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A Blood-soaked Eid - Greater Kashmir
This year’s Eid is not an occasion of festivity but that of mourning. A whole population of Gaza has been ruthlessly trampled to extinction like a swarm of ants and the world looks on. The most hellish aspect of the devastating tragedy is, as reports now ...
The empty coffers - Greater Kashmir
After the debacle in the Parliamentary elections, the present rulers of Kashmir have been announcing a series of so called people friendly measures in spite of the fact that the government treasuries are virtually empty. These actions are best summed up in ...
Traffic cop caught on camera demanding Rs 500 - Greater Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: The video of a Traffic cop demanding Rs 500 from some non-local motorist on Pantha Chowk highway has gone viral on the social networking sites prompting police to initiate an inquiry which found that the money was taken as fine amount.
Soldier killed in accidental fire - Greater Kashmir
Ganderbal, July 31: An Army man of 5 RR was killed here after his service rifle accidentally went off Wednesday night. Army sources said that Parvindar Kumar of Kishtwar, a Hawaldar in 5 RR BN (JAT) at Ganderbal, was critically injured when he was cleaning ...
Geelani calls for protests today, shutdown tomorrow - Greater Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: Terming as “disastrous” the government decision to declare KousarNaag in Shopian district as a new Yatra destination, the Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani Thursday called for peaceful protest demonstrations against ...
Kulgam: Scores injured in clashes against Kousar Nag yatra - Greater Kashmir
Kulgam, July 31: Police Thursday foiled a public march in Aharabal area of this south Kashmir district against the Kousar Nag yatra. The march to Kousar Nag was given by the Kousar Nag Bachao Front (KBF). According to reports, hundreds of people from the ...
Under fire, Army to sanitize ‘meadow of death’ from today - Greater Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: In the wake of public outcry over civilian killings in TosaMaidan firing range in central Kashmir’s Budgam district, Army has decided to clear the meadow of unexploded shells from Friday. A spokesman of Army’s 15 Corps told Greater ...
Employability got special impetus in JK during Omar’s tenure: Rana - Greater Kashmir
Jammu, July 31: Enumerating the initiatives of Omar led government in enhancing employability, Provincial President National Conference Devender Singh Rana said on Thursday that the main plank of the government has been to combat burgeoning unemployment by ...
When Safai Walas couldn’t celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr - Greater Kashmir
Srinagar, July 31: For Ghulam Muhammad (name changed), the sole bread-earner of his family, his monthly wages of Rs 4,500 were the only financial hope for celebrating Eid-Ul-Fitr. Hoping to get salary ahead of the big day, the family head had assured his ...
Deputation of College Principals call on Governor - Greater Kashmir
Srinagar, Julye 31: A deputation of Principals of Colleges in Jammu Province called on N.N. Vohra, Governor, here at the Raj bhavan today. The deputation discussed with the Governor several important issues which relate to promoting effective and sustained ...