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  • Large number of people pay tributes to Pulwama martyrs by lighting candles
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Press Club of India condemns killing of 'Rising Kashmir' editor Bukhari

New Delhi, June 14 (UNI) Press Club of India on Thursday strongly condemned the killing of Shujaat Bukhari, Editor of Rising Kashmir, by a group of terrorists in Srinagar.
Expressing shock at the "mindless terror attack" that claimed the life of Shujaat Bukhari in the holy month of Ramzan, the Press Club in a statement deeply mourned Bukhari's death and extended its condolences to the bereaved family in this hour of crisis.
Bukhari had started his career as a young reporter with 'Kashmir Times' and moved to 'The Hindu' as its Kashmir correspondent in the 90s where his in-depth, analytical and objective reporting from the Valley got him recognition on the national and international level.
Later, he established his own English daily Rising Kashmir.
"Press Club of India has time and again underlined the threat to the lives of journalists working under difficult and challenging circumstances and demanded protection for them.. Reports said that Mr. Bukhari's two personal security guards also sustained injuries in the terror attack," the statement said.
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MHA clarifies on air transit facility for CRPF on Jammu-Srinagar sector

MHA clarifies on air transit facility for CRPF on Jammu-Srinagar sector

17 Feb 2019 | 11:13 PM

New Delhi, Feb 17 (UNI) Denying the reports that appeared in a section of media on Sunday claiming air transit facility for CRPF has not been allowed, the Ministry of Home Affairs clarified that this facility for CRPF on the said sector has been stopped.

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Ramayan reciter Morari Bapu to extend financial help of Rs 1lakh  to each CRPF martyrs’  family

Ramayan reciter Morari Bapu to extend financial help of Rs 1lakh to each CRPF martyrs’ family

17 Feb 2019 | 10:59 PM

New Delhi, Feb 17 (UNI) Bhagwat and Ram Katha reciter Morari Bapu will extend financial help of Rs one lakh to each family of CRPF martyred in Pulwama terrorist strike on Thursday.

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Govt cracks whip on separatist leaders, withdraws security & other facilities

Govt cracks whip on separatist leaders, withdraws security & other facilities

17 Feb 2019 | 10:45 PM

New Delhi, Feb 17 (UNI) Unleashing a multi-pronged strategy to isolate Pakistan on terror and also to break its 'nexus' with separatist leaders, the government on Sunday withdrew security cover and other facilities provided to five separatist leaders including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Abdul Ghani Bhat.

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Large number of people pay tributes to Pulwama martyrs by lighting candles

Large number of people pay tributes to Pulwama martyrs by lighting candles

17 Feb 2019 | 9:33 PM

New Delhi, Feb 17 (UNI) Thousands of people from different walks of life got together on Sunday and paid tributes to the martyrs of Pulwama by lighting candles in the heart of the city , Connaught Place's inner circle.

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Air-to-Air missile Astra to be showcased in Aero India

Air-to-Air missile Astra to be showcased in Aero India

17 Feb 2019 | 9:25 PM

By Anish Singh
New Delhi, Feb 17 (UNI) Make-in-India product Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) Astra will be showcased during the Aero India show which is scheduled to take place from February 20 in Bengaluru.

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