Epaper
Follow us:
Home > Topic > The Valley
    The Valley

    The Valley

    Phoenix is the capital and most populous city of Arizona, with 1,660,272 people. It is also the fifth most populous city in the United States, and the most populous American state capital, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents.

    Read more
    273 militants active in Valley, local ones outnumber foreigners
    National

    273 militants active in Valley, local ones outnumber foreigners

    There are a total of 273 militants operating in Kashmir, according to a list prepared by security agencies last week and accessed by the .

    Education worst hit during 42 days of clampdown in Valley
    National

    Education worst hit during 42 days of clampdown in Valley

    While schools, colleges and universities are functioning normally in the Jammu and Ladakh divisions of the two Union Territories, the same cannot be said for the Kashmir Valley where education has taken the worst beating because of the clampdown.

    Ladakhis don't want to be swamped by outsiders
    National

    Ladakhis don't want to be swamped by outsiders

    Over a month after Ladakh got the Union Territory status, anxiety has replaced initial excitement. The fear of "outsiders" threatening the existence of locals has gripped the streets of Leh.

    Will ease curbs in J-K if Pak behaves: Doval
    National

    Will ease curbs in J-K if Pak behaves: Doval

    oting that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is getting better, National Security Advisor (NSA)Ajit Doval on Saturday said that restrictions can only be lifted only when Pakistan "behaves".

    Congress slams govt over month of Kashmir clampdown
    National

    Congress slams govt over month of Kashmir clampdown

    On the completion of one month of the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcation of the state into two union territories, the Congress on Thursday slammed the government and accused it of weakening democracy.

    Anti-national elements kept markets from opening in Valley: J-K official
    National

    Anti-national elements kept markets from opening in Valley: J-K official

    Jammu and Kashmir on Monday said that despite easing of restriction in over 90 per cent of the Valley threats by "anti-national" elements have stopped markets from opening.

    93 pc of J-K, Ladakh free from any prohibitory orders: Principal Secretary
    National

    93 pc of J-K, Ladakh free from any prohibitory orders: Principal Secretary

    Jammu and Kashmir's Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal on Monday said that around 93 per cent of J&K and Ladakh are free from any prohibitory orders now.

    A dangerous spin to the Kashmir narrative (Column: Spy's Eye)
    National

    A dangerous spin to the Kashmir narrative (Column: Spy's Eye)

    370 and 35A by the two Houses of Parliament of India with a two-third majority, led to sharp criticism from the principal domestic opposition in India, a predictable denunciation from Pakistan and a range of responses from an expression of understanding of India's case to a positive support of the move from the international community. The US, Russia, France and many other countries confined themselves to counselling India and Pakistan to reduce tension and sort out any issue relating to Kashmir through bilateral dialogue. They did not question India's consistent position that J&K was an integral part of India and that the trouble in the state was caused by Pak-sponsored cross border terrorism. J&K housed many religions and cultural traditions and the dispute about it was territorial in the sense that a part of the state as pointed out by India was in adverse possession of Pakistan symbolised by the LoC. It was not a 'Muslim issue' even though the state had a Muslim majority the reality lying in the finality of accession of J&K into India accepted by Maharaja Hari Singh the then ruler of the princely state, in October 1948.

    Army chief in Kashmir to review security
    National

    Army chief in Kashmir to review security

    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will be in Srinagar on Friday to review security preparedness in the Valley in view of the external threats following the withdrawal of the special category status of Jammu and Kashmir. The Valley has also been put on high alert ahead of Friday prayers, said sources.

    India rejects remarks about human rights situation in J-K, says no life lost, no bullet fired
    National

    India rejects remarks about human rights situation in J-K, says no life lost, no bullet fired

    Rejecting the statements of some orgsations about the human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir, India on Thursday said that these were not based on facts and that the administration is handling the situation with "maturity and restraint."

    Most Popular Stories