SC raps J&K government for differential compensation

SC came down heavily on J&K govt`s policy to award differential ex-gratia compensations to state subjects and outsiders who are victims of riots or other similar incidents.

Curfew remains in force in Shopian

Shopian district continued to remain under the curfew for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday, while restrictions were imposed in other major towns of south Kashmir, following clashes after the killing of five persons in CRPF firing since September 7.

One dead, two hurt in CRPF firing after fresh protests in Shopian

A youth was killed and two others were injured in firing by security forces as fresh protests rocked Shopian township.

Kashmir police cadets turn violent

Cadets went on a nightlong rampage inside a police training school complex in Jammu and Kashmir.

Nothing positive will come out of all-party meet: Geelani

Hardline Hurriyat Conference
leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani Wednesday said the all-party meet in
New Delhi is unlikely to help improve the situation in the
Kashmir Valley.

Indefinite curfew in Kashmir towns, FIR against Mirwaiz

Indefinite curfew was clamped in Srinagar city and six other towns of Kashmir Valley in view of several incidents of arson and violence on Saturday.

J&K clashes: Four dead, toll rises to 55

Four people were killed in J&JK Friday as security forces fired at curfew-defying mobs.

Civilian succumbs to bullet injury, Kashmir toll rises to 47

A nervous calm prevailed as authorities decided to continue curfew in Srinagar.

Omar meets PM, demands political initiatives in Kashmir

J&K CM Omar Abdullah stressed on the need to end the “cycle of violence” in the state.

Sonia pained at Kashmir violence

Expressing pain over the upsurge
in violence in Kashmir, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has
said the state government should give a push to development to
address the situation.

PM reviews Kashmir situation as violence claims 8 more lives

Violence in Kashmir Valley escalated further on Sunday when eight persons were killed in separate incidents.

Kashmir violence: Omar appeals for calm

With Kashmir Valley facing fresh
unrest, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Sunday night appealed for
peace and also vowed not to allow perpetrators of violence "to
win".

Two killed, 40 injured in fresh violence in Kashmir

Two civilians were killed and 40 people injured, including 30 policemen, as widespread clashes
between protesters and security forces erupted in the Kashmir
Valley on Saturday, as indefinite curfew was imposed on major towns
including Srinagar.

`Severe action against those indulging in rights violation`

J&K CM Omar Abdullah said his government will not tolerate any human rights violations.