Thursday, January 23, 2020
Thousands of people joined the funeral procession of Suhail Ahmad Sofi, 16, who was killed early morning on Saturday a few meters outside his house in Narbal Market, Budgam district of central Kashmir. Suhail is the youngest son in...
The Ashura processions in Kashmir were taken out amid strict restrictions on Tuesday. Thousands of people participated in these processions in the interiors of the cities and towns, as the government continues the ban on the religious procession. The...
A month after the devastating floods hit Himalayan region Kashmir, submerging even the summer capital city and economic hub, Srinagar, also - people in the region are celebrating Eid Ul Azha. The celebrations, this year, are not like any...
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Sunday placed strict restrictions in the civil lines area of summer capital Srinagar to stop Muharram processions of Shia community. The processions have been banned since the armed rebellion started in the region. Shia...
In the harsh chill of winter, thousands of people came out in different parts of Kashmir valley to hold procession celebrating the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), which is called Eid-e-Milad in the valley.
Shopian: Rayees Ahmad Ganie, who used to work as a laborer, was shot at in head by army personnel on last Saturday during a protest. He succumbed to his injuries today morning at a hospital in Srinagar. On Wednesday, at...
PHOTOGRAPHS BY BHAT BURHAN and SAIDE ZAHOOR A group of five militants, affiliated with different outfits including Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) were Saturday killed in an encounter that raged between forces and militants in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district. A civilian was...
^Cover Photograph by Bhat Burhan for The Kashmir Walla Before the dust settled down on Saturday in Kashmir Valley, news of a gunfight in Mujgund area on the outskirts of Srinagar spread across. At around...
In last year, autumn, while I was waiting near a taxi stand to board sumo for Kashmir University near GawKadal, Srinagar, I saw a woman; short, wrinkled face, sitting on the roadside with a stick in hand—crying. Her name,...
Police on Wednesday detained dozens of Shia mourners and resorted to tear gas shelling and cane charging to thwart traditional 8th Muharram procession in Srinagar. Authorities on Wednesday decided to impose restrictions in order to curb mourning processions in civil...
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