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Fayaz Wani

Fayaz Wani reports on life in Srinagar, Kashmir.

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Cylinder Blast Kills 3 Tourists in Kashmir
Bijbehara, July 28: Three tourists from the Indian state of Maharashtra were killed and five others injured when a gas cylinder exploded inside their vehicle in Indian administered Kashmir on Saturday.
11:55 Jul 28, 2012 PST
Youth Killed in Army Firing in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 25: Indian army men shot and killed a youth in North Kashmir of Indian administered Kashmir on Tuesday evening. His killing sparked protests and more than 18 persons including 10 policemen were injured in the clashes.
15:08 Jul 25, 2012 PST
Three Killed After School Bus Falls Into Gorge in Kashmir
The injured were rushed to a nearby hospital, where one of the critically injured succumbed to injuries.
06:26 Jul 12, 2012 PST
Three Militants Killed in Kashmir Gunfight
He said the militants were asked to surrender. However, they turned down the offer and fired from automatic weapons towards the search party. The fire was returned by the troops, triggering an encounter. In the ensuing gunfight, three militants were
11:26 Jul 5, 2012 PST
Militants Kill 2 Policemen in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 3: Two policemen were killed by militants in Indian administered Kashmir on Tuesday.
15:18 Jul 3, 2012 PST
Restrictions, Shutdown Paralyse Life in Kashmir
Authorities for the third day imposed curfew-like restrictions in parts of Srinagar - Khanyar, Maharaj Gunj, Rainawari, Nowhatta, Safakadal and Kralkhud police stations.
17:44 Jun 27, 2012 PST
4 Earthquakes Jolt Kashmir
Srinagar, June 11: Four earthquakes including one of 5.9 magnitude jolted Indian administered Kashmir on Monday. However, no loss of life or damage to property was reported.
13:34 Jun 11, 2012 PST
Hizbul Chief Warns Pakistan
'If Pak withdraws support, we would take war inside the country.'
10:43 Jun 8, 2012 PST
3 Civilians Hurt in Grenade Explosion in Kashmir
A police official said immediately after the militant attack, police launched a combing and search operation in the area to flush out the militants responsible for the attack.
11:04 May 14, 2012 PST
Kashmir Govt Trying to Divide Muslims on Sectarian Lines
There is clear institutional support from the government to create the divide,' Mirwaiz said while addressing Friday congregation at historic Jamia Masjid in old city in the summer capital.
13:18 Apr 27, 2012 PST
Political K-Resolution Will Remove Shadow of Gun: Kashmir CM
Srinagar, April 27: The Chief Minister of Indian administered Kashmir Omar Abdullah Friday said the shadow of gun from the region would be removed once and for all when the basic political issues of Kashmir are addressed and resolved amicably.
10:51 Apr 27, 2012 PST
Kashmiri Separatist Leaders Snubbed By Pakistan
This is first time that the Pakistani government has not invited the separatist leaders to have a meeting with visiting Pakistan president.
14:01 Apr 7, 2012 PST
5 Militants Killed in Kupwara Gunfight
Srinagar, Apr 5: In the second major encounter in Indian administered Kashmir in as many weeks, five militants were killed in a fierce gunfight with Indian soldiers on Thursday.
12:39 Apr 5, 2012 PST
CRPF Bunker Removed From Kashmir
After considerable decline in militancy related violence in Indian administered Kashmir, paramilitary CRPF removed one of its bunkers in the downtown city in Srinagar on Monday.
12:58 Apr 2, 2012 PST
Kashmir's Tulip Garden Thrown Open for Visitors
Srinagar, March 29: The Tulip garden of Indian administered Kashmir was thrown open for visitors by the chief minister of the region Omar Abdullah on Thursday.
12:28 Mar 29, 2012 PST
1 Killed, 20 Injured in Car Bomb Explosion in Kashmir
Srinagar, March 22: One person was killed and 20 others injured when a powerful bomb exploded in a car in Indian administered Kashmir on Thursday afternoon.
