Geelani says no talks with India till it accepts Kashmir as a ‘Dispute’

Geelani says no talks with India till it accepts Kashmir as a ‘Dispute’

On Thursday morning, the Jammu and Kashmir government allowed a seminar hosted by Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani, to commemorate the 140th birth anniversary of Sir Muhammad Iqbal. It was a rare occasion for Tehreek-e-Hurriyat activists, majority of...
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Top Officials, Politicians, Spymasters advocates for Kashmir talks

Top Officials, Politicians, Spymasters advocates for Kashmir talks

Senior government officials from across India who attended a security meet chaired by Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday suggested holding a dialogue with the separatists as well as Pakistan to ease tensions in the Kashmir Valley and along the...
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Objecting to army’s Iftar 4 persons injured in Shopian after soldiers fired into a gathering

Objecting to army’s Iftar 4 persons injured in Shopian after soldiers fired into a gathering

Four girls were injured, one of them critically, after soldiers fired into a gathering of villagers who were objecting to the army setting up a stall for Iftaar in Shopian on Monday. Kashmir Post learnt 34 Rashtriya Rifles battalion of...
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Truce a cosmetic measure, solve Kashmir Issue permanently: Separatists

Truce a cosmetic measure, solve Kashmir Issue permanently: Separatists

Terming the Ramzan ceasefire a “cosmetic measure”, separatists on Thursday sought a “comprehensive plan” to resolve the Kashmir issue either through implementing the UN resolution or negotiations between India, Pakistan and the Kashmiri leadership. Thi...
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Govt unlikely to accept ceasefire for Ramadan and Amarnath Yatra

Govt unlikely to accept ceasefire for Ramadan and Amarnath Yatra

Officials in the home ministry, army, and Jammu and Kashmir police said an internal ceasefire is laden with risks, while the enforcement of a ceasefire with Pakistan is contingent on the latter’s behavior. The Mehbooba Mufti government on Thursday continued...
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#BloodBath: 5 Militants, 5 Civilians killed, 120 Injured in Shopian gunfight

#BloodBath: 5 Militants, 5 Civilians killed, 120 Injured in Shopian gunfight

5 militants, 5 civilians killed in Shopian gunfight and protests Over 120 injured in clashes with forces Soldiers came twice before getting the militants third time Valley observes shutdown against killings on Saturday Educational institutions closed for Monda...
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AFSPA goes from Meghalaya, restricted in Arunachal, Call for lifting from Kashmir Valley grows louder

AFSPA goes from Meghalaya, restricted in Arunachal, Call for lifting from Kashmir Valley grows louder

The Union Home Ministry has removed Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from Meghalaya and reduced it to eight police stations in Arunachal Pradesh, an official said on Monday. “AFSPA was totally withdrawn from all areas of Meghalaya from April...
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Student protests continue across Kashmir, Afridi asks students not to shun studies

Student protests continue across Kashmir, Afridi asks students not to shun studies

The students continued protests across the Valley against the rape and murder of 8-year-old nomad girl in Kathua despite higher secondary schools and colleges remaining closed. The students took to roads in Ajas, Mantrigam, and Sumbal areas in Bandipora distri...
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PDP, BJP partners in crime, Kashmiris may have to pay with blood: Tassaduq Mufti

PDP, BJP partners in crime, Kashmiris may have to pay with blood: Tassaduq Mufti

Although Mufti is not the party’s official spokesman, his views carry weight because besides being a minister in the PDP-BJP government, he is also son of the late PDP patron and former CM Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and brother of Chief...
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Four Civilians die, Two battling for life saving rebels in Kulgam

Four Civilians die, Two battling for life saving rebels in Kulgam

When the sound of a few gunshots came out of the noise of rains beating tin roofs of the Khudwani houses late on Tuesday evening, it residents, about to go to sleep, stood still as the shooting grew more steady...
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