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Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: According to the spokesperson of Islamic Political Party JK Party Chairman and Senior Member Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir Mohammad Yousuf Naqash along with party leaders including, Mohammad Ayub Dar, Mudasir Ahmad Shah, Suhail Ahmad and Sajad Ahmad Lone while continuing relief activities provided food items and winter wear to those flood affected who have temporarily taken shelter in a school at Daslipora Pattan, and the non Muslims from India in temporary camps



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani thursday send relief teams to the flood affected people of different districts of the Valley, asking the activists to remain cautious while distributing the relief material.

According to the statement issued to KNS, Huriyat (G) spokesman said that all the creation is the family of Allah and it is our basic duty to serve the Allah’s creation at this hour of grief.



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: After the recent floods inundating most of
the vital government offices here, the authorities have decided to temporary shift the Srinagar post office to Jammu.

According to the reports received by KNS, the passport office, located near the dal banks here was damaged due to the recent floods, making the functioning of the office difficult. As the major portion of this government building was



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Pulwama: Catastrophic floodwaters have ravaged Aaligund, a hamlet in Tral town of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district completely. All the 25 families of the village have migrated to safer places after their residential houses were washed away by the floods.



 
Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: Flood victims from scores of areas of Srinagar city have refuted the Government claims that free ration is being distributed among people. The residents of Shikar Ghat Omar Abad HMT, Khan Colony Qamarwari, Iqbal Colony Natipora, Shivpora said that they did not receive any ration form the government. “Not speaking of free ration, even we have did not get basic quota,” a resident of Omar Abad HMT Javid Ahmed told CNS.



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: National Conference legislator Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal Thursday alleged that certain ‘vested interests’ are taking the advantage of present situation and have been constructing illegal structures at certain places in Srinagar city. He said that scores of illegal structures have come up from past 25 days in city centre Lal Chowk and Dal Lake.



Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: Medical experts have warned that the dusty roads that have become a characteristic of Srinagar city and other districts could cause serious harm to the health of commuters who are regularly exposed to it. Roads across Kashmir Valley especially in the city all districts of South Kashmir including Islamabad,



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Features   Opinions
Date: 30 Sep 2014

Go door to door to treat people, distribute medicines in Srinagar

Bismah Malik

Srinagar: When almost 70 per cent of Srinagar city was in the grip of the worst floods of the century, four Kashmiri doctors working in Delhi set out on a mission to help those afflicted with diseases and in dire need of medicines in the Valley.



Date: 29 Sep 2014

LOSSES CAN GO UPTO RS 4000 CRORE NEED FOR A SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME, SPECIAL EDUCATION REVIVAL PACKAGE

Srinagar: The recent floods have severely impacted the education system in Kashmir threatening career of thousands of students and creating a situation where the entire education sector faces imminent collapse if nothing is done to save it.



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Date: 2 Oct 2014

ALI SUKHANVER

Countless questions need serious pondering over the issues along the Durand line. What are the factors which never let Pakistan and Afghanistan, the two Islamic countries, come closer; why has the official relationship between these two Islamic countries never been very cordial and genial; what is the actual nature of conflict between these two neighbouring countries;



Date: 1 Oct 2014

Yasir Altaf Zargar

Couple of weeks passed, since floods started wreaking havoc in Kashmir. During the catastrophic floods, we have seen brave youths as volunteers, rescuing people. Anonymous volunteers mostly from Srinagar saved precious lives of Kashmiri’s. Youth of south Kashmir saved hundreds of lives but did not survive to narrate his heroics.



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Interviews   Human Rights
Date: 22 Jul 2014

 ‘Agencies made fake case against Afzal and hanged him’
 ‘If few Pandits were killed, why this hue and cry? Does anyone have the count how many Kashmiri Muslims were killed?’

Daanish Bin Nabi

Sheikh Nazir Ahmad, the uncle of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and veteran National Conference leader in his first-ever detailed



Date: 22 Jul 2014

Daanish Bin Nabi

Sheikh Nazir Ahmad, cousin of National Conference President Farooq Abdullah is the oldest stalwart of Abdullah family. A lawyer by profession, Nazir was until recently the General Secretary of NC and made important decisions of the party. He has remained very close to NC founder Late Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah and looked after the party affairs for many decades.



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Date: 2 Oct 2014

Srinagar: A day after a court in Rajasthan state sentenced five Kashmiri men—who are in jail for 18 years—to life imprisonment on charges of triggering bomb blasts in Jaipur city in 1996, their families Tuesday said they would challenge the verdict before the Rajasthan High Court.



Date: 26 Sep 2014

Hameed Shaheen

ISLAMABAD - The United Nations has once again sharply reminded its member-states to abolish award of death sentence, 'a primitive way of punishment' UN news web says.

Pakistan is among dozens of countries of UN community that have held in abeyance the execution of death sentence.



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AJK   Asia
Date: 26 Sep 2014

MUZAFFARABAD: The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly on Monday sought the international community’s help in opening of the Line of Control (LoC) for supply of relief goods to the flood affected people in Indian occupied Kashmir.



Date: 22 Sep 2014

MUZAFFARABAD: Pakistan-controlled Kashmir's parliament on Monday called upon India to open the de facto border separating the two sides of the disputed territory to allow rescue officials to reach residents hit by devastating floods.



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Date: 26 Sep 2014

Pakistan owes $ 101 million to Iran

Ali Syed

Islamabad—The agreement with Iran under which Pakistan has been importing electricity of 74 MW for some areas of Balochistan including Gawadar since 2002 is going to elapse by December 2014 and in case the agreement is not revised Pakistan



Date: 26 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

No doubt, favorite system of governance in the Western countries is democracy. By using their legitimate right of vote, people participate in political process, and elect their own representatives to govern them. Thus, they give mandate by authorizing the elected members to hold public offices and make legitimate decisions to run the affairs of state.



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Europe   World
Date: 30 Sep 2014

Brussels: NATO Secretary General has welcomed the signing of security agreements with Afghanistan. NATO press release in an email to Kashmir Watch here today quoting NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg that says,

"I welcome the signature of the Bilateral Security Agreement between the United States and Afghanistan and of the Status of Forces Agreement between NATO and Afghanistan.



Date: 21 Sep 2014

Brussels: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has welcomed the the signing of a political agreement in Afghanistan. NATO press release quoting Anders Fogh Rasmussen says, "I welcome the signing by the presidential candidates Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and Dr. Ashraf Ghani of an agreement on the formation of a government of national unity in Afghanistan.



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Date: 22 Sep 2014

Clemente Ferrer

The advertising industry is more alive than ever. This is demonstrated by the latest Consensus Ad Forecast 2014/15, published by Warc, whereby global ad spending would increase by 5.8% in 2014 and 5% in 2015, representing a slight improvement over the estimates made in January.



Date: 21 Sep 2014

Retriever: Hameed Shaheen

Saudi Arabia has reportedly deployed warplanes to Yemen in a bid to confront revolutionary Ansarullah forces, sources say.

Security sources said on Sunday that the deployment has been requested by Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi.



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