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J&K: 61 security personnel among 72 people killed between January-April, reveals RTI

The number of security personnel and civilians killed during the corresponding period last year was 91 and 39 respectively. A total of 177 militants were also killed by police and security forces between January to April this year.

Kashmir: ‘We can see loved ones alive or dead only on phone’

Sisters hoping to see their ailing mother, a woman who died waiting for her daughter, a girl who lost out on a medical seat — is this what we came back for, ask former militants.

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J&K places 650 school teachers in ‘adverse’ list, many for kin’s past

Most teachers put on the list by the J&K Police have had a relative involved in militancy in the 1990s or were named in cases of rioting and public disorder.

What terror feeds on

Mobs targeting J&K students target India and its young. That will be the terrible success of terror.

Opposition stands with govt but asks it to ensure Kashmiris are not harassed

Sources said barring Union Minister Ramdas Athawale and Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut who called for aggressive action by the government, the others refrained from making provocative suggestions.

Urban local body polls: Elected, they can’t return home, seek refuge in Srinagar hotels

On the banks of Dal lake, the government has hired a hotel, two wings of which are home to about 30 councillors of the newly-elected Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC).

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Pakistan terror groups use women to 'honey trap' youths: officials

During interrogation, accused Syed Shazia told the investigators about the presence of some more women in militants ranks who had been tasked with luring youths into militancy, officials from central security agencies said.

Akhnoor: Two Kashmiri militants carrying AK-56 rifles held near LoC

The spurt in militant activity in Jammu region has come ahead of the Panchachat elections which are being held in nine phases beginning from this month.

Number of resignations of SPOs 'negligible', restricted to certain areas of south Kashmir: J-K govt

State chief secretary B V R Subrahmanyam said all SPOs have been instructed about their personal safety while the government is in process of enhancing their honorarium.

No J&K policeman resigned, videos 'propaganda': MHA

"My name is Irshad Ahmad Baba and I was working as a constable in the police. I have rendered my resignation...," said one of them in a video being widely circulated on social media in Srinagar.

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RIP Shujaat Bukhari: Thousands attend funeral as Kashmir journalist laid to rest

Shujaat Bukhari was laid to rest in his ancestral village as thousands of mourners attended his funeral amidst heavy rain. Bukhari was known for appreciating peace dialogues and believed in a political solution to Kashmir conflict. He is survived by his wife and two children.

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