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Ceasefire half-hearted measure from India: Salahuddin
SRINAGAR, May 18 (CNS): Conglomerate of militant outfits, United Jehad Council Friday said that the ceasefire declaration for the month of Ramazan by India would have looked receptive and encouraging, if this country would have shown some seriousness and character. While addressing high command council meeting UJC and Hizb head, Syed Salahuddin said that this ceasefire is a big joke as it is based on the idea of ceasefire versus ceasefire. “Once the month of Ramadan will be over, India will again unleash terror and resort to killings,” he said adding that such tactics can’t mislead the people of Kashmir and the international community. As per a statement to news agency CNS, Syed Salahuddin advised India to be serious and take appropriate measures to resolve the issue of Kashmir. “Ceasef...
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PM’s visit to Kashmir a welcome step: Sharma
‘Ceasefire a big peace initiative’
SRINAGAR, May 18: Central government’s special representative on Jammu and Kashmir Dineshwar Sharma has welcomed the visit of prime minister Narendra Modi to Jammu and Kashmir immediately after the ceasefire. Talking to media, Sharma said prime minister Narendra Modi visiting Kashmir shortly after the announcement of unilateral ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir is a welcome step. Dineshwar Sharma who was last year appointed special representative on Jammu and Kashmir for the purposes of political engagement has been holding meetings with people of cross section of society besides meeting the Governor N N Vohra, chief minister Mehbooba Mufti and several opposition leaders for the last more than one year. However Sharma is yet to reach out to separatist leaders spearheading the current phas...
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Guilty to be punished: BJP
SRINAGAR, May 16: J&K BJP president Ravinder Raina on Wednesday said that the guilty in the Kathua minor rape and murder would be punished. Raina arrived in Srinagar after he was named the party's state president. He was talking to media on the sidelines of a BJP function here after his arrival in Srinagar after he was appointed as the party’s state president. He said, “As a law student, I know that Kathua rape and murder case is sub-judice and we need not comment on it, yet I know that the most powerful institution in our country is the judiciary. Those guilty of this heinous crime would get exemplary punishment and no innocent person would suffer.” In January, an eight-year-old girl from Kathua was abducted, raped and murdered, triggering widespread outrage. Raina parried questions ...
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LeT rejects ceasefire declared by Delhi
SRINAGAR, May 16 (CNS): Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, has firmly asserted that cease-fire is no option and no thought can be given on such compromise. “We deem it as sin and disgrace to the sacrifices put up in the freedom struggle. We are the heirs of the martyrs. Opting for such choice is treachery to blood of martyrs and there is no disgrace as such,” LeT Chief Mehmood Shah said in a statement to news agency CNS. Shah said that the statement of India's interior minister is nothing but a drama. “It may be a wish of India and its few sympathizers and nothing else. Bipin Rawat is of the opinion that he may threaten the Kashmiris by imposing atrocities on unarmed students. It has neither happened before nor will it happen now. We were active in the resistance before and so we will be ...
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Ramzan begins today
SRINAGAR, May 16: The holy month of Ramzan will begin tomorrow as the moon marking the beginning of the month has been sighted. The grand mufti of Jammu and Kashmir, Mufti Bashir-ud-Din told media that the moon has been sighted. “We have received ample testimonies,” he said, adding the holy month will begin tomorrow. Earlier, Pakistan also announced the sighting of the moon. “The moon marking the beginning of the holy month of Ramadhan has been sighted, Central Ruet-i-Hilal Committee Chairman Mufti Munibur Rehman announced on Wednesday. The holy month will begin from May 17, Thursday,” reported Dawn News. The holy month will also begin in Arab world tomorrow....
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Minor reshuffle in administration
SRINAGAR, May 14: A minor reshuffle has been ordered in the administration by the state government. Lokesh Dutt Jha, IAS (JK: 1986), Financial Commissioner, Revenue, J&K, is transferred and posted as Vice-Chairman Director General, J&K Institute of Management, Public Administration and Rural Development, relieving Khurshid Ahmed, IAS, Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, General Administration Department of the additional charge of the post. Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon, IAS(JK:1993), Principal Secretary to the Government, Higher Education Department, is transferred and posted as Financial Commissioner, Revenue, J&K, vice Lokesh Dutt Jha. Mohammad Javed Khan, IAS (JK:2005), Secretary to the Government, Technical Education, Youth Services and Sports Department, shall hold the charge of ...
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