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    Mehbooba, Rajnath address joint press conference

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are addressing a joint news conference in Srinagar.Mehbooba reiterated that only 5 per cent people were on the streets in Kashmir valley.
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    Rajnath meets Mehbooba

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday met Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to discuss security situation, Press Trust of India reported. 
  • Hajj stoning to be shortened after deadly stampede

    Hajj stoning to be shortened after deadly stampede

    A stoning ritual which led to the deaths of about 2,300 people during last year’s Hajj will be more tightly controlled during next month’s pilgrimage, Saudi newspapers reported on Wednesday.
  • Floods in India leave 300 dead

    Floods in India leave 300 dead

    At least 300 people have died in eastern and central India and more than six million others have been affected by floods that have submerged villages, washed away crops, destroyed roads and disrupted power and phone lines,
  • Pakistan's MQM 'breaks off' from Party chief,Altaf Hussain

    Pakistan's MQM 'breaks off' from Party chief,Altaf Hussain

    As Pakistan’s Political Party Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief Altaf Hussain’s anti-Pakistan speech triggered countrywide uproar and widespread condemnation in Pakistan, his senior aides ‘completely disowned
  • Governor N N Vohra with Union Home Minister Rajanth Singh on Wednesday

    Trade bodies boycott meeting with HM

    As Home Minister Rajnath Singh has reached the valley amid mass unrest and civilian killings to hold dialogue with cross section of society here, Kashmir’s trade bodies on Wednesday decided not to meet the visiting union minister.
  • Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) president Abdul Qayoom Wani

    Release detained EJAC leaders :DAK

    ​​​​​​​Srinagar: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) has condemned the arrest of Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) leaders including its president, Abdul Qayoum Wani and his associates.
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    Palhallan Sends A Lorry Full of Vegetables To Srinagar

    In a first, the people of Palhallan have sent a mini-truck loaded with vegetables to some Srinagar areas on late Tuesday night.Sources said that a peer group in Palhallan received a call from an area in Srinagar about the need of vegetables.
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    Amid curfew,shutdown,Srinagar inhabitants face acute shortage of essential commodities

    Though the curfew and restrictions continued on 47th straight day in Kashmir, inhabitants of various areas here have complained of facing acute shortage of essential commodities and baby food.
  • Chief Minister said while handing over appointment orders under SRO-43 to the next of kin of such government employees who have died in harness.

    'Violence won’t resolve issues, it only inflicts pain'

    Strongly advocating dialogue to address the political issues, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said violence has not changed anything in Kashmir but only brought miseries and bloodshed to the state.
  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani

    ‘Jobs Package A Means To Detract Youths from Freedom Movement'

    All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g) chairperson Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday said that as Muslims people should believe in Almighty Allah and seek His help and guidance.
  • Bar requests Amnesty to send teams to Kashmir

    Bar requests Amnesty to send teams to Kashmir

    The J&K High Court Bar Association Wednesday condemned in "strongest possible terms" the killing of Amir Gul of Pulwama and thrashing of people in Shopian, Noorbagh, Bandipora, Pulwama and many parts of the valley by the "ruthless forces".
  • Kashmir can't be solved under Indian or Pakistani constitutions: Mirwaiz

    Kashmir can't be solved under Indian or Pakistani constitutions: Mirwaiz

    Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today said Kashmir issue can neither be solved within the ambit of the Indian or Pakistani constitutions.
  • ‘Inhumane Methods Can’t Break Resolve of Kashmiris’

    Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday said that “inhumane” methods can’t break “resolve” of Kashmiris.“Government of India has established rule of lawlessness in the valley and provided free license to the forces t
  • Start dialogue,announce Spl package for injured:Political delegations tell HM

    Start dialogue,announce Spl package for injured:Political delegations tell HM

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived Srinagar on a two day visit to Jammu & Kashmir state early Wednesday morning and reviewed the security situation with top civil, army and police officials at a high level review meeting.