Armed Resistance in Kashmir is ‘Not Terrorism’ and Kashmiris have Legal Right to Resist: UN

Armed Resistance in Kashmir is ‘Not Terrorism’ and Kashmiris have Legal Right to Resist: UN

Pakistani / Kashmiri leaders and media must tell world that “armed struggle and resistance against illegal Indian military occupation and repression in (Indian occupied Kashmir) are not terrorism. In 1982, the UN “reaffirmed the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples...
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Fuel crisis continues across Kashmir Valley

Fuel crisis continues across Kashmir Valley

In Kashmir where survival is the priority, from past few days a new concern has emerged among the panicked population: petrol, which has gone rare despite official claims that stocks have been replenished. Two days back, divisional commissioner Kashmir, Baseer...
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GOI bans separatist group Jamaat-e-Islami J&K

GOI bans separatist group Jamaat-e-Islami J&K

The Union Government today banned separatist group Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir, a religious and political organisation, for a period of five years for indulging in activities “prejudicial to internal security and public order”. The notification, issu...
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Valley shuts against arrest spree, NIA raids

Valley shuts against arrest spree, NIA raids

Kashmir observed a complete shutdown on Wednesday against mass arrest of Jamaat-e-Islami leaders and activists, the National Investigation Agency raids on residences of top separatist leaders including Muhammad Yasin Malik and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and “attemp...
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Chaos across Valley ahead of Article 35A hearing in Supreme Court

Chaos across Valley ahead of Article 35A hearing in Supreme Court

The mood in the Kashmir valley was one of dread ahead of the Supreme Court’s hearing of challenges to Article 35 A, which gives special rights to the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The petitions challenge Article 35 A of...
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Kashmir shivers amid Chaos, Arrests, and Warnings

Kashmir shivers amid Chaos, Arrests, and Warnings

A series of emergency orders issued by the state, arrival of paramilitary troops and the mass arrests of separatists and religious preachers in last two days has sparked wild speculations in Kashmir and enveloped the region in an unusual fear...
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Yasin Malik, Jamaat leaders  detained ahead of the hearing on Article 35A

Yasin Malik, Jamaat leaders detained ahead of the hearing on Article 35A

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yasin Malik was detained in Srinagar Friday night, ahead of the hearing on Article 35A in Supreme Court which is likely to take place on Monday. Malik who is also part of the Joint Resistance...
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We support UN resolutions on Kashmir: Saudi Foreign​ Minister Adel al-Jubeir

We support UN resolutions on Kashmir: Saudi Foreign​ Minister Adel al-Jubeir

Saudi Arabia’s minister of state for foreign affairs Adel al-Jubeir has that his country backs the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions on Kashmir and that India and Pakistan should hold talks to preserve the Kashmiri interests.The top Saudi of...
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Pleas against Articles 35A, 370 won’t be heard today

Pleas against Articles 35A, 370 won’t be heard today

There will be no hearing of pleas against Article 35 A and Article 370 in the Supreme Court Thursday, a source said on Wednesday.The pleas did not figure in the final list issued by the apex court registry on Wednesday...
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Doctors in Kashmir plan to boycott Macleods, Intas Pharma for suspending Kashmiri employees

Doctors in Kashmir plan to boycott Macleods, Intas Pharma for suspending Kashmiri employees

Doctors in Srinagar have planned to boycott pharma companies that have suspended Kashmiri employees accused of posting “anti-national” comments on social media after Pulwama attack. The Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited, a multinational pharmaceutical ...
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