Expressing pain at the loss of precious human lives during the current unrest in Kashmir, Mehbooba said she and her government are not looking out for a temporary truce but would focus on building an environment
: In wake of current unrest the people dealing in fish business have stopped importing multiple varieties of fish from outside states. The Valley has also been witnessing a dip in the flow of trucks carrying vegetables and fruits
Taking note of a news reports regarding a patient with pellet injuries who had convulsions at a hospital, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that retained pellets in body have the potential to cause seizures.
Members of Shia and Sunni communities held a joint meeting here on Saturday to discuss ways to meet the challenges facing them unitedly.The meet was organised by Anjuman-e-Jafariya at Imambargah Poonch.
The last time 17-year-old Suraya Gulzar was in a classroom was three months ago. Suraya had to stop going to school in South Kashmir’s Islamabad since clashes broke out in the Valley following the killing of popular militant commander Burhan Wani.
People continued to suffer as life remained crippled for the 78th day today due to restrictions and strike called by separatists in Kashmir, where a youth was killed yesterday in security force firing, taking the toll of civilians