Monthly Archives: November 26, 2016

Life Returns To Normal In Kashmir Valley

Normalcy in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday as the separatists called off the ongoing protest shutdown for two days. Shops, public transport, other businesses, banks, post offices and government offices started functioning normally as traffic snarls marked return of normalcy. In their last weekly protest calendar that the separatists have been issuing for over four

Rains Likely To Lash Kashmir Valley On Nov 25

After a long spell of dry weather, Valley is likely to receive light rainfall on 25th and 26th November. The lower reaches of the valley will receive light rainfall while there is a forecast of snowfall in upper reaches on 25th and 26th of November,” Director MET, Sonum Lotus, told us. He said, “The visibility will

Hurriyat Issues New Protest Calendar, Full Day Relaxation On Sat & Sun

The joint separatist leadership on Wednesday extended the shutdown until December 1. However, they have called for full-day relaxation on Saturday and Sunday. The leaders have also called for dusk to dawn (4pm to 7am) relaxation on Wednesday and Thursday. Here is the protest calendar: Friday, November 25 (No Relaxation) Freedom Prayers Freedom Prayers at

JK bank robbed in Budgam, Police Launches Manhunt To Nab Culprits

Police has launched a massive manhunt to arrested the culprits who have robbed the J&K bank in Budgam, this afternoon. Today in the afternoon, four masked gunman entered into the J&K Bank, branch Malpora, Chrar-i-Sharief in District Budgam and robbed an amount of Rs. 12,45240 from the Bank. Budgam police has registered a case FIR

Yasin Malik Visits Burhan’s Family In Tral

To avoid police barricades and arrest, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) said that the party chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik on Monday started his journey towards Tral during night hours and reached Tral before Fajr prayers. In a statement issued to KNS, the spokesman said that Malik straight away went to the residence of ‘great

Kashmir : Heavy Rush Of Vehicles, Pedestrians Witnessed Across Kashmir

On 130th day of mass uprising, a shutdown was observed across Kashmir Valley during which situation largely remained peaceful and a huge number of vehicles and pedestrian hit the roads across the region. Most of the shops, commercial establishments, educational institutes and other offices were closed across the Srinagar. Heavy movement of private vehicles, auto-rickshaws,

Four Structures Damaged In Fire Across Kashmir

Four structures were damaged in different fire incidents across the valley. Fire broke out in the residential house of Jan Mohammad Sofi resident of Saidpora Eidgah in the jurisdiction of Police Station Safa Kadal Srinagar, resulting in damage to the house. Fire was brought under control by fire tenders. Fire broke out in the residential