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Army asks people not to march toward its Hqrs

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Dec 16: In view of ‘Badam Bagh Chalo’ called by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) against the civilian killings, Army Sunday asked people not to pay heed to the JRL call and not to march towards its headquarters in Srinagar on Monday.Defence spokesman in Srinagar said Army along with all security agencies and civil administration is fighting militancy and “proxy war, sponsored by Pakistan and its proxies in Kashmir”.“The objective of forces is to bring peacRead
Many separatists including Malik go underground

Many separatists including Malik go underground

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, Dec 16: Ahead of ‘Badam Bagh Chalo’ called by the Joint Resistance Leadership (JR...Read

Kashmir, Chenab Valley mourn Pulwama killings

Kashmir, Chenab Valley mourn Pulwama killings

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, Dec 16: The normal life in Kashmir came to a grinding halt on Sunday due to shutdown called b...Read

Advisor Kumar asks forces to avoid civilian casualties

Advisor Kumar asks forces to avoid civilian casua...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Dec 16:Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar Sunday took a detailed review of law and order sit...Read

Erratic pupil-teacher ratio in Shopian despite clubbin

Erratic pupil-teacher ratio in Shopian despite cl...

Riyaz Bhat

Srinagar, Dec 16:The Education department has failed to maintain proportionate teacher-pupil ratio in ...Read

Forces aiming at civilians like sitting ducks: Sagar

Forces aiming at civilians like sitting ducks: Sa...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Dec 16:National Conference (NC) General Secretary, Ali Muhammad Sagar Sunday said the Govern...Read

Imran, Afridi bat for Kashmir’s RSD

Imran, Afridi bat for Kashmir’s RSD

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, Dec 16: Condemning the killing of seven civilians at Srinoo village in Pulwama at the hands o...Read

Coldest night of season in Srinagar at - 4.2 deg C

Coldest night of season in Srinagar at - 4.2 deg ...

Press Trust of India

Srinagar, Dec 16:Srinagar experienced the coldest night of the season Saturday night as the mercury co...Read

Indian society most tolerant: Rajnath

Indian society most tolerant: Rajnath

Press Trust of India

New Delhi, Dec 16:Indian society is most tolerant, and people of all major religions of the world live ...Read

CORRIGENDUM

CORRIGENDUM

This is in response to news item, ‘ADGP defends indiscriminate firing at protes...Read

Troops kill 7 civilians, injure 32 near gunfight site

Troops kill 7 civilians, injure 32 near gunfight ...

Javid Sofi

Pulwama, Dec 15: Seven civilians were killed and three dozen others injured in trigger-happy force per...Read

Kashmir

Gurdwara gutted in fire in Anantnag

Gurdwara gutted in fire in Anantnag

'PTI'

' Srinagar, Dec 16:'A gurdwara in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district was gutted in fire that broke out apparently due to an electrical short circuit on Sunday, police said.The incident occurred at the Chattisinghpora Gurdwara in south Kashmir's Anantnag district this morning, ... Read

ACR B’pora calls for zero-tolerance...

Bandipora, December 16:Assistant Commissioner Revenue Bandipora Reyaz Ahmad Be...Read

Civilian killings does not auger we...

Srinagar, Dec 16: Jammu and National Conference on Sunday expressed disma...Read

GoI can no longer remain impervious...

Srinagar, Dec 16: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Sunday asked the Governm...Read

News

Police foils AIP’s UN March, arrests Rasheed, supporte

Police foils AIP’s UN March, arrests Rasheed, sup...

'Rising Kashmir News'

'Srinagar, Dec 16: 'Police on Sunday foiled AIP’s march towards UN Offices in Sonawar against Pulwama killings and detained dozens along with Er. Rasheed.Protesters carrying banners, play cards, and black flags started the march from Rajbagh and proceeded towards Lal Chowk.... Read

Geelani demands international inqui...

Srinagar, Dec 16: Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani termed Governor ...Read

Soz urges CWHR chief to visit Kashm...

Srinagar, Dec 16: Former Union minister Prof. Saifuddin Soz has urged the...Read

Congress defers meetings in south K...

Srinagar, Dec 16: The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC...Read

City

Govt likely to turn 4200 kanals of wetland into reside

Govt likely to turn 4200 kanals of wetland into r...

'Irfan Yattoo'

'Srinagar, Dec 16:'After turning Rakh-i-Arth, a wetland into a settlement colony, the State government is planning to construct a residential colony spread over 4200 kanals of wetland in Bemina outskirts, officials said.A senior official at Srinagar Development Authority (SDA), ... Read

Lawyer should be hardworking, hones...

Srinagar, Dec 16:Chief Justice High Court, Justice Gita Mittal today sai...Read

SHRC seeks report from Govt on Dood...

Srinagar, Dec 16:Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) ...Read

After Govt inaction, Natipora resid...

