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Local youths joining militant groups in Kashmir highest since 2010
India

Local youths joining militant groups in Kashmir highest since 2010

Dangerous trends have started surfacing on the militancy front in J&K with nearly 130 youths joining various terror outfits this year, the highest since 2010, and a majority of them affiliating themselves with groups ideologically aligned with the al-Qaeda.
87 youths from J&K joined militancy in 2018
India

87 youths from J&K joined militancy in 2018

As many as 87 local youths have joined militancy in Jammu and Kashmir so far this year, Union Minister Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said today.
Meet Manzoor Ahmad Dar, the 'Ravindra Jadeja' of J&K
Sports

Meet Manzoor Ahmad Dar, the 'Ravindra Jadeja' of J&K

Manzoor Ahmad Dar, the 24-year-old big hitter from Jammu & Kashmir, is eyeing the IPL contract and could become the second player from the state to play in it after Parvez Rasool.
Army Chief should 'concentrate on his job' says J&K minister
India

Army Chief should 'concentrate on his job' says J&K minister

Responding to Army Chief Bipin Rawat's remarks on Jammu and Kashmir's education system, the state Minister Altaf Bukhari said that the "well-decorated officer" should concentrate on his job and not give sermons on education which is not his domain.
Drugs, and not, terror is the biggest threat to J&K
India

Drugs, and not, terror is the biggest threat to J&K

Usually in news for terrorist activities, conflict-torn Jammu and Kashmir is waging another, relatively-unknown battle against drug menace.
Drug use among youth in militancy-hit Kashmir increasing
India

Drug use among youth in militancy-hit Kashmir increasing

The nation's focus on the militant violence in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) has pushed a major issue on the sidelines: increasing drug use among Kashmiri youth.
Youths in conflict-ridden Kashmir shine with their own start-up
India

Youths in conflict-ridden Kashmir shine with their own start-up

Abrar Yaseen, Muazzam Khursheed and Haider Parveez could have been mistaken for just any college-going youngsters. Instead, they have managed to stand out by setting up their own start-up in conflict-ridden Kashmir.
Is drug addiction going to bring doom for Kashmiri youths?
India

Is drug addiction going to bring doom for Kashmiri youths?

Kashmir is fighting terrorism. But is drugs the problem that needs immediate attention?
Pak-based terrorists used WhatsApp to mobilize Kashmiri youths
India

Pak-based terrorists used WhatsApp to mobilize Kashmiri youths

By examining information on 28 WhatsApp groups, the National Investigation Agency has unearthed crucial details about Pakistani funding of terror activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

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