Separatist shutdown hits life in Kashmir, no untoward incident reported
Separatist shutdown hits life in Kashmir, no untoward incident reported

A shutdown called by separatists on Saturday affected life in the Kashmir Valley, but police said no untoward incident took place anywhere.

J&K govt cracks down on separatists, places Geelani, Masarat Alam under house arrest
J&K govt cracks down on separatists, places Geelani, Masarat Alam under house arrest

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Thursday placed separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Masarat Alam under house arrest ahead of their rally in South Kashmir's Tral town on Friday.

BJP's state, centre units on same page over Masarat Alam issue

A day after separatists raised pro-Pakistan slogans and waived Pakistani flags at a rally in Srinagar, prompting demands for action against them, BJP Thursday said the party, both in the state and at central level, was on the same page to deal with such elements with a strong hand.

No Israeli-type settlements for Kashmiri Pandits: Mufti

Reiterating his opposition to composite townships for Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed Friday said his government was committed to bring the displaced community back but ruled out setting up "Israeli-type" separate clusters for their settlement.

Kashmiri Pandits join JKLF protest against separate township
Kashmiri Pandits join JKLF protest against separate township

In a surprise development, a group of Kashmiri Pandits living in the Valley Friday joined separatist JKLF-sponsored protest against the proposed setting up of an exclusive township for the migrant minority community.

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Pakistan Day dinner in Delhi: Separatists including Masarat Alam invited

India on Monday reacted sharply to Pakistan's High Commissioner to New Delhi, Abdul Basit, for inviting Kashmiri separatist leaders for a dinner to mark the Pakistan Day in Delhi.

Pak, India need to start 'new chapter' in ties: Nawaz Sharif

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said it is imperative that the leadership in Pakistan and India should rise to the expectations of their people and the two nations need to start a "new chapter" in ties by working towards resolving all outstanding issues through dialogue.

Indo-Pak talks not at the cost of dignity, self-respect: Nawaz Sharif
Indo-Pak talks not at the cost of dignity, self-respect: Nawaz Sharif

A day after a handshake with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that talks with India should not be at the cost of his country's "dignity, self-respect and reputation".

India non-committal on Modi-Sharif meeting on SAARC sidelines

India on Monday remained non-committal on having a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines on the SAARC summit in Nepal later this month.

Pakistan calls Kashmiri separatists 'freedom fighters'

 Pakistan on Thursday called Kashmiri separatists "freedom fighters", a day after Defence Minister Arun Jaitley asked the country to draw a red line and decide whether it wants to talk to Government or those who want to break India.

J&K polls: PM to lead BJP's 'Mission Kashmir'
J&K polls: PM to lead BJP's 'Mission Kashmir'

After Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the party's campaign for Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections.

D Raja condemns separatists for hindering Kashmir flood relief operations

Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja on Wednesday deplored separatists for allegedly creating roadblocks in army rescue efforts in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

JKLF chief Yasin Malik 'hijacks' rescue boat in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir
JKLF chief Yasin Malik 'hijacks' rescue boat in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmiri separatist leaders have been left exposed once again – this time by the floods in Jammu and Kashmir.

India disappointed with Pak, but will continue efforts to improve ties: Modi
India disappointed with Pak, but will continue efforts to improve ties: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed his disappointment at the cancellation of secretary-level talks with Pakistan and flayed the neighbouring country for engaging secessionists in Kashmir.

Kashmiri separatists meeting Pakistani leaders is an `old tradition`: Vaidik

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev`s close aide Ved Pratap Vaidik who was recently in headlines after meeting with the 26/11 mastermind and Lashkar-e-Toiba chief Hafiz Saeed, said on Wednesday that Kashmiri separatists meeting Pakistani leaders is an `old tradition`.

Were seven PMs wrong in facilitating separatists` talks: Yasin Malik

Claiming seven past Indian prime ministers had "facilitated" meetings between Kashmiri separatists and visiting Pakistani leaders in India, JKLF leader Yasin Malik Tuesday asked if they were all wrong and the present Narendra Modi government, which called off talks with Pakistan, was "Mr Right".

Pak envoy invite to separatists `strange and ironical`: VHP

Jammu and Kashmir unit of VHP on Monday termed the invite by Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit to Kashmiri separatists as "strange and ironical", saying the neighbouring country is playing with the sovereignty of India.

PDP welcomes Hurriyat-Pak talks

Opposition People`s Democratic Party welcomed the meeting between Kashmiri separatists and Pakistan Premier`s advisor Sartaj Aziz, saying the process should be carried forward in all its dimensions.