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Pave way for polls

Home Minister has signalled welcome willingness to hold J&K polls. But for that, there is political work to be done.

'Not all of them are terrorists': Pakistan on Burhan Wani postal stamps

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also alleged that Sushma Swaraj's "language and tone was unbecoming of a foreign minister", the report said.

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Entrance exams to University of Kashmir delayed by 3 months

The Jammu and Kashmir state board of school education conducts its academic session from December to November, allowing for a long winter break. However, in 2014, the deluge in Srinagar and some parts of South Kashmir led to a delay in the school academic session. 

Amarnath Yatra hampered due to protest on Burhan Wani's death anniversary

Wani was killed along with his two associates by the security forces on this day in 2014 in Anantnag's district's Kokarnag area.

Since 2010, 467 local youth from 354 villages across Jammu-Kashmir have become militants

A report by security agencies has spotlighted the geographical spread of the militancy that was quelled in 2010, but which surged after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on July 8, 2016.

Local recruits & Burhan Wani’s killing: Security officials map militancy’s new patterns in the Valley

Typically, a fresh recruit today announces his entry into militant ranks by posing with a gun and posting that picture on social media.

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Telling Numbers: In 21 months since Burhan Wani's death, 115 miliants killed, 209 recruited

From August 2016 to April 2018, 209 militants have been recruited, over 80% more than the 115 killed in encounters.

As many as 51 killed, 9000 injured in unrest after Burhan Wani's killing: J-K govt

In a written reply to the question of a National Conference MLA in the state Assembly, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said 51 people were killed in Kashmir division from July 2016 to February 2017.

On sale is literature hailing Burhan Wani as a hero of freedom

The magazine was being sold in a big stall manned by supporters of SAD (Amritsar).

Big blow to Hizbul Mujahideen, top commander Yasin Yatoo killed

Speaking to The Indian Express, IG (Kashmir Zone) Muneer Khan described the killing of Yatoo as a “very big success”. “He was one of the top commanders active here. It was a difficult operation in a place surrounded by orchards and nullahs, but we were successful,” said Khan.

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