Semblance Of Normalcy In Valley; Public Transport Increases

Semblance Of Normalcy In Valley; Public Transport Increases

Normalcy was slowly returning with more and more shops reopening everyday and good number of vehicles hitting the streets in Kashmir valley, where   prepaid mobile and internet service of all cellular companies remained suspended since August 5

Investor Summit Soon In J&K; 40,000 Local Youths To Get Govt Jobs: LG

Investor Summit Soon In J&K; 40,000 Local Youths To Get Govt Jobs: LG

JK LG G C Murmu on Monday said an investor summit, which was earlier postponed following the abrogation of Article 370, would be held soon so that investments pour into the UT for its development and to create employment avenues for the youth

Desecration Of Mosques And A Shrine; Police Register Cases

Desecration Of Mosques And A Shrine; Police Register Cases

Police have registered two formal cases while District Administration has appointed an inquiry officer to probe into a series of incidents in which a number of mosques and a shrine were ‘desecrated’ in South Kashmir’s Tral town of Pulwama district

Reducing J&K To UT Has Far Reaching Consequence: Ex PM

Reducing J&K To UT Has Far Reaching Consequence: Ex PM

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Monday said it was imperative for members of the Upper House to debate Centre-state relations since the Rajya Sabha was a council of states

Finance Commission Awaits Terms Of Reference For J&K, Ladakh

Finance Commission Awaits Terms Of Reference For J&K, Ladakh

N.K. Singh, the Chairman of the 15th Finance Commission has said that the commission is yet to receive the additional terms of reference (TOR) for the newly formed union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, media reported on Monday

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