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India-China talks: Kashmir issue off the agenda

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India-China talks: Kashmir issue off the agenda
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Jammu and Kashmir (state) Jammu and Kashmir (state) Former state administered by India

Funeral of Wasim Bari, his father and brother performed in JandK's Bandipora [Video]

Funeral of Wasim Bari, his father and brother performed in JandK's Bandipora

Funeral of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Wasim Bari was performed in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district. His funeral was held along with his father and brother on July 09. All three were killed by terrorists on July 08.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:22Published
Killing of BJP leader by terrorists seems like pre-planned attack: Kashmir IGP [Video]

Killing of BJP leader by terrorists seems like pre-planned attack: Kashmir IGP

Inspector General of Police for Kashmir, Vijay Kumar, on July 09 said the killing of BJP leader Wasim Bari by terrorists a day earlier seems like a pre-planned attack since he had adequate security. "He had adequate security, but there was negligence on part of on-duty personnel. All 10 personnel on duty suspended. Probe is on. After analysis of CCTV footage, it seems like a pre-planned attack," said Kumar. Along with Wasim, who was the former district president of BJP, his father and brother were also killed by terrorists in Bandipora on July 08.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:17Published
Kashmir police bury slain rebels, won’t hand over bodies to families [Video]

Kashmir police bury slain rebels, won’t hand over bodies to families

Indian officials have stopped handing over the bodies of Kashmiri fighters killed in battles with Indian forces in Indian-administered Kashmir.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:52Published
Army running free school for disadvantaged kids in J and K's Ramban amid COVID [Video]

Army running free school for disadvantaged kids in J and K's Ramban amid COVID

The Indian Army is running a free school for children of Kashmir valley's Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir amid the coronavirus lockdown. The majority of children belong to nomadic tribes Gujjars and Bakerwals in the district. A girl student, Ifrat who belong to Udhampur, said "As schools are closed due to coronavirus lockdown, Indian Army has started free school for us. They are teaching us three subjects, English, Math and Urdu respectively. Social distancing is also being maintained here."

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:17Published

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