Srinagar, Dec 16:Residents of Natipora have repaired a link road themsel...Read

Jammu

Thankful to JK Guv for dissolving LA to disallow milit

Thankful to JK Guv for dissolving LA to disallow ...

'SYED AMJAD SHAH'

' Jammu, Dec 16:'Praising Governor Satya Paul Malik, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) Sunday thanked him for “timely” dissolution of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly and stopping political parties backed by militant outfits” to form Government.Speakingat a h... Read

3-day training on Cyber Security Ma...

JAMMU, DECEMBER 16:The maiden training programme on “Information Sec...Read

Father of ‘mentally challenged’ man...

Poonch, Dec 15:Father of a "mentally challenged" man hailing from a re...Read

5 drug peddlers held, 120-kg poppy ...

Jammu, Dec 16:Five alleged drug smugglers were arrested after 120 kg ...Read

Editorial

Special powers, zero accountability

Special powers, zero accountability

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''Seven civilians, the highest toll in recent years, were killed Saturday after government forces fired at protestors who had gathered near a gunfight site at Pulwama’s Sirnoo. Armed forces maintain their clichéd and indefensible position that they ... Read

Power pangs

People from different districts of Kashmir have leveled...Read

 Brand Cashmere

Kashmir, known the world over for its rich arts and cra...Read

Blow to divisive politics

In Jammu and Kashmir state where harmony between commun...Read

Opinion

The New Normal in Sri Lanka

The New Normal in Sri Lanka

'D Suba Chandran'

''Following the intervention from the Sri Lankan judiciary, the political crisis that had started in late October 2018, with the action of President to sack an elected Prime Minister, has come to an end. Or has it? Ranil Wickremesinghe, leader of the United Nat... Read

Pulwama killings and hypocrisy of h...

Kashmir is seething with anger again, this time over th...Read

Can Rahul’s Hinduism succeed where ...

It will be impossible to resist the temptation of attri...Read

Indo-Pak Relations: War is no optio...

Pakistan and India recently took a historic step when t...Read

Business

Travel agents dismayed over their exclusion from budge

Travel agents dismayed over their exclusion from ...

'Rising Kashmir News'

'Srinagar: 'Travel Agents Association of Kashmir (TAAK) has expressed dismay over the recent budget announcement by (SAC )TAAK in its statement said though a substantial amount has been kept for infrastructure development of government owned tourism properties but there i... Read

No incentives for tour operators: A...

In a separate statement, Patron Association of Kashmir ...Read

Hundreds of trekkers throng Mansar ...

JAMMU, DECEMBER 16:The Surinsar Mansar Twin lakes were thronged by hundred...Read

Budget has nothing for handicrafts:...

Srinagar: Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has exp...Read

Sports

Real Kashmir face ‘ill-treatment’ in Kerala, seek poli

Real Kashmir face ‘ill-treatment’ in Kerala, seek...

'Press Trust of India '

'New Delhi, Dec 14: 'Real Kashmir FC Friday alleged they were hurled abuses and manhandled by officials of Gokulam Kerala, who "deprived" the visitors of training facilities ahead of their I-League game in Kozhikode.Lying third after a sensational start to their maiden season in t... Read

Zabrwan beat Zaffron by 7 wickets

Al Khor: Zabrwan Rangers defeated Zaffron Cricket Club by seven ...Read

Muzaffarabad United to face Chinar ...

As the league stage is half way done, defending champio...Read

Bandipora continues to script histo...

BANDIPORA, DECEMBER 14: The youngsters of Bandipora continue to script history ...Read

Viewpoint

Problematizing Kashmir issue

Problematizing Kashmir issue

'Firdous Abdullah'

''Kashmir issue refers to the internationally recognized dispute between India, Pakistan and the people of Kashmir as regards the geographical entity Jammu and Kashmir as it existed in 1947 before the accession of Jammu and Kashmir to the union of India. If we g... Read

The Pulwama carnage

Political disenchantment aside, the alienation of the K...Read

Normalisation of death

Not a single day passes now without us reading about th...Read

J&K Bank: Anational asset

Banking has become the most important limb for the func...Read

Responses

Managing crises

Managing crises

'Dear Editor,'

''History bears witness to the fact that whenever and wherever political movement found its roots, the economy of that region became the major casualty. It has been true of Kashmir region as well since 1989. Different crises that occurred at different times in l... Read

Contractual lecturers

This is in response to the recent government order abou...Read

Book Review

From eulogy of Dogra rulers to interlocution fiasco

From eulogy of Dogra rulers to interlocution fias...

'Daanish Bin Nabi'

'' Former Kashmir interlocutor, Radha Kumar’s book “Paradise at War” comes at a time when India and Pakistan have locked horns over the peace process. Besides providing brief ancient history of Kashmir, “Paradise at War” sheds light... Read

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