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Internet services suspended in Srinagar
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SRINAGAR, Apr 20: Mobile Internet services were temporarily suspended in Srinagar city, while the high-speed network was throttled in parts of south Kashmir today. Officials said this was done as a precautionary measure to check rumour mongering in the wake of recent protests demanding justice for the Kathua rape victim. A police official said the suspension of the mobile Internet facility was a precautionary measure for just few hours. It was a precautionary measure to check rumour mongering and prevent miscreants from creating any law and order problems, the official said. He said while mobile Internet services were working normally in the rest of the valley, the speed was reduced in the four districts of Anantnag, Kulgam, Pulwama and Shopian of south Kashmir. The official said the...
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Minister orders attachment of director SKICC
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SRINAGAR, Apr 19: Tourism minister Tassaduq Hussain Mufti today ordered attachment of director Sher-e-Kashmir international conference centre (SKICC) Yasmeen Khan along with engineering staff. An official spokesman said the minister issued the orders in connection with the allegations against the officer(s) for violation of rules and norms amounting to abuse of official position, breach of trust, thereby inflicting a huge loss to the state exchequer. Earlier, the minister also directed for constituting two committees under additional secretary tourism and director tourism Kashmir to conduct a thorough probe into the alleged irregularities, the spokesperson said. The minister had also directed the finance department for conducting special audit of SKICC for last 10 years, he added....
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CCTV pictures help cops to solve 2 cases
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SRINAGAR, Apr 18: Pictures taken through CCTV cameras helped local police today solve two cases. The pictures were given wide publicity through social media and media. Police got leads about the two accused persons from the people and both of them were arrested. One of the arrested persons is a truck driver, involved in hit and run case at Chanapora Bypass. After the accident, the driver in his truck could be tracked and identified. The pictures of the truck were circulated by police in social media and media. This led to the arrest of driver. Another person was involved in a molestation case. After his picture figured in social media, some people helped police in nabbing him....
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Kangan shuts for 2nd day against killing of youth
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SRINAGAR, Apr 16: The killing of a youth sparked spontaneous shutdown for the second consecutive day today in Kangan town. Amir Hamid Lone (22) of Chatergul Kangan, a second year student of degree college Ganderbal who after receiving critical injuries in the clashes with security forces on April 3 succumbed nearly two weeks after battling with life at SKIMS on Sunday. Clashes had erupted in Kangan on the day against the killing of another youth, Gowhar Ahmad Rather of Jamia market Kangan. Reports said that shops and other business establishments remained shut while transports also remained off the roads. Government had ordered the closure of all the educational institutions in the district....
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Militants attack cops in Khanyar
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SRINAGAR, Apr 14: Unidentified militants attacked a police party at Khanyar here today, police said. The militants fired on the police patrol party near Shiraz Chowk at around 4.00 PM, said a police official. He, however, said that no injuries were reported in the incident, while gunmen managed to flee from the spot....
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Naeem hails BJP’s support in Asifa case
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SRINAGAR, Apr 14: Works minister and senior Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader Naeem Akhtar today hailed the support of BJP in Asifa gangrape and murder case. Talking to media persons after the party’s meeting Akhtar said they appreciate the support of the BJP, PM Modi, home minister Rajnath Singh and Amit Shah in Asifa case. “We appreciate our alliance partner who helped us in this case…they made the two ministers resign in the case. I see that as a confidence building measure. And if PDP and BJP continue to resolve their issues like this, I see there is no substitute to this alliance,” he said....
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