Kashmir shuts to mourn militant killings

Kashmir shuts to mourn militant killings

Massive clashes rocked parts of Kashmir on Sunday amid complete Valley-wide shutdown and curbs imposed by police and paramilitary forces to prevent protests over the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat and his associate Faizan in southern Tral area on Saturday.

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  1. Punjab Assembly in Pakistan unanimously adopts resolution, condemns killing of Hizb commander Sabzar Bhat
  2. Punjab Assembly in Pakistan unanimously adopts resolution, condemns killing of Hizb commander Sabzar Bhat
  1. Opposition slams Army Chief's comment on Kashmir protesters, govt defends him
  2. Opposition slams Army Chief's comment on Kashmir protesters, govt defends him
  1. Class work in Kashmir schools, colleges to remain suspended on May 30
  2. Class work in Kashmir schools, colleges to remain suspended on May 30
  1. Mehbooba asks tourism stakeholders to help clear negative perceptions on Kashmir
  2. Mehbooba asks tourism stakeholders to help clear negative perceptions on Kashmir
  1. China warns India over Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Arunachal
  2. China warns India over Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Arunachal
  1. Minor killed, man injured in two road accidents
  2. Minor killed, man injured in two road accidents
  1. Situation peaceful and under control throughout Kashmir: Police
  2. Situation peaceful and under control throughout Kashmir: Police
  1. Jadhav can never be released: Pakistani lawyer
  2. Jadhav can never be released: Pakistani lawyer
  1. Human shield case: Totally agree with Army chief's statement, says Naidu
  2. Human shield case: Totally agree with Army chief's statement, says Naidu
  1. Bring down the rhetoric: HC to Arnab Goswami, the Republic
  2. Bring down the rhetoric: HC to Arnab Goswami, the Republic
  1. T1 exam for Class 8th to be conducted internally: Altaf Bukhari
  2. T1 exam for Class 8th to be conducted internally: Altaf Bukhari
  1. IUST Awantipora postpones tomorrow’s exams, suspends class work
  2. IUST Awantipora postpones tomorrow’s exams, suspends class work
  1. Restrictions to continue in Srinagar parts tomorrow, educational institutions to remain closed
  2. Restrictions to continue in Srinagar parts tomorrow, educational institutions to remain closed
  1. Human shield case: Indian army chief showing 'criminal leadership', says Human Rights Watch
  2. Human shield case: Indian army chief showing 'criminal leadership', says Human Rights Watch
  1. Forces 'thrash' deranged man after he grabs trooper’s rifle in Anantnag
  2. Forces 'thrash' deranged man after he grabs trooper’s rifle in Anantnag
  1. NIA questions three Kashmiri separatist leaders in Delhi
  2. NIA questions three Kashmiri separatist leaders in Delhi
  1. Watch: Baby starts 'walking' moments after birth, video goes viral
  2. Watch: Baby starts 'walking' moments after birth, video goes viral
  1. IIT Madras students organise beef fest to protest cattle ban
  2. IIT Madras students organise beef fest to protest cattle ban
  1. Union Sports Minister rules out India-Pakistan cricket series
  2. Union Sports Minister rules out India-Pakistan cricket series
  1. Shopian shuts on eighth death anniversary of Aasiya, Neelofar
  2. Shopian shuts on eighth death anniversary of Aasiya, Neelofar
  1. North Korea test-fires another ballistic missile
  2. North Korea test-fires another ballistic missile
  1. Two boys die after consuming poison in Rajouri
  2. Two boys die after consuming poison in Rajouri
  1. Alert in Pathankot after army uniform found in suspicious bag
  2. Alert in Pathankot after army uniform found in suspicious bag
  1. Day 2: Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir
  2. Day 2: Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir
Centre should talk to all stakeholders in JK without 'false prestige': CPI

Centre should talk to all stakeholders in JK without 'false prestige': CPI

The Centre should immediately start negotiations with all stakeholders in Kashmir where the situation was becoming 'worse' in the last few years, CPI General Secretary Sudhakar Reddy today said.

Aasiya, Nilofer murder case : Geelani demands impartial probe

Aasiya, Nilofer murder case : Geelani demands impartial probe

Chairman of Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani on Sunday reiterated his demand for an impartial probe into the rape and murder of Aasiya and Nilofer of Shopian district in south Kashmir, eight years ago.

JK Civil Services Judicial Exam

JK Civil Services Judicial Exam

According to Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, the admit cards of the candidates appearing in J&K Civil Service (Judicial) Competitive Examination-2017, and the identity cards of invigilators shall be treated as curfew passes in case of restrictions, an official handout said.

Porter killed, another injured on LoC

An Army porter was killed while another sustained injuries in alleged ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control in Keran sector of Kashmir.

IS ANYBODY LISTENING ?

At least 19 questions posed in the GS paper and Optional Political papers in the recently held KAS preliminary exams have been evaluated with a wrong key.

HCBA condemns use of force on civilians

High Court Bar Association has condemned the use of force on protestors in different areas of Kashmir on Saturday.

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Watch: Baby starts 'walking' moments after birth, video goes viral

Watch: Baby starts 'walking' moments after birth, video goes viral

A video that appears to show a newborn baby "walking" moments after its birth has taken the Internet by storm.

Girl, 11, accuses teacher of 'war crime' in feedback form!

Girl, 11, accuses teacher of 'war crime' in feedback form!

A cheeky 11-year-old girl in the UK accused her teacher of "a war crime" under Geneva Conventions for punishing the whole class for the actions of a few in a school feedback form that has gone viral online.

Sleeping less than 6 hours may double death risk

Sleeping less than 6 hours may double death risk

Failing to sleep less than six hours may nearly double the risk of death in people with metabolic syndrome -- a combination of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, researchers have warned.

100-year-old British-era bridge going strong in Pakistan

Wah Taj! monument of love among top 10 global landmarks

Taj Mahal, the magnificent monument of love, has made it to the top 10 landmarks in the world by securing fifth position in the list.

Quitting Twitter, says Sonu Nigam after Abhijeet's account suspended

Singer Sonu Nigam on Wednesday announced he will quit Twitter and has urged all "logical and sensible patriots" to do the same, following the suspension of singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya's micro-blogging account.

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