SHRC to investigate 1990 Gaw Kadal massacre

‘Report To Be Completed In 2-Months’

MUDDASIR ALI

Srinagar, Dec 26: In a significant development, the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Wednesday ordered an inquiry by its investigation wing into the 1990 Gaw Kadal massacre here in which 51 people were killed in firing allegedly by paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force. The investigation More

‘Constitute board of doctors to examine Dr Faktoo at Central Jail’

High Court Directs MS Bone And Joints Hospital

D A RASHID

Srinagar, Dec 26: The Jammu and Kashmir High Court Wednesday directed the Medical Superintendent of Bone and Joints Hospital at Barzulla here to constitute a board of doctors to examine the Muslim League Chairman Dr Muhammad Qasim Faktoo at Central Jail Srinagar.    Seeking directions More

Solution to Kashmir has to be political: Mirwaiz Umar Farooq

Hurriyat (M) Delegation Leaves For New Delhi, Calls Pak Visit ‘Satisfactory’

NISAR AHMED THOKAR

Islamabad, Dec 26: The seven-member Hurriyat Conference (M) delegation left for New Delhi from Lahore this afternoon after concluding their 10-day visit to Pakistan. Talking to Greater Kashmir the Hurriyat Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq expressed satisfaction on the amalgam’s visit to Pakistan More

Hizb founder’s book to shed light on ‘realities of armed struggle’

Will Continue To Work For Meaningful Solution To Kashmir: Master Ahsan Dar

ALTAF BABA

Baramulla, Dec 26: A day after his release, one of the founders of militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen, Master Muhammad Ahsan Dar, Wednesday said he would “continue to work for a meaningful solution to the Kashmir issue and will come up with a future program in this regard after a month.” “ More

JK Govt clueless about SSB deployment in Valley

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Dec 26: The Jammu and Kashmir Government is clueless about the proposed move to deploy Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) soldiers in the Valley.Talking to Greater Kashmir Secretary State Home Department Suresh Kumar said: “We do not know anything about this proposal. Even we do not know what More

Speed breakers on Kakapora-Newa Road

R&B Places 27 Speed Breakers On 3 Km Road Stretch; Commuters Aghast

Srinagar, Dec 26: The state’s R&B department has constructed 27 speed breakers on a road measuring less than 3 kilometres on Kakapora-Newa Road. According to a delegation from the area, the department’s Pulwama division has constructed a large number of speed breakers on a road from Kakapora More

Prof Rasheed Nazki felicitated
Bandipora, Dec 26: Radio Kashmir Srinagar today held a special Mulaqaat programme with veteran Kashmiri writer, poet and Sufi thinker Prof Rasheed Nazki in this north Kashmir town. He was honoured and felicitated on the occasion.      On the occasion the organizer of the More

Research plays key role in Medical Colleges: Prof Talat

GMC Celebrates Annual Day

Srinagar, Dec 26: The Vice-Chancellor University of Kashmir, Prof Talat Ahmad on Wednesday stressed that the academic and clinical research in Government Medical Colleges (GMCs) plays a crucial role in producing good doctors and also in building confidence in them to face challenges at national and More

  • Kashmir

SHRC to investigate 1990 Gaw Kadal massacre

‘Report To Be Completed In 2-Months’

MUDDASIR ALI

Srinagar, Dec 26: In a significant development, the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Wednesday ordered an inquiry by its investigation wing into the 1990 Gaw Kadal massacre here in which 51 people More



  • Srinagar City

VANDALISATION OF JHELUM IN FULL SWING

UNDER-CONSTRUCTION SKEWED BRIDGE TAKES SHEEN OFF JHELUM, THE BUND

ARIF SHAFI WANI

Srinagar, Dec 26: In blatant violation of environmental norms and public outcry, construction of Skewed bridge across river Jhelum here is going on at a full swing.  The under-construction bridge More




  • Jammu

‘Night soil of 60000 latrines goes into open drains’

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Jammu, Dec 26: Night soil of over 60 thousand latrines is disposed into open drains without any sewage treatment in Jammu and Kashmir, according to figures released by state's Directorate of Census Operation More



  • South Asia

Osama paid Rs 50, 000 bribe to Patwari

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Islamabad, Dec 26: Even the world's most wanted man could not escape the bribery dragnet. Osama bin Laden's safe-house in Pakistan's garrison city Abbottabad was built after paying a bribe of Rs 50,000 More



  • World

Egypt gets first people-approved constitution

Cairo, Dec 26: Over a year after overthrowing an entrenched dictator, Egypt today adopted a new constitution after a two-thirds 'yes' vote in a polarising referendum, triggering fresh protests from the More



  • Kupwara

Shahabad residents demand bridge

5 drown in 3-yrs in Warnow Nallah

Shahabad (Kupwara) Dec 26: Residents of Shahabad in this frontier district are up in arms against the government for failing to construct a bridge over Warnow Nallah as five persons have drowned in the More



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