Police Uses Force To Break-Up Muharram Processions

Police Uses Force To Break-Up Muharram Processions

Over two dozen mourners were injured on Saturday when government forces used batons, burst tear smoke shells and fired pellets to break up processions on the ninth day of Islamic month of Muharram in this capital city, during which several youth were detained and many, including women allegedly ‘thrashed’ by the forces.

Militants Kin Held After ‘Pelting Stones’ On Cops

Militants Kin Held After ‘Pelting Stones’ On Cops

Police on Saturday burst tear smoke shells to disperse relatives of the militants killed in twin encounters in Shopian and Pulwama, after they assembled here outside the Police Control Room (PCR) demanding last glimpse of the slain men.

80 South Kashmir Youth Took Up Arms This Year: Police

80 South Kashmir Youth Took Up Arms This Year: Police

As many as eighty youth from south Kashmir joined militant ranks this year, even as state forces have been able to kill and arrested many of them during encounters, a top police officer said Saturday.

NC Authorises Farooq To Build Consensus On Gupkar Declaration

NC Authorises Farooq To Build Consensus On Gupkar Declaration

Upping the ante over the government of India’s “unilateral, undemocratic and unconstitutional” move of abrogating Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, the National Conference (NC) top brass on Saturday authorized Party President Farooq Abdullah to build a consensus of all political parties on acceptance of last week’s ‘Gupkar Declaration’

9 More Covid-19 Deaths In J&K, Toll 692

9 More Covid-19 Deaths In J&K, Toll 692

At least nine more people succumbed to coronavirus infection in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, taking the total number of fatalities due to the virus in Union Territory to 692.

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