BJP's Kashmir Displaced Unit demands political empowerment of KPs

BJP's Kashmir Displaced Unit has urged the Union government to "return and rehabilitate" Kashmiri Pandit community at "one place" in the Valley and demanded "political empowerment" for them.

No proposal for township for Kashmiri Pandits under consideration: Govt

No plan for creation of exclusive zones for Kashmiri pandits is under consideration, the government informed the Lok Sabha today putting to rest controversy revolving separate township for the displaced community.

Probe all suspicious deaths in J&K, says Union Minister Jitendra Singh

Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday called for a probe into all "suspicious" deaths in Jammu and Kashmir be it of a militant or anybody else.

'Set up judicial inquiry commission to probe exodus of KPs'

Panun Kashmir, an organisation of Kashmiri Pandits, on Tuesday demanded setting up of a judicial inquiry commission to probe the reasons behind the mass exodus of the community from the Valley.

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Kashmiri separatists have no right to say where Pandits will live: Togadia

Separatists have no right to tell where Kashmiri Pandits should live in Jammu and Kashmir, VHP on Thursday said asking the Centre and state governments to come out with a time-bound plan to rehabilitate them and ensure their safety.

Omar Abdullah takes swipe at Mufti over Kashmiri Pandit township issue

National Conference working president Omar Abdullah, on Thursday took a dig at Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Sayeed's stand in the state Assembly on townships for displaced Kashmiri Pandits, going back on his last month's categoric assertion that he will build segregated clusters for them.

Anupam Kher holidays after 30 years, off to 'my Kashmir`
Anupam Kher holidays after 30 years, off to 'my Kashmir`

Veteran actor Anupam Kher, a Kashmiri Pandit, is ecstatic about what he calls "a holiday in 30 years". And he's more excited as he's heading to "the most beautiful place on earth", Kashmir.

Parliamentary panel recommends minority status for Kashmiri Pandits

A Parliamentary committee has recommended that the Home Ministry should persuade the Jammu and Kashmir government to look into the issue of granting minority status to Kashmiri Pandits keeping in mind their "pitiable condition".

Only one Kashmiri Pandit family returns to Valley under govt package

Only one Kashmiri Pandit family has returned to the Valley availing a centrally-sponsored scheme announced by the government for return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri migrants, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

'BJP committed to rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits'

Senior BJP leader and MLA Nirmal Singh on Monday said his party was aware of problems faced by the displaced Kashmiri Pandit community and reiterated that his party was committed to their rehabilitation.

Kashmiri Pandits welcome BJP's vision document

All Party Migrant Coordination Committee (APMCC), an organisation working for the return and rehabilitation of the Kashmiri Pandits, on Saturday welcomed the vision document released by BJP which promised to initiate the process of "just and honourable" re-settlement of Kashmiri Pandits.

NPP releases manifesto, promises 3 separate states in J&K

Batting strongly for three separate states in Jammu and Kashmir, National Panthers Party on Wednesday released its manifesto which proposed referendum in Gilgit-Baltistan region and in PoK, delimitation of Assembly constituencies and the safe return of Kashmiri pandits to their homes.

Panun Kashmir welcomes UN's decision on Kashmir

An organisation representing Kashmiri Pandit community on Wednesday welcomed the United Nations' (UN) decision of not intervening in the Kashmir issue.

No place to call home for Kashmiri Pandits hit by floods

A Kashmiri Pandit family braved all odds to stay back when militancy engulfed the Valley in 1990 but the devastating flood last month has forced to live them separately after losing everything including the roof over their heads.

Indian cricketer Suresh Raina visits Line of Control in Kashmir

Indian cricketer Suresh Raina visited a forward post of the army in Jammu and Kashmir Sunday to boost the morale of the soldiers and acquaint himself with the hardships they face while protecting the country`s border.

Kashmiri Pandit groups meet Jitendra Singh over pilgrimage

Delegations of Kashmiri Pandit organisations on Friday met Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday seeking the Centre`s intervention in allowing a pilgrimage to Kounsarnag Lak in South Kashmir, a day after locals had protested against the event.

No outside prescriptions accepted for homeland: Panun

Panun Kashmir, a Jammu-based outfit representing displaced Kashmiri Pandits, on Thursday said that the community itself will decide on the formula for a "separate homeland" in the Valley and no prescriptions would be accepted from any quarter.

PM Narendra Modi opens Katra rail link, vows to walk Vajpayee`s path

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the Katra-Udhampur train service, calling it an "auspicious" moment for the country.

Kashmiri Pandit group seeks CBMs on return issue

A group of Kashmiri Pandits on Friday urged the Centre to announce confidence building measures while addressing the issue of their return to the Valley.