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India to review 'MFN' status to Pakistan; PM Modi to chair high-level meet today

India to review 'MFN' status to Pakistan; PM Modi to chair high-level meet today

India granted the MFN status to Pakistan in 1996 but the neighbouring country has so far not reciprocated.

Rajnath Singh to visit Leh, Kargil on October 3-4, interact with people

Rajnath Singh to visit Leh, Kargil on October 3-4, interact with people

As part of Centre's efforts to reach out to Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Leh and Kargil early next month and interact with a cross section of people there.

'Jadoo ki Jhappi' – this is how Army intends to 'calm down' tension in South Kashmir

'Jadoo ki Jhappi' – this is how Army intends to 'calm down' tension in South Kashmir

The Indian Army has now decided to blend its Operation 'Calm Down' with 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' to soothe tension in the area and build confidence among the local residents to open up their establishments which have remained shut for nearly three months.

Indian Army resorting to 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' to 'calm down' South Kashmir

Blending its Operation 'Calm Down' with 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' (magical hug), Army is now foraying into the interiors of South Kashmir, giving a semblance of law and order and building up confidence among the locals to open their establishments which have been shut for nearly three months.

Man decamps with AK-47 rifle of security guard in Kashmir

A relative of a former legislator today decamped with the service rifle of his security guard in Shopian district of south Kashmir, police said.

Kashmir unrest: Curfew imposed in Kulgam district's Koimoh town

Kashmir unrest: Curfew imposed in Kulgam district's Koimoh town

Curfew was imposed on Wednesday in Koimoh town of south Kashmir's Kulgam district in view of the separatists call for a march, while restrictions on the assembly of people continued in the rest of the Valley.

India, Nigeria discuss intelligence sharing on terrorism

India and Nigeria have held discussions on the perception, exchange of information or intelligence related to terrorism and have agreed, if at all, to evolve joint action to counter this ever looming threat.

Curfew relaxed for six hours in J&K's Kishtwar district

Curfew relaxed for six hours in J&K's Kishtwar district

Authorities today gave a six-hour relaxation in curfew that was imposed on Sunday in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir following a stone pelting incident triggered by arrest of three separatists.

Kashmiri student detained for posting 'anti-national' comments

A Kashmiri student of a private college here was detained today for allegedly posting "anti-national" comments on social media site Facebook after the Uri terror attack, police said.

Seema Suraksha Bal camp attacked in Srinagar, combing ops underway

Seema Suraksha Bal camp attacked in Srinagar, combing ops underway

Some unidentified militants on Tuesday evening hurled grenades at the Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) camp attacked in Soura, Srinagar.

Must watch video! This is how young Indian envoy silenced Pakistan at the United Nations

Must watch video! This is how young Indian envoy silenced Pakistan at the United Nations

Soon after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's speech at UNGA, India rebutted Pakistan at the United Nations.

Militant hideout busted in J&K's Doda, ammunition, radio sets, maps seized

Militant hideout busted in J&K's Doda, ammunition, radio sets, maps seized

In a major crackdown against Pakistan-backed terrorists, the security forces on Tuesday busted a militant hideout in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district.

Kashmiris seek compensation for losses due to Indus Waters Treaty

Jammu and Kashmir politicians are seeking compensation for losses caused by the India-Pakistan Indus Waters Treaty that has robbed the state of its huge hydro-power potential, estimated to be over 25,000 MW.

Modi govt doesn't have stable policy towards Pak: Ghulam Nabi Azad

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today charged that the Narendra Modi government does not have a "stable" policy towards Pakistan and has not been able to decide on how to put Islamabad in the dock in the wake of the Uri attack.

Girl dies in road mishap caused by stone pelting in Srinagar

A girl died in a road accident caused by a stone-pelting mob in Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday.

Curfew continues for 3rd day in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar

Curfew continues for 3rd day in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar

 The curfew imposed in Kishtwar district following a stone pelting incident triggered by arrest of three separatists remained in force for the third day today.

Shiv Sena activists `ready` to become human bombs to destroy Pakistan

Shiv Sena activists `ready` to become human bombs to destroy Pakistan

Shiv Sena activists have handed over a memorandum, urging the Centre to declare war against Pakistan.

`Chinese intervention in India-Pakistan relations would not be welcomed`

Last week, consul general of China in Lahore, Yu Boren, was quoted as saying that China will extend support to Pakistan in the case of "foreign aggression".

Kashmir Valley remains curfew-free

No area in Kashmir is under curfew today, but restrictions on the assembly of people are in place in many parts of the Valley as a precautionary measure.

Muslim spiritual heads discuss Kashmir situation with Rajnath Singh

A delegation of heads of eminent Khanqahs and Dargahs led by the Chief of the Ajmer Sharif have appealed to people in the Kashmir Valley to keep calm and peace there and help the government to return normalcy in the state.