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Shutdown called by separatists hits life in Jammu and Kashmir, clashes at some places

Shutdown called by separatists hits life in Jammu and Kashmir, clashes at some places

Life across the Kashmir Valley was affected on Wednesday by the separatist-called protest shutdown.

BJP-called shutdown hits life in Tripura district

Normal life was affected in Tripura's Dhalai district on Wednesday due to a 12-hour shutdown called by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in protest against the killing of one of its local leaders.

Curfew lifted across Kashmir Valley, normal life paralysed

Curfew lifted across Kashmir Valley, normal life paralysed

Authorities on Saturday lifted curfew across Kashmir following improvement in the situation, but normal life remained affected due to the unrest which erupted after killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani in July.

45th day of curfew, shutdown cripple Kashmir

45th day of curfew, shutdown cripple Kashmir

A day after a teenager was killed in clashes with the security forces, authorities decided to continue curfew in the entire Srinagar city on Monday.

A month on, curfew, shutdown continue in Kashmir

Government-enforced curfew and separatist-called shutdown continued for an unprecedented 31st day on Monday in the Kashmir Valley as the death toll in the month-long unrest mounted to 56 after an injured civilian succumbed at a hospital here.

Amid curfew and shutdown, Kashmir shows marginal improvement

Traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar and Srinagar-Leh national highways moves only during the night as protesters keep these highways blocked during the day, defying curfew restrictions.

Kashmir calm but tense as curfew, shutdown continue; Mehbooba Mufti regrets 'loss of precious lives'

Kashmir calm but tense as curfew, shutdown continue; Mehbooba Mufti regrets 'loss of precious lives'

Jammu-Srinagar highway, the only all-weather motorable link to the valley that passes through south Kashmir, was blocked due to continuous curfew.

Jat stir: Traders observe complete bandh against vandalism

Jat stir: Traders observe complete bandh against vandalism

Business establishments, including eateries and grain markets, remained closed in the district.

Bangladesh beefs up security as Jamaat-e-Islami calls nationwide shutdown

Authorities intensified security measures on Thursday with Bangladesh's largest Islamist group Jamaat-e-Islami observing a nationwide shutdown to protest an apex court verdict that upheld death penalty for its chief.

BJP's shutdown hits normal life in Assam's Barak Valley

The BJP`s 12-hour shutdown in Assam`s Barak Valley against Cachar district police chief Rajveer Singh`s alleged misbehaviour with party cadres and detention of some leaders, including Silchar legislator, drew a near total response.

Shutdown affects life in Kashmir Valley

Shutdown affects life in Kashmir Valley

A protest shutdown called on Wednesday by separatists against the killing of three youth affected life in Jammu and Kashmir's summer capital Srinagar and other cities and towns of the Valley.

Industrial units shutdown hit 6,400 workers in last 3 yrs:Govt

Closure of industrial units have affected over 6,400 workers in different parts of the country in the last three years, the government said today.

India Inc expresses relief over end of US shutdown

The US Congress today passed a bipartisan bill to end a 16-day government shutdown and avert a historic debt default by the world's largest economy that could have had global repercussions.

US government reopens for business after two week shutdown

The US government reopens for business Thursday after a two-week shutdown and a dangerous flirt with running out of cash to pay its bills and avert a calamitous, unprecedented default.

Obama signs bill ending US shutdown, raising debt ceiling

In all likelihood the government shutdown is now expected to end today when over five lakh furloughed federal employees are expected to return to their service.

US Congress ends debt impasse, Obama vows to sign bill

Obama vowed to sign the bill and begin reopening the government "immediately."

Obama summons leaders for debt ceiling crisis talks

Obama will meet top Republican and Democratic Party chieftains at the White House at 1900 GMT -- and demand that Congress raises America's borrowing authority before Thursday deadline.

IMF chief warns against drastic US spending cuts

In an interview Lagarde said the United States must address its spending on social programs like Medicare and Social Security.

Shutdown debate moves to US Senate as debt deadline creeps up

The Senate will hold a rare Sunday session as politicians debate how to reopen the shuttered government and avoid a potentially calamitous failure to pay the country's debt obligations.

Obama agrees to sign short-term debt rise to end US shutdown

The statement comes on the 11th day of a partial government shutdown over budget negotiations.