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First of its kind,JKEDI sponsored ‘Chew N Brew’ food truck inaugurated in Srinagar

Pampore, May 5 : Fast food got a new moving address in Srinagar city with the opening of ‘Chew N Brew’, a mobile food van on Thursday. The outlet was inaugurated on Jhelum banks today amid a gathering of more than 200 people. The innovative fast food outlet is sponsored by Jammu and Kashmiri Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) under its ... Read More »

J&K RTI Movement launches anti-AFSPA campaign

Srinagar, May 05 : J&K RTIM’, ‘TEHREEK-E-JAWABDIHI’ and ‘Wake-up Call’ have taken an initiative to expose the truth about draconian laws, like “Armed Forces Special Power Act” (AFSPA),Public Safety Act (PSA) and Disturbed Area Act (DAA) in place. The message will be taken to masses by creating awareness about the reality of AFSPA and all draconian laws. Zareef Ahmed Zareef, ... Read More »

CM flags off 2 trains in Anantnag on Kashmir railtrack

Srinagar, May 04 : Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Thursday flagged off two more passenger trains at Anantnag railway station. With the addition of these two trains, the train services will now reach to 26 in a day, and these two trains will have limited stops between Baramulla and Banihal. After inaugurating the two trains at 3.30 pm, Mehbooba undertook train ... Read More »

NEET will be detrimental to interests of our students: Farooq Abdullah

Srinagar | May 5 : National Conference President Farooq Abdullah on Thursday said the extension of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) to J&K would be detrimental to the interests of the students from the State and would put their future in peril. Appealing to the Supreme Court to protect the interests and safeguard the future of the students from ... Read More »

AIP to start district level protest marches from May 10

Srinagar | May 5 : AIP has announced to hold peaceful state wide protest marches at district head quarters against the anti-people and anti-Kashmiri policies of PDP-BJP govt. and the campaign will start from Baramulla on 10th May 201. Followed by 12th May in Kulgam and will then follow in other districts. This was decided in the party general council ... Read More »

In 10 days JKFSA destroys 17000 litres of substandard milk

Srinagar | May 05 : The 10-day long state-wide special drive to check supply  of sub-standard milk and milk products  launched by  Jammu and Kashmir Food Safety Authorities (JKFSA) concluded today.  During the drive, the authorities lifted 400 numbers of samples of milk and milk products from different parts of the State and destroyed about 16834 litres of substandard milk. ... Read More »

Officially banned, Polythene available everywhere

Srinagar | May 05 : Even though the use of polythene is officially banned, but its use is seen everywhere especially in the srinagar; courtesy the miserable failure of Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) to control this menace. However, the SMC way back in 2009 had launched a massive anti-polythene drive but that didn’t sustain for long. Now with every other ... Read More »

Pak PM writes letter to Yasin Malik, Says media misinterprets Gilgit-Baltistan issue

Pakistan fully aware of sensitivities of Gilgit-Baltistan vis-à-vis J&K dispute: Nawaz Sharief Srinagar | May 4 (PTK): Deputy ambassador of Pakistan in Delhi Syed Hyder Shah along with first secretary met ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik at Delhi Fortis hospital, where the latter is undergoing treatment from last three days. The Deputy high commissioner enquired about the health of ... Read More »

Efforts afoot to make Chrar-e-Sharief a model Constituency: Hanjura

Efforts afoot to make Chrar-e-Sharief a model Constituency: Hanjura Srinagar | May 04 : Minister for Agriculture Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura today visited various areas of Chrar-e-Sharief Constituency including Branpathri, Bonyar and Brenwar villages and got first hand appraisal of public issues besides developmental needs. He also inspected Government Primary Health Centre, Surasyar and took stock of the functioning of ... Read More »

V K Singh’s statement ridicules: Hurriyat (G)

‘India is issuing these types of statements since last 69 years’ Srinagar, May 03 (KNS): While terming the statement of Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Mr. V K Singh that “Hurriyat leaders are free to meet the representatives of Pakistan or the Pakistan High Commission officials” as ridicules, Hurriyat (G) said that the pro-freedom leaders had not asked ... Read More »