Old stories: Month wise

‘India trying to scapegoat Pakistan to hide its failures in Afghanistan’

Islamabad, September 23 (KMS): After facing defeat in Afghanistan, India wants to build an anti-Pakistan narrative by trying to create an impression that Islamabad will use Taliban’s takeover in Kabul as an opportunity to foment trouble in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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Police asked to act against fake accounts on Jammu Div Commissioner’s name

Jammu, September 23 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, taking note of several fake social media accounts being operated on his name, the Jammu Divisional Commissioner, Raghav Langer has asked the cyber police to take action against the people behind them. Some of these fake accounts are operational …

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TeH leader Merajuddin Kalwal released on parole for 6 hours

New Delhi, September 23 (KMS): Illegally detained senior leader of Tehreek–e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir, Raja Merajuddin Kalwal was allowed to visit home for six hours on parole in the wake of death of his mother in Srinagar. The TeH leader, Raja Merajuddin Kalwal is presently under detention at Tihar jail, New …

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22-year-old Kulgam youth found dead in Indian Punjab

Moga, India, September 23 (KMS): Another Kashmiri shawl seller was found dead in Punjab, India. Bilal Ahmad Malik, 22, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Moga city of the Indian Punjab. He was working as shawl seller in Moga city of the Indian Punjab at present. “His family members …

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Air quality: New WHO norms, now almost entire India polluted

New Delhi, Sept 23 (KMS): The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released stringent air quality guidelines, lowering the recommended levels of pollutants that can be considered safe for human health.  The new air quality guidelines mean that nearly entire India would be considered a polluted zone for most of the …

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US rules out adding India to security alliance with Australia, UK

Washington, Sept 23 (KMS): The United States has ruled out adding India or Japan to the recently created security partnership with Australia and the United Kingdom in the Indo-Pacific popular as AUKUS. On September 15, US President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson …

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Pakistan urges UN Human Rights Council to halt India’s rights abuses in Kashmir

Geneva, Sept 23 (KMS):Pakistan told the UN Human Rights Council that India continues to trample upon Kashmiri people’s fundamental rights, and urged the 47-member body to act and halt those abuses. Speaking in a general debate, Khalil Hashmi, Pakistan’s ambassador to the UN offices in Geneva, also called on the …

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Indian govt detained CAA activist Safoora arbitrarily: UN Body

New Delhi, Sep 23 (KMS): The United Nations’ Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) in its annual report, has termed the arrest of Christian James Michel in the AugustaWestland VVIP helicopter deal and anti-CAA activist Safoora Zargar by Indian authorities as arbitrary. The WGAD, which investigates arbitrary arrests and detentions …

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Dismissal of employees sending wrong signal: Tarigami

Srinagar, Sept 23 (KMS): CPI(M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami has said the summary dismissal of employees for affiliation with freedom movement in Jammu and Kashmir was sending a wrong signal to the workforce in the territory. Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami in a statement in Srinagar, reacting to the administration’s decision to …

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