Jammu and Kashmir: Dalits, children of exiled Kashmiri Pandits can now have domicile certificates and get equal rights at jobs
The Valmiki community which was brought to work as sanitation workers by the erstwhile state government in 1957, was not eligible for any government jobs apart from sanitation work, despite living and working in the UT for decades.
‘Journalist’ Rajdeep Sardesai fumes as Zee News editor Sudhir Chaudhary talks about ‘Land Jihad’ in Jammu on his show, gets schooled
In his show, Sudhir Chaudhary highlighted the ‘land jihad’ using Roshni Act, and exposed the nexus of PDP and National Conference leaders with terrorists.
Land Jihad: NGO says Abdullahs, Ghulam Nabi Azad and PDP helped in Islamisation of Jammu region with encroachments, state-sponsored settlements
Advocate Sharma also said that in 1994, there were 3 Mosques in Jammu in 1994 and twenty-six years later, the number stands at 100.
Jammu and Kashmir: Politicians Sajjad Lone and Waheed Parra released from detention after 6 months of abrogation of 370
Former separatist and politician Sajjad Lone and PDP's Waheed Parra released from detention
Jammu and Kashmir administration has freed almost all local leaders in Jammu who were under preventive detention
While talking about Muslims in Jammu, Karan Thapar diminishes massacre of Hindus and Sikhs in Jammu and the KP exodus
Karan Thapar in his article "We cannot be selective about the past in Jammu & Kashmir" in Hindustan Times dated 15th Sept 2019, gives a call to morality, intellectual honesty and being conscious to multiple peoples and their identities.
Kashmir updates: Mobile phone services restored in 5 districts of Jammu, CPI(M)’s Sitaram Yechury leaves for Srinagar
Mobile services, which have been cut off across Jammu and Kashmir since August 5 have been restored in five districts in Jammu: Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban, Rajouri and Poonch.
A crowd of 'Lal Salam' enthusiasts gathered in JNU late last night and did a lot of sloganeering against the government's decision and claimed that the stripping of Article 370 is an attack on Kashmir's 'culture'.
After Amarnath Yatra, Machail Yatra to goddess Durga shrine in Kishtwar suspended, pilgrims asked to go back
Angrez Singh Rana, the district commissioner of Kishtwar has informed that the Machail Yatra to Goddess Durga shrine in the district has been suspended.
Intelligence agencies fear terrorists in jail radicalising common inmates, Home Ministry to create separate jails for the terrorists
The Union Home Ministry has been since 2015, planning to construct such secluded jails exclusively for terrorists.
The Yogi Adityanath govt has been working relentlessly to provide employment and various other facilities to the migrant workers who have returned to the state amidst the nationwide lockdown
UP: Police books over two dozen people for gathering in large groups to offer Eid namaz in a Muzaffarnagar Mosque
Defying administration's repeated appeals, a raft of Muslims congregated at the mosque in Kajian colony in Muzaffarnagar to offer prayers on the occasion of Eid-al-Fitr
Styrene gas tragedy: LG Polymers was warned over toxic styrene levels, green ministry red flags delay by Andhra govt: Report
A major chemical leak from the LG Polymers plant near Visakhapatnam impacted villages in a five-km radius
Coronavirus outbreak: Congress demands a fresh Union Budget, claims the pandemic demands increased spending by the centre
Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram in his column has argued that the present scenario has rendered the Union Budget declared in February irrelevant
England: Pakistani arrested for vandalising Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara, note on Kashmir posted in the Gurdwara recovered
In the attack which took place on May 25 morning at Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara in Derby, England, the unidentified man had broken the Gurudwara's windows
Here is the truth about the fake TIME magazine cover page shared by Ravish Kumar and subsequently deleted
His legendary capacity to peddle fake news was once again exposed when Ravish Kumar shared a fake TIME magazine cover in a bid to malign PM Modi.
Pinjra Tod ‘activist’ arrested for inciting Delhi riots was a columnist with The Wire and Newslaundry
Delhi police arrested two women, Natasha Narwal, who was also a columnist with The Wire and Devangna Kalita for inciting the anti-Hindu Delhi riots
Mumbai Police issues prohibitory order, to take action against messages on social media: Here is how it curbs criticism against Uddhav Govt
For MLA Aaditya Thackeray too, the most worrying aspect of the pandemic in Maharashtra is the ‘hate on social media'
The bodies of the Sadhus were found in their ashram in Maharashtra's Nanded late on Saturday night
The accusations of graft against AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal came to light after a water tanker owner, Dr Rajendra Singh, committed suicide alleging harassment for payment from the AAP MLA and his aide Kapil Nagar