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Kashmir Day51: Pro-freedom rallies, protests, curfew, shutdown continue #Kashmir SRINAGAR: Though the curfew was relaxed by the authorities in most of the areas in Srinagar and other districts in the Valley, a complete shutdown was observed on 51st straight day on Sunday against the civilian killings in Kashmir while the protests and clashes were reported from couple of areas throughout the day. A top police said that no curfew or restrictions remained in place in most parts of the Valley following the improvement in the situation.

SRINAGAR: Though the curfew was relaxed by the authorities in most of the areas in Srinagar and other districts in the Valley, a complete shutdown was observed on 51st straight day on Sunday against the civilian killings in Kashmir while the protests and…
SRINAGAR: Though the curfew was relaxed by the authorities in most of the areas in Srinagar and other districts in the Valley, a complete shutdown was observed on 51st straight day on Sunday against the civilian killings in Kashmir while…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Anantnag: Kashmir valley continued to reel under curfew and restrictions for the 50th consecutive day in the wake of violence following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani. Drowning of a youth at Marhama, Sangam took the death toll…
Anantnag: Kashmir valley continued to reel under curfew and restrictions for the 50th consecutive day in the wake of violence following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani. Drowning of a youth at Marhama, Sangam took the death toll…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Islamabad seminar expresses solidarity with Kashmiri people #Kashmir 'Kashmir' Islamabad, August 27: International Lobbying Group Youth Forum For Kashmir (YFK) organized a seminar titled “Kashmir Dispute – New Challenges And The Way Forward” at a hotel in Islamabad, today, to highlight the post-Burhan Wani killing situation and human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed Nafees Zakaria, in his address stated that Pakistan always condemned killings in occupied Kashmir. “These are Pakistan’s diplomatic efforts that UN, OIC and the world is now condemning the ongoing killings in Kashmir. UN resolutions are the only way forward to take up this dispute. Be it any government, State of Pakistan has always raised the plight of Kashmiris,” he added.

Islamabad, August 27: International Lobbying Group Youth Forum For Kashmir (YFK) organized a seminar titled “Kashmir Dispute – New Challenges And The Way Forward” at a hotel in Islamabad, today, to highlight the post-Burhan Wani killing situation and…
Islamabad, August 27: International Lobbying Group Youth Forum For Kashmir (YFK) organized a seminar titled “Kashmir Dispute – New Challenges And The Way Forward” at a hotel in Islamabad, today, to highlight the post-Burhan Wani killing situation and human rights…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Srinagar: At least 19 students from Kashmir Valley with serious pellet injuries in eyes have been admitted in the L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) Hyderabad, courtesy-Non-Governmental Organization- ‘Help Foundation.’
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• Over 200 injured in clashes; many hit by pellets • Shopian youth hit by pellets in both eyes• Curfew, shutdown remain in force for 49th day• Rallies taken out from many places • People in Noorpora foil anti-militant operation Muhammad Suhail/Rising…
• Over 200 injured in clashes; many hit by pellets • Shopian youth hit by pellets in both eyes• Curfew, shutdown remain in force for 49th day• Rallies taken out from many places • People in Noorpora foil anti-militant operation Muhammad…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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#Kashmir Day48: ‘I’ll face them…,’ Mehbooba lashes at press conference “Let me correct it first, Muzamil. I have not said this. I said 95 percent people want peaceful resolution to it. That means there is a political problem. But there is five percent population that has hijacked it by resorting to violence and pushed it off the track. Because nowhere in the world is space for the violence. If you have to get a bad name to an issue, you resort to violence and nobody will listen to you.” {Ms Mufti was responding to Muzamil (Jaleel) who is a Journalist with The Indian Express" SRINAGAR: Chief Minister Ms Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday called for a clear distinction between “five percent” of the population who are resorting to “violence” and the “majority” that want peaceful resolution of the problem. She said the law will take its own course in dealing with the population that is using violence. She will personally face these people as well, she asserted.

“Let me correct it first, Muzamil. I have not said this. I said 95 percent people want peaceful resolution to it. That means there is a political problem. But there is five percent population that has hijacked it by resorting to violence and pushed it off…
“Let me correct it first, Muzamil. I have not said this. I said 95 percent people want peaceful resolution to it. That means there is a political problem. But there is five percent population that has hijacked it by resorting…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Plebiscite under UN supervision should be held in both sides of Kashmir: Shankaracharya #Kashmir 'The Shankaracharya said while "referendum is a time consuming process", there should be dialogue even with separatists to "douse the present crisis" Mathura, UP(PTI): Goverdhan Peethadhishwar Shankaracharya Adhokshjanand Devtirth on Sunday favoured “plebiscite” on both sides of Kashmir for a “permanent solution” of the problem. “A plebiscite under the supervision of United Nations representative and guarded by forces of United Nations should be held in both sides of Kashmir,” he said while talking to reporters in his Ashram in Mathura. The Shankaracharya said while “referendum is a time consuming process”, there should be dialogue even with separatists to “douse the present crisis”. “The government should not hesitate in talking with (separatist) Hurriyat for peace in Kashmir,” he said.

