After Phone Gag, Internet Service Providers ordered to ‘SHUT’ Services in Kashmir

After Phone Gag, Internet Service Providers ordered to ‘SHUT’ Services in Kashmir

Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have asked the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to stop Internet services in Kashmir “immediately”, Kashmir Post has learnt. Several service providers said that got phone calls from the authorities, directing them to suspend the Internet...
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Curfew, Clashes enters 35th Day across Kashmir Valley; Mobile network snapped

Curfew, Clashes enters 35th Day across Kashmir Valley; Mobile network snapped

Curfew and protest shutdown continued to paralyse life in Kashmir for the 35th consecutive day on Friday. Kashmir is observing protests ever since Commander Burhan Wani was killed in south Kashmir on July 8. 58 civilians have been killed in armed...
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Mobile network across Kashmir Valleys falls SILENT

Mobile network across Kashmir Valleys falls SILENT

Cell Phone services were snapped in Kashmir on Thursday night once again in past one month. Earlier, the service was suspended after massive protests erupted against the killing of popular militant commander Burhan Wani on July 08. The cell phone...
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Resistance group announces ‘Referendum Rally’ on August 13, 14 in Lal Chowk; Extend Shutdown until August 18

Resistance group announces ‘Referendum Rally’ on August 13, 14 in Lal Chowk; Extend Shutdown until August 18

The joint leadership of pro-freedom groups on Thursday called for a referendum march on August 13 and 14. Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq announced that people from all over Kashmir would start marching towards Lal Chowk from August 13....
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Drivers thrashed, made to wait for hours in Kupwara to curb Night Travel

Government forces have allegedly thrashed drivers and made them to wait for hours to enforce a ban on night travel in Kupwara district. Couple of days, authorities had banned night travel in adjacent Baramulla district to ‘counter’ the Hurriyat relaxation....
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Six injured in Lalpora clashes; Army camp relocated after 20 years in Kupwara, people hoist Pak

Six persons were injured in clashes that erupted in Lalpora area of Kupwara on Wednesday. The injured were, however, discharged after first aid, said a hospital source. Accused of killing a youth and brutally injuring 20 others during the ongoing...
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Lolab continues to boil, 8 Injured 1 Critical; 02 Youth Injured in Sogam, 01 Critical shifted to Srinagar

8 persons sustained injuries after police and forces used force on protesters in Lolab area of Kupwara district, reports said on Wednesday. One critically injured has been shifted to Srinagar for specialized treatment, sources said. They said that he has rece...
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33rd day of Curfew, Restrictions, Shutdown paralyzes life across Kashmir

33rd day of Curfew, Restrictions, Shutdown paralyzes life across Kashmir

Azad initiates debate on Kashmir in Rajya Sabha Authorities continued curfew and restrictions in Kashmir Valley on Wednesday for the 33rd consecutive days. “Curfew will remain in force in Anantnag town while restrictions shall continue in Shopian, Kulgam...
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Rowing boats make Pro-Freedom Rally in south Kashmir

Rowing boats make Pro-Freedom Rally in south Kashmir

With yet another innovative ide, scores of people on Wednesday took out a rally in South Kashmir demanding “freedom”. However, today it was in Jhelum that people rowed boats from Wurran Haal to Pazalpora in Bijbehara. The “pro-freedom” boat rally...
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Kashmir well off than most of India; Geelani to Modi

Kashmir well off than most of India; Geelani to Modi

Reacting sharply to the Indian Prime Minister’s statement that “development will solve the Kashmir issue”, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g), chairperson Syed Ali Geelani has said it is “ridiculous and irresponsible on part of Mr Modi to look into th...
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