In 56 days, 200 persons booked under PSA, over 2000 arrested BREAKING NEWS KASHMIR SRINAGAR WORLD 

In 56 days, 200 persons booked under PSA, over 2000 arrested

Officials say more arrests on cards as ‘many trouble-makers still on the run’ In 56 days, 200 persons booked under PSA, over 2000 arrestedRepresentational Pic More than 200 persons have been booked under Public Safety Act across Kashmir and over 2000 arrested, in a major crackdown by police across the region, amid ongoing uprising that entered its 56th day on Friday. Information accessed by Greater Kashmir reveals that against 210 PSA dossiers prepared by police in different districts, the State Home Department has cleared at least 180 PSA orders. “While…

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Geelani asks all ‘stakeholders’ to avoid incoming delegation

Srinagar, Sept 02: Hurriyat (G) Chairman, Syed Ali Geelani Friday asked all the stakeholders to refrain from holding talks with the All Part Delegation (APD) visiting Kashmir on September 4. The delegation will be led by Home Minister Rajnath Singh and includes some top faces who have been advocating talks with Kashmiri separatists like CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury and Chief of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen Asaduddin Owaisi. “The Indian parliamentary delegation is coming to Kashmir after passing a resolution that Kashmir an integral part of India, therefore this delegation neither has…

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Love knows no boundaries: Srinagar cop ties knot with Muzaffarabad girl BREAKING NEWS KASHMIR PAKISTAN SRINAGAR WORLD 

Love knows no boundaries: Srinagar cop ties knot with Muzaffarabad girl

By Press Trut f India. Published at: Sep 03, 2016 Srinagar : A young police officer from Kashmir has tied the knot with a girl from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as cross-Line of Control bonds blossomed at a time when the state police grappled with pro-Pakistan protests in the Valley. Owais Geelani, a sub-inspector with the Jammu and Kashmir police, married Faiza Geelani, a resident of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, at a function where only the groom’s close relatives and friends were in attendance due to the ongoing unrest. The marriage was…

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Gilgit-Baltistan CM criticises Modi’s remarks

He said Prime Minister Modi was under pressure due to the situation in Kashmir and his “anxiety has increased due to successful execution of the CPEC”. Gilgit-Baltistan CM criticises Modi’s remarksFile Photo Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Hafizur Rehman today criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks on alleged human rights situation in PaK and Balochistan. Addressing a conference on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), he said Modi’s remarks were a “manifestation of growing Indian frustration over cooperation between China and Pakistan.” “India feels isolated in the region after the CPEC as part of…

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The Seven Resolutions of Kashmir, Which one you Wish or Favour?

n 1947-8 India and Pakistan fought their first war over Jammu and Kashmir. Under United Nations’ supervision, they agreed to a ceasefire along a line which left one-third of the state – comprising what Pakistan calls Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and the Northern Areas administered by Pakistan and two-thirds, Jammu, Ladakh and the Kashmir Valley, administered by India. In 1972, under the terms of the Simla agreement, the ceasefire line was renamed the Line of Control. Although India claims that the entire state is part of India, it has been…

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