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Militants Strike Ahead Of Modi’s Visit; 11 CRPF Men Injured In Grenade Attack

By News Desk Suspected militants on Thursday tossed a grenade at a paramilitary CRPF installation in Khayam area of summer capital Srinagar, resulting in injuries to eleven personnel. The grenade was lobbed at the Ikhwan hotel in old Srinagar today evening, CRPF said. A spokesman said that the attack took place at 82 battalion CRPF lodged

Forced To Attend Modi’s Kashmir Rally: Dailywagers

Scores of daily rated workers from South Kashmir’s Pulwama district Thursday alleged that the government has been forcing them to attend Narendra Modi’s rally in Srinagar on November 7. A group of daily rated workers working in different departments like Agriculture, Horticulture, Forest, Fisheries, Labour and Animal Husbandry from Pulwama district told CNS that Directors

Jamia Chalo: Curfew-Like Restrictions To Be Imposed In Srinagar

By News Desk Curfew-like restrictions will remain in force in areas falling under administrative jurisdiction of five police stations of old Srinagar city and Maisuma in uptown Srinagar tomorrow, police said. An official said that the restrictions will remain in force on Friday from dawn to dusk in view of the proposed ‘solidarity rally’ called

Right-Wing Rises: Freedom Under Threat In India, Says Pak Daily

The “rise of the right-wing” in India could have toxic effects regionally, said a leading Pakistani daily, which warned that alarm bells are ringing and “India needs to reaffirm its commitment to pluralism and diversity”. An editorial “Intolerance in India” in the Dawn said: “Freedom is under threat in India and many of its right-thinking

United Nations Welcomes Indo-Pak Talks

BY News Desk The United Nations Saturday welcomed the meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi in the Russian city of Ufa. It called the talks between the two leader as a positive development. This was stated by a spokesman of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon while talking to media men at the

UN Vote: Palestine Blames India’s ‘Burgeoning Military Ties With Israel’

By Syed Basit Bukhari Palestine has blamed India’s “burgeoning military relationship with Israel” for her abstention from a vote against the Jewish country at the United Nations, a media report said today. The Palestinian Ambassador to India, Adnan Abu Alhaija, told Hindu newspaper that India’s decision has been “affected” by its “burgeoning military relationship with