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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.

Kashmiris get emotional as the colours of Indian national flag fill the streets, thank PM Modi for creating history

This is the third Independence Day celebration in the valley since the special status to Jammu and Kashmir was scrapped in 2019

CNS News Agency journalist Adil Farooq caught with grenades in Srinagar, was earlier arrested in 2019

The youth arrested has been identified as Adil Farooq, a journalist working with CNS News Agency in Press Enclave.

Delhi: Car thief gang members Showkat and Md Zubair interrogated by J and K CID and IB over possible terror links

Showkat Ahmed, a resident of Baramula, J and K, and Mohammad Zubair, from Kairana, UP, were nabbed recently by Delhi Police.

Srinagar: Top LeT commander, 1 Pakistani terrorist killed in encounter, AK-47s recovered

Earlier in March, Abrar was responsible for killing two Central Reserve Police Force personnel in a terror attack in Lawaypora of Srinagar.

Jammu and Kashmir: Krishna Dhaba reopens, almost 2 months after owner’s son was killed by Islamic terrorists

Father of Akash Mehra, calling Kashmir his home said, "We were born here and have lived here all our life. Where else will we go."

Real Kashmiriyat: Muslim RJ targeted for getting a picture clicked with film-maker shooting a movie on Kashmiri Hindu genocide

RJ Rafia was targeted for getting a picture clicked with Vivek Agnihotri who is working on a movie showing genocide of Kashmiri Hindus

CBI arrests one Niyaz Ahmed Mir from Srinagar for running a child sex abuse racket in the US

Mir and his US-based wife Tamara targeted minors in the US to run a child sex abuse racket and produce pornographic material

Jammu and Kashmir assembly observes ‘Black Day’, the anniversary of Pakistan’s brutal attack on the region

On October 22, 1947, the Pakistani invaders had run riots, ran riot, leaving chaos, destruction in their wake. They even raped nuns, who were performing their duties at St. Joseph Hospital and schools in Baramulla.

October 22, 1947: The day when Pakistan-backed tribal Lashkars invaded Jammu and Kashmir to plunder, rape and destroy

A two-day national symposium on 'Memories of 22 October 1947' is being organised in Srinagar to create awareness among the Kashmiris about the violence inflicted by Pakistan on their ancestors

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