‘Teargas shell’ lobbed at EJAC Vice-President’s house


Watapora (Bandipora), Jan 14: Fear gripped Watapora area of this north Kashmir district after a ‘teargas shell’ was lobbed at the house of the Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) Vice-President for the district on Monday. The EJAC and other employees from the Consumer Affairs and Public More

Declare results: SSM students
Srinagar, Jan 14: Students of SSM College have urged authorities to declare the results of eighth semester immediately so that they can apply for the vacancies of Junior Engineer advertised by Services Selection Board.“We have time and again approached authorities of SSM College and Kashmir University More

Budgam youth stage protest


Budgam, Jan 14: Hundreds of protesters in this central Kashmir Town staged a protest on Monday against the recent killings of Shia Muslims at Quetta in Pakistan. Expressing solidarity with those killed in the recent attacks in Quetta, protesters marched from Imam Bargah to Main Chowk Budgam More

  • Kashmir

Tabinda Gani Case: 5 yrs on, family awaits justice

‘Rapists Should Be Hanged Without Any Leniency Whatsoever’


(Langate) Handwara, Jan 14: For the more than five years, the family of 14-year-old Tabinda Gani, who was allegedly raped and murdered here, is awaiting justice: punishment to the culprits. Tabinda More

  • Srinagar City

Police accused of harassment at Old Barzulla

Aggrieved family stages sit-in at Press Enclave

Srinagar, Jan 14: Alleged harassment by police at Old Barzulla triggered massive protest here on late Monday evening. Police has taken cognizance of the matter and assured to look into the allegations More

  • Jammu

Omar reviews status, says BDC elections soon



Jammu, Jan 14: Indicating that elections to the Block Development Council of Panchayats would be held in next few weeks, the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday reaffirmed his government’s “sincere commitment More

  • South Asia

Pak PM sacks Balochistan govt after brutal killings


Islamabad/Karachi, Jan 14: Yielding to protests over the killing of nearly 100 persons in Quetta, Pakistan Premier Raja Pervez Ashraf today sacked Balochistan government and imposed Governor's Rule in More

  • Bandipora

Kaloosa Bridge misses 6th deadline, ERA fails to keep promise

Bandipora, Jan 14: Even after many assurances from the authorities, Kaloosa bridge-vital link connecting Bandipora with Sopore has missed the sixth deadline. The work going on the bridge at snail More

  • GK Features

‘Tell us, where is our son?’

Eight years after his disappearance,Shabir’s ailing parents live in misery



“We don’t want to talk about our son,” the ailing mother of Shabir Ahmad Dar,who disappeared eight years ago, says at the door of their modest two-room home in Noorbagh, Qamarwari. “We’re tired of giving More

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