No Flood Threat In Kashmir: Officials

As rainfall subsides across Kashmir, officials said there was no flood threat in Kashmir and that they are closely monitoring water levels across key areas with water level in the river Jhelum near Ram Munshi Bagh steadily rising.

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No Flood Threat In Kashmir: Officials

As rainfall subsides across Kashmir, officials said there was no flood threat in Kashmir and that they are closely monitoring water levels across key areas with water level in the river Jhelum near Ram Munshi Bagh steadily rising.

Heavy Rains Lash Kashmir, Disrupt Life

The winter chill has once again returned to Kashmir as the fresh and moderate rainfall across the Valley brought the mercury down on Monday while the weatherman has predicted light rains at isolated places for the next two days.

Kashmir Grapples With A Surge In Leopard Attacks

Kashmir is witnessing a troubling trend of increased sightings of wild animals, particularly leopards, venturing into human settlements. This has resulted in several tragic encounters, with two minor girls losing their lives to leopard attacks in the last month.

Azad Hits Back, Calls Omar A ‘Tourist’

Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) president Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday alleged that former chief minister Omar Abdullah comes to the valley only as a "tourist," while he spends summers in London and winters in warmer climates abroad.

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