Pulwama: Day after houses of six active militants were vandalised in Shopian district by government forces, house of another active Hizbul Mujahideen militant- Umar Khan alias Hammad Khan was ransacked by government troops during night hours in Seer area of Tral town on Thursday. As per the local sources, forces barged into the house of […]
Aakash Hassan SRINAGAR: During evening hours, commuters face traffic jams due to vehicles parked on the road outside liquor stores at Hemal hotel on boulevard road. People who drive on boulevard complain that columns of the vehicle are parked on either side of the road when people “stop to buy liquor”. “Every day, more than […]
Sopore: Prominent educationist and nonagenarian mystic poet of north Kashmir Saifuddin Sopori, popularly known as Saifi Sopori passed away in his ancestral town on Thursday. He was suffering from old-age related issues and was not frequently moving around. Sopori had tremendous command over Urdu language. His first poem was published in Khidmat daily way back […]
Muheet ul Islam / Mushtaq Ahmad Srinagar/ Baramulla: Bilal Ahmad Goujri, a 30-year-old man of Chattabal Bagyar, received an injury in the right leg after he was allegedly thrown out of a window of his house by an unidentified hair cutter on Tuesday night. Farooq Ahmad Goujri, Bilal’s brother, told Kashmir Reader that the hair […]
Frightened, people observe night vigils
Police has taken cognizance of rumours being spread by some people through social media, Facebook and WhatsApp, about the capture of so-called braid choppers at Nishat, Srinagar. An FIR has been lodged and an investigation
As the swine flu surfaced again in the state with ten cases of H1N1 found in Jammu province, in which three people have already died, doctors in Kashmir have raised concern over the preparations in Kashmir valley in case of flu breakout.
DGP says looking for jaadu ki chhadi to solve the mystery
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers on Sunday took out a rally in Doda town of Chenab valley region.
Chairs lie empty as only invitees allowed to sit; government order, though hurriedly cancelled, gets officials from other districts to attend