Beef Comes Back To Haunt Kashmiri Students in Mewar

Srinagar: Day after Kashmiri students studying in Mewar University of Rajasthan were attacked by a mob over the suspicion of beef consumption and four of the them detained by police, a forensic report on Wednesday confirmed that the students had not consumed beef. All the four detained Kashmiris were released by police following the report. […]

DGP takes up safety issue of Kashmiri students

Taking instant cognizance of the reports of alleged harassment of some Kashmiri students studying outside the State, Director General of Police (DGP), K Rajendra Kumar has contacted his counterparts of Rajasthan and West Bengal and enquired about the incidents of alleged harassment of students from Jammu and Kashmir. Rajendra urged them to ensure safety of […]

Malik warns of intimidation

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Muhammad Yasin Malik Wednesday said that Kashmiris are being harassed from Delhi to Calcutta and this “intimidation” has once again proved the fact that Kashmiris are not safe anywhere in India. In a statement issued here, he said, “Persecution of Kashmiris students is like waging war against the […]

PDP-BJP Govt withheld Relief, Development Funds to Persecute People: Omar

SRINAGAR: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and National Conference Working President, Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said it had “become clear beyond any doubt” that the PDP-BJP Government had withheld flood relief and development funds for ten months “to persecute the people of the State” who have overwhelmingly rejected this failed alliance of opportunism. […]

Kulgam hospital OT goes to dogs

Srinagar: After a stray dog managed its entry into the ‘well guarded’ operation theatre at a Kulgam Hospital, the government has ordered an inquiry into the incident. A picture had gone viral in which a dog was seen sitting on a bed inside emergency theatre at district hospital Kulgam. Deputy Commissioner, Kulgam, Dr Syed Abid […]

Tulip Garden abuzz with tourist excitement

SRINAGAR: Asia’s largest Tulip Garden located at Siraj Bagh in Srinagar which was thrown open on Tuesday, has become a huge attraction and is visited by hundreds of nature-lovers including local people and domestic as well as foreign tourists every day since its opening. The garden is thronged by people in huge number as it […]

Pak tip-off helps India kill 3 of 10 ‘terrorists’

NEW DELHI: Indian security forces have killed three of 10 alleged terrorists that were tipped off by Pakistan, reports said on Wednesday. The Hindu quoted a top home ministry official as saying that National Security Adviser of Pakistan Naseer Khan Janjua’s inputs over alleged infiltration of terrorists were correct. He said that three of the […]

New Agriculture policy to be formulated soon: Ganai

SRINAGAR,:  Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai today said that the government is working on a new Agriculture policy that will go a long way in developing and expanding the most important sector of the state. The Advisor said this after inaugurating a day-long Kissan Mela at the lawns of SKICC here today. Around 200 […]

Petrol Price Hiked By Rs 3.07/Litre, Diesel By Rs 1.90/Litre

Petrol price was on Wednesday raised by Rs 3.07 per litre, while diesel price was hiked by Rs 1.90 per litre in Delhi. The revised prices will be effective midnight. After today’s revision, a litre of petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 59.68, while diesel will retail at Rs 48.33/litre, said Indian Oil Corporation, the […]

Kashmir Co plays role in Yamuna Fest Success

Srinagar: – Infinity Access Technologies, a Srinagar based company having their branch office in Koramangla, Bangalore and New York City, USA was officially selected as a System Integration partner for the recently concluded, World Culture Festival 2016 in New Delhi.The three-day festival was organized on the banks of River Yamunaby the Art of Living foundation. […]

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