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J&K records Rs 4,650 crore deficit in power tariff collection: CAG.

The Jammu and Kashmir government has recorded Rs 4,650 crore deficit in collection of power tariff during the year 2015-16, a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General has said.

- Zee News - IN

Policeman shot dead in Kashmir's Kulgam district.

The official said Ahmad was riding a motorcycle to his home in Yaripora area of Kulgam.

- Zee News - IN

Police arrest 20 Panchayat members who ordered 'revenge rape' in Multan.

A search operation is underway to arrest the members of a panchayat who fled after ordering a man to rape a 17-year-old girl, police said on Wednesday.According to SHO Malik Rashid, the search operation began after two cases were registered against the members of the council at a police station inside the Violence Against ...

- DAWN - PK

Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah sent to ED custody.

Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah was today sent to seven days Enforcement Directorate custody by a Delhi court in a decade-old case of money laundering for alleged terror financing.Additional Sessions Judge Sidharth Sharma allowed the custodial interrogation of Shah, who was arrested yesterday, by the ED after the ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Girl raped in front of family on order of panchayat in Pak.

A 16-year-old girl was raped by a man in front of her family on the orders of the village council as a punishment after her brother was accused of raping the mans sister in Pakistans Punjab province, police said today.Police have arrested 20 people after the incident that took place on July 18 in Rajpur village in ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Enforcement Directorate gets 7-day custody of Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah.

Separatist leader Shabir Shah, who was arrested by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the alleged terror funding case, was on Wednesday sent to a seven-day custody. 

- Zee News - IN

'Full-timer' separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani owns properties worth crores of rupees — Complete details inside.

Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the top most Separatist of Jammu and Kashmir and his family have amassed wealth worth crores of rupees and also own benami properties.

- Zee News - IN

Encounter breaks out in J&K's Anantnag, 2-3 terrorists believed to be hiding; mobile, internet service suspended.

An encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district on Wednesday afternoon. 

- Zee News - IN

17-year-old raped on panchayat's orders in Muzaffarabad.

Police have arrested 10 people so far The post 17-year-old raped on panchayat's orders in Muzaffarabad appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

Kargil Vijay Diwas: Wreath laying ceremony held at Drass War Memorial.

Commemorating Kargil Vijay Diwas, a wreath laying ceremony was held to pay tribute to soldiers, who lost their lives in Kargil War, at the Drass War Memorial in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. On 26 July 1999, India successfully took command of the high outposts in Kargil which had been lost to Pakistani intruders. The Kargil ...

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Military court suspends life imprisonment of Army men involved in Machil fake encounter  .

Srinagar The life imprisonment of five army men convicted in the infamous Machil fake encounter has been suspended by a military court, Daily Mail reported on Monday. The report said that the accused were granted bail by the armed forces tribunal in the case related to the death of three Kashmiri civilians in 2010. The

- Kashmir Life - IN

Shabir Shah arrested, being flown to Delhi

Srinagar Secretary General of Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Geelani Shabir Shah was arrested by Enforcement Directorate from his residence in Srinagar late last night. Reports said that Shah is being flown to Delhi on Wednesday following his arrest. Police sources said ED officials “executed a non-bailable ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

If need arises, Geelani, Mirwaiz, Malik will also be arrested: NIA

Srinagar The National Investigation Agency is likely to summon top Kashmiri pro-freedom leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik for questioning in connection with alleged terror funding case, The Indian Express reported on Wednesday. The stone-pelting business in Kashmir is multi-layered. ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Umeed produces path breaking results in poverty elevation, financial inclusion

Srinagar National/ State Rural Livelihood Mission being run as 'Umeed' in Jammu and Kashmir has produced path-breaking results in poverty elevation and financial inclusion among the targeted lot and areas. Focusing on stabilization and promotion of existing livelihoods portfolio of the poor in farm and non-farm sectors, ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

PDP won elections because of Hurriyat, says Dr Farooq  

Srinagar National Conference Patron and Member of Parliament, Dr Farooq Abdullah, on Wednesday said that JK Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was hand in glove with the Hurriyat. “People's Democratic Party has won because of Hurriyat. Their stronghold lies in Southern parts of Kashmir. There lies the answer. Ask the ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Doctors Association Kashmir organises health cum screening camp for media fraternity

Srinagar Doctors Association Kashmir on Wednesday organized a health cum screening camp for Media fraternity at Mir Complex, Nowgam on the outskirts of Srinagar. Various Media personnel from different media organizations attended the camp in which routine baseline laboratory investigation, ECG,X Rays  and Ultrasonography ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Govt orders transfers, postings; Sirmrandeep posted chairperson SSB

