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Alternatives to pellet guns in few days: Rajnath
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Alternatives to pellet guns in few days: Rajnath

During a joint press conference with the Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, the home minister also said that there is no future for India without Kashmir.   As the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir continued for the 48th day, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said an alternative to pellet guns will be proposed within a few days in the wake of widespread criticism of the crowd-control device that has left thousands of people in the Valley blinded. Declaring there is no ... Rediff.com, 9 hours ago
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Rajnath reviews security situation in Kashmir, says open for talks

As part of Centre's outreach, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday visited Kashmir for the second time in a month and held talks with political leaders during which he was told the Centre should initiate a dialogue with all stakeholders to find a lasting solution to problems faced by Jammu and Kashmir. IMAGE: Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and discussed the use of pellet shot guns by the CRPF on protesting crowds. Photograph: PIB India Singh, who ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Rajnath, Mehbooba ask Pakistan not to encourage Kashmiri youth to ...  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Rajnath accuses Pakistan for Kashmir protests, destabilizing India  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Army Chief to visit Kashmir to review situation  Greater Kashmir1 month ago
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Jaitley appeals to Kashmiri youth to shun violence

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday  appealed to youth in turbulent Kashmir to shun violence and at the same time said security forces will have to act in self-defence if they are attacked. Stating that a political solution to the problem in Jammu and Kashmir will have to be fond soon within the Constitutional parameters, Jaitley said security forces need not use force if the protests are peaceful. "But if they bring weapons, explosives (and) attack security forces... come in thousands ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Kashmir unrest: Arun Jaitley appeals to youth in Valley to shun violence, blames Pakistan for instigating them  Firstpost.com3 days ago
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Forces showed utmost restraint despite grave provocation in Kashmir: Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday commended the armed forces for showing utmost restraint in tackling terrorists in KashmirValley despite “grave provocation” and stressed on the need to maintain vigil on borders as well as keeping assets in readiness. In a customary address to the armed forces, the defence minister lauded them for the “strong and daring” response to the terrorists attack on the Pathankot air base and for effectively repulsing ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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34 days on, Kashmir remains caught between curfew and restrictions

Curfew in some parts and restrictions on the assembly of people continued for the 34th day on Thursday in KashmirValley where normal life remained disrupted. Curfew continued to remain in force in parts of the summer capital Srinagar and Anantnag town, a police official said here. “Curfew is in force in five police stations in downtown (interior) area of Srinagar city and Anantnag town in south Kashmir,” the official said. He said curfew was also clamped in the town of Pampore on ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Modi's Hindutva and Social Turmoil in Kashmir

THE death of Burhan Wani in an encounter with the security forces in Kashmir has impacted an important section of the inhabitants of the valley who have come out on the streets and are fighting against the army and paramilitary forces because the ...
 Peoples Democracy.in3 weeks ago
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Let the army do its job, please

The military leadership, soldiers and indeed all security forces continue to battle difficult circumstances in Kashmir. Let’s not add to their woes by spreading half-baked stories, factually incorrect posts and inaccurate articles, says Nitin A Gokhale.   Last week, Captain Amarinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala, soldier and now politician, wrote a heartfelt piece batting for the Indian soldier deployed in Kashmir (external link) and berated the political as well as military ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modi's Kashmir policy is continuation of Vajpayee's, Rajnath Singh tells Firstpost

At 17, Akbar Road, the official residence of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, there is hardly any indication of all the adverse national security and constitutional issues with which he is currently grappling. A handful of visitors - possibly ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Centre rushes 2,000 additional CRPF troops to Kashmir

About two thousand additional CRPF personnel are being rushed to violence-hit KashmirValley, to further enhance the security arrangements, where the outbreak of violence following the dead of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani has left 39 persons dead and over ...
 Money Control1 month ago

Kashmir violence: PM Modi chairs high-level meeting, while Rajnath Singh postpones US trip

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who returned to India on Tuesday after his Africa tour,chaired a high-level meeting on the situation in the KashmirValley, which has been rocked by violent protests in the wakeof the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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