Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir): The Sree Amarnath Shrine Board on Sunday gave up its claim on the 39.88 hectares of forest land after an assurance from J&K government, after 7 day violent protests against land allotment by Muslims. Read more »
Tens of thousands of Muslim demonstrators filled the streets in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Friday, burning flags and effigies of Indian leaders on a fifth day of protests against the transfer of land to a Hindu shrine. Read more »
In occupied Kashmir, three people have been killed and hundreds wounded since Monday as Indian troops used brute force to quell protests that erupted over the transfer of Kashmiris’ land to non-Kashmiris. Read more »
New Delhi: With number of pilgrims visiting Amarnath cave shrine in Kashmir growing every year, the Centre reviewed the security arrangements at a high level meeting with representatives of the armed forces. Read more »
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