • After Geelani, I-T Dept Targets Yasin Malik, Shabir Shah
  • J&K Averts Yatra Face-off
  • Our Two Kashmirs
  • Congress Leader Arrested On Attempt To Murder Charge
  • Panchayat System In Place After 33 Years: Omar
  • No Contradiction With CM: GOC
  • Seek Iran-like Revolution In J&K: Hurriyat Leader Abbas Ansari
  • Normal Life Affected Due To Strike Call By Geelani
  • 78.2 pc cast votes in penultimate phase
  • Balwaristan - Fourth Party Of Kashmir Dispute!
  • J-K: BBC Journalist Booked Under IT Act
  • Sopore Man’s Killing: Shot Dead Over Money Dispute, Three Arrested, Say Police
  • Will Remain CM For 6-years: Omar
  • J&K CM Omar Abdullah's Security Breached
  • Return Of Kashmiri Pandits Possible If They Feel Assured:Omar
  • Return Home, Help Solve Kashmir: Azadi Camp
  • Panchayat Raj: Government Faces Litmus Test
  • Baglihar infrastructure too suffers damages; one killed, 26 rescued
  • CM nod to Bathinda-Srinagar gas pipeline project
  • Amarnath Yatra: Trouble Brewing In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Kashmir Militancy’s Changing Graph
  • Sopore: Most Dangerous Place In J&K
  • ISI providing weapons to Kashmir terrorists: Rana to FBI
  • High-level Delegation To Visit Kishanganga Project
  • Ram Jethmalani Visit Triggers Storm In Kashmir
  • Jawan Gets Army Stick For Tourist Assault
  • 119 Militants Active In Kashmir, Lowest In 20 Years
  • 99 Pc Win Uncontested In Leh
  • Sopore Man Shot Dead At Lal Chowk
  • Omar Govt A Nazi Outfit, Says Jethmalani
  • Jethmalani Claims ‘Pak Blessings’ For Kashmir Roadmap
  • ‘Best Tourism Season This Time Around In Kashmir’
  • Geelani For Shutdown On June 11, Faces Warrant In 1985 Case
  • Govt Declares War On NHPC
  • Army Action In Leh Illegal: Omar
  • Ilyas Kashmiri Wanted To Provoke India-Pakistan War
  • Geelani JR Talks Of ‘realities’, Pitches For Peace In Valley
  • ‘NDA Incapacitated Our Earlier Initiative’
  • India Seeks More Time To Resolve Siachen
  • Kashmir Panel Discusses Valley's Situation With Separatists
  • Geelani Wants Tourists Treated As Honoured Guests
  • Hurriyat Heir Apparent Sour About Pakistan
  • 20 Lakh Trees To Be Cut To Restore Wullar Lake
  • Geelani, Mirwaiz Meet Jethmalani Panel
  • Mendhar's Rebuff To LeT; 73.1 Pc Vote
  • Stones, Bullet Can’t Chase Away India: Sajjad
  • Geelani, Mirwaiz To Meet KC Team; Malik Opts Out
  • Moderate Hurriyat Revokes Ansari's Suspension
  • PoK President 'desperate' To Visit Jammu, Srinagar
  • Omar To Take Cross LoC Trade Matters With Centre
  • MAY

  • BJP Expels Former Union Minister From Party
  • China In The Forefront In Building Power Projects In PoK
  • Pak home to militant groups targeting Kashmir: US
  • Kashmir Conflict Will Last For 100 Years: Author Stephen P Cohen
  • Kashmiri Women Regain Lost Social Space
  • Kashmiri Youth Desperate To Return From PoK
  • India, Pak Discuss Siachen’s Demilitarisation
  • Deadline For Kashmir Rail Network Extended To '17
  • At 359 Metres, Rail Bridge Over Chenab Will Be World’s Highest
  • Kashmir Discourse Dominates Election Campaign In PoK
  • J&K Gets Self-rule Via Panchayat Polls
  • Heavy turnout in villages near LoC as 74 pc cast votes
  • Protest Against VAT By Cross LoC Traders In J&K
  • India, Pak Were Ready To Solve Kashmir Issue In 1999: Sharif
  • We Are Not Against Dialogue: Hizb Chief
  • PDP Calls For Joint Council For All Parts Of J&K
  • J&K To Start Gem Stone, Base Metal Prospecting This Year
  • JK Forms Sub-committee On Power Projects
  • India's Longest Tunnel Will Be Ready By 2012
  • We Are Here To Study Kashmir: British HC
  • Cabinet Sub-Committee to work out modalities for taking Salal project back
  • Tragic Faridabad Crash Echoes In A Kashmir Village
  • 2 JeM Militants Killed In Shopian Firefight
  • ‘Pak Unsafe Without K Resolution’, United Jehad Council
  • 'Pact Between JK Govt, RBI Win-Win Situation'
  • Natural Solution To The Kashmir Problem Is Trifurcation-Prof. Bhat
  • Huge Turnout In Militancy Hubs, 20 Injured As Supporters Clash
  • Headley Wanted Assignment In Kashmir: Document
  • Cabinet Likely To Discuss Salal On Thursday
  • LeT Militant Killed
  • Dump Political Deadwood: Mehbooba To People
  • Bar On Sgr-Leh Flights Continues, Government Mum
  • “Resolve Kashmir Issue For Peace And Progress In South Asia”
  • Best Time To Resolve Kashmir Issue: Mehbooba
  • Parties Claim Success In Non-party Polls
  • Sonia: Heavy Turn-Out Fitting Reply To Separatists
  • Mumbai Sea Link Clone In J&K
  • Valley Sikhs Back Return Of Kashmiri Pandits
  • Mirwaiz For Tripartite RTC On Kashmir Issue
  • Security Agencies Say Nearly 40 Terrorists Have Entered Valley
