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  • 22 Social Media sites banned in Kashmir for a month

    22 Social Media sites banned in Kashmir for a month

    The state government today ordered one-month ban on 22 social media sites, mobile phone messengers and video-uploading sites in the Valley, which the security agencies believe are fuelling the protests. The state Home Department in an order banned Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, QQ, WeChat, Qzone, Tumblr, Google+, Baidu, Skype, Viber, Line, Snapchat, Pinterest, Telegram, Reddit, Snapfish, […]Read More »
  • Demand for splitting J&K into 3 regions gets louder

    Demand for splitting J&K into 3 regions gets louder

    Jammu pushes for separate statehood, Ladakh insists on UT status The prolonged unrest in Kashmir has deepened the regional divide in the relatively peaceful Jammu and Ladakh regions as the demand for separating the two regions from the Kashmir valley has gained momentum. The Jammu region has been pushing for statehood while Ladakh has been […]Read More »
  • As Students clashes with forces, City centre turns into battlefield

    As Students clashes with forces, City centre turns into battlefield

    2 students, 12 cops injured; 6 students detained Govt forces resort to tear gas shelling, aerial firing to quell protests Student, photojournalist, woman injured; SSP Srinagar among 12 cops hurt Cops showed utmost restraint: Police Massive clashes were witnessed between students and government forces in the heart of Srinagar city on Monday as colleges re-opened […]Read More »
  • Youth across valley looking for options as govt gags Social Media

    Youth across valley looking for options as govt gags Social Media

    Apps like Snapchat, Telegram see record downloads Amid apprehensions of permanent social media ban in Kashmir, youth are looking for other options to stay connected with friends and family. Mobile apps like Telegram and Snapchat, which allow chatting and transfer of data in encrypted form along with other security features, are witnessing record downloads and […]Read More »
  • Alliance in trouble as PDP, BJP drift apart

    Alliance in trouble as PDP, BJP drift apart

    “When we arrest stone-pelters, we face enormous political pressure to release them because some of the stone-pelters are from both the PDP and the NC. Both parties use their own influence to subvert law and order,” From their political philosophy to socio-cultural idiom, every innate fault line within the PDP-BJP alliance is proving to be […]Read More »

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