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Singh: Centre ready to give Kashmir autonomy

New Delhi, Aug. 10: In a bid to apply the healing touch to the state’s festering wounds, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on Tuesday urged the people of Jammu and Kashmir to “give peace a chance

Another youth dies, curfew in Srinagar

The toll in the ongoing cycle of violence in the Kashmir Valley rose to 50 with another youth succumbing to injuries sustained in firing by security forces, police said on Monday as curfew was imposed

Civilian succumbs to bullet injury, Kashmir toll rises to 47

The violence in Kashmir Valley claimed its 47th victim since June 11 when a civilian on Thursday succumbed to a bullet injury he received during protests here a day earlier.

Fifty-year-old Gulam Muha

Train services disrupted, Maoists blow up road culvert

Suspected Maoists blew up a road culvert close to the railway tracks in the Bisra area of Orissa’s Sundergarh district on Wednesday, briefly disrupting train services on the Mumbai-Howrah route.

36 civilians killed, 1,266 security men injured in J&K in 3 months

The government on Wednesday said 36 civilians were killed and 1,266 security personnel were injured in different violent incidents in the Kashmir Valley in the last three months.

Another protester killed in Indian Kashmir: Police

A protester was killed on Sunday in revolt-hit Kashmir, taking to seven the number of young men shot dead by security forces in three days of street clashes, police said.

The latest casualties mark t

Shooting in US state park leaves 2 dead, 4 hurt

A shooting in a US state park just east of Seattle has left two men dead and four others wounded.

King County Sheriff's deputy John Urquhat says several people are in custody following the violence

EU gives $2.5m aid to Kashmir

Brussels, July 9: The European Union on Friday allocated $2.52 million in aid for the people affected by the present situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

“Fatalities still occur in the region, and armed g

Sabotage suspected on passenger train in Kerala

The brake pipes of a passenger train in Kerala were found snapped on Thursday, said officials who suspect sabotage.

"We have reports that it (brake pipes) was cut, and it can only be done by exerting

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