10:49 Mar 22, 2012 PST
Windstorm Killed 3, Damaged Over 12,000 Houses in Kashmir
'Mohammed Akram Rigoo, 65 died in a hospital in Srinagar today after he was injured when a tree fell on him during the windstorm yesterday,' an official spokesman said.
08:40 Mar 21, 2012 PST
2 Soldiers Injured in Grenade Attack in Kashmir
A police official said militants lobbed a grenade towards a paramilitary CRPF picket outside the OPD block of SMHS hospital in Srinagar at around 1916 hours. 'The grenade exploded with a big bang, causing injuries two paramilitary soldiers,' he sa
12:32 Mar 15, 2012 PST
444 Cases Registered Against Soldiers in Kashmir in 3 Years
'In Jammu province, Jammu tops the list with 97 cases having been registered against forces. It is followed by Doda with 88 cases, Udhampur with 29 cases, Reasi with 24, Ramban with 21, and Poonch and Kistshwar with 19 cases each,' the government
12:21 Mar 5, 2012 PST
Two Top Lashkar-e-Toiba Militants Killed in Gunfight in Kashmir
The official identified the deceased militants as Shanawaz Ahmed Khandey alias Bilal and Mohammad Rafi, both local militants.
06:10 Feb 27, 2012 PST
Kashmiri Separatist Leader to Write Autobiography
Srinagar, Feb 19: Senior pro-independence Kashmiri separatist leader and former militant commander Mohammad Yasin Malik is all set to write his autobiography and tell untold truth to the people.
15:18 Feb 19, 2012 PST
No Dearth of Kind Hearted People in India: Geelani
'There is no dearth of kind hearted people in India. We are trying to reach out to them and apprise them about the history of Kashmir, the problems faced by Kashmiris,' Geelani said in a statement issued here.
14:45 Feb 16, 2012 PST
Kashmir Govt Recommends Taking Back 3 Power Projects From Indian Corporation
Sources said the Cabinet which met today in winter capital under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah accepted the report of cabinet sub-committee (CSC) formulated with regard to hydle projects of Kashmir.
18:57 Feb 15, 2012 PST
Security Apparatus Beefed Up in Kashmir
All the roads leading to Bakshi Stadium, where the main function of January 26 will be held, have been sealed. The police and paramilitary personnel have sensitized the buildings around the stadium.
15:31 Jan 25, 2012 PST
Militant Leader Warns Attacks on The Rise in Kashmir
Srinagar, Jan 24: The chief commander of the pro-Pakistan militant group Hizbul Mujahideen and head of the Muzaffarabad based militant alliance UJC, Syed Salah-ud-Din Tuesday warned of increase in militant attacks in Indian administered Kashmir.
10:52 Jan 24, 2012 PST
Kashmir's Deputy Grand Mufti Ordered Expulsion of 5 Christian Missionaries
Srinagar, Jan 19: Kashmir's Deputy Grand Mufti Thursday ordered the expulsion of five Christian priests from the region after finding their activities not permissible.
15:41 Jan 19, 2012 PST
Avalanche Warning Issued: Fresh Snowfall Again Cuts-Off Kashmir
Srinagar, Jan 15: The Indian administered Kashmir was again cut-off from rest of the world on Sunday after fresh moderate to heavy snowfall.
12:12 Jan 15, 2012 PST
Srinagar Records Coldest Night in 16 Years
Srinagar, Jan 14: The night temperature in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, dipped to - 7.8 degrees Celsius, the lowest ever during the last 16 years as an intense cold wave swept across the region.
13:42 Jan 14, 2012 PST
No Respite From Intense Cold in Kashmir
Srinagar, Jan 13: There was no respite from freezing cold in Indian administered Kashmir on Friday with minimum temperature continuing to remain several degrees below freezing point.
