GK Helpline

  1. 7:30PM
  2. Last date for submitting examination forms for Barkatullah Univ
  1. 7:28PM
  2. Kashmir phone gag: Contact Mr Mantoo for help in Indore, Ujjain, Bhopal
  1. 6:33PM
  2. Man in Kerala craves to know well-being of sick mother in Kashmir
  1. 5:48PM
  2. Kashmiris in Hungary worried about their families
  1. 5:46PM
  2. Kashmiris can contact families through Helpline Kashmir 24x7 Facebook Page
  1. 3:21PM
  2. Unable to contact families, Kashmiri students run out of money
  1. 3:20PM
  2. Zaid worried about friend in Kashmir
  1. 3:18PM
  2. Phone gag: Zubeda worried about husband, in-laws in Kashmir
  1. 3:16PM
  2. Phone gag: Kashmiri student Almas drops a heartbreaking message for mother
  1. 1:20PM
  2. Pakistani unable to contact with friend in Kashmir
  1. 1:18PM
  2. Mili Ghosh from West Bengal worried about friend in Kashmir
  1. 1:16PM
  2. Phone Gag: Kashmiri in Delhi disconnected from loved ones
  1. 1:14PM
  2. Nishu from Delhi worried about her Kashmiri friend
  1. 12:07PM
  2. Phone gag: Kashmiris outside running out of money, worried about families
  1. 9:39AM
  2. Phone gag: Kashmiri students in NIMS Rajasthan need financial help
  1. 8:23PM
  2. No news of families in Kashmir: Kashmiri students in Punjab
  1. 8:20PM
  2. Bengali friend knows no whereabouts of Kashmiri friend
  1. 5:47PM
  2. Kashmiri students unable to contact parents, running out of money
  1. 5:27PM
  2. Kashmiri students in Dehradun running out of money
  1. 5:23PM
  2. Kashmiri student down with typhoid wants to speak with family
  1. 5:19PM
  2. Man in Dubai wants to know about mother in Kashmir
  1. 5:00PM
  2. Kashmiri students in Chandigarh running out of money
  1. 4:46PM
  2. Restore mobile connectivity in Kashmir
  1. 4:28PM
  2. Bangalore girl has no news about her Kashmiri friend
  1. 12:51PM
  2. Restore mobile phone services for ‘Insaniyat’ sake: Barkatulla Univ students
  1. 5:36PM
  2. Restore mobile services in Kashmir, outside Kashmiris appeal govt
  1. 5:22PM
  2. Kashmiris in Mohali have no contact with families in Kashmir
  1. 5:19PM
  2. Students from Dehradun want to talk to their families in Kashmir
  1. 4:57PM
  2. Outside students worried about their families in Kashmir
  1. 1:20PM
  2. At least restore incoming call facility, appeal Kashmiri students in Mohali, Chandigarh
  1. 1:18PM
  2. Kashmiris studying/working outside appeal for restoration of phone services
  1. 11:29PM
  2. Asghar Hussain from Karachi wants to contact friend in Sopore
  1. 1:09PM
  2. Despite gag, BSNL postpaid customers charged for mobile Internet
  1. 1:35PM
  2. Download admit cards, air tickets at Madina Airways free of cost
  1. 6:06PM
  2. Kashmiris in Gujarat call Inamul Haq for help
  1. 2:32PM
  2. Aspirants appeal: Postpone NET, shift test centre to Delhi
  1. 2:31PM
  2. KAS aspirants appeal for postponement of written test
  1. 12:42PM
  2. Contact Kashmirhelpline24X7 for help
  1. 9:43PM
  2. Attention: Kashmiri students at RDVV Jabalpur don't need financial help
  1. 6:11PM
  2. Basit in Patiala doesn’t know if his mother in Sopore has Aromasin medicine
  1. 6:07PM
  2. Communication gag: News of granny's death reaches Kashmiri man in Bengaluru after 15 hours
  1. 6:05PM
  2. Communication gag: Ashfaq of Chirakoot Lolab wants to talk to his family
  1. 6:04PM
  2. Kashmiri students in Dehradun running out of money
  1. 10:50AM
  2. Communication gag: Mastan to visit wife in Bandipora after August 25
  1. 5:48PM
  2. Appeal to IUST authorities to extend dates for fee deposition
  1. 5:46PM
  2. Kashmiri students in Chandigarh running out of money, need help
  1. 12:23PM
  2. People appeal government to restore mobile, Internet services in Kashmir
  1. 10:28AM
  2. Worried Kashmiris appeal for an end to communication gag
  1. 10:19AM
  2. Communication gag: In Tokyo, Kamran worried if his mother in Kashmir had her insulin dose
  1. 4:41PM
  2. 'At least restore incoming call facilities in Kashmir'
  1. 3:57PM
  2. Kashmiri students in Dehradun worried about families back home, appeal for an end to phone gag
  1. 1:18PM
  2. Appeals from outside India to end communication gag in Kashmir
  1. 11:47AM
  2. An Emergency: Haemophilic patient needs Factor IX injections
  1. 8:45PM
  2. Aspirants appeal JK Bank to postpone RE exams
  1. 7:10PM
  2. Kashmiri students at Rewa University need help
  1. 3:34PM
  2. MD/MS PG scholars appeal KU to announce their results
  1. 3:27PM
  2. Sister in Saudi worried about her brother in Natipora
  1. 3:06PM
  2. Candidates appeal J&K Bank to defer interviews
  1. 3:05PM
  2. MBBS Ist, 2nd year students' parents appeal SKIMS to postpone August 17 exams
  1. 3:50PM
  2. RE aspirants from south Kashmir appeal JK Bank authorities
  1. 3:22PM
  2. Call Kashmiri volunteers in Delhi for help
  1. 12:42PM
  2. KU scholars demand extension in last date for submitting MANF applications
  1. 7:03PM
  2. Candidates appeal J&K Bank for transport, curfew passes
  1. 2:14PM
  2. Kashmiris in Bangaluru, contact Hem Raj for help
  1. 11:22AM
  2. Kashmiri student Umar Mushtaq gets help from good Samaritan in Bengaluru
  1. 9:59AM
  2. Attention Kashmirhelpline 24x7: Mr Jain from Bengaluru wants to help
  1. 4:06PM
  2. Kashmirhelpline 24x7 appeals people to help needy
  1. 4:05PM
  2. Kashmiri student in Bangalore appeals for fixing issues with minority scholarship scheme
  1. 2:05PM
  2. Helpline for Kashmiri students studying outside
  1. 12:28PM
  2. Candidates appeal J&K Bank authorities to reschedule interviews
Class 7 student Basit breathed his last on

