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The Jammu and Kashmir police today detained Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik and social activist Swami Agnivesh, who were on way to Narbal on the outskirts of Srinagar where a youth was killed on Saturday morning in paramilitary forces’ firing.

Earlier, Malik, who was on a 30-hour long hunger strike in Srinagar, was joined by Swami Agnivesh against the government’s plan of separate townships for the displaced Kashmiri Pandits in the valley.

The situation meanwhile continues to remain tense in the valley.

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  Mushtaq Ahmad Dar Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Tell us about your journey to joining the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF)? I was in sixth standard and my cousin brother would teach me. One day I went in the room and saw a group of people sitting. They were quiet. I asked them what had happened and they showed me the newspaper, which said the JKLF’s chief commander Ishfaq Majeed’s had been martyred by Indian Forces. I was in a shock. My life took U-turn and I got involved in the movement and as days passed I started taking part in

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By News Desk | Srinagar, Kashmir The Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front – the first armed rebel group of the region, Yasin Malik on Tuesday said that Kashmiris are capable enough to fight for their cause and there is no need for any assistance from any side. Malik said this while reacting to the expected move of Taliban from Afghanistan to Kashmir in 2014. He also appealed people to follow the protest calendars of Mutahida Majlise Mashavrat (MMM) to press for the return of mortal remains of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru and Muhammad Maqboo Butt. Malik said

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By News Desk Paying tributes to Mohammad Maqbool Butt and other martyrs, Chairman Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Geelani, has appealed to mark complete shutdown on February 11. He said the best way to pay tributes to martyrs is to strive for their mission without deviating from it. In a statement from Delhi, Geelani said, that Maqbool Butt was a pioneer and praiseworthy son, who with his endeavour, not only stood up against the tyranny and forced occupation but also sacrificed his life for the sacred cause. Butt was founder of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front and was hanged by India onFeb.

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Muhammad Yasin Malik, Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. (File photo) By News Desk Srinagar, Indian-Controlled Kashmir The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik today arrived in Pakistan on a private tour, said the party spokesman, in a statement issued here. According to the spokesman, soon after arriving at the Lahore Airport late Saturday night, Malik drove to the Pakistan capital, Islamabad. “A large number of people led by the JKLF supreme leader Jenab Amanullah Khan welcomed Yasin Malik on his arrival. Several JKLF leader’s including Amanullah Khan, M. Rafiq Dar, Dr. Toqeer Gilani, Hafiz Anwar Samavi,

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Yasin Malik, Chairman, Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, addressing the gathering on August 5, 2012 in Srinagar. By Naseer Ganai Often separatist leadership is being criticised for doing nothing. They are being condemned in private and public. There are people who don’t even stop talking about leadership crises. That the leadership has failed. That it has done nothing. That all miseries people suffer from are because of the leadership. Such talk never stops. But whenever situation demanded they have acted even though their critics never acknowledged it. Last year we were standing on volcano. We would talk about it. We had

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Hashim Qureshi Maqbool Butt said in a Special Court of Pakistan: “I have disliked self-praise but now when my role is being distorted, deliberately, I am forced to claim that at every stage of my life, I have not only supported the peoples struggle against exploitation and oppression but always actively participated in. I have consciously chosen this role for myself because I see it as Sunnah of Prophets (pbuh) and it is a way of revolutionaries. I have no doubt about the success of this role and the welfare it brings for the people. I cannot refrain from bringing

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Eleventh February is remembered as Maqbool Butt’s death anniversary. Every year demonstrations are held in many parts of world. His followers and the people of Kashmir demand the return of his remains from Tihar Jail, where he is buried, to Kashmir. Kashmiri groups, on both sides of the dreaded line of control and all over the world, remember him well. After five years Young men in early twenties, and some younger than that crossed over to Pakistan-held Kashmir in late eighties to return as armed guerrillas and started the armed movement in Kashmir. Yasin Malik was one among them who

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Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik addressing the seminar in Srinagar. Srinagar, December 31: Separatist leaders and members of civil society today termed Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai as ‘man of peace’ and the ‘ambassador of oppressed people of Kashmir.’ A day long seminar titled ‘Diplomatic Front of Movement and Dr G N Fai’ was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front to commemorate 18th death anniversary of Prof Abdul Ahad Wani, who was killed by unidentified gunmen on 31 December 1993 at Kashmir University. Speakers on the occasion paid glowing tributes to Wani and his services which

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                 By Saima Bhat Memories are sacred. How fortunate are those who have a sharp memory. The day was 14 July 1992. I was seven years old. I don’t remember the exact time but it was early morning.  Sun was about to rise and birds were chirping, welcoming the day. I was sad, as it was a school day. Still I was expecting my mother to wake me up and prepare me for school. In the bed, I was struggling to keep my eyes closed. I was trying my best to enjoy another five minutes of sleep. Suddenly, I heard

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