11:06 Jan 13, 2012 PST
World's Largest Solar Telescope to Be Set Up in Kashmir
Srinagar, Jan 6: The world's large solar telescope will be set up at Pangong Tso Lake in mountainous Ladakh region of Indian administered Kashmir.
06:30 Jan 6, 2012 PST
Kashmiri Leader Says Dr. Fai Was Victim of Tussle Between CIA, ISI
Srinagar, Dec 31: A senior Kashmiri separatist leader Nayeem Khan Saturday said lobbyist Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai was the victim of the tussle between spy agencies of United States and Pakistan.
10:49 Dec 31, 2011 PST
Recover Outstanding Power Dues From Troops in Kashmir
Addressing a public gathering after Friday congregation prayers in Central Kashmir, Mirwaiz said, 'Our natural resources have been looted and exploited by Indian for last 65 years.
13:43 Dec 30, 2011 PST
Army Commander Reviews Operation Preparedness of Soldiers on Kashmir Border
It is pertinent to mention here that senior Indian army commander in Kashmir Lt Gen S A Hasnain had recently said that militants may make attempts to sneak into Kashmir during the harsh winter months as well.
12:56 Dec 29, 2011 PST
4,000 Collared Bar-Headed Geese Arrive At Wetland Reserve in Kashmir
Srinagar, Dec 23: Over 4000 Bar-headed geese, including a half dozen with collars, have arrived at Gharana wetland Conservation Reserve on Indo-Pak border in R. S. Pura in winter capital of Indian administered Kashmir.
15:48 Dec 23, 2011 PST
Police Files Charges Against Education Officials in Kashmir
Srinagar, Dec 20: In the first instance of its type, police in Indian administered Kashmir have filed charges and registered a case against Education officials of the region for depicting local policeman as 'oppressor' in the school text books.
13:36 Dec 20, 2011 PST
Snow, Rain Likely in Kashmir Today
Srinagar, Dec 19: According to weatherman, the upper reaches of Indian administered Kashmir may record heavy snowfall while plains may experience light to moderate snowfall and rain during next 24 hours.
11:17 Dec 19, 2011 PST
Srinagar Shivers At -3.8 Degrees Celsius
The drop in the night temperature resulted in freezing of water supply lines in many areas while a thin layer of ice had also formed on some small stagnant water bodies.
13:48 Dec 16, 2011 PST
Shopkeepers Shutdown in Parts of Srinagar to Protest Killing of Tariq Ahmad
Srinagar, Dec 15: Some parts of downtown Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, observed complete shutdown on Thursday to protest against the killing of 35-year-old trader by alleged stone pelters.
13:04 Dec 15, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Shopkeeper Succumbs to Injuries Sustained in Miscreants' Assault
Srinagar, Dec 14: A young Kashmiri shopkeeper, who was critically injured in an attack of alleged stonepelters on December 3, succumbed to injuries in the region's leading hospital on Wednesday.
15:06 Dec 14, 2011 PST
Government Reviews Security of Politicians, Key Installations in Kashmir
Official sources said security review meeting was held in Srinagar, the summer capital of the region on Monday. 'The meeting was attended by Home Secretary, police chief and top police, paramilitary and security officials.
10:57 Dec 12, 2011 PST
Minister in Kashmir Escapes Bid on Life, Guard Killed
'The minister's security guards also opened fire. In the militant attack, three of the security guards of the minister and a civilian identified as Ali Mohammad were injured. The minister, however, escaped unhurt in the attack,' he said.
12:17 Dec 11, 2011 PST
AFSPA Removal: Kashmiri People Have Right to Relish Peace Benefits
'My initiative regarding the gradual revocation of laws like AFSPA in the areas where the role of the Army has ended, due to the restoration of peaceful situation, relates to the commitments made to people,'
09:17 Dec 7, 2011 PST
Kashmir Shivers With Cold
Srinagar, Nov 27: Indian administered Kashmir continues to shiver with severe cold as the minimum temperature dipped further in the region with the summer capital recording the coldest night of the season.
