Students clash with forces in Kulgam, Pellet terror continues, scores injured

At least 14 students and a video-journalist were injured when government forces fired teargas shells and pellets on students protesting inside college premises in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Thursday, even as locals clashed with forces in neighbouring Anantnag township after policemen allegedly roughed up a shopkeeper. Kulgam Witnesses said the students of Government Degree College Kulgam assembled in the college campus this afternoon and staged a pro-freedom protest. The forces guarding the nearby official residence of Superintendent of Police, Member Parliament and Court Complex fired teargas shells and pellets…

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Student Protests continues across Kashmir, scores injured

Students clashed with police and paramilitary forces in south Kashmir’s Anantnag, north Kashmir’s Baramulla and Kupwara district and central Kashmir’s Budgam district Thursday. Students of Government Higher Secondary School Magam clashed with the forces when they allegedly tried to enter the Government Degree College Magam and Government Higher Secondary School Magam premises. As protesting students pelted stones at the forces, they fired dozens of tear smoke canisters and charged students with batons to disperse them. Six students were detained during the clashes, locals said. In north Kashmir’s Sopore town, 13…

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Clashes in several areas over six year old kid’s death, Scores injured

Protest demonstrations and clashes between the protesters and police took place in downtown Srinagar and elsewhere after Friday prayers against the killing of a girl during an encounter between militants and security forces in Kupwara on Wednesday. The protests, in response to the joint call of separatists, began soon after the congregational Friday prayers in downtown where the main mosque, Jamia Masjid, is located at Nowhatta. Masked youths displaying Pakistani and IS flags appeared on the roads and indulged in stone-throwing on police and CRPF personnel deployed in the area…

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Pak flag waving youths clash with security forces across Kashmir, Scores injured

Scores injured in clashes across Kashmir JKLF Holds Sit In At Lal Chowk Hurriyat (G) Stages Protest In Old City, Hyderpora People Offer Funeral Prayers-In-Absentia For Pakistan Blast Victims At least ten youth were injured in clashes with the government forces across Kashmir after Friday congregational prayers while as resistance leaders staged protests at different places. Witnesses said that soon after the congregational prayers concluded at the historic Jamia Masjid in old Srinagar’s Nowhatta area, scores of youth took to the streets and hurled bricks and stones at the force personnel,…

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Post Torturing, Poisoning and Killing, Shells & Pellets showered at teenager’s funeral, scores injured

Kashmir completes 120 days of unrest Teenager’s death triggers clashes Police tortured and poisoned me: Qaiser told mother before his death Dozens injured as Class 10 student’s funeral procession faces teargas, pellets He had consumed poisonous substance, investigation underway: Police At least 30 persons were injured after government forces fired teargas shells and pellets on a funeral procession of a 16-year-old boy Qaiser Hameed Sofi who died at SKIMS Soura Friday night. Qaiser, a resident of Doud Mohalla Shalimar, had gone missing on October 27, and was found lying unconscious…

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Youth killed in army firing in Baramulla; Pro-freedom rallies foiled in Srinagar, Kokernag, Bandipora, scores injured

Army opened fire on protesters in Nadihal, Sopore area of Baramulla district on Friday resulting in the killing of a youth. Sources said that Waseem Ahmad Lone son of Nazir Ahmad Lone, 22, was hit by a bullet and he was immediately rushed to nearby hospital however, he died on way. With the killing of Mudassir, the death toll in forces actions during ongoing unrest has gone up to 88. Government forces on Friday used teargas shelling to foil proposed pro-freedom rallies in Old Barzualla, Natipora and Rambagh areas in uptown…

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Life still paralysed on 73rd day, Girl dies of cardiac arrest taking death toll to 87, Scores injured

Over 80 injured in fresh clashes across Kashmir No let-up in pellet firing, teargas shelling 45 more stone-pelters arrested in 24 hours: Police Postpaid mobile service restored A 13-year-old girl died of cardiac arrest during protests and clashes in south Kashmir’s Shopian district on Tuesday, taking the death toll in the ongoing uprising to 87, even as more than 80 people were injured in fresh clashes that erupted in several areas during the day, reports and witnesses said. Over 13,000 people have been injured, so far, in the past 73…

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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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Forces on rampage in Batamaloo; Clashes erupted in Ganderbal, scores injured

Following the killings of a youth in Dobi Mohalla and SD Colony of Batamaloo area of Srinagar, government forces including CRPF and Police is on rampage in the area. Local told Kashmir Post the forces have smashed windowpanes almost everywhere in the area and are harassing residents. They said dozens of residential houses have been ransacked. Many kids have managed to escape unhurt from these areas. Heavy tear smoke shells have also been lobbed to contain the ongoing protests. A 17-year-old youth, Yasir Ahmed of S D colony Batamaloo was shot in the…

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