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Amnesty International calls for immediate ban on pellet shotgun in J&K

It’s responsible for blinding, killing hundreds in Kashmir Valley, says rights body.

14 Sep 2017 3:28 AM

Green shoots of peace seen in Kashmir, says Rajnath Singh

The minister said the worst affected groups in Kashmir are the youth, the traders and workers and the poor.

12 Sep 2017 1:43 AM

Rajnath Singh reviews security in J&K, meets civil society

The meeting was informed 63 projects have been taken up under PMDP and out of the total outlay, Rs 21,988 crore has been released.

10 Sep 2017 6:58 AM

Terror funding case: NIA summons Kashmir Bar chief

Mian Abdul Qayoom has been asked to present himself before the NIA at its headquarters in New Delhi.

05 Sep 2017 4:47 AM

J&K: Security forces conduct cordon, search ops in 10 villages of Shopian

Cordon and search operations are being carried out in at least ten villages in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district.

19 Aug 2017 10:47 AM


J&K: 3 Hizbul militants trapped as gun battle intensifies in Shopian

Sources said the militants opened fire on the search party, triggering the encounter which is underway.

12 Aug 2017 9:11 PM

Stay away from protests: Hizbul Mujahideen to girl students

Police sources and witnesses said that Handwara degree college students on Saturday took to the streets chanting anti-government slogans.

07 May 2017 4:02 AM

Islamic radio station to promote ‘Halal' entertainment in Kashmir

A group musicians in J&K has launched online radio station for youth influenced by Western culture and Hollywood and Bollywood music.

10 Mar 2017 7:58 PM

Latest J&K wedding curbs to be as ineffective as others?

As per the order, the host can invite only 500 guests for a daughter’s marriage and 400 for that of a son.

23 Feb 2017 6:24 AM

Zaira Wasim hits out at Vijay Goel for hijab tweet

@VijayGoelBJP Sir, with all respect to you, I feel I must disagree. I request you not to connect me to such a discourteous depiction.

21 Jan 2017 1:20 AM


Exploring the hypocrisy of Indian society

When I’d first met Renee Ranchan, almost 18 years back, she came across as a restless poet —- one of those introverts cocooned in her own little world, observing the churnings on, in and around, and u

06 Nov 2016 2:18 AM

Journey of a woman: From victim to exploiter

When Saanvri: The Story of a Concubine landed, I sat staring at the sensuousness spread out on the cover. What, with a not-so-hazy imprint of a woman’s bare back lurking against a jet black backdrop.

09 Oct 2016 2:50 AM