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Kashmir unrest: SC to hear PIL against Centre's funding to separatists

Kashmir unrest: SC to hear PIL against Centre's funding to separatists

Advocate ML Sharma had filed the plea which seeks to stop funding on separatists for foreign travel and the government spends other expenses as more than 100 crore on them.

In favour of withdrawing facilities given to Kashmiri separatists: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

In favour of withdrawing facilities given to Kashmiri separatists: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday said withdrawal of facilities given to Kashmiri separatists' was long overdue.

Hold talks with all stakeholders for peace in J&K, no compromise on national interest: All-party meet

Hold talks with all stakeholders for peace in J&K, no compromise on national interest: All-party meet

A unanimous statement of the APD released after the meeting appealed to the people of the state to shun the path of violence and resolve all the issues through dialogue and discussion.

No crackdown on Kashmiri separatists? Centre may not withdraw facilities given to them

No crackdown on Kashmiri separatists? Centre may not withdraw facilities given to them

It was earlier reported that the Centre may withdraw security, passports of the Hurriyat faction leaders and scrutinise their banks accounts.

Kashmir unrest: Rajnath to chair all-party meet today, Centre likely to curtail facilities to separatists

Kashmir unrest: Rajnath to chair all-party meet today, Centre likely to curtail facilities to separatists

The Centre is also likely to review facilities, including top security, provided to Kashmir separatists. The all-party delegation will assess the situation in Kashmir and chalk out a future strategy.

Government to withdraw security cover, curtail facilities given to Kashmiri separatists?

Government to withdraw security cover, curtail facilities given to Kashmiri separatists?

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the situation in Kashmir.

DNA: Analysis of why Hurriyat leaders say no to talks

Is violence in Kashmir the result of gratifications of Kashmiri separatist? Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Why Hurriyat leaders refuse to meet all-party delegation members? - Part II

Why Hurriyat rebuffed meeting with all party delegation in Kashmir? Watch complete news story of Taal Thok Ke for getting detailed updates!

Why Hurriyat leaders refuse to meet all-party delegation members?

Why Hurriyat and other Separatist rebuffed meeting with all party delegation in Kashmir? Watch complete news story of Taal Thok Ke about for getting detailed updates!

Army appeals for calm in Kashmir, says 'everyone needs to step back'

Army appeals for calm in Kashmir, says 'everyone needs to step back'

As unrest continues in Kashmir, Army Friday appealed for calm, saying "everyone needs to step back" and sit together to find a way out of the current situation.

'If 'jihad' is a sure shot way to 'jannat', why separatists keep their kids in safe heavens'

'If 'jihad' is a sure shot way to 'jannat', why separatists keep their kids in safe heavens'

MoS in PMO Jitendra Singh on Wednesday attacked Kashmiri separatists for misleading the youth to lay down their lives in the name of jihad.

Kashmiri separatist leaders arrested ahead of march to Jamia Masjid

Police Friday arrested separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq as they tried to march from their residences to historic Jamia Masjid in Nowhatta area of the city.

Kashmir government makes secret contact with separatists

Kashmir government makes secret contact with separatists

Apprehensive that the ongoing violent unrest may prolong - as in 2008 and 2010, the Jammu and Kashmir government has quietly reached out to separatists, seeking their help to calm anger on the streets following the killing of a top Hizbul Mujahideen commander, informed sources said on Friday.

Syed Ali Shah Geelani defies restrictions, detained

Syed Ali Shah Geelani defies restrictions, detained

 Hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani was today detained by police after he tried to defy restrictions and march to Martyrs graveyard in downtown area of the city.

Toll in Kashmir violence climbs to 24, curfew remains in force

Curfew Tuesday remained in force in many parts of the Valley including pockets of Srinagar city and Pulwama district as authorities braced for more protests on the fourth day of militant commander Burhan Wani's killing even as the toll in the violent clashes between protestors and security forces climbed to 24.

Anguished over Kashmir deaths; terrorism must be dealt with forcefully: Sonia Gandhi

Anguished over Kashmir deaths; terrorism must be dealt with forcefully: Sonia Gandhi

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday expressed anguish over the loss of innocent lives in protests in Kashmir following the killing of most wanted Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani last week.

If jihad so pious, why Kashmiri separatists' children tucked away in safe places, asks rebel leader's son

If jihad so pious, why Kashmiri separatists' children tucked away in safe places, asks rebel leader's son

He called on the Kashmiri youth to ask these leaders about their “real” motive. 

Mehbooba Mufti hints no separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits in J&K

Mehbooba Mufti hints no separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday hinted that her government might not create separate colonies or clusters for Kashmiri Pandits as proposed earlier.

Separatist leaders in Kashmir join hands against colonies for Pandits

Separatist leaders in Kashmir join hands against colonies for Pandits

It is for the first time since 2008 that the Kashmiri separatists, who are ideologically and politically divided, have joined hands.

Government should not ostracise writers, others: Zubin Mehta

Backing writers and others over the issue of "growing climate of intolerance" in the country, music maestro Zubin Mehta on Saturday said government should not ostracise them as doing so would amount to "cultural dictatorship".