Shutdown, Restrictions paralyse life across Valley; Thousands participate in multiple funerals for LeT commander

A separatist-sponsored shutdown and restrictions imposed by the authorities paralysed life acros Kashmir valley on Saturday. Srinagar District Magistrate Farooq Ahmad Lone said restrictions were imposed in the areas of Rainawari, Khanyar, Nowhatta, M.R. Gunj and Safa Kadal to maintain law and order. Heavy contingents of police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were also deployed. Train services between Baramulla and Banihal towns were suspended. Exams scheduled for Saturday were postponed by Kashmir University. Shops, public transport and educational institutions remained closed. The shutdown was called to protest the…

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Amid Curfew, Shutdown, Protests Kashmir mourns Sabzar’s killing

Tough curbs, shutdown paralyses life in Valley Geelani, Mirwaiz, Shah, others under house arrest, Malik detained Situation remained under control: Police Restrictions to continue in Srinagar, Anantnag: DCs Schools, colleges to remain closed KU, IUST postpone exams, to suspend class work today Admit cards to be treated as curfew passes The restrictions imposed by authorities and shutdown called by separatists to protest killing of Hizb commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat and his associate paralyzed life in Valley on Sunday. The authorities said restrictions will continue and schools and colleges will remain…

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Shutdown, Restrictions affects life in Kashmir

The authorities here today foiled the proposed Eidgah march of separatists to commemorate Moulvi Mohammad Farooq and Abdul Ghani Lone on their death anniversaries. Meanwhile, a shutdown called jointly by the separatists hit life across the Valley. In view of the separatists’ call to march to Eidgah, where the two leaders are buried, the authorities had imposed restrictions in the areas falling under the police stations of Khanyar, Nowhatta, MR Gunj, Rainawari and Safa Kadal in Srinagar. District Magistrate, Srinagar, Farooq Ahmad Lone said the restrictions were imposed as a…

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Shutdown, Protests over West Pakistan refugees, Resistance extends protest program till Jan 15

Protests were held at different places after Friday prayers in Kashmir, leading to clashes between protesters and the police while normal life was paralysed across the Valley today on the separatists’ bandh call against identity certificates to West Pakistan refugees (WPRs). Protests that sparked clashes between the protesters and the police took place after the congregational Friday prayers in the Nowhatta area of downtown Srinagar, where the Jamia Masjid is located. Youths agitating against the grant of identity certificates to WPRs indulged in stone-throwing on the police and CRPF men…

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Shutdown, Protests hits life across Valley, Clashes leave 20 youth injured

Protests in North, South, Central Kashmir Clashes leave 20 youth injured on 153rd Day of Unrest The life in Valley was affected by the separatists sponsored shutdown and protests on Friday while many people were injured in clashes across Kashmir. Authorities had also placed separatist leaders under house arrest to prevent them from leading protests after Friday prayers. Shops, business establishments, petrol pumps and educational institutions remained closed while public transport was off the roads. Authorities had deployed police and paramilitary personnel in strength in downtown Srinagar, and sensitive areas…

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Shutdown, Restrictions continues on 94th Day across Kashmir, Clashes in Narbal after forces detain local youth

Authorities on Sunday imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar to prevent protests in the wake of a 12-year old boy’s death due to pellet injuries. “Restrictions have been imposed in areas falling under the jurisdiction of seven police stations in Srinagar to maintain law and order,” a police official said. “Adequate deployment of forces have been made at other places,” he said here. Authorities had clamped curfew in seven police station areas here on Saturday as Junaid Ahmad Bhat, 12, died in a local hospital after he was admitted with…

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Shutdown, Curbs cripple life for 83rd day; Damaging harvest another war tool to curb the unrest

‘Forces damage apple harvest in Karimabad’ Curfew-like restrictions imposed to foil “Lal Chowk chalo” Woman among 4 injured in clashes after Div Com’s vehicle attacked in Bandipora 73 arrested in 24 hours Complete shutdown across Kashmir continued on 83rd consecutive day on Thursday while four people including a woman sustained injuries in clashes in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Reports said that forces allegedly damaged apple harvest in Karimabad village of Pulwama district. The orchardists alleged that army men who were patrolling the area suddenly went on rampage and damaged the…

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Shutdown, Protests continue for 81st Day, 30 Injured in force’s action, 1 Critical

Girl killed, sister injured after being hit by a vehicle during stone pelting at Parimpora: Police Cops foil pro-freedom rally in Kanelwan, damage 5 transformers, injure 12 Kanelwan residents accuse forces of damaging harvest Panchayat house gutted in Kulgam village Women stage protest rallies at many places Clashes in downtown 51 arrested in 24 hours: Police The life in Valley remained crippled for 81st consecutive day on Tuesday while protests continued unabated and forces fired pellets and tear gas shells to foil a pro-freedom rally in Kanelwan area of South…

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Clashes in Bijbehara as forces foil Pro-Freedom Rally; Batamaloo, Sopore witness Women Freedom Congregations

Shutdown, restrictions continue across Kashmir on 81 day  Normal life remained paralysed in Kashmir for the consecutive 81st day on Tuesday due to a shutdown called by separatists and restrictions imposed by the authorities. No area in Kashmir is under curfew today, but restrictions on the assembly of people are in place in many parts of the Valley as a precautionary measure, a police official told PTI news agency. He said there has been a considerable improvement in the overall situation in the Valley. There was no untoward incident yesterday and…

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Shutdown, Protests Continues on 78th Consecutive Day, Curbs remain in force across Valley

Thousands attend funeral prayers of slain youth in Baramulla Clashes, protests at many places Evening remains abuzz with activities 39 youth arrested in 24 hours: Police Over half a dozen people received pellet injuries in Anantnag on Saturday even as curfew remained imposed in Handwara and some other parts of Kashmir. Kashmir observed complete shutdown while markets opened after 6 PM on the call of resistance leadership. In last 78 days, 88 civilians have died in police, paramilitary and army firing across Kashmir while above 13,000 have been injured. South…

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