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Tarigami asks India, Pak to initiate fresh dialogue on Kashmir
JAMMU, Aug 18: CPI (M) secretary and four time MLA Kulgam, Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami on Saturday appealed both the neighbouring countries including India and Pakistan to initiate a fresh dialogue process to resolve the Kashmir issue. Tarigami also urged to accommodate all the voices from the state including the dissent voices here to make the dialogue process fruitful. Talking to a Srinagar based news agency, Tarigami said, “A fresh dialogue initiative must be started by the Modi led government and the newly formed Imran Khan led government in Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue. I believe any initiation of the process in 21st century will prove fruitful.” He also said that the all the voices across Jammu and Kashmir including Hurriyat must be taken on the board in the dialogue proces...
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Hope Imran to continue supporting Kashmiris’ cause: Mirwaiz
SRINAGAR, Aug 18: Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while felicitating Imran Khan for taking oath as the Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan extended best wishes and prayers from the people of J&K and hoped that the government of Pakistan would work hard to realize the dream of Qaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinah–both economically and politically stable Pakistan. Mirwaiz in his message of greetings to Imran Khan said that he was hopeful that the new slogan of ‘Naya Pakistan’ floated by the new Prime Minister of Pakistan would turn to success under the new government there. Mirwaiz also hoped that the new regime in Pakistan would continue to advocate strongly for the resolution of problems faced by Muslims across the globe and work hard for their redressal. Mirwa...
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Arms, ammunition found near LoC in Rajouri
RAJOURI, Aug 16: An army on Thursday claimed to have found a huge cache of arms and ammunition near the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri. According to reports, a search operation was launched by an army in Jhanjar area of Rajouri, during which an ammunition was found. Earlier a soldier was injured when an infiltration bid was foiled by the army. “A large forest area has been surrounded. The operation is still on to ensure that no militant is hiding in the dense jungle,” news gatherer quoted defense source as saying....
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Security heightened in Jammu ahead of I-Day
JAMMU, Aug 14: Tight security arrangements were put in place on Tuesday across Jammu division on the eve of Independence Day. “Security has been strengthened at all vital installations, including government buildings and religious places, to maintain a tight vigil to ensure a peaceful and violence free Independence Day,” officials said today. While in Jammu and adjoining areas three-tier security arrangements were in place, fool-proof security arrangements were made in all district headquarters and major towns in the division. “Continuous and random frisking of vehicles is going on as part of the security plan across the division. Cooperation from civilians travelling in any vehicle will not only lead to completion of frisking process of vehicles in shortest possible time but will also ...
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