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Govt withdraws security cover of 4 separatists

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, Feb 17: The Government Sunday withdrew all security and government facilities provided to separatist and Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and three other separatist leaders. The Government has withdrawn security and any government facilities provided to separatist leaders including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Prof Abdul Ghani Bhat, Bilal Gani Lone and Shabir Shah.“All security and any vehicles provided to the separatist leaders would stand withdrawn by Sunday evening,” an officRead

It’s non-issue, say separatists

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, Feb 17: The separatist leaders, whose security was withdrawn by the State government on Sunda...Read

Curfew continues in Jammu for third day

Curfew continues in Jammu for third day

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, Feb 17: Curfew continued in Jammu for the third consecutive day Sunday as Army and Police wer...Read

Attacks on Kashmiris in Jammu

Attacks on Kashmiris in Jammu

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, Feb 17:The Kashmiri families including the government employees are living in a constant fea...Read

Valley shuts against attacks on Kashmiris

Valley shuts against attacks on Kashmiris

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, Feb 17: The normal life came to a gridding halt in Kashmir on Sunday due to shutdown called b...Read

Kashmiri students outside JK face the heat

Kashmiri students outside JK face the heat

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Feb 17:Four Kashmiri girl students have been suspended by Rajasthan’s National Institu...Read

Kashmiri student rusticated from HP university, arrest

Kashmiri student rusticated from HP university, a...

Press Trust of India

Shimla, Feb 17:A Kashmiri student of a private university in Himachal Pradesh's Solan district was "...Read

Kashmiri student arrested in U

Kashmiri student arrested in U'khand

Press Trust of India

Dehradun, Feb 17:A Kashmiri student was arrested by police in Uttarakhand for allegedly sending a mess...Read

Kashmiri students in Delhi fear for their security

Kashmiri students in Delhi fear for their securit...

Press Trust of India

New Delhi, Feb 17:Several Kashmiri students here said they were in a state of fear after alleged harass...Read

AMU asks Kashmiri students not to move out of campus

AMU asks Kashmiri students not to move out of cam...

Press Trust of India

Aligarh (UP), Feb 17: The AMU has issued an advisory to its Kashmiri students asking them "not to move out ...Read

Govt reviews safety, security of JK students studying

Govt reviews safety, security of JK students stud...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Feb 17: Advisor to the Governor, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai, Sunday reviewed the safety and securit...Read

News

Bloodshed will only stop when GoI overhauls Kashmir po

Bloodshed will only stop when GoI overhauls Kashm...

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'Srinagar:'Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), president, Mehbooba Mufti Monday expressed condolences to the families of troopers killed in the Pulwama encounter, saying the bloodshed will only stop when the Centre overhauls its approach to Jammu and Kashmir."Deepest condole... Read

Monitoring Jammu situation closely,...

Srinagar: Traders associations including Kashmir Traders Manufact...Read

Delhi’s faulty Kashmir policy pushi...

Srinagar:Hurriyat Conference (M) paid tributes to three slain mi...Read

Closely monitoring Article 35-A dev...

Srinagar: Joint Resistance Leadership—comprising Syed Ali G...Read

Kashmir

Shopian boy slapped with PSA for 2016 agitation when h

Shopian boy slapped with PSA for 2016 agitation w...

'Rabia Noor'

'Srinagar, Feb 18:'Another youngster in Kashmir has been slapped with Public Safety Act (PSA) for allegedly involving in 2016 agitation when he was a minor. Ikhlak Ahmad Ganaie, hailing from Meemandar village of Shopian district in south Kashmir, was apprehended by police during... Read

SKUAST Wadoora students stage prote...

Sopore, February 18: Students of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural S...Read

New scheme for youth, women based S...

Srinagar, February 18: The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan t...Read

300 youth of JKPIM volunteer as sec...

Srinagar, Feb 18: Nearly three hundred youth from Jammu and Kashmir Peopl...Read

City

Students protest at Parraypora against attacks on Kash

Students protest at Parraypora against attacks on...

'Irfan Yattoo'

'Srinagar, Feb 18: 'Scores of students studying in different tuition centres Monday staged protest here at Paraypora against the attacks on Kashmiris outside the valley.At around 1.00 pm scores of students assembled in Parraypora Chowk and shouting slogans demanding justice. The ... Read

EJCC protests against harassment of...

Srinagar, Feb 18:After attacks on employees in Jammu, the Employees Join...Read

JKJCCPS calls for safety of student...

Srinagar, Feb 18: In the wake of harassment and attacks on Kashmiris stud...Read

DC Sgr urges civil society to play ...

