Azad, Soni to attend first J-K Congress executive meet since Article 370 nullification
During their two-day visit, Azad and Soni will attend a meeting of the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) executive on January 17 to discuss current political developments and the future road map for the party, the Congress said in a statement here.
Scraping Art 370 historic step, disrupted plans of 'western neighbour, its proxies': Army chief
The armed forces have a "zero tolerance again...
Broadband, 2G Internet partially restored in Jammu and Kashmir
The services, would, however, be restored partially. The sources said that the...
Article 370 abrogation: PSA against 26 people in J-K revoked
The Jammu and Kashmir home department has revoked the stringent Public Safety Act against 26 people who are lodged in various jails in the n...
Article 370: SC orders restoration of internet in Kashmir for all essential services
The Supreme Court, today, ordered the restoration of internet for all essential services and directed that the orders will have to be review...
Situation in Kashmir violates human rights: US Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
The situation in Kashmir violates human rights, a US Congresswoman has said, as she joined as cosponsors to a resolution urging India to end restrictions on communications and mass detentions in the newly-created Union Territory.
10-15 drone sightings daily along Pakistan border after Article 370 repeal: Officials
This was suspected to be a surveillance exercise from across the border. Between August 5 and October, 2019, at least 10-15 drones were sighted daily by security agencies like the Border Security Force (BSF) besides local police and others in frontier areas.
US says foreign envoys' visit to J-K 'important step'; expresses concern over detentions
In the first such trip by foreign diplomats post August 5, envoys of 15 countries, including the US, last week visited Jammu and Kashmir where they interacted with select political representatives, civil society members as well as top military brass with the Indian government rejecting criticism that it was a "guided tour".
Fully prepared to respond to any act of Indian aggression: Pakistan Army
At a press conference in New Delhi on Saturday ahead of the Army Day on January 15, Gen Naravane said that his force can take control of PoK if it gets orders from the political authority. Pakistan Army also said that the statements made by the Indian Army chief usually are routine rhetoric for domestic audiences to get out of the internal turmoil.
There was normalcy in Srinagar, the way it was before August 5: Philippines envoy
Philippines ambassador to India Ramon Bagatsing Jr, who was part of the delegation that went to the Valley on a two-day visit, said the visi...
View: Why the protests remind us of Gandhi’s Khilafat movement
What is remarkable about these protests is their organic nature. Muslim students took the lead. Having watched the government and Hindutva organisations push their divisive agenda since 2014, the CAA broke the dam of fear and intimidation.
Article 370: Supreme Court verdict Friday on pleas challenging curbs in Jammu & Kashmir
On November 21, the Centre had justified restrictions imposed in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of provisions of Article 370 and said that due to the preventive steps taken, neither a single life was lost nor a single bullet fired.
Support for India's initiatives in Jammu & Kashmir increases in US Congress
Congressman Scott Perry (Republican-Pennsylvania) recently made a statement in the House in support of Government of India’s initiative in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). He was the sixth Congressman to support India's moves in J & K.
People in J-K are happy with current situation: Vietnam’s Envoy to India
Vietnam's Ambassador to India, Pham Sanh Chau, visited Jammu & Kashmir on January 10. Speaking to ANI, Sanh Chau asserted that the situation...
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