Altaf Bukhari to launch new 'Apni Party' in Kashmir
Businessman turned politician Altaf Bukhari is all set to launch his new party, Apni Party, in Jammu and Kashmir.
Home and homeland: How the Valley reacted to Shah's promise of Kashmiri Pandit townships
Amit Shah’s announcement of townships for Kashmiri Pandits is met by deafening silence in the Valley.
Murder in a Kashmir mosque
Abdul Gani Dar, an 80-year-old cleric affiliated to the religious organization Jamiat Ahle Hadith, was found dead inside a mosque at Maisuma, a volatile Srinagar locality that has been a traditional stronghold of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, on last Wednesday. The murder harked back to another murder at the same mosque around a decade ago: that of Maulana Showkat Shah, then the influential president of Jamiat Ahle Hadith.
The peace that Qadiry saw in Kashmir
A second batch of 25 foreign envoys visited Jammu and Kashmir to assess the ground situation in the Valley. Among them was Afghan ambassador Tahir Qadiry.
Moving on in Kashmir: Could Pro-India Politics Gain a Foothold?
Statehood, domicile rights and protection of jobs emerge as central planks of new J&K politics tentatively taking shape in the wake of repeal of Article 370
Reliving partition in Kashmir day to day
Despite all their struggles to shrug off the history of the Partition, people in Kashmir have been sunk deeper into it. The revocation of the J&K's special status has further aggravated the conflict, guaranteeing to prolong it for another seven decades if no meaningful efforts are made to address it.