• Time for Mehbooba to become CM has come

    Time for Mehbooba to become CM has come

    Former RAW cheif A.S Dulat who has served as Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s advisor on Kashmir affairs says it is Mehbooba’s time and ‘legitimately, it is her turn to become the chief minister of the state.
  • What happened before Governor's Rule was imposed in Jammu Kashmir?

    What happened before Governor's Rule was imposed in Jammu Kashmir?

    After the death of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, the then CM of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), there has been no progress in the formation of the new Government. In the meanwhile, Governor’s Rule has been imposed in J&K.
  • Geelani condemns arrest of JNU students

    While strongly condemning the arrest of JNU students union president Kanihiya Kumar, registration of sedition charges against the Sayed Abdul Rehman Gealani and some other students, Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani said that the government.
  • Bank cheque books for payments, a thing of past now

    The state government on Friday barred Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) to use Bank Cheque Books with effect from April 1.The delays caused at times compromises transparency and integrity of the Payment System and severe inconvenience.
  • Cold tightens its grip over Kashmir Valley

    Intermittent snowfall continued in the upper reaches of the Kashmir Valley even as the mercury across the region plummeted by several degrees, intensifying the cold wave today.
  • 300 officials await posting, AG resigns

    A day after Governor NN Vohra directed political appointees to quit their posts, Advocate General, Jahangir Iqbal Ganai Friday afternoon resigned from his office in Jammu.
  • Mufti’s Chelum on Feb 15

    Asserting to fulfil dreams of former Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Friday decided to organise a simple function at Jammu to observe 40th day of the death of party patron.
  • JNUSU President sent to 3-day police custody

    JNU students' union president Kanhaiya Kumar, arrested in a case of sedition and criminal conspiracy for holding an anti-national event inside the university premises, was today remanded to three-day police custody by a Delhi court.
  • Chief Secretary reviews implementation of SSA, Mid Day Meal Scheme

    Chief Secretary reviews implementation of SSA, Mid Day Meal Scheme

    The Executive Committee Ujala Society- Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA), headed by Chief Secretary, B R Sharma Thursday approved the proposed outlay of Rs 2967 crore for the year 2016-17 for implementation of flagship scheme in the State.
  • Girls attempts suicide in Bla

    An 18 years old girl (name withheld) a resident of Shalkote Panzulla consumed some poisonous substance at her home. She was shifted to District Hospital Baramulla for treatment. Baramulla Police has registered a case in this regard.
  • 2 injured in road mishaps

    An I-10 vehicle bearing registration number JK09A-2552 collided with Figo car bearing registration number JK01P-3499 on National Highway near Bumhama, Kupwara, resulting in injuries to a lady identified as Syeda Begum a resident of Dar Mohalla Kupwar
  • 4 thieves held in Bandipora

    Bandipora Police following a tip off intercepted a mini truck at main market Bandipora and on its checking recovered six stolen cows. Four people who were transporting these cows from Shopian to Bandipora have been arrested and further investigation
  • CAPD asks ‘corrupt’TSO to show cause why he not be declared deadwood

    Assistant Director Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD) department on Thursday issued a ‘show cause’ notice to a Tehsil Supply Officer (TSO) in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district over corruption charges.
  • Geelani’s letter to Nawaz against annexing GB

    Geelani lashes out at Indian Media

    “They have just raised slogans against the secret hanging of Mohammad Afzal Guru and in favour of the freedom for Kashmir during the peaceful protest demonstration and it hadn’t harmed anybody,” said Akbar.
  • Police slaps PSA on drug peddler in Kashmir

    SSP Baramulla said that PSA has also been slapped against him. “More than one dozen drug peddlers have been booked under PSA so far and are languishing in different jails of Jammu and Kashmir,” he told KNS.