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Indo-Pak ties will remain troubled unless Kashmir resolved says Imran

“Trouble and suspicion” will continue to persist between India and Pakistan unless the “root” issue of Kashmir was resolved,cricketer-turned- politician Imran Khan has said.

New target for Banihal rail line: 2017

The railway line that will finally connect the Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country is late by another eight years. In limbo for almost a year after Railways suspended works and started mulling a re-alignment…

Pir Panjal tunnel likely to get on track by 2011

Indian Railways got a step closer to finishing work on the country’s longest tunnel as it successfully conducted the “day break” on a section of the 11-km long Pir Panjal…

India wary of Sino-Pak strategic link-up in occupied Kashmir

India is wary of Chinese designs to establish strategic link-up with Pakistan in parts of Jammu and Kashmir under occupation by both the countries.

The hills grow distant

After the end of the Kargil war,a veteran Pakistani journalist and confidante of Field-Marshal Ayub Khan wrote a series of four articles in the Pakistani daily Nation titled “Four wars,one assumption.”

Valley on boil,jawan held for girl death

At A time when the Valley is simmering with tension,north Kashmir’s Kupwara on Thursday erupted in protests over the…

Protests in Kupwara molestation of girl over

Locals took to the streets in frontier district of Kupwara today demanding the arrest of a territorial army jawan,who allegedly tried to molest a young woman following which she committed suicide.

For first time,J-K MLA on protest against Army

For the first time in the Valley,a sitting legislator,along with thousands of his supporters,is on a sit-in outside a police station to protest alleged atrocities by the Army.

Eyewitnesses depose in Baramulla probe

Members of J-K Police’s Special Operations Group and civilian eyewitnesses on Tuesday deposed before the…

US not looking to mediate on Kashmir

As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton prepares to visit New Delhi later this month,the US says it is not looking for any…

Who’s afraid of an FIR?

What Shopian and Shiney tell us about our rape laws…

Parties criticise ‘brute force’ on Baramulla agitators

J&K police and paramilitary forces came in for sharp criticism from political parties for
using ‘brute force’ against the agitating people.

New posts will be created for unemployed trained doctors: Omar

J&K CM Omar Abdullah has said that new posts will be created to provide jobs to trained unemployed doctors in the state.

Mehraj’s association offers hope to J-K youths

For Kashmiri youths battling bullets,bombs,strikes and curfews,a newly formed association launched by India midfielder Mehrajuddin Wadao is offering a ray of light through the beautiful game.

Labourer from Assam found dead in Kargil

A labourer hailing from Assam was found dead under suspicious circumstances in Kargil district of Ladakh region on Friday,police said.