Kashmir Named Among World Top Destinations

Kashmir Named Among World Top Destinations

A leading luxury travel magazine published by London-based Condé Nast Publications Ltd has included Kashmir among the top 10 destinations to watch in 2013. The magazine’s January 2013 online edition listed Kashmir among the top 10 destinations for 2013, along...
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Cable TV Goes Blank

Cable TV Goes Blank

Cable TV goes blank Cable TV in the Valley would go off air from Monday as deadline set by the Union Ministry of Information to replace cable TV set up with digital set top boxes ended today.  Most subscribers whom...
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Hurriyat (G) dares NC to accept Geelani’s challenge

Hurriyat (G) dares NC to accept Geelani’s challenge

Flaying the statement of a National Conference (NC) legislator that “reason for all troubles was Syed Ali Shah Geelani,” Hurriyat (G) Sunday dared the NC to accept the challenge to know whether people prefer to be with mainstream or separatists....
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Kashmiri Students Thrashed In Bangalore, Two Injured

We have sorted out the matter: Principal Two Kashmiri students were injured after a group of undergraduates allegedly attacked them with rods and iron chairs on Friday in Gousia College of Engineering at Ramanagaram on Bangalore outskirts in Karnataka. However...
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Tear-gassing, Clashes After Friday Prayers

Tear-gassing, Clashes After Friday Prayers

Protest demonstrations were held at several places in Kashmir today in response to a call given by Mutahida Majlis-e-Mushawarat (MMM). At some place police burst smoke shells and resorted to lathi-charge to disperse protesters. Reports said that clashes occurr...
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Kashmir May Erupt Once Again This Summer

Kashmir May Erupt Once Again This Summer

Unrest may revisit Kashmir this summer given the disclosures made by Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Abu Talha, arrested by the police for the fidayeen attack at Bemina’s CRPF camp earlier this month. The slain terrorists, identified as Saif of Dera Ghazi Khan...
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Asia largest Tulip garden in Kashmir opens up for tourists

Asia largest Tulip garden in Kashmir opens up for tourists

Asia’s largest Tulip garden on the banks of Srinagar’s Dal Lake opened on Wednesday for both tourists and local residents. The floriculture department has planted 2.3 million bulbs over an area of 15 hectares with eighty varieties of the flower...
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Downtown Observes Strike, Seeks Removal of Bunkers

Downtown Observes Strike, Seeks Removal of Bunkers

 The shopkeepers of old Srinagar today observed a complete strike demanding removal of CRPF bunkers in the area. The downtown markets of Saraf Kadal, Kawdara, Nawa Kadal, Rajouri Kadal, Mahraj Gunj and other small markets remained closed demanding security bu...
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Strike On Thursday, MMM Issues Fresh Calender

Strike On Thursday, MMM Issues Fresh Calender

Mutahida-Majlis-e-Mashawart, (MMM), a joint platform of various separatist groups, spearheading the ongoing protest programme in Kashmir, has called for a Valley wide general strike on Thursday. MMM has issued a fresh protest calendar today in support of the d...
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Ultras Strike In Sopore, Civilian Killed, Cop Hurt

Ultras Strike In Sopore, Civilian Killed, Cop Hurt

Have inputs about attack in Srinagar: DGP SRINAGAR, Mar 24: Continuing their attacks in Kashmir, militants today struck in the apple rich town of Sopore and carried out an attack on police. A civilian was killed and a cop injured...
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