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'Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal' - 330 Video Result(s)

'Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal' - 260 News Result(s)

  • 'Punished For A Sin I Never Committed,' Says Man Freed In Delhi Blast Case

    'Punished For A Sin I Never Committed,' Says Man Freed In Delhi Blast Case

    It was an emotional family reunion for Mohammad Hussain Fazili. The 43-year-old is back at his home in Srinagar after spending 12 years in jail in connection with the 2005 Delhi serial blasts that left 67 dead.

  • 20-Foot Tunnel From Pakistan Found By BSF At Sambha, Jammu and Kashmir

    20-Foot Tunnel From Pakistan Found By BSF At Sambha, Jammu and Kashmir

    A 20-metre tunnel dug from Pakistan to help terrorists infiltrate into India has been found by the Border Security Force (BSF) near the International Border. The tunnel was discovered during searches at the Ramgarh sector in Sambha yesterday, said senior BSF officer Dharmedra Pareek.

  • 4 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir's Kulgam, 2 Soldiers Die In 10-Hour Encounter

    4 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir's Kulgam, 2 Soldiers Die In 10-Hour Encounter

    Four terrorists have been killed in a 10-hour encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam that started last night. The encounter - at Frisal village, around 60 km from Srinagar -- has also claimed the lives of two soldiers and a man in whose house the terrorists had holed in. Three other soldiers have been injured.

  • Jammu and Kashmir's Gymnasts Shine Despite Unrest, Insecurity

    Jammu and Kashmir's Gymnasts Shine Despite Unrest, Insecurity

    Gymnasts from Jammu and Kashmir bagged 11 medals in the 2017 All India inter-university championship held in Chandigarh. Their overall tally included 6 gold and 5 silver medals.

  • Jammu And Kashmir: Highest Snowfall In 10 Years, Highway Shut For 4 Days

    Jammu And Kashmir: Highest Snowfall In 10 Years, Highway Shut For 4 Days

    Jammu and Kashmir this winter recorded the highest snowfall in the past 10 years. The recent wave of snowfall paralysed the state as Sringar-Jammu National Highway remained shut for the fourth consecutive day. More than 2,000 vehicles have remained trapped on the highway.

  • In Battle Against Cancer, Jammu And Kashmir Losing Out

    In Battle Against Cancer, Jammu And Kashmir Losing Out

    More than 18,000 cancer cases were reported in the last three years in Jammu and Kashmir compared to the sum of 10,000 cases in the three years before that, state official figures.

  • Landslide Blocks Jammu-Srinagar Highway Yet Again, 2,000 Vehicles Trapped

    Landslide Blocks Jammu-Srinagar Highway Yet Again, 2,000 Vehicles Trapped

    A section of the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway between Ramban and Digdol is buried under heaps of rubble following a massive landslide on Thursday that has left the highway out of bounds barely a week after it was opened for public.

  • Chairs Thrown In Jammu And Kashmir Assembly Over Mehbooba Mufti's Article 370 Remark

    Chairs Thrown In Jammu And Kashmir Assembly Over Mehbooba Mufti's Article 370 Remark

    Chairs and microphones were thrown around in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly today as a scuffle broke out between the ruling PDP-BJP alliance and the opposition over Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's controversial statement regarding Article 370.

  • 55 Years After The Maharaja, Kashmir Locked In Debate Over Hari Singh

    55 Years After The Maharaja, Kashmir Locked In Debate Over Hari Singh

    Fifty-five years after his death, the legacy of the last King of Kashmir Maharaja Hari Singh, who signed the deed that resulted in his princely state joining the Union of India, is still proving to be contentious. The Jammu and Kashmir legislative council is locked in a major debate over a resolution that wants to adopt his birthday, September 23, ...

  • Interactive Sessions With Prominent Kashmiris Hope To Inspire Valley Students

    Interactive Sessions With Prominent Kashmiris Hope To Inspire Valley Students

    Intense interactive sessions, through video-conferencing, between students from Jammu and Kashmir are being conducted in more than 60 government schools spread across all 22 districts of the state.

  • Jammu-Srinagar Highway Closed Due To Snow, 2000 Vehicles Stranded

    Jammu-Srinagar Highway Closed Due To Snow, 2000 Vehicles Stranded

    The Kashmir Valley remained cut off from the rest of the country for the third consecutive day as the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway was closed for being struck by snow and heavy rains. The air traffic also remains suspended and all flights from Srinagar airport cancelled.

  • 10 Soldiers Killed As Avalanches Hit Army Post And Patrol In Kashmir's Gurez

    10 Soldiers Killed As Avalanches Hit Army Post And Patrol In Kashmir's Gurez

    Ten soldiers have been killed in Kashmir as avalanches hit a military post and a patrol along the Line of Control or de facto border between India and Pakistan. Army spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia said a massive overnight avalanche buried a military post manned by 10 soldiers in the Gurez sector. He said despite hostile weather, rescue operations w...

  • 11 Soldiers Die As 4 Avalanches Hit Jammu And Kashmir In Single Day. Many Missing.

    11 Soldiers Die As 4 Avalanches Hit Jammu And Kashmir In Single Day. Many Missing.

    Four avalanches on a single day have claimed the lives of 15 persons -- 11 soldiers and four civilians -- in Jammu and Kashmir. Three of the avalanches took place in the high altitude area of Gurez, and one in Sonmarg. The bodies have been recovered, but many more soldiers are said to be missing in Gurez. The army said a rescue operation is on, but...

  • 15,000 Jobs, 90 Acres of Land For Returning Kashmiri Pandits

    15,000 Jobs, 90 Acres of Land For Returning Kashmiri Pandits

    The Mehbooba Mufti government has identified 723 kanals of land - which is above 90 acres -- to build 6,000 transit homes for Kashmiri Pandits in the valley. Under a plan to resettle Pandits -- who left Kashmir after violence broke out there in the early 90s -- the families are offered homes and jobs if they are willing to come and work there.

  • Kashmiri Pandits To Get 6,000 More Transit Homes: Mehbooba Mufti Government

    Kashmiri Pandits To Get 6,000 More Transit Homes: Mehbooba Mufti Government

    The Mehbooba Mufti government has said 6000 transit homes will be built for Kashmiri Pandits who are willing to come and work in the valley. Land has already been identified for the homes under a Central grant of Rs 1618.4 crore sanctioned in 2008-2009, the government said today in response to a question in the assembly.

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