Mufti

Police officer lynching incident: “Don’t test the patience of police, else old times may return”, warns Mufti

New Delhi:In regards with the incident of a mob lynching a police officer to death in Srinagar today, Mehbooba Mufti came down heavily on Kashmiris and warned them to not take the police force for granted. Even as the police arrested two people in connection with the lynching, J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti had strong words for Kashmiris: "This is not how you respond to restraint on the part of the police."

Abdul Rahman Makki

Terrorist Abdul Rehman Makki threatened India again

NewsMantra Bureau

Mastermind of Mumbai attacks Abdul Rehman Makki threatened India again in the press conference held in Faisalabad of Pakistan. By pointing on Kashmir he said that the attacks on Kashmir will increase. After the house arrest of mastermind Hafis Sayeed Makki handled the position of Jamat-Ud- Dava. 

KAshmir

Parts of Kashmir celebrate Pakistan's victory

New Delhi : As the whole country yesterday was grieving India’s defeat in the ICC World cup finals, certain parts of Kashmir Valley were alive with celebration: crackers were burst, Pro Pakistani slogans were shouted and the Pakistani Flag was raised. In some parts of Srinagar and in Anantnag, police and paramilitary personnel used teargas shells to disperse youths throwing firecrackers into their camps.

In Tral, a large number of men and women took to the streets after Pakistan’s win. Eyewitnesses said there were victory parades in all most all villages of Tral. In the town, a huge gathering raised anti-India slogans as per agency reports.

NIT- Srinagar closed its campus gates at 5 PM in precaution as last year there was a clash between Kashmiri and Non Kashmiri students during the India Pakistan Match.