Putting all speculations to rest, the Jammu and Kashmir administration on Saturday said that the “Har Ghar Tiranga” is totally a voluntary initiative and there was no compulsion and insistence to hoist tricolor atop residential houses or commercial establishment.
A local court here on Saturday dismissed a revision petition filed by the police a court order that directed the Crime branch, Srinagar to file an First Information Report (FIR) against the police officials over alleged custodial killing of a youth.
Over 500 families from Central Kashmir’s Budgam district await compensation for the land acquired by the government recently for the construction of the ambitious Semi Ring Road project.
The High Court of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh on Friday disposed of a writ petition filed by Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS) seeking directions to the Union Territory administration to protect lives of the religious minorities, following a series of targeted attacks.
As the daily Coronavirus cases continue to spike in the Union Territory after a five month decline, the Jammu and Kashmir administration is gearing up to tackle the possible fourth wave of Covid-19, with three districts in the Valley making face masks mandatory at public places.
This year, the human-induced climate change resulted in a quick switch from winter to summer and forced snakes come out early to escalate the human-reptile conflict.
“In all ten districts, 67,468 individuals were having dependence patterns on psychoactive substances and among them 52,404 individuals were opioid dependent and heroin was the predominant illicit drug that was being used among the opioid users,”
A local court on Friday directed the Crime branch to file an First Information Report (FIR) against police in connection with the alleged “custodial killing” of a youth in Natipora area of the city last week.
Six days after a youth died under mysterious circumstances in Natipora area of the city, the mother of the deceased on Thursday filed a petition before a local court here seeking a probe into the alleged custodial killing of her son by police.
A resident of a village in central Kashmir, who went to Saudi Arabia to earn livelihood, is languishing in a jail in Saudi Arabia for the last two years without trial. His only crime- sharing his mobile number with a Kashmiri facebook friend based in Iran.