Top Stories

British MPs debate Kashmir in Parliament

By

The motion for today's debate reads, "This House notes the escalation in violence and breaches of international human rights on the Indian side of the Line of Control in Kashmir; calls on the Government to raise the matter at the United Nations."

READ MORE

 
MORE FROM Top Stories
  • Top Stories

    JK Assembly passes resolution for return of Kashmiri Pandits

    Soon after the House met in the morning, on a day the mass migration started in 1990 from the Valley, former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said the Assembly should pass a resolution for the return of Kashmiri Pandits and other migrants, rising above party politics.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    Pakistan warns of nuclear strike if India attacks: Report

    The ties between two nuclear-armed neighbours have worsened since the attack on Indian military camp in Uri, which it blamed on elements based in Pakistan. Later, India claimed to have conducted ‘surgical strikes’ which Pakistan denied taking place.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    LeT commander killed, cop injured in Bandipora

    A top police officer said that acting on specific inputs about the presence of militants there, Special Operations Group (SOG) of police along with the troops of Army13 RR and 45 Battalion CRPF cordoned off the Parrey Mohalla of Hajin area in Bandipora to carry out search operation.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    PM hails Indian youth for resisting radicalization

    "The delegation congratulated the Prime Minister on the steps taken by the Union government for inclusive growth, socio-economic and educational empowerment of all sections of the society including Minorities," the statement said.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    NC, Cong stage walkout from LC

    Subsequently, in view of the availability of adequate CPWs, chowkidars and orderlies, the department redeployed them for watch and ward purpose so that no school categorised as "hyper-sensitive" and "sensitive" was left unattended, she said.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    NIA probes 5 bank accounts ‘linked to Geelani’

    Preliminary investigation has found “suspicious financial transactions through these accounts during 2014 and 2015”. There are many layers of transactions to avoid detection of end use of the money, they alleged, adding that in many of the deposits, the details of the depositors were not known.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    NIA probes almond trade at LoC

    They said the NIA has collected voluminous trade-related documents which had to be brought to its offices in a plane. "It was literally a plane-load of documents which are being examined by the agency in the case," a source said.

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    Trapped in red-tape, retired PHE supervisor ‘forced to commit suicide’

    Itoo’s son Abdul Qayoom said, “My father attained superannuation in 2012 and since then he was regularly visiting PHE Division Baramulla to get his pension and other service documents cleared from the clerical staff, but the insensitive staff there did not help him.”

    READ MORE

  • Top Stories

    Masarat Aalam remanded to 3 days in police custody

    The 2nd Munsiff Srinagar remanded Bhat to three days in police custody in connection with FIR no. 128/2010 registered at the Police Station Sadder for allegedly being involved in “unlawful activities” and “disrupting peace” in the state.

    READ MORE