From frying pan into fire for Kashmir's surrendered militants? - 1 month ago
Even as the outcome of the National Investigating Agency (NIA) probe into the arrest of Syed Liaquat Shah is awaited, the plight of militants who surrendered in Jammu and Kashmir under a 2010 policy has come into sharp focus.
Life back to normal in Kashmir Valley, schools open - 2 months ago
Life started normally in summer capital Srinagar and all other major towns of the Valley on Monday as people thronged markets, banks and workplaces. Law enforcing agencies, though, were alert and on their toes.
Was Srinagar fidayeen attack a one-off incident? - 2 months ago
The deadly fidayeen (suicide attack) strike in Srinagar on Wednesday, which occurred after three years, has brought back gory memories of blood and bombs. Many in the state government, however, say it was a one-off incident.
Shah Rukh Khan to shoot Yash Chopra's movie in Kashmir - 8 months ago
Chopra and his crew arrived in Srinagar on Saturday to work for the yet untitled movie, whose first teaser has already been released in theatres.
Stolen as infant, back as teen: Kashmiri twin's tale - 1 year ago
His story would put Bollywood's lost and found tales to shame. Sarmad, a teenager, says he was sold for Rs10,000 by a nurse in Srinagar's biggest maternity hospital to a childless couple Aug 2, 1994, soon after he was born.