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5 Historians on July 13, 1931: ‘The Uprising Which Shook the State’

5 Historians on July 13, 1931: ‘The Uprising Which Shook the State’

As a day of remembrance, Kashmir’s Martyrs Day this year paints a different picture due to altered equations in the valley post abrogation of Article 370, removal of 13 July from the list of state holidays and obviously the ‘invisible enemy’ looming large in Kashmir

Strict Implementation Of Lockdown In Kashmir As Covid-19 Cases Surge

Strict Implementation Of Lockdown In Kashmir As Covid-19 Cases Surge

Authorities in Kashmir began strict implementation of another phase of the lockdown on Sunday, sealing off historic Lal Chowk and 67 other areas in Srinagar which have been declared containment zones after a sudden surge in COVID-19 positive cases over the past one week

Tourism In J&K To Begin From Tuesday

Tourism In J&K To Begin From Tuesday

Days after opening parks and gardens to the public, the Jammu and Kashmir administration on Sunday decided to open the tourism sector in a phased manner with effect from Tuesday but limiting it to tourists arriving by air only

357 New Covid-19 Cases In J&K, 10 Deaths

357 New Covid-19 Cases In J&K, 10 Deaths

Jammu and Kashmir registered 357 more novel coronavirus cases on Sunday, taking the tally to 10,513, while the toll rose to 179 with 10 more deaths, officials said

Shadi Lal Kaul: The Veteran Actor Who Brought Smiles to Gloomy Kashmir

Shadi Lal Kaul: The Veteran Actor Who Brought Smiles to Gloomy Kashmir

After rumours, came reports of the demise of the legendary Kashmiri theatre artist and TV actor—whose comic roles cheered the cheerless valley during its distressing years. In Shadi Lal Kaul, Kashmir not only lost its beloved Shamasudin, but also the adored actor.

3 Militants Killed In Sopore Encounter

3 Militants Killed In Sopore Encounter

Three Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militans were killed in an encounter in Rebban area of north Kashmir’s Sopore on Sunday, police said

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