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Cross-LoC shelling: 1114 person shifted to 5 relief camps

Rajouri: District Administration, Rajouri has so far shifted 1114 persons of 298 families in 5 different relief camps established in Nowshera in wake of cross-LOC shelling. Eight villages of Nowshera have been badly affected by heavy shelling which include Khamba, Sarya, Bhawani, Kalsian, Manpur, Danaka, Khori and Ganya. More than 1000 people have been shifted

Centre supporting every wrong initiative of PDP-BJP Coalition: Congress

Srinagar: Stating that Agenda of Alliance between PDP BJP in which withdrawal of AFSPA, return of power projects, talks with all Stake Holders including Hurriyat stands exposed before the people, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir has said that PDP by virtue of its dual standards created a history of betrayals and

Shutdown in Shopian continues against ‘disappearance’ of youth

Srinagar: A complete shutdown was observed in South Kashmir’s Shopian district on the fourth consecutive day on Sunday against the ‘disappearance’ a local youth from police custody. All the shops and business establishments remained closed while the vehicular movement was thin on roads in the main town and adjoining areas today. Pertinently, Zubair Ahmad Turray,

Two militants killed in Handwara: Police

Srinagar: Two militants were Sunday killed in a brief encounter that raged between the forces and the militants in the forest area in Waripora village of Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. According to KNS correspondent, on specific information about the presence of militants in the forest area of the village, the search operation was

No class work at SP HSS on Mon: DC

Srinagar: The district administration Srinagar Sunday said that the class work at SP Higher Secondary School will remain suspended on Monday. Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Farooq Ahmad Lone said, “Teaching activity will remain suspended in SP School tomorrow.” The calls work at the higher secondary continued to remain closed since Wednesday following the clashes between

Intermittent rains lash Valley

Srinagar: As the intermittent rains lashed the Valley since Sunday evening, the weatherman here has predicted more rains in the next 24 hours over the state. An official in the Meteorological (MeT) department told KNS that the light to moderate rains/ thunder shower would occur in the next 24 hours over the state. “The light

Mehbooba visits various areas of Anantnag, oversees dev works, interacts with people

Srinagar: In order to reach out to people at their doorstep and oversee the pace of ongoing works, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today visited various areas of Anantnag. She interacted with people to know about their problems and directed concerned authorities to complete the ongoing works within the deadline schedule. During the visit the Chief

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