Jammu and Kashmir has been converted into a major jail and the people of this state feel suffocated in this situation. Geelani said that the policy of the Indian government with respect to Kashmir is increasing the political uncertainty and instabili
Dr Lone informed that they have prepared a relief package for the fire victims in which family would be given Rs 1.5 Lakh for each gutted structure. He also informed that the Red Cross has already provided Rs 2000 to the fire victims.
The spokesman also condemned the massive forces presence in Guru’s ancestral village Dobgah, Sopore and adjoining areas saying that this was done to stop people from participating in the prayer Majlis for the martyr. (KNS)
“It has been observed that files are not being submitted to the authorities in a proper manner. In certain cases, file covers are not changed even after they get worn out,” Additional Secretary to the Government observed in an order, a copy of which
He said that Rs 399 crores will be spend for two years on the restoration of Jhelum with Rs 140 crore set aside for land and structure acquisition, Rs 40 crores for building two bridges, Rs 35 crore for dredging and the rest for allied works.
Bhartiya Janata Parte point man for Jammu and Kashmir political affairs Tuesday said that it has yet to be decided or finalized whether he or any other party leader will flew to Srinagar to hold talks with People’s Democratic Party.
Pakistan High Commissioner to New Delhi Abdul Basit Thursday assured Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani that there will be no change in Kashmir policy and no wrong decisions regarding the status of Gilgit Baltistan will be taken.
“The prominent chest specialist Dr. Vikram Sarabhai had conducted a detailed check-up of Geelani Sahab at Medanta Hospital at Gurgaon (Haryana) and had suggested some additional medicines,” said Akbar.
The third death anniversary of Muhammad Afzal Guru, who was hanged in New Delhi’s Tihar Jail on February 9, 2013, was observed across Valley on Tuesday while amid restrictions, people observed a complete shutdown to mourn the death.
Ten years ago, Ganderbal was a small town in the north of Srinagar. But in 2006 it became the district headquarters, and the town has grown out of all proportion. The large paddy fields separating the town from the nearby villages of Tulumula,
The family went to the field to search for him, but found his body buried at the same farmland. Malik, 43, is survived by his wife and two daughters and a son, and would lead prayers at Masjid Qadeem from the last 20 years.
A missing report is this regard has been lodged in Police station Srigufwara. When contacted, the police officials admitted that the boy has not been found yet but maintained that efforts were underway to trace him.
Three persons, identified as Ram Kumar, Sanjay Kumar and Mukesh Kumar, attacked a family with sharp-edged weapons, killing Shakuntla Devi on the spot, in Bhalla area of the district yesterday, a police officer said.