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KNS DIN BHAR 7 April News Headlines By Taseer Afzal

Salman Khan now (Qaidi no 106 ) case LIVE Updates: Jodhpur court grants bail to ‘Sultan’ of Bollywood

Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case verdict Live Updates: In his arguments, defence counsel Mahesh Bora said there were various loopholes in the investigation and argued that no investigation in any of the cases of poaching proved that Salman used firearms. He also said that the eyewitness in the case was not reliable. Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case verdict Live Updates: The Jodhpur district and sessions court announced its verdict on a bail plea filed by Salman Khan today at 3 pm. Jodhpur sessions court has given bail to Bollywood actor Salman Khan! The matter was heard by the district and sessions court on Friday but the verdict was reserved till Saturday. In his arguments, defence counsel Mahesh Bora said there were various loopholes in the investigation and argued that no investigation in any of the cases of poaching proved that Salman used firearms. He also said that the eyewitness in the case was not reliable. The magistrate Ravindra Kumar Joshi sought the record of the case…

Thousands attend funeral prayers of slain militant in Pulwama village Authorities have imposed strict restrictions in the district

Pulwama, Apr 07 (KNS): Thousands of people Saturday morning throng Delipira village of Pulwama district and attended the funeral prayers of militant Mussavir Wani killed Friday this week in a brief shootout in Kangan area of the district.
According to the KNS, thousands, including women and children, participated in the funeral prayers which were held at Industrial Estate, Delipora.
Meanwhile, authorities have imposed strict restrictions in the district. Clashes were reported from several areas of the district. (KNS)

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AMU Students Union condemns use of Force in Kashmir, Calls end to pellet guns and AFSPA

Friday, AMU Students Union organised a Protest March at Aligarh Muslim University against the killings in Kashmir and called upon the Indian Government to   end use of pellets guns and laws like AFSPA.

Students unanimously passed a resolution condemning the use of force in Kashmir, calling an end to curbs on democratic means of public protests and asked Indian Govt. to engage in a political dialogue for the resolution of Kashmir.

Secretary AMUSU, Fahad said that PM should walk the track of embracing the people of Kashmir through dialogue and democratic means, and the state should end militaristic approach against the Muslims of Kashmir.

Vice President, AMU Students Union, Sajad Subhan Rather said, "India has liberated itself from British and it must value the people's freedom in Kashmir as well, and fulfil the promises made to people of Kashmir. He condemned the use of pellets guns and called end to black laws like AFSPA and PSA in the state.

Research Scholar, Waseem addressed th…

Kashmir on Friday observed a complete shut down against the recent killings of militants and civilians.

Srinagar, Apr 06 (KNS): Kashmir on Friday observed a complete shut down against the recent killings of militants and civilians.

In parts of Kashmir Valley, the curfew-like situation was imposed. All the educational and commercial establishments were closed and traffic remained off the roads. However, the very restricted vehicular movement was visible on uptown Srinagar.
The historic Jamia Masjid in the old city of Srinagar was locked down by the government to bar people from offering mandatory congregational prayers here.
Amid restrictions in old city areas, all four gates of the Jamia Masjid remained locked today as a precautionary measure.
Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), on Thursday, had called for peaceful protests after Friday’s congregational prayers against the recent killings in Kashmir.
At least 20 people lost their lives during the separate encounters that include 13 militants, four civilians, and three Army troopers.
The government on Thursday evening has decided to suspend the…

Kashmir observes shut down against killings

Srinagar, Apr 06 : Kashmir on Friday observed complete shut down against the recent killings of militants and civilians.

In parts of Kashmir Valley, the curfew like situation was imposed. All the commercial establishments were closed and traffic remained off the roads. However the very restricted vehicular movement was visible on uptown Srinagar.

A militant was killed in an encounter in Kangan area of Pulwama in south Kashmir on Friday.

A police official said that two AK-47 assault rifles were recovered from the slain militant.  The identity of the militant is yet to be ascertained, police said.
Search operation still going in the area, they said.
Meanwhile, clashes erupted in the area soon after the news brike that militants were trapped in the encounter.Source

Sessions Court to pronounce order on Salman Khan's bail application on Saturday

The actor was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday and slapped with a fine of ₹10000 in a blackbuck poaching case.
A Sessions Court in Jodhpur will pronounce on Saturday its order on the bail application of actor Salman Khan, who was sentenced to five years in jail in a blackbuck poaching case. The court heard arguments on suspension of the sentence on Friday and summoned records from the Chief Judicial Magistrate's court, which had handed down the punishment on Thursday.

A throat Slit Body of man who was abducted two days back at Bonikhan Mohalla of Hajin area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district was recovered here on today.

Bandipora, Apr 06 (KNS): A throat Slit Body of man who was abducted two days back by suspected militants at Bonikhan Mohalla of Hajin area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district was recovered here on today.

