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Funding ‘subversive’ activities NIA arrests 7 separatists

‘Arrrest illegal and revengeful’ JRL calls for shutdown Srinagar, July 24, : India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday arrested seven separatist leaders including National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmed Khan in connection with its probe into the funding of subversive activities in the Kashmir Valley, officials said.     Officials said that after arresting Bita Karate from New Delhi, NIA arrested six ... Read More »

CRPF personnel dies after “denied” to visit hospital by commander

‘Commander thrashed by deceased's colleagues’ Srinagar, Jul 23 (KNS): Paramilitary CRPF troopers thrashed their company commander Sunday after their colleague does as the commander “denied permission him to visit hospital for treatment”. Police sources said a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) trooper died in Wanpoh area of Anantnag district after he was denied to visit a hospital for treatment. “The CRPF trooper ... Read More »

Congress’ Kashmir Committee meets for second time in New Delhi

‘Kashmir issue cannot be resolved through military means Srinagar, Jul 23 (KNS): The Kashmir Committee formed by the Congress recently held its second meeting at Delhi which was chaired by Dr Manmohan Singh. The Committee was set up by Sonia Gandhi for resolution of Kashmir issue. The Congress leaders who participated in the meeting included P Chidambaram, Dr. Karan Singh, ... Read More »

Lawlessness: Army beat up cops inside police station, wounding 7 including two officers

DGP takes up issue with Core Commander Ganderbal, July 22, CNS: At least seven policemen including two officers were wounded when soldiers from two army camps in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district barged into a local police station in the middle of the night, creating havoc inside the station, even not sparing the Station House Officer.     Police sources informed that after ... Read More »

Our policy on Kashmir has not changed: US

  SRINAGAR | JULY 22 (PTK): The United States officials have said that there has been inconsistency in the American description of Jammu and Kashmir, but insisted there was no change in its policy saying the “pace, scope and character” of any discussion on Kashmir is for India and Pakistan to determine.   “Our policy on Kashmir has not changed,” a ... Read More »

China, America should mind their own business: Mehbooba on Abdullah’s remarks

SRINAGAR | JULY 22: While rebuking the National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah’s remarks on Kashmir issue, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday said that the situation in Kashmir Valley would be same as Syria and Afghanistan if America starts intervening.   “China, America should mind their own business, we all know what is the situation of the countries wherever they intervened be ... Read More »

Now Army thrash JK Policemen, Six injured

  Ganderbal, July 22: atleast six cops of JK Police have been hospitalized after they were beaten mercilessly none other than the Indian Army.  Reports say a group of two dozen army men of 24 Rashtriya Rifles  in civies were travelling in three vehicles and we're stopped by a Police Naka near Gund. The angry armymen pounced upon the police ... Read More »

JRL submits memorandum to UN

Asks Antonio to take notice of Kashmir rights violations Srinagar, Jul 21 (KNS): The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Friday submitted a memorandum to Secretary General of United Nations Antonio Guterres in which the leaders asked the world body to take notice of human rights violations in Kashmir. JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, said the memorandum ... Read More »

A killing with three versions

Budgam, July 21, CNS: After the killing of a youth in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district Police and Army released their separate versions almost clashing with each other.      Police said Army opened fire in Beerwah after mistaking fire cracker sound for grenade blast while Army said some stone-pelters tried to snatch weapons from the patrol party.       People who were accompanying ... Read More »

Mehbooba asks country’s media watchdogs to help in correct, contextual portrayal of JK

Says State’s media fraternity performed even in difficult times, maintained professional integrity SRINAGAR, JULY 21: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has asked country’s top media watchdog organizations to help in correct and contextual portrayal of the happenings in the State. Interacting with the visiting team of Press Council of India which met her here today, the Chief Minister said a section of ... Read More »