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Anantnag- Pulwama go to polls today
Tight security arrangements made for smooth conduct of polls
SRINAGAR, Apr 23: Unprecedented security arrangements have been made in and around the 1049 polling booths of Anantnag parliamentary constituency which is going to polls tomorrow. More than 150 companies of police and security forces have already taken position across the constituency to instill sense of security among the nearly 12 lakh voters and to thwart any militant attempts to disrupt the polls. Authorities have declared almost all of th...
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12 CRPF men, several youths injured in stone pelting
Pulwama, Shopian, Tral, Baramulla shut down
SRINAGAR, Apr 23: At least half a dozen CRPF and number of youths got injured during the clashes erupted at Pulwama in South Kashmir and Baramulla in north Kashmir between the protesters and security forces.South Kashmir’s Tral and Shopian townships observed complete shutdown against fresh arrests. Reports said that at least 12 CRPF personnel got injured and number of their vehicles got damaged at Pulwama town. The agitated youths pelted stones...
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Azad cancels his election rally
SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Following the shootout that claimed lives of three people including a Sarpanch and his son, Union Health Minister and senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Tuesday cancelled his election rally that was scheduled to be taken out in Tral in Pulwama district. “Azad sahib cancelled the election rally due to the three killings at Tral yesterday evening, Surinder Singh Channi, a Congress leader said. Channi however, clarified t...
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DGP sees Hizb role in Tral killings
Srinagar, Apr 22: Police is taking necessary measures to ensure the security of the Panches and Sarpanches across valley in view of the recent killings in Tral, Director General of Police (DGP) Ashok Prasad said. Talking to a local news agency, KNS, he said that the police is investigating the killing of Sarpanches in South Kashmir and the probe is going on in full swing. Prasad said that a massive manhunt has been launched in the area to nab ...
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Militants targeting innocents to stop people from voting: Omar
SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Chief minister Omar Abdullah today said that militants are targeting innocent civilians since they know their election boycott call is not going to get any response. He was talking to media persons after addressing public meetings at several places. “The militant attacks are highly condemnable. The militants have no justification forcing their calls for boycott through violence. Let them not use their guns and allow the peopl...
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BJP hits back at Omar
‘Concentrate on good governance in your state’
NEW DELHI, Apr 22( Agencies) :BJP on Tuesday hit back at Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for his dig at the party, saying he should concentrate on providing good governance in his state where even elected representatives are not “safe”. Omar had sarcastically said on Monday that he would not stop opposing BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi even if it meant going to Pakistan, in a reference to Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh’s contr...
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NC minister’s cavalcade again attacked in Hajin
Blames Ikhwanis, opposition
SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Three persons sustained injuries after youth attacked the cavalcade of National Conference leader Mohammad Akbar Lone in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Reports reaching GNS said that Lone, who is state’s higher education minister, was scheduled to address party workers in Sadunara, which is seven kilometers from Hajin town in the northern district. Reports said as Lone’s cavalcade reached Hajan town, scores of youth atta...
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PDP leveling baseless allegations: Farooq
SRINAGAR, Apr 22: National Conference (NC) president Dr Farooq Abdullah today said that PDP has almost accepted defeat in Lok Sabha polls and is now trying to divert attention by leveling baseless allegations against NC. He was talking to media persons after addressing public meetings at various places. “They know they have lost. Now they accuse us for fomenting trouble and encouraging violence. These are baseless allegations,” he said. Dr Ab...
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K could have been resolved at Agra summit: Farooq
SRINAGAR, Apr 23: National Conference president, Dr. Farooq Abdullah said his party is the biggest votary of friendly relations between India and Pakistan and for the resolution of the political issue in J&K. Speaking at various places in Ganderbal, Dr Abdullah said that during the Agra Summit, New Delhi and Islamabad had come very close to mutually resolving the Kashmir issue but hardliner elements in the BJP sabotaged the summit at the crucia...
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JKLF PIL on 2010 killings
Consider remaining 15 cases for compensation: HC
SRINAGAR, Apr 23: The High Court today asked the state government to consider the remaining 15 cases out of 117 killings of 2010 for compensation. In its order, a division bench of the High Court, comprising of Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir and Justice Hasnain Masoodi has asked the state government to consider the remaining 15 cases wherein the monetary relief has not been paid so far. The order came in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) on 201...
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SHRC orders time bound probe in 90’s Hawal massacre
Next hearing for the case on May 1
SRINAGAR, Apr 23: The State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) today ordered a time bound probe into the massacre that killed more than 70 people at Hawal on May, 21, 1990. According to the reports a petition was in the past submitted before the commission that asked for the investigation into the matter, compensation to the victims. Reports informed that the petition was submitted on March 23 last by a human rights group. The case was listed befo...
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UPA has to pay price for things not done: Farooq
SRINAGAR, April 23: Union Minister and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah Wednesday said the UPA will have to pay the price for things it should have done but did not do. "It is over now. What we should have done, we didn't do. We will pay the price for it. No use digging graves now," Abdullah told a New Delhi-based TV news channel in Srinagar. "Price rise was one of the biggest issues and that is what hit the Delhi govern...
