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Rajnath Singh sends message of peace to Kashmir on occasion of Eid

Rajnath Singh sends message of peace to Kashmir on occasion of Eid

Rajnath Singh sends message of peace to Kashmir on occasion of Eid. Calling for an end to violence in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued a special message of peace and brotherhood on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.In his video message, Singh said, “I heartily wish Eid Mubarak to all my Kashmiri brothers

‘Four arrested for fuelling unrest in Kashmir’

Srinagar: Police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested four persons, including two members of Pakistan-based Tehreek-i-Jehad-i-Islami (TJI) militant group from Baramulla district, who were allegedly fuelling unrest in Kashmir. “Four persons including two active members of a militant organisation have been arrested. They were paid money during their visit to Pakistan for fuelling and sustaining

J&K dismisses employees for inciting unrest

Srinagar:  The Jammu and Kashmir government has issued orders to dismiss over a dozen of its employees for their alleged involvement in the ongoing unrest, a top official said on Thursday. “Reports on their anti-national activities prepared by the state police were forwarded to the Chief Secretary, who then directed respective heads of departments to

Kashmir issue ‘main cause of unrest’ in region: Sharif

Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said Pakistan is ready for talks with India if New Delhi was serious to resolve the Kashmir issue which, he said, is the “main cause of unrest” in the region. Pakistan had offered talks on outstanding issues several times but India did not reciprocate, he told reporters in Baku,

Unrest in Kashmir will alienate people further: Opposition to PM

New Delhi: As curfew continued for the 46th day in Srinagar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met a delegation of opposition parties from Kashmir who warned that a continuing law and order problem and unrest in the state will only alienate the people further. The delegation — led by former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah —

Oppn delegation from J-K meets Prez, seeks his intervention

New Delhi:  As the unrest in Kashmir entered the 43rd day, leaders of opposition parties from Jammu and Kashmir led by Omar Abdullah today knocked at the doors of President Pranab Mukherjee, requesting him to urge the Centre in finding a solution “politically”. With no signs of peace returning to the Valley, Omar, working President

Curfew imposed in US city after unrest

Washington: A night curfew was imposed for teenagers in the US city of Milwaukee following two nights of violence over the fatal police shooting of a black man. The mayor of Milwaukee, Tom Barrett, imposed the 10 p.m. curfew in the city, located in the state of Wisconsin, starting on Monday night in a bid to

Breaking: Chinab valley observes bandh over Kashmir unrest

Jammu: A partial to complete bandh was witnessed in three districts of Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban in Chenab Valley today to express solidarity with protesters killed in clashes with security forces in Kashmir Valley. The bandh was observed in Kishtwar and Doda including Bhaderwah, Banihal and Thathri towns, police officials said. Protests were also held last

Breaking: Valmiki members rampage protest forced people to shut shops

Jalandhar: Even though Micheal mishra movie has been banned in punjab, Some members of valmiki tiger force are not putting an end to this tension. Shops were closed after people raged slogans against the movie. According to sources, A loudspeaker was used for ordering people for closing their shops, even the SHO Jivan Singh was