Right time has come for Kashmiri Pandits to be back in Kashmir: Anurag Thakur
While addressing a press conference in Jammu, MoS for Finance &...
Prepaid mobile connections restored in Jammu and Kashmir
Internet service providers have been asked to provide fixed line Internet connectivi...
How European economic major Germany nixed Chinese plans on Kashmir in UNSC
ET has learnt that Germany advocated that there has been improveme...
NITI Aayog member justifies internet ban in J&K
NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat asseted that internet services were suspended in Jammu and Kashmir to prevent certain elements from "misusing" information that could affect law and order situation there. On recent protests in Delhi's JNU, he said the institution has become a "political battleground" with half of the teachers being "hardcore Leftists".
Kashmiri Pandits observe 'holocaust day', seek early return and rehabilitation in Valley
The protest was part of the 'holocaust day' which is being observed by the displaced community who were forced to flee from Kashmir to Jammu and other states in the early 90s soon after the outbreak of militancy. Convenor of protest said this year the 'holocaust day was observed in the backdrop of historical decisions taken by the government with regards to J&K.
Right time for Kashmiri Pandits to return: Anurag Thakur
"I think the right time has come for Kashmiri Pandits to be back in Kashmir and to get their rightful rights back. It's not only time but they've lost everything in life. They didn't deserve to go through the treatment they've gone through," Thakur said in a press conference here.
J-K a 'jewel' of country, Centre will soon come out with industrial package for UT: Goyal
Goyal was in Jammu as part a week-long public outreach programme initiated by the Centre to apprise people of the potential benefits of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status after nullification of Article 370 of the Constitution.
Nobody gives NITI Aayog member the right to utter nonsense against us: KCCI on 'dirty films' remark
The KCCI recently submitted a detailed report about the business losses in the Kashmir valley to Lieutenant Governor G C Murmu and Union minister of Commerce Piyush Goyal as well as MoS PMO Jitendra Singh.
Kashmir issue should not be discussed at any common platform: Russian Foreign Minister
His made remarks at a press meet in Moscow responding to a query sent by ET on Russia's position on repeated attempts to discuss Kashmir issue at the UN Security Council despite failure at first meeting in August 2019. Lavrov visited Delhi earlier this week. The comments hold significance after yet another Chinese attempt at UNSC to internationalise issue fell flat.
China defends raising Kashmir issue at UNSC to de-escalate Indo-Pak tensions
China's comments came a day after India asserted that Beijing's latest attempt to raise the Kashmir issue at the UNSC on Pakistan's behalf has failed, with an overwhelming majority of the 15-member body expressing the view that it was not the right forum to discuss the bilateral issue between India and Pakistan.
God wanted PM Narendra Modi to do 'holy job' of abrogating Article 370: MoS Jitendra Singh
While speaking on abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Jitendra Singh, ...
Prepaid mobile services restored across J&K after over five-month suspension
Principal Secretary of Planning Commission in Jammu & Kashmir Rohit Kansal informed that the voice and SMS facilities shall be restored on a...
Pakistan's bid to raise Kashmir issue at UNSC fails again; members say it's a bilateral matter
India has slammed Pakistan for again trying to raise the Kashmir issue in the UN Security Council where it failed one more time to find any ...
Not ready for peace with India without resolving Kashmir issue in just manner: Pakistan Foreign Minister
Addressing the CSIS think-tank on Thursday, Qureshi reiterated Pakistan's demand that US President Donald Trump should mediate to resolve the Kashmir issue.Ties between India and Pakistan came under severe strain after New Delhi revoked Jammu and Kashmir's special status and bifurcated it into two Union Territories on August 5, evoking strong reactions from Islamabad.
UNSC members may thwart China’s bid to raise Kashmir
Except for China, all the other four permanent members of the UN Security Council — France, Russia, the US and the UK — have consistently backed New Delhi’s position that disputes between India and Pakistan are bilateral in nature.
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