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
The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Inc) led by the president Mushtaq Ahmad Wani held a meeting on Wednesday with the delegation headed by Yashwant Sinha, the former Finance and Foreign Minister of Government of India.
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.
Jammu and Kashmir has the highest life expectancy, except life expectancy at birth, surpassing Kerala, which topped the list till 2010, according to the data given by the Registrar General of India (RGI).
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.
Days before leaving for New Delhi, Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday reiterated Britain’s position that the Jammu and Kashmir issue was a matter for India and Pakistan, reported Hindustan Times on Wednesday.
Eight residential houses were damaged in separate fire incidents in the valley.Fire broke out in the shop of Mohammad Amin Bhat resident of Issu Achabal at Issu in the jurisdiction of Police Station Achabal.
One person died while six others were injured in different road accidents in Srinagar and Anantnag.In Srinagar, a Motorcycle bearing registration number DL13C-2757 driven by Ilyas Rehman resident of Rainawari
Legendary singer and melody queen Raj Begum breathed her last on Wednesday morning. She was unwell for a long time. Begum was born in 1927.She was honoured with Padma Shri in 2002 and Sangeet Natak Academy Award in 2013.
:Life remained affected in Kashmir Valley for the 110th consecutive day Wednesday due to the strike called by separatists, even as the Srinagar continued to witness movement of private transport in some parts.
While Kashmir is undergoing over three month long unrest, noted artists including painters, sculptures, musicians, story writers, poets today shared a platform to express their works, depicting the tragedy on the canvas.
Chairman Hurriyat (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Tuesday said that people of Kashmir have shown to the world that they have a deep thirst for freedom for which a Kashmiris are prepared to stake their lives, livelihood and education.