  • Slain Congress Leader's Widow Votes In Kashmir Polls
  • Heavy turnout in militancy infested blocks; 77.1% vote
  • Won’t Accept Valley-specific Solution: Soz
  • Bid To Build Martyrs’ Memorial Foiled In J&K
  • Violence level down, situation improving in J&K: Antony
  • How India Kept Kashmir Out Of U.S. Af-Pak Envoy's Brief
  • Rough Road Ahead For Separatist Member Of Gilgit-Baltistan Assembly
  • Kashmir Killing Field
  • CCEA Approves Job-linked Skill Programme For One Lakh J&K Youth
  • Pak Violates Ceasefire For 4th Time In A Week
  • Disputed Territories: Call For True Autonomy, Equal Rights For G-B, AJK
  • J&K Readies For Block-level Polls
  • Shot At, But Maqbool Will Run For Polls
  • Interlocutors working with Govt to ensure ensure peace: Padgaonkar
  • Omar's Janata Darbar Offers A Ray Of Hope For The Needy
  • Former Militants Turn Drug Lords In Kashmir
  • Cop gunned down, Panch candidate shot at
  • Militant Support For Fight For Girls - Omar Govt On Drive To Improve Sex Ratio
  • High Voter Turnout Doesn’t Mean J&K Issue Is Resolved
  • 'Omar Bungled On 2010 J&K Violence'
  • Gilani Kicks Off PPP Election Drive In Azad Kashmir
  • Are Kashmiri Militants Ready To Return Home From Pakistan?
  • Arab League skirts Kashmir
  • Strike calls lead to problems: Governor
  • Interlocutors Arrive On Six Day Visit To J&k
  • Pak again opens firing on IB, violates ceasefire
  • Kashmir A Favourite Destination For Envoys
  • What Makes Geelani Tick?
  • Interlocutors Move In Circles, Defer Roadmap Again
  • Finally, Voices Against Geelani's Shutdown Politics
  • Chinese presence in PoK a cause of concern: Parnaik
  • Army Vetoes Omar Abdullah, Says AFSPA Needed
  • Wullar Barrage Talks: India To Provide Tech Data To Pak
  • Tourists Can Now Visit Srinagar's History Cruising Down Jhelum
  • Govt finalises summer strategy, Amarnath yatra arrangements
  • EU Delegation Meets Omar, Discusses Matters Related To J&K
  • Ovessa Iqbal, JK’s First Muslim Girl To Crack All India Civil Services Exam
  • Eighth Phase Of Panchayat Polls Underway In J&K
  • Govt extends cash compensation benefits to slain surrendered ultras' families
  • 20 Kashmiri Youth In PoK Recommended For Return To J&K
  • Udhampur car blast worked out; ISI, LeT behind it: IG
  • Claim Pakistani Kashmir Before China Takes Over, India Urged
  • India Confirms Chinese Military In PoK
  • NC Leader Held For Attack
  • India, Pakistan Resume Talks On Tulbul Project
  • 5 HM militants arrested with 3 AKs, other arms
  • Kashmir Open, Safe For Tourists: Malik
  • Home Ministry Official In Srinagar To Discuss Militant Rehab
  • Terrorist Camps Operating In Pakistan-held Kashmir: Indian Army
  • Thirty Pak-based Terrorists Infiltrate Kashmir Valley
  • No, Al-Qaeda Has No Links In The Kashmir Valley, Says Omar Abdullah
  • Wiki Points To Synergy Between Kashmir Militants, Qaida
  • Kashmir 'darbar' To Sit At Summer Capital Srinagar From Today
  • Why Pandits Aren't Returning To Roots
  • Heavy turn-out in villages along LoC, IB in Jammu
  • Hundreds Of Terrorists Waiting To Cross Over To India
  • No Rift With Rather, Sagar: Omar
  • Security Forces Launch Surgical Operation In Poonch In J-K
  • Border projects to match China in Ladakh
  • China Added New Dimension To Kashmir Issue: Mirwaiz
  • OIC To Set Up Human Rights Panel For J&K
  • Land Mafia Believe In Talibanization Of Kashmir: KPSS
  • Kashmir Ignores Syed Ali Geelani, Cold Response To Osama Bin Laden Funeral Prayers
  • Geelani, Lawyers Hold Osama Prayers
  • Geelani Seeks Jinaza Prayer For Osama
  • Jagjit Singh Enthralls Ghazal Lovers In Kashmir
  • Pak Troops Violate Ceasefire, Target Indian Posts Along LoC
  • Two POK Ministers Resign
  • Violence again in Rajouri, 20 injured in 6th phase
  • Govt Asks Participants Not To Attend EU’s Kashmir Dialogue
  • LeT May Plot To Replace Al-Qaeda As Terror Umbrella Outfit
  • Osama Dead: Hizbul Mujahideen Owns Osama Bin Laden Mansion In Abbottabad
  • Jethmalani Secures Date With Hurriyat Factions
  • Pak spy was in touch with militants of other States
  • 5 Detained In Jammu Car-bomb Explosion Case
  • Osama And Kashmir
  • Ultras target Army Commandant with car bomb
  • Osama A Martyr, Says Geelani
  • Cautious Reaction In Kashmir
  • Osama Saw India As Enemy, Wanted To Join Jihad In Kashmir
  • On The Line Of Caution
  • Two More Arrested In Moulana Showkat Case
  • No MFN Status To India Before J&K Resolved: Pak MPs
  • PM Will Invite Separatists For Talks: Ansari
  • APRIL

  • One killed, 4 injured in clashes; 16 arrested
  • Malik Released, Maisuma Resumes Business
