New York: Against the backdrop of what he called “a critical time” in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan said on Friday that if the situation there is neglected, “a huge humanitarian crisis” lies ahead. more
Black Day hoardings in Kashmir against Pakistan's brutal 1947 invasion is thumbs up for India

Srinagar: In a watershed moment for India's Jammu and Kashmir, locals in summer capital Srinagar have put up hoardings to commemorate October 22 as a Black Day when Pakistan had invad ...

Pakistan indulged in ethnic cleansing of local Kashmiris in 1947: CRPF official

Suneem Khan, a senior medico serving with Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Srinagar, has alleged that Islamabad was involved in ethnic cleansing in Kashmir during the Pakistani invasio ...

Experts discuss positive effects of amendment of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir

The Jammu and Kashmir Study Center organized an event on the sidelines of the ongoing 45th session of United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), highlighting one of the most important c ...

Member of European Parliament feels scrapping of Article 370 has empowered people of Kashmir

Glasgow:  A Member of European Parliament (MEP), who visited Kashmir last autumn, has said the scrapping of Article 370 by the Indian government last year has empowered Kashmiri peop ...

PoK activist Amjad Ayub Mirza observes first anniversary of scrapping Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir

Glasgow: A prominent Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) activist observed the first anniversary of Indian government's move of scrapping Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir last year by cut ...

Violence has reduced considerably in Kashmir: Activist from Valley in London webinar a year after scrapping Article 370

London: Kashmiri activist Javaid Trali has said he feels violence has considerably reduced in the Valley ever since the Indian government scrapped Article 370 which had given special stat ...

Oil extraction plant in Srinagar to aid floriculturists in increasing income

Srinagar:  The modern oil extraction plant set up in Srinagar has emerged as a major boost for floriculture sector in the state and even generated employment in Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan's state-run PTV sacks 2 journalists for showing Kashmir as part of India

Islamabad: Pakistan's state-run PTV has sacked two employees for showing "incorrect map of Pakistan" that was showing occupied Kashmir to be a part of Indian territory.

Pakistan using non-state actors as proxies in Kashmir Valley to stir trouble: Human rights activist Amjad Ayub Mirza

Glasgow: Glasgow-based human rights activist Amjad Ayub Mirza has said Pakistan is using its non-state actors as its proxies in the Valley of Kashmir to stir disturbance.