South Kashmir’s youth back Musa’s Islamic ‘Struggle’

South Kashmir’s youth back Musa’s Islamic ‘Struggle’

The orchards across south Kashmir are lush green as it is summer season now and a pleasing fragrance makes the rural landscape here distinct from the region’s crowded and polluted urban neighbourhoods. Amidst this picturesque landscape of Shopian district, militants...
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Anantnag bypoll cancelled amid on-going violence in Valley

Anantnag bypoll: The Election Commission wanted 70,000 personnel to be deployed, govt said can send only 30,000. The Election Commission has cancelled the bye-election to Anantnag Lok Sabha seat, scheduled to take place on May 25, news agency PTI has...
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‘Indian democracy murdabad’ slogan raised by NC & Congress members in Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency

National Conference and Congress members were seen raising ‘Indian democracy murdabad’ slogan in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Tuesday. The NC and Congress members, unhappy with the decision to defer the election in the Anantnag pa...
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Ex-Cong Sarpanch killed in Dooru, Dubbed as terrorist by Army

It’s an orchestrated political murder: JKPCC Chief Termed as a “terrorist” by the army, a former Congress Sarpanch was killed in a shootout in Dooru area of Anantnag district late Thursday amidst his month and a half long detention by...
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In Mufti’s Bijbehara change is fast and overwhelming

In Mufti’s Bijbehara change is fast and overwhelming

At the central Jamia Masjid in old town Bijbehara, around 7,000 people offered Friday prayers, a third collective Jummah prayer in a row, following the death of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani. People from all walks of life had...
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Pro-freedom rally in Anantnag; 40 Injured in clashes including 7 women

Pro-freedom rally in Anantnag; 40 Injured in clashes including 7 women

Government forces on Saturday resorted to aerial firing and used teargas shelling to prevent a fro-freedom rally in Chee village of Anantnag district of south Kashmir. 40 civilians, including seven women, were injured in the forces’ action, reports said, add...
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Dozens injured in forces action at Sirigufwara; Pro-freedom demos rock Aishmuqam, Kanelwan

Dozens injured in forces action at Sirigufwara; Pro-freedom demos rock Aishmuqam, Kanelwan

At least 28 protesters were wounded when forces fired teargas shells and pellets to quell the protesters at Sirigufwara village in south’s Kashmir Anantnag district on Thursday, witnesses said. Forces also used force to quell the pro-freedom demonstration at...
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Mob sets ablaze house where Burhan wani was killed

Mob sets ablaze house where Burhan wani was killed

A mob on Thursday set ablaze the house and orchard of Ghulam Mohammed Shaikh, the maternal uncle of one of the Hizbul Mujahideen militants, Sartaj Shaikh, who was killed along with Burhan Wani and another terrorist last Friday. The mob...
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Counting disrupted in Anantnag after bogus vote allegation

Counting disrupted in Anantnag after bogus vote allegation

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was leading by nearly 3,000 votes against her nearest rival as counting in this south Kashmir assembly constituency was briefly disrupted on Saturday after Congress supporters alleged that bogus votes were being counted in the nam...
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Mehbooba Mufti’s fate to be decided as vote count begins in Anantnag

Mehbooba Mufti’s fate to be decided as vote count begins in Anantnag

The counting of votes for byelection to the Anantnag constituency of south Kashmir is scheduled to be held at Government Degree College, Anantnag, on Saturday, three days after the polling on Wednesday. The results would declare the fate of Chief...
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