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US press urges for release of journalist Aasif Sultan

The US National Press Club called on Indian authorities to release a Kashmiri journalist who has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.

CPJ calls on J&K Police to drop charges against journalist Aasif Sultan

SRINAGAR — The Committee to Protect Journalists has called on Jammu and Kashmir Police to immediately cease all legal proceedings against journalist Aasif Sultan.Sultan, along...

Police files chargesheet against journalist Asif Sultan

SRINAGAR — Police in Srinagar have filed a chargesheet against ten accused, including jailed journalist Asif Sultan, for allegedly giving shelter to militants who killed...

PWJA protests against arrest of journalist Aasif Sultan

Pulwama: Pulwama Working Journalists' Association (PWJA) Tuesday staged a protest for seeking release of journalist Aasif Sultan, Assistant Editor of Kashmir Narrator.Working journalists assembled...

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Jel’s former General Secretary hopes for ‘free and fair’ elections

Former General Secretary of the banned Jamaat-e-Islami (Jel) Ghulam Qadir Lone rued the "rigging" committed in 1987 elections and hoped for free and fair polls.
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North Kashmir: Groom shows civic duty, casts vote before wedding

A groom in Uri, Baramulla, made a detour on his wedding day to cast his vote before partaking in his matrimonial celebrations.

APHC pays tributes to Mirwaiz Farooq, Ghani Lone, Hawal martyrs

On the occasion of the martyrdom anniversaries of Mirwaiz Molvi Farooq and Abdul Ghani Lone, APHC paid "glowing tributes" to both the "visionary and towering leaders".

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Kashmiris speak out as Valley witnesses first major polls after Article 370 abrogation

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Kashmir political leaders accuse authorities of arresting their workers

J&K political leaders, including Sajjad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari, have raised concerns over the arrest and harassment of workers ahead of the polls.