Burglars looted a newly-inaugurated branch of Jammu and Kashmir Bank in Mirgund area, hardly two kilometers away from DC office Budgam. "Some unidentified robbers barged into the Bank and looted an amount of Rs 2 lakh
The European Union on Monday pressed India to extend by six months its bilateral investment pacts with several EU-member countries which are expiring soon, saying absence of the treaties could adversely impact trade ties and FTA talks.
Now onwards, people of Bangladesh will have a ‘holistic view’ of Kashmir, claims Journalist and researcher, Zakaria Polash.Polash has written a 204-page book on Kashmir conflict during his two year stay in Valley.
The aggrieved former revenue Minister, Syed Basharat Bukhari who had tendered his resignation from the cabinet on Monday resumed the office and said that hope all the issues mentioned in the resignation letter has hopefully been resolved.
An Assistant Sub Inspector of Border Security Force Monday died of burn injuries while undergoing a treatment in a government hospital here."ASI Siraj Shaikh, 51, resident of Bengal, who was posted at Sherpost Khenater Nalla, Poonch.
Srinagar: The Joint Resistance Leadership has called off the strike on Friday ( Feb 24) in view of the Shivratri festival.. Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar said that the strike has been called off and there would be no shutdown on Friday.
Medical Council of India (MCI) has refused to recognise the MBBS degrees of Kashmiri students acquired from medical colleges located in Pakistan controlled Kashmir (Pc.Over 30 students from Jammu & Kashmir have been left at a crossroads.
AirAsia became the first foreign airline ever on Sunday to start its operations from Srinagar international airport in Jammu and Kashmir. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti waved the flag to clear the landing for the AirAsia flight at Srinagar airport
The aggrieved former revenue minister Syed Basharat Bukhari on early Sunday morning reached Chief Minister’s Srinagar residence and held two hour long meeting with her in the backdrop of his resignation that he submitted after the cabinet revamp
After wearing a gloomy, deserted look for more than a decade, Mohammad Hussain Fazili’s modest house in Srinagar’s Buchpora outskirts is abuzz with celebrations. He has come home after spending 12 years in Delhi’s Tihar Jail.