Kashmir Lockdown

Kashmir Businesses Suffer Rs 10,000-Crore Hit

Kashmir Businesses Suffer Rs 10,000-Crore Hit

The shutdown in Kashmir, following the abrogation of Article 370, has crippled the valley’s economy as the business community has suffered losses amounting to over Rs 10,000 crore in three months, a trade body said here.

Day 83: Spontaneous Shutdown Continues in Kashmir

Day 83: Spontaneous Shutdown Continues in Kashmir

Uneasy calm continues to prevail in Kashmir with a spontaneous shutdown completing 83rd day.Increased movement of private transport was observed on roads in civil lines but shops and business establishments remained shut on Saturday

UN Rights Experts ‘Concerned’ About Kashmir, But Helpless

UN Rights Experts ‘Concerned’ About Kashmir, But Helpless

Human rights experts at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) are concerned about the Kashmir situation but can have only a limited impact, according to Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard.

Students Demand Relaxation in Syllabus, Stage Protest

Students Demand Relaxation in Syllabus, Stage Protest

Scores of School students staged a protest in press colony on Thursday, against the decision of the administration to give no relaxation in the syllabus for their upcoming exams.

Day 80: Uneasy Situation Prevails in Kashmir

Day 80: Uneasy Situation Prevails in Kashmir

Uneasy situation prevailed in the Kashmir valley, where strike against the scrapping of Article 370 and 35 A and dividing the state into two Union Territories entered 80th day on Wednesday.

10th, 12th Exams: ‘No Reduction In Syllabus’

10th, 12th Exams: ‘No Reduction In Syllabus’

There would be no relaxation in Syllabus for the ensuing 10th and 12th class examinations being conducted by the State Board of School Education, Press Trust of India, quoting officials reported on Tuesday.

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