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  • 2 Terrorists Killed In Encounter In Jammu And Kashmir's Budgam District

    2 Terrorists Killed In Encounter In Jammu And Kashmir's Budgam District

    Two militants holed-up in a house in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district were killed in a gunfight with security forces on Saturday, police said.

  • Two Sides Of Forces In Kashmir: Abused Jawan Vs Human Shield

    Two Sides Of Forces In Kashmir: Abused Jawan Vs Human Shield

    At a CRPF camp an hour outside Srinagar, we meet the men who have become the face of restraint by the armed forces in an otherwise increasingly volatile Kashmir valley.

  • 2% Voter Turnout In Srinagar Re-Polling, Farooq Abdullah A Candidate

    2% Voter Turnout In Srinagar Re-Polling, Farooq Abdullah A Candidate

    Only 2 per cent voters turned up to vote again at Srinagar parliamentary seat, the lowest in the history of Jammu and Kashmir and way below the 7 per cent of Sunday. Polling in parts of the constituency -- where former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is among the candidates -- was held again due to the unprecedented violence that day which resulted ...

  • Re-Poll Begins In 38 Polling Stations Of Srinagar

    Re-Poll Begins In 38 Polling Stations Of Srinagar

    The re-poll ordered by Election Commission of India in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, where the bypoll on April 9 was marred by violence, began today amidst tight security arrangements.

  • Re-Poll At Srinagar's 38 Booths Today, Separatists Call For Shutdown

    Re-Poll At Srinagar's 38 Booths Today, Separatists Call For Shutdown

    The re-poll in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency is scheduled to begin at 7 am on Thursday. Strict security arrangements have been made by Election Commission as all the polling stations are in Budgam district, the worst-hit by violence during voting on Sunday. Separatists have called for a shutdown in the area.

  • By-Elections 2017: Kashmir Sees 7% Turnout, 200 Instances Of Violence - 10 Facts

    By-Elections 2017: Kashmir Sees 7% Turnout, 200 Instances Of Violence - 10 Facts

    A record low turnout and a high incidence of violence were witnessed on Sunday during the by-election in the parliamentary seat of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. As nearly 200 instances of violence were recorded in Kashmir, in which eight people died and about 100 security personnel were injured, the turnout was found to be 7 per cent - the lowest ...

  • Days Before Srinagar By-Polls, School Marked Voting Station Set On Fire

    Days Before Srinagar By-Polls, School Marked Voting Station Set On Fire

    A school building in Jammu Kashmir's Budgam district, which was set to be a polling station for tomorrow's parliamentary by-election, was set on fire last evening. The area is part of the Srinagar parliamentary constituency.

  • Pakistan Using Social Media To Incite Youth In Kashmir: Rajnath Singh

    Pakistan Using Social Media To Incite Youth In Kashmir: Rajnath Singh

    As members from the opposition raised the deaths of three civilians in firing by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam in Lok Sabha, Home Minister Rajnath Singh accused Pakistan of using social media to incite young Kashmiris to terrorists.

  • As 3 Die In Police Action In Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti's Appeal To Parents

    As 3 Die In Police Action In Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti's Appeal To Parents

    On a day police say three young men died while trying to break a police cordon near an encounter site, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday told NDTV parents should not let their children create obstacles for security forces. "It is very unfortunate that young boys come out when there is an encounter," she said, adding that th...

  • Firing At Stone-Throwing Mob Near Budgam Encounter Site Kills 3 Civilians

    Firing At Stone-Throwing Mob Near Budgam Encounter Site Kills 3 Civilians

    Three young civilians on Tuesday lost their lives in police firing at a crowd that was throwing stones on security forces fighting terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district. This is the second time in less than three weeks that civilians targeted security forces at an encounter site, the police said, worried that protests at encounter sites...

  • Budgam Encounter: 2 Civilians Killed In Clashes With Security Forces In Jammu And Kashmir

    Budgam Encounter: 2 Civilians Killed In Clashes With Security Forces In Jammu And Kashmir

    Two civilians were killed and 17 other were injured today in security forces' action against stone-pelting protesters near the encounter site in Chadoora area of central Kashmir's Budgam district.

  • Kashmir Schools Turn Away 6-Year-Old Disabled By Mortar

    Kashmir Schools Turn Away 6-Year-Old Disabled By Mortar

    Fayaz was just 3 years old when he lost both his legs in a mortar shell explosion outside his home in Kashmir's Budgam district, near an army firing range. Today as he turns 6, Fayaz can't understand why schools in Srinagar would not admit him.

  • Armed, Masked Men Leave Kashmir Bank With Rs 11 lakhs In Old Notes

    Armed, Masked Men Leave Kashmir Bank With Rs 11 lakhs In Old Notes

    Four masked and armed men burst into a bank in Kashmir today and left with Rs 13 lakhs, comprising largely of the outlawed 500- and 1,000-rupee notes.

  • Curfew In Force In Srinagar, Normal Life Disrupted In Valley

    Curfew In Force In Srinagar, Normal Life Disrupted In Valley

    Srinagar remained under curfew today after a teenager was killed by a teargas shell here yesterday, even as normal life in the Valley was paralysed for the 45th day due to restrictions and strike in the wake of violence following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani.

  • Curfew Remains In Force In Some Areas Of Valley

    Curfew Remains In Force In Some Areas Of Valley

    Curfew remained in force in Srinagar district, Anantnag town and Magam area of Budgam district as a precautionary measure even as normal life was paralysed for the 40th consecutive day today in Kashmir where 63 persons have been killed in the ongoing unrest.

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