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Pak Rangers attack Indian posts in Nowgam, BSF trooper killed

BSF trooper killed in Nowgam sector Srinagar, July 05: (GNS) A Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed as India and Pakistan armies Sunday exchanged gunfire in Nowgam sector of Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. The exchange of gunfire between India and Pakistan army started around 3:30 pm today, official sources told Global News

State

Educated youth joining terror group disturbing: GoC Subrata Saha

Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir

Army fine tunes its anti-militancy and anti-infiltration grid in Kashmir KG Web Desk  Srinagar, July 05:  The changed face of militancy in the Kashmir Valley has led the Army to “completely review” its anti-infiltration and counter-insurgency strategies to tackle among other things the growing trend of youths, even educated ones, gravitating towards militant outfits. The

Advertisement of posts- State/Divisional/District Cadre

Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Services Selection Board, Zum Zum Building Rambagh, Srinagar.                                    (www.jkssb.nic.in) Advertisement Notice No. 02 of 2015 Dated:         12.           06.            2015 Subject: – Advertisement of posts- State/Divisional/District Cadre.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (a) Date of Commencement for submission of online applications                =15.6.2015 (b)  Last Date for submission of online applications                                       =14.07.2015 Total

Authorities foil ‘Sopore Chalo’; clamp restrictions in Old City, Sopore

Authorities foil ‘Sopore Chalo’; clamp restrictions in Old City, Sopore No Friday prayers held in Jamia Masjid; pro-freedom leaders caged Srinagar, June 19: (GNS) Authorities on Friday foiled ‘Sopore chalo’ march of pro-freedom camp against the target assassinations by enforcing strict restrictions in Old City and Apple Town while clashes broke out at many places between protesters and government forces.

Search operation conducted in Tral; youth held

Search operation conducted in Tral; youth held

Search operation conducted in Tral; youth held  Srinagar, July 2: (GNS) Day after militants and government forces exchanged gunfire in south Kashmir’s Tral area of Pulwama district, the forces on Thursday carried out massive searches in the area. Militants and army’s 42 Rashtriya Rifles last night exchanged gunfire at Soimuh village of Tral. However, the

Srinagar

Probe militant links of politicians: BJP to Mufti

Probe militant links of politicians: BJP to Mufti Srinagar, July 4: Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday demanded that Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed should order a probe to ascertain the militant links of the mainstream politicians and reinvestigate the Hawala cases registered against the separatists. In a statement issued to GNS, the BJP spokesman Khalid

Jammu

State’s rich cultural heritage to be preserved: Priya Sethi

State’s rich cultural heritage to be preserved: Priya Sethi Jammu, July 4: (GNS) Indian National Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage (INTACH), Jammu Chapter organized one day workshop on Heritage wall paintings, here at Tourist Reception Centre. Minister of State for Education, Culture and Information Priya Sethi was chief guest on the valedictory function of the

National

HM chief Syed Salahuddin still wants to come back: Ex-RAW chief AS Dulat

HM chief Syed Salahuddin still wants to come back: Ex-RAW chief AS Dulat

HM chief Syed Salahuddin still wants to come back: Ex-RAW chief AS Dulat  New Delhi, July 05: Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin wants to return to India even today, says former chief of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India’s external spy agency A S Dulat, who regrets the government “wasted too much of time” chalking

World

Man says it is 'constitutional duty' to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez

Man says it is ‘constitutional duty’ to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez

Man says it is ‘constitutional duty’ to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez  Chicago, July 04: Agencies| A 55-year-old man who claimed that it was a “constitutional duty” to kill Barack Obama has been charged with threatening to kill the US President Barack Obama whom he termed as the “usurper”. A warrant was issued

Man says it is 'constitutional duty' to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez

Man says it is ‘constitutional duty’ to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez

Man says it is ‘constitutional duty’ to kill Obama; charged for threatening US Prez  Chicago, July 04: Agencies| A 55-year-old man who claimed that it was a “constitutional duty” to kill Barack Obama has been charged with threatening to kill the US President Barack Obama whom he termed as the “usurper”. A warrant was issued

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari to marry Kashmiri boy

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari to marry Kashmiri boy

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari to marry Kashmiri boy  KG Web Desk Rawlakot, July 05: Aseefa Bhutto Zardari, the youngest daughter of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and former president Asif Ali Zardari, is likely to be betrothed to her former class fellow from England, the Online News reported on Sunday. After mutual consent of Aeesfa and

Islamic State’s Saudi Arabia Branch Calls for Clearing Arabian Peninsula of Shi’ites

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s branch of militant group Islamic State has said it wants to clear the Arabian Peninsula of Shi’ite Muslims and urged young men in the kingdom to join its cause, the US-based SITE monitoring centre has reported. Islamic State claimed two suicide bombings carried out on May 22 and May 29 on Shi’ite

Sports

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner  Canberra, July 04: Aussie cricketer David Warner has revealed that he attacked Joe Root in the infamous 2013 nightclub incident because he felt the England player was insulting Muslims in general and South Africa batsman Hashim Amla in particular. Warner, notorious for his incendiary

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner

Attacked Root as I thought he was insulting Amla: David Warner  Canberra, July 04: Aussie cricketer David Warner has revealed that he attacked Joe Root in the infamous 2013 nightclub incident because he felt the England player was insulting Muslims in general and South Africa batsman Hashim Amla in particular. Warner, notorious for his incendiary

Ahead of World Cup qualifiers, FIFA suspends Indonesian Football Association

After the ban, Indonesia will not be eligible to compete in the next round of qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup. By: Reuters The Indonesian Football Association has been suspended by soccer’s world governing body FIFA because of government interference in the Southeast Asian country’s national league. The ban, which takes effect immediately, means Indonesia

Wimbledon: Two-time champ Rafa Nadal crashes out in second round

Wimbledon: Two-time champ Rafa Nadal crashes out in second round

Wimbledon: Two-time champ Rafa Nadal crashes out in second round London, July 03: AFP| 2008 and 2010 Wimbledon champion and five-time finalist Rafael Nadal was sent crashing out of Wimbledon by dread-locked German qualifier Dustin Brown on Thursday, marking his fourth successive early exit at the All England Club. Nadal slumped to a 7-5, 3-6, 6-4,

Briefs

ARMY SUPPORTS DISTRICT HOSPITAL BANDIPORA IN ACQUIRING DENTAL CHAIR

ARMY SUPPORTS DISTRICT HOSPITAL BANDIPORA IN ACQUIRING DENTAL CHAIR Bandipora, July 05: Indian Army’s local unit at Bandipora has been at the forefront in providing medical welfare to the poor. In continuation with its efforts, the Army facilitated the installation of a dental chair at the District Hospital here. Army with an NGO named Americares India

Editorial

hc

Welcome decision

Welcome decision  The J&K High Court has directed government to nominate former judges as chairman of a committee for fixation of fee structure of the private schools in the state. On 7 May 2013 government had passed an order about the constitution of the fee fixation panel to be headed by a retired judge of

Opinion

NO SIGNAL

Imagining life without mobile communication

Imagining life without mobile communication Anwar Hussain   In an era of information and information technology, cellular communications have attained an importance no less than that of oxygen. Since the time cellular communications were started in Kashmir in 2003, no one ever imagined that there would be a situation that one would have to live

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