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‘Heads will roll’ when it is clear who imposed ban on press, says JK Govt: J&K govt says it did not impose ban on press. Severe punishment to the real person. Here’s what Amitabh Mattoo had to say about Media Gagging in Valley.

Every hour of prime time TV news aggression pushes Kashmir a mile westward from India, says Dr. Shah Faesal.

If CM doesn’t know anything about situation, then who runs J&K, says Omar. Here’s what the ex-CM said about prevailing #KashmirUnrest


Today’s Scroll

NHRC issues notice to Centre, J&K government: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday issued notice to the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government over the incidents of widespread violence in the aftermath of the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani.

SSP Srinagar directed by CJM to register FIR against DySP Qadri: Read the latest Update on twisted Batmaloo killing Case here.

Hold plebiscite in Kashmir, Rashid asks Delhi


Now an IPS officer in has passed on ‘advice’ to Dr. Shah Faesal: Dr. Shah Faesal, took everyone by surprise with his social media post where he threatened to resign. There were wide ranging responses from various sections of society including this one where a journalist stripped Dr. Faesal’s post to individual points and sort of blew it to pieces. Now, an IPS officer has lashed out on Shah Faesal for his comment.

Pak national arrested along IB in Jammu. Click here for Details.

#KashmirUnrest: This cop was chased and then his eyes were injured to blind him. Read Details here.

SC can transfer cases from J&K to other states. More Details here

No New Cellular Connections to be sold in the valley: The J&K government has supposedly directed the state run BSNL to stop issuing new post paid SIM cards to people.

Live Bomb found in Government School: A Major disatster was averted when a live bomb was timely found lying in the playground of this school.


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Army Regrets Loss of Life at Qazigund; Initiates Inquiry

The Army deeply regrets, the unfortunate loss of life in the incident at Churat, Qazigund where the troops were forced to open fire yesterday, when a large number of protesters turned violent resorting to heavy stone pelting and attempted to snatch weapons from the army personal. Read the Complete Report Here.

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