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    Kashmiri Pandits In Pakistan Triluma

  • Kashmir’s Pandits

    IF there were any doubts that Mehbooba Mufti, chief minister of Indian Jammu & Kashmir, would diverge from her father and former chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed’s dubious policy, her evasiveness on the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley should dispel them...

    In 1990, on the outbreak of militancy, around 700,000 to 800,000 Pandits fled from Kashmir...

  • Indian police arrest Kashmiri leader over protest, raising pro-Pakistan slogans

    SRINAGAR: Indian police said that a top Kashmiri separatist leader has been arrested for leading an anti-India protest march and raising pro-Pakistan slogans earlier in the week...

    Read more: Kashmiri leader waves Pakistani flag at rally in SrinagarWahid Rehman Parra, youth president and spokesperson of Mufti Sayeed's People's Democratic Party, had said that 'separatists' cannot be denied the political space any longer...

  • Clashes break in Srinagar as Kashmiri students chant pro-Pakistan slogans

    ISLAMABAD: Clashes broke out in Indian-held Kashmir on Sunday when Kashmiri students chanted pro-Pakistan and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of a marathon in Srinagar...

    Footage showed the university students as chanting “Pakistan! Pakistan!” and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of the 'Big Kashmir Marathon' in Hazratbal area of Srinagar as Indian forces fired tear-gas shells and baton charged the young demonstrators, a news channel...

  • Pakistan condoles killing of 12-year-old Kashmiri boy in IHK protests

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Sunday expressed its condolences over the killing of 12-year-old Junaid Ahmad during a violent protest in India-held Kashmir (IHK) last week...

    Read more: Anti-India clashes erupt in Srinagar after boy's killingThe Foreign Office (FO) in a statement issued on Sunday said that the government and the people of Pakistan extend their deepest condolences to the bereaved family of the slain 12-year-old...

  • Kashmiri leader waves Pakistani flag at rally in Srinagar

    A Kashmiri leader waved a Pakistani flag at a political gathering in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-held Kashmir...

    The 47-year-old Alam, a likely successor to Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, organised Kashmiri youth to welcome Geelani on his return from New Delhi...

  • Kashmiri militants kill three Indian officers

    Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947...

    Militant groups have fought the more than 500,000 Indian soldiers deployed in the restive territory for decades, demanding independence or a merger of the former Himalayan kingdom with Pakistan...

  • Kashmiri man used as human shield by Indian army had voted prior to capture: report

    A police inquiry into the use of a Kashmiri man as a human shield by the Indian army on the day of by-polls in Srinagar has found that the man in question had, as he claimed, cast his vote before he was detained, tied to the bonnet of an army jeep, and paraded through several villages in the Budgam district, Scroll...

    "I was a human shield": Read a Kashmiri man's recollection here...

  • Two Indian policemen arrested in killing of Kashmiri youth

    Know more: Indian police arrest Kashmiri leader over protest, raising pro-Pakistan slogansIndian authorities have been struggling to contain growing anger after Friday's arrest of separatist leader Masarat Alam on charges of leading protests against India's rule in the region, just weeks after his release from five years in prison on the same charge...

    Kashmir is divided between neighbouring India and Pakistan, and most people within...

  • Indian army claims killing top Kashmiri fighter

    Indian officials claimed that Abu Dujana was the longest surviving Kashmiri fighter and used his popularity to escape military traps and mount attacks on army and police...

    His death is being seen as one of the biggest blows to Kashmiri militants since the death of another commander, Burhan Wani, in July last year...

  • A taste of Kashmiri cuisine and culture

    The restaurant, named Koshar Foods, was inaugurated on Thursday “to promote the culture of held Valley in its liberated part – Muzaffarabad – and give tourists and locals a taste of…Kashmiri cuisine” at Upper Adda, which turns into an undeclared food street in Muzaffarbad shortly before sunset...

    On its inaugural day, the shikara offered pink Kashmiri salty tea, goshtaba yakhni and chicken pulao, with side dishes...

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