10:14 Nov 27, 2011 PST
No Deadline For AFSPA Removal in Kashmir
Srinagar, Nov 21: The Chief Minister of Indian administered Kashmir Omar Abdullah Monday said no deadline has been fixed for revocation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from the State.
13:08 Nov 21, 2011 PST
Top Hizbul Militant Killed in Kashmir Firefight
Srinagar, Nov 17: A top commander of the pro-Pakistan militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen was killed in a fierce encounter with Indian soldiers in Indian administered Kashmir on Thursday.
14:42 Nov 17, 2011 PST
Kashmir CM Meets Indian Defence Minister on AFSPA issue
Sources said during the meeting, Omar apprised the Indian Defence Minister about the improvement in law and order situation and fall in militancy in Kashmir.
15:00 Nov 13, 2011 PST
Chief Minister of Kashmir Pursues Revocation of AFSPA in Winter Months
I would like to see revocation of AFSPA in the winter months,' Omar told media during a function in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir.
16:10 Nov 10, 2011 PST
US Congress Delegation Calls on Kashmir Governor
'The US delegation comprised Devin Nunes, Congressman and Member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), Political Counselor, US Embassy Herro Mustafa and two staff members of the HPSCI,' an official spokesman said.
13:21 Nov 10, 2011 PST
AFSPA Rollback Will Make Army Handicap in Kashmir
'To rollback AFSPA from certain pockets of Kashmir at this point of time may be a genuine point owing to peaceful year. But peace is very fragile.
12:41 Nov 3, 2011 PST
Cracks in Kashmir Coalition Government Over AFSPA
'The Chief Minister should have consulted the coalition partner before announcing the rollback of AFSPA. Today he is on shaky ground because he has not done the consultation exercise fully.
13:58 Oct 27, 2011 PST
Militants Strike With Grenades; Fire on Cops in Kashmir
At around 12:45pm, militants lobbed a grenade towards paramilitary CRPF bunker at the Akhara building in Maisuma area in the heart of city.
11:31 Oct 25, 2011 PST
Dialogue With Pakistan Will Lead to Kashmir Settlement
Srinagar, Oct 23: The chief minister of Indian administered Kashmir Omar Abdullah Saturday said dialogue with Pakistan will lead to settlement of the Kashmir issue.
11:32 Oct 22, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Separatist Slam Indian Social Activist Anna Hazare
Srinagar, Oct 15: The separatist leaders in Indian administered Kashmir on Saturday slammed Indian social activist Anna Hazare for terming Kashmir as an integral part of India.
12:46 Oct 15, 2011 PST
Longest Surviving Militant Killed in Kashmir Firefight
Srinagar, Oct 12: On Wednesday, Police claimed to have killed the longest surviving militant of the pro-Pakistan militant group Hizbul Mujahideen during a gunfight in Indian administered Kashmir.
10:11 Oct 12, 2011 PST
2 Militants Killed in Kashmir Firefight
'After plugging off all the possible escape routes, the soldiers zeroed-in on the residential house of one Mohammad Subhan Mir son of Abdul Gani Mir and asked the militants hiding there to surrender,' they said.
09:57 Oct 9, 2011 PST
Kashmir Government Discloses 1,300 Missing in Region
Srinagar, Oct 3: The Kashmir government Monday disclosed that 1300 persons have been missing in the region during the past 20 years of turmoil, contradicting its earlier figures that 3,429 youth were missing from 1990 till 2009.
17:15 Oct 3, 2011 PST
4 Militants Killed in Fresh Gunfight in Kashmir
Srinagar, Oct 1: On Saturday the Army said four heavily armed militants were killed in a two-day long gunbattle in Indian administered Kashmir.
14:53 Oct 1, 2011 PST
Kashmir Gunfight Ends After 4 Days
Srinagar, Sept 29: The 4-day long gunfight between Indian soldiers and heavily armed militants ended in Indian administered Kashmir on Thursday.
