News Topic:Amshipora

Amshipora Fake Encounter: Process of summary of evidence completed, says Army

SRINAGAR — The Army on Thursday said that the process of summary of evidence has been completed with regard to the July 18 Amshipora,...

Amshipora Killings: Our son being made a scapegoat, alleges Shopian family

SRINAGAR — The family members of a youth Tabish Nazir, of Sugan Shopian on Monday staged a protest at Srinagar and alleged that police...

Amshipora Case: Bodies of slain youth exhumed, handed over to families

SRINAGAR — After more than 70 days, the bodies of three labourers from Rajouri were exhumed and handed over to their families at Gantamulla...

Bodies of labourers killed Amshipora being exhumed: IGP

SRINAGAR — Bodies of three youth labourers from Rajouri, who were killed in an “encounter” at Amshipora village of Shopian district by the Army...

Two persons arrested in connection with Shopian fake gunfight

SRINAGAR — Two persons were arrested in connection with Ashmipora Shopian fake encounter case and were produced in District Court Shopian by Police on...

Who planted ‘incriminating material’ in Amshipora, asks Omar

SRINAGAR — Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday questioned the official version that arms and ammunition were recovered from the...

DNA sample results confirm Rajouri men killed in Shopian, IGP says

SRINAGAR — Inspector General of Police (Kashmir Range) Vijay Kumar on Friday said that results of DNA samples of parents of three youth from...

Killing innocents & labelling them terrorists most heinous crime, says former DGP

SRINAGAR — Former Director General of Police J&K, S P Vaid said killing innocent youth and showing them as terrorists is most heinous crime...

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