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PhD scholar lost 16 yrs in jail; UP govt shd compensate: Court

The Uttar Pradesh government has been directed by a Barabanki court to compensate former AMU scholar Gulzar Ahmed Wani, who was acquitted of terror charges after 16 years of incarceration in the 2000 Sabarmati Express blast case. The court directed the Yogi ... Business Standard, 3 days ago

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Sabarmati Express blast: After 16 years of imprisonment, Court acquits ex-AMU scholar

Uttar Pradesh Sessions Court today freed 43-year-old Gulzar Ahmed Wani (former Aligarh Muslim University scholar), a suspected Hizbul Mujahideen operative, and co-accused Mobin in the case due to lack of evidence. PTI | Posted by Shraddha Jandial Follow ...
 India Today6 days ago 2000 Sabarmati Express blast: Court acquits ex-AMU scholar Gulzar Ahmed Wani  DNA6 days ago 2000 Sabarmati Express blast case: Court acquits ex-AMU scholar  Rediff.com6 days ago Court acquits ex-AMU scholar in Sabarmati Express blast case  Business Standard6 days ago
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BSF exam topper writes to Maneka Gandhi seeking help for sister, says officers like me under militant attack threat

Assistant Commandant Nabeel Ahmed Wani, who topped the BSF's (Border Security Force) entrance exam in Jammu and Kashmir, sought the minister's help in accommodating his sister at her college hostel in Chandigarh.
 India Today1 week ago JK youth who topped BSF exam alleges militant threatening him  DNA1 week ago BSF commandant writes to Maneka Gandhi over terror threat to sister  catchnews.com1 week ago Kashmiri BSF topper alleges terrorist threatening him, sister  Rediff.com1 week ago

'Burhan Wani or Lt Ummer Fayaz? Kashmiris have to decide'

'100 Fayazs will bring a change in Kashmir, that's why they don't want a Fayaz,' soldiers who have served in Kashmir tell's Archana Masih. Like every other soldier who has requested for leave to attend a family wedding, Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz, just 22, had taken leave to attend a cousin's wedding. He must have put away his uniform in his cupboard for those few days and put on a pair of jeans and t-shirts maybe to make the journey home. He may have bought some gifts; or a box of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Lt. Umar Fayaz's death may be a turning point in Kashmir  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Cracks surface in Hizbul, Zakir Musa calls it quits to lead fight for Shari'a

Zakir, who stepped into the shoes of his mentor Burhan Wani after he was killed in an encounter on July 8 last year, announced disassociation from the Hizbul on Saturday, four years after he joined the outfit quitting engineering in 2013.
 DNA1 week ago Burhan Wani's successor Zakir Musa provokes attacks against J&K police, calls stone-pelters soldiers of Islam  Zee News1 month ago Burhan Wani's successor Musa releases new video, urges Kashmiri youth to attack security forces 'in the name of Islam'  Zee News2 months ago Burhan Wani's successor says democracy is haraam in Islam  Rediff.com2 months ago

Pandits raise security, Kashmir employees' issue with CM

1,700 Pandit employees fled the valley following violent protests after the killing of Burhan Wani
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Two brigades, deployed after Kashmir unrest, move out of state  DNA2 months ago

India's Kashmir Policy: Way Forward

by Ram Puniyani The turmoil in Kashmir, which got intensified after the fake encounter of Burhan Wani (July 2016), does not seem to abet. It has been worsening as reflected in the ongoing violence leading to low turnout of voters in the by-poll (April 2017).
 Mainstream1 week ago Indo-Pak war games: Gruesome and grotesque  Business Standard3 weeks ago Why Kashmiri students are throwing stones  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Burhan Wani's posters, IS, Pakistan's flags appear in Kashmir  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Jammu and Kashmir Police clash with stone-pelters in Srinagar

Stone-pelting incidents have seen a spike ever since Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter with the Indian security forces on 8 July 2016. The post Jammu and Kashmir Police clash with stone-pelters in Srinagar appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Three people killed, several injured during protests in India's Kashmir  Sify1 month ago Jawans injured in Budgam stone-pelting appeal to locals to support forces  Sify1 month ago In Pictures | Security forces vs stone-pelters: Three youths and one militant killed during Budgam encounter in J&K  DNA1 month ago

Kashmir's burning schools: Valley's distress captured in pictures

The burning of Kashmir's schools ​began in 2016, a few months after armed forces ​hunted down and killed Burhan Wani The post Kashmir’s burning schools: Valley’s distress captured in pictures appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago Kashmir unrest: Schools re-open eight months after Burhan Wani killing  First Post.com2 months ago Kashmir schools re-open after eight months  Zee News2 months ago Schools reopen in Kashmir Valley after eight months  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Youths continue to join militant groups; tension multiplies

The spurt in locals joining militancy began after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terror group's poster boy Burhan Wani in an encounter in south Kashmir on July 8 last year.
 DNA1 month ago
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