Dr. Fai welcomes Ban’s statement on Kashmir dispute
Islamabad—The Executive Director of Kashmiri American Council, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, has applauded the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon’s spotlight on Kashmir. Dr. Fai said they would like to express profound gratitude to the Secretary General by proposing support for peaceful method to resolve the dispute over Jammu and Kashmir. In doing so, the Secretary General as the custodian of human rights is undoubtedly championing the cause of right and justice,Kashmir Media Service reported.
Majeed pays tributes to Pak Army martyrs
Mirpur —Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Chaudry Abdul Majeed paid rich tribute to the officers and brave soldiers of Pakistan Army who offered the supreme sacrifices to safeguard the sacred land of Pakistan. Addressing the Martyrs Day, observed in Army Stadium Muzaffarabad on Monday, said that this day reminds the nation for those who ensured the freedom of Pakistan and peace.
Black laws of savagery in IHK
I N SoudagarWHILE trying to embalm the bruises and lacerations inflicted on the soul and psyche of the people of Manipur, who were all fire against the draconian Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, following rape and murder of a woman allegedly by the Indian forces, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh had recently announced his government’s decision to soon modify the act ostensibly as part of the steps to address the grievances of the people.
Cops crack down on ‘anti-India’ network
Srinagar—Jammu and Kashmir police have launched a major crackdown against social networking users who express anti-India sentiments in the state. Around 35 administrators of Facebook pages have been identified by the police and several were summoned to police stations and questioned.“We are looking at people who express certain kind of sentiment on the Internet, which can cause disturbances.
Shabbir arrested in Jammu, sent back to Srinagar
Islamabad—The Indian police in occupied Kashmir arrested senior leader of the All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, in Jammu and forcibly sent him back to Srinagar. Shabbir Ahmed Shah, who was in Jammu in connection with his mass contact campaign, was scheduled to address a press conference in Jammu,Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported.