Clashes In Srinagar After Ashura Procession Met With Force

Clashes In Srinagar After Ashura Procession Met With Force

Dozens of mourners were injured on Sunday and many others detained as government forces used force, including shot gun pellets to break-up Ashura procession in the old quarter of the Srinagar city.

Offer Declined, Govt Not To Sell Pattan Land To Army

Offer Declined, Govt Not To Sell Pattan Land To Army

The department of sheep husbandry has declined army’s offer to purchase a huge chunk of land in Pattan area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, days after a letter of interest was shot by the former to the government.

After Blast, a Cracked House and Hopes at Pulwama

After Blast, a Cracked House and Hopes at Pulwama

Kashmir police chief, IGP Vijay Kumar termed it as a major success to avert what many call the Pulwama 2.0. The diffused IED blast captured with a drone camera not only rattled the netizens, but also sent shockwaves in the immediate neighbourhood

Srinagar Airport to Receive 13 Flights Daily From Monday

Srinagar Airport to Receive 13 Flights Daily From Monday

The Srinagar International Airport will operate as many as 13 inbound and outbound flights from Monday, after a break of nearly two months since the pan-India lockdown imposed by Modi-government began on March 25

Post-script: Tanvir-ul-Ahad, The Unsung Hero of Kashmir Journalism

Post-script: Tanvir-ul-Ahad, The Unsung Hero of Kashmir Journalism

When a boy-next door from Kupwara arrived to cut his journalism teeth in Srinagar, he didn’t take much time to emerge as the Samaritan scribe whose stories reflected truth of times and brought smiles on the strife-battered faces of people. As the young man breathed his last on Monday, his former colleague recalls his unassertive legend in Kashmir journalism

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