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Daily Archives: May 25, 2016

Slump hides market hits the raw skin dealers badly in valley

‘Beef ban implications destructed 25 lakh bovine hides’ IRFAN MALIK Srinagar: The beef ban implications has hit the Jammu and Kashmir raw skin dealers, president Raw Skin Dealers Association Kashmir said. “We requested the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to grant the permission for exporting the remaining dump bovine hides despite the two months stay on beef ban proclaimed by ... Read More »

Suspected militants kill youth in Kupwara

He was working in Army as a porter: Sources ‘His uncle’s PSO was killed in Tengpora’ Srinagar | May 25 (PTK): Suspected militants today morning killed a 20-year old boy in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Police said that Liyaqat Ali was shot dead in the forest area of Waderbala Handwara, nearly 95 km north of Srinagar. Waderbala forests in Handwara ... Read More »


RAFIABAD 25 May 2016:Keeping in synchronisation with the need for participative and fruitful connect with the youth of the valley, ‘Chinar 9Jawan Club’ under the aegis of Kilo Force has yet again added a recreational facility for the youth folk of Rafiabad. The Club is equipped with numerous facilities including Internet Cafe, Gymnasium, Pool Table, Table Tennis, Carrom, Chess and ... Read More »

Ahead of strike call, separatist leaders put under house arrest

‘Have called shutdown tomorrow’ Srinagar, May 25 (KNS): Ahead of the joint shutdown by separatists, authorities on Wednesday placed most of the leaders under house arrest. Police on Wednesday afternoon arrested chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik while Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Molvi Umar Farooq, Media Advisor to Mirwaiz, Shahid-ul-Islam was placed under house arrest ... Read More »

Sainik colony for state subject soldiers should be set up in Kashmir: BJP

‘Kashmiri Pandits should be rehabilitated as per they desire’ Srinagar, May 25 (KNS): Even as the government has been walking on a tightrope over the proposal of setting up a Sainik colony in Kashmir, BJP said the colony should be set up for soldiers who are state subjects. “Our stand is clear that we want a Sainik Colony for soldiers ... Read More »

Opposition stages walkout during Governor’s address

Demands magisterial probe in Handwara killings, rollback of NFSA Srinagar, May 25 (KNS): Opposition on Wednesday staged walkout while Governor N N Vohra was addressing the joint session of the state legislature at SKICC here. National Conference and Congress legislators staged walkout to protest against the ‘failure of government over several issues’. As soon as the Governor N N Vohra ... Read More »

Some 50 to 60 militants active in North Kashmir: Army

Srinagar | May 25 (PTK): Army today said they are apprehending increase in infiltration attempts in days to come but added the forces are ready to foil the attempts. Army’s Gen Jarken Gamlin claimed that there were nearly 50 to 60 militants active in north Kashmir but said their morale was down as they face tremendous pressure from the armed ... Read More »

Suspected militants attack NC leader; cop killed, ‘rifle snatched’

Srinagar | May 25 (PTK): Suspected militants today attacked a pro-Indian politician in Pulwama district killing one of his police guards. Sources said the attack took place on policemen guarding a senior National Conference leader Ghulam Mohi din Mir. The policemen were with the politician, who is a former lawmaker from Rajpur, in Manghama when the militants fired at them. ... Read More »

Demeaning scrapping of SRO-105, stone crusher owners stage protest in Srinagar

Srinagar, May 25: To mark their protest against anti industrial policies of Jammu and Kashmir government, Stone Crusher Association (SCA) today staged a massive protest in Srinagar on the eve of opnigday of 2016 budget session and demanded immediate scrapping of SRO-105 issued during Governor’s Rule on March 31, which imposes blanket ban on any sort of mining. Over 200 hundred ... Read More »

Custodial killing in broad day light at Sarai Bala shows the real face of India and its Kashmiri stooges;Yasin Malik

            Srinagar// Hypocrisy has been the trade mark of pro-India politicians of Jammu Kashmir from 1947 till today. While asking for votes these politicians wear green and swear by Azadi and Pakistan and after assuming power start abusing and accusing both. Mehbooba Mufti’s, Azadi and Pakistan bashing falls in the same category of hypocritical politics. Custodial killing in broad day ... Read More »