11:13 Sep 29, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Leader Warns Agitation If Slum Dwellers Not Expelled
Geelani accused India of pursuing Israeli tactics, India wanted to expel Kashmiris from their own land and alter the Muslims majority character of the state.
12:53 Sep 28, 2011 PST
Army Officer, 2 Cops Among 7 Killed in Kashmir Gunfight
Srinagar, Sep 27: An army officer, two policemen and four militants have been killed in the ongoing gunfight in Indian administered Kashmir.
13:20 Sep 27, 2011 PST
Docs in Kashmir Remove 15 Kg Cyst From Pregnant Woman
Srinagar, Sept 24: In the first surgery of its kind in the region, doctors on Saturday removed a 15 kg cyst from a seven-month pregnant woman in Indian administered Kashmir without harming the fetus.
11:42 Sep 24, 2011 PST
Kashmir Assembly to Debate Guru Amnesty Resolution
Srinagar, Sept 17: The Kashmir Assembly will debate the resolution seeking clemency for the alleged Indian Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru on September 28.
13:16 Sep 17, 2011 PST
Kashmir CM Asks India to Walk Extra Mile to Engage Pak
'I have often stated that most, if not all, internal security problems are essentially rooted in politics. As a matter of fact even armed insurgencies are basically struggles for political space.
14:58 Sep 10, 2011 PST
HuJI Email Traced to Kashmir, Cafe Owner Among 5 Detained
Official sources said police in the early hours today conducted a raid on the house of Global Internet Café owner Khawaja Mehmood Aziz in Kishtwar and detained him, his brother Khwaja Khalid Aziz and Manager Cyber Cafe Ashwani Kumar for questionin
14:15 Sep 8, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Politicians Condemn Deadly Blast in Indian Capital
Srinagar, Sept 7: The pro-Indian and separatist politicians in Indian administered Kashmir Wednesday condemned the deadly blast in Indian capital, which left 11 people dead and over 60 injured.
09:49 Sep 7, 2011 PST
Envoys of Muslim Countries Call on Kashmir CM
Srinagar, Sept 2: The envoys of two Muslim countries called on the Chief minister of Indian administered Kashmir Omar Abdullah on Friday and discussed the prevailing situation in the region.
12:04 Sep 2, 2011 PST
Kashmir Govt Grants Amnesty to Stone Pelters
'The Government would withdraw the cases against them to provide an opportunity to be responsible persons and lead a normal life', Omar said while addressing media today.
09:28 Aug 28, 2011 PST
2 Grenade Blasts Rock Kashmir; 2 Killed, 13 Hurt
Srinagar, Aug 25: Two grenade explosions rocked Indian administered Kashmir on Thursday. The explosions left two persons including an Indian border guard dead and 13 persons injured.
10:30 Aug 25, 2011 PST
Kashmir CM Demands Setting Up of Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Replying to a query on the unearthing of mass graves by SHRC, the chief minister said, 'It is too premature to comment on the issue'.
15:15 Aug 22, 2011 PST
2000 Unidentified Bodies Buried in Unmarked Graves in Kashmir
Srinagar, Aug 21: The Kashmir government recognized Human Right Commission has disclosed that 2156 unidentified bodies are buried in unmarked graves at 38 different sites in the region.
13:13 Aug 21, 2011 PST
12 Militants Killed in Border Gunfight in Kashmir: Army
Srinagar, Aug 20: On Saturday, the Army claimed that soldiers foiled an infiltration bid of militants by killing 12 militants in the firefight. An army officer was also killed and two soldiers injured in the day-long gunfight.
09:46 Aug 20, 2011 PST
Kashmir May Soon Have Islamic Banking System
Srinagar, Aug 17: The Indian administered Kashmir may soon have the Islamic Banking system, which is prevalent in most of the Muslim countries.
