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Migrant Kashmiri Pandits on Thursday demanded a ban on sale of land to outsiders in Jammu & Kashmir till the...


The Indian Army recently constructed a 80 ft Bailey bridge on Machil river as a goodwill gesture for local villagers. The bridge was a long pending development by the civil administration and connects the villages of Rengpin and Bhagat to Machil in Kupwara. Recently, the NCP & PDP leaders have accused the Central govt of usurping power since the abrogation of Articles 370 & 35A, however, the truth of development is there for all to see.


Viewing ‘Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration’ (PAGD) as patently exclusive and the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) President Mehbooba Mufti’s assertions...


Abu Mohsin Al-Misri, Al Qaeda’s second in command in the Indian sub-continent, was killed in the central Ghazni province —...


Finding mention in Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has brought the 45-year-old Manzoor Ahmad Allie into limelight whose...


Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC), the J&K unit of Congress party, along with the Communist Party of India...


Authored by S.N. Prasad and Dharam Pal, Operations in Jammu & Kashmir 1947-48 gives a definitive account of how Pakistan...


Having planned the ‘Operation Gulmarg’, Pakistan unleashed its tribal militia on Jammu and Kashmir on October 22, 1947. Overwhelming Muzaffarabad,...


Advancing the date of India’s partition and dispensing with phased withdrawal of the British administration and its forces cost India...


In a move that will benefit Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar's Lal Chowk comes alive with renewed business activities and hope. Lal Chowk had become infamous due to radical Islamist groups and jihadists elements taking control of the area, hampering the normal movement of citizens and halting business growth. With the abrogation of Articles 370 & 35A, development activities in the region have seen an uptick. Previous state governments in the region failed to truly optimise the region by slowing or halting development agendas in a bid to win political points and blame-game. With increased electrification of the region, renewed infrastructural development, setting up youth & community centres are part of the Central government's role in improving the life of the Kashmiris.

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