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23 Year old Kashmiri Entrepreneur Who Began a Tourism Business

He Secretly Attended The Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) Without informing His Family, Got Inspired, and Today, Asif Nabi Dar Has Set up His Own Tourism Company.
He Runs The Business Single Handedly, out of a Tour and Travels Company  in Samboora, Pampore. Growing up in a Village Where Boys Were Educated But Owning Your own Business Was out of Question, Asif Nabi Dar Took a Stand. With His Village Being Flocked With Tourists Every Year, He Decided to Help Them Find Their Way, Book Hotels and Visit Tourists Spots. He Currently Runs The Business Through a Website and Has Tie-ups With Various Hotels in The Area.

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A complete shutdown is being observed across the entire region of south Kashmir for third consecutive day

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A complete shutdown is being observed across the entire region of south Kashmir for third consecutive day over civilian killings in Khudwani area of district Kulgam, couple of days ago.
In view of post Friday prayer protests, the authorities have in strength deployed police and paramilitary forces at vital points.Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has called for protests across Kashmir valley after Friday prayers against the civilian killings.The mobile internet also remains barred in the entire south Kashmir while train services also have been stopped from Srinagar to Banihal since last three days now.Government forces killed four civilians during clashes at the gunfight site at Wani Mohalla in Khudwani area of district Kulgam.The deceased were identified as:Sharjeel Ahmad Sheikh, (28), son of Hamid Sheikh of KhudwaniBilal Ahmad Tantray (16)Faisal Illahi (14) of Melhoora ShopianAijaz Ahmad Palla of BijbeharaOne army man was also killed during the gunfight and has been identifie…

Mehbooba: Would not allow law to be obstructed and justice would be delivered in the rape-and-murder case of an 8-year-old Bakerwal girl Asifa Bano in Kathua district.

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Thursday said her government would not allow law to be obstructed and justice would be delivered in the rape-and-murder case of an 8-year-old Bakerwal girl Asifa Bano in Kathua district.

The rape-and-murder of Asifa has created a controversy after lawyers in Jammu called for a shutdown yesterday, demanding case be handed over to the CBI. "The law will not be obstructed by the irresponsible actions and statements of a group of people. Proper procedures are being followed, investigations are on the fast track & justice will be delivered," Mehbooba said in a tweet. Mehbooba further said, “I want to assure the entire nation that I stand committed not just to ensure justice for Asifa but also seek exemplary punishment for those responsible for a crime whose brutal savagery has shamed humanity”.
“We will never ever let another child suffer in this way. We will bring a new law that will make the death penalty mandatory for those who rape minors, so tha…

Valley-wide protests on Friday

Srinagar, Apr 12 (KNS): Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) led by Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik on Thursday called for peaceful Kashmir-wide protests after Friday congregational prayers against killing of civilians, indiscriminate use of pellet and vandalising of properties and impressed all sections of society including Aema Masajid, teachers, lawyers, intellectuals, civil societies, traders, students, state employees for their participation against state sponsored terrorism.

Appealing international community for their cognizance of the “appalling state-sponsored terrorism”, the JRL in a statement issued to KNS impressed upon global hearers “the need to raise their voice and come to the rescue of subjugated people in Kashmir”.
Meanwhile, Geelani, Mirwaiz continued to be under house arrest and Mohd Yasin Malik was arrested and lodged in central jail.
“The growing Indian aggression against unarmed and peaceful people in the state has touched the alarm line …

Irresponsible actions, statements won’t obstruct law: CM Mehbooba Says justice will be delivered

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday said that the irresponsible actions and statements of a group of people won’t obstruct the law.  She on Twitter said that the proper procedures are being followed and investigations are on the fast track. “Justice will be delivered,” she added. “The Law will not be obstructed by the irresponsible actions & statements of a group of people. Proper procedures are being followed, investigations are on the fast track & justice will be delivered. #JusticeForAsifa,” Chief Minister tweeted. (KNS)

Shutdown in Banihal against Kulgam Civilian Killing

A complete shutdown is being observed in Banihal town in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir against the killing of four civilians in clashes with government forces in Kulgam yesterday.All shops and other commercial establishments are closed while traffic is off the roads.
The attendance was recorded in schools and colleges with students mostly boycotting their classes to protest the killings. Joint Resistance Leadership – an amalgam of separatist outfits – has called for a shutdown and protests today against the killings.

