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  • Security forces launch CASO in north Kashmir
  • Rajya Sabha adjourned till 1200 hrs amid Oppn ruckus over fuel price hike
  • Jarkiholi sex scandal: Former minister claims video as conspiracy against him
  • LOK SABHA ADJOURNED TILL 1400 HRS AMID NOISY SCENES
  • RAJYA SABHA ADJOURNED TILL 1400 HRS AMID OPPN RUCKUS OVER FUEL PRICE HIKE
  • Lok Sabha adjourned till 1200 hrs amid Oppn ruckus on fuel prices
  • No animal slaughtering, meat sale during Navratras in Jammu
  • Four killed at construction site in Karnataka
  • LOK SABHA ADJOURNED TILL 1200 HRS AMID NOISY SCENES
  • RAJYA SABHA ADJOURNED TILL 1200 HRS AFTER OPPN RUCKUS OVER FUEL PRICE HIKE
  • Campaigning at its peak for the coming Bengal Assy poll
  • Kolkata fire tragedy: PM approves Rs 2 lakh ex-gratia for kin of deceased
  • Prez Kovind mourns loss of lives in Kolkata fire tragedy
  • Sensex up over 300 pts
  • PM condoles loss of lives in Kolkata fire tragedy
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Driver killed in alleged SF firing, massive protests erupt in Kashmir

Driver killed in alleged SF firing, massive protests erupt in Kashmir

Srinagar, Dec 17 (UNI) A driver was killed when security forces allegedly opened fire, evoking massive protests in the frontier district of Kupwara on Sunday, official sources said.
They said driver of a cab (Tata Sumo) Asif Iqbal was killed when security forces allegedly opened fire after he did not stop at Kralpora, Kupwara.
Hundreds of people hit the streets alleging that Asif was killed by security forces without any provocation.
Demanding immediate arrest of security forces involved in the incident, the demonstrators blocked the main road.
Senior civil and police officials have rushed to the area, they said, adding that internet service has been suspended in the area.
Details are awaited, they added.
UNI BAS CJ SV 1055

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ACB conducts raids across state against nine officials

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