Free Press Journal
  • Kashmir: How long the slow-bleed?

    How long more must Kashmir bleed before the nation as a whole can build a consensus on an effective approach to eliminate the daily threat of terrorist attacks on soldiers and civilians alike? The seemingly unending series of attacks on the army camps and posts in the Valley has taken a heavy toll of human life and have certainly impaired the morale of the country for it to be able to neutralise

  • Valentine’s Day 2018: 5 most romantic Valentine holiday destinations

    The season of love is here and we know you have been looking forward to spending some quality time with the love of your life. So, this Valentine’s day don’t just sit at home and watch ‘Netflix and chill’ instead of that go and visit some exotic places in India with your love. This gift will be most romantic gift for that person as this one day holds phenomenal importance in every

  • BJP planning ‘major assault’ on Constitution: Shashi Tharoor

    New Delhi: The BJP government is looking to make a “major assault” on the Constitution if the ruling party gets a majority in both the Houses of Parliament, says Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who feels the attack on various constitutional provisions, like Article 370 on Kashmir and secularism, will be part of attempts to create a “Hindu rashtra” (nation).

  • Tremors in India, Pakistan after Afghanistan witnesses 6.0 magnitude earthquake

    Islamabad/Kabul: A powerful 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck northern Afghanistan today, with the tremors felt as far away as India and Pakistan, where one girl was killed and 11 people were injured. The quake hit at 12:37 IST near Afghanistan’s northern border with Tajikistan in the Hindu Kush mountains at a depth of 191 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.

  • Mobile internet services snapped in Kashmir

    Srinagar: Mobile internet services have been snapped in Kashmir as a precautionary measure on the occasion of the Republic Day, officials said today.

  • Pakistan criticises Netanyahu’s visit to India

    Islamabad: Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Wednesday criticised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to India, saying both India and Israel have anti-Islam nexus.

  • Kashmiri teens brainwashed to target ‘enemies’ of Islam

    Srinagar : A teenage Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) suicide bomber killed on Sunday in Kashmir had threatened terror attacks across India in an undated video which announces the “roaring” resurgence of his outfit headed by the Pakistan-based militant Masood Azhar.

  • ‘Issue of Kashmir needs peaceful resolution in accordance with UNSC’

    Islamabad : The Kashmir issue needs a peaceful resolution in accordance with the UN Security Council to ensure global and regional peace and stability, according to a joint declaration signed here by six countries, including Russia and China.

  • Body of JeM terrorist found from Pulwama district in J&K: Police

    Srinagar: The body of a terrorist belonging to the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) was found by the police from south Kashmir’s Pulwama district today. Acting on a tip-off, the body was recovered from the Tral area of the district, a police official said. He added that the slain terrorist, apparently a foreign national, was killed in an explosion which took place while explosives were being assembled in a hideout.

  • Restrictions in Srinagar to prevent separatist rally

    Srinagar, Restrictions were imposed in many parts of Srinagar and Anantnag on Friday to prevent a separatist-called protest rally, officials said. The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), a separatist conglomerate headed by Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik, have called a rally to south Kashmir Anantnag town.

  • Kashmir: Avalanche hits LoC post, 3 soldiers missing

    Srinagar, Three soldiers of the Indian Army went missing on Tuesday after an avalanche hit their post on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora district.

  • French journalist detained in J&K for filming pellet victims

    Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Police has arrested a French journalist here for making a documentary on pellet victims. “Comiti Paul Edward has been detained for violating visa norms in Srinagar,” a senior police officer said.