Srinagar: The High Court Bar Association of occupied Kashmir has expressed concern over supply of impure drinking water to detainees at Baramulla sub-jail.
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Srinagar: While a large number of people boycotted the recently held elections in the Jammu and Kashmir thousands other expressed their resentment against the exercise by pressing None of the Above (NOTA) option in the electronic voting machines. (NOTA) was used by around 50 thousand voters in Jammu and Kashmir during the state elections of […]
Srinagar: Mohammad Ashraf Mattoo has hailed the statement of Doctors Association Kashmir that outgoing Chief Minister Omar Abdullah should be booked for murder of 120 youth in the unrest of 2010 in Kashmir.
Srinagar: In Indian-admin Kashmir, a doctors’ group has said that political detainees, who are languishing in various jails of the valley for their anti-India political ideology are denied medical care.
Srinagar: In Indian-administrated Kashmir, the unabated Indian violence during the last twenty-five years has forced over thirty five thousand Kashmiris to live outside the Jammu and Kashmir as migrants. A report released on the occasion of International Migrants Day, today, revealed that a big number of the
Srinagar: Protests erupted in Maisuma area on Tuesday after police arrested a father after failing to arrest his son on the charges of stone pelting.
“Glowing Tributes paid on Jamal’s 21th anniversary” Islamabad: Senior Hurriyat leader and Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has paid glowing tributes to the great struggle and sacrifice of a renowned kashmiri freedom commander and political leader, Abdul Khaliq Ganai alias Jamal Afghani on his 21 martyrdom anniversary, who he said […]
New Delhi: India in oblivion of all international standards and norms has submitted a complaint at a police station in the country against Google for showing in its online map Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory.
Srinagar: Sunday, December 2014:In the Old City stronghold of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the chairman of his Hurriyat faction and valley’s chief cleric, the polling stations established in historic Islamia school at Rajouri Kadal wore a deserted look with polling staff and agents of political parties waiting for voters.
‘There were more troops than voters in polling booths’ Srinagar: People preferred to stay away from polling for so-called assembly elections in many areas of Srinagar on Sunday.