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Here’s why UN rights chief raised concern over anti-militancy law UAPA: 36% of cases in India in 2020 from Kashmir

As many as 287 cases were registered under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in Jammu & Kashmir during 2020. The data released by India's...

Policeman, non-local worker shot dead in Kulgam

A police constable and a non-local were killed in two separate shootings suspected to be carried out by militants in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam...

Police constable shot dead in Kulgam

A Jammu and Kashmir Police constable was shot dead by suspected militant's in the valley's Kulgam district, officials said in the summer capital Srinagar...

Pro-India political parties slam Kashmir administration over ‘arbitrary and dictatorial’ orders to govt employees

Most political parties backing Indian rule in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday slammed the administration for invoking rules that they said are amid at...

Parks open but Friday congregations at Jamia, Hazratbal barred again due to Covid-19

While parks and recreational centres remain open despite an ongoing pandemic, the Jammu and Kashmir administration didn't allow Friday congregational prayers at all the...

Transit camp to come up for Kashmiri Pandits in Baramulla

The Government of India will establish a transit camps worth Rupees 40 crore for the Kashmiri migrants in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir. Indian...

As militant attacks rise in Srinagar, police chief says only 4 insurgents active in capital city

There are four insurgents active in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar district, a senior police officer said on Wednesday. When asked by reporters, on the sidelines...

Covid-19: 5 more Srinagar areas declared containment zones, night vigil to check marriage functions

With the spike in the Covid-19 cases in the district, the Srinagar administration on Tuesday sealed five shops and lodged nine FIRs against the...

3 wounded as suspected militants lob grenade at forces in Pulwama

At least three pedestrians were injured when suspected militants hurled a grenade at the armed forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama on Tuesday, officials...

UN human rights chief slams India for using UAPA, communication blackouts in Kashmir

UN high commissioner for human rights Michelle Bachelet has described as "worrying" India's use of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act as well as "frequent"...
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