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Mehbooba advocates opening of historic routes

SRINAGAR, The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday has pleaded for opening up the State to the outside world and its opportunities. The spokesman said the geographical positioning of the State makes its gateway to Central Asia and that position ought to be used for opening up its people ...

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Misgovernance affecting day-to-day life across the Valley, says Omar

Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Working President Omar Abdullah on Saturday said an unprecedented, acute crisis in the delivery of basic governance was affecting day-to-day life across the State. “Presiding over and addressing the Party’s Monthly Provincial Committee Meeting held at Party Headquarters ‘Nawa-e-Subha’ in Srinagar. Addressing Senior Leaders, Legislators, ...

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2-day seminar on ‘Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and Social Justice’ begins at KU

Srinagar, A two-day seminar titled “Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and Social Justice” began at the University of Kashmir on Saturday organised by Shah-I-Hamadan Institute of Islamic Studies in collaboration with the J&K Muslim Waqf Board, was inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi. In his presidential address, Prof Andrabi while deliberating upon ...

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Pakistan could lose territory to terrorists: US

Anwar Iqbal WASHINGTON: Shifting between soft persuasions and tough advice, the United States is now saying that Pakistan could lose control of its territory if it does not sever ties with the Haqqanis and other terrorists. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — who issued the advice at a Washington ...

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JKLF condemns ban on Public Rally in Islamabad

Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir liberation front on Friday said in a statement that ban on peaceful JRL rally (Jalsa) in Islamabad has once again proved that India and its Kashmiri stooges have no guts to compete with resistance camp on a political front. In a statement, JKLF spokesman said, “Curfew, restrictions, ...

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Kashmir University starts ‘colloquium lectures’

Srinagar, The University of Kashmir in the first initiative of its kind has started colloquium lectures to enable students, scholars and teachers to share their ideas on a common platform. The spokesman said, the first colloquium lecture was delivered by the vice-chancellor Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi, who spoke on his research ...

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