J&K Sees 166 New Covid Cases

J&K Sees 166 New Covid Cases

Jammu and Kashmir reported on Tuesday 166 more cases of novel coronavirus while no fresh fatality due to the deadly infection was reported from the Union Territory during the last 24 hours.

Birla Advises Par Panels To Visit Remote Areas In J&K

Birla Advises Par Panels To Visit Remote Areas In J&K

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Tuesday advised the parliamentary standing committees to undertake regular study tours of far-flung areas in JK and suggest possible solutions for mitigation of grievances of local people.

HM Launches Portal For Industrial Development In J&K

HM Launches Portal For Industrial Development In J&K

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Tuesday that Rs 50,000 crore is expected to be invested in Jammu and Kashmir after the unveiling of a new central scheme for industries.

India Establishes First Formal Contact With Taliban

India Establishes First Formal Contact With Taliban

In the first formal and publicly acknowledged contact, Indian Ambassador to Qatar Deepak Mittal met senior Taliban leader Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai on Tuesday and conveyed India’s concerns that Afghanistan’s soil should not be used for anti-Indian activities and militancy.

J&K Polls Only After Delimitation Exercise Concludes

J&K Polls Only After Delimitation Exercise Concludes

The security situation in Jammu and Kashmir has improved as compared to previous years, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said on Tuesday and asserted that the government is committed to providing security to panchayat members and extending every possible help to them to carry out their duty.

Rs 100 Crore Worth Timber Rots Due To Official ‘Apathy’

Rs 100 Crore Worth Timber Rots Due To Official ‘Apathy’

Signifying the messy state of affairs in the forest department and the State Forest Corporation (SFC), thousands of timber logs worth Rs 100 crores have been left to decay in several forest ranges across Budgam district.

No Revision Of Voters In J&K For 3rd Consecutive Year

No Revision Of Voters In J&K For 3rd Consecutive Year

For the third consecutive year, Jammu & Kashmir will not be part of the special summary revision of voters undertaken by the Election Commission of India due to ongoing delimitation exercise in the Union Territory.

Will Sweep Polls, Form Next Govt In J&K: Dr Farooq

Will Sweep Polls, Form Next Govt In J&K: Dr Farooq

National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday asserted his party will win the next assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, indicating for the first time since the abrogation of Article 370 that his party would participate in the polls.

Police, Army Reaches Out To Militant Families

Police, Army Reaches Out To Militant Families

In a first, the top army commander in the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday met members of around 80 families whose children have joined various militant groups in Jammu and Kashmir and urged them to bring their wards back in whatever way possible.

World’s Highest Motorable Road Opens In Ladakh

World’s Highest Motorable Road Opens In Ladakh

A strategically important road, which connects Leh to the Pangong Lake, was inaugurated here on Tuesday by Ladakh MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, who said that the stretch passing through the Kela Pass at 18,600 feet will be world’s highest motorable way

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