Papers are giving prominent coverage to the Indian army's decision to start court martial proceedings against six soldiers over their involvement in the alleged staged killings in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir cricket team participating in the domestic Ranji Trophy championship was woken up at their hotel in Jammu on Tuesday night and questioned for hours by the police who were reportedly looking for a suspected militant.
Fails To Take Action Against Officials Appointed In Violation Of Norms
Srinagar, Dec 25: The J&K’s Health department has failed to take action against at least five to six officials including the Block Medical Officers for making illegal recruitments in Beerwah block of Budgam district between 2005 to 2010.
A local court in Kolkata has sentenced two Kashmir youth to life imprisonment after both of them had already spent 10 years in jail under Arms Act.
Valley imagery strikes chord with major US group
By KHURRAM RASOOL/Kashmir Reader
SRINAGAR: A young Kashmiri artist has been selected by a prestigious US-based organization to showcase her work abroad, shoulder-to-shoulder with upcoming geniuses in the fine and performing arts.
‘Omar Abdullah is not in a position to take action against killers’
Srinagar, July 01: Syed Ali Geelani while terming the statement issued by forces as ridiculous said that such announcements are being made to quell anger and pacify the aggravated sentiments of people and added that authorities are not sincere and no probe would be initiated nor punishment will be awarded to perpetrators.
Clashes on second consecutive day in Bandipora, many injured
Curfew imposed in Hajin, Sumbal, Naidkhai
Srinagar, June 01 (KNS): A complete shutdown was observed in valley against the killing of two youth allegedly by Army in north Kashmir’s Sumbal area.
Media disgorges opinion in language that is often superficial in analytical value and even incendiary in temperament - GOOD POLITICS BAD POLITICS - SIDDIQ WAHID Kashmir witnessed one of the more lethal attacks by militants in recent memory. An unspecified number of them attacked a military convoy plying along a road that is a major traffic artery in Srinagar.
Srinagar: Suspected militants today fired at an Army convoy near Bemina, on the outskirts of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir.
News agency Press Trust of India says that two Army jawans have reportedly been injured in the firing, which happened a day ahead of Prime Minister's visit to the state.
SRINAGAR: Terrorists struck in the heart of the city killing two policemen in the crowded Hari Singh high street, three days ahead of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Jammu and Kashmir.
The annual Amarnath Yatra is facing a militant threat and the government is making all efforts to ensure security of the pilgrims, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said on Wednesday.
German based company launches economical medical equipments
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