15:01 Aug 17, 2011 PST
Top US Senator on 2-Day Visit to Kashmir
Senator McCain, who is here on a two-day visit arrived by a special US plane and drove to Governor N N Vohra's residence to meet him.
10:09 Aug 16, 2011 PST
India's Independence Day Passes Off Peacefully in Strike-Hit Kashmir
Srinagar, Aug 15: August 15 (India's Independence Day) passed off peacefully across the strike-hit Kashmir amidst tight security arrangements made by forces to foil any incident.
12:40 Aug 15, 2011 PST
After Grenade Attacks, Security Further Intensified in Kashmir
Two rifle grenades were fired towards Hotel Kahkashan housing 162 Bn CRPF Headquarters and Hotel Ikhwan housing camp of 82 Bn CRPF in Srinagar on Saturday evening.
10:21 Aug 14, 2011 PST
45-Days Hindu Pilgrimage Concludes in Kashmir
Srinagar, Aug 13: The annual Hindu pilgrimage (Amarnath yatra) concluded in Kashmir on Saturday with a record breaking 6.35 lakh devotees from different parts of India visiting the cave shrine in South Kashmir during the past 45 days.
15:33 Aug 13, 2011 PST
Police Launch Crackdown on Youth in Kashmir
Srinagar, Aug 9: Police have launched a crackdown against youth in parts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir and have arrested more than 30 youth during raids so far.
11:57 Aug 9, 2011 PST
Police Officer and Soldier Arrested for Staging Fake Encounter in Kashmir
Yesterday the Army claimed to have killed a Pakistani militant and divisional commander of Lashker-e-Taiba, Abu Usman after a 12-hour long gunbattle at the Surankote area of Poonch and claimed recovery of arms and ammunition from him.
12:22 Aug 8, 2011 PST
Restrictions on Separatists Leaders in Kashmir
The government is denying us the democratic space to carry out political activities and this could have serious repercussions,' said his close aide Ayaz Akbar.
14:04 Aug 6, 2011 PST
Kashmir Shuts Down Against Custodial Death of Youth
Srinagar, Aug 3: The complete shutdown was observed in Indian administered Kashmir on Wednesday to protest the custodial killing of a youth.
13:32 Aug 3, 2011 PST
Militant Alliance Rejects Ramadan Ceasefire in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: The United Jehad Council - an alliance of the militant groups operating in Kashmir has ruled out announcing of ceasefire during Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Indian administered Kashmir.
12:59 Jul 31, 2011 PST
Pro-Indian Politician Placed Under House Arrest in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: In the first incident of its kind, a pro-Indian woman politician Mehbooba Mufti was placed under house arrest.
11:39 Jul 31, 2011 PST
Any Delay In Kashmir Solution Can Lead to Resurfacing of Stone Pelting Incidents
Srinagar, July 30: The patron of pro-Indian Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former chief minister of Kashmir, Mufti Mohammad Sayed Saturday said any delay in Kashmir resolution can result in resurfacing of stone pelting in some other form.
13:10 Jul 30, 2011 PST
Hindu Militant Killed in Kashmir Firefight
Srinagar, July 26: A Hindu militant owing allegiance to Kashmir's largest militant group Hizbul Mujahideen was killed in a gunfight with Indian army in Kishtwar area of Indian administered Kashmir on Tuesday.
12:49 Jul 26, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Leader Denounces US Arrest, Calls Protests on Friday
Senior separatist Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani has denounced the arrest of a Kashmiri-born man in the US by the FBI on suspicion of allegedly playing as conduit for the Pakistani government to influence the American policy makers on the issue of
13:11 Jul 20, 2011 PST
India- Pak talks, A Futile Exercise: Hizbul chief
Hizbul Mujahideen supremo and chairman of the United Jehad Council (UJC) - an amalgam of different militant groups operating in Kashmir Tuesday termed the ongoing dialogue process between arch rivals India and Pakistan as a futile exercise.
