J & K
Militants shot dead Police officer in South Kashmir

Suspected militants shot dead a police officer in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday evening. According to spokesperson, a police officer, identified as Gowhar Ahmad, was shot dead by suspected terrorists in Yaripora area in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday evening. He was riding a motorcycle to his home when terrorists opened fire.

Army pays tribute to fallen soldiers on Kargil Vijay Diwas

 The Army today paid glowing tribute to the soldiers who laid down their lives in the 1999 Kargil conflict in poignant ceremonies across Jammu and Kashmir. 

Separatist leader and DFP chief Shabir Shah arrested for funding terror

In a late evening development, Jammu & Kashmir police on Tuesday arrested another separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah in connection with the alleged terror financing case on the instruction of the Enforcement Directorate, the official sources said.

Cross LoC trade suspended in Kashmir, drugs sized

Three days after police seized a large quantity of drugs from a truck travelling from Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) to this side, the cross LoC trade between the two sides remained suspended on Tuesday.

Hajj-2017: Mehbooba sees off first batch of pilgrims

The process of leaving for performing Hajj this year commenced from today with the first batch from the State leaving for the blessed land early morning today.

Delhi Court sends Hurriyat leaders to 10-day NIA custody

 A court in New Delhi on Tuesday remanded seven Hurriyat leaders in NIA custody for 10 days after they were arrested from Srinagar for receiving hawala money and fuelling unrest in the valley.

Yashwant Sinha-led Group visiting Kashmir in August
The Concerned Citizens Group led by Yashwant Sinha is visit Kashmir early next month to take push for dialogue and update itself with the present situation in the valley.
 
 
Mehbooba for identifying one hospital to be developed as model in each constituency

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today directed identification of one Hospital in each Assembly constituency and equipping it in terms of manpower and machinery, so that it is developed as a model health centre and people don’t have to travel long distances for treatment at District Hospitals or capital cities.

NIA arrests: 7 Hurriyat leaders to be produced in court

The seven Hurriyat leaders arrested by NIA will be produced before the Special Judge, NIA, Patilala House in New Delhi tomorrow (Tuesday).

Army orders Court of Inquiry in cops’ thrashing: Police

Days after thrashing of policemen by army soldiers in Ganderbal, police Monday said that army has ordered a Court of Inquiry into the incident.

Police arrest 20 accused over lynching of DySP in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) Monday revealed that 20 people involved in the lynching of a police officer to death have been arrested and many of them were coming out of Jamia Masjid to welcome Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.

Tarigami suffers heart attack

CPI (M) leader and MLA Kulgam M Y Tarigami was Sunday morning admitted at SK Institute of Medical Sciences Soura, after he complained of severe heart problem.

Third party mediation on Kashmir unacceptable: Mehbooba
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday ruled out international intervention in Kashmir, saying that India and Pakistan can resolve the issue bilaterally.
 
 
NIA serves notices to TeH leaders again: Hurriyat (G)
Hurriyat (G) on Saturday said that National Investigation Agency (NIA) has once again served notices to Tehreek-e-Huriyat leaders including Mohammad Altaf Shah and Raja Meraj-u-Din Kalwal and asked them to attend Humhama camp on Monday.
 
 
Kashmir is world’s highest militarized zone: Hurriyat (M)
Hurriyat Conference (M) said the incident at Gund, Ganderbal where policemen were beaten mercilessly by the Army men once again beings to fore the dangerous and serious situation in Kashmir where even those who are the state’s own agencies and at the forefront of following the state’s agenda of repression, are not spared because they are seen as Kashmiris and hence liable to be beaten killed tortured maimed blinded or whatever they deem fit.