Monthly Archives: December 2017

“Kashmir linked to tomorrow of South Asia”

 India-Pak have  to shun Ostrich like approach: Prof Gani  Srinagar: Dec 30:Muslim conference president Prof. Abdul Gani while addressing an extra ordinary congregation at Kunzar Tangmurg has said that there was no alternative available with India or Pakistan other than exploring possibilities of a solution to  the Kashmir problem through talks. What needs to be understood is that Kashmir problem has now assumed dimensions ...

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Imprisoned, banished

Rights gatherings and some dissenter pioneers have been affirming that Kashmiri prisoners held up in different correctional facilites outside the valley are abuseed. Rebel pioneers over the most recent couple of months have made a few interests to human rights bodies in such manner. Supposedly, Kashmiri detainees in the correctional facilites outside have been bugged and undermined which has constrained ...

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Pellet wounds

Non military personnel setbacks have not halted at the experience locales regardless of change in security situation this year contrasted with 2016. The power staff have proceeded with the utilization of pellet firearms and in the experience at Shopian on Monday no less than 10 youth got pellet wounds. This has occurred notwithstanding the confirmation by union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, ...

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NRHM employees stage protests

Hundreds of employees working with National Rural Health Mission and other schemes of Health Services today staged a protest here and demanded regularisation of their services. A large number of employees from different districts, including doctors, paramedical staff, technicians of the Health Department who were working on contractual basis under National Rural Health Mission and other services reached Pratap Park ...

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India to launch 31 satellites on Jan 10

The first space mission in 2018 onboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C40) comes four months after a similar rocket failed to deliver the country”s eighth navigation satellite in the earth”s lower orbit on August 31. India will launch 31 satellites, including the earth observation spacecraft Cartosat on January 10, from its spaceport at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, said a space ...

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Kashmir highway restored for traffic after landslides

Traffic on Srinagar-Jammu highway was restored after several hours of disruptions caused by landslides in Ramban district on Saturday. An official said that landslides were cleared from Battery Cheshma area after several hours.

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CBI busts international human trafficking racket

New Delhi : The Central Bureau of Investigation today busted an international racket of human trafficking, involving 25 school children of the country. The investigating agency has registered a case against three persons, who are residents of Delhi and Faridabad, and others on the charges of criminal conspiracy, human trafficking, cheating, and forgery. In February last year, a group of ...

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Pellet victim says life is different and difficult now

Srinagar, December 30  In  Kashmir, for Sayar Tariq Rathar, a 17-year-old class XII student from Litter village of Pulwama, life is different and difficult after he received pellet injuries in his eye in October. Sayar Tariq Rathar in a media interview in Srinagar said, “Life is different for me now. I was spending 3-4 hours on sports activities but now ...

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Landslides block Srinagar-Jammu highway

Srinagar: The strategic Srinagar-Jammu highway was blocked for traffic after landslides hit the road on Saturday. Traffic police sources said. Only one-way movement of heavy-motor vehicles is being allowed on the highway from Jammu to Kashmir today, they added. However, light-motor vehicles are allowed to ply from both sides. Official sources said that landslides hit the 300-km highway at Battery ...

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4 CRPF men injured in Humhama road mishap

Budgam: Four CRPF personnel were injured after a fast moving tipper driven by Iqbal Sofi of Kralpora Dharambugh collided with a CRPF bullet proof jeep at Humhama Saturday morning, police said. Police sources said that at around 0540 hours, a fast moving tipper bearing registration number JK01P-8175 hit a CRPF BP gypsy bearing registration number HR26U-0722 at Humhama, resulting to ...

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