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PIL on Preservation of Water Bodies
HC asks DCs, CE to file fresh status report
Registry asked to issue warrants against engineers
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRNAGAR, May 29: Directing deputy commissioners of Anantnag and Pulwama besides chief engineer Irrigation and Flood Control to appear in person, the High Court today asked all Deputy Commissioners of Kashmir to file fresh status report on removal of encroachments from the banks of river Jhelum by or before June 10. Meanwhile, the court has asked registry to issue bailable warrants and secure presence of engineers who have allegedly facilitated encroachments and whose list has been furnished by the chief engineer irrigation and flood control. The concerned Senior Superintendents of Police have been directed to get the warrants executed personally in their respective districts of jurisdiction. Not satisfied with the status report filed by deputy commissioner Anantnag on the matter, a divi...
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Gunmen open fire outside bank, constable injured
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SRINAGAR, May 29: Unidentified gunmen fired at and injured a constable outside a bank in Shopian district of Kashmir and decamped with his service rifle, police said. The gunmen opened fire on a police party guarding Jammu and Kashmir Bank at Kachdoora in Shopian, resulting in injuries to constable Sartaj Ahmad, a police official said. The gunmen decamped with the service rifle of the injured cop, who has been rushed to a hospital. Security forces have launched an operation to track down the gunmen, the official said. Suspected militants today opened fire on a telecom outlet in Sopore town of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, injuring three civilians, police said. The militants opened firing at Iqbal Market in Sopore, 52 kms from here, which resulted in injuries to three persons, a p...
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‘Ikhwani’ threatening Sadrakot massacre survivors: JKCCS
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SRINAGAR, May 29: The Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) today alleged that an “Iikhwan commander”, Rashid Billa, is threatening Sadrakot massacre survivors. In a statement a spokesperson of JKCCS said the recent statement of defence minister Manohar Parrikar to create a “counter terrorist group” has emboldened the Ikhwanis, who were absorbed in the mainstream parties, territorial army and Jammu and Kashmir Police. “This statement is an admission on part of the Indian government, which overtly and covertly through Ikhwan, VDCs etc. unleashed a war on the people of Jammu and Kashmir, which resulted in numerous crimes,” he added. The spokesman said, “A case in point is of Sadrakoot Bala (Bandipora) massacre in which seven members of three families were massacred on October ...
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CM releases Rs 91.50-Cr CDF for legislators
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SRINAGAR, May 28: Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today approved release of Rs 91.50 crore under Constituency Development Fund (CDF) for the current financial year in respect of 89 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) and 33 Members of Legislative Council (MLCs). Orders to this effect were issued by the government here today. The amount released, which is 50% of the total entitlement of CDF, will be placed at the disposal of the concerned District Development Commissioners for execution and completion of developmental works, as identified by the MLA / MLC for the year 2015-16....
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Light snowfall in Kargil
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SRINAGAR, May 26: Kargil experienced light snowfall resulting in drop in the minimum temperature. Against 4.7 degrees recorded yesterday, it was 1 degree resulting in cold in Kargil, a Met official said. However, there was improvement in the temperature at Leh where the minimum temperature was 5.8 degrees against 4 degrees yesterday. There were traces of rain during night, he After chill during the past two days due to rain in plains and snow on upper heights, weather turned pleasant today in the Kashmir valley, where a fresh Western Disturbance (WD) is likely to hit on May 29. Sun was playing hide and seek and intensity of the heat was low in the valley after moderate to heavy rain during the night, turning the weather pleasant when heat wave has claimed hundreds of lives in the count...
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Shutdown in some areas of Kulgam
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 26: Shutdown was observed in some areas of Kulgam today in connection with the killing of a militant in an encounter with security forces. Large number of people joined the funeral of killed militant Attaullah Bhat of Chenigam Kulgam. Syed Ali Shah Geelani, chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) addressed the people telephonically....
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Parveena Ahangar bereaved
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SRINAGAR, May 26: Mother of Parveena Ahangar, chairperson Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDA), passed away after brief illness. She was the wife of Ghulam Nabi Ahangar. Large number of people visited the residence of bereaved family at Hafiz Colony Peer Bagh here to offer their condolences. She was laid to rest at Malkhan Graveyard near police station Nowhatta yesterday morning. According to her family sources her “Fateh Khawani” will be held at the Malkhah Graveyard at 2.30 PM on Friday. Meanwhile a number of political, social and human rights organizations have condoled the death of the mother of Parveena Ahangar and expressed sympathies with her....
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JKLF’s campaign disallowed Yasin, others detained near Pulwama
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SRINAGAR, May 25: Chairman JKLF Mohammad Yasin Malik who was scheduled to start his people’s contact campaign- “continuous journey for freedom” -today, was arrested along with other party leaders near Pulwama. A party spokesman said Yasin and others were on their way to Rajpora. Among those arrested along with Yasin Malik include JKLF vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, zonal general secretary sheikh Abdul Rashid, and zonal organizer Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri. They have been lodged at police station Rajpora. The spokesman alleged that prior to these arrests, police and forces had started an oppressive campaign against JKLF cardre in Pulwama. “Yesterday Police arrested JKLF district president Pulwama Javed Ahmad Butt along with a Somo driver, his vehicle and related material for the progra...
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Sallah-ud-Din condemns Parrikar’s statement
SRINAGAR, May 25 (KNS): United Jehad Council (UJC) chairman and Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Sallah-ud-din today said the days are gone when the government could re-create people like Kuka Parray, Naba Azad or Papa Kishtwari again in Kashmir. In an emailed statement issued to KNS, Sallah-ud-din while reacting to the recent remarks of the union defense minister Manohar Parrikar said the government must not live in the fool’s paradise that it can once again unleash terror through their men in Kashmir. “The statement of the Indian defense minister Manohar Parrikar has vindicated the intentions of Modi government about Indian Muslims and about the people of Kashmir,” reads the statement. The UJC spokesman Syed Sadaqat Hussain quoting Sallah-ud-Din said while speaking at a convention, UJC s...
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Class 12th annual examination results declared
Girls dominate merit list yet again
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, May 25: Girls again dominated the merit list in the higher secondary part II (12th class examination) examination in Kashmir. Fifty five percent candidates passed the examination, First positions in all the streams were bagged by girls. The first position was shared by five girls all from Science stream who secured 490 marks with a percentage of 98.0 percent. The first position holders are Bismah Hasan from Iqbal Memorial Institute Girls Wing Higher Secondary School Bemina Srinagar, Husna Ashraf and Madiha Manzoor both the student of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School Sheikh Bagh Srinagar, Misbah Kounain of SRM Welkin Higher Secondary School Sopore and Nimra Gulzar from Iqbal Memorial Institute Girls Wing Momin Abad Aanatnag. Basirah Ashai of Green valley educational Ins...
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Rains spell chilly weather in Kashmir
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 25: It was a relatively chilly, cloudy morning here as the minimum temperature dropped three degrees below what is normal for this time of the season today. Intermittent rain since Saturday has brought down the day temperature. The Met Office has forecast improvement in weather from Monday evening. "Light to moderate rain with thunder showers would occur at a few places in the state during the next 24 hours," it said. "However, there would be decrease in precipitation from Monday evening. Weather will remain generally dry from Tuesday morning for next two to three days," an official at weather office said here. "We are expecting cloudy day ahead and the maximum temperature would hover around 19 degrees Celsius", the official said. The minimum temperature in Srinagar was...
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