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Doors open for talks with Hurriyat, but only within Constitution: BJP

Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq told The Indian Express that the Hurriyat would respond “positively” if “meaningful dialogue” is initiated by New Delhi.

If talks are initiated, there will be positive response: Hurriyat responds to J&K Guv

Mirwaiz says meaningful dialogue only way forward; NC & PDP welcome move


Kashmiri separatist leaders received funds from abroad, utilised them for personal gains: NIA

The agency has interrogated several top leaders of Hurriyat Conference and other organisations and claimed that they had confessed to receiving funds from Pakistan to fuel separatist sentiments among the people of Kashmir Valley.

Citing invite to Hurriyat, India to stay away from Pakistan’s National Day reception today

In the last five years, while the NDA government objected to the Pakistan High Commission engaging with the Hurriyat leadership, it did not boycott the National Day reception, although the Hurriyat leaders were always invited.

Qureshi again: After Mirwaiz, Pak Minister dials Geelani of the Hurriyat

The phone conversations between Pakistan’s Foreign Minister and Hurriyat leaders are unusual, and New Delhi had earlier summoned Pakistan’s envoy over what it called “direct interference” in India’s internal affairs.

India warns Pakistan envoy on phone call to Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz

Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale told Pakistan High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood that New Delhi expects Pakistan to 'desist' from such actions and 'cautioned that (the) persistence of such behaviour... will have implications'.


Pak Foreign Minister Qureshi dials Hurriyat chief Mirwaiz Umar Farooq

This is the first time that the new government in Pakistan, under Prime Minister Imran Khan, has reached out to the Hurriyat.

Omar Abdullah asks centre to clear air around former Norwegian PM's Kashmir visit

Separatists said Geelani and Mirwaiz told Kjell Mangne Bondevik that Norwegian government should make serious efforts to resolve the vexed Kashmir dispute to mitigate the sufferings of the people and ensure a lasting peace in South Asia.

Five days after Mohd Ashraf Sehrai took over Syed Ali Shah Geelani outfit, son joins Hizbul

Junaid had gone missing from home on Friday, and his family had registered a missing report with police on Saturday. Barely hours later, the photo of Junaid holding the gun surfaced.

Appointment of former IB chief as Centre's representative for peace talks, a time-buying tactic: Kashmiri Separatists

The Centre on October 23 appointed Dineshwar Sharma as its special representative for a "sustained dialogue" with all stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir, in a fresh move aimed at bringing peace to the troubled state.