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Srilanka will buy JF 17 thunder fighter jets from Pakistan

COLOMBO: Pakistan today sealed a landmark deal to sell JF-17 Thunder fighter jets to Sri Lanka as the two countries signed eight agreements to boost cooperation in areas like trade promotion, and science and technology besides combating money laundering and terror financing. On the second day of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Colombo, Pakistan agreed to sell eight aircraft ... Read More »

Judicial remand of Masrat Alam extended for two days

Nagrota, Jan 5, CNS: The Judicial remand of the separatist leader and chairperson Muslim League, Masarat Alam was extended for two more days on Tuesday. Earlier he was sent  to five days judicial remand by a court till January 5 and now that remand has been extended by January 7.     Muslim League spokesperson, Muhammad Rafiq Ganaie told CNS that ... Read More »

Magisterial enquiries are mere eyewash;Yaseen Malik

Srinagar, Jan 5, CNS: Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik Tuesday said that Government machinery and Forces including local police and CRPF are busy in suppressing the people of Kashmir. “Framing innocent people of Kashmir in false cases, torture, random arrests and murdering them and later on giving a clean chit to culprits are all the ... Read More »

Multiple organizations urge UN to implement resolutions on Kashmir

Srinagar, Jan 5, CNS: Different pro-freedom organizations Tuesday held protest demonstrations in Srinagar to demand implementation of the resolution passed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on this day in 1949 calling for referendum in Jammu and Kashmir.   Terming the lingering Kashmir issue as threat to peace and stability in South Asia, the protestors urged world community to ... Read More »

Sopore Massacre

Sopore, Jan 5, CNS: Justice continues to elude to the victim families of gory Sopore Massacre from past 22 years  whose near and dear ones lose their lives at the hands of Border Security Forces personnel in Apple town Sopore in North Kashmir way back in January 6, 1993. At least 57 innocent civilians were put to death by Indian ... Read More »

CM critical at AIIMS

srinagar, Jan 5, : The condition of 79 year old Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir continues to be critical in All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi.    A senior PDP leader, who had gone to enquire about the health of Mufti, told KCNS that Chief Minister has been suffering from acute pneumonia and he has been continuously ... Read More »

Mumbai boy scores 1009 runs on 323 balls

Mumbai school cricketer Pranav Dhanawade became the first player to score 1000 runs in a single innings. Batting for Smt KC Gandhi School, Kalyan, the opening batsman resumed the day from his overnight score of 652 runs and crossed the 1000-run mark after Lunch. His school declared the innings at 1465/3 with Parnav unbeaten at 1009 which he scored off ... Read More »

No open defecation by 2019

JANUARY 5: Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Abdul Haq today asserted that priority of the government is to make Jammu and Kashmir state free from open defecation by 2019. The Minster said this while addressing the inaugural ceremony of two-day state level workshop on sanitation being organized by the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj in collaboration ... Read More »

Labour wing to be established in CAPD

JAMMU, JANUARY 05: Minister for CA&PD and Tribal Affairs, Choudhary Zulfkar Ali today directed for establishment of Labour wing headed by Joint Director CA&PD to take care of interests of laborers in the Department.  The Minister announced this, while elaborating on the initiatives of the government for safeguarding interests of underprivileged segments of the society, after inaugurating renovated go-down inside the ... Read More »

Free Tuition to continue after vaccations also;Naeem Akther

JAMMU, JANUARY 5: Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar, Tuesday said that free winter tutorial classes started by the Department of Education for Class 10th and 12th students will continue after the winter vacations. “These tutorial centers will remain open throughout the year for students who want tuitions after their formal classes. Besides, the teachers will have to complete the syllabus by mid-year ... Read More »