  • Colour Grenades And Colour Water Cannons For J&K
  • Violence Mars 5th Phase Of Panchayat Polls
  • Geelani Working On Succession Plan: Omar
  • Protest Over Yaseen Malik's Arrest Turns Violent In Jammu And Kashmir
  • Lowbrow Women Tread Political Paths In Kashmir
  • Fifth Phase Of Panchayat Polls Underway In Kashmir
  • In Malik’s Bastion, Stone Pelting Resurfaces This Summer
  • Army lodges strong protest over ceasefire violations
  • Jammu Dogra Order Scrapped
  • 725 Applications For Return Of Kashmiri Militants From PoK
  • IuM Takes Mirwaiz Head On Over Suspension
  • Growing In Numbers Only
  • Geelani Not A Dangerous Person: Paswan
  • Latent Violence, Not Peace In Kashmir
  • Ski Resort Of Gulmarg Becomes One Of The Highest Wi-Fi Zones In The World
  • Kashmiri Women 'to Take Wings'
  • 450 Militants Waiting To Infiltrate Into J&K, Says Army Official
  • Heavy Firing By Pak Troops On Indian Positions In Poonch
  • 15 Corps Hosts Kashmir Security Meet
  • Imam's Killing Triggers Massive Protests
  • Kashmir Committee Says No Govt Role In Its Revival
  • 3.09 lakh people cast votes in 4th phase of Panchayat polls
  • People want change in status-quo: Interlocutors
  • Job Plan: Kashmir Inc Seeks Monitoring System
  • PMO Denies Track-II Report
  • Uphold Islamic Tradition Of Peace In Kashmir: Clerics
  • Manmohan In Secret Talks With Kayani: The Times
  • Sheikh Abdullah Favored Armed Uprising In 1953: Report
  • J&K Legislators Revolt Against BJP, 5 Withdraw Resignations
  • Salah-ud-Din Forced To Pick Up Gun: BJP
  • Gilani Wants ‘uninterrupted’ India-Pak Talks To Resolve Disputes
  • Stone-pelting Not Our Way: Geelani
  • Insiders Conniving Against Movement, Mirwaiz
  • Relaxation in CAPF jobs extended to entire J&K
  • 79 pc voting in 3rd phase of polls
  • Suspended Moulana Mohammad Abbaas Ansari Takes On The Hurriyat
  • IUM Says Mirwaiz Axed It Unheard, Illegally
  • J&K Interlocutors Queer The Pitch For Peace
  • ‘People Of Indo-Pak Want Peaceful Kashmir Solution’, Gilani
  • NIA Takes Over 'hawala' Case
  • BJP suspends 7 MLAs, issues show cause notices Jugal replaces Gupta as Legislature Party leader
  • Hurriyat Talks Axe On Member
  • Debt-Ridden JK Govt Living Beyond Means: CAG Report
  • Civil Society Actors Revive Decade-old Kashmir Panel
  • Security Forces Stakeholders In Resolution Process: Interlocutors
  • Kashmir Writes Against Boycott Politics
  • Indo-Pak Bus Reunites 15,000 Families
  • Backing India Lands PoK Leaders In Jail
  • Geelani’s Visit To KP Camp Farce, Politically Motivated: Pandit Bodies
  • Interlocutors start deliberations
  • JAH Welcomes Govt Probe: Moulana Showkat's Killing
  • Hindus Reclaim 5,000 Years Of History
  • J&K Muslim Jawan Helped Nab Pak Spy
  • 3.1 lakh cast votes in 2nd phase of Panchayat polls
  • Intra-Kashmir Bus Service Completes Six Years
  • Breakthrough in Showkat's assassination, 3 arrested
  • Autonomy For J&K In The Offing-Taj
  • It’s Boom Time In Kashmir
  • Kashmir Ignores Geelani Call, 78% Vote In Phase I Of Rural Polls
  • Jamiat Leads Joint Dharna Against Shah’s Murder
  • China’s Flip-flop On Kashmir
  • BJP Summons J&K MLAs To Nab Black Sheep
  • Jamiat Chief’s Murder: BJP Seeks PM’s Role In Probe
  • Changing The Economic Stakes In Kashmir
  • All 11 BJP MLAs submit resignation
  • ‘Panchayat Polls Not A Referendum On Kashmir’, Omar
  • Separatists Blame ‘black Sheep’ For Maulvi’s Killing
  • Anatomy Of Fear In Kashmir
  • 7 BJP MLAs cross-vote for NC, Cong in MLCs election
  • People Of Jammu & Kashmir Give Befitting Reply To Stone-pelters
  • PM’s Plan For Valley: Take To Sport, Not Streets
  • China ready to work with India on stapled visa
  • Panchayat Polls: People Optimistic, Contestants Enthusiastic
  • Stage Set For Valley Panchayat Elections
  • J&K Govt Bends Rules To Drain Half Of Valley’s Trout Streams
  • Hunt For Clue In Glued Visa
  • Valley Shut As Hurriyat Announces Strike Over Dogra Issue
  • JuD Chief Hafiz Saeed Rubbishes Indo-Pak Friendship Efforts, Vows 'jihad'
  • Dogra Issue: J-K Govt To Write To MHA; Ask For Inclusion Of All
  • Jamiat Calls All-party Meet
  • 5 Separatists Turn Down Police Security
  • Separatists Slam Moderate's Killing
  • Cross-LoC Trade Pioneering CBM: Pak
  • New Trend Begun To Kill Ulama In Mosques: Malik
  • Valley Shuts To Protest Maulana Killing
  • Abjure Arms, Return, Talk: Delhi To UJC
  • Jammu Leads In Literacy
  • Separatists, Terrorists In J&K Involved In HR Abuses: US
  • I’ll Expose Shah’s Killers: Malik
  • Blast Kills J&K Cleric Who Preached Peace
  • Govt Revisits Dogra Certificate
  • Dilution Of Article 370 Behind Jammu And Kashmir's Ills?
