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Banihal students block highway

  Srinagar: Students of Banihal came on the streets and staged protest demonstration blocking Jammu-Srinagar highway against the use of force on the students across Kashmir valley. They were also protesting against the alleged beating of students by CRPF at Chreel Village of Banihal. Hundreds of students from different schools and colleges of Banihal came […]

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Despite closure, KU students protest

Srinagar: Although the authorities closed all the Universities and educational institutions on Tuesday, the students of University of Kashmir held protests within the campus against the use of force on the students across Kashmir. Police immediately closed the main doors of University of Kashmir and did not allow the protesting students to come out on […]

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Malik visits hospitals, Batamaloo meets people

  Srinagar: Muhammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday went to many Srinagar hospitals including SMHS hospital and enquired about the health condition of all those students who were injured in police action on Monday. Malik expressed concern over the brute use of force by police and security forces on students across Kashmir and said that New […]

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Geelani says government has reduced educational institutions to battle fields

  Srinagar: Syed Ali Shah Geelani in a press statement has sharply criticized the government for using force against students including girl students and has said that the present government has converted all the educational institutions in Kashmir into the battle fields. He further said that some of the students have been seriously injured including […]

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State cabinet deeply shocked by civilian killings

  Srinagar: State Cabinet on Tuesday said that they were deeply shocked and anguished over the loss of precious lives in Kashmir Valley in the past few weeks. The cabinet has appealed all shades of opinion, an oblique reference to Hurriyat Conference to help in restoration of peace and normalcy in the Valley. Cabinet while […]

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Kulgam observes shutdown against excess force on college students.

Kulgam: A complete shutdown was observed  in Kulgam due to which life remained paralysed in this district of south Kashmir on Tuesday. This spontaneous shutdown was observed against the forces’ action on protesting students at Degree College Kulgam. Dozens of students were injured after forces fired teargas shells inside the college yesterday. All shops and […]

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Varsities remained closed after student agitation.

Srinagar: Universities, colleges and higher secondary schools on Tuesday remained closed across Kashmir on the orders of the divisional administration in view of the widespread student protests in the valley. The universities, colleges and classes XI and XII remained closed on Tuesday following orders to this effect issued by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmed Khan on […]

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Scores of students with injuries in hospitals

Srinagar: The impact of excessive use of force by police and security forces on students across Kashmir became visible on Tuesday in hospitals of Srinagar. Many students have been referred to Srinagar with serious injuries. According to doctors in SMHS hospital they have received students with pellet injuries on the bodies and eyes. There has […]

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Srinagar:  The main face of Kashmir resistance Syed Ali Shah Geelani who wields huge influence over young gunmen has expressed sharp concern over some recent killings of mainstream political workers. Geelani in a statement said that it is unfair and inhuman to kill a person on the basis of his ideology or political affiliation. He […]

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Monday mayhem dangerous for future of society’

Srinagar: Private Schools Association has strongly condemned use of force by police and security forces inside the college and school premises and said that every parent and school management is under fear and shock by this attitude. In a long statement the Association said that government should probe the excessive use of force by police […]

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