Free Press Journal
  • Jammu & Kashmir: University professor’s military stint lasts 36 hours, gunned down by security forces

    Srinagar: In a major success, five Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, including its top commander Saddam Padder and a fresh recruit — a university professor, were killed in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir, even as five civilians died during clashes between protesters and law enforcing agencies near the encounter site. The civilian deaths included a 17-year-old.

  • Love Kills: 4 terrorists killed with a weakness for women

    Unless you live under the rocks you might be aware of the encounter of the top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Abu Dujana in a joint operation carried out by the Jammu & Kashmir police, Army and CRPF. Hailing from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir’s Gilgit Baltistan, Dujana was involved in several terrorist attacks including the assassination of a PDP district president, Pampore and Udhampur attacks. He was also the key-recruiter of Lashkar-e-Taiba and also in-charge of several terror operations

  • Pak reading from Lashkar script to hail Burhan: India

    New Delhi : India on Sunday said the Pakistan government was “reading” from Lashkar-e-Taiba’s terror script in hailing Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani whose death on July 8 last year sparked months long deadly unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Cannot solve unrest in Kashmir at gunpoint: Congress to Modi

    New Delhi: After Congress leader Saifuddin Soz said that he would have kept Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani alive for sake of dialogue, the Indian National Congress (INC) today said that instead of firing on people in the Valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi must involve in bilateral talks.

  • Has BJP bashing become the favourite past time for Liberals?

    India is world’s largest democracy and it has world’s second largest population after China. India prides itself on freedom of expression, free speech, dissent and raising questions against the government. The situation in India has changed over the past three years, when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led NDA came to power with astonishing majority and changed the political discourse. The government at the centre headed by Narendra Modi has past many legislations,

  • Burhan Wani successor Sabzar Ahmad killed in south Kashmir

    Srinagar: Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Burhan Wani, was today killed along with another militant in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

  • No compensation provided to Burhan’s family: Mehbooba

    Jammu: No compensation has been paid to the next of kin of slain Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani or his brother Khalid Muzaffar Wani, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Wednesday while revealing that such exgratia has been given to the next of kin of 77 soldiers killed in the state since January 2015.

  • Army men dying doesn’t give us joy: Burhan’s father

    New Delhi : Kashmiris don’t celebrate the deaths of army men because they are also humans, slain Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani’s father has said, ruing the alleged silence of civil society in the rest of India over killings in Kashmir.

  • Internet on postpaid mobiles restored in Kashmir after 4 months

    Srinagar : Mobile Internet services on postpaid connections were restored on Friday night in Kashmir four months after these services were snapped due to the unrest in the Valley. Mobile Internet services, which were snapped on July 15, have been restored on postpaid connections, an official said here.

  • Army launches ‘School Chalo’ operation in Kashmir

    Awantipora/New Delhi : After ‘Operation Calm down’ in South Kashmir, Army is now focusing on another operation — ‘School Chalo’, under which it identifies areas and provides students with free coaching and make them participate in extra-curricular activities.