Havaldar Nirmal Singh of the 10 JAK Rifles unit of the Army was critically injured in the firing and subsequently succumbed to his injuries
This is the first time the Indian government, not Pakistan, has repudiated the gains made by peace initiatives. Kashmiris bear the brunt.
A new J&K law makes damage to property during protests punishable. Many find it draconian.
Fear and uncertainty regarding Jammu & Kashmir's identity offer a fertile field for militant recruitment which Pakistan will certainly exploit, writes author Radha Kumar
Our PM put all protocol aside and visited Pakistan, he took initiative to normalise relations, but our neighbour don't mend their ways, Home Minister Rajnath Singh tells Outlook.
A regular column on the essential buzz
"I deeply regret the way the report was handled. They (interlocutors) did a fantastic job. We should have acted. It remains one of my regrets," the Congress leader said.
Progress is being made in J&K, but don’t expect miracles
Dineshwar Sharma, a dove in the IB if there can be one, spoke to Outlook about his new assignment as the interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir
Now that convulsions on Kashmir’s streets have subsided, the Centre makes a careful bid for talks, appointing Dineshwar Sharma as interlocutor. Too late in...