Militant Trying To Sneak Into J&K Killed 

Militant Trying To Sneak Into J&K Killed 

An unidentified militant on Tuesday was killed while trying to sneak into Jammu and Kashmir through Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district, officials said Tuesday

Amid COVID Gloom, A Silver Lining For Kashmiri Students

Amid COVID Gloom, A Silver Lining For Kashmiri Students

For some lockdown-weary Kashmiri students, a moment of respite came recently when they started attending an open-air school in the boroughs of Budgam. After the striking classroom images made it to social media, many Kashmiri students wondered: “When would we get to attend such schools?”

Doctor, 13 Others Die Of Covid-19, Toll 335

Doctor, 13 Others Die Of Covid-19, Toll 335

At least fourteen people, including a doctor on Tuesday died of coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir, taking the number of fatalities due to the deadly disease to 335 in the Union Territory

100 Security Men Among 489 New Cases

100 Security Men Among 489 New Cases

Over a hundred security personnel and 79 travellers were among 489 people who tested Covid-19 positive on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir, raising the number of infected people across the Union Territory to 18879

ECI Pulls Up LG Murmu Over J&K Poll Remarks

ECI Pulls Up LG Murmu Over J&K Poll Remarks

The Election Commission on Tuesday took “exception” to the reported remarks of Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor G C Murmu on timing of polls in the union territory, and said in the constitutional scheme of things, only the EC is authorised to decide on the poll schedule.

Will Verify J&K LG, Madhav’s Statements On 4G, Govt Tells SC

Will Verify J&K LG, Madhav’s Statements On 4G, Govt Tells SC

The Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that it will verify reported statements made by the Lt Governor of Jammu and Kashmir and BJP leader Ram Madhav that 4G Internet service can be restored in the Union Territory, and sought time to file a reply to the rejoinder affidavit filed by an NGO

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