Cross-LoC bus service resumes

Cross-LoC bus service resumes

The Cross-LoC bus service resumed through Poonch district on Monday after being suspended last week, despite the ongoing skirmishes along the Line of Control (LoC) and the India-Paksitan border. Nine people, including five Jammu and Kashmir residents, returned to India, while 20 used the service to go back to

Govt considering amnesty for second-time stone pelters: Mehbooba

Govt considering amnesty for second-time stone pelters: Mehbooba

After amnesty to first-time stone throwers in Kashmir, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday announced that her government is considering a review of the cases of “second-time stone pelting offenders” in the Valley. She said that her government was currently reviewing the cases (FIRs) against the “first-time” offenders.

Govt faces flak for arresting Gujjar activist in Jammu

Govt faces flak for arresting Gujjar activist in Jammu

The government was cornered by the opposition on Monday over the arrest of a Gujjar activist who has been rallying for justice in the case of rape-and-murder of an 8-year-old girl in Jammu region. The activist, Talib Hussain, was arrested by police on Sunday for creating “nuisance” after he held a public

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