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Jammu and Kashmir Police struggles to combat fake news on coronavirus outbreak and internet restrictions; 178 people arrested in Valley
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Jammu and Kashmir Police struggles to combat fake news on coronavirus outbreak and internet restrictions; 178 people arrested in Valley

The cyber crime division of the Kashmir Police has registered nine case regarding misuse of social media since the outbreak of coronavirus.

Jammu and Kashmir youth jobless and hopeless accuse administration of betrayal after govt scraps recruitment for 1,450 posts in J&K Bank
India

Jammu and Kashmir youth jobless and hopeless accuse administration of betrayal after govt scraps recruitment for 1,450 posts in J&K Bank

Having waited for almost a year and a half, the youth in Jammu and Kashmir who appeared in the exams for 250 probationary officers (PO) and 1,200 banking associates in J&K Bank are feeling betrayed after the govt scrapped the recruitment process citing citing 'legal infirmities' in the examination process

SMS services restored in Kashmir Valley after 150-day-long suspension; broadband links up in schools, state-run hospitals
India

SMS services restored in Kashmir Valley after 150-day-long suspension; broadband links up in schools, state-run hospitals

SMS services will be restored in the Kashmir Valley from the midnight on Tuesday (31 December), Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal said.

SMS blocked in Kashmir as 'precautionary measure' hours after postpaid services restored in Valley, say officials
India

SMS blocked in Kashmir as 'precautionary measure' hours after postpaid services restored in Valley, say officials

SMS services were withdrawn as a 'precautionary measure' hours after the government restored post-paid mobile connections in Kashmir, officials said on Tuesday

Postpaid mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir restored while internet connections remain suspended
India

Postpaid mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir restored while internet connections remain suspended

Postpaid mobile services on all networks were restored in the Kashmir Valley on Monday, 72 days after they were snapped following restrictions

Postpaid mobile services in Jammu, Kashmir to resume today at noon; tourists will be provided assistance, says principal secy
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Postpaid mobile services in Jammu, Kashmir to resume today at noon; tourists will be provided assistance, says principal secy

Postpaid mobile services in the remaining areas of Jammu and Kashmir will be functional from 12 pm today.

No restrictions on people's movement anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir, says top state official
India

No restrictions on people's movement anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir, says top state official

Kansal, who was addressing a press conference in Srinagar, said: 'There is practically no restriction on the movement anywhere (in Jammu and Kashmir). Landlines are functional. As far as mobile communication is concerned, there continues to be tremendous provocation from across the border. Therefore, any decision must factor that provocation, too.'

93% of J&K, Ladakh free from prohibitory orders, says top official; over 26,000 landlines functional in Valley
India

93% of J&K, Ladakh free from prohibitory orders, says top official; over 26,000 landlines functional in Valley

Talking about law and order in Kashmir, Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal said: "Out of 111 police stations in the Valley, day-time restrictions have fully been lifted from 92 police stations, up from 81 last week. This makes 90 percent of the Valley free from day-time restriction of any kind."

Day-time curfew relaxation continues across Kashmir; students stay away despite administration's order to reopen schools
India

Day-time curfew relaxation continues across Kashmir; students stay away despite administration's order to reopen schools

Rohit Kansal, government's spokesperson said Srinagar-Jammu national highway and the Srinagar airport were functioning normally.

Kashmir after Article 370: At least 4,000 detained over fears of unrest, most flown out of region, govt sources tell AFP
India

Kashmir after Article 370: At least 4,000 detained over fears of unrest, most flown out of region, govt sources tell AFP

Thousands of people have been detained in Kashmir over fears of unrest after the Centre scrapped Article 370, government sources told AFP

Jammu and Kashmir ADGP Munir Khan says situation in state under control, focus on peaceful Independence Day celebration
India

Jammu and Kashmir ADGP Munir Khan says situation in state under control, focus on peaceful Independence Day celebration

The Jammu and Kashmir ADGP Munir Khan has said that the ground situation in the state is under control, and that his main focus was to have a peaceful celebration of Independence Day.

Amid communication blackout in J&K, Srinagar residents queue up at deputy commissioner's office to call loved ones; most conversations end in tears
India

Amid communication blackout in J&K, Srinagar residents queue up at deputy commissioner's office to call loved ones; most conversations end in tears

Speaking about the communications blackout in Kashmir, a government official said, 'If the trade-off is between inconvenience and loss of life, what should we choose?'

Former Pakistan minister Rehman Malik tweets video showing 'Indian genocide in Kashmir', gets criticised for 'peddling propoganda'
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Former Pakistan minister Rehman Malik tweets video showing 'Indian genocide in Kashmir', gets criticised for 'peddling propoganda'

Pakistan's former Interior Minister Rehman Malik tweeted a video claiming that the Indian Army had used violence against Kashmiris, inviting criticism from Twitter users from India who called Malik's tweet 'propoganda'

Jammu and Kashmir administration maintains stance on Article 35A in SC, says only elected government can take stand
India

Jammu and Kashmir administration maintains stance on Article 35A in SC, says only elected government can take stand

Article 35A, which was incorporated in the Constitution by a 1954 Presidential Order, accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah says elected Jammu and Kashmir govt will 'safeguard' Article 35A, asks Narendra Modi to hold polls as per schedule
India

Omar Abdullah says elected Jammu and Kashmir govt will 'safeguard' Article 35A, asks Narendra Modi to hold polls as per schedule

NC leader Omar Abdullah on Monday called on the Centre and Satya Pal Malik to hold elections in the state saying the new govt will 'safeguard' Article 35A.