SSP Bandipora Zulfikar told KNS that this morning we  have recovered the body with throat slit at Bonikhan Mohalla of Hajin town. Deceased was identified as Manzoor Ahmad Bhat son of Abdul Gaffer Bhat.
Pertinently days back militants belonging to LeT outfit abducted Manzoor Ahmad along his Father. 
However, Abdul Gaffar Bhat was successful to escape from them and sustaining injuries after injured with sharp knives. (KNS)


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‘Those spreading rumours, fake news on social networking sites to face tough legal action’: IGP

Srinagar, Apr 05 (KNS): The Kashmir Police Chief Thursday said that police would initiate legal action against those spreading fake news on social networking sites.

Swayam Prakash  Pani, Inspector General of Police Kashmir told KNS over phone that an FIR (first investigation report) can be filed under law against a social media group’s administrator (admin) if malicious information or rumours,  is circulated on social media group.

Pani said that SSPs have been directed to identify and initiate legal action against such groups. “The process in this regard has been initiated,” he maintained.

The statement of the IGP Kashmir comes after police filed an FIR on Thursday against two facebook pages for spreading rumours regarding the death of a student in Handwara area of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

The Kashmir Police Chief further said that it has been seen many times fake news and rumours unfortunately spreading over platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook cause tensions to flare up.

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JRL calls for protest against killings on Friday Urges Imams to raise voice against ‘ongoing severe repression’

Srinagar, Apr 04 (KNS): Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik Thursday urged people across the State to stage peaceful protests across Jammu and Kashmir on April 6 after Friday prayers against the recent killings in Shopian and Kangan and another wave of ‘terror’ let loose by the forces across Kashmir.
JRL in a joint statement issued to KNS, said these peaceful protests will also be expression of solidarity with the people of Shopian, Tral and Islamabad and to again focus world attention towards the ‘genocide of Kashmir’s young lot by trigger-happy forces’.
The leadership, who have been ‘caged’ in their own houses and in prisons, urged the Imams of all the Masjids and shrines across Kashmir to raise strong voice against the ongoing severe repression in Kashmir and to seek people’s unanimous support for the resolution framed by the JRL and to pass the same as well.
“The resolution will be presented in all mosques for pe…

Amid protests in Tral, Palhalan normalcy restored in valley Train service resumes in Kashmir after 4 days

Srinagar, Apr 05 (KNS): Amid protests in Tral and Palhallan areas in south and north Kashmir, normal life resumed after four days of continuous shutdown. Reports emanating from North and South Kashmir said stone-pelting protests triggered shutdown in Tral area of Pulwama and Palhallan in Baramulla district.

Authorities had already ordered opening of educational institutions in Kashmir except Shopian district and few other areas where they apprehended protests.
Train service resumed on Thursday after remaining suspended where Joint resistance Leadership(JRL) had called the two-day strike from Monday followed by “Shopian Chalo” to express solidarity with the families of those killed on Sunday.
Public transport and private vehicles also plied after three day hiatus. Commercial establishments and offices also opened.
However, Kangan area of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district remained tense where a youth was killed on Tuesday. Public transport also remained off the roads in the area, while p…

CM reaches Kangan, meets Gowher's family Says, civilian killings won't be tolerated at any cost

Srinagar, Apr 05 (KNS): In a renewed outreach, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today morning dropped at slain Civilian Gowher's residence at Kangan. 
According to the KNS correspondent, amid protests, Chief Minster reached Gowher's residence and met his family members. 
During her interaction, Chief Minster while assuring a time bound probe into the Gowher's killing said that "No Civilian killing would be tolerated". She said she was pained to see mothers wailing and added that those guilty in civilian killings would be brought to justice. CM was accompanied by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Khan, IGP Kashmir S P Pani, Waheed Para, MLC Yasir Reshi, SSP Ganderbal Fayaz Ahmad Lone and district Civil and Police administration. (KNS)

All Schools, Colleges will resume work from tomorrow (Thursday) barring Shopian, Kulgam districts Schools, colleges had been closed from Monday in wake of Shopian killings'

Srinagar, Apr 04 (KNS): Divisional commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan has told KNS that the normal academic activities will resume in educational institutions except Shopian and Kulgam. The schools and colleges had been closed from Monday in wake of Shopian killings. (KNS)

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UPDATED:- Sopore couple, their 3-year-old child killed in tragic mishap in Awantipora

Srinagar, April 4 : A couple and their 3-year old child died while their 18-months old baby was injured in a road mishap at Letpora along Srinagar-Jammu highway on Wednesday wee hours.

A police officer concerned told GNS that a new Alto car (yet to be registered) rammed into a truck (PB0-6N2267) which was parked on road side at Letpora area of Awantipora in south Kashmir.

