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'Energy, extremism creating hurdles in national development': ...

January 28, 2015 Federal Minister for Commerce Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan has said that energy and extremism are the biggest problems of Pakistan and creating hurdle in national development. He said that electricity crisis will be resolved ... Business Recorder, 2 days ago

­Electricity crisis to be resolved till 2017: Dastgir

RAWALPINDI - The persisting energy crisis and menace of extremism are the biggest problems in Pakistan that also creating hurdles in the way of national development. "The ongoing electricity crisis will be resolved till 2017 and to overcome gas ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
Saudi Gazette

Abdul Wahab, Abdul Qadir hit tons

Left: Abdul Qadir; Right: Abdul Wahab Rustam Ali RIYADH — KFSH Blues and Pak Shaheen scored convincing wins their Round 2 matches of the RCA MoneyGram Cricket Ke Badshah here. In 40-over Al-Kharaj League, KFSH Blues humbled Amir Holidays ...
 Saudi Gazette2 days ago

25 years on: Valley recalls memory of brutal massacre in Gawkadal

SRINAGAR, Jan 21: Today marks the 25th year of the Gawkadal massacre in which at least 50 civilians were killed in indiscriminate firing by Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). The massacre which has been described as the worst ever massacre in ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago

TADA courts asks CBI to produce records

SRINAGAR, Jan 5: A TADA court has asked Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) to produce the entire investigation records in 1993-Sopore massacre case on January 20. On January 6, 1993 the massacre had led to the killing of more than 50 civilians ...
 Kashmir Times3 weeks ago

Denial Of Information

Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society on 24th November 2014 through Right to Information asked the Ministry of Home Affairs of the government of India and the Jammu and Kashmir Police Department to share the information and relevant documents ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago

Thousands of Dead Remain Unidentified in Kashmir, India

SRINAGAR, Kashmir In Kashmir, India, thousands of graves are still unmarked even after more than two decades of brutal conflict, a situation the government refuses to investigate despite numerous petitions from human rights organizations. In 1989, ...
 Latin American Herald Tribune1 month ago
Outlook India

A Flood Of Feelings

To be or not to be.... — Hamlet *** Mapping A State 1.25 cr Population 72.25 l Voters 68% Literacy3 87 Assembly strength 889 Sex ratio 10,015 Polling stations 72.62% Rural population 22,000 sq km area 708.74 bn Net ...
 Outlook India2 months ago
Eurasia Review

Machil Verdict And Eluding Justice Analysis

By IPCS By Shujaat Bukhari When an Army court martial handed over life imprisonment to five of its men including a Colonel for staging a fake encounter to kill three Kashmiri youth in 2010, it evoked a mixed response. Families of the three ...
 Eurasia Review2 months ago The fake encounters of Kashmir  The Friday Times2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Machil encounter verdict: Was it timed to perfection for the J&K polls?

The military court's verdict in the Machil fake encounter is a landmark judgment in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. For the first time since the early 1990s, when armed insurgency broke out in the region, the Indian Army has indicted its own men ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago
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