Thousands attend funeral prayers of 3 students in Pulwama, Saddam’s mother gives gun salute to son

Thousands attend funeral prayers of 3 students in Pulwama, Saddam’s mother gives gun salute to son

Thousands attended the funeral prayers of three students, who were killed by forces during clashes near encounter site at Badigam Shopian, in three separate villages of Pulwama on Sunday. Large number of people turned up at Rahmoo village in Pulwama...
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Militants target CRPF patrol in Anantnag, passerby killed

Militants target CRPF patrol in Anantnag, passerby killed

A civilian was killed after car-borne militants opened fire at a road opening party of the Central Reserve Police Force here on Thursday. The civilian had been identified as Shakeeb Shabir Shah from Shopian district. A hunt had been launched...
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Kashmir Valley to see more bloodshed in 2018 than previous year: Kuldeep Khoda

Kashmir Valley to see more bloodshed in 2018 than previous year: Kuldeep Khoda

Former Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda said the killing of over 200 terrorist in the Valley would not “restore normalcy” in the state and predicted that the year would see more bloodshed than 2017. Khoda, who...
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Snow, Rain in Kashmir bring back wintry cold

Snow, Rain in Kashmir bring back wintry cold

One of the heaviest spells of rain in the recent months along with snowfall in the higher reaches on Friday brought back wintry cold to the Kashmir valley and inundated roads in the summer capital. The rainfall began late Thursday...
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Internet Ban in Srinagar ahead of ahead cricketer Shahid Afridi’s address

Internet Ban in Srinagar ahead of ahead cricketer Shahid Afridi’s address

The authorities in Srinagar snapped the mobile internet services in the area ahead of Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi’s address. The cricketer is scheduled to address the gathering at Kashmir’s grand mosque. The sources told Mirror that in view of the...
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Naeem Akhtar accuses protesting students of ‘Hurting Image’ of State

Naeem Akhtar accuses protesting students of ‘Hurting Image’ of State

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday said those pelting stones in the name of the eight-year-old victim of Kathua rape and murder case were only hurting the image and interests of the state, as the trial in the case...
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30 Students injured during anti-rape protests, Three hit by pellets face vision loss

30 Students injured during anti-rape protests, Three hit by pellets face vision loss

Students’ protests calling for justice in the rape and murder of an eight-year-old child in January this year were held in several areas of the Valley on Wednesday. Some of these protests morphed into clashes in which at least 30...
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167% Increase in civilian deaths in Kashmir Valley

167% Increase in civilian deaths in Kashmir Valley

The home ministry’s annual report for 2017-18 also showed a 2.44% decline in the number of security personnel deaths over the previous year. Civilian deaths in Jammu and Kashmir rose by a staggering 167% last year compared to 2015, official...
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Peace remains elusive in Kashmir as Valley remains on edge

Peace remains elusive in Kashmir as Valley remains on edge

Kashmir is the biggest internal security challenge that successive state governments and the Centre have had to grapple with. Modi promised to take Vajpayee’s formula of Kashmiriyat, insaniyat and jamhooriyat forward, but peace remains a serious casualty. Ap...
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100 Days and 90 Killings across Kashmir Valley

100 Days and 90 Killings across Kashmir Valley

Like 2017, the year 2018 also appears to be heading for more bloodshed and violence. In 100 days since the beginning of the year, 90 people have been killed in the militancy-related incidents in the Kashmir valley till April 10....
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