JAMU & KASHMIR
ET Awards: Bold steps putting India on track, not creating fear, says Home Minister
Speaking at the ET Awards for Corporate Excellence on Saturday evening, Shah said the government has shown the ability to take hard decisions that had become essential to lay the foundation for the long-term development of the country
ISI's sinister plan of killing more 'non-residents' in Kashmir exposed
Intelligence sources in Srinagar revealed that the new objective of Is...
UN chief appeals to India, Pakistan to deal with Kashmir issue through dialogue
The UN chief's Deputy Spokesman Farhan Haq during a media bri...
J&K communication blockade eased, 280 e-terminals set up
"As many as 2,30,418 persons used the internet facilities across 10 districts of Kashmir valley," said the report provided by the Union territory to the home ministry.
Parliamentary panel to review J&K & Ladakh situation tomorrow
The parliamentary panel will seek to know the exact number of detentions, house arrests and habeas corpus cases filed in the Valley, which came under a communications blockade since August 5.
UNESCO General Conference: India responds to Pak Minister’s propaganda on Kashmir, Ayodhya
India responded to Pakistan Minister Shafqat Mahmood's propaganda on Kashmir and Ayodhya, at 40th UNESCO General Conference - General Policy...
Private construction work in full swing in Kashmir
Besides the hike in wages of daily-rated labourers, there has been 15 to 25 per cent increase in the costs of bricks, sand, stone and cement.
Shutting down mobile, landline, internet in J&K for 90 days not temporary measure, SC told
The orders passed by the IGP, Kashmir range, shutting down the telecommunications services in the state, were prima facie illegal as an officer of the home secretary's rank was authorised to pass such orders, a bench headed by Justice N V Ramana was told by lawyer Vrinda Grover, appearing in a case for Anuradha Bhasin, the executive editor of Kashmir Times.
5 migrant labourers from West Bengal killed by terrorists in Kashmir
The attack happened on a day a delegation of parliamentarians from the EU is visiting Kashmir to talk to locals and ask them about their experience after the abrogation of J&K's special status under Article 370 of the Constitution in August.
Kashmir lockdown: Pre-paid mobile services barred for 85th day
The Centre imposed a communication blockade in the Valley, a day before Article 370 was scrapped on August 5. Post-paid cell phones without SMS facility were activated two months after landlines were opened.
SC refuses to pass any interim direction on pleas challenging abrogation of Article 370
A 5-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice N V Ramana said that passing any interim order might lead to delay in the matter and the apex court would settle all the issues at one go after hearing all the parties.
EU MPs in Kashmir say Article 370 internal issue, stand by India in fight against terror
On the last day of their two-day visit to the Valley, the EU parliamentarians addressed a press conference, stating that Article 370 and its abrogation is India's internal matter. They were invited by an NGO and were not on a official visit.
Orders for phone, internet services shutdown in J&K "illegal & unconstitutional", SC told
A bench headed by Justice N V Ramana was told that even after 90 days, communication services -- data, internet, pre-paid mobiles and SMS -- were not operational in the Kashmir Valley, affecting the working of the media. Advocate Vrinda Grover said the state has the power to put reasonable restrictions on the rights conferred under Article 19.
Militant associate involved in threatening civilians arrested in J-K's Pulwama
"Police in Awantipora arrested a terrorist associate involved in threatening and intimidating locals in Tral area. He has been identified as Asif Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Larow Jageer Tral," a police official said. He also said as per the police records, Bhat was involved in publishing and circulation of threat posters in the area.
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