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Protests erupt in Islamic University against militant, civilian killings in Tral

Srinagar The students of Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) Thursday staged protests within the university campus against the militant and civilian killings in Tral on Wednesday. According to sources,hundreds of students assembled within the campus and raised anti-India, Pro-Freedom and pro-Pakistan slogans. The students held placards with pictures of Burhan Wani and slogans […]

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Three militants killed in Pulwama encounter

    Srinagar:Three militants were on Wednesday killed in an encounter with security forces in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, the police said. The bodies have been recovered from the encounter site where the search operation was still in progress, a police official said. The identity and group affiliation of the slain militants is being ascertained, […]

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7 killed in Reasi Road mishap

Seven people were drowned in fast moving nallah at Mahore tehsil in Reasi when the vehicle they were travelling skided off and fell into the nallah this morning. Reports said that a passenger vehicle which was coming to Mahore this morning met an accident. Police said that seven persons were washed away in the stream […]

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CASO creates panic at Achanambal Zafran coloy area of Pantha Chowk

Panic gripped Achanambal Zafran coloy area of Pantha Chowk on Tuesday after army soldiers allegedly thrashed a labourer during a search operation. Reports said that soldiers of 50 RR launched a search operation in the area today afternoon, triggering fear and chaos among the residents, especially women. During the operation, they said, soldiers thrashed a […]

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Shut down on Saturday:JRL

SRINAGAR: The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Monday called for a complete shutdown on Saturday, August 12, in protest against the ongoing “genocide” of Kashmiris and the plans to abrogate Article 35A of the Indian Constitution that empowers the Jammu Kashmir legislature to define “permanent residents” of the state. The JRL has urged people to […]

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Three Hizb OGW’s arrested in Baramulla: Police

Srinagar: Baramulla police assisted by 29 RR and CRPF on specific information laid a joint Naka at Behrampora Tilgam crossing and apprehended 3 suspected individuals, police claimed on Tuesday. The arrested have been identified as Waseem Ahmed Mir S/o Nazir Ahmed Mir R/o Andergam Pattan, Umer Hassan Rather S/o Gh Hassan Rather R/o Achabal Sopore […]

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Governor faces protest at KU

Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU) on Monday held a protest demonstration during Governor N N Vohra’s visit to the varsity. During his visit, Governor inaugurated hostel block and several new buildings in the varsity. Witnesses said that over a dozen students, holding banners of KUSU – a banned students body- raised anti-India slogans as Vohra’s […]

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Supreme Court admits plea challenging special status of Jammu and Kashmir

The Supreme Court of India Tuesday admitted a plea challenging the legality of Article 370, India Today reported. The report says that the plea argued that “Article 370 has lapsed and urged that the separate constitution of Jammu and Kashmir be declared illegal.” “The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Centre, seeking response to […]

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PDP MLA, along with PSOs booked on charges of attacking a villager

Srinagar People’s Democratic Party MLA Qamar Hussain along with his Personal Security Officers (PSOs) have been booked by Police on charges of making an attempt on the life of a local villager in Rajouri district last evening, reports said on Tuesday. The case has been registered on the complaint of Ayaz Ahmed alias Shiki of […]

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Sopore  returns to normalcy after three days

Srinagar Life returned to routine in Sopore and its outskirts on Tuesday the after a three-day shutdown to mourn the killings of three local militants in a gunfight with forces. Reports said that all shops, business establishments, petrol pumps, government offices and banks reopened today while public transport also plied on roads. While Boys Degree […]

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