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Hideout busted in J-K

A cache of arms and ammunition,including one RPG launcher,was recovered when a hideout was busted in the state.

Jammu,Kashmir may both get CU campuses

While most new central universities are struggling to put together infrastructure and faculty to start their academic session by next month

Pak must apologise for claiming Kashmir on communal ground: NC

National Conference party said it had never opted for state’s accession with either India or Pakistan and asked Islamabad to apologise for claiming Kashmir on communal ground.

Pak: Resolution to Kashmir crucial for peace in South Asia

Nearly three weeks after the Indo-Pak joint statement in Sharm-el-Sheikh,Pakistan on Wednesday insisted that there was no change in its foreign policy…

Three encounters,seven militants killed along LoC

Seven infiltrators have been gunned down in three ongoing encounters near the LoC in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

Army confident of taking on terror threats: Gen Kapoor

With intelligence agencies warning terrorist attacks on military installations in J-K,the Army Chief said security forces are ‘capable and confident’ of taking on such threats.

Two brothers cross over to PoK,returned by Pak

Nine-year-old Nikhil and his seven-year-old brother Natish of Sarah village in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district had gone for grazing their cattle in nearby forest.

PoK leaders seek India’s help in fight against Pak

WHILE India has been extremely sensitive about being seen to be getting involved in Pakistan’s internal affairs….

India agreed to discuss Kashmir due to Kargil: Musharraf

Terming Kargil as a ‘big success’,former Pak President Pervez Musharraf has said India agreed to discuss Kashmir only because of that war in 1999.

Another attack threatens Shopian peace

A three-year-old boy and his father were gunned down by suspected militants in south Kashmir’s Shopian district. The killing of the duo is the fifth…

Ban,Gilani may have discussed Kashmir issue: UN

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani may have discussed the Kashmir issue during their recent meeting on the sidelines of the NAM Summit in Egypt.

Chavan caught between Azad,Soz

The tug of war in the Jammu & Kashmir Congress between former chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and PCC chief Saifuddin Soz continues unabated.

Amid Rly fog,snow,strife,a train carries Valley faith

This train is fast changing the way people travel in the Kashmir valley. Almost nine months since it made its debut on a standalone stretch in the Valley…

Indo-Pak meeting receives mixed reaction in Kashmir

India and Pakistan’s decision to carry on with the dialogue process drew mixed response in Kashmir.

Police arrest 4 cops in Shopian rape case

Four police officers were arrested in Kashmir after being accused of destroying evidence in the rape and murder of two women in Shopian.