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Covid-19:- 775 deaths, 24506 cases-India

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The number of Coronavirus cases in India has reached to 24506 with 1429 new cases in last 24 hours among which 18668  are active and 5063 have recovered and 775 deaths. Maharashtra leads the tally with 6817 positive cases, 5676 active, 840 recovery and 301 deaths followed by Gujrat with 2815 positive cases, 2423 active, 265  recoveredand 127 deaths. Jammu and Kashmir has 454 positive cases with 340 active, 109 recovered and 6 deaths.

3 Persons killed by unknown militants in Baramulla

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Three persons shot dead by unknown gunmen in Baramuula

Srinagar, April 30: Three persons were shot dead by unknown gunmen at Khanpora area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Monday evening.

Official sources told news agency GNS that the gunmen fired upon the three persons near Iqbal Market Khanpora.

In the incident, the trio sustained serious bullet wounds and died instantly on the spot.

The Initial reports suggest that the slain has been identified as Asghar Khan, Asif and Haseeb Khan, all residents of Jamia Mohalla old Town Baramulla.

A police officer when contacted told GNS that they are verifying the details.

"Yes we have recovered three bullet riddled bodies and their identities are being ascertained," the officer said.

He said that further investigations into the incident has been launched as to why the trio have been killed.

The officer, meanwhile said that soon after the attack government forces have launched a cordon-and-search operation to trace out the …

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Family seeks help to trace 2 boys

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Family seeks help to trace Sopore cousin brother's missing since April 23*
Sopore : Two cousin brother's from Sopore outskirts are missing for the past three days after they left home. 
Two cousin brother's Sajad Nawab Dar son of Late Mohammad Nawab Dar and Danish Ahmed Dar son of Ghulam Mohammad Dar both residents of Syedpora Sopore have gone missing on 23 April afternoon and now family  have appealed authorities and the people to help them in tracing their whereabouts. 
In this regard family requested general public to contact on 7006860875 if anybody has any information about these missing cousin brother's.

Death penalty to Rapists, decision likely today

If all goes according to plan,  the cabinet on Tuesday would pass an ordinance that would make rape of a girl below the age of 12 punishable by death. This comes close on the heels of the outrageous rape and murder of the eight-year-old Kathua girl that had left not just Kashmir but a large chunk of the world population in a deep state of shock. The cabinet meeting would also give a nod to another ordinance to bring in a law on the lines of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act enacted by the Government of India in 2012. A source told the Greater Kashmir that the cabinet is expected to give its nod to the Criminal Law (Amendment )Ordinance 2018 to make amendments in the Ranbir Penal Code, Criminal Procedure Code and the Evidence Act. “The cabinet would amend the Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) to allow courts to pronounce death sentence to a person convicted for rape of a girl less than 12 years of age,” an official said, adding the cabinet would also amend the RPC to provide l…

All BJP ministers Resign

All Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ministers have resigned from the cabinet of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to pave way for a cabinet reshuffle, reports said today. They said while there was no threat to the coalition government, the resignations will allow the party to induct fresh faces and retain previous ones who are already in the government based on their performance. “There is no threaten to the government but resignations are being made to pave way for the reshuffle,” said a senior BJP leader, GNS news agency reported. A Mumbai-based news channel Republic TV reported that the BJP ministers submitted their resignations to the state party chief. The ministers took the decision after holding a secret meeting, it said. According to NDTV, the move is seen to be prepping for a reshuffle that has been on the cards for some time but had been put off earlier. However, the BJP chief spokesman Sunil Sethi said he no information of the resignations so far. “I came to kno…

2 dead 5 injured in Kulgam road accident

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2 persons died & 5 others were injured in a road accident in Kulgam district of south Kashmir on Sunday, police said. A spokesman, in a statement, said that 7 persons were injured in the accident, when a mini bus, bearing registration number JK03-8621, turned turtle at K.B. Pora in Kulgam today morning at 9:30 am, adding all the injured were rushed to District Hospital Kulgam for treatment where two of them succumbed who were identified as Nazir Ahmad Magray and Musaib Manzoor Wagay. The spokesman identified the injured as Manzoor Ahmad Sheikh son of Ghulam Qadir, Nasreena wife of Irshad Ahmad Naik, Amina Bano wife of Mohammad Maqbool Khan, Dilshada Akhtar wife of Fayaz Ahmad Reshi - all residents of Asnoor and Mohammad Maqbool Wani son of Abdul Ghaffar resident of Chekhwatoo. He said police has registered a case into the accident.

