Will Gool probe be different from 54 ordered since 2009?

Inquiry would be taken to logical conclusion: Govt

ABID BASHIR

Srinagar, July 21: With Kashmir once again on the edge following the killing of four unarmed protestors at Gool in Ramban district, the inquiry ordered by the government is once again under question. Will the probe ordered by the National Conference-Congress coalition government headed by Chief Minister More

Tarigami laments impunity to guilty force personnel for killing innocents

‘People losing faith over institutions’

Srinagar, July 21: Urging both state as well as central government to read ‘writing on the wall’, CPI (M) State secretary M Y Tarigami on Sunday lamented impunity to guilty security personnel for killing innocents in Jammu and Kashmir.   Talking to KNS, Tarigami described the Gool incident More

Maan demands referendum in JK, condemns Gool killings
Srinagar, July 21: President of Akali Dal Maan and prominent Sikh leader Simran Jeet Singh Mann on Sunday condemned the killing of four unarmed civilians by paramilitary BSF men at Gool in Ramban district and said that unless there would be referendum in JK the peace in subcontinent would be a farfetched More

Dr Jalal flown to AIIMS for treatment

Bullet has completely damaged his left eye: Doctors

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, July 21:  Eminent cardiologist and former Director SKIMS, Dr Sheikh Jalal-ud-din, who was critically wounded in an attack by unidentified gunmen on Thursday, was flown in an Air Ambulance to New Delhi Sunday for “specialized treatment.” Jalal who lost left eye in the attack is stated More

Protest against mischief outside masjid in Ganderbal

Culprits identified: Police

SHEIKH NAZIR

Ganderbal, July 21: Protests were held in Ganderbal on Sunday following mischief outside a masjid at Saloora area here by some unidentified persons. However, police claimed it was the handiwork of some drug addicts who have been identified and would be arrested soon.  After hearing about More

‘Prosecute three Chinese intruders’
Leh, July 21: Security agencies have recommended to the Union Home Ministry prosecution of three Chinese intruders on the grounds that they had prior knowledge about Indian defence posts and routes taken by troops during patrolling in the higher reaches of Ladakh. The trio were questioned at a stretch More

House Committee reviews state properties

Inspects Rajaji Marg premises in New Delhi

New Delhi, July 21: The House Committee (HC) of J&K Legislative Council (LC), constituted to look into the restoration of State properties situated outside the State, held its meeting under the chairmanship of Amrit Malhotra, Chairman, LC at New Delhi today. The Committee was apprised More

Pulwama man ekes out livelihood by selling teargas shells

SHOWKAT DAR

Pulwama, July 21: When police and paramilitary CRPF troopers fire teargas canisters to disperse protesters, 55-year old Bashir Ahmad Bhat follows the trail of these shells.  Braving teargas he collects these shells and sells them to eke out his livelihood. This has been usual job of Bhat More

2 injured in Budgam clashes

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Srinagar, July 21: At least two persons were injured when security forces fired pellets to disperse two groups, who have been clashing since Friday, in central Kashmir's Budgam district over construction of a road.  Sajad Ahmad Lone and Muhammad Akbar were admitted to Bone and Joint Hospital More

Award capital punishment to Tabinda’s killers: JFTGF
Srinagar, July 21: Justice for Tabinda Gani Forum (JFTGF) Sunday demanded capital punishment to those involved in the rape and murder of 14-year-old Tabinda Gani of Langate Handwara in Kupwara district on July 20 in 2007. In a statement Muhammad Iqbal Shah, the Secretary of the Forum said More

HCBA castigates govt on Gool killings

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, July 21: The Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association (HCBA) on Sunday accused the state government of failing to prevent civilian killings in Gool. In a statement, general secretary of HCBA Muhammad Ashraf Bhat said a general body meeting of the Association was held today. < More

  • Kashmir

Will Gool probe be different from 54 ordered since 2009?

Inquiry would be taken to logical conclusion: Govt

ABID BASHIR

Srinagar, July 21: With Kashmir once again on the edge following the killing of four unarmed protestors at Gool in Ramban district, the inquiry ordered by the government is once again under question. Will More



  • Srinagar City

From north to east, Achan stench furthers

After Shaher-e-Khaas, nauseating smell invades Lal Bazar; Srinagarites pestered; Admin sleeps

GK CITY CORRESPONDENT

Srinagar, July 21: Despite repeated public appeals to the government top brass –seeking end to the foul smell emanating from Achan dumping yard –the stench has been furthering with each passing day –even More




  • Jammu

Conduct investigation by sitting HC judge: BJYM

Jammu, July 21: The youth wing of BJP today demanded a probe by a sitting High Court judge into the firing incident in Ramban district that left four persons dead on July 18. "We demand stern action More



  • World

World’s first Quran in embroidery

Dubai, July 21: It’s unique, it’s magical and it’s monumental. A Syrian businessman in his 50s has come up with a new form of art that’s a blend of calligraphy and embroidery and, interestingly, he has More



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