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BEERWA A brief video recorded by a teenager has enraged Kashmir. Shot during the day of re-poll by this fleeing boy, who was afraid by the incident, it has emerged the first instance

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RANGRETH Abid Bhat, photographer of Kashmir Observer, who clicked the photograph of a minor boy being publicly punished by two CRPF personnel in Srinagar main city, is injured. A stone flying over a

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Hong Kong Javed Dar, who works as a photojournalist with China’s official news agency Xinhua was awarded outstanding employee of Xinhua News Agency for 2016. Javed was among eight employees chosen from across

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KUPWARA  In Kashmir, direct hits kill the same way, the stray bullets kill. However what was tragic was that the stray bullets hit two minors who were sleeping in their home. In Batpora

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PADGAMPORA As thousands had assembled to bid adieu to the slain boy Amir Nazir who was killed in wake of an encounter in which two militants from Lashkar-e-Toiba were killed, a news photographer

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PULWAMA An incident that took place showcases the changes that have taken place at ground zero. An army vehicle hit a parked Tavera with six passengers inside in Pulwama, a point where normally

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DACHIGAM The Kashmir stag, the Hangul, is set to be declared as a separate species, an issue being pursued by government since 2009. J&K’s state animal is a relative of European Red Deer

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DELHI Filmmaker Sanjay Kak lined up with nine Kashmiri photo-journalists to tell the visual story of Kashmir. With 200 photographs taken from 1986 to 2016, The Witness is perhaps the first photo book

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SRINAGAR Hanging anniversaries of Kashmiris Maqbool Bhat and Afzal Guru separated by a day, for which Hurriyat had called for a march to UNMOGIP, remained tense but passed off incident free. Barring incidents

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JAMMU It happened quite rarely that the politics dragged in top officers in the assembly debates. Omar Abdullah, talking about the administration said that the government does not want to made changes at

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