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‘Dry spell to continue in rain deficit Kashmir’

No immediate signs of rainfall: MeT Srinagar, Nov 07 (KNS): The dry spell in the rain-deficit Kashmir valley is likely to continue, as according to Weather department, there are no immediate chances of any rainfall till November 13. A senior official in MeT told KNS that the dry spell will continue till November 13. “The machinery we are equipped with helps us ... Read More »

Stop playing politics of deceit: Dr Farooq Abdullah

‘New Delhi should understand that iron fist and subjugation has never yielded positive results’ Srinagar, Nov 07 (KNS): National Conference President and Member Parliament of Srinagar Dr Farooq Abdullah on Monday impressed upon government of India for ceasing its half hearted measures and political deceit towards resolution of Kashmir issue. Castigating the present and previous governments in New Delhi, Dr Abdullah said, ... Read More »

Malik reacts to Pak PM’s statement

Asks him to highlight miseries of Kashmiris across globe Srinagar, Nov 07 (KNS): Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik Tuesday said Kashmiris are being ‘brutalized, terrorized’ and are passing through a tough time. “Instead of issuing statements that may create confusion among the ranks and files of Kashmiris, it is prudent to highlight the miseries of Kashmiris across ... Read More »

Will ask Pakistan to collect the body of Masood Azhar’s nephew: IGP Kashmir

Srinagar, November 07: Kashmir police chief Muneer Khan on Tuesday said they will ask Pakistan to collect the body of Masood Azhar’s nephew killed in a gunfight with government forces in Aglar village of Pulwama last night. Addressing a press conference in Srinagar, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir said Jaish-e-Muhammad has owned Talha Rasheed. “We will ask them to ... Read More »

Under Z-security, Interlocutor Sharma reaches Kashmir

13 delegations meet him on day 1st Srinagar, Nov 06 (KNS): The Central government appointed interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma Monday reached Srinagar on his four day visit. During the visit, Sharma, the former IB Chief, will be meeting around 60 delegations. Sources told KNS, that on the first day around 13 delegations, which were all non-political, met him and put forth ... Read More »

No expectations from new interlocutor: Dr Farooq Abdullah

Says restoration of Autonomy the only way forward Srinagar, Nov 04 (KNS): National Conference President and Member Parliament of Srinagar Dr. Farooq Abdullah Sunday asked GoI to devise a sound Kashmir policy and termed the appointment of a new interlocutor to J&K as nothing new. While addressing a well attended public gathering in Tangdar Kupwara, Dr Farooq said, “I have very little ... Read More »

State govt preparing ground: Dineshwar Sharma

Says I will come and talk to people Srinagar, Nov 05 (KNS): The GoI’s newly appointed interlocutor for Kashmir Dineshwar Sharma Sunday said the State government is preparing the ground and he would just come and talk to the people or the delegations. “State government that is preparing the list of the people and delegations who are going to meet him during ... Read More »

‘Kashmir issue can be resolved through dialogue, but India should show sincerity: Geelani

    ‘Conducive atmosphere for negotiations is prime necessity’ Srinagar, Nov 04 (KNS): Syed Ali Geelani on Saturday expressed his deep concern over the prevailing horrendous situations in state, saying that unabated state sponsored violence, arrests, intimidations and killings will further deteriorate the situation. Geelani as chairman of the Tehreek-e-Huriyat while speaking in executive council said that detainees despite bailed ... Read More »

Abide by AOA and MOU on power projects: PDP

* Bandipora, Nov 04: PDP General Secretary, Nizam-ud-din Bhat on Saturday said that government of India is bound by its written and unwritten commitments to restore all rights of Jammu and Kashmir over its rivers and hydel projects sustaining on its waters. Addressing workers convention in Bandipora Bhat said that NHPC, the government of India owned Power Corporation cannot violate ... Read More »

Art 370 a historic commitment by country to JK people: Mehbooba

Pitches for opening all historic routes, making JK gateway to Central Asia New Delhi, Nov 04 (KNS): Terming dialogue as the only way to get Jammu & Kashmir out of the cycle of violence and uncertainty, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today hoped that the appointment of an interlocutor by the Centre would help in creating a congenial atmosphere for a ... Read More »