Pleas against Articles 35A, 370 won’t be heard today

Pleas against Articles 35A, 370 won’t be heard today

There will be no hearing of pleas against Article 35 A and Article 370 in the Supreme Court Thursday, a source said on Wednesday.The pleas did not figure in the final list issued by the apex court registry on Wednesday...
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Doctors in Kashmir plan to boycott Macleods, Intas Pharma for suspending Kashmiri employees

Doctors in Kashmir plan to boycott Macleods, Intas Pharma for suspending Kashmiri employees

Doctors in Srinagar have planned to boycott pharma companies that have suspended Kashmiri employees accused of posting “anti-national” comments on social media after Pulwama attack. The Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited, a multinational pharmaceutical ...
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Shutdown across​ Valley against harassment of Kashmiris in parts of India

Shutdown across​ Valley against harassment of Kashmiris in parts of India

Normal life was hit across the Valley on Sunday due to a shutdown called by the business bodies to protest the harassment of Kashmiris living outside. Following the Pulwama attack on a CRPF convoy, there have been reports of harassment...
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Eleven killed as avalanches strike parts of Kashmir Valley

Eleven killed as avalanches strike parts of Kashmir Valley

At least 11 people have died in snow avalanches across Jammu and Kashmir in the last 24-hours, including seven in a massive one that buried a police post near Jawahar Tunnel in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, officials said on Friday....
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Scores injured in pellet firing during CASO in Kulgam, 3 Power transformers set ablaze by forces

Scores injured in pellet firing during CASO in Kulgam, 3 Power transformers set ablaze by forces

Eight people suffered pellet injuries and forces allegedly set ablaze two electricity transformers after local residents resisted a cordon-and-search-operation (CASO) at Tarigam, Kulgam, on Monday. Police, Army and Central Reserve Police Force jointly launched...
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Why Kashmiris are sharing photos of ‘Pheran’ traditional dress?

Why Kashmiris are sharing photos of ‘Pheran’ traditional dress?

Officials in Indian-administered Kashmir have reversed an education department ban on employees wearing traditional dress to work, following an outcry on social media. “All officials visiting the office are advised to visit in proper dress code during an...
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‘Chillai Kalan’ 40 day harsh winter  begins in Kashmir

‘Chillai Kalan’ 40 day harsh winter begins in Kashmir

Amid biting cold, the 40-day-long period of harsh winter ‘Chillai Kalan’ began in the Valley. The ‘Chillai Kalan’ sets each year on December 21 and ends on January 30. The ‘Chillai Kalan’ is the harshest period of winter in the...
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‘Kill Us All’ Joint Resistance Leadership’s march to army HQs foiled

‘Kill Us All’ Joint Resistance Leadership’s march to army HQs foiled

Kashmir Observes Shutdown On 3rd Running Day Against Seven Civilian killings In Pulwama; Geelani’s House Sealed Of, Mirwaiz, Malik Detained; Internet Remains Shut Authorities imposed curbs to thwart a protest march called by joint resistance leadership to Ba...
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Army asks people not to march towards its HQ on Separatists Call

Army asks people not to march towards its HQ on Separatists Call

The army on Sunday asked people not to march towards its Srinagar headquarters on Monday on the call of separatists as the Kashmir Valley witnessed complete shutdown on Sunday to protest the killing of seven civilians at Sirnoo village in Pulwama...
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Kashmir Valley experiences Arctic conditions, Drass coldest at -19.7°C

Kashmir Valley experiences Arctic conditions, Drass coldest at -19.7°C

Most places in the Kashmir division experienced season’s coldest night on Friday, even as the mercury continued its downward spiral in the Valley and the Ladakh region, MET officials said. The minimum temperature across Kashmir, barring Pahalgam, dropped due...
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