Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, at least three Indian troops were injured in a blast in Baramulla district, today.

The blast occurred after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off when an Indian army convoy was passing through Nadihal in Rafiabad area of the district this afternoon, a police officer told media men. He said that one of the three injured troopers was in critical condition.  »

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Concern expressed over Pak, India border tension

Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that by stopping the international aid to the flood-hit Kashmiris India is subjecting them to sheer political vengeance to suppress their resolve to achieve their inalienable right to self-determination.15

Syed Ali Gilani said this while addressing a function organised by his party, Tehreek-e-Hurriyet Jammu and Kashmir, to distribute relief among the flood victims at Hyderpora in Srinagar. He said that many countries were ready to help in rehabilitation of the flood-affected people in the territory but India was disallowing the international relief.  »

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Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a delegation of Jamaat-e-Islami visited several flood-hit villages of Pampore and Kakapora tehsils to assess the scale of devastation caused by the recent flood. The team expressed deep sympathies with the victims over huge loss incurred by the flooding.  »

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Beijng, October 16 (KMS): China has called upon India and Pakistan to show restraint, stop trading fire along the Line of Control (LoC) and resolve their issues through dialogue.

“China is highly attentive to the situation,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hong Lei, said.  »

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Terms relief package as crude joke

Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a traders’ body has announced to organize a road show on Saturday against India and local authorities for failing to mitigate the sufferings of business community caused by the recent floods.

The decision was taken by the State Economic Reconstruction Forum (SERF), an amalgam of trade bodies in Kashmir, at its meeting in Srinagar. The members outrightly rejected the authorities’ so-called Relief-cum-Rehabilitation Package. The traders termed these announcements as a crude joke with the suffering people of the territory. »

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Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that many countries are ready to help in rehabilitation of flood-affected people in the territory but India is disallowing the international aid.

Syed Ali Gilani addressing a function organised by his party, Tehreek-e-Hurriyet Jammu and Kashmir, to distribute relief among the flood victims at Hyderpora in Srinagar said, “We have been receiving offers from various countries for rehabilitation of flood affected persons in Jammu and Kashmir, however India is disallowing international aid.” »

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Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): A report compiled by the High Court Bar Association of occupied Kashmir holding the puppet authorities responsible for the worsening post-flood situation in the territory has revealed that the job to decide whether an affected house is livable has been left to patwaris instead of a team of engineers. »

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Srinagar, October 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a decades-old book shop in Srinagar has suffered a massive loss of more than 350,000 books during the last month’s devastating flood.

Last month, the floods not only damaged healthcare and other infrastructure in the Kashmir Valley but also turned millions of books in the city’s bookstores into muck. »

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Kashmiris being made scapegoat by Modi-led Govt

Srinagar, October 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Hurriyet leaders have called upon the United Nations, the United States and other major powers of the world to prevail upon India to resolve the Kashmir dispute and allow international aid to reach the flood-affected people of the territory.

Leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Hurriyet Conference, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, during his visit to flood-hit areas of Sopore, today, said that the Modi-led government in New Delhi was making the Kashmiris scapegoat to win the sympathies of Hindu extremists in the upcoming elections in Maharashtra and other states of India. »

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Waza visited LelharSrinagar, October 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, APHC leaders, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Javed Ahmad Mir and Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi have called upon India to either take steps for rehabilitation of Kashmiri flood affectees or allow international relief before winter.

The leaders, today, visited the flood-hit Lelhar village of Pulwama district and expressed sympathies with the flood victims.

They said that the floods had devastated the entire Kashmir, but puppet authorities had not yet completing the damage assessment. »

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Jammu, October 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the passport office has been a source of psychological torture for the people, who want to seek travel documents for foreign education.

A student selected for MBBS in Bangladesh is about to lose her admission, as the passport authorities are not issuing the vital document for the past four months. »

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Muzaffarabad, October 15 (KMS): The United Jihad Council Chairman, Syed Salahuddin has said that ceasefire violations by India along borders with Pakistan is a stint on part of Narendra Modi to appease the Hindu voters in the Assembly elections of the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Syed Salahuddin addressing a UJC meeting here said, Modi wants to win the sympathies of Hindu extremists in Maharashtra by resorting to ceasefire violations along Line of Control. »

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