The Mobile /Internet ban imposed following death of militant commander Burhan Wani on July 9 has left millions of Kashmiris. living under a severe curfew, without any means of communication.

Kashmir Lawyers To Move Court On Mobile, Internet Ban

With private mobile phone and internet services down for 17th consecutive day the J&K High Court Bar Association has decided to move court to challenge the ban which legal experts term illegal and unconstitutional.

Most roads, especially those leading to Srinagar-Islamabad highway, were blocked by barricades and razor wires.Abid Bhat/ KO

Govt. Foils Hurriyat’s Anantnag March

Authorities Monday foiled ‘Islamabad Challo’ march, called by joint forum of two Hurriyat factions and the JKLF by imposing a strict curfew and sealing of all the entry points leading towards South Kashmir.

Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Farooq was detained on Monday and taken to Nigeen police station when he tried to come out of his residence to head towards Anantnag.KO PIX

Geelani, Mirwaiz Defy Curbs, Held

Police detained two key leaders of the united Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umer Farooq on Monday when they tried to break free of cordon around their houses in a bid to lead march towards South Kashmir.

Rajnath Rubbed Salt On Our Raw Wounds: KSCDS

Kashmir civil society pressure group, Kashmir Centre For Social and Developmental Studies, (KCSDS) deplored Home Minister’s Srinagar visit saying it rubbed salt on the raw wounds of Kashmiris.