In the mishap, three persons travelling in the car died on the spot and another suffered injuries while the driver had a miraculous escape, the office said.

Soon after getting the information about the tragic accident, a police team rushed to the spot and recovered the bodies.

The deceased have been identified as Ghulam Nabi Dar (40), his wife Jawahara Begium (35), their son Nasir Dar (3) of Hatlungoo Sopore. The injured has been identified as Yasir Dar (18-months old).

They were returning from Jammu when the mishap occurred

“A case under FIR number 51 / 2018/ u/s 279, 304 A RPC was registered in police station Awantipora …

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killings backlash: Kashmir schools, colleges to remain closed tomorrow as well Decision taken as a 'precautionary measure'

Srinagar, Apr 03 (KNS): The Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to keep all the schools and colleges closed tomorrow (Wednesday).
One of the top officials of government insisted not to be named told KNS over phone that the schools will remain closed on Wednesday as well. “Keeping in view the prevailing situation, all schools and colleges will remain closed for one day (tomorrow),” he said.
The official further told KNS that colleges will also remain closed tomorrow. “The decision has been taken as a “precautionary measure” to avoid law and order situation in the Valley,” he maintained. (KNS)

Mirwaiz grieved over Kangan youth’s killing ‘Kashmir issue can never be resolved through military might’

Srinagar, Apr 03 (KNS): Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq expressed deep grief and sorrow at the brutal murder of yet another civilian Gowher Ahmed Rather of Kangan who succumbed to his bullet injuries by state forces at hospital today. He asked when will New Delhi thirst for the blood of young Kashmiris be satiated.
Meanwhile, APHC has said that if New Delhi believes that treating Kashmir dispute militarily would solve the it then it is living in a fool’s paradise and has forgotten the lessons its own freedom movement established. 
Hurriyat Conference (M) said that Kashmir issue can never be resolved through military might as is a political and a human issue based on the principle of the right to self determination of nations to decide their future.
In a statement issued to KNS, the Hurriyat (M) said that Kashmir dispute has historical background and context which can’t be ignored and dealing with it militarily and adopting iron-fist policy that includes killings, and…

JKLF condemns arrest spree, nocturnal raids Delegation reaches Shopian, meet bereaved families

Srinagar, Apr 03 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) on Tuesday said that killing and wounding Kashmiris with impunity and then unleashing crackdown against resistance camp to stop mourning and protests has been the main feature of PDP led ‘Indian rule’ in Kashmir.
According to the statement issued to KNS, the JKLF spokesman said that from last four days, bullets, pellets, nocturnal raids and arrests have become an order of the day that has actually exposed Indian democracy in Kashmir.
Despite heavy restrictions and oppression, JKLF delegation reaches Shopian and met with bereaved families of recent martyrs.
“From last many days police and forces have unleashed a reign of terror against resistance camp. Police on Monday morning arrested JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and shifted him to central jail Srinagar on a three day judicial remand,” the spokesman said.
He said that police yesterday raided JKLF office at Abi-Guzar and arrested Zonal organizer Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri, …

Geelani urges OIC to play its active, effective role in resolving issue faced by Muslim Ummah Welcomes statement of OIC Gen Secretary on Kashmir

Srinagar, Apr 03 (KNS): Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani, on Tuesday urged Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) to play its active and effective role in resolving the issue faced by Muslim Ummah.
Welcoming the statement of OIC Gen Secretary on Kashmir, Geelani said that we hope that this institution will play its effective and pivotal role in world politics.
Hailing the statement of OIC General Secretary Yousuf A. Al-Othaimeen, wherein he has called India to allow access to the OIC’s Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission in Kashmir, Geelani said there is dire need to represent the aspirations of Kashmir and Palestine issues in their right perspective, saying instead of issuing mere statements, we should take practical and effective measures.
OIC has a greater and pivotal role in international politics, asserted Geelani and stressed OIC authorities to play its assigned and outstanding role in resolving the issues related to Kashmir, Palestine and other issues …

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High speed mobile internet services restored in Kashmir

Srinagar, Apr 03 (KNS): After keeping high speed mobile internet suspended for more than 48 hours, the authorities Tuesday restored it in Kashmir valley barring southern districts on Tuesday.
Authorities had clamped down Internet service on Sunday following biggest insurgency operation of a decade in south Kashmir in which 13 militants, four civilians and three army men were killed.

While, 2G mobile telephony was running at scattered places in Kashmir, high speed Internet remained suspended continued to remain suspended.

Blocking Internet service has become a norm in Kashmir whenever protests erupt in the valley. (KNS)

Kashmir shuts against the civilian, militant killings

Srinagar, Apr 02 (KNS): Kashmir on Monday observed a complete shout down against the killings that took place in different gun battles in South Kashmir.

