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Army gives Jadoo ki Jhappi to South Kashmir locals to calm down Valley
Indian Express

Indian Army using 'Jadoo Ki Jhappi' formula to bring back norm...

The Indian Army is using Munna Bhai's 'Jadoo Ki Jhappi' (magical hug) formula in Kashmir Valley to win locals' trust. The Army is trying to calm down the situation in South Kashmir, and bring back normalcy in the Valley by giving Munna Bhai's ... Meri News, 13 hours ago

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World Bulletin

India-Pakistan tensions threaten South Asia summit

India has sought to isolate Pakistan in the wake of the raid on its base in the disputed region of Kashmir, which killed 18 soldiers and triggered public fury. World Bulletin / News Desk A key South Asian summit was in doubt Wednesday after ...
 World Bulletin12 hours ago Pakistan firm on hosting Saarc summit  The Gulf Today54 minutes ago Four withdrawals: Saarc summit postponed  Business Recorder1 hour ago SAARC conference in Pakistan postponed  Frontier Post1 hour ago
Pakistan Today

Ongoing uprising claimed 5 Amirs of South Kashmir

3 fell to bullets, pellets consumed 2; barring 1, others were students Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 28 2016 10:50PM | Updated Date: Sep 28 2016 10:50PM File Photo The ongoing uprising has claimed five Amirs, hailing from various tehsils of South ...
 Greater Kashmir5 hours ago Normal life affected in Valley for 82nd day  News Today16 hours ago Curfew clamped in Koimoh town in south Kashmir  Press Trust of India20 hours ago IHK continues to suffer under curfew for 82 days  Pakistan Today17 hours ago

14 guns snatched from J-K cops this month

SRINAGAR: No less than 14 service rifles have been snatched from policemen by Kashmiri militants in just this month in south Kashmir, which is at the heart of the ongoing unrest. Yet another weapon snatching was reported on Wednesday: suspected ...
 New Indian Express3 hours ago Rifle snatched from former MLC's security officer  Chandigarh Tribune5 hours ago Weapon of ex-MLC of CPI's SPO snatched in Kashmir  United News of India13 hours ago Rifle snatched from former Kashmir legislator's home in Shopian  Greater Kashmir19 hours ago

Militants fire at residence of Ex-MLA

Suspected militants fired at the residence of a former legislator of ruling PDP in Pulwama district of south Kashmir this evening, but there was no loss reported in the attack, police said. "Some unknown militants fired upon the residence of ex- ...
 Business Standard8 hours ago KASHMIR-FIRING - Militants fire at residence of Ex-MLA  Namibia Press Agency8 hours ago

Two would-be grooms killed in road accidents in south Kashmir

SRINAGAR:Two Kashmiri youthwho were scheduled to get married next month died in separate road accidents in South Kashmir on Wednesday. The erring drivers, one from Army fled from the spot while police registered cases to nab them. Police sources ...
 Kashmir Observer14 hours ago Two would-be grooms killed in separate road accidents in south Kashmir  Greater Kashmir15 hours ago Road accidents in south Kashmir  Greater Kashmir5 hours ago Two would-be grooms die in road accidents in South Kashmir  Kashmir Observer7 hours ago

Karimabad raid:Five including SPO booked under PSA

Four people from South Kashmir including a policeman were booked under contentious Public Safety Act and shifted to Kathua Jail while four minors were lodged in Juvenile Jail from past 24 days.Police sources told news agency CNS that during ...
 5 Dariya News - English11 hours ago Karimabad raid:5 including SPO booked under PSA  Kashmir Observer7 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan

Indian Army resorting to 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' to 'calm down' South Kashmir

Blending its Operation 'Calm Down' with 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' (magical hug), Army is now foraying into the interiors of South Kashmir, giving a semblance of law and order and building up confidence among the locals to open their establishments ...
 Zee News16 hours ago UN urged to use influence on India to stop genocide in IHK  The Nation Pakistan17 hours ago 'Jadoo ki Jhappi' – this is how Army intends to 'calm down' tension in South Kashmir  Zee News13 hours ago India raising Pak 'internal matter' violation of norms: Maleeha Lodhi  Zee News2 days ago
Indian Express

Day 82: Shutdown in Kashmir; Curfew in Koimoh town in south Kashmir

A police official said the curbs in the town were imposed as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order in the wake of the separatists call for a march to the area. Press Trust of India Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 28 2016 12:10PM | ...
 Greater Kashmir18 hours ago Curfew imposed in Koimoh while restrictions continue in rest of Kashmir  Indian Express20 hours ago

Police recover 27 kg of charas, one arrested in south Kashmir

Srinagar, Sep 27 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir police recovered 27 kg of charas and arrested a peddler in south Kashmir district of Pulwama, official sources said here this evening. He said acting on a specific information, a police party headed by ...
 United News of India1 day ago Two drug peddlers arrested, poppy straw recovered in Kashmir  United News of India1 day ago
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