Tuesday , 24 April 2018
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Iran president criticises violence by morality police

Tehran, Apr 21 (AFP) Iran's President Hassan Rouhani today appeared to criticise the morality police after a video emerged of a violent encounter with a woman accused of breaching the country's strict dress code. "Some say the way to promote virtue and prohibit vice is… by going to the street and grabbing people by the neck," said Rouhani in a wide-ranging ... Read More »

Chenab Valley faces severe development deficit: Tak

Reiterates demand for constitution of STF Kishtwar, April 20: Member Legislative Council Firdous Tak has reiterated his demand for constitution of Special Task Force in order to study and suggest special measures to overcome development deficit of Chenab Valley. “There is urgent need for constitution of Special Task Force comprising officers from key government departments in order to study the ... Read More »

State virtually reeling under  martial law like situations: APHC

Srinagar, Apr 20, CNS: All Parties Hurriyat Conference on Friday has hit out at the “ruling regime” and its forces for “their attitude towards the leadership, saying the state is virtually reeling under the martial law like situations. No law exists, and fundamental rights have been trampled and leadership continue to be caged.  Hurriyat strongly condemned the government’s action of caging pro-freedom leaders and ... Read More »

Congress holds Candle Light Vigil

Demands justice to Asifa, other rape victims in country Srinagar, Apr 15 (KNS): Congress today held a Candle Light Vigil against the rising crime on Women in the Country, in Srinagar, in which Senior Congress Leaders and activists participated and expressed serious concern over brutalities committed under BJP rule. The Congress leaders while lashing out at the regular incidents of ... Read More »

Yasin Malik grieved over Amir’s death

‘Indian bullets, pellets have only one trajectory, target and that is to hit, kill Kashmiris’ Srinagar, Apr 15 (KNS): Cold blooded murder of yet another young Kashmiri is a glaring example of the fact that Kashmiri blood is cheap and valueless in the eyes of oppressors and tyrants. Amir Ahmad Lone of Chatergul Kangan has fallen to the bullets of ... Read More »

PDP-BJP coalition brought state on worst ever anarchy: Hakeem Yaseen

‘World outrage on Asifa rape-murder, not PDP-BJP, forced action against accused BJP Ministers’ Srinagar, Apr 15 (KNS): Accusing PDP-BJP coalition government for prevailing worst ever socio-political turbulence and instability in the state, Chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen has said that it was only due to outrage from justice loving civil society groups at international and national levels ... Read More »

Mirwaiz grieved over Kangan youth’s death

‘Amir was battling for life for last one week at ICU of SKIMS’ Srinagar, Apr 15 (KNS): Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Sunday expressed his grief over the death of Amir, who succumbed to injuries on Sunday morning at SKIMS, Hospital in Srinagar. Mirwaiz wrote on twitter: “Deeply grieved as AamirLone(21) shot at by forces during Gowhars funeral at #Kangan succumbed to ... Read More »

Put Congress leaders behind bars if involved: Azad on Asifa case

SRINAGAR APR 13 (PTK):  Commenting on the controversy surrounding the rape and murder of eight-year-old girl Asifa of Kathua, the leader of opposition, in Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad has said that if any Congress leaders are involved in defense of rapist, he or she should be put behind bars. “If any of the Congress leaders is involved in defense of ... Read More »

Now Nizam-ud-Din Bhat endorses Tasaduq Mufti’s views

 Says PDP need to rise upto its reputations  Srinagar , April 13:   Senior PDP Leader Nizamudin Bhat has endorsed the views presented by State Tourism Minister Tasaduq Mufti in a national newspaper on Friday. In a statement issued today, Bhat said that conduct of communal and hawkish elements in BJP is giving serious blow to PDP’s expectations on Kashmir and New ... Read More »