Srinagar, Feb 18:Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Syed Abid Rasheed Shah...Read

Jammu

Lethpora attack: JCCI calls for Jammu bandh today

Lethpora attack: JCCI calls for Jammu bandh today

'Rising Kashmir News'

''The Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industries have called for a peaceful bandh on February 15 to protest against the attack on the CRPF convey in which 44 personnel died.Militants rammed an IED laden SUV to a CRPF bus near Lethpora area killing 44 CRPF men late... Read

DC Udhampur inaugurates job fair

Jammu, FEBRUARY- 14:- Over a thousand un-employed youth and students of diffe...Read

Medical, certificate distribution c...

Jammu, FEBRUARY 14:A medical cum certificate distribution camp was organiz...Read

DM imposes ban on bovine transporta...

JAMMU, FEBRUARY 14:District Magistrate Jammu on Thursday imposed a complet...Read

Editorial

Peace vitiated

Peace vitiated

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''Since the deadly suicide attack on Thursday in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed, the peace has been vitiated in J&K state and beyond. In Jammu, after the torching of vehicles and reports about attacks on residences of Kashmiris, curfew was imposed and A... Read

Students attacked

According to reports, Kashmiri students who were on a t...Read

Regulating clinical establishments

The union government has enacted the Clinical Establish...Read

Food safety during shortage

In December last year, United Nations announced the Wor...Read

Opinion

Dialogue with the Taliban: Six Questions

Dialogue with the Taliban: Six Questions

'D Suba Chandran'

''Regional Diary The six days long negotiations between the US and the Taliban last month in Doha have been termed positive. ZalmayKhalilzad, the US envoy, was reported to have stated that the Doha meeting was more productive than the previous ones, and confirme... Read

The strange power of losers

The temptation to turn history, a dignified if perhaps...Read

2008 redux: Faultlines in the after...

With reports of harassment and intimidation of Kashmiri...Read

What’s the hitch in Congress leadin...

The “ghastly” news from Kashmir did cast a ...Read

Business

Non-locals safe here, say enjoy local hospitality

Non-locals safe here, say enjoy local hospitality...

'Junaid Kathju'

'Srinagar, Feb 18: 'At a time when Kashmiris outside the valley are facing hardships following Pulwama attack in which 44 CRPF policemen were killed, non-local workforce and students in Kashmir continue to enjoy the local hospitality and are feeling safe.On Monday, a team of Risi... Read

Despite apprehensions, tourists vis...

Ganderbal: The tourists visiting Kashmir Valley particularly famou...Read

J&K Bank postpones recruitment exam...

Srinagar, Feb 18: Amid the unfolding situation within the state and in re...Read

Union civil aviation minister addre...

Srinagar:Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation ...Read

Sports

WGAJK to organise ski championship at Drass

WGAJK to organise ski championship at Drass

'Rising Kashmir News'

'Srinagar February 18:'With a view to promote snow sports at far flung areas of the state the Winter Games Association of Jammu & Kashmir is holding first-ever Divisional Ski Championship for Ladakh at Drass in which athletes from Leh and Kargil districts would take part.The ass... Read

Furnish Action Plan on creation of ...

Srinagar, Feb 16:‎The High Court has directed Secretary, Department of Yo...Read

Department of Tourism allows regist...

Srinagar, Feb 14: After setting up guidelines for travel companies, the D...Read

Sports dept's 1st skiing course con...

Gulmarg Feb 14:The Department of Youth Services and Sports J&K (DY...Read

Viewpoint

Sustenance of psychological health

Sustenance of psychological health

'Dr. EshratAra'

''Man is composed of body and soul (psyche). Both can have the condition of balance or imbalance, health or sickness. There is difference between normal and extreme emotional reactions of normal people and those whose emotionality has already become pathological... Read

Dialogue is the way forward

It is certainly not easy to talk of peace when as many ...Read

Bilal Bahadur: When ‘system’ fails ...

Bilal Bahadur, a Kashmiri photojournalist, was seriousl...Read

The Qur’ān for Today: Contemporary ...

The word “Qur’ān”, lexically means &l...Read

Responses

Jammu violence

Jammu violence

'Dear Editor,'

''This is regarding the communal violence in Jammu and the footprints of RSS and right-wing followers in the state. This is just a beginning. Jammu and Kashmir are moving in opposite directions and thanks to PDP and the unholy alliance they entered into with BJP... Read

Air fare

This is regarding the air lines charging exorbitant rat...Read

Substandard drugs

This is regarding the banning of some prescription drug...Read

Substandard drugs

This is regarding the banning of some prescription drug...Read

Book Review

A wonderful collection by a young poet

A wonderful collection by a young poet

'Reyaz Ahmad Mir'

'' The Fallen Chinar - I refuse to sink, is a small poetic collection of Mashood Rather, a young boy of eighteen years old. The book can be finished hardly in an hour but forces to think for long how a young boy has produced such a complex and serious poems on v... Read

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