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2 more PDP leaders quit

GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 18 2016 11:05PM | Updated Date: Sep 18 2016 11:05PM Representational Pic Two leaders of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) tendered their resignation from the party on Sunday. Showkat Hafiz, who contested the ... Greater Kashmir, 1 week ago

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United News of India, 4 months ago
United News of India, 4 months ago

PDP leader Nisar Ahmad Mandoo follows Tariq Karra, resigns from party

Senior leader Nisar Ahmad Mandoo announced his resignation from the party's basic membership saying the party has deviated from its principles and promise of political honor and security to the people. After Tariq Hameed Karra, senior PDP leader ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Non-lethal weapons used in Kashmir are proving to be lethal

11:37PM | Updated Date: Sep 16 2016 11:37PM File Photo Who says pellet guns and teargas shells—the weapons mostly used by forces to break up protests in Kashmir—are non-lethal or less lethal? The official theory that these are non-lethal ...
 Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago

These Kashmiri teachers won't let students suffer

With no signs of improvement in the situation in Kashmir, community schools are the only hope for students, reports Athar Parvaiz. IMAGE: A volunteer teaches students at a community school in Zainakote, Srinagar. This school has been functional for the past month thanks to the efforts of local youth. Photograph: Athar Parvaiz If 10-year-old Adeeba of Kumar Mohalla in Zainakote-Srinagar had not found some new friends in the newly set up community school in her locality, it would have been ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Over 300 injured in clashes amid curfew, shutdown

Fayaz Bukhari SRINAGAR, Sept 2: Curfew and shutdown paralysed life in Kashmir today in which over 300 protesters and police men were injured in clashes that broke out across Valley. Authorities today imposed curfew in parts of Srinagar and other ...
 Daily Excelsior.com4 weeks ago

Massive Protest, Clashes rock Shalteng

Srinagar: - Intense clashes and protests were reported from theShalteng area of Srinagar on Friday. According to Sources, thousands of People occupied Shalteng Chowk after theFriday prayers and tried to march towards Lalchowk but police and CRPF ...
 Kashmir Observer4 weeks ago

11 killed by tear gas shells since 2008; Most victims teenagers

12:15AM | Updated Date: Aug 25 2016 12:15AM File Photo In what could raise serious questions on handling of the crowd control weapons by police and central paramilitary forces in Kashmir, 11 civilians - mostly teenagers - have been killed by ...
 Greater Kashmir1 month ago

Ansari calls for expediting work on Indoor Sports Halls

Excelsior Sports Correspondent SRINAGAR, Aug 17: Minis-ter for Information Technology (IT), Technical Education and Youth Services and Sports (YSS), Imran Raza Ansari chaired a meeting to review the functioning of the Youth Services and Sports, ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago Imran Ansari for inculcating sports culture among youth  5 Dariya News - English1 month ago

375 AEEs transferred

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Aug 16: Power Development Department (PDD) ordered transfer and postings of 375 Incharge Assistant Executive Engineers (Elect) with immediate effect. According to the order, AK Chibber has been transferred from ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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