News Topic:Trehgam

Young Kashmiri writer publishes his maiden poetry work

KUPWARA — Hailing from a small town Trehgam, in frontier district of Kupwara in northern Kashmir, a young Kashmiri writer, Zakir Malik, has published...

Maqbool Bhat’s brother booked again under PSA

The Government on Wednesday slapped a fresh Public Safety Act (PSA), third in a row, against Zahoor Ahmad Bhat of Trehgam.

After altercation with locals, Army opens fire in Trehgam Kupwara

KUPWARA — The Army resorted to aerial firing in Trehgam area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Saturday to scare locals after a scuffle...

Officials turn Rehbar-e-Relatives to select Rehbar-e-Khel in Kupwara

SRINAGAR — Youth Services and Sports Department Kupwara blatantly fudged interview scores of "blue-eyed" candidates to push their selection for Rehbar-e-Khel posts, according to...

Youth killed, another injured in forces action in Kupwara

Srinagar: A 20-year-old youth was killed while another injured in alleged government forces firing at Trehgam area of north Kashmir's Kupwara district on Tuesday.Locals...

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