Tarigami asks GoI to keep Army out of politics - Daily Excelsior

Srinagar, May 31: State General Secretary of CPI (M) and MLA Kulgam, Muhammad Yusuf Tarigami today asked Government of India to keep country's Army away from politics and “not use Army for to pursue its agenda”. Addressing a press conference here, ...

NSC voices concern on Indian atrocities in Kashmir - Pakistan Observer

A meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif here on Wednesday deliberated upon overall internal and external security situation of the country with particular reference to the situation on eastern and ...

Ramazan in Kashmir hedged by Indian aramy - Pakistan Observer

THE blessed month of Ramadan, Almost always Kashmir follows the decision of the moonsighting committee of Pakistan and this year was no exception to that.Kashmir being a Muslim majority state, presently divided between India, Pakistan and China, ...

Turning Kashmir 'war zone' disappointing: Sinha - Pakistan Observer

In occupied Kashmir, regretting New Delhi's hard posturing on Kashmir, former Indian minister and senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party, Yashwant Sinha has said that he was disappointed to hear the party leaders as well as ministers calling Kashmir a ...

Pakistan condemns 'atrocities by forces' in Kashmir - Greater Kashmir

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday chaired a high-level meeting to discuss key security issues with civilian and military officials who condemned the “atrocities” by forces in Kashmir. During the National Security Committee meeting at ...

The BJP failure - Greater Kashmir

Kashmir valley continues to be on the boil. The volatile situation is yet another grim reminder of the failure of Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Center to address genuine political aspirations of the people. While in last three years, Modi has ...

Back to the chaos - Greater Kashmir

With social media restored and the holy month of Ramadan dawning, there was a sense of relief among the people of Kashmir. They soon flooded the markets to prepare for the month long fasting. The calm didn't last longer as the gunfight broke out ...

It's nearly Martial Law in Kashmir: Tarigami - Greater Kashmir

CPI (M) leader Muhammad Yusuf Tarigami Wednesday said that army was never solution to Kashmir issue and never will it be. He said that the statements that are being made for past few weeks are tantamount to the declaration of Martial Law in Kashmir.

Vietnam War memories revived! - Greater Kashmir

A photograph of Farooq Ahmad Dar, a weaver from a village in Badgam Kashmir, tied to the front of an Army jeep and paraded through 30 odd villages during the 9 April Srinagar Parliament by-election had gone viral on the social media including Twitter ...

The way to fight a dirty war? - The Asian Age

There should be absolutely no doubt in anyone's mind that tying Farooq Ahmed Dar, a shawl weaver from a village in Kashmir's Budgam, to the fender of a Rakshak jeep to use him as a human shield and parade him through villages to “deter stone-pelters” ...

A permanent Kashmir solution - Kashmir Observer

For an enduring Kashmir solution, New Delhi will have to sustainably talk to Pakistan and the stakeholders in Kashmir. Only an acceptable solution that arises from such an engagement will hold.

Indian Army kills five Pakistani soldiers in LoC strike - Livemint

A file photo. The offensive was conducted along the Line of Control in the Muzaffarabad sector by the Army's Para (special forces). Photo: HT. New Delhi: The Indian Army's special forces in Kashmir on Wednesday eliminated a Pakistani Border Action Team ...

International community asked to take notice of Indian state terrorism in Kashmir - International News Network

MUZAFFARABAD: The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Cabinet through its unanimously passed resolution appealed international community to take serious notice of Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir. The AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan ...

NSC expresses concern over Indian atrocities in Kashmir - Pakistan Today

ISLAMABAD: The members of the National Security Committee (NSC) meeting on Wednesday expressed serious concern over the atrocities by Indian forces against innocent people of Jammu and Kashmir and resolved to continue its moral and diplomatic ...

Disengaging from the 'idea of India' - Rising Kashmir

I got an admission in a dilapidated government school in 1990. Back then schools wore a deserted look. Pandit teachers were leaving the valley. Our area had a sizable pandit population particularly in villages like Batagund, Aakura, Thejiwara and Nowbugh.

Desperate Pakistan mulling another border attack with 27 new terror recruits - India Today

As the Indian Army is busy flushing out terrorists from Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan is desperately trying to push fresh batch of terrorists across the border. A recent photograph of 27 new recruits have been intercepted by Indian intelligence agencies.

Islamabad condemns Kabul attack - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul on Wednesday morning that caused deaths of at least 80 people with over 250 injured. Kabul blast has also caused damage to the residences of some Pakistani diplomats and ...

Modi-led Govt taking forward RSS agenda: Tarigami - Rising Kashmir Daily English Newspaper (press release)

Stating Bhartiya Janta Party was a platform of RSS, CPI (M) leader and MLA Kulgam, Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami Wednesday said Modi-led Government was taking forward RSS agenda. “During the last three working years of BJP government, it has been ...

Keep Army away from your political agenda: Tarigami to GoI - Kasmir Monitor

Srinagar, May 31: CPI (M) senior leader and MLA Kulgam, Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami on Wednesday said that the Government of India (GoI) must stop using Army as instrument for their political agenda. He also termed the statement made by Army Chief; ...

Text Bulletin 2100 hrs - Radio Pakistan (press release)

National Security Committee, which met with Prime Minister in the chair, has discussed internal and external security situation. President has reiterated Pakistan's desire for cordial relations with neighbors, including India, on equality basis ...