13:21 Jul 19, 2011 PST
3 Militants, Soldier Killed in Ongoing Kashmir Gunfight
Srinagar, July 15: Three Lashkar-e-Toiba militants and an army man were killed and four soldiers injured in an ongoing encounter in Indian administered Kashmir.
13:33 Jul 15, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Leaders Condemn Mumbai Blasts
Srinagar, July 14: The Chief Minister of Indian administered Kashmir and senior separatist leaders have strongly condemned the serial blasts in Mumbai that left 18 persons dead and over 100 injured.
15:58 Jul 14, 2011 PST
German Tourist Found Dead in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 14: A female German tourist (Passport No. 2165083225 Visa No. AP-2692562) was found dead under mysterious circumstances at a hotel in the mountainous Leh region of Indian administered Kashmir.
13:26 Jul 14, 2011 PST
Army Fears Rise in Infiltration in Kashmir
In response to a question regarding purchase of hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani's recently released book, he said, 'There is no controversy in purchasing the book.
11:32 Jul 11, 2011 PST
Indian Parties Should Evolve Consensus on K Solution: Former CM
The former Chief minister of Indian administered Kashmir and former Indian Home Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Sunday said there was a need for the political parties in India to evolve a consensus on resolving the Kashmir issue with Pakistan.
12:34 Jul 10, 2011 PST
Top JeM Commander, Aide Killed in 18-Hr Long Kashmir Firefight
Srinagar, July 9: A top commander of the Pakistan based militant group Jaish Mohammad and his associate were killed in an 18-hour-long gunfight with Indian troops in Indian administered Kashmir on Saturday.
15:14 Jul 9, 2011 PST
Kashmir Issue Not About Money Or Guns
Addressing a public gathering at Sumbal in North Kashmir Omar said he has made it clear time and again that the elections, whether of Parliament, Assembly or Local Bodies, are not the answer to the resolution of political issues of Kashmir.
13:11 Jul 7, 2011 PST
9 Policemen Injured in Kashmir Attacks
Srinagar, July 6: At least nine policemen were injured, three of them critically, in twin militant attacks in Indian administered Kashmir on Wednesday.
12:49 Jul 6, 2011 PST
Kashmiri Youth Being Victimized: Former CM
Srinagar, July 5: The former Chief Minister of Indian administered Kashmir Mufti Mohammad Sayed Tuesday said the government has victimized a whole generation of youngsters to create an unreal surface calm in the region.
12:25 Jul 5, 2011 PST
Man Killed in Bear Attack in Kashmir
Srinagar, July 2: In yet another case of man-animal conflict, a man was killed and another sustained critical injuries after being attacked by a wild bear in Indian administered Kashmir.
11:45 Jul 2, 2011 PST
HM Commander, Aide Killed in Kashmir Firefight
Srinagar, June 27: Police said a top commander of the pro-Pakistan Hizbul Mujahideen and his close associate were killed in a fierce gunfight in Indian administered Kashmir on Monday.
13:25 Jun 27, 2011 PST
Repeal Draconian Laws in Kashmir: Interlocutor
Srinagar, June 25: One of the three interlocutors on Kashmir appointed by the Government of India has demanded repeal of what he termed draconian laws such as Armed Forces Special Powers Act and Public Safety Act (PSA) in the region.
13:45 Jun 25, 2011 PST
India-Pak Premiers Should Discuss Kashmir
Welcoming the India-Pakistan foreign secretary level talks he said the talks should be elevated to the Prime Minister's level, he said, 'It is a stark reality that the Kashmir issue is the biggest hurdle in the normalisation of relations between I
10:44 Jun 24, 2011 PST
India and Pakistan Dialogue Continues: Will Kashmir Be Issue of Discussion?
Srinagar, June 22: A day before Foreign Secretary level talks between arch rivals India and Pakistan, the chief minister of Indian administered Kashmir Omar Abdullah Thursday expressed hope that the Kashmir will be an issue during the India-Pakistan
14:49 Jun 22, 2011 PST
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