JK Bank important news

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Due to Maintenance Activity, there shall be an outage on eCommerce, POS and International Cash Withdrawal Transactions on J&K Bank Global Debit Cards from 11:00 PM IST on 14-April-2018 upto 4:00 AM IST on 15-April-2018. Inconvenience caused is highly regretted.

Sania Mirza tweets about Asifa murder case

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Militants on motorcycles after escape from Encounter at Khudwani Kulgam

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Fear of draught this year in Srinagar

Srinagar the Jammu and Kashmir's summer capital has recorded its hottest-ever March this year and raised the spectre of drought-like conditions. Authorities have advised farmers in many areas not to cultivate paddy - a water-intensive crop - and the agricultural department is preparing a contingency plan to deal with any eventuality. "In the month of March, the day temperatures were eight to 11 notches above the normal," an official of the Meteorological Department said. "Though there has been some relief in this month, the maximum temperature is still above the normal for this part of the year.” He said the valley recorded the hottest ever month of March this year and the maximum temperature broke the nearly five decade-old record. “On the last day of March this year, Srinagar recorded a maximum of 28.3 degrees Celsius, which was 10.7 degrees above the normal. It was the all time high recorded by the capital city in its recorded history.  The last record – the hig…

Good news for Daily Wagers

More than 60 thousand daily wagers and adhoc workers in the state may hear a good news by cabinet meeting on April 12. There are chances that the government would accord a formal orders to go ahead for the regularization. The regularization of the daily wagers is in the agenda, sources told.
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A video of Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani has gone viral in which he is seen asking the policemen to open the gate of his residence padlocked from outside to prevent his march to Shopian. “Darwaza kholo, hamein batao kyun bandh kiya hai (Open the door, tell us why have you shut it?),” the octogenarian leader is heard asking the cops in a frail voice from a small opening on the metallic gate of his house. Invoking the statement of DGP Jammu and Kashmir SP Vaid in which he had said that the separatist trio of Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik were free, Geelani said: “You had said that I am free, and I can go anywhere I please… At least open the door, I am not going to fly away.”

11 militants, 2 Civilians & 3 Army men killed in a single day

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The toll of militants killed in 3 gunfights today has mounted to 11 with 3 more militants killed in a gunfight with Govt forces in Kachdoora village of Shopian District on Sunday. DGP J&K SP Vaid said that three bodies of the militant were recovered in Kachidoora where a gunfight was underway since early hours today. Earlier 1 militant was killed in Anantnag and 7 were killed in Dragad village of Shopian District. The total number of soldiers has mounted to three with the killing of another army man in Kachidoora. 2 Civilians were also killed today in the Shopian gunfight.

Pictures of killed militants and identities

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Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday asked people not to pay heed to rumours on the identification of militants killed in a gunfight with the forces in Dragad village of Shopian. “Only one body identified, rest six bodies are being identified. Kindly do not pay heed to speculation,” said a police spokesman, in a statement. Earlier, unconfirmed reports had said that Zeenat ul Islam, Saddam Padder and Naveed Jhatt were among those killed. There was no official confirmation, though.

8 militants killed in two gunfights

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08 militants, including top commanders, were killed in two gunfights with forces in Anantnag and Shopian districts of south Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) SP Vaid on Sunday said. Vaid tweted that 7 bodies of militants have been recovered from the site of a gunfight with forces in Dragad village included top commanders. Another militant, he said, was killed in a gunfight with forces at Dialgam in Anantnag, “after efforts of his family and Jammu and Kashmir Police failed to make him surrender & one caught alive. Earlier, a police spokesman said, a militant surrounded by the forces during Anantnag gunfight surrendered after requests from the family and police. The gunfight had begun late last night after the government forces launched a cordon and search operation in Peth  Dialgam area in the jurisdiction of Police station Anantnag. “As the search started and the location of militants was zeroed in, the security forces made repeated requests on loud speaker asking them to …

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