Five Tral youth arrested for ‘pasting threatening posters’
Awantipora Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested five youth who indulged in pasting threatening posters.
Missing Tral youth arrested, says Police
TRAL — Police arrested a missing youth today whose photograph, in which he was seen carrying a weapon, had gone viral on social media...
Territorial Army man killed, another injured in Shopian
Shopian: A Territorial Army man was killed and another injured in a gunfight at Kapran Batagund area of south Kashmir’s Shopian district.Six militants have...
Video | Six militants killed in Shopian
Six militants were killed in a fierce gunfight which erupted between militants and goverment forces in Batagund area of south Kashmir’s Shopian district on...
Six militants killed in Shopian’s Batagund village
Srinagar: Six militants were killed in a fierce gunfight which erupted between militants and goverment forces in Batagund area of south Kashmir’s Shopian district...
Militants abduct three policemen, cop’s brother in Shopian
Shopian: Militants abducted three policemen and the brother of a cop in Shopian district of south Kashmir last night.An official said that the militants...
Locals rally for Amarnath Yatra’s success as livelihood opportunities soar: J-K LG
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that the local residents are making immense contributions to the successful conduct of the Yatra.
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Kashmiri student mysteriously found dead in Kolkata college hostel
A young student from central Kashmir’s Budgam district was found dead at a college hostel in the West Bengal capital city of Kolkatta.
Miracle in 24 Hours: Over Rs 80 lakh crowdfunded for Pulwama’s leukemia patient
In less than 24 hours, over Rs 80 lakh was crowdfunded for a leukemia patient from Pulwama.
The Weather Chronicles: Kashmir’s perplexing fashion conundrum
Discover the hilarious saga of Kashmir's never-ending rainy summer and the fashion turmoil it brings.
India and 13 other countries violate pledge to uphold free internet, SurfShark study reveals
Surfshark's study reveals how India and 13 other countries violated their pledge to uphold free internet despite supporting a UN resolution on human rights online.