Attacks on Kashmiris continue, Student allegedly attacked in Bengaluru

Attacks on Kashmiris continue, Student allegedly attacked in Bengaluru

There seems to be no end to attacks on innocent Kashmiris are are continuing after the Pulwama attack, in which 49 CRPF personnel were killed. In the latest incident, a Kashmiri student residing in Bengaluru was brutally attacked by four...
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JKSECC threatens to close all pvt schools, colleges, if Jama’at-e-Islami run institutions, were not ensured to function normally

JKSECC threatens to close all pvt schools, colleges, if Jama’at-e-Islami run institutions, were not ensured to function normally

Jammu and Kashmir Socio Economic Coordination Committee (JKSECC) has threatened to close all private schools and colleges in Kashmir if Jama’at-e-Islami institutions were not ensured to function normally.JKSECC— an amalgam of various trade, industrial, tra...
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Parents, Students worried as winter break extended twice

Parents, Students worried as winter break extended twice

The authorities in Kashmir have delayed the reopening of the schools after the winter break twice since March 1, saying it was because of the bad weather, but students and parents are apprehensive. They feel that the ongoing tension in...
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Loss of studies weighs heavy on the ​mind of Kashmiri students leaving for home

Loss of studies weighs heavy on the ​mind of Kashmiri students leaving for home

Amid concerns for their safety that are forcing them to return home, loss of academics is weighing heavy on the minds of Kashmiri students who are leaving for Jammu from Mohali in batches. Kashmiri students had taken shelter in Mohali...
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KAS Aspirants up in arms against JKPSC over irregularities in evaluation

KAS Aspirants up in arms against JKPSC over irregularities in evaluation

Since the results of Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) were declared on 4 December, almost every day now, hundreds of aspirants’ throng the streets to protest against the alleged “discrepancies” by Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (PSC), t...
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Schools continue to violate ‘No Homework’ order

Schools continue to violate ‘No Homework’ order

In a recent notification, the Ministry of Human Resource and Development directed all states that there should be no homework for classes up to Class II, but these directions are not being followed in Kashmir schools. Parents said schools were...
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As mercury continues to decrease, parents seek early winter break in schools

As mercury continues to touch the freezing point in Kashmir, parents have demanded an early winter break for lower classes in schools, saying they lack heating arrangements. Mohammad Altaf, a resident of Baramulla, said children shiver in classes in the...
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Share admission details of poor students: SHRC to Private schools

Share admission details of poor students: SHRC to Private schools

State Human Rights Commission chairman Justice Bilal Nazki (retd) has issued notice to leading private schools of Kashmir directing them to provide admission details of students belonging to financially weaker backgrounds. In the notice, the schools have been ...
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Fleecing students, panel set to tighten noose around private schools

Fleecing students, panel set to tighten noose around private schools

The Directorate of School Education, Jammu, has taken note of the parents being allegedly forced by private schools to purchase textbooks and uniforms from designated shops at exorbitant rates. It has constituted a four-member committee to take action against ...
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Kashmiri Students heading home post Jalandhar arrests

Kashmiri Students heading home post Jalandhar arrests

Following the arrest of two Kashmiri students of St Soldier College here last week in connection with the Maqsudan police station blast case, students from the Valley have either vacated their paying guest (PG) accommodation or have gone on extended...
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