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India unlocks Kashmir grand mosque after 19 weeks

India unlocks Kashmir grand mosque after 19 weeks

TRANS ASIA NEWS Srinagar: After 19 weeks, Indian authorities on Friday allowed people to offer Friday congregational prayers at historic Jamia Masjid in summer capital here while shutdown continues across the Valley amid clashes during which a top police officer was injured, according to Kashmir Observer.

26-11-2016 Kashmir

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Indian university faces Kashmir fallout

Indian university faces Kashmir fallout

TRANS ASIA NEWSNEW DELHI: Another Indian university is facing the consequences of ongoing violence in India-held Jammu and Kashmir as some of its students and staff members have urged the government in Srinagar to stop the assaults on civilians and hold plebiscite, the Indian Express said on Thursday.

14-10-2016 Kashmir

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3 suspected militants in kashmir encounter

3 suspected militants in kashmir encounter

TRANS ASIA NEWSKupwara: Suspected militants attacked an Indian army camp in India-held Kashmir’s Kupwara district in the wee hours of ThursdayThe report said three militants were killed in exchange of fire with security forces at the battalion headquarters of 30 Rashtriya Rifles in Langate area.

06-10-2016 Kashmir

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Turkey to send fact-finding mission to Kashmir

Turkey to send fact-finding mission to Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWSNEW YORK:- Turkey would send a fact-finding mission to Kashmir in its capacity as the chair of human rights commission of the Oorganisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Contact Group, media report said today.

21-09-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir: Death Toll Rises to 82 As Clashes Continue

Kashmir: Death Toll Rises to 82 As Clashes Continue

TRANS ASIA NEWSSrinagar:- A 19-year-old woman died of cardiac arrest in the Shopian district during security force action against stone-pelting protestors on Monday, taking the toll in the ongoing unrest in the Valley to 82. Meanwhile, a school building caught fire under mysterious circumstances in nearby Anantnag district.

20-09-2016 Kashmir

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2 killed, 25 injured in fresh clashes in Kashmir

2 killed, 25 injured in fresh clashes in Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWSSRINAGAR:-  Police say two people have died and at least 25 others have been injured as government forces fired tear gas and clashed with protesters demanding freedom from Indian control in Kashmir.Police said the casualties came in Saturday’s clashes, during which police fired tear gas to disperse the...

10-09-2016 Kashmir

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Malala calls on UN to take notice of Indian atrocities in Kashmir

Malala calls on UN to take notice of Indian atrocities in Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWSLONDON: Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousufzai has called upon the United Nations and the international community to take notice of Indian atrocities against the people of Occupied Kashmir.In a statement issued today, the 19-year-old tried to bring the world's attention to the decades-long suffering of her 14 million...

06-09-2016 Kashmir

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Iran ready to mediate between India,Pak on Kashmir issue: Envoy

Iran ready to mediate between India,Pak on Kashmir issue: Envoy

TRANS ASIA NEWSISLAMABAD:- The Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Hunar Dost has said that the Islamic Republic of Iran could play a role regarding the Kashmir issue if both Pakistan and India desired so.While talking to a private news channel, Mehdi Hunar Dost said that Iran and Pakistan were enjoying...

29-08-2016 Kashmir

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J&K CM meets PM Modi, Blames Pak for Kashmir unrest

J&K CM meets PM Modi, Blames Pak for Kashmir unrest

TRANS ASIA NEWS NEW DELHI:- Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti blamed Pakistan on Saturday for trying to fuel tension in the Valley, which has been on the boil since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani last month.

27-08-2016 Kashmir

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Alternative to pellet guns soon, India’s HM to Kashmiris

Alternative to pellet guns soon, India’s HM to Kashmiris

TRANS ASIA NEWSSrinagar:- In Kashmir for a fresh outreach amid clashes for over a month, Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh today indicated the government's willingness to talk to separatists and also said an alternative to pellet guns - which have caused massive injuries among protesters - is on the way. Asked...

25-08-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir opposition parties meet Modi

Kashmir opposition parties meet Modi

Urges him to initiate meaningful dialogue TRANS ASIA NEWS New Delhi:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told a delegation of opposition leaders from Jammu and Kashmir that development alone could not solve every issue indicating that centre may be considering a political initiative to put an end to the unrest that...

22-08-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir opposition parties to meet Indian President today

Kashmir opposition parties to meet Indian President today

TRANS ASIA NEWSNEW DELHI:- Opposition parties based in Kashmir Valley are scheduled to be in New Delhi on Saturday to meet Indian President Pranab Mukherjee .

20-08-2016 Kashmir

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Militants strike again in Kashmir,two soldiers, one cop killed

Militants strike again in Kashmir,two soldiers, one cop killed

TRANS ASIA NEWS SRINAGAR: Suspected militants killed two soldiers and one police officer in an ambush on a convoy overnight in India-held Kashmir, an official in the troubled region said Wednesday. An unknown number of gunmen opened fire on the two army trucks and a police car travelling through Baramulla district, 60...

