Large inflow of hawala funds from gulf countries and more Kashmiri youth getting sucked into militancy are dangerously stoking terrorism in the Valley in a fresh test for security forces in their anti
Over 300 people died and more than 12 lakh people were affected in the floods that devastated large parts of Kashmir, including Srinagar. (Photo: PTI)
The Defence Ministry has raised a bill of Rs 500 crore for its assistance to Jammu and Kashmir government for carrying out relief and rescue operations during the floods that battered the valley last
Security forces on Friday said they seized huge caches of weapons and ammunition from three militant hideouts in Jammu and Kashmir’s frontier districts of Kupwara, Doda and Reasi.
Clashes erupted in central Srinagar following congregational prayers at historic Grand Mosque, leaving half a dozen people injured on Friday.
Massive protests erupted at Kashmir University here on Thursday against the arrest by the police of a student who had allegedly led a demonstration held within the campus on the eve of International Y
Kashmir was on flood alert on Thursday as several parts of the valley were inundated due to overflowing of Jhelum and various streams and rivulets following incessant rains.
The annual Baba Chamblyal mela once again forced Indians and Pakistanis to put behind all bitterness and antipathy that the Partition and subsequent events of hostility might have begot the region as
Srinagar: The water level in Jhelum crossed the danger mark at Sangam in south Kashmir early on Thursday morning as most parts of the Valley were lashed by incessant rains since Wedne
A Kashmiri journalist was on Monday allegedly beaten up by the personal security guards of a Jammu and Kashmir minister after he objected to their passing lewd remarks on his wife.