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Bodies of two JeM militants buried in North Kashmir Gantamullu Barmulla

Srinagar, March 25: Two Jaish-e-Mohammad militants of Pakistan who were killed in Anantnag district were buried at Gantamullah area of Sheeri in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district Saturday night – where foreign militants are laid to rest in the Valley. Official sources told GNS that the bodies of the slain militants were buried with the help of local Auqaf committee at Gantmullah area of Sheeri late Saturday night. A police officer confirmed that both the foreign militants were buried in the area. The slain militants were killed in a brief gunfight on the intervening night of March 23/24 at Shestergam area of Dooru in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district. (GNS)

Srinagar, March 25: A Militant who was killed in Budgam village in an overnight encounter identified as Shafat Hussain Wani son of Late Mohammad Akbar Wani, a resident of Wagoora, Kreeri in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

Srinagar, March 25: A Militant who was killed in Budgam village in an overnight encounter identified as Shafat Hussain Wani son of Late Mohammad Akbar Wani, a resident of Wagoora, Kreeri in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

Shafat, a BA, BED Student was active since one year, he was running a Kiryaan Shop in his native village before he joined militancy ranks, Shafat as per his family was in his 30’s and was working as a teacher in a private educational institute before joining militant ranks.

Locals reports said that people in large numbers started visiting towards slain militant’s home, amid pro-freedom sloganeering in the area.

Police have deployed its men as well as para-military CRPF in the Wagoora as a precautionary measure to maintain “law and order problem”.

Meanwhile, authorities suspended internet services in parts of Baramulla soon after news of Shafat’s killing spread.

SSP Budgam Tejinder Singh said that police was waiting for family and would hand over the body once they co…

Photo of Sehrai’s son with Ak-47 goes viral on social networking sites DGP urges Sehari to appeal his son to return

Srinagar, Mar 24 (KNS): Hours after Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH) chairman, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai’s family lodged a missing report at Police station Sadder regarding his son, the photograph of Junaid Ahmad Khan (Sehrai) posing with the AK47 rifle went viral on the social networking site.

Police official told Kashmir News Service (KNS) that Sehrai’s son Rafiq Ahmad Khan on Saturday afternoon came to police station Saddar and informed police that his brother is missing since Friday.
Sources close to Sehrai family said Junaid Ashraf Khan, MBA pass out from Kashmir university left for Friday prayers near his house in Baghat locality and has not returned since. The family waited for his return but when he did not reach home, they approached the police.
Terming this incident as “unfortunate”, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Shesh Paul Vaid urged Sehrai to appeal his son to shun gun.
Talking to KNS, S.P Vaid said that it is very unfortunate that Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai’s son has joined m…

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Two Militants have been killed in the Dooru Encounter which began late night in the South Kashmir Locality on Friday.

Officials have confirmed the identity of the Slain Militants to The Kashmiriyat as Asif Nasir Malik of Khargund Verinag while another Militant is believed to be a foreigner.
The local Militant as per unofficial Sources is Hyder from Pakistan.
Massive clashes have erupted in many areas, Locals told The Kashmiriyat.
More Militants are believed to be hiding in the area, Officials said.
The Bodies of the militants have been handed over to the Local Police Station.

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Speedy Sumo kills traffic cop in Baramulla Driver arrested, vehicle seized

Baramulla, Mar 22 (KNS): A traffic cop was killed in a road accident at Kanispora area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Thursday.
According to the KNS correspondent Manzoor Sheeri, a traffic cop identified as Mohammad Dilawar son of Wali Mohammad of Zinker Rafiabad was hit by a speedy sumo at Kanispora near Mirza Auto mobile when he was doing his professional duty, however he was rushed to District Hospital Baramulla where he succumbed to his injuries.
In this regard police has registered a case, however added that driver has been arrested and sumo has been seized. (KNS)

Those raising ISIS flags in Kashmir are helping New Delhi: Sehrai ‘These youth tell the world we are extremists and deserve to be killed’

Azadi camp in Kashmir does not have a global agenda and has nothing to do with the Desh and its ideology, Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai  told after succeeding Syed Ali Shah Geelani as the new Tehreek-i-Hurriyat chairman.
“Some elements are creating confusion among masses by raising ISIS flags at the funeral of militants. We have kept a close watch on them, and will soon chart out a plan to stop them after TeH elections,” Sehrai said, citing the hoisting of ISIS flags at the funeral of Soura youth Muhammad Eisa Fazili. Like us on Facebook and Use app button to Download our official Android Radio app Sehrai, however, expressed concern over the “ISIS thinking” finding resonance among a section of youth. “It could be the handiwork of agencies keen to defame the Kashmir movement and undermine its indigenous character,” he said. “Our agenda is simple. We only want Kashmir to be free from Indian occupation. Nothing else”.   Hurriyat leader said that there was no role in Kashmir for the organisations wi…

Cambridge Analytica execs boast of role in getting Donald Trump elected Execs from firm at heart of Facebook data breach say they used ‘unattributable and untrackable’ ads, according to undercover exposed

Senior executives from the firm at the heart of Facebook’s data breach boasted of playing a key role in bringing Donald Trump to power and said they used “unattributable and untrackable” advertising to support their clients in elections, according to an undercover expose.