  • Census 2011: Lesser Girls In More Babies
  • China Rejects Reports Of Presence Of Chinese Troops In PoK
  • Valley Has 70 Lakh Population
  • UN Says No Report Of Sexual Abuse By Security Forces In J&K
  • Chinese Presence Along LoC Under Watch: MEA
  • Cabinet To Decide On Lok Pal
  • Militant Groups Warn Public Against Taking Part In Civic Polls In J&K
  • Reduction in troops linked to ground situation: CM
  • Britain To Blame For Kashmir Strife, Other Global Conflicts: PM Cameron
  • Officer Rings China Alarm
  • Centre Wants More Taxes For Rs 687 Cr Grants
  • New Indo-Pak Thaw Playing Differently To Separatists?
  • Govt Revokes Faizan’s PSA, Orders His Release
  • Zardari-Singh Kashmir Deal Not Cleared By Kayani: Cables
  • Omar Shown Black Flags In Ajmer
  • CM Predicts Peaceful Summer In Kashhmir
  • Not Enough Army Present In Valley: Lt Gen Hasnain
  • Hizb Comdr Killed In Shopian
  • Hizb Flays Killing Spree In Kashmir
  • HC’s Landmark Judgement
  • Delayed Report: Interlocutors Blame Hurriyat
  • Saif Tried To Rig Kashmir Survey In Pak's Favour
  • Mirwaiz For Expediting Dialogue Process
  • 300-350 Terrorists Active: DGP
  • Terrorists Kill National Conference Worker
  • Threaten Action If Legislation Not Revoked
  • MARCH

  • ‘U.S. Activism In Kashmir Will Be Counterproductive'
  • Kashmir Issue Discussed: Pak
  • 'Don’t Demolish LoC, Make It Porous'
  • Mohali Would Lead To Kashmir Issue Resolution: Firdous
  • Fissures In Coalition
  • JKLF For Inclusion Of Kashmiris In Indo-Pak Dialogue Process
  • India, Pak push for normalisation of ties
  • Kashmir Halts As Titans Clash At Mohali
  • In Kashmir, CRPF Battles Stress, Suicide
  • World Cup Gives Kashmir Bat Industry Shot In Arm
  • Army Arranges Giant TV Screens For Cricket Lovers
  • Invite To Pak PM Historic: Omar
  • House unites to effect 100 pc hike in perks, pension
  • American Interest And South Asian Politics
  • Kashmir Army Officers Expect World Cup To Improve Ties
  • Kashmir Not On Gilani's Visit Agenda
  • In Kashmir, Years Of Unrest Take A Toll On Mental Health
  • At Youth Meet, Call To Build A ‘better’ Kashmir
  • Kashmir's Foreign Soccer Coach Gets Death Threat
  • Passions Rise In Kashmir Ahead Of Mohali Clash
  • Census Of Endangered Hangul Shows Encouraging Trend
  • Indian Army Launches Human Rights Campaign In Kashmir
  • Mahbooba Hails Manmohan’s Invite To Pak
  • J&K Unrest: Netizens In Police Net
  • Property Tax being imposed
  • Valley Journalists Reflect Upon Kashmir Situation
  • 'Mufti Behind Kashmir Slaughter, Self-Rule Fraud'
  • 'We've Every Right To Use Kashmir Door To Teach India A Lesson'
  • China Provokes Over Kashmir
  • Hectic Lobbying Begins For 6 LC Seats
  • Rather says J&K would be self-dependent soon
  • Delay Fine For J&K Officials
  • Kashmiri Pandits Inalienable Part Of Kashmiri Society: JKLF
  • Omar launches counter attack at PDP on corruption charges
  • J-K Govt To Seriously Consider Amnesty's Suggestions: Omar
  • Beig Says India, Pak Betrayed Kashmir
  • AI Team Meets Families Of 2010 Unrest Victims
  • Omar Responds To AI Report
  • Jihad Only Solution To Kashmir Issue: Nizami
  • 17 separatists under security cover
  • Govt Wants National Highway Status For Mughal Road
  • Change Of Tack Or Diplomatic Posturing?
