Ailing hardline Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Geelani, 84, on Saturday united several rival factions of the Hurriyat and ideologically diametrical separatist leaders for the first time since the conglomerate split a decade ago.
Suspension of Kashmiri students by a Meerut college for cheering Pakistan cricket team seems to have provided a handle to militant groups cross the border. India’s most wanted militant and Jamaat’ud Dawah chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has offered the suspended students scholarships.
Separated after an armed rebellion broke in Kashmir in the 1990s, this year's Shivaratri, known as 'Herath' in local nomenclature, sees local Muslims and Kashmiri Pandits bonding like old times: however on the virtual world.
Once a poster boy of Kashmir militancy, the acts of Haroon Khan, known by his nom de guerre 'Mast Gul' have been described as "awful" by indigenous militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen, which has declared him "an expelled member".
The Jammu & Kashmir police finally managed to identify a prankster within its ranks who had kept the entire security establishment on tenterhooks with a message that he had disseminated on WhatsApp and posted on Facebook.
North Kashmir's Kupwara town remained on a boil for the second consecutive day on Wednesday following the killing of seven militants in a gun battle in a remote forest area two days ago.
Two weeks after high-level talks between India and Pakistan succeeded in breaking the stalemate over cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade, trucks carrying goods plied between Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Wednesday after 40 days.
As the number of militants is fast dwindling in Kashmir as per latest government assessment, separatist groups, for the first time since militancy broke out in 1989, on Tuesday called for "respecting armed men's right in the conflict zone".
Former Press Council of India (PCI) member and senior journalist BG Verghese on Monday described the accusations of systemic cover-up in the alleged 1991 Kashmir mass rape case as “baseless”. He said he stood by his report that “no mass rape took place”.
Media-savvy Anantnag MP Mirza Mehboob Beg is the son of ruling National Conference (NC) stalwart late Mirza Muhammad Afzal Beg, who was close to then NC patron Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah.
A curfew was imposed in parts of south Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday to contain protests over the killing of an alleged militant in a gunfight with the army on Wednesday.
Notwithstanding otherwise a tense Line of Control (LoC) times are changing in Kashmir. In a first, 250 skiers will be airdropped the peaks of north Kashmir's tourist hotspot Gulmarg for a heli-skiing championship.
Congress MLA and former health minister Shabir Ahmad Khan, who is accused of molesting a doctor under non-bailable sections, was finally granted bail by a court here on Tuesday, even as the police officer who was investigating the case was transferred.
Indigenous militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen’s recruiter and improvised explosives devices (IED) expert with more than 18 years in active militancy was killed in a brief encounter in north Kashmir’s Sopore area on Sunday.
Congress MLA and ex-health minister Shabir Ahmad Khan, facing molestation charges, on Thursday decided to give in and present himself before the police but only after making everyone wait for the entire day.
There was no end to high drama surrounding the arrest of Shabir Ahmad Khan, former state health minister who is facing sexual assault accusation by a female doctor, on Wednesday. Despite the court asking him to surrender in the next 24 hours he remains elusive.
A woman doctor who has accused former Jammu and Kashmir minister of state for health Shabir Khan of sexual assaul reveals that attempts are being made to defame her and cover up the case.
Executed Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru's wife on Sunday claimed "he used to laugh at the idea of him facing the gallows ever". Guru, found guilty in the 2001 Parliament attack, was hanged a year ago on February 9 inside the Tihar jail and was buried there.
With one more minister in dock over the alleged sexual assault case, chief minister Omar Abdullah-led-National Conference-Congress coalition seems to wind up its six-year tenure on a sour note.
Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar, who raked up controversy recently with her public messages to late Sunanda Pushkar, has set Twitter on fire again. This time for her remarks on Kashmir.