Handwara observes shutdown to commemorate massacre

‘21 Persons Were Killed When BSF Opened Fire On Peaceful Protesters On 25 Jan 1990’

SHAHID RAFIQ

Handwara Jan 25: Normal life was hit in Handwara town of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district following a general strike against the cold-blooded massacre of 21 civilians allegedly by the Border Security Forces (BSF) personnel on 25 January 1990.The markets remained closed and transport was off the More

FAMILIES OF STRANDED DRIVERS STAGE DEMO

Seek Early Return Of Their Kin From Across The LoC

ALTAF BABA

Baramulla, Jan 25: The family members of 27 drivers stranded in Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) following the alleged seizure of brown sugar from a truck at Trade Facilitation Centre (TFC) Salamabad on January 17 staged demonstrations on Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road near Khanpora here, to press More

HURRIYAT (M) ISSUES WEEKLONG CALENDAR

Amalgam To Organize Seminar On January 27, Stage Valley-Wide Protests On Friday

Srinagar, Jan 25: Hurriyat Conference (M) has chalked out a weeklong programme, including Kashmir-wide protests on Friday, against the closure of Pathribal fake encounter case by the army.“To raise its voice against closure of the case, Hurriyat has decided to hold a joint emergency meeting of More

MILITARY COURT FAILS VICTIMS IN PATHRIBAL KILLINGS: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Urges New Delhi to repeal AFSPA in JK

Srinagar, Jan 25: Human Rights Watch on Saturday said, “an Indian army court of inquiry’s dismissal of all charges against five officers for the high profile killing of civilians in Pathribal case demonstrates the military’s continuing impunity for serious abuses.”  “The Indian government More

Pathribal case closure ‘miscarriage,travesty of justice’
Srinagar, Jan 25: The closure of the Pathribal “fake encounter” case by Army has evoked strong resentment with various separatist, mainstream and social organizations terming it as miscarriage of justice. JAMA’AT-E- ISLAMI Jama’at-e- Islami Jammu and Kashmir has expressed its deep More

Army Court’s verdict not unexpected: DeM
Srinagar, Jan 25: Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat Aasiya Andrabi, while commenting on the Army Court’s verdict on Pathribal incident, said that “it was not unexpected.”     In a statement today, Aasiya Andrabi said, “Countless cases of killings and other atrocities have taken More

Verdict biased: Sajad Lone
Srinagar, Jan 25: The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir People’s Conference, Sajad Gani Lone has expressed “deep shock and dismay” at the Army court’s “biased verdict on the Pathribal fake encounter.” ``It is a predictable verdict. One hardly expects justice when the army itself decides to judge More

Tabinda Gani’s father appeals SHRC

‘Help in fast tracking trial’

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 25: The father of Tabinda Gani, who was murdered in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district in 2007, has sought intervention of the Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) for fast tracking trial of the case.  In a letter to Rafiq Fida, a member of the SHRC, Tabinda More

DG Prison’s Medal for 10 officials
Srinagar, Jan 25: The Director General of Prisons, J&K K. Rajendra Kumar, awarded the Director General’s Prison Medal to 10 officers of the Prisons Department on the eve of R- Day 2014 in recognition of their “Meritorious and Exemplary Services. “ The Director General’s Prison Medal has More

Geelani for shutdown in Kupwara town on Jan 27
Srinagar, Jan 25: Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani has appealed people of Kupwara town to observe complete shutdown on January 27 on the occasion of 24th anniversary of massacre there in 1990.  “Unless all the cases pertaining to innocent killings are investigated by More

Cold wave grips Kashmir

Traffic from Jammu to Srinagar today

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 25: Cold wave continued to grip Kashmir on Saturday while weatherman has predicted dry weather for next three days. Meteorological department officials said that the minimum temperature in Srinagar was  recorded as 0.6 degrees Celsius as against 0.9 degrees Celsius the More

K-solution must for Indo-Pak bonhomie: Shabir Shah
Srinagar, Jan 25: Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir (HCJK) senior leader Shabir Ahmad Shah on Saturday said relations between India and Pakistan would not improve until the final settlement of Kashmir issue. “The trade between India and Pakistan is a secondary issue. Nothing better would More

Sajad pays tributes to Handwara martyrs
Srinagar, Jan 25: Chairman of Peoples Conference, Sajad Gani Lone on Saturday paid glowing tributes to martyrs of Handwara massacre on their 24th death anniversary and accused then Home Minister, Mufti Muhammad Sayeed and Governor of Jammu and Kashmir for the incident and other subsequent massacres More

Kokernag residents resent construction of Tulip garden
Islamabad (Anantnag), Jan 25: At least a dozen people were injured during clashes between protestors and forces Saturday in Sagam area of Kokernag in this South Kashmir district. Police, however denied any clashes in  the area saying that there was infighting between the villagers. The More

Sikh body flays NC-led Govt on neglect of community
Srinagar, Jan 25: Expressing disappointment over the neglect of Sikh community by the state government, All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) said it would soon evolve a strategy to fight for their rights. Addressing a gathering as part of ‘Mass Contact Programme’ in Jammu, APSCC More

National Voters Day 2014 celebrated
Srinagar, Jan 25: The 4th National Voters Day was celebrated in all the districts and Tehsil headquarters in Kashmir Province.  The Day is being celebrated to enhance the number of electorate who can exercise franchise. A function was organized at Government College of Education, Srinagar More

  • Kashmir

Handwara observes shutdown to commemorate massacre

‘21 Persons Were Killed When BSF Opened Fire On Peaceful Protesters On 25 Jan 1990’

SHAHID RAFIQ

Handwara Jan 25: Normal life was hit in Handwara town of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district following a general strike against the cold-blooded massacre of 21 civilians allegedly by the Border Security Forces More



  • Srinagar City

Badamwari, Raj Bagh, LD Colony WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

RESIDENTS APPEAL POWER DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Damaged Transformers

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Jan 25: The residents of some areas of the City are up in arms against the Power Development Department (PDD) for failing to restore electricity for the past four odd days.BADAMWARI DARKNESS More




  • Jammu

Congress minister at Shiv Sena blood donation camp

‘Govt To Issue Identity Cards To Blood Donors For Priority Treatment’

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Jan 25: Minister of State for Health, Shabir Ahmad Khan Saturday inaugurated Voluntary Blood Donation Camp on the eve of Republic day at Gandhi Nagar Hospital.The blood donation camp was organized More



  • World

Pak, US to hold Strategic Dialogue

LALIT K JHA\PTI

Washington, Jan 25: Pakistan and the US will hold their first ministerial-level Strategic Dialogue in three years on Monday, during which they will review a wide range of issues, including Pakistan's peace More



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