  • Army chief reviews security situation on LoC in Kashmir
  • Plebiscite Rap By Amnesty
  • India, Pak To Invite Separatists For Talks
  • Ex-militants Turning Up As Hired Guns In Valley
  • Autonomy Recommendations Fuel Political Debate In Kashmir
  • 'J&K Interlocutors Working As State-sponsored Arm'
  • Sparks Fly When Kashmir's Two Patriarchs Met In Delhi
  • The Valley Gets A Healing Touch
  • J&K: Militant, Cop Killed In Shopian Encounter
  • Six Hizbul Militants Arrested In Baramulla
  • Clash on Srinagar: Baig, Sagar trade charges
  • J-K Police Trained For Mob Violence: DGP Khoda
  • Omar Denies Taking Bribe For Trust Vote In 2008
  • Roemer Snubs Separatists, Says Chief Minister Is Elected Leader
  • Target India: 700 Militants Waiting At Pak Launchpads
  • Hurriyat (M) Refutes WikiLeaks Exposé
  • Wazir-e-Azam For Kashmir: Ruckus In LA
  • 12 Bunkers Removed In Srinagar
  • Malik Opposed, Hurriyat (M) Leader Supported Afzal Hanging: WikiLeaks
  • NC blames Mufti, PDP Sheikh for Kashmir problem
  • Literacy Rate In Jammu And Kashmir Rises By Over 10 %
  • Pakistan Fomenting Terrorism In Kashmir: India
  • PDP says plunder in CM's Planning Deptt, walks-out
  • J-K Govt: Rs 11,500 Crore Released For Development Projects
  • Jammu And Kashmir Interlocutors Submit Sixth Report
  • J&K: 4440 Kashmiri Pandit Families Applied For Return
  • Lieberman: If West Resolves Kashmir, They Can Help Here Too
  • Limit Number Of Trucks In Cross-LOC Trade Further: Army
  • Elections As Per JK Laws: Sagar
  • 16 phase Panchayat polls from April 13-June 18
  • Killer Of Sopore Sisters Shot, Claim Cops
  • Situation Not Fit For Talks: Mirwaiz
  • Jammu & Kashmir Rights Violations Must Be Probed, Say Interlocutors
  • PDP keeping close watch on Govt: Mufti
  • Madni Stiffens Stance; Spurns Speaker’s Plea
  • Four Militants Killed In Kashmir Encounters
  • MPs Reach Out To Kashmiri Women
  • No Lengthy Strikes This Summer: Geelani
  • J&K Youth Cong Demands Apology From Mustafa Kamal
  • Police Chief Senses Challenge In Summer
  • Killing Of Sisters In Sopore Triggered Fear In Valley: J-K Minister
  • India Inc Keeps Word, To Hire Jammu And Kashmir Youth
  • Rather Announces Rs 100 Cr Package For ‘bad Pockets’
  • Jaish Chief For J&K Shot Dead
  • 1400 Arrested In Sgr: DIG
  • JKLF Wants Gilgit-Baltistan Merged With AJK
  • 'Jammu Grabs Lion’s Share Of Kashmir-Specific Funds'
  • Geelani Calls For Valley Shutdown On March 12
  • Infiltration Attempt Foiled; Pak Ultra Killed, Another Escapes
  • No Amnesty For PaK Returnees
  • KPs Trust Muslims, Not The Govt
  • Train Operations Resume In Kashmir
  • Reduce Dependence On Centre Before Autonomy, Self-rule: Baig
  • 26 Officers Shifted As Govt Shakes Up Admin
  • Court Work In Kashmir Valley Hit As Lawyers Go On Strike
  • Railway Track Blown By Militants
  • J&K Showers Rural Poll Sops
  • BUDGET 2011-12: 10% DA For Employees
  • Geelani Rejects India Today Invite
  • J-K Rehabilitation Policy Recieves 600 Applications
  • Economy Projected To Grow At Over 7 Pc Next Fiscal Year
  • Omar Abdullah Bats For Grant Of Passports To Kin Of Militants In J&K
  • Kashmiri Refugees Eke Out Livelihood In Kolkata
  • Economic Survey Depicts Mounting Liabilities
  • Opposition Parties Unite Against Govt
  • Let Assembly Seek Truth And Reconciliation Commission: Omar
  • Hurriyat Moderates Welcome PM's Statement
  • Arbitrary Arrests Not Acceptable: PM
  • Govt To Create Conditions For KPs’ Return : Singh
  • PM: Govt Knows J&K Has Genuine Grievances
  • Deputy Speaker Quits After Protesting, Trooping Into Well
  • Geelani Returns: Detained, Placed Under House Arrest
  • Unrest Triggers Unemployment: Omar
  • Rangrajan Panel Rolls Out Job Plan For Kashmiri Youth
  • PDP’s Adjournment Motion Infructuous, Mufti Orchestrated Ruckus: Speaker
  • Panel Submitting JK Job Report Today
  • British Envoys Call On Malik
  • As Militancy Ebbs, Time To Ease Up In J&K?
