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  • 23 killed in bus accident near Srinagar

    SRINAGAR: A crowded bus veered off a rocky village road and fell into a deep gorge on Monday, killing at least 23 people near Srinagar, police said...

    The 48-seat public bus was travelling to the town of Uthampur when the accident happened near the village of Marotthi, more than 200kilometres south of Srinagar...

  • Dukhtaran-i-Millat chairperson Aasiya Andrabi arrested in Srinagar

    The authorities in India-held Kashmir once again arrested Dukhtaran- e-Millat Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi from her residence in Srinagar on Wednesday night...

    A DeM spokesperson in a statement issued from Srinagar said that Aasiya Andrabi was arrested by police from her residence at Soura in Srinagar, last night, Kashmir Media Service reported...

  • Protests erupt in Srinagar after Indian troops kill suspected separatists

    Anti-India protests and clashes erupted in the main city of Srinagar in India-held Kashmir after three Kashmiri suspected separatists were killed in a gun battle with government forces, police said on Wednesday...

    Authorities imposed curfew in the old parts of Srinagar anticipating protests and clashes opposing Indian rule as two of the deceased were natives of the city...

  • Three policemen shot dead in Srinagar

    SRINAGAR: Suspected militants on Monday gunned down three Indian police officers in separate attacks in Srinagar...

    Deadly attacks on security forces are relatively common in the region, but Srinagar has been largely free from such incidents in recent years...

  • Indian authorities impose curfew in Srinagar before JKLF leader's funeral

    SRINAGAR: Indian authorities have imposed a curfew and other restrictions in India-held Kashmir's Srinagar in order to prevent people offering funeral prayers in absentia for deceased Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) supreme head Amanullah Khan, Radio Pakistan reported...

    A heavy contingent of Indian troops and police officials have been deployed in Srinagar to stop people from reaching the Lal Chowk area where the funeral...

  • Srinagar police officer marries girl from Muzaffarabad

    SRINAGAR: A young police officer from India-held Kashmir has tied the knot with a girl from Azad Kashmir at a time when the disputed region has been hit by massive anti-India protests...

    The nikah was performed in Muzaffarabad back in 2014 when Shabir Geelani, the groom’s father, had travelled to Azad Kashmir on the Karvaan-i-Amn (the Peace Caravan) bus service between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad...

  • Rally against Modi’s visit to Srinagar planned

    MUZAFFARABAD: Peo­ple in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) capital will take to the streets on Saturday to express their solidarity with people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir and express their anger over the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Srinagar...

    The rally is being organised on the call of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) leaders who have called for a march by a million people near the site of Mr Modi’s public...

  • Clashes break in Srinagar as Kashmiri students chant pro-Pakistan slogans

    ISLAMABAD: Clashes broke out in Indian-held Kashmir on Sunday when Kashmiri students chanted pro-Pakistan and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of a marathon in Srinagar...

    Footage showed the university students as chanting “Pakistan! Pakistan!” and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of the 'Big Kashmir Marathon' in Hazratbal area of Srinagar as Indian forces fired tear-gas shells and baton charged the young demonstrators, a news channel...

  • Protester shot dead after Modi rally in Srinagar

    SRINAGAR: A protester was killed during clashes with security forces on Satur­day in India-held Kashmir hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the disputed region, police said...

    1bn) package to Jammu and Kashmir,” Modi told a crowd at a rally in Srinagar, as authorities imposed a curfew for the second day running...

  • Curfew lifted in Srinagar but clashes spread

    SRINAGAR: Authorities lifted a curfew in Srinagar Tuesday after 17 days of lockdown, but protesters continued to clash with police in the main city of India-held Kashmir following two weeks of deadly violence...

    “There will be no restrictions in any part of district Srinagar today on 26 July,” top administrative official Farooq Ahmad Lone said in a statement...

  • Process begins for govt formation in Srinagar

    The die for government formation in India-held Jammu and Kashmir was cast on Saturday with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti staking claim to power and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporting her claim before Governor N...

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  • Indian troops attack funeral in Srinagar; 35 injured

    The 16-year-old boy, Qaiser Hameed Sofi, of the Shalimar area of Srinagar, was found unconscious a day after he went missing on Oct 27...

    According to reports from Srinagar, the family of the deceased alleged that Indian troops had tortured and poisoned him, while Srinagar police claimed that he had gone missing and was found lying in a drain near an industrial complex...

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