Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan Raises Kashmir Issue At UNGA; Says, India-Pak Not At Peace
Addressing at the 77th session of UNGA in New York, Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said that India and Pakistan “have not established peace between them yet”. This has come as he raided the border issue of India’s Kashmir. He then considered the situation “unfortunate”, and hoped that peace will be established soon. Notably, Erdogan met PM Modi on the sideline of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit on September 16.
Tags: Pakistan, kashmir, Tayyip Erdogan, UNGA, Turkey
Courtesy: India Today
Pakistan PM Wants 'Permanent Peace' With India, Prefers To Solve Kashmir Issue Without War
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on August 20 stated Pakistan seeks "permanent peace" with India through dialogue since war is not an option for any country to resolve the Kashmir problem. Sharif also stated that long-term peace in the area was dependent on the resolution of the Kashmir problem in accordance with UN resolutions. The Kashmir dispute and cross-border terrorism coming from Pakistan have frequently strained relations between India… read-more
Tags: Pakistan, India, War, kashmir, Peace
Courtesy: Zee News
Army Dog 'Axel' Dies During Kashmir Anti-Terrorist Operation
"Axel," an Indian Army dog, was killed on July 30 during a counter-terrorist operation in the Kashmir valley. The 26 Army Dog Unit's two-year-old was killed in battle after being shot by terrorist gunfire while participating in a counter-terrorist operation with the 29 Rashtriya Rifles unit in the region of 10 Sector RR counter-… read-more
Tags: army dog, Axel, anti-terrorist operation, kashmir, KILLED
Courtesy: Free Press Journal
Kashmir Mega Football Tournament Ends With FC Hyderia Champions
The Kashmir Mega Football Tournament, organized by the Voice For Peace and Justice, finished in the JKSC playground Sehpora, with the FC Hyderia football club becoming the winners. The event included 32 teams from Kashmir, with the final being between Sadam Tigers and Hyderia Football Club. Trophies, mementos, cash… read-more
Tags: kashmir, Kashmir Mega Football Tournament, Voice for Peace and Justice, Football, Nigeria
Forest Department To Construct 68 Water Reservoirs In South Kashmir
The Forest Department will build up to 68 water reservoirs in all of the districts of South Kashmir, That will benefit the ecosystem, locals, and hikers. Irfan Ali Shah, Conservator of Forest South Kashmir, disclosed that Forest Department will build additional water reservoirs under the CAMP program and CAPEX budget. According to Shah, an eco-tourist hut that will serve as a rest stop for Kunsar Nag Kulgam hikers is being built shortly.
Tags: water resovoirs, kashmir, Forest Department, Jammu and Kashmir, CAMP scheme
Courtesy: India today
Paper Setter Debarred After Asking Controversial Question On Kashmir In MPPSC Exam
A question posed in the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission's (MPPSC) State Service and Forest Service Preliminary Examination on June 19 has created controversy. The question was: "Should India decide to give Kashmir to Pakistan?" The Public Service Commission has issued a notice prohibiting the paper setter from doing any work for MPPSC. "Therefore, considering it in the category of misconduct, you are debarred by the commission," the… read-more
Tags: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission, Madhya Pradesh, question paper, Controversy, kashmir
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Over 100 Terrorists Eliminated Since Beginning Of 2022 In Kashmir, Say Officials
Officials from Jammu and Kashmir have reported that over 100 terrorists have been eliminated in counter terrorism operations since the beginning of 2022. Notably, during the same corresponding period in 2021, 50 terrorists including one foreigner were killed. This year, 100 terrorists Including 29 foreigners have been killed. Of this, 63 reportedly belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba terror outfit and 24 to Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit.
Tags: kashmir, Terrorism, jeM, LeT, J&K
Courtesy: Press Trust Of India
Kulgam Bank Manager's Murder: Terrorists Identified, Will Be Neutralised Soon, Says IGP Vijay Kumar
Kashmir's Inspector General of Police (IGP) said that he has identified the terrorists involved in Kulgam bank manager's murder case. He further stated that the terrorists will be neutralised soon. The manager who worked at a bank in Kulgam, hailed from Rajasthan's Hanumangarh. Condemning his killing, Union Jal Shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said, "coward terrorists will not be spared".
Tags: kashmir, kulgam, Bank Manager Murder, IGP Vijay Kumar, Kashmiri Pandits
Terrorists Behind Kashmiri TV Actress Amreen Bhat's Killing Neutralized: J&K
In Kashmir's Avantipora, two terrorists involved in the murder of Kashmiri TV actress Amreen Bhat, have been neutralized, on May 27. The terrorists identified as Shakir Ahmed Waza and Afreen Aftab Malik have been killed withing 24 hours of Amreen's death, said IGP Vijay Kumar. Furthermore, 10 terrorists including three from three from Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and seven from Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) have been killed in three days, in Kashmir Valley… read-more
Tags: LeT, jeM, kashmir, Amreen Bhat, J&K
RSS Leader Indresh Kumar Raises Voice Against Kashmiri Pandits Killing
RSS leader Indresh Kumar took a dig at political parties for keeping silent in the recent killing of Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu and Kashmir. On May 16, Kumar said, "The anger of Kashmiri Pandits is justified. But the bigger anger is about the silence of political parties that chant slogans of secularism". He also appealed people of Kashmir to stand with Pandits against the terrorism, causing trouble to the Kashmiri pandits.
Tags: Kashmiri Pandits, kashmir, Killings, RSS Leader Indresh Kumar, Political Parties