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Schools reopen in Kashmir after 7 months

Schools reopen in Kashmir after 7 months

Srinagar, Feb 24: After remaining closed for seven months, the schools in Kashmir valley opened on Monday. The educational institutes had closed after restrictions and shutdown following the annulment of special status on August 5 and in between the customary three-month winter break was also announced by the government.    On…

Won’t plead for justice anymore: Kunan—Poshpora victims on 29th anniversary

Won’t plead for justice anymore: Kunan—Poshpora victims on 29th anniversary

Says case was never heard at SC from last six years Kupwara, Feb 23: In wake of no hearing from last six years at Supreme Court (SC), the alleged rape and torture victims of Kunan—Poshpora on 29th anniversary of the incident said that they won’t plead for justice anymore. According…

Schools to re-open on Feb 24: All arrangements in place: DSEK

Schools to re-open on Feb 24: All arrangements in place: DSEK

Timings 10 am to 3 pm in Srinagar’s municipal limits, 10:30 am to 3:30 pm in rest of Kashmir SRINAGAR, FEB 22: Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) is all set to re-open the schools on February 24, 2020 after winter break in Kashmir Division. Director School Education Kashmir, Mohammad…

Two militants killed in Sangam Anantnag gunfight

Two militants killed in Sangam Anantnag gunfight

Anantnag, Feb 22: At least two militants were killed in an encounter that raged between forces and militants in Naina Sangam area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on intervening night According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Police official said that the gunfight broke out after a Cordon and Search…

Gupkar Declaration

Gupkar Declaration

Srinagar, August 4: The representatives of following political parties held an all parties meeting at the Gupkar Residence of Dr. Farooq Abdullah Presidnt JKNC to deliberate upon the prevailing political situation triggered by massive deployment of security forces, advisories issued, abandonment of Amarnath Yatra midway, and forced removal of tourists from…

Whatever it is, Kashmiris believe it is happening for sure

Whatever it is, Kashmiris believe it is happening for sure

Srinagar, Aug 4:  What next after nearly every Kashmiri household has stocked for the D-day they believe is imminent? Trifurcation, abrogation of 35A, delimitation, flag hoisting at every Panchayat in the valley on August 15 or a full blown, straightaway war between India and Pakistan? No marks for guessing that…

Militant, army soldier killed in ongoing Shopian operation

Militant, army soldier killed in ongoing Shopian operation

Body of slain recovered, handed over to family; clashes ensue near encounter site, youth suffered pellet wounds Srinagar, Aug 02: A militant of Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit and an army soldier were killed in an ongoing operation at Ittoo Mohalla Pandushan area of South Kashmir’s Shopian on Friday afternoon. Official sources told GNS…

UD made sniper, Pak made landmine recovered enroute cave shrine of Amarnath: Top Security officials

UD made sniper, Pak made landmine recovered enroute cave shrine of Amarnath: Top Security officials

Yatra suspended, Govt asks tourists, pilgrims to curtail visit, return home Srinagar, Aug 02: US made M-24 sniper riffle and a Pak made mine was recovered from yatra stretch and that there is a serious threat to the Amarnath Yatra that militants may attack it by using IEDs, top Army…

After Pathankot and Uri, military bases yet to be fully secured

After Pathankot and Uri, military bases yet to be fully secured

New Delhi, Aug 2:  Military establishments across the country continue to remain under the shadow of threat from terrorist organizations despite strict guidelines issued for their security two years ago. The Defence Ministry informed Parliament in July that more than 80 incidents of terrorist attacks against armed forces have been…

Srinagar plunging provoke Commuters’ Resentment, Question government’s progress since 2014 floods

Srinagar plunging provoke Commuters’ Resentment, Question government’s progress since 2014 floods

Srinagar, August 01: it’s utterly ironic that, having witnessed colossal loss of lives and property due to massive 2014 floods, the government of Jammu and Kashmir especially SMC Srinagar still displays lackadaisical attitude as Srinagar, the heart of Kashmir, immersed in water by mere two-hour downpour on Thursday. “The heavy…

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