Srinagar J&K Govt in the interest of administration, ordered following transfers and postings of IAS officers with immediate effect. Sarita Chauhan, IAS , Chairperson, Services Selection Board, has been transferred and posted as Chairman, J&K Special Tribunal, against an available vacancy. While Simrandeep Singh, IAS , ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Chinese media exposes Sino-Pak nexus on Kashmir

, July 26 : Chinese media has exposed the Sino-Pak nexus as it warned New Delhi that it can enter Kashmir on Pakistan's invitation.India has always been saying that Pakistan is fomenting trouble in Jammu and Kashmir under the Chinese patronisation.Continuing their tirade against India, the state owned Chinese media has ...

- Sify - IN

Police to file case against Panchayat members who ordered 'revenge rape' in Multan

A search operation is underway to arrest the members of a panchayat who fled after ordering a man to rape a 17-year-old girl, police said on Wednesday.According to SHO Malik Rashid, the search operation began after two cases were registered against the members of the council at a police station inside the Violence Against ...

- DAWN - PK

Indian forces arrest Shabbir Shah in Srinagar

Shah was arrested from his residence where he was under house detention for the past several years The post Indian forces arrest Shabbir Shah in Srinagar appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

Corrected - India arrests Kashmir separatists for terror funding

- Reuters - US

Kashmir: The communalisation of a political dispute

The Kashmir issue was always a political one until interested parties pushed for a communal conflict.

- Al Jazeera - QA

473 pilgrims leave for Amarnath

The devotees approach the Cave Shrine either through the traditional south Kashmir Pahalgam route or through the north Kashmir Baltal route.

- Zee News - IN

Upper, central parts of country likely to receive monsoon showers: MET

Photo: AP fileMonsoon currents are penetrating upper and central parts of the country on Wednesday, the Pakistan Meteorological Department said. A westerly wave is affecting upper parts of the country and likely to persist during the next few days.Rain and thunderstorm are expected at scattered places in Rawalpindi, ...

- Geo.tv - PK

Stone-pelting incidents: Pakistan-based JuD using WhatsApp to foment trouble in Kashmir

Seven people including Altaf Ahmed Shah, the son-in-law of hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, were arrested on July 24 by the NIA.

- Zee News - IN

Pak-based WhatsApp groups fuel J&K terror: NIA

NIA, during its analysis of social media activity of “habitual” Kashmiri stone-pelters as part of its J&K terror funding probe, found at least 28 WhatsApp groups whose creators, administrators and some members are based in Pakistan and include identified cadres of terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawah.

- Times Of India - IN

Terror funding: Separatist leader Shabir Shah held

In a late evening development, Jammu & Kashmir police on Tuesday arrested another separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah in connection with the alleged terror financing case on the instruction of the Enforcement Directorate, the official sources said.

- Times Of India - IN

India rejects OIC statement on Kashmir

New Delhi, July 25 India on Tuesday said the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has no locus standi on the country's internal affairs after the 56-member body demanded that New Delhi implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement here, India said it "notes with utmost regret that the Organisation of ...

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India rejects OIC resolutions on Kashmir

New Delhi, July 25 India on Tuesday said the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has no locus standi on the country's internal affairs after the 56-member body demanded that New Delhi implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement here, India said it "notes with utmost regret that the Organisation of ...

- Yahoo! News - US

142 terrorists killed on LoC since 2014 in Jammu & Kashmir: Govt

The Indian Army has foiled 84 infiltration bids on LoC since 2014, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

- Zee News - IN

Another separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested in J&K's Srinagar

The National Investigation Agency on Tuesday arrested another senior separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah in Srinagar in a money laundering case.

- Zee News - IN

Terror funding: Separatist leader Shabir Shah held

Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday night in connection with over a decade-old money laundering case against him for alleged terror financing.

- Times Of India - IN

NIA probe unearths how Pak uses WhatsApp to fuel terror in Kashmir

NIA, during its analysis of social media activity of “habitual” Kashmiri stone-pelters as part of its J&K terror funding probe, found at least 28 WhatsApp groups whose creators, administrators and some members are based in Pakistan and include identified cadres of terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawah.

