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NIA raids a dozen places in Kashmir after terror funding tip-off

Hardnews Bureau

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted raids at about a dozen places in the Kashmir valley in connection with alleged terror funding from Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied-Ka

“Every cow needs to be protected! So perhaps one constable for every 10 cows!!”

In a conversation with Hardnews, Dr. Arvind Verma, talks about the complete disregard of the rule of law in India, the beef ban and the logistics of implementation

“Every cow needs to be protected! So perhaps one constable for every 10 cows!!”

In a conversation with Hardnews, Dr. Arvind Verma, talks about the complete disregard of the rule of law in India, the beef ban and the logistics of implementation 

Pak hand behind ‘stone pelting’ in J&K: Rajnath

New Delhi:  Home Minister Rajnath Singh today squarely blamed Pakistan for continuous efforts to destabilize Jammu and Kashmir and said even the "stone pelting" exercises resorted by youth in

Pakistan Day: Separatist leaders detained and put under house arrest in Kashmir

Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference chairmen Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Moulvi Omar Farooq remained under house arrest while restrictions continued on about half-a-dozen other separatist leaders t

Jitendra Singh hits out at Opp for politicising Army chief's remark on Kashmir

Hardnews Bureau

New Delhi: BJP today came out in strong defence of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who is under criticism from the Opposition, specially the Congress for making a "strong" statement regarding Kashm

Indo-Pak: Swords crossed, nowhere to go

By ratcheting up nationalistic sentiments to a fever pitch, the BJP is trying to reap political dividends
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Autumn in Srinagar

The lack of normalcy after curfew ended shows that the militants’ diktat rules, and Delhi’s only option is to engage the populace
Maya Mirchandani Srinagar 

Kashmir: 'She pelted no stones, but the pellets got her too'

Mushtaq Ahmad, father of 14-year-old Insha, who was hit by pellets in Shopian, has been by his daughter's side in the capital for a month, but she might never be able to see again
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

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