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Fake encounter case: Court directs police to ensure the presence of witnesses

Srinagar, Dec 31: A local Court here Thursday directed SHO Zadibal to ensure presence of prosecution witnesses on each hearing before the court in fake encounter killing of an Imam case trial in 2006.    Three prosecution witnesses had been summoned to appear before court to record their statements. However, none of them appeared due to unknown reasons.  Taking cognizance ... Read More »

Water supply scheme: Chadoora inhabitants protest in Srinagar

Srinagar, Dec 31, CNS: The inhabitants of Chadoora town and its adjacent hamlets in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district Thursday staged a massive protest against over implementation of a water supply scheme in the town. Hundreds of inhabitants assembled at Press Enclave Srinagar and amid anti-government slogans said that despite vehement opposition from the people the government continued to lay water ... Read More »

Court refuses to grant bail to Papa Kishtwari’s close aide

Srinagar, Dec 31, CNS: A local court here did not consider the bail plea of a close aide of dread gunman Papa Kishtawari saying that bail can be considered only after going through facts and material available with the court.      The case of notorious government gunman Papa Kishtwari was listed before the court of 4th Additional District Judge Srinagar ... Read More »

LeT pays tribute to slain militants Srinagar,

Dec 31, CNS:  Lashkar-e-Toiba Thursday paid rich tribute to the two militants killed in a gunfight with India Army at Gusso village of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.     In a statement to CNS, Lashkar Chief Mehmood Shah said that these sacrifices made by militants carries a message to the International community that people of Kashmir don’t accept Indian occupation. ... Read More »

“Re-arresting Masrat Aalam not surprising: Salahuddin

Srinagar, Dec 31, CNS: Conglomerate of militant outfits United Jihad Council Thursday said that Jammu and Kashmir is ruled by Army and Intelligence and rest is all fiction.     UJC Chief Syed Salahuddin while addressing a high level meeting said that re-arresting of senior Hurriyat leader Masrat Aalam is not surprising and it only exposes the ‘ugly side’ of the ... Read More »

Extortionists posing Hizb militants arrested

‘Army man under scanner’ Kulgam, Dec 31, CNS: Two extortionists posing as Hizb militants were arrested by police for extorting Rs 32,000 from a Dotor’s family in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district. According to police the involvement of an Army man in the crime cannot be ruled out.     The arrests were made after Dr Bilal Ahmed Beigh a resident of ... Read More »

Militants carrying bounty from NIA killed in South Kashmir

Use of pepper gas sparked massive protest Pulwama, Dec 31, CNS: Two militants wanted by National Investigation Agency for their alleged role in Udhampur attack were killed by Indian Army after they allegedly tried to break the cordon at Gusso hamlet in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.      Earlier on Wednesday Government Forces including men from 53 Rashtriya Rifles, 183 Battalion ... Read More »

Ikhwani sentenced to 6- year imprisonment 

A local court today sentenced a former counter-insurgent to 6 years rigorous imprisonment for killing his wife two decades ago. Principal Sessions judge Bandipora Mohammad Ashraf Malik sentenced Farooq Ahmad Malik and also imposed fine of rupees one lac on the convict. Malik attacked his 21-year old wife Zareena Bano with a hot iron rod in 1995. After battling for ... Read More »

Malik granted interim bail

Srinagar, December 31: A Local court today granted bail to JKLF chief Yasin Malik and his associates who were arrested for attempt to murder charges last week. Malik was booked in FIR 47/2015 under section 307, 148, 149, 332, 353, 427 and 152 RPC. On Friday last week, Malik was arrested as he lead a protest rally against killing of ... Read More »

Khanbal Killing 2010: HC asks SIT to file Chargesheet

Srinagar, Dec 31: The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has directed the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing Khanabal twin killings of 2010 to file charge-sheet of the case in the competent court.   High court had earlier on Tuesday set two months deadline for Special Investigation Team to complete investigation of Khanbalkilling 2010 and asked Police to record statement of ... Read More »