  • Hawala Trail: Geelani Questioned
  • Ultras Kill Kashmir Valley Official, Separatists Mum
  • Opposition For Self-rule, PP Wants 3 CMs
  • PDP Walks Out Of Assembly
  • FEBRUARY

  • Rs 8000 Cr Package For J&K
  • All Shades Of Opinion Should Seize Opportunity Of Dialogue: J-K Govt
  • Kunzar Town Tense After Sectarian Clashes
  • No Single Group Can Speak For Entire J&K State: Interlocutors
  • Kashmir Rail To Chug Over Degraded Enviro
  • PaK Council Polls Expose Opposition Tug Of War
  • Omar Visits IB, Calls For Better Indo-Pak Ties
  • Pakistan Should Act Responsibly On Maintaining Ceasefire: Omar Abdullah
  • J&K Cops Ready For Separatists’ ‘blood Revenge’ Call
  • Ladakh Council Discards State Emblem, Flag
  • Separatist Leaders Write To J&K Interlocutors, Say 'no'
  • Kashmiri Leader Says AJK Ruled By Mafia
  • Udhampur-Qazigund Rail Link By 2017: Omar
  • 9th Case Against Kashmir's 'Islamic Poster-boy'
  • Geelani Fumes At PM’s Remarks
  • India To Raise Pakistan Role In Kashmir Unrest
  • K Panel To Move On With Or Without Geelani
  • Will Indian Army’s Charm Offensive Work In Kashmir?
  • Govt Keeps Fingers Crossed On Kashmir Summer: PM
  • Centre Being Persuaded For Fresh Approach On Kashmir
  • Talks After The Talks
  • Reports Won’t Work: Separatists
  • Interlocutors To Present Initial Kashmir-roadmap In Two Weeks
  • The Kashmiri Fighters Who Lost Their Cause
  • Pak Incapable Of Understanding Real Threat: Report
  • Mirwaiz Talks Kashmir With Pakistan's Bilawal Bhutto
  • Kashmir Shuts For Geelani: Clashes In Bandipore, 6 Youth Held
  • Geelani To Be Questioned In Hawala Case
  • Pak's Poser To India On Artificial Lake Project
  • Interlocutors Hold Talks With Omar Abdullah On 5th Visit To J&K
  • Pak Objects To Floodlighting Along Indo-Pak Border In JK
  • A Project And A Pledge, Neither Quite On Track
  • Mainstream, Freedom Camp Rally Together
  • I Have Power To Revoke AFSPA: Omar
  • Security Alert Sounded In South Kashmir
  • Tension On Border As Rangers Try To Stop Flood-lights Work
  • US Needs To Push Pakistan To Hand Over Dawood To India: Ex-White House Official
  • No Rotation Of Chief Ministership After 3 Years: Farooq Abdullah
  • JK, GoI In Unison Over AFSPA, DAA Review: Omar
  • J&K Youths Brave Threats, Weather For Army Jobs
  • Thousands Pray At Hazratbal
  • A ‘militant Attack’ That Was Actually A Murder Plot Gone Awry
  • Azad For Full Support To Omar Govt
  • 12 Hurt In Baramulla Clashes
  • Inquiry Officer Shoots Notices To Army, Police, Medicos On Handwara Killings
  • Pakistan Troops Fire On Indian Posts Along Line Of Control
  • JK To Refurbish Archaic Police Act
  • Efforts On To Prevent Repeat Of 2010 Unrest: Omar
  • JK Situation Has Improved : PM
  • Killing Of Sisters In Kashmir Blamed On Rebels Triggers Only Quiet Anger
  • State Prepared To Counter Pak Claims Over Tawi Barrage
  • China Building Road To Disaster In Gilgit-Baltistan
  • 400 Militants Operating In J-K: Lt. Gen. Choudhary
  • 37 Separatists Invited For Talks
  • Interlocutors’ Report To Focus On Political Solution
  • Army chief reviews situation in J&K
  • Fresh, massive landslides badly block Jammu-Srinagar highway
  • Cong, PDP Row On J&K Map
  • Alienation Of Kashmiries Needs To Be Addressed: Rather
  • Give Space To Peaceful Struggle: Yasin To Delhi
  • ‘Separatists Were Not On Board For Musharraf’s K Formula’
  • Gilgit Baltistan, The Emergence Of China
  • Omar Slams PDP, Says Can’t ‘gift Away’ Territory
  • Centre to withdraw 10,000 para-military personnel in J&K
  • Stone-throwers Back After Attack On Yasin Malik
  • Mehbooba wants to replicate Egypt: Omar
  • Mahbooba Grabs Egypt Wave
  • India-Pakistan Must Resolve Kashmir To Move Forward: Pak Foreign Secretary
  • Interlocutors Send Formal Talks Invite To Separatists
  • 8 Top LeT Commanders Offer To Return Home
