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Motorcyclist killed, 2 pillion-riders injured in Pahalgam accident

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A motorcyclist was killed and two of his pillion-riders injured after a two-wheeler they were plying on collided with a tipper Pahalgam area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.

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Reports reaching GNS said that an accident took place between Tipper bearing registration number JK 13C 0290 and motorcycle bearing number JK03K –1852 at Lidroo Pahalgam, resulting in critical injuries to the motorcyclist Manzoor Ahmad Bhat and two pillion riders namely Abdul Ahad Mir son of Ali Mohd Bhat and Rouf Ahmad Bhat son of Gh Rasool Bhat – all residents of Krashangam Aishmuqam.

The injured trio was evacuated from the site to PHC Pahalgam, where the motorcyclist Manzoor Ahmad Bhat succumbed to his injuries.

Confirming it, a police official told GNS that they have taken cognizance into the incident for further investigations.

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DGP R R Swain visits Martyr Insp. Masroor’s home expresses condolences

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Also visits BB Cantt Hospital to enquire about injured Police official

The Director General of Police, J&K, R R Swain paid a solemn visit to the home of the martyr Inspector Masroor Ahmad Wani in Srinagar this evening and expressed deep condolences and shared grief with the bereaved family.

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DGP was accompanied by ADGP Law and Order Vijay Kumar, IG Kashmir V. K. Birdi and other officers to share the grief of the family, according to statement issued to Asian News Hub.

The DGP met the father and other members of the family and conveyed that J&K Police family will remember the supreme sacrifice of the martyr for decades to come. He assured that the institutional strength of J&K Police will take care of the family.

The DGP J&K conveyed the unwavering support and gratitude of the entire law enforcement community for the ultimate sacrifice made by the martyr.

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He alongwith the officers prayed for the peace of martyr.

R R Swain along with other officers also visited Military Hospital BB Cantt. Srinagar to enquire about the health of the injured Police Selection Grade Constable Mohammad Hafeez who was fired upon by terrorist yesterday evening on his right arm and right side abdomen.

The DGP met the doctors treating the official and impressed for all possible treatment for his early recovery. He assured the injured that all possible help and assistance will be provided.

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Govt teacher on examination duty dies of cardiac arrest in Anantnag

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A government teacher died of suspected cardiac arrest while dispensing duties during JKSSB’s Panchayat Secretary examination in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Sunday.

Quoting officials news agency Kashmir Scroll reported that Mushtaq Ahmad Dar, son of Abdul Khaliq Dar, a resident of Nanil, posted at Boys Middle School Muniwar Anantnag, fell unconscious while on duty at Al-Sarwat School Krangsoo.

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The teacher was immediately taken to DH Anantnag, where the doctors declared him as brought dead on arrival.

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Meet Insha Manzoor, first female photographer from Sopore

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Insha Manzoor [21] currently working with JB Studio. Insha is pursuing BBA from Baramulla College and resides in Sopore and completed her 12th grade from Welkin Sopore.

Insha developed an interest in photography since the 8th grade, initially using an Android phone for school and nature photography. She actively participated in photography contests, winning accolades. Insha’s parents, especially her sister, provided her significant support. After completing her Bachelor’s, Insha aspires to pursue filmmaking.

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Currently, Insha continues her photography using a phone, showcasing her talent on Instagram. Her reels have garnered millions of views, and she has amassed 6,500 followers on Instagram. Insha, a humble individual, promotes north Kashmir through her talents. Insha expresses her determination to continue this work, shining a light on her parents and the entire Kashmir region.

Insha’s message to upcoming photographers is that one can turn photography into a fulfilling profession.

Insha attributes her success to her mentor, Junaid Bhat Photographer, Kashmir Based Photojournalist, acknowledging him as her guide who played a crucial role in her learning journey. Insha Manzoor is not just a photographer; she’s a visionary capturing the essence of Sopore through her lens, breaking stereotypesand pavingthe way for aspiring photographers in the region.

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Note: Apart from the headline, no other changes were made in the article; the writer can be reached at Junaidphotojournalist@gmail.com.

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