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1.India has no moral right to use ‘military might’ against legal rights of ‘subjugated’ Kashmiris: Geelani


‘Even non muslims recognize Quran as the ultimate word of Almighty Allah’; Says Yasin Malik
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2.Altaf Bukhari visits Kursoo Rajbagh


Takes on sport review of progress on CRF project

3.Elevations at J&K Bank, 18 officers promoted as Presidents, Vice Presidents


Chairman congratulates newly elevated executives

4.Rana seeks 70 percent jobs for J&K state subjects in central government departments, PSUs


‘State subjects of JK should get adequate openings in central government departments’

5.Work on Lach-Drungsoo Bridge hits farming activities in Audoora area


Authorities turn a deaf ear to public outcry

6.Waheed Para visits play fields and SFA in Leh


Sports council to extend special programs for ladakh region

7.Youth unrest is real challenge being faced by state: Bhat


Interacts with various deputations

 Vice-chairman of Muslim Waqf Board and senior PDP leader Nizamuddin Bhat said that youth of Kashmir need to be made aware about the evolution of state's splendid ethos and culture through a concerted campaign to pre-empt the steep decline of values and institutions of social importance.
8.JRL calls for shutdown on Tuesday in Shopian


Remembers ‘gruesome’ incident of murder, rape of Asiya, Nilofer

Joint resistance leadership called shutdown on Tuesday 29th May in *Shopian* and its surroundings against double murder and rape of Asiya and Nilofer.
9.Congress pays floral tributes to Jawaharlal Nehru on his 54th death anniversary


Describes him as an architect of Modern India

10.If India is serious in talks it must engage all parties of dispute: JKDFP


‘Kashmiris have always maintained that all disputes are to be resolved through dialogue’

Reacting to Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement about talks, Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP) today said that Kashmiris have always maintained that all disputes are to be resolved through dialogue however the dialogue process has its necessities which are a must to complete so as to make the process result oriented.

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