Old stories: Date wise

Years on: Victim families of Sopore massacre await justice

Srinagar, January 06 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, justice continues to elude the victim families of gory Sopore massacre for the past 29 years whose near and dear ones lose their lives at the hands of Indian Border Security Force personnel in Sopore town on chilly morning …

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Article: “Bulli-Bai”: A ploy to hurt camaraderie between Sikhs and Muslims

Humayun Aziz Sandeela Having miserably failed in toning down the impact and ramifications of the Khalistan Referendum and to hurt the camaraderie between Sikh and Muslim communities in India and around the globe, Mumbai Police in India has revealed that not only Bulli Bai, but several other social media handles …

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Indian Army’s JCO, BSF head constable died in IIOJK

Srinagar, 6 Jan (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, two Indian troops died in two different incidents in the territory. A 41-year-old Indian Junior Commissioned Officer Mohinder Kumar died of a cardiac arrest in Machil area of Kupwara district. “The officer suffered a massive cardiac on Wednesday morning …

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Modi grilled for muted response to China’s advance in Arunachal, LAC

New Delhi, January 06 (KMS):China’s construction of the Pangong Tso bridge or settlements to the north of Arunachal Pradesh means that there is material change in the situation on the ground. And, this is fraught with adverse consequences for India, said an article published in an India-specific digital platform. The …

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Bulli Bai: Multiple twitter handles used to divide Sikhs, Muslims

Mumbai, January 06 (KMS):  Investigations by Mumbai Police in India have revealed that not only Bulli Bai, but several other handles were used on social media platforms, ostensibly intended to drive a wedge between Sikh and Muslim communities. Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said that three persons have been arrested …

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India on path to self-destruction, can’t suppress Kashmiris’ struggle: Alvi

Islamabad, January 06 (KMS): President Dr. Arif Alvi has said India was on the path to self-destruction with its Hindutva policy targeting all minorities as it was vainly planning to suppress the Kashmiris’ struggle for their right to self-determination with barbaric steps. He said the unending oppression coupled with atrocities …

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‘See Kashmir through humanitarian angle’

Islamabad, January 06 (KMS):: Former diplomat Riffat Masood has said that there is need to viewing Kashmir from a humanitarian lens first and Pakistan should build a strong economic foundation to be able to present Kashmir issue more effectively in the global arena. Ms Masood was addressing a round table …

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