Curfew continues in Jammu, Arsonists move freely in curfew-bound areas; Wreak​ havoc in Janipur, properties of Kashmiris attacked

Curfew continues in Jammu, Arsonists move freely in curfew-bound areas; Wreak​ havoc in Janipur, properties of Kashmiris attacked

Curfew imposed here in Jammu and Kashmir was not relaxed on Saturday two days after 49 CRPF troopers were blown up in a suicide attack on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Pulwama by a Jaish-e-Mohammad militant, although authorities claimed the situation...
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After weeks closer​ Highway opens for one way traffic, No livestock inspection point on new highway

After weeks closer​ Highway opens for one way traffic, No livestock inspection point on new highway

The Srinagar-Jammu highway remained open for one-way traffic on Wednesday as around 3357 vehicles crossed over to Srinagar from Jammu. IGP Traffic, Alok Kumar told Kashmir Post that the one-way vehicular movement had been restored from Tuesday. “We allowed a...
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Highway remain shut for seventh consecutive​ day, Fruit growers suffer losses worth crores of rupees

Highway remain shut for seventh consecutive​ day, Fruit growers suffer losses worth crores of rupees

A top traffic police official Monday termed the condition of the Srinagar-Jammu highway, which remained closed for the seventh straight day, as “disastrous”. “The condition of the highway is disastrous,” inspector general of traffic police Alok Kumar t...
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Stranded passengers crying for help as highway remains shut for fifth day, Valley faces shortage of essentials

Stranded passengers crying for help as highway remains shut for fifth day, Valley faces shortage of essentials

The chances of re-opening of the Srinagar-Jammu highway which remained closed for the fifth consecutive day are bleak as massive landslides hit the road on Sunday, officials said, even as the local meteorological department predicted another three-day-long spe...
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Snow wreaks havoc across Kashmir, Admin ‘Buried’ under few inches of Snow, Help each other: Mirwaiz Plea to Kashmiris

Snow wreaks havoc across Kashmir, Admin ‘Buried’ under few inches of Snow, Help each other: Mirwaiz Plea to Kashmiris

A man died after a snow avalanche hit his residential house in Sanbradi Magam village in Kokernag area of southern Anantnag district on Thursday evening, officials said.An official said a massive avalanche hit the residential house of Bashir Ahmad Qureshi,...
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PDP’s breaking up, should not be taken seriously: Governor Satya Pal

PDP’s breaking up, should not be taken seriously: Governor Satya Pal

Former Chief Ministers Mufti, Omar slam Malik over his ‘political’ statement Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was breaking up and its president Mehbooba Mufti shouldn’t be taken seriously. He alleged that Muft...
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Jammu – Srinagar traffic mess continues to ‘Worsens’

Jammu – Srinagar traffic mess continues to ‘Worsens’

The nightmares for the commuters travelling on the Srinagar-Jammu highway continue as the authorities failed to make the highway functional for smooth movement of vehicles. On Monday, only the Kashmir-bound trucks carrying essential commodities were allowed to...
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IAS to Politics: Shah Faisal begins his ​political journey

IAS to Politics: Shah Faisal begins his ​political journey

Less than a month after he resigned from the IAS to join politics, Shah Faisal started his political journey from his home districtt of Kupwara, declaring that he was there to contest the elections to rid the people of corruption...
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UN says India’s ‘Excessive Force’ caused unlawful killings in its first report on abuses in Kashmir

UN says India’s ‘Excessive Force’ caused unlawful killings in its first report on abuses in Kashmir

Indian security forces used “excessive force” resulting in unlawful killings and a high number of injuries during widespread demonstrations in the Kashmir region that began in 2016, the United Nations said in a report released Thursday. The report was the....
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If voted to power, will bring autonomy resolution within month, Pulwama-like killings ignite passion for freedom: Farooq Abdullah

If voted to power, will bring autonomy resolution within month, Pulwama-like killings ignite passion for freedom: Farooq Abdullah

The National Conference president Farooq Abdullah on Thursday said that if his party is voted to power with absolute majority, his party bring a autonomy resolution in the State Assembly within a month, “which is our core agenda.” “If am...
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