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Srinagar: The number of civilian killings in a week in South Kashmir’s Shopian district reaches five, with the death of a 10-year-old boy today who was wounded in an explosion at the site of gunfight. He succumbed to injuries after fighting for life in a hospital here. Musharraf Fayaz son of Fayaz Ahmad suffered critical injuries in his head and face on January 25 after a shell exploded at the encounter site, while a group of people were clearing the debris of the house which was razed to ground by the forces during the gunfight. Yesterday, another civilian who was

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'India works over plan of genocide of Kashmiris'

Srinagar: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir Wednesday said that a 19 year old youth Rayees Ahmad Ganaie of Narpora, Shopian injured in Shopian firing recently succumbed to his injuries in SKIMS and blood-thirsty guilty Indian forces are glorifying their immunity under the draconian law of AFSPA and declaring that it cannot be abrogated under these circumstances which means that unless the plan of genocide of hapless Kashmiris is accomplished, continuation of such laws are their compulsion! How long this suppression proves fruitful for these oppressors, the time will decide? The international community is not playing its expected and due role and

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Srinagar: Stating that the killings, in any form, cannot be solution to any problem, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Spokesperson today expressed deep sorrow over the loss of another young boy Mohammad Yousuf, who succumbed to injuries after getting hit by a bullet in Shopian very recently. Condemning the civilian killings, the Congress Spokesperson described the unabated killings as very unfortunate and painful and termed it as a great threat to peace and stability. Emphasizing that the killings must stop in the larger interest of peace, the Spokesperson added that the restraint to by Security Force or Army, while

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Srinagar: Panic gripped in Kashmir Valley on Wesnesday noon after tremors felt in parts of South Asian region with intensity of 6.2 on the Richter Scale. The tremors were also felt in Islamabad, New Delhi and adjoining states of India and Pakistan. There were no report of any casualty till this report was filed, however, in Srinagar an under construction flyover faced a minor damage after a girder being lifting by crane got imbalanced. The Director ERA Satish Razdan while talking to KNB, said, “There is minor damage in fly over, it is perfect, rest things will come out after i

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The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) of Jammu and Kashmir and Downtown Traders have called for a joint sit-in protest today at Jamia Masjid Srinagar against the three civilian killings in Shopian. The joint pro-freedom leadership front said in a statement here. Several civilians were shot at by the army on Saturday during protests in which three were killed.

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Srinagar: Nineteen-year-old Rayees Ahmad Ganie son of Mohd Yousuf Ganie of Narpora, Shopian who was injured in Army firing on Saturday succumbed to his injuries today morning. Ganie was one of the youths who had received bullet wounds. For last five days, he was battling for life at the Intensive Care Unit of SKIMS hospital in Srinagar. Two other youths were also shot dead on the day of firing in Ganawpora area of district Shopian – South Kashmir.

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Srinagar: A leading Delhi-based electronic goods manufacturer launched its lighting brand “Briway – way to future” here in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday, with Valley’s leading dealers and distributors attending the launch event at Zero Bridge Fine Dine in Srinagar. “The brand’s parent company K. P. Pvt. Ltd. manufactures for all home and corporate LED lighting requirements with its factory in Delhi. It is first time that the brand has come to the state with its varied range of lighting products and soon plans to introduce more electronic equipment and appliances for the consumers,” a statement of the company read.

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An Innovative new start-up, Valley Basket, was launched today in Srinagar by Imran Raza Ansari, Minister for Information technology, Technical Education, Youth Services and Sports. Valley Basket brands itself as a door-to-door home-delivery company – an online supermarket offering everything at doorstep at discounted prices. The company offers Groceries, Home Care & personal care products, stationery, FMCG goods and other wide range of products. The products can be ordered online through the website, on the android or apple iOS store, or by calling directly to place orders. The event was held at the Zero Bridge Fine Dine Restaurant and Café

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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat Saturday said that for the complete assimilation and integration of Jammu and Kashmir with rest of India, changes should be brought into the Article 370 and Article 35A. He was addressing RSS and BJP workers at party headquarters at Nagpur. “There is a need for partisan, transparent and clean administration in the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said. “The determination with which terrorist infiltration and firing from across the border are being dealt with is appreciated. Provocative actions and the propaganda of separatists is been effectively

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Srinagar, Sep 18: Syed Ali Geelani on Monday, asked OIC to play its active and effective role in resolving the issue faced by Muslim Ummah. Organization of Islamic Countries has adequate resources to tackle problems and serve best for the betterment and upliftment of humanity. Geelani while welcoming the statement of OIC on Kashmir, said that we hope that this institution will leave no stone unturned and will play its effective and pivotal role in world politics. There is dire need to represent the divine message of peace and righteousness of Islam and OIC is the best platform to promulgate