To maintain law and order in the Valley, the authorities placed restrictions in the sensitive parts of Kashmir. The call of the shutdown was given by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) in response to the killings of militants and civilians in three different gun battles in Shopian and Anantnag district.

All the pro-freedom leaders were either placed under house arrest or lodged in different police stations. Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chief Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai was placed under house arrest at his residence Baghat, Srinagar on Sunday.

Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Mohammad Yasin Malik was shifted to Central Jail Srinagar on three days judicial remand.

JKLF in an issued statement stated that Police in the morning cordoned the residence of JKLF chairman and immediately shifted Yasin to the police station from where he was shifted to …

MeT predicts light, moderate rains in Valley Says low intensity, frequency of WD trigger prolonged dry spell

Srinagar, Apr 02 (KNS): As the dry spell across the Valley continued, the weatherman on Monday predicted light rains on Apr 10 and 11 this month, saying that they are predicting moderate rainfall at isolated places on these days.
Director Meteorological department (MeT), Sonum Lotus told Kashmir News Service (KNS) that there is possibility of light and moderate rainfall in plains and isolated places on in between April 10 and 11.
Asked about the prolonged dry spell, Director said that the prolonged the low intensity and frequency of Western Disturbance has caused prolonged dry spell this year. “There is no doubt that snow as well as the rainfall was too low this year but such situation was witnessed in the past as well. This year, the dry spell increased as compared to the previous years,” he said.
Appealing people not to panic over the dry spell, Lotus said that there is no need to panic over prolonged dry spell as the weather won’t continue what is being witnessed nowadays.
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JRL calls for shutdown tomorrow, Shopian chalo on Wed Leadership to address gathering in Shopian

Srinagar, April 02 (KNS): Joint Resistance Leadership of Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik said that the mayhem in Shopian In which 17 people were killed in one day is another gory episode of pain agony and torment that people of Kashmir are repeatedly subject to from time to time over the past thirty years by the military might of
GOI that has left more than one lakh Kashmiris dead and hundreds of thousands maimed injured and blinded. Kashmir has been turned a land of massacres and south of Kashmir especially Shopian, Tral, Pulwama, Kulgam and Anantnag into killing fields drenched in the blood of its natives mostly young boys. 
This is the same place where from the ruling PDP claims people voted for it and this is their response to that.
In a statement issued to KNS, JRL said that the vengeful way that bullets and pellets were showered on protesting people left four people dead on spot while more than 50 sustained critical bullet injuries and are battling fo…

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Islamia College of Science & Commerce, postpones exams

Islamia College of Science & Commerce Hawal Srinagar, postpones exams

Srinagar, Apr 01 (KNS): The authorities of Islamia College of Science & Commerce Hawal Srinagar, on Sunday have decided to postpone all the exams scheduled on April 2, 2018.

Dr Hanif, Deputy Controller Exams, said that in view of concerns expressed by students, all examinations scheduled to be held on April 2, 2018 (Monday) are postponed. (KNS)

Hizb pays tributes slain south Kashmir militants

Srinagar, Apr 01 (KNS): The militant outfit Hizbul-ul-Mujahideen on Sunday paid glorious tributes to the slain militants who were killed in South Kashmir on Sunday.

In a telephonic statement issued to KNS, Hizb Operational Spokesperson Burhan-u-Din said that the Hizb chief Syed Salah-u-Din on Sunday convened an emergency meeting and paid tributes to the slain militants of Islamabad and Shopian.

Quoting UJC chief Salah-u-Din, Burhan-u-Din said that such oppressive measures would not belittle the ongoing struggle in Kashmir and that such sacrifices rendered by the youth would not be allowed to be bartered or wasted at any cost. Salah-u-Din according to Spokesperson asked Pakistani government to unify its diplomatic front and the International rights organisations must intervene and raise such barbarity at the international level. (KNS)

India must accept the reality of Kashmir: JRL Urges people to observe April 1 as black day

Srinagar, Apr 01 (KNS): Turning the sole responsibility on India for the gruesome incidents of bloodshed in Jammu and Kashmir the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising of Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Dr. Mohammad Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik made an appeal to observe 1st April as the black day of our history of subjugation. 
In a statement issued to KNS, JRL regretting the Indian stiffness and stubbornness to turn deaf ears towards the loud and clear voice of the people of Jammu and Kashmir with regard to peaceful, political and Legitimate resistance movement, time and again millions and millions of people thronging on the roads and streets of their motherland and raising slogans for their freedom movement. 
JRL citing glaring examples of the recent past when the highly peaceful and much disciplined public processions were dealt with iron fists and military might in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2016 by Indian occupation forces which culminated in the shape of genocide, random arrest…


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