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Relations With Geelani Personal, Never Carried Any Message From Modi to Him: Saraf

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SRINAGAR: Describing his relations with Kashmir's breakaway Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani personal, Sanjay Saraf national youth president of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), which is a part of NDA , said he has never carried any message from BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to him (Geelani). "Besides filing an FIR, I am seeking opinion for initiating legal action against a national daily which has reported that I was among two persons who carried a message from...

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Nine People Injured in 2 Different Road Accidents in Kashmir

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SRINAGAR: Nine people were injured in two different road accidents in south Kashmir district of Anantnag and Pulwama, official sources said here today. They said seven people, including a driver, were injured when a vehicle in which they were travelling turned turtle at Pampore on Srinagar-Jammu national highway. The injured were admitted to hospital. Two passengers travelling on the rooftop of a Tata Sumo Vehicle were injured when they fell down at Panad Khiram in south Kashmir district...

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Heavy Rain Damages a House, Inmates Escape Narrowly in North Kashmir

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SRINAGAR: A house was damaged due to heavy rains in north Kashmir district of Bandipora, official sources said here today. However, the family members escaped narrowly. They said due to heavy rains, house of one Abdul Aziz Bokda collapsed at Pakhtoon Pati, Sumbal Bala in Bandipora. The house was damaged completely, they said adding neighbours immediately launched an operation and rescued all the inmates safely.

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Blast From The Past

Kashmir fears slide into political turmoil

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SRINIGAR, April 20 (1989): "Welcome to Paradise" reads the banner greeting tourists seeking the grandeur and serenity of Kashmir valley high in the Himalayas. But tourists are cancelling their trips in droves after anti-government riots this month that killed at least...

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  • Wildlife & Environment

    Anniversary: Siachen Glacier, World's Highest...

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    Andrew North NEW DELHI: On 13 April 1984, Indian troops snatched control of the Siachen glacier in northern Kashmir, narrowly beating Pakistan. Thirty years later,...

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    War-weary Kids Toil In Kashmir's Dying Carpet Art

    Young Children Weaving Carpets in Kashmir

    Kainaat Mushtaq SRINAGAR: Inayat Hussain is only eight, but his eyes are failing. Working in dim light from dawn to dusk for 13 hours every day, six days a week...

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    Life & Culture

    Kashmir: Lone Crusader To Pariah

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    Muzaffar Raina SRINAGAR: The lone candidate who dared to join the parliamentary poll fray at the beginning of militancy in Srinagar is a lonely man. Mohammad Shafi...

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