4:00 PM- Govt mulling to reduce syllabus, but exams as per schedule: Mehbooba
SRINAGAR:Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said the board exams will be held in time to avoid loss of academic time of students.
"The students will have more options (in terms of questions to answer) as they have not been able to complete the studies due to situation in Kashmir.
02:00 PM- JK Govt Feeling The Heat Of Khurram's Detention
Srinagar:Seemingly embarrassed by the widespread criticism over arrest of noted human rights defender, Khurram Parvaiz, the ruling Peoples Democratic Party-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance has run into rough weather with the PDP seeking his release and BJP buying time, Kashmir Observer has learnt from the reliable sources.
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11:10 AM- Day 101:Two Passenger vehicles Set Afire in Parimpora
Srinagar:Unidentified persons on Monday set ablaze two passenger vehicles in Parimpora area of Srinagar, said police official.
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11:00 AM- Day 101:Militants snatch five rifles from cops in south Kashmir
SRINAGAR: Militants dressed in army uniform stormed a police picket guarding a TV tower in South Kashmir's Anantnag district and decamped with five service rifles of the cops posted there, a police official said today.
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