Curfew, Restrictions across Kashmir ahead of Friday Prayers

Curfew was on Friday clamped in six police station areas of the city and restrictions imposed in rest of Kashmir as a precautionary measure ahead of Friday prayers, affecting life in the Valley which showed a semblance of normalcy this week after over 100 days of unrest. The curbs have been imposed in view of violent protests that have taken place after Friday prayers at these places in the past. “Curfew has been imposed in Nowhatta, Khanyar, Rainawari, Batamaloo, Safakadal and Maharajgunj police station areas of the city as a…

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Protests, Curfew, Shutdown marks 94th Day of unrest across Valley, Two cars torched in Hyderpora

Clashes continue amid complete shutdown Two private cars torched in Hyderpora 40 more arrested in relentless police crackdown Forces continue to damage transformers, ransack houses Police on Monday imposed strict curfew in scores of areas in Srinagar, even as protests and clashes continued in several Kashmir areas for the 94th straight day. In clashes in some areas, at least a dozen people sustained injuries in forces’ action. The curfew was imposed in jurisdictions of Police Stations including Nowhatta, Khanyar, Rainawari, Safakadal, Maharaj Gunj, Maisuma, Ram Munshi Bagh, Kralkhud, Shaheed Gunj, Karan…

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Curfew, Restrictions in Valley to thwart march to UN Office, Clashes erupt in Sopore, Bandipora, Palhallan, Chanapora post Friday prayers

Day 91: Curfew, Restrictions in Valley to thwart march to UN Office Clashes erupt in Sopore, Bandipora, Palhallan, Chanapora post Friday prayers Prayers not allowed in Jamia masjid Srinagar on straight 13th Friday Authorities imposed restrictions in Srinagar city of Kashmir Valley on Friday morning to prevent a protest march to the UN observer’s office called by resistance leaders. District Magistrate Farooq Ahmad Lone said: “Restrictions will remain in force here to maintain law and order today (Friday).” The resistance leaders had urged people to march to the UN Military Observers…

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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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74th Consecutive day of Shutdown, Protests, Curfew, Killings in Kashmir

Kashmir Valley remained shut for the 74th consecutive day on Tuesday with authorities deploying security forces in Srinagar and other districts to “maintain law and order”.Kashmir Valley remained shut for the 74th consecutive day on Tuesday with authorities deploying security forces in Srinagar and other districts to “maintain law and order”. Curfew was Tuesday lifted across Kashmir, except from six police station areas of Srinagar, in view of the improving situation, even as normal life remained disrupted in the Valley for the 74th straight day. Curfew remains in force in…

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Curfew, Shutdown, Protest continues on 72th Day, Pro-Freedom rallies foiled, Scores injured

Pellets continues to rain, 40 fresh injured Dozens detained in old Srinagar areas 13 booked under PSA in Tral, Awantipora Curfew in Vehil Shopian today 56 stone-pelters arrested in 24 hours, says police At least 60 people sustained pellet and teargas shell injuries when forces foiled pro-freedom rallies in various areas of Kashmir on Sunday, witnesses and reports said. 20 youth were detained in old Srinagar areas, triggering massive protests, they said. Reports said forces foiled pro-freedom rallies in South Kashmir and also imposed strict restrictions at various district headquarters…

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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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Man dies of cardiac arrest amid teargas shelling; Over 250 wounded as Protests, Curfew, Shutdown continue across Valley

Pellets continue to rain on protesters Security forces use PAVA shells in Kulgam; 1 dies of heart attack 250 more wounded in day-long clashes JNV school gutted after teargas shells land inside Massive protests in Srinagar areas against night raids by police Shops open in several places after 6 pm An elderly man died of cardiac arrest at his residence in Chawalgam village in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday amid heavy teargas shelling and pellet firing by forces in the area, witnesses and reports said, even as more than 200…

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Amid Jamhuriyat, Insaniyat Kashmir celebrates 60 days of Curfew, Shutdown, Protests & Killings

75 Killed in last 60 days More than 10,000 injured, 100’s permanently disabled 60 days of curfew, shutdown, killings, Protests Internet Gag continues Pellet guns continue to hunt  100’s arrested & booked Army, Police, Paramilitary continue to unleash terror The residents of Rangreth area on the outskirts of Srinagar on Tuesday said that the government forces barged into their homes and ransacked their belongings. A local told Kashmir Post that the forces entered their homes early Tuesday and thrashed the inmates without any provocation. A bank employee said that the…

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