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Presidential Election 2017: Ram Nath Kovind to meet Mehbooba Mufti and seek support on 28 June

Presidential Election 2017: Ram Nath Kovind to visit Kashmir o...

NDA presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind will visit Srinagar on 28 June as part of his campaign for the 17 July President's election, informed sources said on Monday. The post Presidential Election 2017: Ram Nath Kovind to visit Kashmir on Wednesday, with ... First, 14 hours ago

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Amid Eid Celebrations Clashes Erupts In Srinagar, 10 People Reported Injured

As per the media reports several areas in Jammu and Kashmir, including capital city Srinagar, witnessed violence on the morning of Eid today, in which The News Amid Eid Celebrations Clashes Erupts In Srinagar, 10 People Reported Injured appeared first on ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online10 hours ago Clashes in Srinagar on Eid, tear gas disperse protesters  MSN India16 hours ago Clashes erupt in Srinagar on Eid, police use tear gas on protesters  Rediff.com17 hours ago Kashmir unrest: Security forces fire pellets as clashes erupt in Srinagar Valley on Eid ul-Fitr  First Post.com17 hours ago

DPS Srinagar siege ends, 2 terrorists gunned down

A 24-hour-long encounter in the Delhi Public School (DPS), Srinagar, ended on Sunday evening after the security forces killed both the holed-up terrorists who had taken shelter inside the school premises. The terrrorists had attacked the CRPF's road-opening ...
 DNA22 hours ago DPS Srinagar encounter ends, both terrrorists killed  DNA1 day ago

EXCLUSIVE: Video confirms JuD planned terror attack on CRPF convoy in Srinagar

In an exclusive video accessed by India Today, Hafiz Saeed's brother-in-law, Abdul Rehman Makki, the man handling JuD's activities in the absence of 26/11 mastermind, is seen praising the terrorists who attacked CRPF convoy in Srinagar on Saturday (June 25).
 India Today17 hours ago

Insurgency bids shifting from south Kashmir to Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir capital home to more than 12 terrorists

In a strategic shift, militants are now turning their attention to a relatively-quieter Srinagar. Srinagar has largely remained militancy free till now as renewed face of insurgency remained confined to south Kashmir. The post Insurgency bids shifting from ...
 First Post.com18 hours ago

'Act of God' blamed for cable car accident that killed seven

Srinagar: The management of the company that operates the Gondola cable car service in Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday blamed "an act of God" for the Sunday tragedy which killed seven people including four members of a Delhi family. Riyaz Ahmad, ...
 Mathrubhumi10 hours ago Seven killed in Gulmarg cable car accident  Sify1 day ago Delhi family among 7 killed in Gulmarg Gandola mishap; CM orders probe  State Times1 day ago Govt to support family of martyred cop Dar  State Times1 week ago
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Javed Aktar, Paresh Rawal condemn lynching in Srinagar

Veteran film celebrities Javed Akhtar and Paresh Rawal have condemned the lynching of a police officer in Srinagar and another incident in Haryana, asking people to think "where are we going". "Lynching of an officer in Kashmir and four innocent Muslims in ...
 India Glitz7 hours ago Javed Akhtar, Paresh Rawal react to lynching cases  Prokerala2 days ago

Two militants killed as 14-hour long Srinagar encounter ends

Two militants were killed and two soldiers injured in a 14-hour long encounter that erupted on Saturday evening with an attack on a CRPF patrol on the outskirts of Srinagar. On Saturday a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officer was killed and two other ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago DPS Srinagar encounter: Two suspected militants killed, three commandos injured on second day  First Post.com1 day ago 2 militants killed, three soldiers injured in DPS Srinagar encounter  Deccan Herald1 day ago Three soldiers injured in gunfight to eliminate militants holed up inside Srinagar school  Sify1 day ago

Kashmir: 2 terrorists killed in DPS Srinagar encounter after 14-hour gun battle

The security forces today killed the two militants hiding in DPS Srinagar campus after a 14-hour long gun battle. | Edited by Ashna Kumar Srinagar, June 25, 2017 | UPDATED 21:39 IST A +A - Highlights 1 LeT militants ...
 India Today1 day ago Srinagar encounter ends; 2 militants killed,2 Army men injured  DNA1 day ago Three army personnel injured in gunfight with militants in DPS Srinagar, LeT claims responsibility for attack  First Post.com1 day ago Three soldiers injured in Kashmir gunfight  Prokerala1 day ago

Srinagar encounter ends after 14-hour standoff; 2 militants killed, 2 Army men injured

opening party of the CRPF was attacked in high security zone located less than a kilometre away from the headquarter of the Srinagar-based Army Corps. Srinagar: Security forces today gunned down two militants holed up inside a school on the outskirts of ...
 Zee News1 day ago CRPF officer killed, another injured in Srinagar terror attack  DNA1 day ago Militants attack CRPF patrol vehicle in Srinagar, one personnel dead, two wounded  First Post.com2 days ago Srinagar: 1 CRPF soldier martyred in Lashkar terror attack, combing ops on  India Today2 days ago
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