India rejects unwarranted reference by Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir at UNSC
Raking up Kashmir issues, Pakistan's newly appointed envoy to the UN Munir Akram said the Security Council has had uneven record in resolving threats and breaches of international peace and security and there has been prolonged inaction in some cases. He said Pakistan is concerned at the absence of action by the Security Council over the situation in J&K.
Answer every question raised on restrictions imposed in Kashmir: SC to J&K
The Supreme Court told the J&K administration that it will have to...
European delegation that toured Kashmir was on "private visit" to India: Govt
In the first visit by a foreign delegation, a team of 23 MEPs t...
SC, ST, educationally backward people in Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh will continue to get reservation in jobs: Government
"Before the revocation of Article 370 and 35A, 'The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Act, 2004' was in force to provide reservation in jobs to the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other socially and educationally backward classes in the erstwhile state of J&K," Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh said in a written reply to Lok Sabha.
Total normalcy in Kashmir, Internet to be restored at appropriate time: Amit Shah to Rajya Sabha
The Home Minister on Wednesday said in Rajya Sabha that the government will restore Internet connection in Kashmir as soon as the local administration feels it is fit to do so.
Understand India’s security preoccupations in Kashmir: Federica Mogherini
The EU is the first trade and investment partner of India. More than 6,000 European firms are established in India. But there is much more that we can do to unleash the full potential of our economic partnership, including by working together towards ambitious, balanced and mutually beneficial trade and investment agreements.
5,116 preventive arrests in J&K since Aug 4: Home Ministry
"5,161 preventive arrests, including stone pelters, miscreants, OGWs (overground workers), separatists and political workers were made since August 4, 2019, in Kashmir Valley," MoS home G Kishan Reddy said in a statement in the Rajya Sabha.
Kashmir trade body plans to sue government for shutdown damages
India turned Jammu & Kashmir into a union territory, tightening control in a move it said would rein in militancy in the region, and promote its development. But KCCI said development was elusive, thanks to a protracted shutdown after people closed markets and businesses as a mark of protest, and for fear of reprisals from insurgents.
765 arrested in J-K for stone pelting since abrogation of Article 370
"Since August 5, 2019 to November 15, 2019, 765 people have been arrested in 190 cases registered relating to stone pelting/law and order. From January 1, 2019 to August 4, 2019, 361 number of such cases were registered," Union minister of state for home G Kishan Reddy said replying to a written question in the Lok Sabha.
J-K situation fully normal, noone died in police firing since Aug 5: Amit Shah
Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah addressed Rajya Sabha and said the condition in Kashmir valley is "fully normal" and there were no casualties reported due to police firing since August 5th when Article 370 was abrogated thereby ending the special status that was earlier conferred to Jammu and Kashmir.
India and Pakistan's Davis Cup clash to be held in Kazakstan
The Asia/Oceania Group I match had initially been planned for September, but was pushed back to November 29-30 after safety fears were raised by India amid tensions between the neighbouring nations over Kashmir.
Pakistan resumes postal mail service with India: Pak media
Tensions between India and Pakistan spiked after New Delhi abrogated provisions of Article 370 and bifurcated it into two Union Territories. India's August 5 decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties. Islamabad suspended all communication links with India as well as the trade ties.
Saffron prices rise 15% as snowfall damages crop in Kashmir
Farmers have requested the Jammu & Kashmir administration to start a crop insurance policy.
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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