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Advocate’s detention controversy
Police ready for independent inquirý: SSP Jammu
BAJ continues indefinite strike
JAMMU, Apr 23: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu Atul Goel Wednesday stated that the police was ready to face any independent inquiry in case of charges of atrocities levelled by an advocate against the police. However he ruled out the suspension of any officer in this case. SSP Jammu was reacting to media queries pertaining to demand of Bar Association Jammu (BAJ) demand for suspension of SHO Gandhi Nagar, ASI and one constable poste...
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PAK resident dies of cardiac arrest in Mendhar
Body deported after Nimaz-e-Jenaza
MENDHAR, Apr 23: A nonagenarian from Pakistan Administered Kashmir (PAK), who had arrived through Chakkan Da Bagh to meet his relatives in Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district on April 21, 2014, died of cardiac arrest Wednesday morning. According to family sources, 90-year old Mohammed Shakroo, son of Faqira, a resident of Chak Sawari of district Mirpur in PAK, along with his 32-year old son Mohammed Sajjad had come via Chakkan Da Bagh through cro...
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Cartoon Corner
Govt objects to Pashmina ring test ad by a Cellular Company
JAMMU, Apr 21: The Jammu and Kashmir Government has taken up with the Government of India the issue of depiction of Pashmina Shawl and its passing through a finger ring in a television ad by a prominent Cellular Company and demanded its stoppage. Financial Commissioner, Industries and Commerce Department, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai in his communication to Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, today, has requested that the matter may be t...
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Pathetic condition of Railway Tunnel sparks protest in Pattan
PATTAN, Apr 21: Rail service was suspended in North Kashmir after hundreds of people staged protest against the Rail Department for failing to repair the main railway tunnel leading to Pattan and other hamlets. Reports said that hundreds of farmers and locals Monday blocked the train at Pattan Railway Station due to which the department suspended rail service for hours together. Amid anti-railway department slogans, the protestors said that th...
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Why these double standards?
Congress leader Amarinder Singh has distanced himself from the ‘clean chit to Tytler’ remarks, he is purported to have said. Calling it a distortion he has clarified that he has not given any clean chit to his party colleague accused of 1984 riots but reiterated his old stand that “he didn’t hear any riot victims, who named other Congress leaders, accusing Tytler of the violence.” If that is true, the purpose and context of making such remarks a...
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Cat out of the bag
By Badri Raina
Finally, the cat is out of the bag. That has been now said in so many words which the weltanshauung of the rightwing Hindutva election campaign has been remorselessly leading upto, namely that those who are inimical to a likely Narendra Modi-led government are anti-national, and "have no place in India and should go to Pakistan." Thus, what has been a consistently insinuated sub-text of the Modi campaign has found articulation as actually the...
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Six questions for Narendra Modi
By Shamsul Islam
Narendra Modi, BJP's nominee for prime-ministership dreams of ruling Indian polity which is constitutionally based on the principles of democracy, secularism, federalism, socialism and justice. However, there is going to be a serious conflict of interests between above mentioned fundamental principles of the Indian polity and Modi's world-view which is controlled and dictated by the RSS, the most prominent protagonist of the politics of Hindutva...
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Chenab valley’s killer roads
Dear Editor, It was extremely painful to hear one more accident near Dharabshala on NH1B Batote-Kishtwar road killing 7 people on spot and injuring many others. It has been seen that the fatal accidents are regularly happening on these roads; with the result many precious lives are lost. Huge amount of money was spent on widening and maintaining these roads. Since Doolhasti power project came into existence, similarly Doda-Bhaderwah road was a...
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Rahul visits poor homes like tourists visit Taj: Modi
HARDOI, Apr 21 (Agencies): Launching a hard-hitting attack on SP, BSP and Congress, Narendra Modi said today that the "power game by the clan of three parties" is responsible for the poor plight of Uttar Pradesh and the nation. He stepped up his attack as he ridiculed Rahul Gandhi for visiting homes of the poor like tourists who visit Taj Mahal. Playing up his tea-vendor image, BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate also sought to contrast it with t...
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Sherpas demand Rs 1 mn for victims
KATHMANDU, Apr 21 (Agencies): Nepalese Sherpa guides, who play a key role in mountain expeditions, today warned of an agitation if their demand of Rs 1 million in compensation for their 13 colleagues killed in the deadliest accident on Mount Everest last week is not met. The climbers and mountain guides, during a meeting held at the Everest Base Camp at 5,300 metre altitude, decided to ask the government to provide Nepali Rs 1 million compensat...
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DG Sports inaugurates playfield at Miran Sahib
JAMMU, Apr 21: To give flip to the sports activity in the State the Director General Youth Services and Sports Navin Agarwal formally inaugurated today the playfield of Govt. High School Keerpind in Miran Sahib The playfield was developed by the department of Youth Services and Sport out of District Plan in the year 2013-14. While addressing the local people and the student players the Director General said to exploit the talent at optimum ...
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China new hub for Pak operators to smuggle FICN
NEW DELHI, Apr 21 (Agencies): In a worrying trend, central intelligence agencies have found that China has emerged as a new transit hub for Pakistan-based operators to circulate fake Indian currency which was also being routed in 'diplomatic bags' to Pakistan High Commission in Colombo and via two leading courier services. "Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) are being routed to Pakistan High Commission in Colombo through diplomatic bag. FICN are...
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