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Kashmir observe Black Day on Indian occupation anniversary

Kashmir Black Day

Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world over are observing Black Day today to convey to the international community that they reject Indian illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. It was on this day in 1947 when Indian troops landed in Srinagar and forcibly occupied Jammu and Kashmir in total disregard to the partition plan ... Read More »

Azad Kashmir Assembly denounces Indian forces’ firing across LoC


Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly today strongly denounced the unprovoked firing by Indian forces on civilian population along the Line of Control. The House‚ which met with Speaker Sardar Ghulam Sadiq in the chair‚ adopted a resolution calling upon the international community to help resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with UN resolutions for establishing lasting peace in the region. The ... Read More »

Indian deputy high commissioner summoned over LoC violation


MUZAFFARABAD: Pakistan summoned India’s deputy ambassador on Monday to protest over the latest clashes in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir that left one civilian dead. The Pakistani military accused India of “unprovoked firing” across the de facto border in the early hours of Monday morning, the latest in a series of violent confrontations in Kashmir. Tensions have flared again ... Read More »

Indian Forces opened fire at the border


Indian Forces opened fired at 5 am after noticing some movement on the border, Border Security Force (BSF) troopers foiled an infiltration bid from Pakistan at Samba sector of the border near Jammu early on Monday, an official said. Troopers guarding the Ballad border post, about 55 km from Jammu, noticed some movement around 5 am and opened fire to ... Read More »

A Pakistani was killed after crossing into the Indian side of Kashmir


A Pakistani was killed after crossing into the Indian side of Kashmir, officials on both sides said on Friday, but their competing accounts indicated that tension remains high a month after the worst outbreak of violence in years in the disputed region. The Pakistani army said one of its soldiers on Thursday inadvertently strayed across the Line of Control (LoC) ... Read More »

Youth Chased in Kashmir protest dies


Sumbal/ Srinagar Feb 10: A youth died on Sunday when he was allegedly chased by policemen and was forced to jump in River Jehlum in north Kashmir’s Sumbal area in Bandipore district. However, Police denied that he was chased by the cops and claimed that he died when a boat he was traveling in capsized. Meanwhile, four people including three ... Read More »

He died without breaking his fast


Hilal Ahmad Dar, 24, a resident of Aloosa village in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, died without breaking his fast. He had been dragged, his lips slashed, wrists broken and his forehead ruptured. Hilal was allegedly killed last year on the intervening night of July 24 and 25 by Army troops, allegedly hand in glove with two local residents of Halmatpora, ... Read More »

Pakistani Taliban vow to attack “BJP-backed terror camps in Kashmir”


PESHAWAR: Pakistani Taliban have said the UN bodies and the United States should stop the “BJP-sponsored state terrorism in Kashmir,” otherwise the TTP has the ability to strike inside Indian-administered Kashmir. Having Allegedly Speaking to Dawn.Com on Wednesday, the TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan said that the Indian Home Minister’s statement regarding BJP-backed terrors camps is an open confession that Hindu ... Read More »

Convoy leaving UK for Kashmir in 2013


Respect Party MP George Galloway who has himself pushed the aid convoy from UK to Gaza in the last couple of years, has launched a Convoy To Kashmir in September 2013. This is a great move in spreading the awareness of Kashmir issue as Yasin Malik JKLF leader once stated ” no body pays attention to us because we dont ... Read More »

LoC : Flag Meeting between Indian and Pakistan army commanders


ISLAMABAD: A flag meeting between the Pakistani and Indian army commanders was being held on Monday on the Line of Control (LoC) to discuss recent violations of the ceasefire agreement The Pakistani army brigadier in Poonch sector was also participating in the meeting. The Pakistani commanders rejected the allegations level-ed against them by their Indian counterparts. Photo of today’s flag ... Read More »