The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Saturday ordered the restoration of the prepaid mobile service in the Valley after over five months of suspension besides the 2G mobile data service on postpaid connections for accessing “whitelisted” sites across the Jammu division, an official spokesperson said
After three days of continuous snowfall, cold wave conditions have returned to Kashmir Valley, where world famous ski resort of Gulmarg freezes at minus 11 degree.
The Srinagar admin Thursday released Rs 4 crore to the PDD for strengthening power distribution network in various areas of the district
Pakistan again tried and failed in an attempt to raise the Kashmir issue in the UNSC. Beijing stood alone in the Pakistani corner
Heavy snowfall continued for the third straight day across Kashmir throwing normal life out of gear, even as the weather department on Wednesday predicted more snow and rain in the Valley till Friday
Emotional scenes were witnessed at the government-run media centre in the city on Wednesday as a group of Malaysian tourists accessed the internet for the first time since reaching here.
Tuesday’s order directed the ISPs in the Kashmir Valley to provide limited broadband facility to hospitals, banks and government offices, and hotels and tour and travel establishments. There is no mention of the services being restored to media organisations or to the general public in the Valley.
The UNSC will hold a meeting on the situation in Kashmir later on Wednesday on the call of China. This is the second such attempt over the last six months
These institutions will have to appoint nodal officers, keep a record of persons using internet, manage and monitor daily usage, and ensure that only authorised persons can access it, the order signed by Principal Secretary said.
More than 38 hours of heavy snowfall and incessant rains wreaked havoc in many parts of Kashmir Valley with North Kashmir bearing the maximum brunt. Here two back to back avalanches left at least twelve people dead and caused extensive damage