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Afridi asks Kashmiri students not to shun studies Says will love to visit Kashmir

Srinagar, April 20: Former Pakistani team skipper Shahid Afridi Thursday asked the Kashmiri youth to "continue their education in every circumstance" and study at home if the education institutions continue to remain shut.

In an exclusive conversation with The Rising Kashmir over phone from Karachi (Pakistan), Afridi said, “My message to Kashmiri youth is to make judicious use of time. Study at home if the schools are shut. Education is very and very important for you, for all.”

Afridi said he doesn’t know about the current situation, but “students can study at home if the situation is really not conducive.”
This reporter contacted the cricketer talked to him on a Whttsapp call. For those who are into cricketing career, Afridi said, “if situation is not favourable for playing cricket in Kashmir, then I don’t have words to say anything.”

Asked about any plans to visit Kashmir to meet the youth who admire him, Afridi said that, “ “In Sha Allah plan banega...jab waqt hoga... bilkul…

Seven injured as protests seeking justice for Kathua victim turn violent in Anantnag

Global News Service reported that the students carrying banners assembled at Khanabal-Pahalgam road and took out a protest march seeking justice for Kathua minor.
Seven students were reportedly injured after protests seeking justice for Kathua minor turned violent in Anantnag district of south Kashmir on Wednesday. Global News Service reported that the students carrying banners assembled at Khanabal-Pahalgam road and took out a protest march seeking justice for Kathua minor. Soon clashes between forces and students erupted leading to the closure of shops and other business establishments in the town.  Police used tear gas and baton charged the protesting students, leading to injuries to seven of them, it said. Five injured students were brought to district hospital Anantnag where from one of them was shifted to Srinagar for specialised treatment, Global News Service quoted a doctor. Two other students were provided first aid locally, the report added.

25 injured in Uri road accident 7 shifted to DH Baramulla

25 injured in Uri road accident
7 shifted to DH Baramulla Srinagar, Apr 17 (KNS): Around 25 people were injured in a road accident at Uri in district Baramulla on Tuesday morning, police said.
A police official said that at around 9.15 am an SRTC bus coming from Gwalta to Uri market met an accident near TRC Salamabad on Srinagar-Muzaffarabad highway.
“As per the initial reports 25 people received injured, out of which 7 were shifted to District Hospital Baramulla for advanced treatment,” said a police official.
He said that the bus turned turtle most probably due to slippery road. (KNS)

2 killed in Doda road accident Just now

Lastest: 2 killed in Doda road accident
In a tragic road accident today, a tempo bearing registration number Jk17/ 4895 hit a bike bearing registration number PB09Q4865 Premnagar, Doda in which two people died on the spot.

The deceased have been identified as Ashan Hussain S/o Abdul Latif R/o Bisran and Irfan Hussain S/o Mushtaq Ahmed R/o Bisran.

Missing army man joins Hizb ul Mujahideen: Jammu and Kashmir police

Idrees Mir, who was posted in the Army''s Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (JAKLI) unit, joined the group yesterday, a police official saidThe official said Mir had gone missing from Shopian. He joined the group along with two locals who had also been missing.
The Army maintains that he is "missing" and has no confirmation about his joining the militant outfit.

The trial in the gruesome rape and murder of an eight year old nomad girl will begin today

The trial in the gruesome rape and murder of an eight year old nomad girl will begin today against eight accused who held the girl in captivity in a small village temple in Kathua district for a week in January this year during which she was kept sedated and sexually assaulted before being bludgeoned to death. The accused include a juvenile against whom a separate charge sheet was filed. 
The chief judicial magistrate of Kathua will be committing one of the charge sheets, in which seven people have been named, to the sessions court for trial as mandated under the law. The chief judicial magistrate will, however, hold the trial for the juvenile as it is the designated court under the juvenile act, according to officials.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has appointed two special public prosecutors, both Sikhs, for the trial in the sensitive case, a move being seen as made to ensure "neutrality" in view of Hindu-Muslim polarisation over the case.
The trial is expected to go smooth…

First time in the history of Kashmir

First time in the history of Kashmir
IGP traffic Basant Rath who surprise visited to Sopore on April 15/2018. People welcomed Basant Rath in the town as he is the first traffic officials who has visited Sopore town ever and warned
shopkeepers,transporters for making smooth traffic system in town.

The Kashmir Walla