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Daily Archives: December 7, 2015

The journey of Kashmiri student’s

Lone Bilal More than one thousand Kashmiri students every year leaving their motherland (Kashmir) for a better future, themissionplausibly starts from Kashmir ,the paradise  on earth, the valley of Sufis and saints, the  sparkling rivers and buzzing waterways, sleepy lakes, the splendid gardens the magnificent Chinar trees. The beautiful flowering meadows and snow-capped peaks, and some lush green plans make Kashmir a ... Read More »

Mufti welcomes NSA-level talks between Indo-Pak

‘Talks will lay ground for political stability JK’ Jammu, Dec 07 (KNS): Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Monday welcomed talks between National Security Advisors (NSAs) of India and Pakistan in Bangkok, hoping it will set the tone for reconciliation between the two neighbouring countries. He stressed upon the need to restore the trust deficit and favored sustained and meaningful dialogue between New ... Read More »

Gayoor calls on IUST VC

Stresses for inclusion of Urdu, Kashmiri, Persian in IUST academics Srinagar, Dec 7 (KNS): Syed Showket Gayoor, Executive Council member of Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) called upon the Vice Chancellor Prof. A. R. Trag Monday at the university in Awantipora. Prof Trag congratulated Gayoor on his nomination for the Executive Council of IUST by Chief Minister Muftio Mohammad Sayeed, who ... Read More »

JKLF to organize 30-hour long hunger strike on IHR day

India, its stooges trampling basic human rights of Kashmiris: Malik Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Our continuous struggle and protest is necessary for awakening the sleeping conscience of international community. India and its stooges are trampling the basic human rights of Kashmiris that too under the garb of democracy. On international human rights day, JKLF will hold a thirty (30) hour ... Read More »

Hakim Yasin asks Indo-Pak to institutionalize dialogue process

Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Welcoming the resumption of dialogue process between India and Pakistan, Peoples Democratic Front (PDF) president and MLA Khansahib Hakim Mohammad Yasin today said there is a need to institutionalize the dialogue process so that vexed issues like Kashmir are solved. In a press statement issued here, he said, “The ice was broken because of political authorities ... Read More »

IGP hails youth at Shaheed Aga Syed Mehdi Memorial cricket tourney

Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Final match of Shaheed Aga Syed Mehdi Memorial T-20 Cricket Tournament 2014-15, which was organized by District Police Budgam and Sheikh-ul-Alam Sports Organization Budgam, was played between Master’s XI Ompora and YCC Parimpora at Sports Stadium Budgam. Master’s XI Ompora won by a narrow margin of 03 runs after a nail biting finish between the two teams. ... Read More »

Aadoora residents demand Aadhar cards

Kupwara, Dec 07 (KNS): The inhabitants of Aadoora area of Langate Assembly constituency are up in arms against the state administration for failing to provide them Aadhar cards. The residents have also staged protest against the administration over the delay in providing Aadhar cards to them. The residents while talking to KNS said that they have completed the formalities a year ... Read More »

Talks can’t bring change in Indo-Pak ties till bold steps are not taken on Kashmir: Geelani

Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Commenting over the meeting of the National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan in Bangkok Thailand and their agreement to take forward the talks, Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani said that no conscience person can be averse to the dialogue process but it will be wise to first look at the causes of the failures of ... Read More »

Pro-Indian parties contributing to Kashmiris oppression: Mirwaiz

Distributes relief cheques flood victims in Islamabad, Kulgam Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Hurriyat (M) Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said Kashmiri people need to safeguard the sacrifices of the tens of thousands of martyrs, who had offered selfless sacrifices, for taking the ongoing resistance movement to its logical conclusion while the leadership needed to show confidence in the people and remain steadfast ... Read More »

Bijbehara attack: CRPF says its 6 men injured

Hizb claims responsibility for the attack Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): Six CRPF men were Monday morning injured in an attack on a CRPF convoy by militants near Bijbehara town on Srinagar-Jammu Highway Anantnag district. CRPF spokesman Ashish Kumar Jha told KNS that there militant in army fatigues suddenly appeared from nearby fields at Sangam at and fired volley of bullets on CRPF convoy. “It ... Read More »