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Students clash with police in Srinagar and Pulwama

Class work remained suspended in two Budgam schools Srinagar, May 9, CNS: Police on Tuesday lobbed tear-smoke shells to disperse the stone-throwing students in summer capital Srinagar. Large number of students from SP Higher Secondary School and Women’s College tried to take out a march that was foiled by police. The agitating students resorted to stone-pelting while police used force to ... Read More »

Special cyber team in Valley to ascertain militant videos locations

  Srinagar, May 8, CNS: New Delhi has dispatched a special technological expert team to Kashmir Valley to ascertain the locations from where militants allegedly upload their videos on social networking sites.      Highly placed sources told news agency CNS that the team of experts hails from Indian silicon city Bengaluru.     In past, scores of militant videos have gone viral ... Read More »

R&B to macadamise more than 1000 km roads this year: CE

‘We will macadamise all roads this year’ Srinagar, May 03 (KNS): As roads in the Kashmir Valley continue to be giving bumpy ride, the government said that the repairing and macadamisation is being hampered by the wet weather prevailing over the region. Roads in towns and localities remain potholed and damaged by the winter and continual rainfall in from this ... Read More »

Kulgam attack: Hizb claims responsibility

‘Says we didn’t kill bank employees’ Srinagar, May 1, CNS: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen has claimed the responsibility of deadly Kulgam attack in which five police men and two bank employees were reportedly killed.     A JK Bank van was attacked near Pombai village on Monday.     Burhanuddin, Operational Spokesperson Hizbul Mujhadeen told news agency CNS that the attack was carried ... Read More »

‘Books build bridges’: KU’s South Campus celebrates Book Day

Srinagar, April 30: A book exhibition and guest lectures were organized at Kashmir University’s South Campus to mark the World Book Day. The theme of the events was ‘Books build Bridges.’ In his message on the occasion, Vice-Chancellor Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi said libraries form a very important component of university’s teaching-learning system and “we are committed to provide best ... Read More »

One civilian killed, several injured in police firing in Kupwara

SRINAGAR | APR 27 (PTK): A civilian was killed in Panzgam area of Kupwara after people stages protest to demand bodies of militants killed in gunfight which results in a clash on Thursday. Reports said that a 70-year old civilian was killed due to bullet injury near the army camp which was attacked by militants in Kupwara in Kashmir. Reports ... Read More »

Govt asks ISPs to stop transmission of social networking sites in Kashmir

JAMMU, APRIL 26: The State Government today asked the internet Service Providers (ISPs) to stop transmission of around 22 social networking sites in Kashmir with immediate effect. “In the interest of maintenance of public order, the  Government, in exercise of powers conferred by sub-section (2)  of Section-5 of the Indian Telegraph Act 1885 read with the Indian Telegraph (Amendment ) ... Read More »

Kashmiri Journalist is new Executive Editor of International Business Times

Srinagar, April 24: A young Kashmiri journalist Danish Manzoor will lead the Indian Edition of International Business Times, the organisation announced last weekend. International Business Times (IBTimes) is a digital global news publication and according to their surveys, it delivers international business, politics & current affairs news to an audience of over 15 million people in India (roughly) and 75 ... Read More »