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Three militants killed in ongoing gunfight in Kulgam: Kashmir Police

An official said that five militants were trapped by the forces in Chowgam area of Kulgam district late last night. “3 reported to have been neutralised. Train services between Baramulla -Qazigund suspended. Police and Security Forces on job,” police said on Twitter.

Three militants were killed in an ongoing gunfight with the government forces in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Saturday, police said.
An official said that five militants were trapped by the forces in Chowgam area of Kulgam district late last night. “3 reported to have been neutralised. Train services between Baramulla -Qazigund suspended. Police and Security Forces on job,” police said on Twitter.

Reports said a joint team of the army and SOG launched a cordon-and-search operation at Chowgam following specific inputs about the presence of some militants.
As such the joint team of forces intensified the searches and fired some warning shots towards the suspected spot, the hiding militants opened fire triggering off a gun…

Shamshaad Ahmad Bhat is new President Bandipora Traders Federation

Shamshaad Ahmad Bhat alias Lala Kuchay was elected as President while as Nasir Hussain Bhat as General secretary. The federation held its elections after Six years. Out of 1136 votes, 896 voters cast their votes.Shamshaad Ahmad secured 512 votes defeating nearest rival Naseer Ahmad Mir who got 200 votes while former president Mohammad Yousuf Parra got 184.  For the post of General secretary, Nasir Hussain secured 506 votes defeating Wali Mohammad who got 329 votes. The voting started at 10 am while results were declared around 6 pm.   “This is a day of celebration and we are expecting that our issues would be sort out. Since our town had been always a victim of indifference, we the traders will make a little difference by our own,” said trader Rayees Ahmad. 
 “We have now witnessed these thirty years and nothing has changed. We elected this president only to solve our problems and stand by our views. We expect him to represent us wherever the need arises,” Rayees added.
The president-elect…

Geelani hails reiteration of Pak’s unwavering official stand Terms early resolution of Kashmir issue as highly imperative for lasting peace

Srinagar, Sep 09 (Kashmir24X7 ): Hailing the reiteration of Pakistan’s unwavering official stand by President, Dr. Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan, Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Friday expressed hope that the newly elected government of Pakistan shall leave no stone unturned to use its good offices on all diplomatic and political levels for a peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute.

Terming the early resolution of this long pending issue as highly imperative for a lasting peace and progress in the South Asia, Geelani in a statement issued to KASHMIR24X7 regretted “the stubbornness of India as a stumbling block in the way forward for the resolution of Kashmir issue.” 
“The Indian stand is contrary to logical and historical facts as for as Kashmir issue is concerned,” said Geelani.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat (G) kick started anti-election campaign by organizing a rally at Abi Guzar Srinagar, in which senior Hurriyat leaders, activists and people belonging to all walk…

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