- Times Of India - IN

Mobile call records led NIA to separatists

Aclose scrutiny of around 50 Kashmiri youths and their telephone records had led to the arrest of seven second-rung Hurriyat leaders on charges of funding violent protests.According to sources, the National Investigation Agency has been monitoring the mobile phone records of these youths for the past two months and it came ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Police arrest 6 gamblers in Srinagar

Srinagar Police has arrested six gamblers and recovered stake money of over eight thousands from the gambling site Srinagar, a statement said. Following a tip off, a police party headed by SHO Police Station Ram Munshibagh Mohammad Ishaq raided a gambling place and arrested six people while gambling. They were identified as ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Lady commits suicide in Srinagar

Srinagar An aged lady has reportedly ended her life by consuming some poisonous substance in Srinagar. A 60-year old lady identified as Gulshana Begum a resident of Somerbugh, Srinagar consumed some poisonous substance at her home. She was shifted to SMHS hospital where she breathed her last. A case FIR number 78/2017 under ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Kashmiris are becoming 'guinea pigs' for acts of separatists: Ram Madhav

Srinagar A day after 7 Hurriyat leaders were arrested for allegedly funding Kashmir unrest', BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav said that in Kashmir Valley, the agitation against the security forces which turns out to be violent could be partially spontaneous, but it is largely sponsored by separatists. They get ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

51 Sheep washed away due to cloudburst in Tral

Srinagar In an unfortunate incident, fifty one sheep died due to cloudburst in Tral meadows a couple of days ago in Pulwama district. According to the local sources the clouds bursted and hit Nagabaren area, some 30 KMs from Tral town on afternoon of 23rd July. The sheep that died in the incident belonged to

- Kashmir Life - IN

Rs 1 Cr recovered from power defaulters, 600 FIRs registered: PDD

Srinagar A spokesman of the Power Development Department has denied the news items which appeared in a section of press regarding alleged pilferage of electricity. He said necessary steps are already in place to arrest the tendency, if present. The spokesman further said that 600 FIRs have been lodged against those who have ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Respect the institution of an MLA: Omar Abdullah to government

Srinagar National Conference Working President and MLA Beerwah, Omar Abdullah on Tuesday asked PDP BJP government to respect the institution of an MLA and help facilitate the development works in their respective areas. In a day long interaction with district administrative officers, Omar Abdullah highlighted the various ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Chief Secretary chairs Forest Advisory Committee meeting, 10 proposals cleared

Srinagar The Forest Advisory Committee headed by Chief Secretary, B B Vyas Tuesday met at the Civil Secretariat here today and cleared 10 proposals of urgent developmental and public importance. Administrative Secretaries of the departments of Planning, Forest, Ecology & Environment, Public Works, PHE and I&FC, Principal ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Mehbooba sees off first batch of Hajj pilgrims

Srinagar The process of leaving for performing Hajj this year commenced from today with the first batch from the State leaving for the blessed land early morning today. Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti led the State administration in giving a warm send off to the first batch at Srinagar airport. She met the intending pilgrims ...

- Kashmir Life - IN

Indian troops arrest seven Kashmiri separatists

Federal agents swoop on members of Hurriyat movement in raids across New Delhi and Kashmir The post Indian troops arrest seven Kashmiri separatists appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

India rejects Organisation of Islamic Cooperation`s resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, terms them `misleading`

India on Tuesday reacted strongly to OIC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir during its foreign ministers' meet recently.

- Zee News - IN

OIC's resolutions on Kashmir misleading: MEA

- Times Of India - IN

NIA arrests two from Uttar Pradesh in terror funding case

The National Investigation Agency on Tuesday arrested two more people in connection with its probe into Pakistan`s terror funding in the Kashmir Valley, officials said.

- Zee News - IN

Trade between Srinagar, Muzaffarabad suspended

Pakistani authorities gave no reasons for suspending the trade that takes place from Tuesday to Friday every week.  

- Zee News - IN

Batch of 678 pilgrims leaves for Amarnath from Jammu

The number of pilgrims visiting Amarnath this year has crossed last year's figures and 2,44,263 yatris had 'darshan' at the Holy cave shrine.

- Zee News - IN

7 separtist leaders arrested in charges of funding protests

Close scrutiny of around 50 Kashmiri youth, who were repeatedly spotted at stonepelting protests, and their telephone records led to the arrest of seven second-rung Hurriyat leaders on charges of funding violent protests.Sources said the National Investigation Agency has been monitoring the mobile phone records of these ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

In Pictures: First batch of 840 Hajj pilgrims leave for Medina

Srinagar The first batch of 840 Hajj pilgrims from Jammu & Kashmir left for Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage. Hundreds of people who had assembled outside the Hajj house in Bemina Srinagar accorded a warm send off to the first batch of Haj pilgrims and wished them a safe journey

- Kashmir Life - IN

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