In the book, meant to introduce Class X students to Economics in “a simplified manner”, most parts of the Economics section have been lifted word-by-word from the J&K Economic Survey.
Calling the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) as one of the “primary facilitators of impunity” for security forces, the report has demanded its repealing.
The posters were pasted at several places in the town Monday night and have pictures of the two men, identified as Abdul Qayoom Najar and Imtiyaz Ahmad Kundoo.
While all those killed had some ties to militant outfits or separatist hardliners, different narratives have emerged to explain the mystery behind the mayhem.
Months after the Jhelum flooded the city, the municipal corporation is filling up what would have been a vital diversion for the water should the river burst its banks again.
Slain civilian identified as Aijaz Ahmad, a resident of Mundji locality in Sopore town.
Hurriyat has termed the government action as “state terrorism” saying it has proved that Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s slogan of “battle of ideas” is hollow.
Forty-year-old Meraaj-ud-din Dar was gunned down outside his poultry shop at Badambagh in Sopore. Police said Dar, who had two daughters, was a former JKLF militant.
In the first 100 days of the government, the coalition partners have failed to deliver on any of the promises they made to the people in their ‘agenda for alliance’.
The order was rolled back within a day after opposition from BJP, that is part of the ruling coalition in the state.
The tower, located in a residential compound, was attacked by the unidentified militants at Gadood bagh in Habbakadal area around noon, police sources said.
Hardline Hurriyat Conference today said people will continue to wave Pakistan flags at its rallies in Kashmir, as it termed the neighbour country a "well wisher".
Parikkar's statement that Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) was mandatory if the Army had to be deployed in Jammu and Kashmir or any other state for internal security
"If someone wants to stop the operations of these cellular companies, they should openly announce it so that nobody has to pay with his life," said the victim's brother.
Militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen has ‘condemned’ the incident at BSNL shop that killed a 23-year-old man in Sopore.
J&K HC has assailed the system that lets those who can’t even write an essay on ‘The Cow’ to teach schoolchildren.
This is very rare in the valley that the little-known schools have secured the top positions in the Class X exam leaving behind the top missionary schools.
The court gave a simple line for translation from English to Urdu and vice-versa but the teacher failed.
Armed with brushes and buckets, 5 arts students fill ‘blank spaces’ with murals on Valley’s culture.
The incident came to light after opposition NC spokesman uploaded a copy of the admit card on Twitter.
Geelani further said RSS are not going to succeed because their plans are against humanity, against nature,” he added.
police have said that Khalid Muzaffar Wani died of a bullet injury during a gunbattle between the Army and militants in a forest, and not due to torture as his family has claimed.
This is 26th case under the Public Safety Act against Masarat since 1990
Masarat Alam was released in March after spending four and a half years in jail under six consecutive PSAs.
During the joint rally, the leaders spoke of a 'united stand' on the Kashmir issue.
Khalid’s death on April 13 was the first casualty at the hands of security forces in J&K since CM Mufti Sayeed took over.
The eye-witness also alleged a police official, and not paramilitary forces, had fired at the victim.
The leaders have already approached the Geelani-led faction seeking their inclusion into the separatist fold.
Protesters took to the streets and clashed with police and paramilitary forces. More than a dozen people were injured in the clashes.
Wani’s son Khalid Muzaffar was killed on Monday evening by the army in the forests of Tral.
Identfied as Khalid Ahmad, he is a brother of Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) militant Burhan who is active from several years.
Mainstream political leaders too have opposed the move by the state.
The Separatists say they will oppose any move to settle Kashmiri Pandits in separate enclaves.
It has been 20 hours since the rain stopped but the water levels in Jhelum are still a cause of worry.
The National Conference said the contradictory reports reflected on the credibility of the Commission.
J&K Police said that they had evacuated nearly 300 families to safer locations.
With the end of the Mughal Empire and the rise of British power, the 19th century Muslim intellectual had to reimagine his politics.