Buck stops with Pakistan

Manzoor Turabi

By inviting Hurriyat leaders for reception in New Delhi prior to the National Security Advisor (NSA) level talks Pakistan has once again raised the Kashmir issue. By doing this Pakistan intended to do two things – cross the red line drawn by India last year and own the indigenous movement of Kashmiris. They have done this many a times before as well. If one goes by statements of Pakistani leaders it seems they ... ...Read

Indian firing on LoC open aggression against Kashmiris: Nawaz

Muhammad Aslam Mir

Bagh, Sept 2: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Wednesday said Indian firing on Line of Control (LoC) is “open aggression” against ... Read

Pak raises Kashmir at UN

Yoshita Singh

United Nations, Sep 2: Pakistan has raised the issue of Kashmir at United Nations, telling a global conference of parliamentarians that it is t ... Read

LeI militant, army man killed in Rafiabad encounter

Sumaiya Yousuf

Srinagar, Sept 2: A militant and an army man were killed in an eight-hour-long encounter in Ladoora area of Rafiabad in north Kashmir’s Ba ... Read

GoI asks Govt to involve forces in executing dev works in border areas

Ishfaq Naseem

Srinagar, Sept 2: Government of India (GoI) has directed the State government to involve the army and Border Security Force (BSF) in execu ... Read

Delegation from J&K to visit Muzaffarabad soon: Mufti

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Sept 2: Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Wednesday said a business delegation from Jammu and Kashmir will soon visit Pakista ... Read

Farooq Abdullah applies for LPG subsidy


Srinagar, Sep 2: Opposition National Conference president and former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is in the midst of a controversy in t ... Read

Prof Dabla passes away

Afsha Arjumand

Srinagar, Sept 2: Noted scholar and former Head of Kashmir University’s Sociology Department, Prof Bashir Ahmad Dabla, passed away on Wedn ... Read

Govt accepts Khandey’s retirement request

Srinagar, Sept 2: The government has accepted the voluntary retirement request of Chief Secretary, Mohammad Iqbal Khandey.The orders to th ... Read

J&K gets 4 new IAS officers

New Delhi, Sept 2: Four IAS officers of 2014 batch including two State residents have been allocated J&K cadre.As per a circular issued by ... Read

No role for any third party in Indo-Pak talks: BJP

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Sep 02: BJP today said there was no role for any third party, including Hurriyat Conference, in talks between India and Pakistan ... Read

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