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Kashmir police quiz 16 over anti-India Facebook posts

April 14, 2012 Leave a comment

SRINAGAR: Police in Kashmir say they have questioned 16 men about Facebook postings that appeared aimed at whipping up protest against Indian rule in the disputed Himalayan territory.
Anti-India Facebook Posts
Police say the men are university students who run Facebook pages with illegal messages challenging India’s claim to the region.

Officer Shiv Murari Sahai says police warned the men of legal action ”if they persist with their anti-national activities.”

Indian forces largely suppressed a deadly rebellion in the 1990s.

Most anti-Indian sentiment has since been expressed in street protests, though police set up a cyber-security team after anti-India Facebook pages appeared in 2010.

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Renowned Kashmiri Poet Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor

April 14, 2012 3 comments
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Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor Kashmiri Poet.

9 April 2012 Islamabad:
The 60th death anniversary of renowned Kashmiri poet Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor was bserved on Monday
Radio Pakistan broadcast programmes to pay tribute to Ahmed Mahjoor on his death anniversary. Read more…

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An Indian media delegation called on Foreign Minister in Islamabad

April 14, 2012 Leave a comment

Islamabad: An Indian media delegation called on the Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in Islamabad on Firday.
The Foreign Minister briefed the delegation on the recent developments in Pakistan-India relations. She said that the government of Pakistan was committed to a constructive‚ sustained and result-oriented process of engagement with India.
She also noted that since the resumption of dialogue early last year‚ there had been a substantial progress‚ particularly in normalization of trade relations.
Responding to several questions by the members of the delegation‚ the Foreign Minister underlined the importance of building and an environment of trust between the two countries.
She also said that Pakistan could not ignore the importance of the countries of the region and that it wanted to have good relations with all its neighbors including India.

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Indian media delegation visits PTV head office

April 14, 2012 Leave a comment

By Bushra Makhdoom

ISLAMABAD—A nine member media delegation from India visited Pakistan Television Headquarter (PTV) Head Office. The delegations included journalists representing different newspapers and TV channels.
Managing Director PTV Arshad extended warm welcome to the delegation and introduced PTV organization/ network to the visiting delegates and informed them that PTV covered about 90% of the total viewership in Pakistan. Besides, thanks to PTV Global, its transmission has been taken to UK and USA. Read more…

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kashmirfollow sent you a video: “Avalanche Buries More Than 100 Pakistani Troops”

April 8, 2012 Leave a comment
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Pakistani soldiers dug into a massive avalanche in a mountain battleground close to the Indian border on Saturday, searching for at least 135 people buried when the wall of snow engulfed a military complex. (April 7)
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kashmirfollow sent you a video: “Avalanche traps 135 people near Siachen, rescue operation underway”

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Pakistan’s military hoped for a miracle on Sunday as rescue teams searched for 124 soldiers and 11 civilians buried by a Himalayan avalanche near the Indian border, with no sign of survivors another 24 hours later.
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Christof Heyn’s statement substantiated our views – Farooq Rehmani

April 1, 2012 Leave a comment

Islamabad 01, April 2012: Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, has warmly hailed UN Special Rapporteur Christof Heyn’s preliminary statement saying that “the Armed Forces Special Powers Act allows the state to override rights and has no role in a democracy.”

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