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Lal Singh inaugurates Children’s Park, Snake Chamber, Turtle Pond at Manda Zoo

JAMMU, APRIL 01: Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment Choudhary, Lal Singh, today inaugurated a Children’s Park, Snake Chamber and a Turtle Pond at Manda Zoo here. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said it will further add to recreational value of the Zoo for the children. “Manda is a perfect place to visit on holidays and weekends as it ... Read More »

JK producing international level sportspersons: Zulfkar

Honors medal winners in National Power-Lifting Championship JAMMU, APRIL 01-Minister for Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali has said that sports play an important role in building healthy nation. While interacting with J&K based National Powerlifting Championship Medal winners, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali said that sports keep body and mind fit to do productive works. He said that sports ... Read More »

Governor administers oath to Justice Ahmed as Chief Justice of J&K High Court

JAMMU, APRIL 01: Governor N.N. Vohra administered Oath of Office to Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed as Chief Justice of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court at an impressive Oath Ceremony held at the Raj Bhavan here today. The Warrant of Appointment of Justice Ahmed as Chief Justice of the J&K High Court was read out by the Registrar Vigilance of ... Read More »

By-Election Results will disappoint PDP

Ruling Dispensation disastrous for State: G.A. Mir SRINAGAR | MAR 31 (PTK): Stating that the results of upcoming Lok Sabha by elections will be disappointing for PDP, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President and INC NC Candidate G.A. Mir has said that PDP is losing both the seats, as the people of both South Kashmir and Central Kashmir have made ... Read More »

Aga Hasan condemns arrest spree

Budgam, March 31 CNS: Anjuman Shari Shain president and senior separatist leader Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi Friday condemned the arrest spree at and warned that it could have far reaching consequences.    Addressing Friday congregational prayers at Imam Bara Budgam, Aga Hasan said that crackdown against the youth is a dangerous move and it can further disturb the situation ... Read More »

Tulip Garden opens for public today

Srinagar, March 31, CNS: One of the major tourist attractions of Kashmir Valley and Asia’s largest Tulip Gardent will be thrown open for public on Saturday (April 1st). Spread over 600 Kanals (38 acres) of land, as many as 5 lakh tulips are in full bloom in the Tulip garden,” Director Floriculture Muhammad Hussain Mir told CNS adding that season ... Read More »

Kashmir a ‘spark’ neglected by New Delhi, Says Tarigami

Srinagar, March 31, CNS: Stating that pellets and bullets are not going to restore peace in Valley, senior CPI(M) leader Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami Friday said that Government of India has been neglecting the ‘spark’ that has potential to burn everything. He alleged that Government of India has put Kashmir issue on backburner and so far has not come up with ... Read More »

Official Apathy: Natipora-Nowgam road in shambles

  Srinagar, March 31, CNS: Dotted with potholes and uneven surface, the road from Natipora to Nowgam Bypass is taking a heavy toll on the commuters. The ugly condition of the road sparked protest on Friday, while people alleged that Roads and Buildings department has been acting as mute spectator though the officials are being apprised about the pathetic condition ... Read More »

Students protest after Kashmiri female student ‘assaulted’ in Samba College

 ‘Will register case against suspects: Director Samba, March 31, CNS: Kashmiri students studying at Bhargava College of Engineering and Technology Supwal Samba district of Jammu region Friday staged a protest after a South Kashmir female student was allegedly assaulted by an outsider in the college hostel.      Kashmiri students studying the college told news agency CNS over phone that a ... Read More »

Hailstorm wreak havoc in Bandipora, Gurez

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora, 31 March:- Heavy hailstorm wreaked havoc in many villages in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district causing extensive damage to apple orchards on Friday Evening. Hail storm started at 6 PM and lasted for about twenty minutes and then started again at 6:30 and lasted about 10 minutes. A local Wali Mohammad Dar of Gamroo village told  that strong hailstorm ... Read More »