Dispute articles

Why India’s idea of a limited war With Pakistan is a delusion

Inspired by the bellicose nature of his prime minister, the Indian army chief has threatened Pakistan with punitive action in the form of limited war for waging a so-called proxy war against India. Apart from his misplaced confidence in his army, the Pakistan Army’s commitment on the western front could also have encouraged him. The

Geelani Says No To Pakistan Embassy’s Eid Milan For ‘Ignoring’ Kashmir

Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has decided against attending the Eid Milan being hosted by the Pakistan High Commission here on July 21 over the Kashmir issue being “ignored” at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi in Russia last week. The hardline Hurriyat Conference leader told IANS that

‘No To Townships For Kashmiri Pandits’: Who Said What

Maria Syed Srinagar, Apr 8: Dubbing them as “townships of hatred”, both pro- and anti-India leaders in Jammu and Kashmir Wednesday opposed building composite townships for migrant Kashmir Pandits. “We won’t allow these townships of hatred and will oppose it tooth and nail,” the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Muhammad Yasin Malik said at

Six Killed in Jammu Kashmir Fidayeen Attack

By News Desk Srinagar, Mar 20: Six people, including three paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel, two militants and a civilians were killed Friday in an audacious Fidayeen attack on a police station near India, Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir. Nine Indian security forces personnel were also injured in the attack that last

Repeal AFSPA to Rein In Trigger Happy Militia

Mohamad Zubair-u-Din They were gunned down into silence. The dreams nurtured by the budding buds were shattered. Yes, killings of two youths by Army at Chattergam in central Kashmir’s Budgam district are another addition to the gory dance of death and destruction unleashed by Indian security apparatus in Kashmir. And as usual the condemnations from