Archive for February 2019

Stranded Kashmiris teargassed to make them feel home: Police

Feb 13th, 2019 | By

Srinagar: The J&K Police today said lathi-charge and teargas used on stranded Kashmiri passengers in Jammu city were aimed at making them feel home, and the exercise would be used liberally all along the highway, wherever they are stuck. “We have clear directions from  Raj Bhavan to make the stranded Kashmiri passengers feel home and
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After division, 300 km flyover to connect Ladakh with Jammu

Feb 12th, 2019 | By

Srinagar: Days after declaring Ladakh as a separate division, the J&K Governor S P Malik has approved construction of a 300 km long flyover to connect Jammu division with Ladakh directly bypassing Kashmir. The flyover will fly over the mountains of Kashmir, to connect Jammu with Ladakh. “There is no point in having a separate
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Shah Faesal asks donors not to send worn out socks

Feb 10th, 2019 | By

Srinagar: Kashmiri bureaucrat turned politician Shah Faesal has appealed people not to donate worn out socks and underwear for his crowdfunding campaign, as these were of no use. “It has become a nightmare. Now I have to even tip off the safaiwalla to take away hordes of worn out socks and underwear. Yorei chu kharuch
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Confirmed: Modi created wave on Dal Lake

Feb 6th, 2019 | By

New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has confirmed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi created a wave on Dal Lake in Srinagar by waving his hands at the empty lake. Thankfully, the weather office said, it hasn’t impacted the weather system drastically. “Yes, we did detect a weather system, a kind of air wave, emanating
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Days after 4 kurta claims, Kashmir parties seek CBI probe into Governor’s overcoat

Feb 5th, 2019 | By

Srinagar: Days after J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik claimed to have four kurta pyjamas only, Kashmiri political parties have sought investigation into the overcoat he was seen wearing Sunday. The Jammu & Kashmir National Conference, Peoples Democratic Party and Congress are asking India’s premier investigating agency to investigate where the light-brown overcoat flaunted by Malik
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