27th October is Black Day in History of Kashmir

27th October is Black Day in History of Kashmir

Kashmir is  a source of long standing dispute between Pakistan and India, which originated when the people of Jammu and Kashmir state were denied the right of self-determination in 1947. When India and Pakistan became independent on August 1947, it...
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Kashmir to Chenab Valley, Shutdown observed against civilian killings

Kashmir to Chenab Valley, Shutdown observed against civilian killings

Life in Kashmir and parts of Chenab Valley was paralysed Monday due to shutdown called by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) over the killings of civilians in a blast near encounter site in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district. The authorities imposed tough...
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Resistance group urge world bodies to break silence on Kashmir Issue

Resistance group urge world bodies to break silence on Kashmir Issue

Separatists leaders in Kashmir have urged world bodies to break their “silence”—condemning the civilian killings in Kashmir region. In this regard, peaceful protests after congregational Friday prayers were held in Srinagar. Earlier separatist leadership...
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Have raised issues of Kashmiri students in AMU with UP govt: Governor Satya Pal Malik

Have raised issues of Kashmiri students in AMU with UP govt: Governor Satya Pal Malik

Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday said that his administration has taken up the issue of the well-being of Kashmiri students studying in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) with the Uttar Pradesh government. The governor’s assertion came a...
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Kashmir, Banihal shuts over Manan Wani’s killing

Kashmir, Banihal shuts over Manan Wani’s killing

The Kashmir valley observed a shutdown on Friday over the killing of PhD scholar-turned-militant Manan Wani in a gunfight in the frontier district of Kupwara. Fearing law and problem, the authorities also imposed restrictions and curfew in some parts of...
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Kashmir Valley shuts to mourn killing of Manan Wani

Kashmir Valley shuts to mourn killing of Manan Wani

A complete shutdown is being observed in Kashmir valley to mourn the killing of scholar-turned-militant Manan Wani and his aide in a gunfight with the government forces in frontier district of Kupwara yesterday. Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has called for...
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Most polling stations wear deserted look as people unaware who is contesting

Most polling stations wear deserted look as people unaware who is contesting

Most polling stations in Kashmir wore a deserted look on the first day of Urban Local Bodies (ULB) polls on Monday as majority of people in Srinagar and other areas stayed away from voting. The ULB polls are being held...
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45 out of 49 wards in Anantnag, Kulgam didn’t witness any voting

45 out of 49 wards in Anantnag, Kulgam didn’t witness any voting

At least 45 out of 49 wards didn’t witness any voting in the first phase of urban local body elections in twin districts of Kulgam and Anantnag in southern Kashmir on Monday, as contestants were either elected unopposed or there...
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Today’s Kashmir Civic Polls  are shrouded in secrecy

Today’s Kashmir Civic Polls are shrouded in secrecy

‘Delhi couldn’t hold parliament elections in south Kashmir for almost two years and today these parties are taking pride in announcing that they have won uncontested.’ A day before the Valley goes to polls, a front-page ad by the J&K...
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29% Wards with zero candidates in Kashmir

29% Wards with zero candidates in Kashmir

Not a single candidate is contesting polls in nearly 29 percent wards of the urban local bodies in Kashmir. Official data available with Kashmir Post reveals that as many as 178 wards are without any candidate in the municipal bodies...
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