Al-Badr commander killed in encounter in Kashmir’s Sopore district

A high Al-Badr commander was killed in an encounter on Tuesday night in north Kashmir’s Sopore district. Police known as the killing of militant commander Abdul Gani Khawaja as a significant success. On Tuesday night, a joint group of J&Ok Police, military and paramilitary forces cordoned off the Tujjar village of Sopore after particular inputs… Continue reading Al-Badr commander killed in encounter in Kashmir’s Sopore district

J&Okay ANTF freezes 5 financial institution accounts with hyperlinks to Kashmir drug cartel

Tightening the noose on drug sellers within the Union Territory, Anti Narcotics Task Force of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday froze 5 financial institution accounts which had been instantly linked to a drug cartel of Kashmir allegedly headed by one Masood Ahmed Dar of Bijbihara in Anantnag district. Pointing out that the whole quantity frozen… Continue reading J&Okay ANTF freezes 5 financial institution accounts with hyperlinks to Kashmir drug cartel

‘Forgive your stupid, tasteless comment’: Omar to Suvendhu Adhikari over Kashmir remarks

National Conference chief Omar Abdullah on Sunday hit out at BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari for his remarks that West Bengal will turn out to be like Kashmir if the Trinamool Congress got here again to energy within the state. “But according to you BJP wallas Kashmir has become paradise after August 2019 so what’s wrong… Continue reading ‘Forgive your stupid, tasteless comment’: Omar to Suvendhu Adhikari over Kashmir remarks

Pakistan ‘disappointed’ over US govt’s tweet on Kashmir

The US State Department’s “India’s Jammu & Kashmir” tweet is “inconsistent” with the disputed status of the region, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. “We are disappointed to note the reference to Jammu and Kashmir in the US Department of State’s tweet regarding the resumption of 4G mobile internet in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and… Continue reading Pakistan ‘disappointed’ over US govt’s tweet on Kashmir

US press urges India to release Kashmiri journalist

The US National Press Club called on Indian authorities Monday to release a Kashmiri journalist who has been jailed for two-and-a-half years. Aasif Sultan, a journalist with the monthly magazine Kashmir Narrator, was detained by Jammu and Kashmir Police in August 2018. He was charged the following February for allegedly harboring militants. The National Press… Continue reading US press urges India to release Kashmiri journalist

Analysing the legal matrix of Kashmir

On Friday, February 5, all major political parties in Pakistan held their respective rallies under the garb of ‘Kashmir Day’. Unsurprisingly, each political party (and especially members of PDM), used this opportunity for political point-scoring, as opposed to engaging in a constructive debate about alleviating the plight of 14 million people, living under a 550-day… Continue reading Analysing the legal matrix of Kashmir

Respect freedom of expression in Kashmir: US tells India

DUBAI: The US has urged India to raise its web blockade in occupied Kashmir and respect freedom of expression within the occupied territory.  These remarks had been made by Zed Tarar, the US State Department’s Urdu Spokesperson throughout an unique interview to Geo information.  “Pakistan and India should work out for the reduction of tensions… Continue reading Respect freedom of expression in Kashmir: US tells India

“India cannot suppress Kashmiri people for long”: PM Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed the hope that Kashmir will now head towards freedom as Indian designs to crush the Kashmiri people through unilateral actions of August 5 last year have also failed. “They (India) decided to crush the Kashmiris on August 5, 2019, who rather stood more resolute and firm. They (India) cannot… Continue reading “India cannot suppress Kashmiri people for long”: PM Khan

OIC’s Contact Group on Kashmir reaffirms ‘unwavering’ support to Kashmiris

The members of the OIC Contact Group on Jammu and Kashmir held an informal virtual meeting in New York to commemorate the “Kashmir Solidarity Day”. The Permanent Representatives of Pakistan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Niger and Azerbaijan attended the meeting. The OIC Secretary-General was represented by the Permanent Representative of the OIC Observer Mission to the… Continue reading OIC’s Contact Group on Kashmir reaffirms ‘unwavering’ support to Kashmiris

British MPs stand in solidarity with Kashmiris

British Parliamentarians and other speaker at a Parliamentary Webinar hosted by the High Commission for Pakistan, London on Friday strongly condemned the gross human rights violations of the Kashmiri people being committed by Indian occupation forces. The webinar held to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day was participated by a large number of cross-party British Members of… Continue reading British MPs stand in solidarity with Kashmiris