17-08-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir unrest: India to hold all-party meet on Friday

Kashmir unrest: India to hold all-party meet on Friday

TRANS ASIA NEWSNEW DELHI: Indian PM Narendra Modi will attend an all-party meeting on the unrest in Kashmir on August 12, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh told Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. His comments came as part of a debate in the Rajya Sabha on the Kashmir situation, after which the...

10-08-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir unreast: Pakistan Bar associations present memorandum to UN office

Kashmir unreast: Pakistan Bar associations present memorandum to UN office

TRANS ASIA NEWSISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court Bar Association and other bar associations of Pakistan on Friday presented a memorandum to the United Nations Office in Islamabad asking the UN Security Council (UNSC) to restrain the Indian government, by passing a resolution, from using fatal weapons against innocent Kashmiris.

30-07-2016 Kashmir

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Two soldiers, two militants killed near LoC in Kashmir

Two soldiers, two militants killed near LoC in Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWS Srinagar:- Two soldiers and two militants were killed in a gunfight in Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Saturday morning.“Alert troops intercept terrorists attempting to infiltrate in the intervening night of 29-30 July. In an ensuing gunfight, two militans killed. Two soldiers attained martyrdom. One was soldier injured,’’ said an...

30-07-2016 Kashmir

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Kargil Mourns Loss Of Top Leader

Kargil Mourns Loss Of Top Leader

TRANS ASIA NEWS KARGIL: Sheikh Muhammad Hussain Zakiri, a top religious and social icon of Kargil, who revolutionized this remote and impoverished region in the midst of Himalayas, is dead.76 year old Zakiri died in peace at his home in the wee hours of Thursday July 28. As the news spread...

29-07-2016 Kashmir

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Kashmir remains tense for 20th day

Kashmir remains tense for 20th day

TRANS ASIA NEWSSRINAGAR: Even as authorities lifted curfew from across the Valley except from South Kashmir’s Anantnag town, the situation in the Kashmir continued to remain tense for 20th consecutive day on Thursday with youth clashing with security personnel at many places.“Except Anantnag town in South Kashmir, there were no...

28-07-2016 Kashmir

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Separatist leader Geelani asks UN, world to intervene over Kashmir violence

Separatist leader Geelani asks UN, world to intervene over Kashmir violence

TRANS ASIA NEWSSrinagar:- Separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has sought the intervention of the United Nations and the heads of several Western and Muslim countries in the wake of “a new wave of state terror unleashed by the Indian armed forces” in Jammu and Kashmir.

17-07-2016 Kashmir

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Kolkatan's Raise Slogan: 'Kashmir Belongs to Kashmiris'

Kolkatan's Raise Slogan: 'Kashmir Belongs to Kashmiris'

Huge Rally against Kashmir Killings in Kolkata TRANS ASIA NEWSKOLKATA: Close to five hundred people came out in a rally on 15th July, to protest the ongoing killings and mayhem in Kashmir by the State forces. The rally was organised by various civil society groups, human rights networks, student bodies and...

15-07-2016 Kashmir

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America is supporting India’s oppression in Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed

America is supporting India’s oppression in Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed

TRANS ASIA NEWSISLAMABAD: - The founder of Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba warned in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press that violence in Kashmir will escalate.Hafiz Saeedsaid he will lead nationwide demonstrations in Pakistan to force its government to sever ties with the United States if it cannot convince Washington...

14-07-2016 Kashmir

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Silent March In Delhi Shows Solidarity with Kashmir

Silent March In Delhi Shows Solidarity with Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWS NEW DELHI: Hundreds of students, trade union activists, women's rights groups, lawyers and queer groups gathered at Jantar Mantar here on Wednesday, wearing black bands, and condemned the violence being unleashed on unarmed civilians in Kashmir. They marched silently, with placards in their hands saying '36 Civilians Dead...

13-07-2016 Kashmir

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Police pellets blind Kashmir teen

Police pellets blind Kashmir teen

TRANS ASIA NEWSSRINAGAR: India-held Kashmir's main hospital struggled to treat hundreds of patients wounded in four days of clashes on Tuesday, as medics warned that many could lose their eyesight from shotgun injuries.As the overall death toll from the violence rose to 32, ambulances continued to deliver more victims to...

13-07-2016 Kashmir

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Three Indian soldiers killed, 9 wounded in Kashmir

Three Indian soldiers killed, 9 wounded in Kashmir

TRANS ASIA NEWSSRINAGAR:- At least three Indian soldiers have been killed and nine others injured in a shooting attack by armed men against a convoy of paramilitary forces in Indian-controlled Kashmir.Military officials said the gunmen staged an ambush on a 23-vehicle convoy of the Border Security Force (BSF) as it...

04-06-2016 Kashmir

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