Kashmir Inc Urges Extension Of VAT Amnesty Scheme

Kashmir Inc Urges Extension Of VAT Amnesty Scheme

KCC&I on Thursday urged Jammu and Kashmir government to extend VAT amnesty scheme for another one year citing the situation caused by coronavirus pandemic.

225 Militants Killed In J&K In 2020: DGP

225 Militants Killed In J&K In 2020: DGP

JK has seen a decrease in militancy incidents, infiltration and civilian killings in 2020, while state forces carried out more than 100 “successful” counter-militancy operations killing 225 militants, DGP said on Thursday.

Leh Highway Closed For Winter

Leh Highway Closed For Winter

The 434-km strategic Srinagar-Leh highway, connecting Ladakh region with Kashmir, has been officially closed from Friday for winter months to avoid any accident following slippery road conditions due to the freezing temperature.

Mehbooba Fires Fresh Salvo At BJP Govt

Mehbooba Fires Fresh Salvo At BJP Govt

Alleging that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is summoning people who are known to her or her party, former J&K chief minister and PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday said that she is ready to face any agency provided the process is legitimate.

What Makes Kashmir’s ‘Nuclear’ Children Anguished?

What Makes Kashmir’s ‘Nuclear’ Children Anguished?

Eye-opening social study by Kashmir’s celebrated sociologist Dr. B.A Dabla apart, the rising quest for nuclear families has casted its own shadow on the strife society. In this detailed piece, a doctorate scholar is trying to deconstruct the ‘fascinating’ façade of Kashmir’s private shelters stricken with sorrow, seclusion and stress.

Jeweller Shot Dead In Crowded Srinagar Market

Unidentified gunmen on Thursday shot dead a jeweller in Saraibala area of this capital city, while a CRPF officer was injured in a militant attack in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, officials said.

LoC Flares Up Again: Shells Rain On Houses, Mosque In Tangdhar

LoC Flares Up Again: Shells Rain On Houses, Mosque In Tangdhar

Several houses and a mosque were damaged as India and Pakistani troops traded heavy gunfire and mortar shells along the Line of Control (LoC) in Tangdar sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, officials said Thursday.

Lawaypora Encounter: DGP Says, Will Investigate Families’ Claim

Lawaypora Encounter: DGP Says, Will Investigate Families’ Claim

There is no reason to dispute the version of an army commander that the three “militants” killed in an encounter in Srinagar’s outskirts had plans to carry out a “big strike”, J-K DGP Dilbag Singh said on Thursday, following claims by families that the slain youths were not involved in militancy.

Srinagar Freezes At Minus 5.9 Degree Celsius

Srinagar Freezes At Minus 5.9 Degree Celsius

The cold wave sweeping Kashmir intensified on Thursday as the mercury fell several notches to settle well below the freezing point across the valley, officials said here.

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