A new resolution in the Srinagar Municipal Corporation will propose renaming of the road from Regal Chowk to Amira Kadal Bridge as 'Shujaat Bukhari Road'.
The controversial leader warns scribes to “draw a line” in journalism lest they met a fate similar to that of the Rising Kashmir editor
Top LeT militant Naveed Jatt was involved in killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari, the editor-in-chief of Rising Kashmir, an English daily.
Bukhari, the editor-in-chief of Rising Kashmir newspaper, was assassinated on June 14 outside his office along with his two personal security guards.
As a man pulls out Bukhari's guard, the suspect is seen picking up his pistol and disappearing from the scene right under the nose of the cops there.
In the 2018 Index, published in April, India was ranked at the 138th position out of 180 countries, two places lower than in 2017, and the situation has continued to deteriorate.
Much before he became the editor of Rising Kashmir in 2012, the Kashmiri journalist was a proponent of happy coexistence and helpful attitude—within the...
Bukhari and his two PSOs were shot dead by unidentified gunmen outside Rising Kashmir office shortly before the 'Iftaar' Thursday evening.
Fifty-three-year-old Bukhari, who had worked as the state correspondent for national daily 'The Hindu' for several years, was shot dead on Thursday.
Bukhari, who was in his 50s, was leaving his office in Press Enclave in the city centre Lal Chowk for an iftar party when he was shot, officials said.