  • Kashmir Observes Strike To Remember Maqbool
  • Yasin Malik Manhandled In Ajmer
  • 2 Of 6 Valley Men Framed By Cops Were Postgraduates, Fought Own Case
  • Shootouts In Sopore, 2 Hurt
  • Let’s Talk: Interlocutors To Separatists
  • India, Pak back on talking table on terror, Kashmir
  • Protesters Had Personal Problems, Claims SSP
  • Time For Dialogue To Resolve Kashmir Problem: Hurriyat
  • Parties In Race For Entry In Roadmap
  • After 11 Years, Panchayat Polls Come To J&K
  • K-panel To Delay Report For Hurriyat Inputs
  • Talks On Kashmir, Siachen Soon: India
  • Kashmir Issue Will Be Resolved Without 3rd Party
  • Pak Raises Kashmir Again, Says Dispute Central To Talks
  • Uneasy Ring To Valley Tourist Count
  • Army Not At Fault, GOC Retorts Omar
  • 'Pak Daily Changes Tack On Kashmir, Militants'
  • Pak Raises Kashmir Again, Says Dispute Central To Talks
  • Encouraging To See Bookshops In Kashmir Again: Author
  • Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora Seeks Separate Homeland In Valley
  • Omar Raps Army For Student’s Death
  • JuD Leaders Chant 'jihad', Would Not Mind Indo-Pak N-war
  • Jammu surpasses Kashmir region in Panchayat voters
  • Musharraf Caused Irreparable Loss To Kashmir Issue: Raja Zafarul Haq
  • Omar Hits Out At Army Killing - Youth Picked Up From Home And Shot Dead, Says Family
  • JuD Boss Hafiz Saeed Threatens India With War
  • Kashmir Conference, Agenda's Top Point – Gilgit-Baltistan
  • First Time In Kashmir: Sopore Protests Killings By ‘militants’
  • End residual militancy but win over youth: PC
  • JK To Get Rs 6500 Cr Against Rs 8100 Cr Demand
  • J-K Locals Condemn Killing Of Two Sisters By Lashkar Militants
  • Centre Asks States Not To Target Residents Of Jammu And Kashmir
  • Hold Dialogue With All Sections, Kashmir Governor Urges Chidambaram
  • PC asks Cong to prepare document on J&K issue
  • PC to review security of 5 districts at Kishtwar
  • Armed Struggle To Continue: Salahuddin
  • Separatists Finally Condemn Sopore Killings
  • Police Nab Hizbul Worker Who Distributed Rs 70K To Stone-pelters
  • Sopore Killings Evoke Sharp Condemnation
  • LeT Killed Sopore Sisters: Police
  • Kashmir situation has taken a turn for better: PM
  • Left Among 8 Parties For Troop-cut In JK
  • JANUARY

  • J&K Exits World Bank Project Over ‘disputed Territory’ Tag
  • Lashkar Militants Abduct And Kill Two Sisters In Sopore
  • PC Coming With Good News About ‘black Laws’
  • Experts Ask India, Pak To Re-engage On Kashmir
  • Kashmiri Novelist Lauds Resilience Of Women In Valley During Conflict
  • Gujjars Demand Special Census For Nomadic Tribes Of J-K
  • Don't Equate Terrorism And Islam, Say Kashmiri Students
  • Congress Has Distorted Thinking On Kashmir, Says Advani
  • Kashmir Panel Invites Omar, Geelani For Public Meet
  • Azad Backs Omar As Full-term CM
  • J&K Police Uncover 'truth' About BJP's 'abduction' Story
  • Cong yields to 73rd amendment as Govt assures implementation
  • Kashmir To Enjoy Bumper Crops, Fruit
  • US Leader’s Extended Stay In JK Led To Abdullah’s Arrest Sheikh Ahmed
  • No Consensus On Panchayat Polls
  • BJP To File Case Against J&K Govt.
  • Govt Must Take A Holistic View On J&K: Army Chief
  • Delhi A Warm Haven For Hawk Geelani
  • Lal Chowk Plan: BJP May Go To Court
  • Omar Abdullah Emerges A Winner After Saffron Struggle
  • India, China Armies celebrate R-Day
  • Malik, Lone, Shahid Arrested
  • Livid BJP Leaders Vent Ire On Omar
  • BJP Leaders Freed, Hoist Tricolour At Kathua In Jammu
  • Omar Invites Separatists For Talks
  • Cong : Move An Exercise In Opportunism
  • Omar Asks Jaitley To Join R-Day Celebrations
  • Ekta Yatra: Omar Arrests, Packs Off Sushma, Jaitley To Punjab
  • RBI’s Move To Takeover J&K Bank Sparks Row
  • Special Arrangements To Foil BJP, JKLF Plans: IGP
  • Nitish: Why Cause Further Tension In Kashmir?