In secretly recorded conversations, Cambridge Analytica’s CEO, Alexander Nix, claimed he had met Trump “many times”, while another senior member of staff said the firm was behind the “defeat crooked Hillary” advertising campaign.
We just put information into the bloodstream of the internet and then watch it grow, give it a little push every now and again over time to watch it take shape,” said the executive. “And so this stuff infiltrates the online community, but with no branding, so it’s unattributable, untrackable.” Caught on camera by an undercover team from Channel 4 News, Nix was also dismissive of Democrats on the House intelligence committee, who had questioned him over Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign. Seni…

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India warns Facebook, Zuckerberg of action over data breach

The warning comes amid reports that a data analytics firm that worked with US President Donald Trump''s election team allegedly harvested millions of Facebook profiles of US voters to influence their choice at the ballot box.

ہلمت پورہ کپوارہ میں خون ریز معرکہ، 4جنگجو جا ں بحق

کپوارہ//شمالی کشمیر کے سرحدی ضلع کپوارہ کے ہلمت پورہ علاقہ میں  ایک خونریز جھڑپ کے دوران 4جنگجو جاں بحق ہوئے،بتایا جاتا ہے کہ گولیوں کے تبادلے میں چند فورسز اہلکار بھی زخمی ہوئے ہیں۔پولیس کا کہنا ہے کہ منگل کی دو پہر فوج کی41راشٹریہ رائفلز ،160ٹی اے اور سپیشل آ پریشن گروپ (ایس او جی ) کپوارہ نے ایک مصدقہ اطلاع ملنے پر کپوارہ قصبہ سے4کلو میٹر دور ہلمت پورہ کے فتح خان چک کے جنگلی علاقہ کا محاصرہ کیا ۔فوج کو اطلاع ملی تھی کہ اس علاقہ میں 4سے5جنگجو چھپے بیٹھے ہیں ۔پولیس کا کہنا ہے کہ جونہی فوج نے جنگجوئو ں کی تلاش شروع کی تو وہاں پر چھپے بیٹھے جنگجوئوں نے فوج پر فائر نگ کی جس کے جواب میں فوج نے بھی فوری طور کارروائی شروع کی ۔ طرفین کے درمیان زور دار فائرنگ کے نتیجے میں علاقہ کے لوگ خوف زدہ ہوئے ۔فوج نے علاقے کے تمام راستے سیل کردیئے اور جنگجوئوں کے ممکنہ فرار کے راستے بند کردیئے۔جھڑپ کے بعد فوج کی بھاری جمعیت کو روانہ کیا گیا اور ایک وسیع علاقہ کو گھیرے میں لیا گیا۔ گولیو ں کا تبادلہ کافی دیر تک جاری رہا۔جھڑپ کے دوران 4جنگجو جا ں بحق ہوئے جبکہ فوج کے کئی اہلکار زخمی ہونے کی اطلاع ہے۔پویس…

Peshawar Zalmi, Karachi Kings face off for a place in PSL final March 21, 2018

A wet outfield at the Gaddafi Stadium delayed the start of the second eliminator between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings on Wednesday.
Peshawar Zalmi beat Quetta Gladiators in a last-ball thriller last night, cementing their place in the second eliminator of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018 against Karachi Kings. Today's winner will book a place against Islamabad United in the final, to be played in Karachi on March 25. Peshawar go into today’s match with skipper Darren Sammy still trying to recover from a leg injury, and will be without opener Tamim Iqbal, who is also battling a knee injury. Karachi are without star all-rounder Shahid Afridi who is out due to a knee injury. The team will also not have the services of recovering skipper Imad Wasim, and will be led by Mohammad Amir. The two teams played each other twice during the group stages of the tournament, with Karachi Kings winning the first match by five wickets and Peshawar Zalmi winning the second by 44 runs.

Trump Hacked the Media Right Before Our Eyes

Let’s get one thing straight: I am not a fan of Facebook. I’m confident that social media is a cancer on our private lives and a source of derangement in our politics. I take it for granted that the tech barons are acquiring the power to tilt elections, and that they’ll be happy to play handmaidens to tyrants soft and hard so long as they can monetize our data. I take a certain mordant pleasure in watching Mark Zuckerberg and his minions scapegoated for the political failures of late-Obama-era liberalism.
But the liberal establishment’s fixation on Facebook’s 2016 sins — first the transmission of fake news and now the exploitation of its data by the Trump campaign or its appendages — still feels like a classic example of blaming something new because it’s new when it’s the old thing that mattered more. Or of blaming something new because you thought that “new” meant “good,” that the use of social-media data by campaigns would always help tech-savvy liberals and not their troglodytic ri…

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Facebook’s Role in Data Misuse Sets Off Storms on Two Continents

WASHINGTON — Facebook on Sunday faced a backlash about how it protects user data, as American and British lawmakers demanded that it explain how a political data firm with links to President Trump’s 2016 campaign was able to harvest private information from more than 50 million Facebook profiles without the social network’s alerting users.
The calls for greater scrutiny followed reports on Saturday in The New York Times and The Observer of London that Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm founded by Stephen K. Bannon and Robert Mercer, the wealthy Republican donor, had used the Facebook data to develop methods that it claimed could identify the personalities of individual American voters and influence their behavior. The firm’s so-called psychographic modeling underpinned its work for the Trump campaign in 2016, though many have questioned the effectiveness of its techniques. But Facebook did not inform users whose data had been harvested. The lack of disclosure could violate laws …

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