Sunday, September 19, 2021


Jammu and Kashmir: PDP workers remove national flag from govt building and hoist their party flag, FIR registered by police

PDP workers replaced the national flag with their party flag at a Dak Bungalow in Kotranka where Mehbooba Mufti was scheduled to stay

Jammu Kashmir: Govt employees required to maintain absolute allegiance to India, detailed verification to be carried out

In case if an employee fails in the integrity verification their promotion (Functional/Non-functional) will be put on hold immediately, the order mentioned.

Kashmiri separatists elect a new leader to break away from India after Geelani’s death, Economic Times calls him ‘pro-freedom’ leader

50 year old Masarat Alam Bhat is a leader of the Muslim League and has been in Tihar Jail in Delhi since June 2019 in a terror funding case being investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Roads, colleges in Srinagar to be named after Kashmiri Hindus who were forced to flee during the exodus

The Government has decided to rename roads, buildings and colleges in Srinagar after Kashmiri Hindus who were forced to flee.

No stone pelting, no violent clashes: Swift actions by administration prevent unrest in Kashmir after Geelani’s death

Following the death of separatist patriarch Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Jammu and Kashmir administration imposed restrictions to prevent violence

We have the right to speak for Muslims in Kashmir or anywhere else in the world: Taliban Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen

Suhail Shaheen said that being Muslims, the Taliban has the right to raise their voice for Muslims in India, and any other country.

When a journalist asked tough questions to Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani it led to threats and intimidation. Watch

In 2011, journalist Aditya Raj Kaul had exposed the links of separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani with terror handlers in Pakistan

Syed Ali Shah Geelani: A lifetime of peddling Pakistan’s agenda in Jammu and Kashmir. A profile

A vocal supporter of Pakistan and its designs in the Kashmir valley, Geelani had made it clear that his agenda is Islamism, packaged and delivered as per Pakistan's wishes. "Hum Pakistani hain aur Pakistan Hamara Hai", was his famous slogan.

Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani buried within hours of his death even as Pakistan scrambled to instigate locals

Security arrangements were made for the final rites of Geelani (92), who was buried at Srinagar's 'Martyrs' Graveyard'. The police allowed only a limited number of his relatives to attend the funeral.
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