• The award winners pose for a group photo at the end of the ceremony.

    Glitzy Vivinta Annual Award Ceremony Felicitates Top Travel Agents

    Leading travel agents from Kashmir and many other organizations including police and media were honoured at a prestigious awards ceremony organised by Vivinta here on Saturday.
  •  Legislative Assembly takes up discussion on Budget

    Legislative Assembly takes up discussion on Budget

    The House today took up General discussion on Budget 2016-17.Initiating the discussion, Mr. Mohammad Shafi Uri appreciated the government’s move of rationalization in State’s Annual Budget,
  • Budget lacks imagination and empathy: NC

    National Conference on Tuesday termed the 2016 State Budget presented by Finance Minister Dr. Haseeb Drabu as mediocre and disappointing and said it lacked imagination and empathy.
  • Budget is an insult to Mufti Sayeed’s memory: Jora

    This budget, as pointed out by the Finance Minister, is a tribute to the Jenab Mufti Sayeed. To quote the Finance Minister ' this budget puts into a framework "the Mufti Model of Governance,"
  • Locals to get jobs in vital projects in JK: Veeri

    Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Public Works, Mr Abdul Rehman Veeri today said that government would ensure that local youth would get jobs on preferential terms in all vital projects being executed in the State.
  • PDP terms state Budget as realistic with rational distribution

    Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has hailed the State Budget 2016 as realistic with rational resource distribution. Nizamudin Bhat party General Secretary said that the budget also reflects governments desire
  • Awareness among farmers necessary for better farming: Farooq Andrabi

    Krishi Vigyan Kendra (SKUAST) organized a one-day fair cum awareness camp on Pradahan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana at Kreeri Shahabad Dooru in Anantnag today.
  •  Revival of Srinagar’s central market on anvil: Asiea Naqas

    Revival of Srinagar’s central market on anvil: Asiea Naqash

    Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development Department, Health and Medical Education, Social Welfare, Ms. Asiea Naqash on Monday said that the revival of Srinagar’s central market was under consideration of the government.
  • Budget a mere figure work: Tarigami

    Senior CPI (M) leader and MLA Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami has said the budget presented by the Finance Minister is a refelection of mere figures being devoid of any substantive relief for the common man.
  • Govt for strict adherence of Agricultural land conversion Act: Abdul Haq

    Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Abdul Haq today informed in the Legislative Council that the government is taking measures to keep a check on conversion of agriculture land for construction and other non-agricultural purposes.
  • Govt to rejuvenate orchards in phased manner: Veeri

    Minister for Public Works and Parliamentary Affair Abdul Rehman Veeri replying to a question of Yasir Reshi in the Legislative Council informed that the rehabilitation by way of rejuvenation of damaged orchards
  • Dir CAPD Kashmir inspects ration depots in Sgr city

    Director CAPD Kashmir, Peerzada Mushtaq Ahmad Shah today along with a team of officers and officials inspected a number of ration depots in Srinagar city. During the inspection ration depots at Khanyar, Naidkadal, Saidwari,
  • 4000 Cr projected for 2 AIIMS: Bali Bhagat

    The Government has projected an amount of Rs 4000 crore under PM’s package programme for setting up of two AIIMS, one each in Kashmir and Jammu divisions.
  • India Inc shows growth spreading by end of Modi’s second year

    India Inc shows growth spreading by end of Modi’s second year

    Indian companies are posting their best earnings results since Prime Minister Narendra Modi swept to power two years ago, giving the clearest sign yet that India’s fast, but patchy, economic growth is becoming more broad-based.
  • ‘Rs 3383 Cr collected from NHPC’

    Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control Sham Lal Choudhary said that an amount of Rs. 3383.014 crore has been collected from the National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) on account of water usage charges till date.