Jammu: The students of B. B Institute of Journalism and Mass Communication (BBIJMC) along with the students of different educational institutions organized a peaceful rally in favor of “Freedom of Press” here today.

Srinagar: As the alleged torment of detainees in Kashmir at the hands of Indian forces showed up in wikileaks, the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah refused to comment into torture accusations during PDP regime in 2005

Srinagar: Emphasizing the right to self determination for Kashmiris was non-negotiable, Hurriyat (M) Chairman, Umar Farooq Thursday said no solution to the Kashmir issue was possible within Indian constitution.

Srinagar: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday reiterated urge to allow justice to take its own course on Afzal Guru, the Baramulla man convicted in Parliament attack.

Srinagar: Frosty weather continued to bite Kashmir region with temperatures falling to season’s record low of minus 5.2 in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir.

Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Thursday announced that there will be no strike during first ten days of the Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar.

Srinagar: An Army officer and a militant were killed in the 17-hour long Sopore encounter that ended on Wednesday.

Srinagar: Notwithstanding the recent claims by local police, the Indian Home Ministry Wednesday said that there were no “definite reports” to suggest any links between Lashker-e-Toiba and stone-pelting in Kashmir Valley.

New Delhi: Leaders of several political parties today decided to form a committee to build pressure on the government to start dialogue with Kashmir separatists.

New Delhi: Trade union representatives from Jammu and Kashmir today sought the intervention of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for revival of sick central units in the state.