Class 7 student Basit breathed his last on

Basit Mukhtar, 13, son of late Mukhtar Ahmad Bhat of Dalipora Pulwama was shot by a tear shell on his head on September 5.

Minor son lodged in Kathua jail, father sans resource to see him

Minor son lodged in Kathua jail, father sans resource to see him

A 17 year boy from Krangsoo village of Mattan has been booked under Public Safety Act (PSA) and shifted to Kathua Jail for allegedly espousing the separatist ideology, participating in protests and resorting to stone pelting.

Kashmir unrest: 37 electric transformers damaged in Budgam

Kashmir unrest: 37 electric transformers damaged in Budgam

At least 37 electric transformers have been damaged allegedly by the forces during clashes in this district in the last three months, PDD officials said.

Students across Kashmir protest; resolve ‘no schooling, no exam, only Azaadi’

Students of classes 10 and 12 across Kashmir on Thursday held protests, to show solidarity with their counterparts who were blinded by pellets in the ongoing unrest in Kashmir.

Dal Conservation: High Court appoints retired D S Judge as inquiry officer to probe allegations

J & K High Court on Thursday appointed a retired District and Sessions (DS) Judge to inquire into allegations by LAWDA’s enforcement officer against Sports Minister Imran Raza Ansari for impeding demolition of illegal structures in prohibited area of Dal Lake here.

Mehbooba Mufti’s statement ridiculous, unrealistic: Hurriyat (G)

Terming as “ridiculous and unrealistic” the statement of the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that ‘if anywhere Muslims are safe that is in India,’ the Hurriyat Conference (G) today said, “Muslims in India particularly those of Jammu and Kashmir will hardly buy this argument.

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Hindu group wants Atif Aslam concert cancelled

Hindu group wants Atif Aslam concert cancelled

The Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Kranti Dal on Wednesday urged the authorities to cancel the permission given to a concert by Pakistani singer Atif Aslam here next month.

Urged Pakistani actors to condemn Uri attack, but they didn't: Subhash Chandra

Urged Pakistani actors to condemn Uri attack, but they didn't: Subhash Chandra

Pulling out Pakistani TV shows from his Zindagi channel was a symbolic act of protest against "continuous acts of terrorism", said Rajya Sabha MP and Essel Group Chairman Subhash Chandra.

Stokes launches scathing attack on Samuels in new book

Stokes launches scathing attack on Samuels in new book

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has launched a scathing attack on the West Indies middle-order batsman Marlon Samuels in the newest twist of a lingering feud between the two cricketers.

A cross-continent raid that curbed hijackings - the full story

Title: Operation Thunderbolt - the Most Audacious Hostage Rescue Mission in History; Author: Saul David; Publisher: Hodder Books/Hachette India; Pages: 464; Price: Rs 499

People calling India land of rapes embarrassing: Bachchan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he feels embarrassed when he goes abroad and people there call India, the land of rapes.

Pakistani airline stops passengers from carrying Samsung smartphone

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has stopped passengers from carrying the recently-launched Samsung Galaxy Note 7, following reports of the smartphone's batteries exploding, officials said on Sunday.

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