Civilian killings: JRL calls for shutdown on Thursday

Appeals people to hold sit-in on Friday Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Wednesday called for shutdown on Thursday against the civilian killings in South Kashmir’s Kulgam and Shopian district. 
JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik in a presser condemned the civilian killings in Southern districts and called for a complete shutdown on Thursday. 
The leadership also appealed people to hold sit-in outside their respective Masjid’s to protest against the civilian killings. 
Notably, Geelani and Mirwaiz addressed media persons telephonically while Malik was present on the occasion. (KNS)

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Three civilians, soldier killed in Kulgam gunfight, clashes

An official said that the gunfight broke out in Wani Mohalla area of Khudwani at 11 pm after forces launched a cordon-and-search operation.

Three civilians and an army soldier were killed during a gunfight and ensuing clashes in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday.  Clashes erupted near the site of the gunfight as the youth tried to disrupt the anti-militant operation and help the militants escape. Forces fired live ammunition, pellets and tear gas to disperse the protesters, resulting into death of two civilians, reports said. The deceased civilians were identified as Sharjeel Ahmad Sheikh (28), Bilal Ahmad Dar (16) and Faisal Illahi of Sangam. Dar of Kujjar village in Qaimoh tehsil of the district was declared brought dead at sub-district hospital Qaimoh. A doctor at the hospital said that the boy had suffered a bullet injury. Sheikh was killed after being hit by a bullet during clashes near the site of gunfight in Wani Mohalla of Khudwani. He succumbed at District Hospital Anantn…

Kulgam civilian killings: Protesters clash with forces in Pulwama and Shopian

Youth pelted stones on government forces deployed in southern areas to express their anger at the killings. Forces responded by firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting youth.Clashes were going on at the time of filing of this report.Clashes erupted in parts of Pulwama and Shopian districts in southern Kashmir on Wednesday against the killing of three civilians during an ongoing gunfight between government forces and militants in Khudwani area of Kulgam.Youth pelted stones on government forces deployed in southern areas to express their anger at the killings. Forces responded by firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting youth.Clashes were going on at the time of filing of this report.

Two civilians, soldier killed in Kulgam gunfight, clashes An official said that the gunfight broke out in Wani Mohalla area of Khudwani at 11 pm after forces launched a cordon-and-search operation.

Two civilians and an army soldier were killed during a gunfight and ensuing clashes in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday.  An official said that the gunfight broke out in Wani Mohalla area of Khudwani at 11 pm after forces launched a cordon-and-search operation.

Minor killed in Kulgam clashes; civilian toll two

The deceased, identified as Bilal Ahmad Dar (13) of Kujjar village in Qaimoh tehsil of the district, was declared brought dead at sub-district hospital Qaimoh.A minor boy was killed in clashes with the government forces in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday, taking the civilian death toll to two.
A doctor at the hospital said that the boy had suffered a bullet injury. Earlier, another civilian Sharjeel Ahmad Sheikh was killed after being hit by a bullet during clashes near the site of gunfight in Wani Mohalla of Khudwani. A soldier has also been killed in the gunfight while two other forces’ personnel have been injured. At least two civilians have suffered pellet injuries in their eyes during the clashes.(Source)

Army man killed, two troopers wounded in ongoing Kulgam gunfight; Internet snapped

Two army soldiers, CRPF man wounded in ongoing Kulgam gunfight; Internet snapped
An army soldier was killed and two others, including a CRPF man, injured in an ongoing gunfight with militants in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday.
An official said that the gunfight broke out in Wani Mohalla area of Khudwani at 11 pm after forces launched a cordon-and-search operation.

