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Curfew continues only in 3 south Kashmir districts

Authorities on Thursday continued curfew only in three south Kashmir districts of Anantnag, Kulgam and Pulwama.

Three die in flash floods, house collapse in Jammu

Two minor girls and a woman were on Wednesday killed in flash floods and house collapse triggered by heavy rains in Jammu region, even as the Jammu-Srinagar national highway remained closed in Ramban district due to landslides.

Protests over 'sacrilegious act' in Jammu, case registered

People on Wednesday held a protest and blocked Jammu-Poonch Highway over an alleged act of "sacrilege" in Jammu city today as police registered a case in this regard.

No curfew in Srinagar, continues in south Kashmir

Curfew continued in south Kashmir districts on Wednesday while only restrictions were imposed in parts of Srinagar city and elsewhere after it was lifted on Tuesday in the tense valley.

CPI(M) Kashmir criticises DG CRPF for his comment on pellet guns

 Jammu and Kashmir unit of CPI(M) on Tuesday criticised the Director General of CRPF for his statement on use of pellet guns in the Valley, saying it amounted to "erosion of political authority" by the security apparatus in view of the directions from Union Home Ministry.

Army officer commits suicide

An Army officer allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with his service rifle inside a camp in south Kashmir's Kulgam district, police said on Tuesday. 

2 killed as vehicle falls into gorge

 Two persons were killed on Tuesday when a car they were travelling in skidded off a road and fell into a 170-feet deep gorge in Doda district on Tuesday.

Pakistan directly involved in proxy war in Kashmir: Lt. Gen Hooda

Lieutenant General D.S. Hooda (Northern Command Chief) on Tuesday said there is no doubt that Pakistan has been interfering in Kashmir and has a direct role in what can be termed as `proxy war` in Kashmir.

Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir

Authorities continued curfew and restrictions on Tuesday in the Kashmir Valley.

BSF trooper stabs colleague, escapes with weapon in J&K

 A Border Security Force (BSF) trooper on Sunday stabbed a colleague and escaped with the latter`s light machine gun (LMG) on the border in Jammu and Kashmir.

Kashmir needs political solution, Omar tells Rajnath

Jammu and Kashmir needs a political solution and not economic packages, former Omar Abdullah told Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

Burhan Wani protest: Curfew lifted from four districts of Kashmir Valley, parts of Srinagar

Burhan Wani protest: Curfew lifted from four districts of Kashmir Valley, parts of Srinagar

Curfew was lifted from four districts of Kashmir and parts of Srinagar city in view of the improving situation in these areas but remained in force in the rest of the Valley as a precautionary measure.

5 booked for 'provocation' in Kishtwar

Five persons have been booked for their alleged involvement in anti-India activities and indulging in "provocation" to disturb peace in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir.

1,282 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra from Jammu

A fresh batch of 1,282 pilgrims on Thursday left for twin base camps of Amarnath cave shrine in South Kashmir Himalayas amidst tight security.

Burhan Wani protest: Separatists extend shutdown in Valley till July 25 as death toll reaches 44

Burhan Wani protest: Separatists extend shutdown in Valley till July 25 as death toll reaches 44

With Kashmir witnessing unrest following protests over the last few days post killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani, the separatists on Wednesday extended shutdown in the valley up to July 25 even as the authorities have clamped curfew in certain regions.

Kashmiri Pandits will be rehabilitated in Uttar Pradesh: Amar Singh

Kashmiri Pandits will be rehabilitated in Uttar Pradesh: Amar Singh

Hitting out at the PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir for its "failure" on a range of issues, SP leader Amar Singh said Kashmiri Pandits will be rehabilitated in Uttar Pradesh.

Newspapers in Jammu and Kashmir to resume publication from tomorrow

Newspapers in Jammu and Kashmir to resume publication from tomorrow

Kashmir newspapers are expected to hit the stands on Thursday after the government assured editors and publishers.

1,000 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra from Jammu

A fresh batch of 1,000 pilgrimson Wednesday left for the twin base camps of Amarnath cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas amidst tight security.

Another batch of Amarnath yatris reaches Valley as yatra resumes

The annual Amarnath Yatra resumed on Wednesday as another batch of pilgrims was allowed from winter capital Jammu to move to the Valley late on Tuesday evening.

Kashmir situation still tense as sporadic violence continues amid curfew, toll reaches 42

Kashmir situation still tense as sporadic violence continues amid curfew, toll reaches 42

Curfew and a separatist-called shutdown continued for the 10th day, crippling normal life across the restive Kashmir Valley.