Twelve more on Indian Army's radar after death of Sabzar - Daily Mail

After eliminating Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmed Bhat in an encounter last week, the Indian Army now has 12 terrorists including two foreigners on its radar. The Army has also got a new list of 27 Hizbul terrorists getting trained in ...

Militants flee with ATM machine - Calcutta Telegraph

Srinagar, May 31: Militants struck at three places in the Valley since last night, fleeing with an ATM machine and leaving four policemen and a political activist injured, even as a semblance of normality returned after a four-day shutdown over a Hizb ...

Curbs lifted in Kashmir Valley - The Indian Express

The authorities decided not to open schools in some areas of south Kashmir as a precaution. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: Express News Service | Srinagar | Published:June 1, 2017 3:12 am ...

Strike continues in Pulwama district on 4th running day - Pakistan Observer

In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown continued in Pulwama district for the fourth consecutive day, today, against the killing of Mizbul Mujahideen commander, Sabzar Ahmed Butt. Indian troops had killed Sabzar Ahmed Butt in Tral area of the district ...

JKLF chief Yasin Malik released on bail - Greater Kashmir

Meanwhile, the spokesman strongly condemned arrest of Arshad Ahmad Sheikh, son of JKLF deputy district president Assadullah of Budroo Yaripora, Kulgam. GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Jun 1 2017 12:30AM | Updated Date: Jun 1 2017 12:30AM ...

Transport, businesses resume in Kashmir after 3 days - Greater Kashmir

Life limped back to normal in Kashmir on Wednesday after three days of shutdown and curfew-like restrictions following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmed Bhat and his close aide Faizan Ahmed in an encounter in Tral on Saturday.

Day 5: Shutdown continues in Tral, Pulwama areas - Greater Kashmir

A complete shutdown was observed on the fifth consecutive on Wednesday in Tral township and several areas of Pulwama district in south Kashmir against the killing of two militants of Hizbul Mujahideen. Shops and other business establishments remained ...

Apprehensive of student protests, Govt prolongs closure of schools - Greater Kashmir

A year later when the situation is far more peaceful as compared to 2016 unrest, it is now the government issuing orders for closure of the campuses every now and then. SYED RIZWAN GEELANI Srinagar, Publish Date: Jun 1 2017 12:45AM | Updated Date: ...

Shutdown in Tral, Pulwama - Kashmir Reader

Pulwama: On the fifth consecutive day, shutdown was observed in Pulwama and Tral, the hometown of Hizb commander Sabzaar Bhat and his aide Faizan Ahmad killed last week. Shops, business establishments and offices remained closed throughout the ...

Amid the ruins of destroyed homes, a miraculous almirah - Kashmir Reader

TRAL: People in large numbers have been visiting the encounter site in Saimoh village of Tral since Saturday, when Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat and teenage militant Faizan Bhat were killed by government troops. Two houses at the ...

Jammu highway opened for a few hours - The Tribune

The Jammu-Srinagar national highway was opened for a few hours this morning, allowing the movement of stranded vehicles, a traffic police officer said. More than 750 vehicles left Jammu for the Kashmir valley till 11 am today, the officer said. “No ...

Life returns to normal in Kashmir after four days - The Tribune

The Lal Chowk area of Srinagar abuzz with activity on Wednesday. Tribune Photo: Amin War. Tribune News Service. Srinagar, May 31. Life returned to normal in Kashmir today after four days of shutdown and restrictions, imposed following the killing of ...

Normalcy returns to Valley after 4 days - Rising Kashmir

As normalcy returned in other parts of the Valley after three day shutdown, the Tral and Pulwama townships in south Kashmir observed shutdown for the 5th consecutive day on Wednesday. The shops, business establishments, petrol pumps, government ...

Life returns to valley after 3 days - Kasmir Monitor

Srinagar, May 31: After three days of curfew, restrictions and separatist-called protest shutdowns, life returned to normal in the Kashmir Valley on Wednesday. Although higher secondary schools and colleges in Srinagar city and other districts were ...

Yasin Malik released from Srinagar jail - Economic Times

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front leader Muhammad Yasin Malik was on Wednesday released from Srinagar Central Jail. Malik was arrested from his uptown Maisuma residence on May 28 and lodged in Srinagar Central Jail after obtaining ...

Malik released on bail - Kasmir Monitor

Srinagar, May 31: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik was on Wednesday released from Srinagar central jail today. Malik was arrested by police on May 28 after his Tral visit and sent him to Srinagar central jail on a ...

Hurriyat leader condemns Major Gogoi's actions, calls it 'shame on democracy' - Times Now

Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Wednesday condemned the actions of Major Leetul Gogoi and challenged the award being offered to him by the Army. Mirwaiz Farooq called it a 'shame' on Indian democracy that Major Gogoi was being appreciated ...

Normalcy Restored In Kashmir - malaysiandigest.com

SRINAGAR -- Normalcy returned in Kashmir valley on Wednesday after three days of restrictions and strike in the aftermath of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat in an encounter with security forces, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.

JKLF chairman Yasin Malik released on bail after spending 3 nights in jail over bandh call - Financial Express

Yasin Malik along with the other chairmen of both factions of the Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, had called for a two-day shutdown in the strife-torn Kashmir Valley. By: FE Online | New Delhi | Published: May 31 ...

Yasin Malik released from Central Jail Srinagar - Kashmir Observer

Malik was arrested by police on 28th May 2017 after his Tral visit and was sent to Srinagar central jail on a five day judicial remand. "Today local court granted bail to him after which he was released from central jail," added the statement.