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Kashmiri Pandits set terms to parties

Kashmiri Pandits can potentially swing the results in some seats, especially where a boycott call by separatists keeps the turnout low.


Blow to National Conference as its south Kashmir face Mehboob Beg pulls out

Mehboob Beg said the NC announced his candidature in the fifth list as if they were “in doubt” about it.


BJP’s woman face in Valley seeks votes for change

Hina is, however, banking on “vote for change”. Ironically she sells the BJP in the name of Babri Masjid.

A glimmer of justice

State and army must ensure that the Machil sentencing is followed through, built upon.

Read more: AFSPA, Kashmir

Machil sentencing: 3 lives taken for the sake of medals, each bought at Rs 50,000

Muzamil Jaleel goes back to the Machil killings that has led to a court-martial sentencing five Army personnel.


Project Kashmir: BJP’s most ambitious goal ever

Mir Ehsan on how the BJP is working its way towards its most ambitious goal ever — small party by small party, Independent by Independent.

Yami Gautam

Junooniyat to take off in Kashmir

Director Vivek Agnihotri will start shooting for his Junooniyat in November


Kashmiri goes missing in city, family says he was ‘picked up’

The family has a copy of the daily diary entry (no 14PP) at the police station.


J&K: Two more militants killed in Handwara encounter

The militants opened fire on the search party at 0645 hours on Tuesday, drawing retaliation, police said.

Read more: J&K, Kashmir

Eight LeT militants arrested in Kashmir Valley

With the arrest, the security forces claimed to have “averted a major terror plan of the militants”.


Pakistan to launch campaign against India for rights ‘violations’ in Kashmir

Pakistan said that the violations were a reflection of the “election manifesto” of Modi, who had said that his govt would “get tough” on Pak.


‘Nasir used to make me beg’— Bandra girl recounts kidnapping ordeal

Megha was reported missing a year and half ago by her family to the Nirmal Nagar police.


Army closely monitoring stone-pelting incidents, presence of IS flag

Lt Gen Saha said the stone-pelting incidents on the choppers involved in rescue and relief ops during floods were “isolated”.


Eid celebrations in Kashmir a low-key affair

With wide parts of Kashmir devastated by the ravaging floods last month, many locals decided to refrain from celebrating the festival this time around.

Read more: Eid, J&K, Kashmir

With Schools shut in Srinagar, future of thousands hang in balance

Valley’s elite schools including Burn-Hall, Presentation Convent, Tyndale Biscoe, Iqbal Memorial and Delhi Public School are still closed.