Terming 27th October as the ‘blackest day’ of Jammu Kashmir history, Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik on Wednesday said that Indian army occupied Jammu Kashmir
Awami Ittihaad Party (AIP) chief and MLA Langate Er Rashid Wednesday asked Indian army and rulers to introspect why has army as an institution “failed” to gain the same respect in the hearts of Kashmiris as it has been enjoying elsewhere in India.
The local populace in and around Nallah Sindh in various villages of Ganderbal have resorted to another technique of catching fishes, that has in turn drastically affected the fish production in the river.
A meeting of Environment Committee of Legislative Assembly was held here today under the chairmanship of MLA, Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen.Mtr. Shamim Firdous, Usman Abdul Majid, Abdul Majid Larmi, Altaf Ahmed Wani, Noor Mohammad Sheikh,
Opposition National Conference leaders and activists Wednesday staged an anti-Government protest demanding immediate ban on the use of pellets and release of arrested youth under draconian Public Safety Act.
Board of School Education Wednesday said that the blueprint of relaxation in syllabus for class 10 and 12 students will be made public in two days.“Experts are working on it and the pattern of relaxation in syllabus will be made available to stud
Life remained affected in Kashmir Valley for the 110th consecutive day today due to the strike called by separatists, even as the summer capital continued to witness movement of private transport in some parts.
Raj Begum, whose captivating voice earned her the title of 'Nightingale of Kashmir', passed away here this morning. Begum, 89, breathed her last at her daughter's residence in Chanapora locality. Besides her daughter, two sons survive her.
Terming the initiative a step in the ‘right direction’, mainstream politicians from Jammu and Kashmir Wednesday welcomed the visit of Yashwant Sinha led delegation in Valley. The leaders are optimistic New Delhi would take measure in addressing the l
After Jammu and Kashmir government terminated 12 employees, authorities are now conducting the verification of daily wagers and contractuals to check whether they had participated in the ongoing uprising in Kashmir who may be shown the door.
Amid continued unrest of over 100 days in Kashmir, when 10,000 odd youth, mainly students have been arrested, the state government has asked for personal details including bank account and Aadhar Card numbers of all school children.