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Date: 29 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Giving a detailed account of the damages suffered in the unprecedented flood, Chief Secretary, Mohammad Iqbal Khandey, Monday, said a detailed memorandum is being readied and after receiving approval of the Cabinet, it will be submitted to the Union Government (of India).



Date: 29 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Young Kashmir Volunteers Alliance (YKVL)-an amalgam of various Kashmiri volunteer groups- who carried out relief and rescue work since September 7 have issued a rapid assessment report of Srinagar.

The report, based on the discussions and interactions with different community network leaders and individuals, maps out the nature and extent of the disaster thus providing an overall picture of the situation in Srinagar.



Date: 29 Sep 2014

Srinagar: While criticizing the policy makers of New Delhi, Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani said that at the time of floods, they left Kashmiris to die and after the floods they are forcing people to die of starvation. He said that the fanatic and communal rulers of India are very much satisfied with the situation in Kashmir and they want the people of Kashmir to struggle for decades for their rehabilitation and they will be forced to live a miserable life.



Date: 29 Sep 2014

ISLAMABAD (Pakistan): Senator Sehar Kamran has said nuclear disarmament is impossible without resolution of longstanding Kashmir dispute, suggesting urgent Indo-Pak dialogue on nuclear confidence building and risk reduction measures.



 
Date: 28 Sep 2014

Calls Union Telecommunications Minister, seeks his personal intervention

Srinagar (PR): Expressing dismay over the continued breakdown of mobile and internet connectivity in Kashmir, senior PDP leader and Member Parliament,



Date: 28 Sep 2014

Srinagar: National Front Chairman and Hurriyat (JK) leader Nayeem Ahmad Khan appealed the OIC and its members especially Pakistan to use their influence to convince India to make way for international aid so that Kashmir is rebuilt and the flood victims are rehabilitated.



Date: 28 Sep 2014

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told Mail Today on Friday that the world body is willing to mediate in the Kashmir issue 'if so requested' by both concerned parties


UN chief Ban Ki-moon offers to help resolve Kashmir tensions as Modi's arrival in New York is marred by U.S. court summons

By SAURABH SHUKLA



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Features   Opinions
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.



Date: 20 Sep 2014

Srinagar (PTI): Born and brought up in Delhi, 18-year-old Anita Kaul never thought that her trip to Kashmir will change her life-long perception about the Valley from where Kashmir Pandits left during the outbreak of insurgency two decades ago.

Anita and her family were saved by a Muslim youth when the unprecedented flood hit the Valley. Later, another Muslim family gave them shelter for over a week.



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Date: 30 Sep 2014

Rameez Bhat

The ‘kasheer’ known as ‘paradise on earth’ is one of the bonniest place in the world. The outer look as well as inner look of Kashmir is very much potent. The land of my kashmir is too much delightful. people from different places come to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Kashmir. Tourists who include both the locals and the foreigners crave to visit kashmir. Once they come, their heart never wants to go back.



Date: 29 Sep 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Political philosophers of the past indicate that some immoral activities such as deceit, theft, falsehood and even murder are also the principles of politics. Particularly, Machiavelli advises the leaders to have a lion-like image outwardly, and act upon the traits of goat inwardly. In his sense, a good leader should be a good opportunist and hypocrite. Morgenthau supports immoral activities as part of political morality.



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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: 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.



Date: 25 Sep 2014

Manila: The fifth Congress of Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances (AFAD), held in Manila from 22-25 September and attended by participants from ten countries – Bangladesh, Indonesia, Jammu and Kashmir (Indian occupied), Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Thailand and Timor-Leste renewed its commitment to fight against impunity and build a world without disappearances.



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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: 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.



Date: 18 Sep 2014

Brussels: NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), General Philip M. Breedlove thanked Spain for its recent decision to provide PATRIOT missile batteries and 130 soldiers to augment NATO’s defensive deployment in southern Turkey. The Alliance deployed six batteries in 2013 to augment Turkey's air defence capabilities to defend the population from ballistic missile threats emanating from the Syrian conflict.



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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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