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Train service remains suspended
Frequent suspension causes railways huge loss
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, Jun 21: Train services remained suspended in Kashmir on Thursday following a shutdown call given by separatist leadership of valley over the killing of Kashmir's renowned journalist Shujaat Bukhari. The senior railway officials revealed that the service was suspended after acting on the directions issued by higher authorities in view of security of the passengers. "Fearing protests at several places across south and north Kashmir we decided to suspend train service from Baramulla to Banihal. The step was taken for the safety of the passengers travelling by train," a senior police official revealed. The officials said that the service was suspended as a precautionary measure keeping in view the safety of the passengers. "We have suspended all trains running in the valley ...
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Sinha visits Shujaat's family
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 20: Former union minister Yashwant Sinha on Wednesday visited the family of Shujaat Bukhari, senior Journalist who was killed by unknown gunmen last week and expressed condolences. Reports said tt Sinha reached Kreeri in north Kashmir's Baramulla district today afternoon and met the family of Bukhari including his brother and former minister Syed Basharat Bukhari. Sinha offered his condolences to the family over the killing of Shujaat Bukhari....
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Migrant Kashmiri Pandits attend Kheer Bhawani fair
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 20: Migrant Kashmiri Pandits arrived at Mata Kheer Bhawani Shrine in Ganderbal district today to attend an annual festival. Despite speculation that a lesser number of Kashmiri Pandits would come to attend the Kheer Bhawani Mela in Tullamulla town this year, they kept their tryst with Mata Ragnya. Scenes of Hindu-Muslim brotherhood were witnessed in Tullamulla where some local Muslim residents came out to greet their Hindu brothers. Kashmiri Pandits started arriving here on Wednesday in buses from Delhi and Jammu. Some of them used their private vehicles to attend the Mela and pray for peace and prosperity at the shrine. The holiest Kashmiri Pandit shrine in Kashmir Valley, Kheer Bhawani temple is dedicated to Hindu deity Mata Ragnya, who according to Hindu beliefs came ...
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People hope innocent killings will stop under Guv’s rule
AYUSHI MALIK
SRINAGAR, Jun 19: Welcoming the fall of PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir, common people have hoped that killings of innocent people woulod come down under the Governor’s rule. There were mixed reactions to the fall of the government after BJP pulled out of the coalition government and announced withdrawal of support to PDP. “N N Vohra has the capability of restoring peace in the valley, we are glad by this recent development, coalition which has fallen apart is rather shocking after three years because it had been a formation between North Pole and South Pole which was eventually meant to break down. 2017 was a bloody year for Kashmir; there were civilian killings, what Kashmiris want is for the killing to be stopped.” says Akib Renzusha, a political activist while talki...
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'Assembly not dissolved'
New govt will be in place after some months: BJP
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 19: BJP today revealed that it will again form a government in the state after some months of governor' rule. Taking part in a TV discussion, BJP state president Ravinder Raina said,"The present assembly has not been dissolved. You will see a new government of elected representatives will be at place after some months of governor rule." He claimed that BJP had to withdraw the support to Mehbooba Mufti government due to compulsion."Our basic aim is to restore peace, rule of law and brotherhood in Kashmir. That is why governor rule is being imposed. After few months of governor rule a new government by present MLAs will be at place,"Raina said. Asked whether BJP is in touch with some PDP MLAs for their support to a BJP led government he refused to comment but added "we have...
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Search operations back in Valley; CASO launched in Bijbehara village
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 18: After a month long ceasefire, security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Wagham village of Bijbehara town in Anantnag district. The cordon was lifted after two and a half hours and during which random searches were conducted. Official sources said that search operation was launched by 3 Rashtirya Rifles of army and SOG of Jammu Kashmir Police after getting inputs about the presence of militants in the village. No contact with militants was established after which cordon was lifted. Local sources said village was brought under siege to remove militant banners, posters and pro-freedom graffiti....
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Altaf Bukhari pays homage to Guru Arjan Dev Ji on martyrdom anniversary
‘Lauds role of Sikh community in maintaining brotherhood in state’
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 17: Minister for Finance, Labour and Employment has lauded the role played by the Sikh community in maintaining the communal harmony, brotherhood in the state. The Minister was addressing the Sikh devotees at Gurdwara Shaheed Bunga Baghat, Barzulla Srinagar during the martyrdom anniversary of 5th Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan Dev Ji. The Minister appreciated the role of Sikh Community in the development and progress of the state and said the role played by the Sikh community to maintain the communal harmony is laudable. He said the members of Sikh community worked shoulder to shoulder with the Muslim brethren during tough times and stick to the values and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Bukhari also appreciated the functioning of various Sikh organizations in field of education, ...
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Javaid Mustafa sanctions ex-gratia relief for landslide victims of Kishtwar
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 17: Minister for Disaster Management, Relief, Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Floriculture, Javaid Mustafa Mir sanctioned ex-gratia relief of Rs 4 lakh each, in favour of the next of kins (NoKs) of the three persons who died in a landslide at Kishtwar on Saturday. The Bakarwal families from Pathernaki, Kishtwar got trapped after their tents came under a landslide at Shasho Pader, a forest area of Kishtwar District. All the injured were shifted to the Primary Health Centre Kerro, where three women were declared brought dead. Other injured are undergoing treatment at the District Hospital. The deceased have been identified as Zeenam wife of Farooq Ahmed, Maryam wife of Noor Ahmed and Zareena wife of Noorani. The Minister gave the directions to Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar...
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Shujaat Bukhari’s killing: JK Police under scanner
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 17 : Even as the Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the killing of journalist Syed Shujaat Bukhari, the JKP has come under scanner for alleged security lapse in the terror attack at Kashmir’s media hub. Sources said New Delhi has received a negative feedback of the performance of the state police. Sources said the police had kept a patrol vehicle for surveillance at press enclave near historic Lal Chowk but that at the time of attack on Shujaat, the armoured vehicle was not present there. “Also, there’s a team of cops in civvies who have the sole duty to report about the activities at the press enclave. But at time of the attack they are believed to have not been present there,” said a source privy to the details of alleged lapse. What...
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Geelani disallowed to offer Eid prayers: Spokesman
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 16: Police today disallowed Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani from offering Eid prayers at Eidgah here. His spokesman said Geelani was stopped outside his residence by cops when he moved for Eidgah....
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