Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in Jammu and Kashmir believes that many of their wards, who went missing in custody in the last 20 years, might be buried in countless graves lacking epitaphs and identities.
Airports Authority of India (AAI) is investing over Rs 322 crore on modernising and expanding J&K’s three major airports in Srinagar, Leh and Jammu.
J&K High Court constituted a three-member team comprising a judge, administrator and a doctor to visit the crowded Kotbalwal Jail and report about the problems of detainees.
Era of conventional politics with ideology running supreme is almost over. In Kashmir, politics is a career with power as prize for which political beings easily convert and change ideologies.
J&K government is carrying out an elaborate survey to identify the individuals and families rendered destitute by the two-decade-old turmoil.
National Conference (NC) patriarch Dr Farooq Abdullah foresees general elections by October as UPA government is “determined” to go ahead with the US nuclear deal.
Home Ministry has restrained four more Kashmir groups from accepting any foreign contribution taking the number of blacklisted associations prohibited from receiving any foreign aid to 13 in the last few years.
Almost seventeen years after Kashmir’s minority Pandit community migrated to Jammu and other parts in the mainland.
National Conference president Omar Abdullah was worried that with Pervez Musharaf’s supporters losing in Pakistan, a golden opportunity was lost by India and Pakistan for settling the J&K problem.
Kashmir militants have ‘regretted’ the ‘failure’ of Deoband’s religious scholars in making a distinction between Jihad and terrorism. They said the decree was correct but one-sided. .
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