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UN report on Kashmir seeks inquiry into Indian forces’ actions, asks Pak to stop misusing anti-terror laws

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein called for maximum restraint and denounced the lack of prosecutions of Indian forces.

My priority is to lay foundation stone from where we can start further dialogue: Dineshwar Sharma

In a recent interview with The Indian Express, Dineshwar Sharma remained silent on “contentious aspects” of his assignment and instead talked about his understanding of the current situation and his challenges as the Centre’s representative, both in Srinagar and New Delhi.

Rajasthan proposes weekend sermons in schools. There are better ways to strengthen the moral fibre

The new militancy

Centre must look it in the eye, without delusion or denial, in order to address and combat it effectively in J&K

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Jammu-Kashmir: Security forces put on high alert following reports of infiltration

Kashmir infiltration: There are reports of infiltration of over 20 militants into Kashmir from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) recently, the officials said.

J&K government asks Army, revenue authorities to inspect demarcation of land

Jammu and Kashmir: At least four militants killed as army foils infiltration bid in Tangdhar

Jammu and Kashmir: The encounter, which broke out today morning, is underway at Tangdhar sector where four militants have been killed.

Exemplary punishment to Major Leetul Gogoi if found guilty, says Army Chief Bipin Rawat

Exemplary punishment to Major Leetul Gogoi if found guilty, says Army Chief Bipin Rawat

Bipin Rawat said, “If anyone in Indian Army, at any rank, does any wrong and it comes to our notice then strictest action will be taken.”

Major Leetul Gogoi, who tied J-K man to jeep, questioned over woman at hotel

Major Leetul Gogoi, who tied J&K man to jeep, questioned over woman at hotel

Major Gogoi, on the eve of Lok Sabha bypolls last year, tied a civilian, Farooq Ahmad Dar, to an Army jeep and paraded him through a dozen villages across Budgam.

PM Modi to visit J&K tomorrow: Security forces put on high alert, separatists call for shutdown

In a serious breach of security ahead of Modi’s visit, militants on Thursday attacked a guard post of a hotel in Srinagar and fled with rifles. The incident caused a flutter within the security agencies and two policemen who were manning the guard post were detained for questioning.

Awami Ittehad Party will show black flags to PM Modi during Kashmir visit: Langate

Awami Ittehad Party will show black flags to PM Modi during Kashmir visit: Langate

The legislator welcomed the Centre’s unilateral ceasefire during the Muslim fasting month of Ramzan but warned of “black sheep (in the police force) trying to sabotage it”.

The Jammu-Kashmir Police on Saturday filed a case against an employee working for an international human resources consultancy in Mumbai for allegedly posting abusive tweets against Kashmiri people. Ashish Kaul, an employee of US-based Development Dimensions International, was booked under sections of the Information Technology Act. The J&K police filed an FIR after taking into cognizance two his tweets from the now-defunct Twitter handle @ashishkaul13. “Police in Kashmir took cognizance of the matter after it found tweet posts were abusive and attracts offences covered under law,” J&K police said in a statement. It added that an FIR has been registered under section 505(1)C and section 66 of the Information Technology Act. “Investigation in the instant matter has been started to ascertain the facts pertaining to the case,” police said. The police also said in its statement that it has “directed a communication to the authorities in Twitter India requesting them to provide the details of this particular Twitter user so that his he is made to face the law”. Sources said that the police want to know Kaul's location to arrest him. Kaul's Twitter account was deactivated by Saturday evening, but several users on Twitter had taken screenshots of his tweets and reported it to his employer, DDI. His services have been terminated by DDI after the company initially refused to comment "publically" on “employee matters”. DDI's CEO Tacy Byham and President David Tessmann-Keys, in a statement on the company website, said they were "shocked and saddened by the nature of these posts". "As soon as we learned about the social media posts, we immediately suspended the employee and launched an investigation to determine the full scope of the issue. As of May 12, we have accepted the individual's resignation. This individual's opinions were his alone, and do not reflect the values of DDI," the statement read.

J&K Police files FIR against MNC employee for abusive tweets against Kashmiris

Ashish Kaul, an employee of US-based Development Dimensions International, was booked under sections of the Information Technology Act. The J&K police filed an FIR after taking into cognizance two his tweets from the now-defunct Twitter handle @ashishkaul13.

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J-K: Four militants among 11 held during Army raids in Baramulla

On May 1, Asif Ahmad Sheikh (23), Haseeb Ahmad Khan (18) and Mohammad Ashgar (21), residents of Kakar Hamam area, were shot dead outside a shop in Iqbal Market by at least three unidentified gunmen.

PM Modi to visit Odisha

Prime Minister Modi to visit J-K on May 19

PM Modi will inaugurate a hydroelectricity project and participate in the 100th birth anniversary celebrations of Ladakhi spiritual leader Kushak Bakula, as also attend a university convocation, according to officials.

Cow, namaz, historical monuments, Jinnah — we are back to cultural issues in the prelude to Partition

Heroes & villains of old

Cow, namaz, historical monuments, Jinnah — we are back to cultural issues in the prelude to Partition

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi expresses concern over situation in Kashmir

Pakistan will continue to provide moral, political and diplomatic support to the people of Kashmir in their struggle for self-determination under the UN Charter and in accordance with the UNSC resolutions, the Pakistan PM said.

Shopian school bus attack victim suffers head injury

School bus attacked in Shopian: ‘I have seen my son in a pool of blood, this is not a human act’

A class II student of Rainbow International School in Shopian, Rehan was injured when the school bus he was travelling in was stoned by protesters enforcing a bandh Wednesday morning. A stone hit him on the head, causing a frontal bone fracture.