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Srinagar is the largest city and the summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It lies in the Kashmir Valley on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, and Dal and Anchar lakes.

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Which country is Rahul Gandhi representing India or Pakistan, asks Nadda
Politics

Which country is Rahul Gandhi representing India or Pakistan, asks Nadda

Hitting out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for criticising the abrogation of Article 370, BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Sunday asked whether he is representing India or Pakistan.

PM Modi highlights contribution of political, spiritual leaders who strived for unity and integrity of India
National

PM Modi highlights contribution of political, spiritual leaders who strived for unity and integrity of India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his "Mann Ki Baat" radio programme on Sunday talked about the political and spiritual leaders who strived for the unity and integrity of the nation. He also urged countrymen to visit website ekbharat.gov.in. which portrays efforts made to advance the campaign of national integration.

Can't be business as usual post 370 abrogation: Soz
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Can't be business as usual post 370 abrogation: Soz

Srinagar, Oct 24 Lending support to former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Congress leader and former Union Minister Saifuddin ...

Pakistan invasion in 1947 brought in its wake killing of thousands, plunder: Expert
International

Pakistan invasion in 1947 brought in its wake killing of thousands, plunder: Expert

Pakistan invaded Kashmir on October 22, 1947, and brought in its wake horrifying stories of mass plunder and vandalism, killing thousands of men, women, and children mercilessly, said Dr Ashok Bhan.

Pakistan's ex-Major General admits to the country's role in Kashmir conflict in new book
International

Pakistan's ex-Major General admits to the country's role in Kashmir conflict in new book

"On October 26 (1947), the Pakistani forces captured Baramula where only 3,000 survived out of 14,000. The troops were now only 35 miles from Srinagar when the Maharaja (Hari Singh) sent his papers of accession to Delhi asking for help": these are the excerpts from a book published in 1975, Raiders in Kashmir, penned by Major General (retired) Akbar Khan of Pakistan.

Billboards in J-K's Srinagar ahead of two-day national symposium focusing on 'memories of 22 October 1947'
National

Billboards in J-K's Srinagar ahead of two-day national symposium focusing on 'memories of 22 October 1947'

Billboards have been put at several locations in Srinagar, ahead of the two days 'National Symposium' being organised by National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology in collaboration with the Union Territory Government of Jammu and Kashmir on October 22 and October 23, 2020.

Even if I've to be hanged, resolve for restoration of Art 370, won't change: Farooq Abdullah
National

Even if I've to be hanged, resolve for restoration of Art 370, won't change: Farooq Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Monday asserted that his fight is for the restoration of Article 370 and 35A, adding that it will never change even if he has to be hanged.

Congress, NC, PDP want to revoke UT status of Ladakh: G Kishan Reddy
Politics

Congress, NC, PDP want to revoke UT status of Ladakh: G Kishan Reddy

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy on Sunday said that the Congress, National Conference (NC), and People's Democratic Party (PDP) have declared that they will restore Article 370 and revoke the status of UT for Ladakh.

Infiltration along Line of Control in Kashmir has reduced substantially: Indian Army commander Lt Gen BS Raju
National

Infiltration along Line of Control in Kashmir has reduced substantially: Indian Army commander Lt Gen BS Raju

Srinagar, Oct 17 : Infiltration along the Line of Control with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir has reduced ...

73 years since Operation Gulmarg, Pakistan continues its attempt to seize, destroy J-K, says European think tank
International

73 years since Operation Gulmarg, Pakistan continues its attempt to seize, destroy J-K, says European think tank

The darkest day in the history of Jammu and Kashmir was the intervening night of October 21-22, 1947, when Operation Gulmarg was launched in a bid to seize and destroy the territory, and 73 years have gone by, but Pakistan's template has remained the same, according to a European think tank.

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