Kashmir Herald and
its staff expresses its outrage at the dastardly massacre of Hindu
temple-goers at the hands of Islamic terrorists in Raghunath Temple,
Jammu, J&K, India on March 30th 2002.
Hurriyat: The ISI’s
The Hurriyat Conference is an amalgam of
several groups in Kashmir valley that advocate separatism. It claims to be
a political entity that is the sole representative of the people of Jammu
and Kashmir state of India.......More...
Violent Kashmir Summer: Exercising the War Option against Pakistan
Subodh Atal, Ph. D.
After September 11 last year, the thinly veiled Pakistani support for
terror in Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of India stood exposed.....More...
Diplomacy as a Sword Arm
With the conclusive
establishment of Pakistani intelligence’s complicity in both the
September 11 and December 13 terrorist attacks, Pervez Musharraf was
forced to reveal, however reluctantly and discreetly......More...
By Subodh Atal
Kashmir Herald Staff Writer
Suicide Attack on Jammu’s Raghunath
While the world’s attention was focused on the crisis in the
Mid-East touched off by a wave of suicide bombings, bloody terrorist
attacks on Hindus and other civilians escalated during the month in
Jammu and Kashmir, building up to another violent summer. On March 30th,
a 3-member Pakistani suicide team attacked the famous Raghunath Temple........More....
Real Tragedy of Kashmir
A telecom engineer in Kashmir peeked out
of his balcony to see if it is okay to get out. What he saw was two men
toting their guns, waiting for him to get out. He ran back into his
house. A neighbor who had seen the engineer in his balcony informed the
Profile of Terrorists and Terrorist Outfits Operating
Though these pages,
Kashmir Herald will present profiles of various terrorist organizations
and terrorists that are creating havoc in
India. In this edition, we profile Student Islamic Movement of India
- the terrorist organization that has engaged in lots of terrorist violent
attacks in India.
to view profiles presented in this edition......
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