• 65 to 70% of students in Kashmir experimenting with drugs

    Of 70,000 drug addicts in Kashmir, over 22,000 are females

    Drug abuse, a phenomenon widespread among the boys of Kashmir, is now showing a trend whereby teenage girls and women are increasingly turning into substance users and addicts.
  • Mirwaiz meets Basit, says satisfied with Pak’s Kashmir Policy

    Mirwaiz meets Basit, says satisfied with Pak’s Kashmir Policy

    In an hour long meeting with the Pakistan High Commissioner in India, Mirwaiz termed the efforts of the government of Pakistan for a just and permanent solution of Kashmir issue encouraging, the spokesman of the amalgam in a statement issued to GNS s
  • Ganai reviews functioning of Agriculture, Horticulture sectors

    Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ganai today directed the officers to expedite implementation of key schemes in agriculture and horticulture sectors to ensure that the benefits reach the stakeholders in time. He said this will also help in increasing pr
  • Geelani pays tributes to Pulwama’s slain militant

    In a statement to KNS from New Delhi, Syed Ali Geelani paid glowing tributes to all the martyred mujahideens who got martyred every now and then and said that the Kashmiris are not the War Mongers and nor did they have any enmity with the people of I
  • Div Com reviews status of BRO, Railway, NH projects in Kashmir

    Calling for strong synergy between military and civil administration, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon on Monday said all the developmental projects should be completed on priority.
  • 1st meeting of Inter Departmental Working Group on PMSKY held

    The 1st meeting of Inter Departmental Working Group on Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY) was held here under the chairmanship of Commissioner Secretary, Agriculture Production, M A Bukhari.
  • Rajendra reviews law & order scenario of Valley, visits Baramulla

    The meeting deliberated on various issues relating to law and order situation in the Valley. Officers representing different agencies briefed the meeting about the measures put in place for maintaining peace and order and ensuring security of the peo
  • Cattle theft incidents on rise in Kulgam

    Following growing incidents of cattle theft in different hamlets of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district, hundreds of villagers Monday staged a massive protest outside Mini Secretariat Kulgam alleging ‘inability’ of Police to trace cattle smugglers have
  • 3 drug pedlars arrested

    Police on Monday said it have arrested three alleged drug pedlars and recovered Spasmoproxyvon tablets and bangpatri from their possession in central Kashmir’s Safapora area of Ganderbal district.
  • Return me my father’s belongings: Hanged Guru’s son tell GOI

    Garu's son to GOI :Return my father’s belongings

    On the third death anniversary of Muhammad Afzal Guroo, his family has appealed separatist organizations, legal experts and civil society members of Kashmir Valley to impress upon Government of India to return the belongings of Guroo.
  • BJP warms up to Mehbooba: ‘willing’ to hear her misgivings

    BJP warming up to Mehbooba: ‘willing’ to hear her misgivings

    This comes three days after the PDP chief hardened her stance and indicated that she will not form a coalition government with the BJP unless the Centre creates a "conducive atmosphere" by committing confidence building measures (CBMs) for the state.
  • Headley wanted to fight against Indian Army in Kashmir

    Headley wanted to fight against Indian Army in Kashmir

    Pakistani-American LeT operative David Headley wanted to fight actively in Kashmir against the Indian Army but LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi stopped him, saying something more "adventurous" was in store for him.
  • Who is David Headley?

    Headly was born Daood Gilani. His parents — the Philadelphia socialite Serill Headley and Pakistani poet and diplomat Syed Salim Gilani — divorced soon after they moved to Islamabad in 1960. Mrs. Headley returned to Philadelphia.
  • NFSA to be implemented from 15 Jan, informs Dewan

    The Jammu and Kashmir government is implementing National Food Security Act in the state with consumers being allotted ration under the new food act by 15th of this month, Governor NN Vohra’s advisor Parvez Dewan saidon Monday.
  • Mafia busy in disfiguring world famous Wullar Lake

    Land Mafia,Corruption eating into The vitals of Wullar Lake

    Belying claims of authorities of launching an ambitious project to salvage the world famous water body Wular Lake, fishermen from North Kashmir’s Bandipora district who staged a protest here against the Fisheries Department