Bike-riders show their documents to security personnel in Srinagar. Reuters
Tomorrow, September 4, Jammu and Kashmir completes one agonising month under the unprecedented lockdown imposed by the Centre to scotch protests against abrogation of the state’s
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said the international community had the responsibility to urge India to halt and reverse its illegal actions and aggressive policies and postures in Occupied Kashmir, and Saudi Arabia and the UAE had an important role in that regard.
The day's activities will also include visiting the families of martyrs as well as monuments built in their memory, according to a notification issued by Pakistan's interior ministry.
It is not surprising at all that the maiden trip of India’s new Home Minister Amit Shah to Srinagar — during which he emphasised the need for carrying development to the grass roots, pulled up the state administration for its failures and reiterated the policy of relentless pursuit of the terrorists
The loss of several precious lives in a devastating fire that ripped through a bag factory in a congested area of New Delhi trapping scores of workers who were sleeping
Speaking at last Friday’s symposium in Cyprus on the Syrian Crisis and its impacts on the region, former Lebanese President Amin Gemayel said the rising in his country
The passing away of any cricketer brings sorrow to one’s heart. It gets even more painful when one has played, partied and rubbed shoulders together. The sad news of the