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Authorities set to celebrate 26 Jan functions amid tight security vigil

Srinagar, Jan 25, CNS: Amid tight security vigil, Indian Republic Day functions will be organized all across Jammu and Kashmir on 26 January on Thursday.    A police official told CNS that all arrangements have been made to celebrate Republic Day functions all across Kashmir and to conduct these functions smoothly and peacefully; police and security personnel have been put ... Read More »

More snow, avalanches expected in next 24 hours: Sonam Lotus

Says people from higher reaches need to be vigilant Srinagar, Jan 25 (KNS): The Meteorological department Kashmir has warned that vulnerability of avalanches at higher reaches will increase; as more snowfall in next 24 hours is expected. Director MeT, Sonam Lotus while talking with KNS said that next 24 hour will be crucial as more snowfall is expected; particularly at ... Read More »

Following ”confrontationist approach” to resolve problems dangerous: Governor

Governor greets people on Republic Day JAMMU, JANUARY 25: In his Republic Day Message Governor N. N. Vohra has extended greetings and good wishes to the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Following is the full text of the Governor’s Republic Day address: On this auspicious day, we remember and pay tribute to our great leaders who carried out a long struggle ... Read More »

Din of democracy, cultural diversity soul of our constitution: Mehbooba

Says youth hold special promise; ‘Peace imperative for dialogue, development’ JAMMU, JANUARY 25: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the divergence of opinion in democracy and diversity of cultures is the soul of the constitution and the symbol of greatness of our country. She said lack of democracy is the common factor in all the countries around the world which ... Read More »

#SnowStorm: Army men killed in Sonamarg, 7 rescued

Jammu,  January 25: A soldiers have reportedly been killed while 7 more are missing after an avalanche hit army camp in Sonamarg area of Ganderbal district. Reports say that one  body  have been recovered so far while seven soldiers have been rescued . Officials  said that rescue operation is on to look for missing soldiers. Earlier four persons of a ... Read More »

Former J&K Prime Minister’s wife passed away 

Jammu,  January 25: Begum Khursheed Bakhshi, wife of former Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Bakhshi Ghulam Muhammad passed away last night at her Shivpora residence. She was 86. Family told hat she was not well for past some time. “She will be laid to rest at 10 AM today in the ancestral grave yard near Khawja Sahab Malteng” they ... Read More »

70 Years after “freedom from Dogra rule”  LC passed resolution over holiday on Maharaja’s birthday 

Jammu, Jan 24 (KNS): As the upper house on Tuesday passed a resolution asking government to declare state holiday on birth day of Maharaja Hari Singh- a former ruler of the Jammu and Kashmir state, political parties across are divided in their respective stands vis-a-vis the issue. The state Congress has questioned the present regime over tabling such a resolution ... Read More »

Fresh snowfall immobilize life across Kashmir

Sgr-Jmu, Highway closed, Air-traffic suspended, KU examinations postponed Srinagar, Jan 17 (KNS): This time weatherman predicted precisely; Fresh snowfall has crippled normal life across the Valley. The Srinagar-Jammu road has been closed, Air-traffic remained suspended. Kashmir University has postponed all the examinations scheduled upto Jan26. The 300 km, Srinagar-Jammu national highway was closed on Tuesday due to heavy snowfall at ... Read More »

Many injured as vehicle falls into canal in Bandipora

Waheed Bhat Bandipora:-A Tata sumo fell into canal in Kehnusa area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Witnesses said,tata sumo was on its way to sopore from Bandipora, on reaching kehnusa, lost its way and fell into canal. All the passengers recieved minor injuries and were shifted to nearby health centre for treatment, they said. DO Aloosa,Shahnawaz Ahmad, confirmed the accident ... Read More »

DIPR to frame new Media Accreditation Policy: Seeks suggestions from stakeholders

  JAMMU, JANUARY 23: In view of the fast-changing media scenario in the State, the Department of Information and Public Relations is in the process of formulating a new Media Accreditation Policy to replace the existing Press Accreditation Rules of 1997 which have become redundant due to vast expansion of media in Jammu and Kashmir over a period of time. ... Read More »