• Passport verification needs to be made simple, quick, transparent: SVC

    Apart from making passport verification simple, quick and transparent, installation of CCTVs will be completed soon in all jails. Similarly, bringing police stations and vital traffic checkpoints under CCTV cover
  • Dy British High Commissioner meets Chief Secretary, DGP

    Deputy British High Commissioner, Dr Alexander Evans Tuesday met Chief Secretary, B R Sharma here at the Civil Secretariat.Director General of Police, K Rajendra Kumar was also present in the meeting along with Regional Overseas Security Manage
  • Kashmir Fort Festival 2016:Srinagar heritage walk receives overwhelming response

    The Kashmir Fort Festival saw an overwhelming response today as the participants wearing traditional turbans walked through the interiors of the old city in Srinagar as part of its heritage walk program.
  • Handwara Killings:Er Rashid protests,stages walk out from DDP meet

    IP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed today walked out of District Development Board Meeting when government failed to clear its stand over certain sensitive issues.
  • JKLF chief Yasin Malik meets EJAC leaders

    Continuing with its efforts to build unity among Kashmiris against Indian conspiratorial agenda, JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik today met the head of Employees joint action committee (EJAC) Abdul Qayoom Wani
  • ‘Mercury is highly toxic to human health’

    While world has awakened to the harmful effects of mercury and many hospitals are now mercury free, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that J&K hospitals continue to use mercury-based medical products posing grave threat.
  • 500-600 Kashmiri Students Enroll for MBBS in Bangladesh: Official

    Minister (Press) in Bangladesh High Commission in India, Enamul Hoque Chowdhury, Tuesday called on the Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat at his official residence here and discussed several important issues.
  • Attune to Govt’s policy of compassion: CM to police

    Attune to Govt’s policy of compassion: CM to police

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Monday urged the J&K Police and other security forces operating in the State to calibrate with the policy of compassion adopted by Jammu and Kashmir government.
  • 'Not 1947 Tragedies, I talked about 47 Degree Temp'

    Minister for Forest, Environment and Ecology, Choudhary Lal Singh has strongly denied having made any acerbic comments while talking to a delegation of the members of Gujjar community, who had visited him at his residence in Jammu recently.
  • Bandipora Hospital Accuses Media of Bias

    Bandipora Hospital Accuses Media of Bias

    District hospital Bandipora has become a soft target for guileful people. While the hospital has come under heavy criticism for lacking basic facilities, the hospital staff believes that they are doing their best in view of the limited resources ava
  • Kakapora shuts against the detention of youth

    Kakapora town of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district Monday observed complete shutdown against the random arrest of youth in the area.All the shops, educational institutions and business establishments remained shut while transport remained off road.
  • SRO-43 cases: Prolonged delay irks affected families

    The family members of government employees who died in harness Monday appealed State Government to review all SRO-43 cases pending in various departments from last 8 years.
  • Naeem asks Sopore to lead way in becoming talent hub

    Minister for Education, Mr Naeem Akhtar today joined thousands of energized students at Government Degree College Sopore to witness the concluding day of highly successful Inter-College Tarana Festival 2016.
  • (From L-R)Nazir Ahmad Mir (HC), Mohammad Sidiq Sheikh, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat(ASI)

    3 cops shot dead in broad day light

    Srinagar: Three Kashmir policemen were killed by suspected Hizbul Mujahideen militants in two separate shoot-and-run attacks on Monday, tearing through a lull in Srinagar that last witnessed such a strike three years ago.
  • Why you killed my innocent father, asks son

    'Why you killed my innocent father'

    The family members of one of the three slain policemen killed in militant attacks in Srinagar Monday said that Head Constable Nazir Ahmed Mir was innocent who never participated in any anti-militancy operation.