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Banners threaten kashmiri’s in UP.

Meerut:: The Uttar Pradesh Nav Nirman Sena asked people to boycott Kashmiris in the hoardings along the Delhi-Dehradun highway. The group’s chief, Amit Jaani, told the Indian Express over phone that they will hold camps outside Jammu and Kashmir Bank branches in the state and to appeal the account holders to close their accounts to […]

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Rajnath to ensure safety of Kashmiri’s in country.

New Delhi:Two days after 6 Kashmiri students at Mewar University in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh were allegedly beaten up by locals, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has urged all states to ensure safety of Kashmiris everywhere. “I appeal to all states to ensure the safety of all Kashmiris anywhere in the country. They are also equal citizens […]

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End election drama, respect aspirations: Geelani

  Srinagar: Expressing deep concern over the killing of Muzaffar Ahmad of Kulgam who become the 9th killing of by-poll violence in Srinagar Parliamentary segment, Syed Ali Shah Geelani Thursday said that instead of staging drama of election, New Delhi should respect the aspirations of Kashmiris and resolve the issue. In the same press release […]

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Anantnag by-polls likely to be deferred

  Srinagar: After the ground report about the intelligence agencies about the prevailing situation in South Kashmir, by-poll for Anantnag Parliamentary segment is likely to be deferred. Earlier Election Commission of India has slated this election for May 25. Many political parties have questioned the wisdom of ECI of deferring the election just by a […]

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Online networks may be snapped for long period.

    Srinagar: Government is likely to ban social media for at least for six months to minimize violence in valley. “There have been suggestions made that the use of online networks like Facebook, WhatsApp and Youtube should be banned, rather than snapping Internet intermittently in the Valley,” a ruling party leader privy to the […]

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Injured Kulgam Youth Succumbs at SKIMS.

Srinagar: A 22-year-old man, who was injured during clashes between protesters and security forces on polling day in Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, succumbed to injuries. With his death, the toll in the bypoll violence has climbed to nine. Muzaffar Ahmad Mir, a resident of Kulgam district in south Kashmir, succumbed to injuries at SKIMS Hospital […]

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Govt reviews Higher Education in J&K

      JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir government has taken up development of infrastructure for new and existing higher education institutions at a massive scale so that students   get the desired benefits at the earliest. The development of campuses for new degree colleges, national level institutions and upgrading of infrastructure of existing ones has […]

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New policy for the maintenance of Estates Houses

  JAMMU:  In a significant decision aimed at streamlining the fiscal management in the Estates Department, the State Government today notified a new policy for maintenance, repairs, renovation, furnishing of estates houses allotted to ministers and senior officers in Jammu and Srinagar. As per an order issued in this regard, the Government has fixed the […]

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Soldier Killed In Accidental Fire In Poonch

Jammu: An Indian Army soldier was killed in accidental firing in the border district of Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir, an official said on Tuesday. Earlier, it was reported that the soldier died in Pakistan sniper firing late Monday evening on the Line of Control (LoC) in Mendhar sector of Poonch. But defence spokesman Lt. […]

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Security forces to use plastic bullets to control crowd.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the security forces to use plastic bullets against the stone-pelters in the Valley and pellet guns to be used only as a last resort, the ANI news agency reported. The Supreme Court had last month asked the Centre to consider effective means other than the use of pellet guns to quell stone […]

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