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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 »

Pro-rapist rallies allowed in Jammu, bullets and curfews ‘order of the day’ in Kashmir: Mirwaiz

Srinagar, Apr 12, CNS: Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday slammed Jammu and Kashmir government for its "duplicity", saying in Jammu pro-rapist rallies were being allowed while in Kashmir bullets and pellets have become “order of the day.”    “Goons of #JammuBar &Political opportunists given a free run to enforce the despicable pro-rapist bandh in #Jammu while in #Kashmir bullets,pellets,curfews,arrests,gags,closing ... Read More »

Indian forces present in Jammu Kashmir are committing crimes against humanity: Geelani

Srinagar, Apr 12, CNS: Syed Ali Geelani while condemning the civilian killing in Khudwani Kulgam in South Kashmir, said the innocent civilians in occupied Jammu and Kashmir are facing worst type of state sponsored terrorism. Terming the killing as “cold-blooded murder”, Syed Ali Geelani said this is a “worst kind of state terrorism of India in Jammu and Kashmir”. Appealing UN ... Read More »

Civilian Killings: SHRC seeks report from Kulgam authorities

  Kulgam, Apr 12, CNS: The State Human Rights Commission on Thursday issued notices to Deputy Commissioner and Senior Superintendent of Police Kulgam asking them to submit a report regardingWednesday’s civilian killings in Kulgam.    Four civilians were killed in clashes during an encounter with government forces in Wanimohalla Khudwani area of Kulgam district on Wednesday. The government forces shot dead four civilians and ... Read More »

Kashmir traders’ body seeks FIR against lawyers for blocking challan in Asifa rape-murder case

Srinagar, Apr 10, CNS: A traders’ body in Kashmir has warned of protests if the government didn’t act against the lawyers who blocked the challan in the horrific rape and murder of the eight-year-old Asifa Bano in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Kathua yesterday. Kashmir Economic Alliance (KEA) chief Haji Muhammad Yasin Khan “has given an ultimatum to the government ... Read More »

Veeri inaugurates various projects executed by Auqaf Dept in Rajouri

Releases book ‘Shahen-e-Shah-e-Jabbal’ based on life of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah (RA) Rajouri, Apr 10 (KNS): Minister for Revenue, Haj & Auqaf and Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri today inaugurated various projects executed by Auqaf Department in Rajouri, here today. MLA Rajouri, Ch. Qamar Hussain, ADDC Rajouri A S Chib, Regional Director, Survey and Land Records Showkat Qazmi, Additional SP ... Read More »

JK scaling ambitious targets in road communication sector: Naeem Akhtar

Rs 1800 cr to be spent under PMGSY this fiscal, Rs 342 cr lifted under CRF last year Srinagar, Apr 10 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir is, for the first time, scaling targets for developmental works in road communication sector under various centrally-sponsored schemes, signaling an important breakthrough in this key sector. “This achievement of our engineers has opened new vistas ... Read More »

JKLF holds protest in London UK against India

Malik pays tribute to Gowhar Amin on his anniversary Srinagar, Apr 10 (KNS): Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) staged a protest outside Indian High Commission in London on Monday against the ‘brutalities’ of Indian forces in Jammu Kashmir and particularly against barbaric and unlawful killings in south Kashmir district of Shopian, where more than two dozen innocent people were killed and over ... Read More »

US envoy Mark Tesone calls on Rana

NC reflects genuine urges, aspirations of JK people Jammu, Apr 10 (KNS): Minister Counselor for Political Affairs Mark Tesone and Sr. First Secretary David Arulanantham in the Embassy of the USA in India on Wednesday called on National Conference Provincial President Devender Singh Rana here this morning and discussed interests of mutual interest. While recalling the role of National Conference in political ... Read More »