Life in Shopian town of south Kashmir started limping towards normalcy as authorities on Sunday lifted curfew, which was imposed after killing of five persons in CRPF firing, after 10 days.
When Kashmiris cry out “Azadi”, have they thought of the very vital “what next” option?
The Jammu and Kashmir government
on Wednesday sanctioned Rs 5.10 crore as compensation for the 102
persons killed during last year`s unrest in the Kashmir
Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani threatened "to intensify the ongoing agitation in Kashmir".
Union Law Minister Moily on Tuesday said a solution fould "definitely" be found for Kashmir unrest.
The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Thursday asked the government to take political and economic initiatives to address the alienation that Kashmiris feel trapped in.
Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers
Party (JKNPP) Sunday decided to attend the all-party meeting
convened by the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday to
discuss the situation in the Valley.
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