‘The Shankaracharya said while “referendum is a time consuming process”, there should be dialogue even with separatists to “douse the present crisis” Mathura, UP(PTI): Goverdhan Peethadhishwar Shankaracharya Adhokshjanand Devtirth on Sunday favoured…
‘The Shankaracharya said while “referendum is a time consuming process”, there should be dialogue even with separatists to “douse the present crisis” Mathura, UP(PTI): Goverdhan Peethadhishwar Shankaracharya Adhokshjanand Devtirth on Sunday favoured “plebiscite” on both sides of Kashmir for a…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Kashmir curfew enters day 50, death toll rises to 70 #Kashmir Srinagar(Ashiq Hussain):The government-imposed curfew in Kashmir entered the 50th day on Saturday, making it the longest-ever in the history of the state. Kashmiris have witnessed curfews and restrictions many times ever since militancy erupted in the Valley in 1989. But never ever has the period of restrictions stretched continuously for 50 days. “This time it is unprecedented. We have witnessed a strict curfew over whole of Kashmir. It must be a record,” said Noor Ahmad Baba, renowned political analyst and retired professor from the University of Kashmir.

Srinagar(Ashiq Hussain):The government-imposed curfew in Kashmir entered the 50th day on Saturday, making it the longest-ever in the history of the state. Kashmiris have witnessed curfews and restrictions many times ever since militancy erupted in the…
Srinagar(Ashiq Hussain):The government-imposed curfew in Kashmir entered the 50th day on Saturday, making it the longest-ever in the history of the state. Kashmiris have witnessed curfews and restrictions many times ever since militancy erupted in the Valley in 1989. But…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Nawaz nominates 22 MPs to apprise world about Indian brutalities in held Kashmir #Kashmir ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday nominated 22 parliamentarians as special envoys to apprise the world about the brutalities and human rights abuses committed by Indian forces in held Kashmir. “I have decided to send these parliamentarians to fight the case of Kashmir in different parts of the world," a statement issued by PM's office quoted Nawaz as saying.

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday nominated 22 parliamentarians as special envoys to apprise the world about the brutalities and human rights abuses committed by Indian forces in held Kashmir. “I have decided to send these…
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Srinagar: A canister that looks like a ‘Coke tin’ exploded when 16-year-old Iqbal touched it, knowing not that this ‘sound bomb shell’ is a devious new weapon being used by government troops in Kashmir. Three fingers of Iqbal’s right hand were torn off by…
Srinagar: A canister that looks like a ‘Coke tin’ exploded when 16-year-old Iqbal touched it, knowing not that this ‘sound bomb shell’ is a devious new weapon being used by government troops in Kashmir. Three fingers of Iqbal’s right hand…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Forces wreck havoc in Pulwama, terrified villagers flee houses #Kashmir Srinagar: Government forces-including CRPF, SOG personnel and men from Cargo Srinagar Thursday wrecked havoc in Prichoo area of Pulwama forcing people to flee their homes and take shelter in paddy fields and neighbouring villages. The ‘highhandedness’ comes a day after an 18 year old boy was killed and over a 100 were injured, many of them critically, as government forces fired pellets and bullets on unarmed civilians. Reports from the area told Rising Kashmir that the government forces have been busy barging into houses in Prichoo village and vandalizing property and thrashing anybody who comes their way.

Srinagar: Government forces-including CRPF, SOG personnel and men from Cargo Srinagar Thursday wrecked havoc in Prichoo area of Pulwama forcing people to flee their homes and take shelter in paddy fields and neighbouring villages. The ‘highhandedness’…
Srinagar: Government forces-including CRPF, SOG personnel and men from Cargo Srinagar Thursday wrecked havoc in Prichoo area of Pulwama forcing people to flee their homes and take shelter in paddy fields and neighbouring villages. The ‘highhandedness’ comes a day after…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, and Indian Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, addressed a press conference in Srinagar on Thursday afternoon in which Singh announced the central government’s decision to send an all-party delegation…
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