Watch: The moment when terrorists threw grenade in Srinagar market which claimed one life, injured 22
A grenade was hurled by terrorists at Maulana Azad Road market in Srinagar earlier today.
Kashmir petitions: SC rejects petitions on internet restoration, gives govt 28 days to file affidavit on Article 370 abrogation
Ten different petitions filed by different petitioners, including Shehla Rashid, Shah Faesal, ML Sharma, CPI(M) leader MY Tarigami, NC leader Mohammad Akbar Lone and others were listed before the bench.
The video, dated 26 September show a busy, bustling city with going about its business in a perfectly peaceful manner.
The Wire, in its 26 August video, had claimed that no newspapers are being printed in Kashmir and it is a situation 'worse than the emergency'.
Earlier, former chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah were detained by the J&K police in the wake of law and order situation in the state.
Yechury allowed Srinagar visit to meet his party colleague, any political stunt to be deemed violation of court order
After considering Yechury's plea, The SC has stated that his request to visit is to be granted only under the condition that he will meet his colleague Tarigami and will not indulge in any political activity.
Pakistan uses India Today journalist who created a drama at Srinagar airport to show India in bad light
The theatric by India Today journalist Mausami Singh at Srinagar airport is being used by a desperate Pakistan to further their own narrative about Kashmir.
India Today journalist plays victim after being accosted by security personnel for video recording at Defence airport in Srinagar
Journalist Mausami Singh from India Today went berserk when a security personnel informed her shooting videos on Srinagar airport is prohibited
The delegation of opposition leaders were not allowed to leave the airport and was made to return within an hour of their landing.
No shortage, no overpricing: Srinagar administration dismisses rumours of medicine unavailability in Kashmir
The government along with local administration have ensured that while the restrictions are in place, there is no shortage of food, medicines, commodities or services in Jammu and Kashmir.