Jammu and Kashmir Government has reconstituted the State Horticulture Development Board.As per a notification issued by the Government, Chief Minister will be the chairperson of the Board while Minister for Finance,
A traders’ body in Kashmir on Saturday said it was ready to bear business losses “to any extent to take the ongoing movement to its logical conclusion”. In a statement, Kashmir Valley Fruit Growers cum Dealers (KVFG) Association said
Cross-border trade between India and Pakistan will resume on Monday (August 08) after week-long unrest over alleged election rigging in Pakistan-administered-Kashmir, traders’ body said on Friday (August 05).
For those who see Kashmir as a land of Shikaras bobbing on the serene waters of the Dal Lake, the reality is a bit different this summer.The clichéd reports about how Shikarawalas wanted an end to the protests
Marking an end to the long and tumultuous debate on GST, the Rajya Sabha today approved the crucial 122nd Constitutional amendment to turn the bill into law. The Lok Sabha had already passed the key bill.
The Cross border trade on the Line of Control (LoC) between the two divided parts of Kashmir was suspended on Wednesday for the week.A senior official of the district administration in Poonch said the trade taking place through the Chakan Da Bagh
To promote professional corporate governance in Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) of Jammu and Kashmir, Minister for Finance, Dr Haseeb A Drabu, on Saturday asked them to move away from the government as much as possible.
The Houseboat Owners Association Monday strongly refuted the news that the body had met the Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, terming it totally ‘baseless’.“None from our executive body met with the Home Minister
Sheikh Imran, Director, Kehwa Express told Kashmir Observer that he was being victimized as he has been highlighting the “prevailing crises in Kashmir and would continue to do so even if it means to sacrifice his life for the cause of humanity.”
Expressing satisfaction over sufficient stock of foodgrains available in the state, Minister for Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali has issued instructions for 100 percent distribution of foodgrains
In the wake of "acute food shortage" in violence-hit Jammu and Kashmir, the Union Food Ministry on Friday assured the state authorities that it will provide advance three-month rations for public distribution in the valley.