Revealing a shocking spike in the unemployment rate in Jammu & Kashmir, the newly unveiled survey by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) has noted that J&K has the highest unemployment figure in the country with a grueling rate of 21.6 percent.
Barely two days after three civilians were shot dead in Srinagar and Bandipora, unidentified militants killed the principal Supinder Kour and teacher Deepak Chand at a school in Downtown Srinagar Thursday morning.
“He was loved by all for his humility and humanity. It was because of his kind and compassionate character that he became one of the most loved chemists in Kashmir.”
A prominent Kashmiri Pandit pharmacist, a street vendor from Bihar and Hajin taxi union head were shot dead in three back to back attacks within an hour in this capital city and north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, setting alarm bells ringing in the security establishment.
Coming down heavily on the Government Dental College, Srinagar over gross deficiency of clinical material and infrastructure, the Dental Council of India on Friday sought a compliance report from the authorities by Tuesday failing which the council will send “appropriate recommendations” to “the Government of India for further action
The newly unveiled annual survey by the National Statistical Office (NSO) has revealed that the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir ranks fifth nationwide in having the lowest number of females employed as legislators, senior officials and managers.
In Baghwanpora, three local businessmen are involved in construction of an illegal structure near the banks of Nigeen lake.
Unidentified gunmen on Saturday shot dead two people in a span of over two hours in Karan Nagar and Batamaloo areas of this capital city.
A noted medic’s recent revelation on the alarming rate of infertility cases in Kashmir has created fresh concerns with patients and doctors painting the dismal picture of the critical health situation.
The National Statistical Survey (NSS), in its latest report, has revealed that almost 32 percent of the rural agricultural households in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) have borrowed loans from commercial and rural regional banks with an average outstanding demand of Rs 30,435.