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Daily Archives: December 22, 2016

Malik goes into hiding, to lead Friday’s protest: JKLF

Condemns ‘oppression’ on Kashmiri inmates in jails Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Thursday said that the party chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik will lead a protest in Lal Chowk tomorrow against issuing certificate of domicile to refugees from west Pakistan and other court orders ‘that are actually a part of conspiracy to change the demography of ... Read More »

JK turns into money machine for non-resident doctors

patients enticed through special clinics Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): Attribute it to pathetic condition of healthcare services in Jammu and Kashmir and complete policy paralysis, non- resident doctors from reputed hospitals of the country claiming varied expertise are coming to state and looting patients in the pretext of special treatment, and are extracting hefty amount of money from the gullible ... Read More »

Bhim Singh questions Modi’s surgical strikes & demonetization

Srinagar | Dec 22 (PTK): Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party on his mission yatra in J&K which started from Jammu City this morning stopped at Akhnoor (the seat of Dogra rulers, Maharaja Gulab Singh, the birthplace) while addressing civil society and NPP workers called on the people of India to understand the basics of J&K political turmoil ... Read More »

AIP activists kept VHP leaders hostage in Srinagar

    Er Rashid rearrested Srinagar | Dec 22 (PTK): In a surprise and swift move this evening, about two dozen activists led by Er Rashid today took Vishu Hindu Parishad (VHP) National leaders hostage for about half an hour at Press Colony when they were addressing media. Soon after his release from Kothi Bagh Police Station, Er Rashid managed ... Read More »

West Pakistan Refugees issued Identity Certificates: Govt

Jammu | Dec 22 (PTK):  Discounting the false and contrived impression being created regarding the change of status of the West Pakistan Refugees (WPR), the Government today made it clear that such reports are deliberately being circulated to destabilize the situation and hit the political and economic interests of the people. “It seems an orchestrated and misleading campaign has been ... Read More »

Dogri language has gained respectful place in contemporary literature: Kavinder

JKAACL organizes 2-day Dogri Writers Conference Priya Sethi stresses need for promotion of regional languages JAMMU, DECEMBER 22:  Speaker Legislative Assembly, Kavinder Gupta today inaugurated 2-day All India Dogri Writers Conference at Abhinav Theatre here. The Conference is being organized by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages on the eve of Dogri Manta Divas-the day Dogri language was ... Read More »

Karra likely to join Congress Party

  Srinagar, Dec 22, CNS: Former Member Parliament Tariq Hamid Karra who recently resigned from People’s Democratic Party is all set to join Congress party. Karra’s deliberations with Congress High Command will definitely place him in the lap of Congress party. Authentic sources told news agency CNS that Congress party will nominate Karra as its president in Jammu and Kashmir ... Read More »

IGP Kashmir inaugurates Baramulla Sports Festival

  December 22:  A three day District level sports and athletics festival was organized today by Baramulla Police in collaboration with J&K Sports Council and Nehru Yuva Kendra. According to a press release ,the sports meet was inaugurated by Sh. Javaid Mujtaba Gillani ,IGP Kashmir at Professor Showkat Ali Stadium Baramulla. Hundreds of young sports persons and athletes hailing from ... Read More »

2010 Killings: SHRC seeks appearance of victim families

  ‘Will submit report by ending December: Koul Commission Srinagar, Dec 21, CNS: State Human Rights Commission Wednesday asked the victim families of 2010 uprising to appear before the Commission with any type of submission and representation.      Secretary Jammu Kashmir State Human Rights Commission through a general notice has asked the Kith and Kin of 2010 uprising victims to ... Read More »

Two years on: Report indicting CRPF for civilian killings gathering dust

  Srinagar, Dec 21, CNS: Justice (rtd) M.L.Koul Wednesday lamented that justice was not delivered to the family members of victims killed by Para-military Central Reserve Police Force in 2013.     Four persons including three innocent youth Tariq Ahmad Mir, Tauseef Ahmad and Muhammad Yusuf and a Pakistani militant Abdullah Haroon were killed in CRPF firing at Gagrin area of ... Read More »