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.
Another truck driver shot dead by militants in south Kashmir
On October 14, two terrorists, including a suspected Pakistani national, shot de...
Migrant labourer, apple trader shot dead in Kashmir
In two separate incidents on Wednesday in Kashmir, unidentified gunmen shot dead an apple...
Shopian orchardists panic after truck driver's murder
Two of the suspected militants boarded the truck and directed Khan to drive it towards the highway. “After a few metres, Khan rammed the truck into a wall. The militants then asked him to block the junction leading to the highway,” a police official told ET.
Hours after mobiles restored, SMS services blocked in Kashmir
Mobile phone services for post-paid subscribers resumed in Kashmir after 72 days on Monday noon.
Srinagar businessman Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali linked to ISI, POK netas
According to sources in the Intelligence Bureau, Watali, who heads the Trison Group of companies, allegedly uses his business to channel ISI funds to India for separatist activities.
EC announces repoll in Srinagar
The decision to hold repolling comes within hours of the Election Commission deferring election in the Anantnag Parliamentary constituency from April 12 to May 25.
Omar Abdullah lone hope for National Conference in Budgam district
Omar, who was making his debut from Beerwah Assembly seat, was leading over his nearest Congress rival Nazir Ahmed Khan by 2016 votes.
J&K polls: Voting peaceful, 44 per cent turnout till 2 PM
Undeterred by the recent spurt in militant attacks, an estimated 44 per cent voters exercised their franchise till 2 PM today for 16 constituencies in the third round of the five-phased Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls.
27 per cent voters exercise franchise till noon in Jammu and Kashmir
Ignoring calls for poll boycott and braving the cold weather, over 27% of the electorate today exercised their franchise till noon in J&K.
Polling underway for third phase Jammu and Kashmir polls
Braving cold weather, nearly 12% of the electorate today exercised their franchise in the first two hours of voting in 16 constituencies of J&K.
J&K: 64 crorepatis, 9 facing criminal charges contesting in third phase
64 crorepatis and nine candidates facing criminal charges are among the 138 in fray in 16 constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir which will go to polls in the third phase on December 9.
Quick-service eateries opt for slow expansion for per store profitability
Indian QSR saw entrepreneurs aim for growth at any cost on the thesis that quality would win a customer's loyalty to a neighbourhood outlet.
It's OK if minorities don't repay loans, Karnataka Congress chief G Parameshwara says
KPCC president G Parameshwara on Saturday suggested it's all right for them to cheat by not repaying loans taken from government agencies.
AQ Khan implicates Pak military in nuclear sales to North Korea
A payout of $3.5 mn in US dollars stashed in a fruit carton along with some jewelry for high-ranking Pak generals lubricated Islamabad's nuclear proliferation to N Korea.