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Congress, National Conference forge alliance for Lok Sabha polls

The National Conference and Congress on Wednesday sealed an alliance for three Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir and decided to go for friendly contests on three other seats. The state sends six MPs to the Lok Sabha. The...
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Business slump continues, little hope for revival: Kashmir Inc

Business slump continues, little hope for revival: Kashmir Inc

Thanks to recent Indo-Pak hostilities and uncertainty over hearing of Article 35A in Supreme Court, Kashmir businesses do not see any hope coming out of prolonged slump. The economic condition of Kashmir may further deteriorate due to dwindling tourist footfal...
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Centre misusing NIA to target Kashmiris: Saifuddin Soz

Centre misusing NIA to target Kashmiris: Saifuddin Soz

Alleging that Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre was misusing National Investigation Agency (NIA) to target Kashmiris, senior Congress leader Prof Saifuddin Soz on Tuesday said this will be useless and counter-productive. The former union minister supp...
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Lighting system and other surprises at Tulip Garden this year

Lighting system and other surprises at Tulip Garden this year

More than a million tulips are about to bloom alongside scented hyacinths in Asia’s largest tulip garden at the foothills of Zabarwan mountain in Srinagar.The department of floriculture these days is busy giving final touches to the garden ahead of...
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Hindutva goons assault Muslim father, son; forcefully shave their beard

In an outrageous incident occurred in Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, some communal elements harassed Muslims. The miscreants beat up a father and son in Sanjarwas village and forcefully shaved their beard. The goons not only assaulted the father and son duo...
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Custodial death sparks outrage, Mainstream demands time-bound probe, Resistance called for shutdown

Custodial death sparks outrage, Mainstream demands time-bound probe, Resistance called for shutdown

The custodial death of a private school principal from southern Awantipora police district Tuesday triggered a fresh wave of anger across Kashmir, even as the administration ordered a magisterial inquiry into the incident that evoked widespread condemnation fr...
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China firmly with Pakistan, says Beijing and Islamabad raises Kashmir in top talks

China on Tuesday assured Pakistan of firm support to protect its territorial integrity and dignity during a high-level bilateral strategic dialogue in Beijing. At this meeting, Islamabad had raised the “rapidly deteriorating” situation in Kashmir and calle...
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Shutdown tomorrow against​ custodial death: Resistance Group

Shutdown tomorrow against​ custodial death: Resistance Group

Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has called shutdown in Kashmir tomorrow against the custodial death of a school teacher. “JRL has strongly condemned the custodial killing of 28-year-old school teacher Rizwan Asad Pandith of Awantipora who was picked up by ...
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Youth dies in Police custody, Magisterial probe ordered, Shutdown, Clashes in Awantipora, Downtown Srinagar

Youth dies in Police custody, Magisterial probe ordered, Shutdown, Clashes in Awantipora, Downtown Srinagar

A youth from south Kashmir’s Pulwama district died in a police custody in Srinagar on Tuesday. A senior Police officer confirmed the incident while talking to Kashmir Post. “An individual has died (in custody). He was held in a militacy-related...
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Farooq Abdullah to contest from Srinagar, Akbar Lone from Baramulla

Farooq Abdullah to contest from Srinagar, Akbar Lone from Baramulla

A high-level meeting of the National Conference’s parliamentary board decided on Monday that the party president Farooq Abdullah will contest the Lok Sabha election from Srinagar and senior leader Mohammad Akbar Lone will contest from Baramulla. Sources in t...
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