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Separatists extend five-month long shutdown in Kashmir Valley by a week

Separatists extend five-month long shutdown in Kashmir Valley by a week

Separatists on Wednesday extended the near about five-month long shutdown by a week even as the unrest is showing signs of fatigue with people defying the strike calls and increasing their activity.

After four-month long strike, signs of normalcy return to Kashmir Valley

After four-month long strike, signs of normalcy return to Kashmir Valley

Increased movement of people and traffic in Srinagar and other main towns of Kashmir hinted at return of normalcy in the Valley where separatists have called for a meeting of all stakeholders on Tuesday to chalk out the future course of action with regard to the current unrest.

Curfew lifted from six areas of Srinagar, normal life remains paralyzed

Curfew lifted from six areas of Srinagar, normal life remains paralyzed

Curfew was on Saturday lifted from six police station areas of the city but normal life remained affected in Kashmir for the 106th straight day due to the separatist-sponsored strike.

 Curfew, restrictions in Kashmir ahead of Friday prayers

Curfew, restrictions in Kashmir ahead of Friday prayers

Curfew was on Friday clamped in six police station areas of the city and restrictions imposed in rest of Kashmir as a precautionary measure ahead of Friday prayers, affecting life in the Valley which showed a semblance of normalcy this week after over 100 days of unrest.

Hurriyat leader Al-Moosvi meets Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit, discusses J&K's situation

Hurriyat leader Al-Moosvi meets Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit, discusses J&K's situation

All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) leader Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi on Tuesday met Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit and discussed the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

Curfew lifted across Kashmir Valley, normal life paralysed

Curfew lifted across Kashmir Valley, normal life paralysed

Authorities on Saturday lifted curfew across Kashmir following improvement in the situation, but normal life remained affected due to the unrest which erupted after killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani in July.

Curfew in interior areas of Srinagar continues for 97th day

Curfew in interior areas of Srinagar continues for 97th day

Curfew today remained in force in interior areas of Srinagar as a precautionary measure even as normal life remained affected in the Valley for the 97th day.

Curfew clamped in some parts of Srinagar in view of Muhurram

Authorities on Monday clamped curfew in 11 police station areas of Srinagar as a precautionary measure in view of the eighth day of Muhurram.

'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.

Curfew clamped in Pulwama, Baramulla districts

Normal life also remained disrupted in the Kashmir Valley for the 73rd straight day.

Kashmir Valley shut for 62nd consecutive day

Authorities made heavy deployment of security forces in Srinagar and other areas of the Kashmir Valley on Thursday as life remained paralysed for the 62nd consecutive day, officials said.

Kashmir unrest: Youth killed in fresh clashes in Valley, toll climbs to 76

Kashmir unrest: Youth killed in fresh clashes in Valley, toll climbs to 76

The cycle of violence continued in Kashmir with a youth getting killed on Tuesday in a clash between stone pelters and security forces in Anantnag even as curfew was lifted from entire Srinagar district but life remained disrupted for 60th day due to separatist-sponsored strike.

Kashmir Valley remains shut for 58th day, heavy security deployed in Srinagar

Kashmir Valley remains shut for 58th day, heavy security deployed in Srinagar

Authorities made heavy security deployment in Srinagar and other places of the Kashmir Valley Monday to maintain law and order.

Kashmir unrest: J&K Secretariat office set on fire as fresh clashes break out in Shopian

Kashmir unrest: J&K Secretariat office set on fire as fresh clashes break out in Shopian

The clashes broke out in south Kashmir's Shopian district today morning with protesters setting ablaze a mini-secretariat building.

Curfew lifted from Kashmir​'s Anantnag after 49 days, remains in force in other parts

Curfew lifted from Kashmir​'s Anantnag after 49 days, remains in force in other parts

Curfew was on Saturday lifted from south Kashmir's Anantnag town after 49 days, even as it remained in force in some other parts of the Valley, including Srinagar, to maintain law and order in view of the separatist plans to march towards the headquarters of Army at Badamibagh here.

Rajnath Singh strikes back on Omar Abdullah's Kashmir remark - Details inside

Rajnath Singh strikes back on Omar Abdullah's Kashmir remark - Details inside

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday reacted sharply to Jammu and Kashmir former chief minister and National Conference president Omar Abdullah's remark over the ongoing crisis going on in the Valley. '

Curfew remains in force in some areas of Kashmir Valley

Curfew remains in force in some areas of Kashmir Valley

Curfew remained in force in Srinagar district, Anantnag town and Magam area of Budgam district as a precautionary measure even as normal life was paralysed for the 40th consecutive day today in Kashmir where 63 persons have been killed in the ongoing unrest.

Unrest in Valley continues; separatists Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Farooq taken into preventive custody

Unrest in Valley continues; separatists Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Farooq taken into preventive custody

Curfew remained in force in entire Srinagar district and Anantnag town today to thwart the separatists' plan to stage a two-day sit-in in the city centre.

Curfew, restrictions imposed across Kashmir

Authorities on Friday imposed curfew and restrictions across Kashmir to prevent protests called by the separatists.

J&K Minister Naeem Akhtar's house attacked with petrol bombs in Srinagar

J&K Minister Naeem Akhtar's house attacked with petrol bombs in Srinagar

Separatists attacked the house of Education Minister Naeem Akhtar with two petrol bombs, shaking the calm but tense Kashmir Valley largely bound in continuous curfew and separatist-called shutdown, police said on Tuesday.