  • BJP top leaders ill-treated at Airport, shifted to Madhopur
  • Revolt-hit Kashmir Under Literary Spotlight
  • Police ‘writing’ A B C Of Stone Pelting In Kashmir
  • BJP Rejects Manmohan's Call For Restraint In J&K
  • Train Carrying Karnataka BJP Workers Stopped
  • Another top woman militant, associate nabbed in Doda
  • By And Large, Kashmiris Not For Plebiscite: Padgaonkar
  • Govt Foils BJYM Sgr Show
  • PM Appeals Parties Not To Disturb Peace In J&K, BJP Rejects
  • Begin Healing Process In J&K, Says U.N. Special Rapporteur
  • 3,000 CRPF Men For J&K To 'tackle' Ekta Yatra
  • Clarify Position On Kasuri's Kashmir Deal Claims: BJP To Government
  • Not All Want Azadi: J&K Interlocutors
  • Backed By Pak Army Chief, A Kashmir Deal Was Nearly Reached: Kasuri
  • K-Panel Repeats Invite To Azadi Camp For Talks
  • Ekta Yatra is challenge to separatists, not Govt: Advani
  • Govt Likely To Foil BJP, JKLF Plans
  • Pakistan Says Dialogue Minus Kashmir Fruitless
  • Omar Meets Central Leaders; Discusses AFSPA, Ekta Yatra
  • J&K Interlocutors Ready To Meet Separatists Anywhere
  • 'J&K Stone-throwers An Illiterate, Frustrated Lot'
  • Omar Meets PC Today With Baggage Of Issues
  • Investigate All Killings Since ‘90: Tarigami
  • Summer Unrest Was Fuelled By Criminals, Guerrillas: Kashmir Police
  • BJP, Panthers Seek Delimitation, End To Art 370
  • What Have You Done For Pandits: SC Asks J&K
  • 40 Per Cent CRPF Deployed In J&K
  • Central Interlocutors Begin Visit To J&K
  • As Weather Turns, India Tries To Thaw Kashmir Chill
  • Gujjars For National Model To Rehabilitate Kashmir Tribes
  • Geelani Calls For Shutdown On R-Day
  • BJYM Yatra Draws Huge Response
  • Unified Hqrs Review Security Scenario, BJP's Ekta Yatra Plan
  • Just A Ploy To Deceive World: UJC
  • Congress Steers Clear Of Govt Announcement On Troop Cut In J&K
  • Pillai Did Not Mean Army: Gen Singh
  • Time Not Ripe For Troop Cut, AFSPA Must In J&K: GOC-in-C
  • Salahuddin Blasts ‘hartal Policy’, Says Ready For Talks
  • Army Chief Questions J&K Justice
  • Plan To Cut Security Forces In J&K
  • Pak Bid To Stall Kishenganga Project Thwarted
  • Stapled Visas Not Acceptable: Antony
  • Summer Unrest Will Not Be Allowed This Year: Omar
  • Pakistani Troops Violate Ceasefire, Indian Soldier Injured
  • Day After Gadkari Flags Off Kashmir March, JKLF Calls For Lal Chowk Chalo
  • Goods Worth Rs 4.66 Cr Along Between J&K And PoK
  • Hundreds Of Youth Turn Up For Police Jobs In Srinagar
  • Positive Change In JK Atmosphere: Ansari
  • Kashmir Committee Expresses Displeasure Over Govt’s Efforts
  • NC Attacks Mufti’s Record On Kashmir In Attack On PDP
  • Govt To Provide Full Security To Sikhs In Valley: Farooq
  • UN Rapporteur To Visit Valley
  • China Denies Entering Leh
  • 'Pak Dumped Kashmir Into India’s Lap'
  • CM’s Surrender Policy Takes Off
  • Sajjad Backs Bhat's Admission On Lone, Farooq's Killing
  • Ladakh Incident Not Alarming: Army Chief
  • Demchok Villages Empty: Dory
  • Riding Motorbikes, Chinese Army Enters Ladakh
  • K Panel Submits Interim Report, Visiting JK On Jan 17
  • Mumbai Police Issues Advisory On Kashmiri Youths And Drivers
  • PDP Resurfaces As An Irresponsible Opposition
  • Final Rolls For Panchayat Polls Published
  • Train Forces To Respect Rights, Says J&K Panel
  • 'Nothing New In Farooq Abdullah's Statement On Displaced Kashmiri Pandits'
  • Security Drill Begins: Police Smells Militant Threat, Gear Up Guard
  • 'Time To Address Unemployment', Omar
  • Farooq Seeks ‘forgiveness' For ‘ethnic Cleansing'
  • Will Truth Set Kashmir Free? Candid Bhat Believes So
  • Omar Abdullah Asks Separatists To Hold Talks With Interlocutors
  • BJP Turns Aggressive On Kashmir
  • Prohibitory Orders Clamped In Kupwara District
  • BJP Is Igniting Fire In J&K For Political Mileage, Claims Omar Abdullah
  • Fall In Militancy, Infiltration Incidents
  • No Rotation Of CM Post, Says Omar Abdullah
  • Geelani Turns Dove, Bats For Peaceful Struggle
  • Mirwaiz, Bhat Spoke Right; Should Come Forward For Talks: Farooq
  • After The Summer Unrest:Disabled Persons Doubled, Mental Illness On Rise In Valley
  • Malik To BJP: Will See Who Hoists Lal Chowk Flag
  • Significant Improvement In JK Situation: PC
  • Hurriyat Sidesteps UN Resolutions On Kashmir
  • ‘Both Mirwaiz And His Killer Buried In Eidgah Graveyard’
  • Truth Must Come Out, Says Lone
  • Abdul Ghani Bhat Stands By Anti-separatist Tirade
  • Separatist Leader Abdul Gani Bhat Admits Separatist Leaders Killed By His Own People
  • 4812 Civilians, 2219 Troopers Killed In 10 Years
  • Mirwaiz Admits 3-yr Stir Lacked Direction
  • J-K: Rehab Policy For 'militants' Raises Hope Of Union In Families
  • 'Kashmir Can't Be Put In Cold Storage Anymore'
  • Bus Driver Gets Gallantry Police Medal In J&K
  • ‘Separatists’ Held, Kashmiri Student Missing
  • BSF Lodges Protest With Pak Rangers Over Ceasefire Violation
  • Highway Opens, South Still Severely Disrupted


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