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J&K: Solutions

Farooq Abdullah Says Kashmir Situation Is 'Worse', Govt Must Talk To Pakistan And Find A Solution

Apr 04, 2018 Outlook Bureau

“If the situation continues to remain the same people from every area of the Valley would be ready to give martyrdom”, he said.

Exams Postponed, Restrictions Continue For Third Day In Parts Of Kashmir After Separatist-Sponsored Strikes

Apr 04, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The curbs continue as a precautionary measure to prevent protests against the killing of 13 militants in three encounters on Sunday and five civilians in the aftermath.


Kashmir Valley Tensed After Youth Injured In Kangan Clashes Succumbs

Local residents of Kangan alleged that the youth was hit by a bullet fired by the forces at Kangan during the clashes.

Geelani's Successor Mohammed Ashraf Sehrai Maintains A Low Profile But His Approach Would Be More Hardliner

Mar 20, 2018 Naseer Ganai

73-year-old Sehari is holding charge of General Secretary of Tehreek Hurriyat since 2004 when the organisation was founded by Geelani.


Separatist Leader Syed Ali Geelani Says IB Official Approached Him For 'Talks', He Refused Offer

He termed "all these attempts as futile, saying it is nothing more than a tactic to buy time by New Delhi."

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16 March, 2018

'The People Of Undivided India Are One', RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat Says Power And Tact Needed In Kashmir

Outlook Web Bureau

There was need for "shakti" (power) and "yukti" (tact) to ensure that "truth prevails", Bhagwat said.


16 March, 2018

Either Talk It Out With Pakistan Or Fight It Out, Helpless J&K LoC Villagers Tell Yashwant Sinha Committee

Outlook Bureau

J&K LoC villagers are migrants in their own county, says Yashwant Sinha committee report


14 March, 2018

Maldives Reminds India Of Kashmir To say Keep Off 'Our Internal Matter'

Outlook Web Bureau

The island nation however said that it will continue its 'India first' policy and remain a friend


13 March, 2018

Decision To Drop Me Came As A Susprise, Manner In Which It Was Conveyed Shocking, Says Haseeb Drabu

Outlook Web Bureau

Drabu said that he got no chance to explain his side and learnt the party's decision through the media.



21 February, 2018

'Let Us Admit That We Failed To Stand Up For Kamran Yousuf', Says Kashmir's Journalistic Fraternity

The Outlook Bureau

“KWJA believes that Kamran’s arrest and framing is aimed only to muzzle the press in Kashmir, and that all charges against him are baseless and motivated”


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14 February, 2018

In A Veiled Attack On Owaisi's 'Muslim Soldiers' Comment, Army Says 'We Do Not Communalise Martyrs'

Outlook Web Bureau

"Five Kashmiri Muslims have laid down their lives. Why aren't you talking about it?," Owaisi had said yesterday


08 February, 2018

Father Of Army Major Accused In Shopian Firing Moves SC For FIR Quashing

Outlook Web Bureau

The plea, filed through advocate Aishwarya Bhati, said the intention of his son was to save Army personnel and property


03 February, 2018

Army Chief's Education Remark, Police's Shopian FIR Split J&K Coalition

Naseer Ganai

The January 27 army shootout in a south Kashmir's Shopian has put the J&K government in a tight spot. It has also triggered fresh thoughts about changes in the geography-history syllabus for school students in the troubled border-state.


20 January, 2018

In 20 Years, Centre Denied Prosecution Sanction Under AFSPA In All Cases Recommended By J&K Govt Against Armymen

Naseer Ganai

The cases include “killing after abduction” “outraging the modesty of a woman”, "the disappearance of civilians, rape, and torture and killing."


16 January, 2018

Amnesty International Launches Postcard Campaign, Calls For End To Use Of Pellet Guns In Kashmir

Outlook Bureau

The campaign urges for setting up an independent investigation into cases of killings or serious injuries caused by pellets.


13 November, 2017

'Why This Selective Outrage Over Abdullah's Remark? Pak PM Too Said Azaadi Not Possible,' NC To Separatist Leader Geelani

Outlook Web Bureau

NC said Geelani should introspect and stop leasing his voice out to a mainstream political party over a purely personal political agenda


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06 November, 2017

Pak PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Rejects Idea Of An 'Independent Kashmir', Says 'It's Not Based On Reality'

Outlook Web Bureau

"There is no support for the demand for independent Kashmir"


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A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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