Kashmir Issue Archive

Pro-Pakistan slogans rock govt college in Occupied Kashmir

Srinagar: The Government Degree College Ganderbal reverberated with pro-freedom, pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans as the pro-India National Conference President, Farooq Abdullah, arrived in Ganderbal to address a convention of party workers, according to Kashmir Media Service (KMS) on Wednesday. Quoting eyewitnesses, the …

LoC heats up after brief calm

–Three soldiers embrace martyrdom, one wounded as India fires across LoC  –Pakistan Army says it killed seven Indian troops in response ISLAMABAD: At least seven Indian soldiers were killed and a dozen injured after Pakistan Army responded to the cross-border firing that had …

Indian solider kills himself in Kashmir

In occupied Kashmir, another Indian soldier committed suicide by shooting himself dead in Srinagar on Sunday. A police officer said the soldier, identified as Ramphul Meena, shot himself with his service rifle inside his camp in Solina area. He is the second …

India martyrs four in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Indian troops have killed at least four people — three in Shopian and one in Kupwara district– in occupied Kashmir on Thursday in a fresh spate of violence. According to the Kashmir Media Service, the three youth were martyred during a cordon …

Complete shutdown observed in occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed against the ban by India on Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front led by Muhammad Yasin Malik for its pro-freedom activities. Call for the strike was given by Joint Resistance Leadership. All shops and other business …

Berlin rally calls for peaceful Kashmir resolution

BERLIN: Participants of a protest rally in Berlin, the German city, called upon the international community especially the United Nations and the European Union to play their role for de-escalation in South Asia by facilitating a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute. The protesters including students …

A case for peace

An opinion piece by The New York Times published on March 7 warned that the most likely trigger for a nuclear exchange could be the conflict between India and Pakistan instead of North Korea and its adversaries. The opinion states that after the dogfight …

Fawad dares India to hold election in Occupied Kashmir

Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Monday grilled the Indian government over the security crisis in Kashmir and claimed that it does not have the nerve to hold elections in the occupied territory despite “military presence”. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) stalwart observed that …

India martyrs two more youth in Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred two youth in Pulwama district of the held territory on Sunday. The youths were killed during a cordon and search operation at Pinglish in Tral area of the district, Sources reported. The …