3 terrorists killed in Srinagar encounter were repeatedly asked to surrender, but they chose to attack insteadA report by Al Jazeera overlooks crucial facts as it seeks to build a false narrative about the encounter by the security forces
Abha Khanna | Sat, Jan 2
The Economist’s way of being economical with the truth!In its current edition, London-based The Economist has gone hammer and tongs against India over the scrapping of Article 370
Shankar Kumar | Sun, Sep 13
No, land in Jammu and Kashmir is not being transferred to the armed forcesNo decision has been taken to either transfer any new land or declare areas outside cantonments or army land as strategic
Vinay Jha | Mon, Jul 20
The Telegraph uses old data for misleading narrative on tourism in J&KWrong and incomplete information has been used in an attempt to distort the reality in Jammu and Kashmir
IVD Bureau | Wed, Feb 12
Separating grain from chaff : Countering Washington Post’s article on KashmirThe article, published in the Washington post on February 5, 2020, tries to convey an incorrect picture of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir
IVD Bureau | Tue, Feb 11
Pakistan: A habitual offender of breaching ceasefire along LOCAccording to India’s Defence Ministry, there were 3,200 ceasefire violations by Pakistan during the year, compared to 1,629 such incidents in 2018
Vinay Jha | Mon, Feb 10
Debunking myths about KashmirPakistan and Chinaare not only committed to retaining control over the territories they already grabbed, but they also want to seize even more
Brahma Chellaney, Geostrategist | Wed, Jan 15
Controversy over child detentionThe Supreme Court put the controversy to rest by ruling that no minor were detained in Kashmir on December13, 2019
Hardik | Mon, Jan 6
Kashmir apple season controversy bustedFresh fruits of Kashmir are being transported out of the region in substantial amount.
Manish | Wed, Dec 11
Pakistan trying to use internet to fan extremismThe Freedom House, an international internet rights group, released its 'Freedom on the Net' (FoTN) report for the year 2019 recording an overall decline in global internet freedom between June 2018 and May 2019.
Prakriti Gupta | Wed, Dec 4
Kashmiri media and the forced fear psychosisPakistan’s ISI has worked single-mindedly to entrench a deep terror network in the Valley. It has also carefully nurtured a large section of Kashmir’s media to toe its line, in order to effectively project an anti-India narrative to the world
Abha Khanna | Tue, Dec 3
Over 41 thousand killed in J&K during last 3 decadesIncidents of violence in Jammu and Kashmir during last 3 decades
Direct | Sat, Nov 23
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IVD Infographics Desk | Tue, Jul 21
New bridges opened in Jammu and Kashmir for greater connectivityThe bridges constructed by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) were opened virtually by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
IVD Bureau, | Thu, Jul 9
Ceasefire violations and terrorist incidents in Jammu and KashmirPakistan violates the ceasefire to provide cover to terrorists entering J&K
Anwar | Wed, Apr 22
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Anwar | Sat, Jan 11
Attacks on Apple FarmersApples contribute 10 per cent to the state's economy. The attacks on truckers, farmers and apple traders left the farmers and traders aghast
Anwar | Tue, Dec 24
Incidents of violenceDuring the 115 day period from August 5 till November 27, there have been 88 such incidents as compared to 106 such incidents from April 12 till August 4.
Anwar | Fri, Dec 20
Kashmir bounces back to lifeThe Kashmir Valley has bounced back to near normalcy after its integration with the rest of India
Mashkoor | Fri, Dec 13
Terror through postersPosters have been found in many districts threatening shopkeepers, business persons, schools, and others to shut shop or face dire conssequences
Anwar | Fri, Dec 13
An ordinary apple farmer fights terrorStory of an ordinary apple farmer who refuses to cave in to terror, to fund his children's studies.
Mashkoor | Tue, Dec 10