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Daily Archives: December 18, 2018

UN passes Pakistan-sponsored resolution on right to self-determination

NEW YORK: The United Nations General Assembly on Monday unanimously passed a Pakistan-sponsored resolution reaffirming people’s right to self-determination and calling on...

By giving forces in Kashmir free hand to deal with protesters, Satya Pal Malik...

SRIANAGR: Kashmir is seething with anger. It is not that civilians have not been killed near encounter sites — six of them...

J&K Bank confers ‘Honour Badges’ upon its Top Achievers

Srinagar: J&K Bank staff is an amazing human resource to workwith for the simple reason, i.e. they surpass expectations even while workingunder stressful...

Urs celebrations of Harzat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani begins from Tomorrow

Srinagar: The 878th urs of  Hazrat Syed  ABU Muhammad ‘Abd al- Qadir ibn Saalih ‘ Abdullah ibn Jangi  Dost al-Jeeli al -Hambli(RA)  also known asHazrat...

National Seminar on ‘Tribal Women of Jammu and Kashmir: Legal issues and Challenges’ held...

Srinagar: TheSchool of Law, University of Kashmir organised one-day National Seminar on ‘TribalWomen of Jammu and Kashmir: Legal issues and Challenges,’ here...

Dr Tabasum Firdous is new Coordinator, Centre for Womens Studies & Research KU, Dr...

Srinagar:  Dr. Tabasum Firdous, has been appointed as newCo-ordinator, Centre for Womens Studies & Research, University of Kashmirwhileas Dr. Tareak Ahmad Rather...

Governor, his advisors must take responsibility of Pulwama civilian killings: Er Rasheed

SRINAGAR: Former legislator and Awami Ittehad party (AIP) supremo Er Rasheed on Tuesday said the governor Satya Pal Malik and his advisor...

Winter vacations announced for Jammu and Kashmir colleges

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday announced winter vacations for all colleges in the state. According to...

On JRL call, funeral prayers in absentia held for Pulwama slain

SRINAGAR: Funeral prayers in absentia were offered on Tuesday at several places in Kashmir capital Srinagar for seven civilians and three militants...

Normalcy in Kashmir after three-day shutdown over Pulwama civilian killings

SRINAGAR: Life returned to normal in Kashmir valley on Tuesday after three days of shutdown against the civilian killings in south Kashmir’s...