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Counselling session for NEET-2017 aspirants held in Srinagar

IITian shares tips and tricks with students on how to crack competitive exams SRINAGAR, APRIL 16: A day-long counseling-cum-mentoring session for students appearing in the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET)-2017 was organized by Department of Libraries and Research here today. The session was addressed by Vivek Gupta from IIT Bombay, who shared various tips and tricks on successfully preparing and cracking competitive ... Read More »

CM denounces civilian killings

Asks SFs to show restraint in provocative situations JAMMU, APRIL 16: Asking the security forces to exercise maximum restraint while operating in provocative situations, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has expressed deep anguish over the unfortunate death of a youth at Batamaloo late last night. The Chief Minister directed the security forces to exercise maximum restraint while performing their duties in ... Read More »

People in state are facing state sponsored terrorism: Geelani

  SRINAGAR | APR 16 (PTK):  Chairman Hurriyat Syed Ali Geelani, on Sunday said that people in state are facing state sponsored terrorism. Expressing his deep grief and concern over the killing of youth in Batmaloo, Geelani said that life and dignity   in state is not safe and people suffer at the hands of ill minded & bigoted forces personnel. Geelani ... Read More »

Army and Security agencies leak videos themselves as a part of their terrible strategy: Er Rasheed

Ridicules Farooq Abdullah for his demand for president’s rule Srinagar 16 April: Hitting out hard at Security forces including Army, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed has said that the videos which have gone viral, have been uploaded on social media with calculated and organised intentions to give a message to Kashmiris that New Delhi doesn’t care and will ... Read More »

Official Spokesman refutes remarks attributed to CM by New Delhi-based Financial Express

JAMMU, APRIL 14: The State Government spokesman has strongly refuted the remarks attributed to the Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti in today’s web edition of New Delhi-based business newspaper Financial Express regarding a youth allegedly tied to a security forces vehicle in Budgam area. “It is highly unfortunate, severely unethical and grossly irresponsible on part of such a prominent newspaper ... Read More »

Army holds Seminar on Drug Menace at Sumbal

Sumbal April 14:With an aim to aware the society and especially college going students about the ill-effect of drugs and a need to follow a multi dimensional policy in war against drug menace, Sumbal Army Camp today organised a seminar at Chinar 9 Jawan Club. An official said seminar commenced with an Elocution competition where many speakers addressed the students ... Read More »

Only a long term policy can tackle Kashmir issue: Parrikar

  SRINAGAR | APR 14 (PTK): The Kashmir conundrum is not an easy issue to resolve and only a long term policy can tackle it, Goa Chief Minister and former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Friday. Parrikar also said that there was a lot of pressure on him when he was serving as the Defence Minister in the national ... Read More »

Rajanth’s statement depicts their ‘frustration’: Geelani  

  SRINAGAR | APR 13 (PTK): Reacting over the ‘threat statement’ made by Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh wherein he warned Kashmiri youth of consequences, Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani Thursday said that they are losing balance and it depicts their frustration. Geelani also said that the unprecedented poll boycott ‘unnerved Indian authorities’. “It is ridiculous” said Geelani, while ... Read More »

Election drama once again proved a flop show: Joint Hurriyat  

SRINAGAR | APR 13 (PTK):  Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik on Thursday criticized authorities for staging election drama in poll bound areas amidst crake down and deployment of heavy contingent of forces & said that it is a slur on so called democracy. lamenting at state administration, resistance leaders said that authorities are deliberately adding ... Read More »