Srinagar, Nov 2, Aiming to convey to the world that Jammu and Kashmir is a safe tourist destination, the state government hosted ambassadors of 22 countries for a friendly golf championship on the banks of the Dal Lake.
Srinagar, Nov 2, The Jammu and Kashmir government is mulling to get electroshock guns, also known as Taser weapons, to control mob violence and street protests in the troubled state, a police official said Monday.
Jammu, Nov 2, An associate professor of the University of Kashmir was stopped from flying to China by immigration authorities in New Delhi after the Chinese visa was granted to him on a separate document and not on his passport.
Srinagar, Nov 1, A girl in a north Kashmir village Sunday allegedly attempted suicide after learning that her pre-paid sim card was not functioning, residents of the village claimed.
Jammu, Nov 1, Four children were seriously injured in a sudden explosion in their house, close to the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district Sunday evening, police said.
Srinagar, Oct 30,Senior separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani Friday said he was ready to engage in a dialogue with India, provided the government accepted that Kashmir was a disputed territory.
Jammu/Srinagar, Oct 31, A wave of anger has swept through Jammu and Kashmir with the central government deciding to ban pre-paid mobile connections in the state from Sunday due to security concerns. Most angry are youths.
Udhampur (Jammu and Kashmir), Oct 31, The Indian Army Saturday ruled out Taliban presence in Jammu and Kashmir but warned of a possible “spillover” if the situation in Pakistan worsened. It also expressed concern about “agitational terrorism” in the state, referring to the frequent street protests and shutdowns.
Srinagar, Oct 31, One separatist guerrilla holed up in a house was killed by security forces in a gunfight that began early Saturday and continues in Sopore town of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.
Srinagar, Oct 30, Terming the decision to ban pre-paid mobile phone connections in Jammu and Kashmir as “unfortunate and ill-advised”, the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Friday sought intervention of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restore the service in the state.