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Youth lost his battle of life in SKIMS

Youth succumbs after being hit by CRPF vehicle in Old City Srinagar, June 02:-A youth who was critically injured after being hit by CRPF vehicle on Friday afternoon in downtown Srinagar succumbs to his injuries in SKIMS.

Doctors had already told Kashmir 24X7 that 24hrs were crucial for the youth to survive. However injured youth lost his battle with life. The youth has been identified as Kaiser Amin son of Mohd Amin resident of Fateh Kadal Srinagar.

1 June Top 10 Headlines of the Day by Kashmir 24X7 All in one Andriod News app

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Two CRPF troopers among four injured in Khanbal grenade attack
All injured are stable: Police

MHA assess post-ceasefire situation, review security arrangements for upcoming Amarnath Yatra, Direct forces to maintain extra vigil Home Minister likely to visit JK next week Casual labourers ‘engaged’ in Budgam against ‘bribe’ as Govt announces regularization of daily wagers
DFO Budgam refutes allegations, says Fire rages in Hyhama forests, forest officials in deep slumber
DFO says ‘team on spot’, locals say ‘no official in the area’ IMD’s prediction: No need to panic, says Dir MeT
‘JK to witness heavy rains in Monsoon season’ CM orders release of additional 1 kg sugar
Ashraf Mir chairs discusses modalities APSCC asks India, Pak to take measures for restoration of peace in JK
‘Start dialogue without any delay’ Treat school buses as non-commercial buses: JKJCCPS to Govt
Urges Govt to treat school b…

Pulwama Youth Joins Jaish E Mohammad Militant Outfit, Picture Goes Viral

PULWAMA: A youth from Pulwama district announced on social media his joining of militant ranks and to be part of the Jais E Mohammad outfit.
      Hilal Ahmad Naik son of Ghulam Mohammad Naik, hailing from Pinglena village of district Pulwama has reportedly joined militancy.
His picture with AK 47 rifle has gone viral on social media.His code name as per the picture is Rashid Bhai.Hilal reportedly  a BA student was missing since May 27.
Sources told The Voice Of Kashmir that May 27 is the day when Kakapora 50 RR camp was attacked by militants in which one civilian namely Bilal Ahmad Ganie of Narwa(Pulwama)was killed by government forces.

JKLF protests at Lal Chowk Desecration of graveyards, attacks on families of rivals is ‘inhuman, unethical’: Malik

Srinagar, Jun 01 : Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Friday said that desecration of graveyards, attacks on families of rivals, destroying their residential houses and fruit gardens and trying to burn down their families, incarcerating and torturing political leaders and activists is ‘all inhuman, unethical and acts of cowardice’.

Addressing a mammoth gathering at Masjid Bilal, Malik while stressing upon the need to upkeep the rights of humans (Haqooq Ul Ibad) along with the rights of the almighty, said that “holy month of Ramazan actually teaches us to give preference to others and be kind to humanity.”
He said that Islam has established the institution of Zakat which is actually a blessing as if used properly this can eradicate poverty, vanish anarchy and immorality from our society.
“Our society which is hit by the catastrophe of illegal military occupation and is witnessing killings, destruction of properties and mayhem of every kind, has an in…

Top 10 Headlines of the Day by Kashmir 24X7 All in one Andriod News app

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Mirwaiz  welcomes  Indo-Pak pact on 2003  ceasefire  implementation ‘Hope it will bring  huge  sigh  of relief to Kashmir’
Trial of Kathua  rape  case begins  with arguments  amid tight  security  at  Pathankote  JK Govt  directed  to  provide 
translated  copies of  charge 
sheets  to the  counsels  of  the accused’
More 45 days  for committee  to resolve  grievances  of SSA teachers’Only one month salary pending, high level delegation to visit Delhi Tuesday to meet HRD minister: ZulfkarMandatory baggage identification by travellers at JK Airports scrapped
Govt committed to make hassle-free journey for travellers: Suresh Prabhu. CM thanks centre for scrapping mandatory baggage identification at JK airports
‘Will request Union Minister to look into airline ticket pricing to State’ Caught in traffic jams, ministers, top babus walk on foot to city centre
Venders back on streets at HSH Stre…

Top 10 Headlines of the Day by Kashmir 24X7 All in one Andriod News app

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Kashmiris have not to take recourse to technicalities, try to find a solution: Naeem Akhtar
‘Intents of GoI, Hurriyat matter the most’
Show clarity, get clarity, end unrest: BJP to Hurriyat
‘Amit Shah has issued no statement on CBI inquiry into Kathua rape case’ Forget Kashmir’s merger with Pakistan as India will take PaK back: Dy CM
Says Hurriyat, Pakistan should reciprocate talks offer JRL calls for shutdown on Saturday against desecration of graveyards
‘Taking revenge from family members of warriors is against human, moral ethics’ In holy Ramadhan, Sudergund residents cry Water! Water! Water! Not even a drop to drink
Local PHE employees go missing, found working in paddy fields Labour & Employment Deptt to sponsor 50 students for Civil Services Coaching: Altaf Bukhari
Says Department is custodian of the rights of laborers AAC finalizes preparations for Mirwaiz Yousuf Shah’s 51st an…

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