News Topic:Kashmiris

Guide dupes Kashmiri pilgrims, leaving them mid-way in Beirut

A self-styled ‘guide’ has duped at least 10 Kashmiri pilgrims, after taking money from them to show sacred shrines and places in Iran, Iraq and other countries.

Most Kashmiris have hybrid immunity against COVID-19, says DAK

Doctors' Association Kashmir (DAK) on Thursday said there is no need to panic as most people in Kashmir have hybrid immunity.

Three Kashmiri students released after six months from Agra jail

Three Kashmiri students were released on Monday following their arrest from Agra engineering college on alleged cheering for Pakistan for their win over India.

Kashmiri girl memorises Holy Quran in 38 days

For the first time, a young girl in Kashmir memorised 30 chapters of the Holy Quran in just 38 days.

Allahabad court orders release of 3 Kashmiri students on bail

The Allahabad court on Wednesday ordered the release of three Kashmiri students who were arrested on sedition and cyber-terrorism charges.

Muslim man takes care of Shiva temple in J-K’s Ganderbal

Eight families of Kashmiri Pandits lived in this village called Laduna in Ganderbal until 1990, when all of them migrated to Delhi and Jammu.

Govt establishes helpline for Kashmiris stuck in Ukraine

The Divisional Administration Kashmir has established a helpline for those residents/students of Kashmir who are stuck in Ukraine.

Kashmiri students stuck in Ukraine, families seek J-K govt’s help

Kashmiri students stranded in Ukraine and their families in Kashmir are pleading with the government to bring their wards back home safely.

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Omar Abdullah warns of electoral challenges after BJP’s sweeping victory

Omar Abdullah said that judging the results of the INDIA bloc, if the situation continues to be like this in future, the opposition alliance will not be able to win.
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J&K DGP highlights operational secrecy amid terror threat: ‘Just two terrorists enough for big strike’

Jammu and Kashmir’s Director General of Police R R Swain on Sunday said that revealing the number of militants would amount to a breach of “operational secrecy”.

UAPA charges against SKUAST students after World Cup celebration dropped

The Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) charges against seven students of SKUAST in Ganderbal have been dropped.

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‘Perplexed Thoughts — Tales from Kashmir’ unveiled at GDC Women Pulwama

Experience the literary splendor of 'Perplexed Thoughts - Tales from Kashmir' at an inspiring book launch event in Pulwama. A celebration of Kashmiri voices.