“During the search operation, some gunshots were heard after which an encounter started. The gunfight is still underway," he said, adding three forces’ personnel wounded in the firefight were evacuated to an army hospital.
An army official confirmed that an army man wounded in the firefight succumbed at the hospital.
Two militants of Lashkar-e-Toiba are believed to be trapped inside a house.
Authorities on Wednesday suspended Internet services in twin districts of Kulgam and Anantnag.
Meanwhile, clashes have erupted near the site of the gunfight between the forces and the protesters.


Kathua Bar Association’s action as ‘shocking, morally bankrupt’ Says lawyers violated all basic principles of law KNS

Srinagar, Apr 10 (KNS): Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik described the attempt of Kathua Bar Association and certain political parties of Jammu to prevent Crime Branch from filing a charge sheet against the criminals involved in the brutal rape and murder of eight year old girl child Asifa as ‘shocking and morally bankrupt’.

JRL in a joint statement issued to KNS stated that there will be hardly any place in world where efforts will be made by section of people to shield the culprits involved in a minor's child’s rape and murder unless there is a heinous ulterior motive involved. “And it seems that it’s that motive of intimidation and displacement of the Gujjar community from their land which is driving these people to such shameless and highly condemnable actions,” JRL said. 
“These lawyers by creating hurdles in filing the charge sheet against the culprits are a violation of all basic principles of law, justice a…

Asifa Rape & Murder: FIR registered against Kathua lawyers: DGP 'Charge sheet has been filed yesterday'

Srinagar, Apr 10 (KNS): The Jammu and Kashmir police has registered an FIR against people for obstructing Crime Branch sleuths in filing a chalan in the infamous Asifa rape and murder case in Kathua court on Monday. 
Speaking to KNS, DGP S P Vaid said that a case has been registered. He added that Jammu and Kashmir Police has done it's job and the case was now in Court. 
He however said that it was unfortunate that some people were trying to give it religious and regional tone. DGP said he doesn't agree with the people who are trying to give it a religious tone. 
DGP further told KNS that charge sheet has been filed yesterday and today morning. (KNS)

Lawyers protest against Kathua lawyers’ action

Srinagar, Apr 10 : Scores of lawyers of Tuesday staged protest against the lawyers of Kathua who as per the reports tried to prevent the police from filing charge sheet in Asifa’s rape and murder case on Monday.

Led by Advocate Babar Qadri, the protesters including locals assembled in front of High Court Srinagar and chanted slogans against the lawyers who prevented police filing charge sheet.

Talking to reporters, Advocate Babar Qadri according to KNS correspondent condemned the lawyers action in Kathua. (Source)

Intermittent rains continue to lash Valley

Srinagar, Apr 09 : The intermittent rains continue to lash Valley since Sunday afternoon while the local Meteorological department here has predicted more rains in the next upcoming days.

Bringing down the maximum temperature across the Valley, the intermittent rains continued to lash Valley since Sunday afternoon.

Officials in the MeT informed KNS that they are predicting more rains in the next upcoming days. (KNS)

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After data leak row, Facebook imposes restrictions on user data access Social media giant Facebook has finally reacted to the global storm around its data privacy policies by bringing in a new set of restrictions on developers and data aggregators using the platform for data harvesting.
“Two weeks ago we promised to take a hard look at the information apps can use when you connect them to Facebook as well as other data practices. We will remove a developer’s ability to request data people shared with them if it appears they have not used the app in the last 3 months,” said Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mark Schroepfer in a blog.
Facebook has also disabled the feature to search a user by their email address or phone number which has been abused by malicious actors and reduced the overall control that the app will have on user data.
Facebook has also submitted its response to the Indian government saying over 500,000 people in India have been potentially affected by the data breach invo…

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