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PC workers vow to fulfill Lone’s vision
Bilal Lone holds crucial party meet
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Dec 5: J&K Peoples Conference (PC) faction led by Bilal Gani Lone today held a crucial party meeting here at Sanat Nagar. The meeting took place under the chairmanship of Bilal Gani Lone, where threadbare discussion was held on the prevailing situation in Kashmir and sub-continent. The members during the meeting also discussed that the party needed to be strengthened at the grass root level. During the meeting, an organising committee was constituted under Ghulam Nabi Najar to further strengthen the party on the ground. It was also observed during the meeting that the situation in the region is sensitive and serious. “The prevailing situation in Kashmir has once again made it clear that the people of J&K have been showing discipline and perseverance in continuing with their fr...
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Killing of ex-Sarpanch
Cong rejects probe by Police deptt
Reiterates demand for probe by sitting HC Judge
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Dec 5: Reacting to the probe ordered into the killing of ex-Sarpanch and Fisheries department Employee Assaddulah Kumar as stated by DGP, Congress today rejected the probe saying that the probe by police department itself would not serve any purpose. Congress also reiterated its demand of time bound probe by sitting high court judge in order to ascertain the reality behind these killings, as the party believed that the probe by a Sitting High Court judge could only satisfy the people of Dooru or Devsar. Commenting on the probe as reported Congress Legislators MLC G N Monga, MLA Mohammed Amin Bhat, MLA Gulzar Ahmad Wani while rejecting it said that the probe by the police would not and could not satisfy the people of Dooru and Devesar where these innocent killings had taken plac...
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Assault on legislator
Tarigami asks Speaker to initiate proceedings against erring cops
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Dec 5:: While condemning the alleged police assault on incumbent legislator Engineer Rashid in South Kashmir, senior CPI(M) leader Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami Monday urged the Speaker Legislative Assembly Kavinder Gupta to take strong note of the incident and initiate proceedings against the erring policemen for such a shameful act. “Not speaking of common men, a legislator has become the victim of the police brutality. There are some elements in the police department that are hell-bent to bring disrepute to the whole police institution. Such elements need to be identified and punished under law,” Tarigami said in a statement. “We may have political difference but this is not the way to treat a legislator like this. This thrashing incident depicts the police hooliganism and is a...
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Soz welcomes Sinha led delegation’s next visit to Kashmir
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Dec 5: Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader Prof Saifuddin Soz on Monday said some sections in Kashmir society were apprehensive that certain elements in Delhi’s power elite were seriously thinking to institute a political formation as a Third Front to play a political game that would be conducive to its (Centre’s) policy. In a statement issued, Soz said, “I have some knowledge and assessment that the Union of India committed many mistakes in the past in its assessment of genuine aspirations of the people of Kashmir. The Masters have rightly said that those people who are not prepared to learn from their mistakes continue to repeat them.” He said that he had a feeling that the efforts of certain short-sighted elements in Delhi’s political class would not succeed to...
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Srinagar-Leh highway reopens: Night temperatures plummet across J&K
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Dec 2: Night temperatures in parts of Jammu and Kashmir remained below the freezing point on Friday, even in the Jammu region the temperature hovered around ten degrees above the freezing point. Weather office has forecast cold, dry weather in the state during the next 24 hours. “The coldest town in the state was Leh in Ladakh region which recorded season's coldest night so far at minus 9.1 degrees, Kargil town recorded minus 5.6," an official at the MET department said. The official further said: "Srinagar recorded minus 2.0 and the Jammu city recorded 10.0 degrees as the night's lowest temperature, similarly, the minimum temperature was minus 4.6 degrees in Pahalgam hill station. "Among other places Gulmarg recorded minus 2.4 while Katra, Bannihal and Bhaderwah in Jammu re...
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Hundreds of pellet victims still receiving treatment
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, Dec 2: Hundreds of pellet victims are still receiving treatment, as scores yet fear uncertainty in getting their eye sight back. Several hundred victims, which according to the hospital authorities, fall under the age group of 5 to 25, are still receiving treatment at the hospitals or recovering at their respective places. Whereas in the aftermath of the killing of HM commander Burhan Wani in south Kashmir on July 8, Kashmir valley erupted with agitation and protest which left several thousand persons,particularly youth across valley, injured in pellet firing by the security forces. During past more than four months of unrest and violence over 10,000 were inflicted pellet injuries in eyes while scores of youth and minors received serious pellet injuries in vital organs. "Sin...
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World Disability Day
Visually impaired Khan is now Assistant Professor
SYED BASHARAT
SRINAGAR, Dec 2: Tariq Bashir Khan isn’t an average teaching expert. Far from it, since Khan was born with congenital visual impairment. However, that didn't stop the 39-year-old from learning to make strenuous efforts against all odds in his life. At the age of six, Khan, son of Bashir Ahmad Khan, a headmaster got admission in government middle school Andoora Shangus in district Anantnag over 70 kilometres from Srinagar. “Those were the days of disappointment for me and my parents were worried about my ‘dark’ future,” recalls Khan. Passing matriculation with excellent grades in 1993 gave him a moral boost to pursue further studies. However, in absence of brail facility, he had to quit his schooling for around eight years. It was only after hearing a radio programme he resolved to go ...
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23 attack bids foiled along LoC in Kashmir this year: BSF
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Nov 30: BSF today said it has foiled 23 attacks, including two BAT actions by Pakistan, along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley this year and is alert to deal with any untoward incident. “BSF has foiled and faced 23 attacks of militants and Pakistan regulars on its posts and personnel along LoC in Kashmir during this year. The guys (BSF jawans) have done well, they have been doing their jobs with utmost dedication. “They (BSF jawans) have foiled many infiltration bids on the LoC and also foiled two BAT (Border Action Team of Pakistan) attempts and in one of the actions, three of our guys have been killed, but they foiled the action and killed one militant and recovered weapons,” Vikas Chandra, Inspector General, BSF Kashmir Frontier, told reporters here. The frontie...
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Bukhari distressed over prolonged power outages
CM urged to discuss power deficiency with union govt
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Nov 30: Taking a strong exception to the massive curtailment in electricity distribution in Kashmir, former minister and MLA Amirakadal Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today said the prolonged and unscheduled power cuts added to the miseries of people amid freezing temperatures in Kashmir. In a statement issued here, Bukhari said the government must review prevailing power curtailment policy in both metered and non-metered areas in order to ensure supply of power as per the schedule. “Present curtailment schedule that extends at-least upto six to eight hours per-day, apart from unscheduled power cuts has agonized the public life in Kashmir,” he said. The MLA Amirakadal observed that the long intolerable curtailment in metered and non metered areas went against the government’s po...
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