The poor turnout of students can be gauged from the fact that in some districts, the number of schools surpasses the number of students attending.
Police stopped thousands of participants of a 'Freedom Long March' called by Sardar Mohammad Saghir-led faction of the JKLF for alleged rioting amid a pro-independence sit-in.
For Kashmiri pandits, striking down of Article 370, which abrogated Kashmir's special privileges, by the Central government has nothing to do with their rehabilitation.
Dozens of students from Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia, JNU and other educational institutions in Delhi as well professionals took part in the protest.
Many have turned their focus to two most crucial aspects — preservation of the culture that is innate to Ladakh and the fragile ecosystem.
An incident of stone-pelting was reported from Poonch district's Baflaiz area during protests against the government's move to abrogate Article 370.
Dozens of backdoor appointments in the J&K Bank came to the surface during the ACB investigations into the working of the bank's sacked chairman.
Sources said over 200 weapons including AK-47 rifles, SLRs and INSAS rifles were snatched by militants in the last three years.
An indication about the government taking a tough line on the issue came in Parliament recently when Shah emphasized, repeatedly, that Article 370 of the Constitution is "temporary in nature".
The army's spokesman said Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation with the firing of small arms and shelling with mortars along the LoC in Mendhar sector.
Jammu and Kashmir: 33 dead, 20 injured as minibus falls into gorge in Kishtwar, PM Modi condoles loss of lives
Police said an overloaded minibus on its way towards Kishtwar from Keshwan area, skidded off the road and fell into a deep gorge in Keshwan-Thakrai ar
In addition to the CRPF troops, Army and J&K police personnel have taken up positions on both the yatra routes—Jammu-Pahalgam- Amarnath cave and Jammu-Baltal-Amarnath cave.
The anti-tank mine was noticed by some villagers alongside the bank of Basantar river in the Sapwal area Friday, a police official said.
According to the official statement, a resolution seeking approval of parliament for the same will be moved in both the houses of parliament during the forthcoming session.
The court acquitted seventh accused Vishal, the son of main accused Sanji Ram, giving him the 'benefit of doubt', said Farooqi Khan, who represented the victim's family in the court.