Protests, Clashes, Aristocracy, Ransacking, Arrests continue across Kashmir

Reports of police highhandedness during night raids continue to pour in School partially-damaged in mysterious fire in Budgam Clashes in Anantnag, Sopore Truck torched at Bijbehara Normal life continued to remain affected across Kashmir for the 107th straight day of strike called by separatist leadership with police persisting with its valley-wide crackdown against the protesters evoking widespread resentment. Shops, business establishments and fuel stations remained shut, but opened in the evening as separatists had given a 14-hour relaxation in the shutdown from 5 pm. While there were no curbs on…

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Clashes, Protests, Shutdown completes 88 days in Kashmir; Pro-Freedom rallies foiled, 50 fresh injuries

Two auto-rickshaws set ablaze in Srinagar Police fire pellets in house of TeH Gen Secy in Bijbehara, woman injured Police used force to disperse women rally at Tral Dozens injured in clashes between youth and cops 57 arrested in 24 hours: Police At least 50 persons were injured, majority of them women, when security forces foiled all-women rallies in various parts of Kashmir on Tuesday. Shutdown was observed across Kashmir on 88th consecutive day. Joint resistance leadership had called for organising all-women rallies at various district headquarters. In the ongoing…

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Protests, Clashes, Arrest spree continues as uneasy calm prevails across Valley

A 27-year-old man from Central Kashmir’s Budgam district, who was seriously injured in a road accident amid stone-pelting on September 30, succumbed to his injuries at SK Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) on Monday, even as complete shutdown was observed for the 87th consecutive day across Kashmir. The deceased was identified as Muhammad Yousuf Khanday of Narbal area of Budgam district. He had sustained severe skull injuries on September 30 when a bike he was on rammed into a barricade placed by protesters near Kawoosa bus stop on Srinagar-Gulmarg Highway,…

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Protests, Clashes, Shutdown continue for 86th day; Rampage on by troops

Fresh clashes in several areas, 100 more injured on 86th day Forces resort to ‘vandalism’ in Kulgam areas, beat up locals, set paddy harvest on fire Beat people with gun butts and iron rods, over 50 including women and children injured Over 30 vehicles damaged Police refutes allegations At least 100 people sustained pellet and tear-gas shell injuries in forces’ action in various parts of Kashmir on Sunday, reports and witnesses said. Over 60 people were injured in South Kashmir areas alone where forces allegedly resorted to vandalism by damaging residential…

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Strict Restrictions, Shutdown continue across Valley on 77th Consecutive Day

Kashmir remained shut for the 77th consecutive day on Friday as authorities imposed restrictions in Srinagar city to prevent a separatist called protest march. “Restrictions have been placed in three police station areas in Srinagar, parts of Anantnag, Shopian, Pulwama, Kulgam,” a senior police official said here. Ever since the present unrest began on July 9, clashes have erupted in different parts of the Valley after the afternoon congregational prayers on Friday. Although tensions continue across the Valley, the situation has shown some signs of improvement during the last four…

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Life remained crippled for 76th day, Arrest, Protest, Clashes continued

40 Injured as Clashes, Protests continue Curfew imposed in Anantnag town to foil ‘Freedom March’ 57 more persons arrested in 24 hours, says police Clashes in many downtown areas Govt enforced curfew in parts of Srinagar Banihal remains shut for 2nd day At least 40 people sustained injuries in fresh clashes between protesters and forces on Thursday, even as strict curfew was imposed in southern Anantnag town to foil a pro-freedom rally. North Kashmir Eight persons were injured after intense clashes broke out between youth and police following a police…

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Curbs, Clashes, Protests, Shutdown cripple life for 74th day across Valley

Bullet hits Bandipora youth Chenab Valley to observe shutdown today Women stage rallies in Sopore, other places House gutted in Shopian, bike set afire in Batamaloo 64 more youth arrested in 24 hours: Police At least 50 people including some women were injured when forces foiled pro-freedom rallies and beat up inmates at various places in Kashmir on Tuesday, reports and witnesses said. A 20-year-old youth was hit by a bullet in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district during clashes, they said. South Kashmir 30 people were wounded when forces personnel allegedly…

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250 Injured during Protests, Clashes, Curfew; Youth Succumbs, death toll rises to 80

Forces ‘wreak havoc’ in Pulwama’s Kareemabad village, 150 wounded Curfew imposed in Anantnag to foil freedom march ‘Arrest spree’ in Baramulla 140 injured as forces rain pellets, tear gas shells on people in Karimabad 19 including slain HM militant Nasir Pandit’s brother arrested from village Tukroo villagers accuse forces of looting jewelry, cash Curbs, shutdown cripple life for 65th day Sopore, Pulwama, Budgam witnessed stray stone pelting incidents: Police A 20-year-old youth from Wadwan village of Central Kashmir’s Budgam district died at SK Institute of Medical Sciences Soura on Sunday…

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Curfew, Clashes, Protests, Pro-Freedom Rallies continued across Valley on 63rd Day

Amid Jamhuriyat & Insaniyat Curfew, Clashes, Protests, Pro-Freedom Rallies continued across Valley on 63rd Day. Pellets are continuing to rain on protesters. Scores have been injured in the clashes between forces & protesters. Some with serious injuries have been shifted to Srinagar. Clashes Follow Post Joint Friday Congregation In Sopore A massive Friday congregation was held in North Kashmir’s Sopore town today. People from all villages marched towards main Jamia Masjid and offered mandatory Friday prayers there. Soon after the Namaz ended, people took out a pro-freedom rally amid anti-India and pro-freedom slogans. “The rally was…

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Clashes, Protests continue across Valley, 600 Injured; Resistance group shuts door on APD

Kashmir registers day with ‘highest number of injuries’ Number of total civilians injured crosses 10,000 mark Pellets rain on protesters in South Kashmir Youth set ablaze mini-secretariat in Shopian Boy, 17, sustains head injury in Sopore, put on ventilator Freedom rallies held in several localities Resistance group shuts door on All Party Delegation 600 injured as pellets, tear gas shells rain in south Kashmir Tehreek-i-Hurriyat district president detained in Bandipora On the day an all-party parliamentary delegation visited Kashmir, at least 600 people sustained injuries in day-long clashes in several areas of…

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