J&K Police Harassing Kargil Bound Passengers: BJP

J&K Police Harassing Kargil Bound Passengers: BJP

Senior BJP Leader and former Chairman J&K Legislative Council Kargil Haji Anayat Ali Friday alleged that district administration Ganderbal has been beating and harassing Ladakh Bound passengers at different locations in the district.

Cases Hit Record High in J&K; 3532 Test Positive, 30 More Die

Cases Hit Record High in J&K; 3532 Test Positive, 30 More Die

Coronavirus cases continue to show no sign of decline as Jammu and Kashmir reported on Friday the biggest ever single day spike of 3532 fresh cases even as the deadly infection claimed the lives of 30 more people across the Union Territory during the last 24 hours.

J&K Govt Aborts Vaccination Drive From May 1

J&K Govt Aborts Vaccination Drive From May 1

Amid a shortage of COVID-19 vaccine doses, the JK administration on Friday said the third phase of the inoculation drive that will cover people in the 18-45 age group will not begin from May 1 in the union territory.

Curbs In Kashmir To Stop Virus

Curbs In Kashmir To Stop Virus

Strict restrictions remained in place in parts of Jammu and Kashmir, including this capital city on Friday on the first day of lockdown that began on Thursday evening in an attempt to contain the spread of coronavirus.

What We Know About India COVID Variant

What We Know About India COVID Variant

India has recorded the world’s sharpest spike in coronavirus infections this month, with political and financial capitals New Delhi and Mumbai running out of hospital beds, oxygen and medicines.

Kashmiri Teacher’s Blood Campaign Comes in Handy in Pandemic

Kashmiri Teacher’s Blood Campaign Comes in Handy in Pandemic

Covid may have once again reared its ugly head and shut OPDs in hospitals, but many community welfare workers are proactively working to keep the society safe in these viral times. Among them is a man from Magam who’s saving lives with his vital cause.

J&K Civil Services Decentralisation, Recruitment Act Amended

J&K Civil Services Decentralisation, Recruitment Act Amended

The Jammu and Kashmir administration led by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has decided to exclude Health and Medical Education Department identified Gazetted teaching and faculty posts on academic arrangement basis, from the operation of Jammu and Kashmir Civil Services Decentralisation and Recruitment Act 2010.

MeT Forecasts Erratic Weather Till Friday

MeT Forecasts Erratic Weather Till Friday

The Meteorological department has predicted erratic weather conditions across Jammu and Kashmir till next week, even as most parts of the Valley received light rainfall on Friday.

Apartheid in the Holy Land 

Apartheid in the Holy Land 

After the collapse of South Africa’s apartheid regime three decades ago, the world must not tolerate another, and particularly not one located at the heart of a volatile region, where it will serve as a catalyst for extremism and conflict.

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