NIA raids offices of Greater Kashmir and ‘activist’ associated with NGO that called Amarnath Yatra ‘militarised pilgrimage’
The NIA also carried out raids at the offices of another dubious NGO called 'Athroat', a houseboat named 'HB Hilton' in the Dal Lake and on the residence of 'activist' Khurram Parvez.
Farooq Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti, Sajjad Lone come together to form ‘Gupkar Alliance’, vow to restore articles 370, 35A and statehood in Jammu & Kashmir
The in the Gupkar alliance seeks restoration of Articles 370 and 35A and also the statehood for Jammu and Kashmir
What they did on 5th August, was the last nail on the ‘coffin of India’: Farooq Abdullah says Kashmiris would prefer to be ruled...
Abdullah stated, "once the restrictions are lifted, lakhs of Kashmiris will hit the streets protesting against the Modi government".
Pakistan gives Nishan-e-Pakistan award to Kashmiri radical Syed Ali Shah Geelani, wants his ‘struggles’ included in school curriculum
Last month, Syed Ali Shah Geelani had reportedly resigned from the Hurriyat Conference, a conglomerate of separatist groups in the Valley.
Pakistani infiltrators chanting Azaadi slogans stopped at Jiskool, Muzaffarabad as they threaten to march toward Srinagar
Hundreds of Pakistanis have gathered near the LoC, in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) ready to infiltrate India for a ‘Freedom March’, two months after the Indian government abrogated Article 370.
NIA nails top separatist leaders, Kashmiri separatist leaders admit their involvement in terror funding case
Masarat Alam told that Pakistan based agents channeled the funds through hawala operators which were transferred to the separatist leaders including Syed Shah Gilani.
NIA raids on Kashmiri separatist leaders: Incriminating electronic equipments, documents and letterheads of terror organisations found
The raids were part of a search operation linked to the agency’s investigation in the alleged terror-funding case.
Kashmir: Govt withdraws security cover of 18 separatists and 155 politicians and ‘activists’, calls it ‘wastage of resources’
In the last 10 years, the Jammu and Kashmir government has spent more than ₹10 crore in providing security to the Hurriyat leaders.
The proposed talks had to be cancelled after the government took a serious note of evidence which revealed Pakistan's role in recent abductions and killing of SPOs.
The inputs from the agencies said that the terrorists have planned to carry out terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and New Delhi on the Independence Day
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