Morning Wrap: Amarnath Yatra, Kashmir Unrest and other top stories

The Big Story: Kashmiris are responsible for Burhan Wani’s creation and death

Protests Kashmir

The valley since Saturday the last has seen a lockdown and life has remained paralysed. Hundreds of injured policemen and protesters are receiving medical-aid in hospitals spread across valley. That there would be protests must have been foreseen by but the magnanimity of them evidently was not. The government has had to enforce a blackout in the valley and such harsh measures are going to severely dent the image of the already hated PDP-BJP coalition. Here’s the reason.

Today’s Scroll

PDP leader attacked in Pulwama; receives fractures in both legs: A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) legislator from South Kashmir suffered fractures in both his legs while trying to escape from protesters pelting stones in Pulwama. Read full Report here.

Another Jammu theatre artist makes it to Prime-Time show: The launch of a comedy serial by Sony Entertainment Television on Monday night at 9 PM is going to prove as a gigantic leap in the career of Jammu’s own theater heartthrob. Read about her here.

These Cops in ‪Kashmir‬ are on a Hit List: After the encounter of the Hizbul Mujahideen commander on the 8th of July, the Policemen who were members of the combat team are now on the hit list of the terror group. Click here to Read the full report.

Kashmiri Man Detained in Delhi for demanding Justice: A Kashmiri man was detained by the Delhi Police for protesting with a placard that read, “I want justice.”

Amarnath Yatra resumes from Pahalgam route: The annual Amarnath Yatra resumed on Monday from south Kashmir’s Pahalgam route for the first time since violence started in the Valley on July 9. Click here for details.

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#KASHMIRUNREST: It’s battle between separatists and country, says government.

Azadi: What exactly does azadi mean to ‪Kashmiris‬?

As the valley simmers in tension, and youngsters throng Kashmir’s dark alleys, shouting for azadi, throwing stones, and ready to die, Kashmiris in Jammu revisit the exile. Watch Video Here.

When four policemen stopped hundreds to safeguard KP transit camp: This transit camp is in ruins and how. Read here.

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