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Delegates pitch for Kashmir autonomy, Says OP Shaw

   Srinagar, June 18, CNS: Under track II diplomacy, Indian civil society member and peace activist OP Shaw who is in Kashmir met a number of delegations including journalists, civil society members, lawyers and    The delegations exchanged notes on Kashmir problem with OP Shaw separatists.while   majority of them demanded restoration of autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir. Those who met Shaw included, ... Read More »

Youth killed, another injured in forces firing at Kulgam

  Srinagar, June 18 (GNS): A youth was killed and another was injured in alleged army firing at Nowpora area of Mir Bazar in south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Monday evening. A senior police officer told GNS that a group of youth pelted stones on army's 9 RR party who allegedly resorted some gunshots. In the incident, two persons suffered ... Read More »

Youth shot dead by unknown gunmen in Kulgam

Srinagar, June 17:(GNS) A youth was killed after attacked by unknown gunmen at Kelam area of south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Sunday evening. Confirming the incident SSP Kulgam Harmeet Singh said that militants fired upon a person namely Mohd Iqbal Kawa and has been shifted to Jaglat Mandi hospital where he succumbed to injuries. Soon after the incident whole area ... Read More »

Commanding Officer among six injured in ongoing Bandipora operation

Srinagar. Jun 17: A senior army officer among six soldiers injured in an encounter at Panar forest area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, official sources said on Sunday. They said that army’s 14 RR Commanding Officer (CO) and five other soldiers suffered injuries due to bullets and splinters in the forest area last evening. A senior police officer while confirming ... Read More »

Ceasefire ends; Govt directs forces to resume operations

  Srinagar, Jun 17: After a month-long break in operations against militants, the Government of India on Sunday decided to resume the operations in J&K announced in the beginning of the sacred month, Ramadhan. The announcement regarding the resumption of the operations was made by the Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh in his series of tweets. “The Government of India ... Read More »

Thousands mourn death of Shujhat Bukhari

Srinagar, June 15, CNS: Thousands of mourners participated in the funeral procession of Syed Shujhat Bukhari- the veteran journalist and Editor-in-Chief of English daily "Rising Kashmir" Shujaat Bukhari in his ancestral hometown of Kreeri in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district. Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, state Public Works Minister Naeem Akhtar, senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz, local journalists and other members from ... Read More »

Youth killed, girl among two injured in forces action at Pulwama

Srinagar, June 15: (GNS) A civilian youth was killed and two suffered injuries after army allegedly opened fire in Nowpora Payeen area of Lassipora in south Kashmir's Pulwama district. A police officer told GNS that army's 55 RR patrolling party came under stone pelting in the area. The soldiers opened few shots to disperse the protesters. In the incident, three ... Read More »

Shujaat was lover peace, crusader for peoples’ rights: PDP

‘Party will always consider his ideas as part of its struggle for peace and reconciliation’ Srinagar, Jun 15: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday paid glowing tributes to veteran Journalist Syed Shujaat Bukhari, terming him a seer, intellectual and a person of a remarkable spirit who shall keep guiding Kashmir’s coming generations to tread the path of veracity and courage with impeccable will ... Read More »

Eid turns into mourning for media fraternity

Netizens, Twitterities condemn RK editor’s killing Srinagar, Jun 15 (KNS): Eid-ul-Fitr, the Muslim holy festival turned into a mourning for the media fraternity of Kashmir after the killing of a senior journalist and Rising Kashmir editor-in-Chief, Shujaat Bukhari. The festive look that wore in the commercial Hub Lal Chowk and Srinagar’s press enclave as well is missing from the media ... Read More »

On Eid eve, Govt orders release of 115 prisoners

SRINAGAR, JUNE 15: In view of the Eid ul Fitr, the Government has ordered the release of 115 prisoners, with least involvement, from various jails of the State. Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, it may be recalled, had directed undertaking an exercise to release all those prisoners found not involved in serious crimes so that they can celebrate Eid with their ... Read More »