• Tug of War? : A Maisuma resident being pulled by opposite parties on Saturday on Saturday. Abid Bhat/Ko

    Day 106: Kashmir Simmers As Hartal Rules,Clashes Continue

    Life remained adversely affected for the 106th consecutive day in the Valley due to separatist called protest shutdown. Police said that there were no curbs and curfew imposed in any part of the Valley
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    55 People Arrested In Pre-Dawn Crackdown In Kupwara

    A massive protest was staged by locals in frontier district Kupwara after Army, Police and Para-military Central Reserve Police Force personnel in a joint operation arrested 55 people during pre-dawn crackdown on Saturday.
  •  Hanafia School Anantnag in Flames.

    Masked Men Set School Building On Fire

    During the dead of the night, unidentified masked men set Government Higher Secondary School building on fire in Bugam area of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district.
  • Syed Ali Geelani

    ‘Our Unity Is Our Victory,’ Geelani States In His Address To People

    Syed Ali Geelani has said the 100 days of strike were “a historic victory” and a “greater defeat for India” as her “words of democracy, development and rule of law” were “crushed under the boots of their own million soldiers”
  • PDP, BJP Not On Same Page Over Militancy

    BJP Not On Same Page With PDP Over Militancy

    A day after Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti urged police to make part of the mainstream the 'local boys' who have joined militancy, the BJP today said militant, whether local or outsider, 'cannot be forgiven' 
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    Govt Dillydallying Juvenile Justice Act

    Despite hundreds of teenagers languishing in jails, the J&K government has bypassed laws as two years after passing the Juvenile Justice ACT (JJA) in the state; the act still awaits implementation on the ground.
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    2 Jaish Militants Arrested: Police

    Police Saturday said that it arrested two militants who were part of militant outfit Jaish-e-Muhammad module in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
  • 10 Cops Sacked For ‘Not Resisting’ Militants, Losing Weapons

    10 Cops Sacked For ‘Not Resisting’ Militants, Losing Weapons

    In a first such action in a decade, the J&K government has dismissed 10 policemen who, it believes, didn’t show any resistance when militants snatched their service weapons during the recent unrest.
  • Sacking Employees:NC Tells Akhtar To Remeber His Own Days

    Sacking Employees:NC Tells Akhtar To Remeber His Own Days

    National Conference on Saturday lashed out at the State Government and the Chief Minister for harbouring a vindictive, “retributive and punitive” agenda against Government Employees.
  • JVC Hospital Entrusts Patients To Raw Hands

    JVC Hospital Entrusts Patients To Raw Hands

    Patients visiting the Out Patient Department (OPD) of the JVC hospital—an affiliate of Sher-i- Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS)— continue to remain at the mercy of junior doctors as the authorities
  • Set up NEET centre in Kashmir: DAK

    Set up NEET centre in Kashmir: DAK

    Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today demanded to set up examination centre in Kashmir for National Eligibility cum Entrance test (NEET).Urging concerned authorities to establish centre in Kashmir President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan i
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    08 structures damaged in fire

    Eight structures were damaged in separate fire incidents in the valley, Police said.Fire broke out in the residential house of Farooq Ahmad Dar at Nazuk Mohalla near Achabal Adda Anantnag which engulfed nearby houses of Noor Ahmad Bhat,
  • Dr Nayeem Geelani (R) with his father Syed Ali Geelani in this KO file image

    Police arrest Geelani's elder son

    Police on Saturday arrested elder son of Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani and lodged him in Humhama police station.Geelani’s younger son Syed Naseem Geelani said that his elder brother Dr Nayeem Geelani was arrested early today.
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    School building,8 shops gutted in mysterious fire in south Kashmir

    A  Government Higher Secondary School in Bugam village of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district  was completely destroyed in a blaze during the intervening night of Friday and Saturday.
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    Day 106 : Curfew lifted from Srinagar areas,shutdown continues in valley

     Curfew was today lifted from six police station areas of the city but normal life remained affected in Kashmir for the 106th straight day due to the separatist-sponsored strike.