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Terror funds: NIA raids 12 premises in Kashmir

The homes of two lawyers, two drivers and a government official were among those that were searched. One of the advocates, Mohammad Shafi Reshi, who is affiliated to Hurriyat’s S A S Geelani faction, is the uncle of PDP legislator Yasir Reshi.

Cong J&K list ‘almost ready’, most sitting MLAs and ministers likely to be retained

The two prominent faces of the party in J&K, Soz and Ghulam Nabi Azad, will not contest the elections.

LoC tunnel runs 150 m into India

The tunnel, big enough to provide safe passage to infiltrating terrorists from Pakistan side, appeared incomplete.

Konan Poshpora: Probe official speaks up, says was threatened

Yasin was the first government official to visit the villages of Kunan and Poshpora to note down the testimonies of the victims.

Pakistani prisoner found hanging in Jammu jail

There are over two dozen foreign nationals, including Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Burmese, in Barrack No. 9 of the jail.

J&K sexual assault case: ex-minister turns up

On his arrival, the Congress MLA from Rajouri said at Srinagar Airport that he was “innocent”. “It is a conspiracy to defame me.”

BJP activists clash with cops during protest, scores detained

Over 700 BJP activists, marched from Indira Chowk to the Secretariat, raising anti-government slogans and seeking its dismissal.

Molestation case: J&K Assembly Speaker gives nod to arrest Shabir Ahmed Khan

In a bid to evade arrest, Khan even approached the state high court seeking permission to file an application for pre-arrest bail.

Omar raises Pathribal, LoC trade with Manmohan

Prime Minister will inaugurate 101st Annual Indian Science Congress on Monday, in which 8,000 delegates are expected to take part.

Pathribal encounter: Omar Abdullah meets PM Manmohan Singh, questions Army’s decision to close case

Five civilians were killed in the fake encounter on March 26, 2000 at Pathribal in South Kashmir with the victims being branded by Army as foreign militants.

Not going to dilute J&K’s status by adopting all central laws: Omar Abdullah

Cong Leadership, including party vice president Rahul Gandhi has been strongly batting for implementation of the 73rd amendment in Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu & Kashmir administrative units

Apart from the Deputy Chief Minister, the CSC had three ministers each from both National Conference and the Congress.

A shrine to keep memories alive

At Zoni Tengri — a small plateau high up above Wuskhah — the villagers have fenced the place and set up a raised platform as a memorial.

Rage in Valley: Army clears itself in Pathribal killings

CBI had in 2006 indicted five army personnel for staging the encounter while giving a clean chit to state police.

India won’t sit quietly if Pakistan breaks rules: Army Chief

In a warning to Pakistan, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh Monday said India will respond in equal measure if Pakistan breaks any rules as he revealed that 10 Pakistani soldiers had been killed in a recent military action.