Kashmir is a conflict zone and one should not think that militancy is over
TRANSFERRED: Creating history, authorities shifted 15 Rehbar-e-Taleem (RT) teacher in Damhal Hanjipora. This was done on the recommendation of the concerned MLA, as per the transfer orders of the ReT’s. Usually permanent employees are transferred.
KILLED: Amit Singh, 10, son of Shamsher Singh from Latori was killed when a steel gate of his government primary school fell on him while he was playing with it.
INJURED: A tiff between two groups in Gursia area, Mendhar over 72 kanals of land left 14 persons injured including two soldiers and a retired BSF man.
HOUOURED: Mohan Bagan Football Club honoured Kashmiri footballer, Ishfaq Ahmed, along with other footballers and dignitaries while celebrating 100 year of IFA shield win at Kolkatta.
PROVED: Six member music band ‘Valley Boys Rock Drive’ proved their talent on a show ‘India’s got talent-season 3’ telecast on Colors TV. Amir Khan, Mukhtar Bhat, Mohammad Rafi, Muzaffar Ahmad, Sarjan form the band.
AGREED: Centre is releasing nearly Rs 364 crore for the Panchyats for the development of rural areas. The funds were earlier blocked due to non existence of Panchayats in J&K.
DISMISSED: Mohammed Ayoub Raina, an army man from Kupwara was dismissed from services for being involved in militant activities as per the police report. GOC S A Hasnain has ordered a probe into the matter.
DENIED: The family members of Jaipal Singh Adhikari and Lance Naik Devender Singh were reportedly prevented from seeing their mutilated headless bodies. They were killed in a fierce gun battle in Farkian Gali in Kupwara.
SOUGHT: Six BJP MLA’s suspended on allegation of cross voting in April sought a quick decision on their fate. They say delay in the decision is hindering their reputation.
NOMINATED: Sociologist Bashir Ahmed Dabla, who teaches in the University of Kashmir was nominated as a member of Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), an autonomous organization working under MHRD.
ORGANIZED: Raid De Himalaya, the motor sport is going to be held in Spiti, Lahaul, Ladakh and Zanskar. This effort is taken to rebuild the last year flood devastated area. Himalayan motorsport is contributing Rs 10 lakh for the same.
INJURED: SPO Tariq Ahmed was seriously injured after a group of 15 smugglers attacked a police party in Rafiabad, Baramulla when he asked the smugglers to halt. 80 feet of illegal timber was seized from the spot.
RAIDED: Offices and residences of Dileep Thusoo, MD housing Board and Anil Kumar Sharma, proprietor AK Construction Private Ltd were raided by the SVO. They were raided in connection with a scandal worth crores of the first cantilever bridge of the state being constructed in Doda.
PROTESTED: People in Batergam, Kupwara protested against the police who failed to locate the missing driver, Fayaz Ahmed Lone who is untraceable for three weeks.
UPHELD: Delhi court on the basis of insufficient evidences upheld the release of Uabid, a resident of J&K. Uabid was charged to be associated with UAE based module of Al-Badr.
REVEALED: Indian government revealed that they cannot execute its ambitious plan to get back the Kashmiri militants who crossed the border. The government has agreed to let them come on their own.
DISMISSES: High court dismissed the revision petition filed by police against the trail court orders regarding the death of teenager Wamiq Farooq. He was killed in the summer unrest 2010. Justice Hasnain Masoodi has directed SIT to obey the orders and investigate without any further delay.
FLED: Three SPO’s, Gul Mohammed Rahi, Ghulam Mohi-ud din and Bashir Ahmed Bhat went missing from the District Police lines, Kulgam along with their service rifles. An FIR under section 380, 409 has been lodged against them.
STARTED: GVK Power and Infra structure will start working on its 690 MW hydro electric power project at Kishtwar by December, 2011. The project is likely to be completed by 2017, will provide 16% of its output free of cost to J&K.
DIED: A woman, in Dooru, Islamabad died of an electric shock while other three members of family Mohammad Yousuf Bhat, his wife Sarwa Begum, Khurshee wife of Ghulam Hassan Wani and Mohammad Altaf Wani received injuries.
ACQUITTED: Mohammed Suhail and Waseem Ahmed, both Pakistani nationals were acquitted by a Delhi court as the prosecution failed to produce any evidence. Both were suspected to be LeT militants and were said to be involved in Chattisinghpora massacre.
CONFIRMED: The death sentence of LeT militant, Mohammed Arif alias Ashfaq was confirmed by the Supreme Court. Ashfaq is said to be involved in the 2000 Red fort attack in which three people including two army jawan were killed.
DECLARED: Rock sculpture of Chamba Buddha in the Suru Kartse village of Zanskar Sub-Division of Kargil district and four Forts in Samba district will soon be declared as the State protected monument. These resemble Bamiyaan Budhas of Afghanistan.